Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 31, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03234
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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ASSISTANCE FROM ENGLAND A VIM TOiUn gil '
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S.Have Been S"hewi"g Up Belgianm Ue.
b" Fbt n=111111 1t04 st the fe"a-il-in the C n duly a.-. Ra.m:

S:-Mes a e mo to -sucor the Jplalsh Washington, July 9.--the depart- Wa*n to yesterday.
S; n. .Mrih, r Ur t 13t Mowoco. Klux Ddward de- meant of state has take steps rya e d a t tt e '* fril e iD
""iW lasid i l lires to protect his lece. Queen Vic- itself closely Informed In regard to the be a candidate fer propide a on the
alli v ,gSS. ry. tt eaNm S ,pal. Borne such arrange- proceedings in the trial of the two pro"iltios ttblst. He bld i he wed
t 1s as v- l H -t tea M t is probable. American mIssionaries. Rev. W. H. aot be a candidate ftor sisator.tvm
SAAA r -at 1 w toes- u O-Sheppard and Rev. William.s Morrison. Nebraska a would mnot ga~ej Teo-
ie ll WHEN YOUR JOINTS.ARE STIFF which is scheduled to begin at Leo- as to eater politis. e samd be w al
=-,.~4EBdin t Ihe a" yann r males sore rrom cold or poldsvlle oin the Congo. The case m- make an extended to~atf South A .. "
Hf.--1-ame The msrmtyg rhmeinalm. when you slip or sprain ready has been a subject of consildera- lkas this water. His mst t will be
paMe .e u!a a at Ieawae t stra youar side or bruise ble correspondence between the Unit- at Panama. I
th I--- Bate k'end Thei? yomeui, Paiukiller will take out the ed States and the Belgian government
--et ird 1~~i4- .el ht0e ammaw &ad ad fix yoe right in a jiffy. and there Is every reason to believe USE ALLAPN' FOOT SA .'
..... i M I a. .ma lie g Allwas have it with yon,s and use it that the former ll asee that the ,two A .owder to e. abaa- tI" "do-eet.
p ru a the ii ee ft The oldest. the cheapest and Americans are protected In all their Ifyouave d em in .e t..-
am_ gdW'toappear yN- be the bet h medidae for Internal and ex-. rights. l s t-tase. it rooms e Oi w-N
A .mAsfel a& the pabS IS ter al &hs and pains in man is Per- The two Americans are to be tried mke s n o r tgtshow easy. Cu w
p ie.- i smaned I nWg gy7 anvs' Palakiller, man for over sev- on a charge of libeL The charge tI achagswos thot 11sea g e14
killed^ (t A-an oatMe. e rty a e rs it has been the great made against them by one of -the Coo- kva c amand Im o 'as in
IN- st-.aln il Vfctaste. ua e edby for emergenlesl In thousands go concession companies -4hat has a and gives rest &ad efot T ry t
-11 014 to10 aya aa4 of tfemioe all over the world. Dont monopoly of rubber gathertar In the today. Sold aby anl r'ug Is. Pbrwi
So homre without a so. or one of the Kasai region. It claims $20,S0 dam- bet a.- ,_f._'m_. iBMW
now asie r-3. bottles. ages from each of the ab8 for "eg r-ofthe-7, a00p
ATI A CIVIL WAR ERO mlnos denunciation." The mission- new Invention.areo% ,A 111a .
_e_ S be .aOATN Of A CIVIL WAR HERO areas have for years made public
tsh statements concerning the alleged msted, L y Y.
t I a mMieA alt h Gabdea. Ala. July 31.-John H. abuse of natives, and the suit against I- jA FRANCEM AND ENGLAND
"i*".o a a t gi *lsu wlho died near here yester- them Is based upon an article that was .
.- Sietr m umI"a nis t h fo day at the age of 87 year., won fame published In the mission paper lan Jn- A Triple Alianse -to tChaed ua. g-
aim yea Ih as pwoe & most in 18 1M by a daring all night ride from uary, 1908. which alleged that a greiat- a a A u i O
aaieatl "06S fgr mea &VWer d' Gadedn to Rome, Ga., 67 miles, which er part of the district had been de- mey m Au a Semns
IB tr' U e-liau.l We it I a aglted In the capture by the ConS vestated by the rubber gathering car- b U '
J o. t-he g' fa-" y % fma esan O edeate cavalry leader, Gen. N. B. For- ried on by the company, and that one Par July,- j-Pr.. sa.a.t nu _.Iu-u"
r. It latoates tt va o rest of Gem. Abel D Straight, and the of the tribes of natives WaU reduced to started for Cher-o-g yesterday e
A aas gg saving to the Confederates of the a condition of wretchednes. te prede tal t a t an of
erete e. o n-adries and m'eof Rome. The gial was originally set to be- the arrival oO the czar today. The
Appetite-To-gin last May. In response to an .- meeting of the two rule will b.. b he -
l bSSrpo Ut haa 3 S e L IFYOU KNEW pear from the Congo reform as i- occa-on ora notewrnthy.. lll I1na
am"1 t el 0cplantt. Only he th merits of the Teams Wonder, you tion the Washington government re- d. noou actionn and a series of brilliant f mm L m
.--t dragt. .woud ever ffter from kidney, blad- quested the Belgian government that naval spectacles. i
de.r af rhpimatic trouble. 8 bottle tw" the hearing of the case be postponed. Monday the czar will leave for b I E ;)
VLYNL WELL CARED FOR monat's treatment. Sold by druggists Belgium replied that because of insurW. Cowes on a brief visit to King -
orby mal. Send for testimonials. Dr. mountable legal obstacles this was in- ward. considerable political sigt..
Lwe.oe.BMmMl Ha v. OliveStreet possible. Neverthelesst a postponement lane Is attached to t e meeti, ow-- '
es,,4011 wy Few GoodWe .of the trial was announced a few days Ing to .he existing condition of a.-airs
ii|ja as U a later and It oIs now deemed liUke that n Persia andhis Ba--a regi..an e n M-I .
PIs, N. YT-., J 1.t-Neith- TAFT 18 TICKLED the case may be dropped altogether a the cooperation of the three cow tries
r -oft %Jw Me Ms o e6Navnl, lawyer --- a result of the protests of this gov- relative to the European peace si tua- e o w_ -
.- Mo boelH n,. showed much laterest in WsiahiWgton, July SL-If Congress ernment, which has never recognized tion In general. --_e y. ,
SMBtt report that Thaw intended pa the tariff bill, President Taft the annexation of Congo by Belgium.
.to Rin suitt for dirce as soon as will sign t. The president Is happy and Is therefore In a position to Insist
Ifth ae. sent putoceedaing are closed over the adjustment of the committee's that the Belgian authorities have no A MILLIONAIRES BAWY
___-t I .Wil be m oatet his wife's msdt? the differences. He regards the bill as a Jurisdiction over the American sub- attended by the highest priced baby
-' atte w asked. great improvement over the Dingley Ject specialist could not e a- red or stom-
".--w ^ eralalyr It she brings lt." law ad is particular pleased over the ach or bo trouble any quicker or & I t '--H E ,
S. Mr. rsmle rs. "Mrs. Thaw bas Philippine tariff and believes it fulfills h surer than your baby i. you ve it s di
g roind a "r divr he continued. the repnhlican pledges. Plants Whic 2r Ia10 1S 2E MMOvI M cbGe., dysentery and all der. C ep w-rts
*aie.e ma.edicnual virta.. Is abundantly attsl d of the stomach or bowels. Price 25
Nt 1ONthe SRAVEbIRELADDIES to e s cenSets Soldby all drug-
Thw |n $ Amae!often reeve severe smns putting out writers ad teAcs. e ven thte gists. if
3A COATrHTf WOMAN Sres. tlten uIe Bucklen's Arnica Salve torwl nldisas had discovered the afetal
.. n Aand forget them. It soon drives out acn of many native piat ...bee ....QUINE HERO
ialways ... s ,lod.in am me ame soon paln. r burst. olds, wounds, cuts dvet of the white rln hiss tafrawt AN r ,UINE nR /ll RiI -.W
with Balards 11e10 4101 T rw It and b T e It.S earth's greatest healer. Uon, tapated freely to the whites led B __ H Red t D His
eveBr et il? f-W Ot 0y &ffree Q.jkly cures skin eruptions, old sores, the latter to continue InvetiationsUntlA Brv rFiae Houe Ready to Do WHis
rotm aaebts an d PlM6 It boosk g it j toa, alcer., felons; best pile cure to-day we have a rich assortment of ae Duty with a ren Leg
ans m o s l. s andu d care rmes- ade. Relef is Instant. c at all luab American modilalt ieSeattle Wash.. July SL--When Ala- Mutta, A
VM "%-tlisa, yg ItIIIf shI and ms- druggists 1 4Q ka the big bay horse at the expoltton S.^Gab lla
tFal m-r ssorease ad nea S, ee 00.l selo.-.* Aela Sk ire station. broke one of its legs yes-
AMi a0 $1 a botte. At all drugglts SODA FOUNTAIN' FOR SALE s mss val e m m. terday and then, with the fire of an Sweet sroate o mm Q
t-.eu--..d tfoatrmost nto na dtesal dit unconquerable spirit In its brown eyes. -
ME M s ATTI EAD A ase da fowutain for sale; cost .P ley Uai8n ntmhe, stepped Into Its harness before the en-
J w ". n ..-.I $ : will take $150 cash for It Ap this he gins le the remen wept like ch Wildren. .
s ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother, city. Looking about at Its friends the noble
Oo-o animal seemed to ask why the har-M
-. kt o th *A. -" ROOMS FOR RENT nes was not thrown down. Faithful
tsr secretary and treasurer orthe NAga.to the end, Alaska died a hero.
to,... t 2 .Le.a e o5S IeW sa lol -- -- i ] .oThe engine crew was h itching In a
Ssta arvvt New Yok y&gy ent furnIshed ropms ror rent at he Ala s e It ot
A ME chr o the the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. I. Ce even valvar and a t dil when Alaska stepped t the
-as as soutmdh ae .o Hoe wa Io d Jones. 1he ah ~ iaed too c native* 'MOM t wheel and with a lunge the powerful
.t the tragle death at President iarrty e ist ce g ow el d meak ob"& leg ta broken. The stn-l had beer
CiiH Pnlam wo dd TMqCldmiy after INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS wAk d se dt E in. ~ given for the horses to take their
C. Puliaam l who det eThtg Ny afterI of aeme tsm s Matlla m leaml wd places, and Alaska did not forget til
all ^ himselfW t rbt te hebei"n I _. ...AIsh imalled hma 4W ai a o lr lia. L order even In the moment of his pain.
his vsems at Ohe Now Togk Athletle I have just received a lot Of the V. In of 30lt s % .I to I agedin The broken bone bent In a sickening
Btr^ -^ ': -T. c- .,'t celebratedd HIaloplmne gllasslhdesl forgshlnen do i manner but wth the tha l agood legsw l
electric lghts. These shades Increase manner, but with the three good legs
yr-light1 O UP power 75 per cen t. Try potI bT an g i..- Alaska hobbled into position Oand stoodi._
", '- L OLP-UP them. IL W. Tucker. the electric Bul- vw It"i A nf b e ,_....N t waiting for the snap of the harness
'Abot ten year. ago my bitm er ply man, andr n gulockseand the dropping of the barrier S

*a4 1sat epwrtd .a1e hob os e had done and the othe enass with
.ha n Al de t o irumhai trt- paits, am atter how large or how they turned away wble the tears
emet roear several doctors, hut found imae, or how nee the work desires
a s ei tn e IS. ~Dr. im Ireow Sa be. I have the material, brushes proudly, with bead ereet, disdaining to
B iiBa'y^". *- iou, TA bpIE and ktnw to paint and do It _^i- ds- notilc the injured leg and ready to run _ ._ _
-Mui el to tie jn Oe 5 et Gralni-g, gildlng. h ard oil Inishing, 4 be done for the animal and he was a
ieur.e w e eo o- m, Jt Ms haee varnlshg and lettering and sgn 3-l ee mmw mutDAl Md mein "lle d to end his pa. e it tL L .IN Sa a: p
hja.-u5M- Iih s ad eel brotebtla 1a altlna. Taste and ski uttahi utnteeO wWYGTAolls DI tVORCEact- I e -vOU. a. eI
S ti eh.- sa ai arah.Ht-at; Address P. O. Box 135, or leave word mtedi asnatao se D ORTh e DIOB
et teetls. H ek and Trial bottle at the Star offce. K. hillyaw Pes- and A western Judge granted a d vorce I rA D M. A SC fQLS
4 4 *. il mesm m on account of a-temper and ad INE ARTS DOMESTIC AND 'Mfl'ph&W.

***** There is a Hoep of Solace In ssomi hf their lumu s ai constlpation, causing bad breath and Carnegie Hall and third sna's r aeritr 1
C1eago l, "" iL, J L 1.-Miss 3lile Able to D-peud Upon a Well- I twlisleUng liver trouble the il-temper, dispel lights, steam and fuarnaee heat; larae benlo
PIshen, the come opea star, Is sev EaEed Reputation -- colds, baalsh headaches, conquer tons: fine gymp.hbwm, athlete uls. beaMak
,' ,~ 3 at the gesevet.Hstel. Her litr months Ocala readers have seen chills. Rio at all drusssts. baseball, football and baskotbafl team.s shamplemsr


ysid|Wka h"a dlegagd tn e case as the o-nstant expresIon of praise for JACK LaA6.A Nearly a quarter of a mion a
.mot jal pel&elag. The trou Dcn's Kidney Pills, and read about AD JACK LOND6N' RETURN scholarships available; Christian but *udinia uag
.i. a a e$ t d o emm sad i "seaS the good wo tihey av done la this -- n -t -,
wd ^gt at re -1i, l1 locality. Not another remedy ever pro. Author Has Given Up Idea of Cireoing .l I*
duced such convincing proof of merit. In comeetb With the Botae Oee __the Globe in a Small Vesael
fhb? EOA~TH St ala." o.lvaF- says: "A few Oakland. Cal., July 31.-Jack Lon- For Cogle Ad thl
. .a IWO M WNWo-mTu ths agohad a severe attack of Skilled women and courteous at- don, .author and traveler, has return- I W
*me 4"Ke die. Tey hav lame sek.I and was forcd to stop te tion to all. Special attention to ed to Oakland after an absence of W L.F..o
gae, o porl little tl--they, d 't work. I could not bend over to pick children. nearly two years, to restore his health
kow it *" ymi pt reallasI it u U anything without suffering In- and to resume his literary wok at
tensely and every quick movement I ELCTRCMIC ASAI Glen Ellen, where he has established
7~ _.1Ni0001- e ftfM Pl, as t made brought on such sharp twinges aOT AND COLD WATER a country home. h e ha es.s
no&6--4 111118 WIOW. t that Is really seemed as If a knife were When London and his wife left Oak-
as ppo t s iV It WNhtW$s being thrust Into my back, If I stoop- land their Intention wa to ake a
-"- Gcamn Vmitk Yti OT u will be suw- ed, I could hardly straighten. I used n u land their Intention was to make a
prism at the Vemsits ad hbow quil y plasters and liniments, but received no IU n Ucruise of the world In the Snark, a
I ,aM buy mB druggists.. 1let I had previously used Doan's ____,small sailing vessel, built upon lines
b a ldney Pills and had received such of the young writer's design. Numer- .
SAbeeMdal results that I resolved to ous viclssitudes were encountered from
A OLD try them aain. They cured me and C. J. PHILLIRPS the day they departed. At Honolulu a | o
a- .. II have not had any kidney trouble breakdown compelled the travelers to
B8111105m Jo bsIL--ince I told a friend of this remedy. COItai d a B eo postpone further progress for some
leS o, aa m eeS d P a and ha used them with the same bene -time Thence te voyage was con- -
oldest p Ie t ISM Psianimt prolts of like this from Pin aAnd Spedlcato, Fralobd Ununed in the mouth seas. where Lon- M
U ome earNeed th plentymoenproof like this from P don wa taken but ultimately be
tate. She leave two ehldren ee e Ocala peopi Call at Tydings & Co.' Upon Request.madeon hi was taken Sidney but Aust
w Ita is ym iM wa ber drug store and ask what their custo- R eines .s way to Ser r
mers report. an S South N"hir of, where Illess again overtook him. He
Por sale by all dealers. Price 50 Poe I. OCAIAM FL rema. ed In the antipodes for several -
lM'l im 101 0LmNi-cmieeats. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo.l __ O_________CL_ months, disposing of the Bnark and A Ma' psagi w hal I
. ... N..N... .w York, sole agents for the United ------- preparing for the homeward trip, as tbli uia Idl lnit ta
'Ii thir Ms tIt not a stO tate--n soon as he was convalescent. y r It - -1 a
SOut em af t ae now S6-1ch 1tkeno1br o the name-Doan's-andLondon has a&and ed all Idea of bsl W d apep1a3e tga
ae'etctr ha t~t I ever making the trip around the world they have t beeln ame o
In such avesselas uFrom 'Ue
r0elvod. Iot I p*lee ne0 A anw shipment of that famous Al- ue a t e ro
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VMiL $75. Oratrs:v tansy.
fuiS use.., $16: pida, $50.
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SNO MYSTERY ABOUT IT


Dbappolatamet stared the congrega-
tam and fc s of the FiMrt Baptit
dsbre I t the face Sunday evening.
w wte Re. LX B. Warren, a Kentucky
41 1lm o ADwas announced to deliver
SumNn. MtSed to pot I his appear.
h Ma and tt wal afterwards learned
that ehe Lad ft the city without ex-
P ismatm to mone interested. He de.
g aM Interesting sermon Sunday
| *i lAg -d the congregation was
t iiSd, d the ause of his disap-
i Pm bean the evening service is
Sa mt~-n rnetvll CoraSpondent.

; -Ii WraWt eame to Ocala Sunday
afte sOm a mmaumned here Umit next
wI .lgb when be left for Lake Cityp
S Was o imystery'whatever abotat
-- d.acto: The Gainesvlle corres-
A t ti Tme-Vuno- must have
his report frem some irre-
S1 person and seat it to his pa-
SwUout applying to the proper
i1 o r gbt m t. Mr Warren
S.o f the last men In the world to
e about aer the cloak of mys-


UNCOMFORTABLY GOOD
. Wont r d bow the person who wrote
"WGodwrs Trom Wonderland" would
w-ia-Ie a law which prevented her
Sobtalamin a hot cup of coffee or
tue at the abbath? When you get
right down to brass tacks en keeping
the fiaath, .ay holy. It Is Just as
much a violation of the commaadment
to prepare and serve hot meals on the
Sabbath a It Is to perform any other
labor, or ha Itt performed by others.
uiatiismI'ts becemig a little too
fampat I QGainesville for the good of
the tba.-OGanesvlle Sun.
It they are trying to keep the Mosaic
law up there, Ahey commit an unpar-
doeabie s every time they do a
matnte's uaneceisary work on Satur-

It p5b with symptoms of kidney
eo blar trobe could realise their
adrr t"ey sodd without loss of
tiso tamesee taking Foley's Kidney
mil. Th great remedy stops the
a-a md the .. ealarles. strength-
-' bul Ud esae organs and
.r- 1 daiM r of Bright's disease
or o 4 di.a10-o dorater. Do not dl-
app Otbems. Sold by

WALTJ-- V or -rcma cottage In
healthy nighborlood. Apply to X. .
X. Str office.


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An eight-inch Westlnghouse electric FOR RE.~T-L'urnished rooms, two -i
fan that Is positively guarantee@ io blocks from square, modern conven-
burn only three cents worth of elec- iences; 24 Watula street
tricity in ten hours steady running. .
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
ROUNDED UP THE RIOTERS
Spaniqh Soldiers Far More Successful
Against Their Countrymen than
Against the Moors

gaged af Barcelona succeeded in driv- -
)ng into St. Martin Square the prin-
cipal bands of revolutionists, against
whom the artillery opened fire. caus- PIANO TUNING
ing great lo"es. The survivors sur-
rendered. Now remains only to mas- Ten years experience. efrefe.
ter small group of revolutionists in any muscle teacher In Ocalas any
the villages in the vicinity of Barce- -.- music hoyus In Jacksonvlle. Phoae
lona. mi 3 8. A. M. Lansfod. city. 1-8-tt
All reports confirm the terrible fury
of the women throughout Catalonia. SENATE LD SMITH
At Barcelona they fought behind bar- THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES -
ricades with the mn, urging them to and taste as sweet. That's why Schles- In Condemning McClendmn, Feemer
fEght to t heir eath. Singer's and Lowney's Candies In half Chairman of the Georgia Railrd
Everywhere they resisted searches 7"' ad owne C*n -I
by gendarmes for recruits for the re- and pound boxes are so popular. Pure' Commi s
serves, barring the doors of their confections these; flavor delletou. Ow Atlanta. July 31.-The state senate W CAV A COMPLETE
homes and firing at soldiers from win- confectionery is free from adultera- yesterday morning, by 23 to 19, voted
dows. tion. It s wholesome and bealthfuL to remove from office as chairman of WELL A OTH ATM
Horrible stories are told of the mer- Every kind of confectionery hers the state railroad commission, S. G.
ciless fashion in which churches and Fruits. Cold Drinks, Cgars and News- H tendon. MLendon was recently A
convents were sacked and burned. ipeae suspended from the office by former -AT
coent ere sacked and burned. Governor Smith on charge of olat-
Moors the Better Men AT BALLARD'S h campana pled The house
Official dispatches admit that the will have to act on the matter yet.
battle between Moorish tribesmen and OCALA IM _M
the Spanish forces outside of Melilla Everyone would be benefited by tak-
July 27th was a disastrous defeat. ng Foley's Orlad Laxative for storm-
The Moors have withdrawn from the ach and liver trouble and habitndl
outskirts of Melilla. It is believed constipation. It sweetens the stom-
they are concentrating for a new ef- ach and breath, gently stimulates the
fort. They burned hundreds of their liver and regulates the bowels and is
dead, whom they were unable to carry much superior to puls and ordinary
off. After the tribesmen had retired lazatives. Why not try Fley's Orto
the sad work of burying the Spanish Laative today? Sold by all druggists
dead, which already were rotting in U.UrW fA i uM


r--W. ivd Dode.here yeray o .
P ervies ac h apd 3 p. AL And WI be Smaeoeded by a Hat oeM
tabb school S :e s s941; ..
A ea:slat Ivitation extended to a&I a Few f I& t iae the


1 a. ma. aiubject m" rth. ew YorOk. July 3L-A. .I-I-nt

Re I. Byraemt Pastor. m. S the e spr adiln g pco reh bat akets ar-
fl*n^ scho-8 J m. rived hen yesterday from Paris. The
Preacn byt pator fowed by b ns are made of f an *d Lp I the
11 a. m. Subject "Chritn Our Exam-called Rusian toq
pe. tn Lving Hambe Service." Hea to Wor a Hiogh B s
Epwwrth Lege-o-4 p.' m. The tnoque does away with rats and .
rreehtag by pator- p. m. Sub- the spreding coffurnre that makes a
ject *The Stregth, Stability and Be- lady's head a good enough umbrea
ety of Gods People. In a rainstorm. On the other hand it T -. ".i
Lct anot neglect the assemblta of1 is a skyscraper.- The lofttest may be TO Ure 1
ourselves' together, but In the falth slightly over a foot and a half-moWe
that we shall reew our strength if than three times.the height of a man's a4, ". 4
we wil on the Ilrd. iW us meet in silk hat-from the foundation at the WV IL
our Father's bone and build oupwelvet forehead to the apex, which Is erewn-
'and each other p In the divine life. ed with an aigrette. The la who l..- 4 T
A cordial favttatio to strangers wears the hat must comb her hair u %p- IJ Ly UA W LS 5e W
and all others. ward and secure it In a ball-a h gh
Sball-on the very top of her ed. Ut- Trousers 15 M a ,
Christian tie ladles may wear the very tallt lITM USMI I1 5 OilA
W. H. Colem Minister. hats. but tall ones can soften the gren-
a 7m.-S a ist eadler effect by wearing one foot high . $-
3:0 pa. m.--n ay oC .creations and reducing sthe pray of i A -
3. p. n-Junlor C.E. feathers. Viewed trm a rear elevation am .
11 a. th.-Sermonette. "A Character the toquefits the head snugly. Wen


Juni C. E. Program not be wide e$ugh to obstruct tWhen
.-a bunh of hair Ughtly coied that w.ll All 98. i Pn .R q i :. : ],
J Tr C -not be wide enough to obstruct t!%5
Meets at S:30.' Subject. "Cheerful view of the stage of any two-eyed All $7. _p a s_ .'- '
Giving." 1 Cor. 0:6-11. man. &U $ 0 f .
Floyd Colemran, leader. You. cn pick your fur and pay l.'O $ 0 .
Song. for a hat, but it is not doubted that mj '7.t5 mde .... l t
Lord's prayer in concert. girls with no thousand dollar bills to o : ... r; -
Bible leson. spare will be towering over their
Lesson explained by Nellie Beck- sweethearts In that look-like fur hat I $8.pF ts $6.
ham. that will not cost more than $3.9s. :'-;-
Circle 9f sentence prayers. Al I' I J t 7& -
General discussion of lesson. A FLIGHT TO ALEXANDRIA h b1.n -
Chalk talk by Theo Beckham. -
Lesson rtory, "rwo Ways of Giving" And Return, with a Pasngr. Ton AU $8.o50 pan .ts 4.;
-Lawrenee Freyermuth. Mila in Fourtaen Minutas, is A
Mislon study by Louise Spencer. Washington, July 31--Orville Wrrlht ou. -":
Reading of minutes of last meeting, yesterday made a ten-mile test fioht A -;.
Bible drill from Fort Meyer to Alexandria and re- o n
song. turn with Ueut. Benjamin D. Foult
Mizpah. of the signal corpse as a passenger.-
His speed was forty-two miles an hour, *
There Is more catarra In this sec- making the trip in fourteen minutes asd v a l 4 Lmmt 't- iL-_ *
tias of the country than ll other dis- and 42 oeonds, breaking all speed re- hav WW ,
ease put together, and until the last cords over a measured course. A
few years was supposed to be incur- Wright attained a height of five bun- pafis. ,'
able. For a C t many years doctors dred feet once, but the average altl- '
pronounced It al disease and pre- tude was two hundred feet. The start '"
ascribed local jedles, and by con- was made easily, and amid cheers te '.
stantly failing o cure with local machine rose and started on Its course, mN 'T F : l
treatment. pronounced t Incurable, flying straight as an arrow for Alex-
Science has proved catarrh to ue a andria. President Taft was one of the'
constitutional disease and therefore most enthusiastic spectators. The de-
requires constitutional treatment. descent was made easily.
Hairs Catarrh Cure manufactured by X o A ugusta t
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio, is AN AERIAL RACE .mUaU A u g u
the only constitutional cur on the -.,
market It s taken internally in Betwen the Wrights and Bleriat May
domes fronl 10 drops to a teaspoonful. be Pulled Off at Sattle
It acts directly on the blood and mu- Paris, July 3I.-Louis Blerlot the I
cus surfaces of the system. They ol Fprench aviator, appeared greatly
fer one hundred dollars for any case pleasedwhen Informed by the Asso-
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and elated Press that the officials of the
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY Alaska-Tukon-Pactfic Exposition had "
& CO, Toledo, Ohio. sold by drug- offered a purse of $25,000 for an aero-
gists, 7c. Take Hall's Family Pills plane race between him and the Wright
for constUpato. brothers. He said:
"Your information Is the first intl-
TAMPA'S GREAT INDUSTRY mation that I have had of any such ,
WILL NOT BE TOUCHED offer, but you can say that If either of \
__ nbthe Wrights challenge me under the ,
(Tampa Times, 30th.) Seattle condition, I shall Immediately Your La n M ow er
The Times this afternoon received accept Have Yo Law Mowe S
man 8. M. Sparkman. who has been CENTRAL MEXICO SHAKEN LateS
taking care of Tampa's Interests In ee Earthquake hacks from th l
regard to the increased Internal rev- u to th P ci
enue tax on cigars, as proposed by the c
Beveridge amendment as well as in Mexico City, July 2l.-Centtal Hex- h M rtmea
all other matters. co experienced a severe earthquake ,- al "
"Washington, July 30. shock yesterday. Lz n fi si l
"D. B. MacKay. Tampa. Fla.: Reports of the loss of life are in-
"Beverldge amendment eliminated complete, but It Is officially believed f tor thA, nn mst lr
so far as it affects cigars, leaving tax that thirteen were killed and more i1 ui Sr
practically as under the old low. than a score mortally injured. The doem the -wf Petft.l
"S. M. Sparkman." towns of Acapulco and Chilpancingo o
were destroyed. The first shock was __A _.J s s s ....
If your ver is sluggish and out of so severe that it caused many bells In B" vTMS'
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, con- cathedrals to toll. The second shock '" Mevr in lbf0 o "
stipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's caused a tall building to sway and Q I
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight cracked the walls of many. Six peo- it. It will be nshrp, yi
before retiring and you will fel all pie were killed i Mexico City dur-
right in the morning. oing the second shock. Four were in- ad tthy n old ostyie Way, which Ibi
jured so badly that they cannot re- W
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Plans ChInd Toni. Guaran teed to
M Mr. J. G. Le was
10m eia1 viitor Id town today.


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Sba* ge, is at the Monteumm
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+ +:ll^_l^l IIIIII I1" - MMr. Roter RanJdn o(r Kansas City Is
Tpw ir.d4l ru trat the Ostala House.


BB cure ehills and fever, 15 cents.

- aw Tea one o t Upse bathing earj
fW 49loa with yom wh Dip to the lakto
SUt tem at the courf pharmacy.

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you want In crockery and glass-
a t the Ocala News Co.
nMessrs. Morgn and J.D. Mal.
of Floral o ity, aro guests of the
O h c N ou O .
Ca Hayou seen the new visible ay

W 1111 yo r ordoe for oement hoeS typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
ease A g' agg eseral agents.
otM6t bMdr, uXldIing blocks, Mrs . lottleb and daughter
A Mr. Royal Cole were pangers
O and all kinds of S today on the "Mohawk for New York.
,q opKoy killled wl6rkmhe ad -
:. mn candles fresh every
Seek ouy at the Poetotflce Drugore.
o Mrs. King' and dughI tr Aa of

M OC)R H EA D. MG ter, Mrs deeur this wek.K. sis.
,M'. C. Davis Co., of Jaclmsonvlle,
Handle asilk typewriter ribbons, 75c.














SjT A ellWh: TM per donee.

SPlnk's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
S, cure ehils and fever, 25 cents.


| IFC en^ ea L^V9er8 Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, 3-horse-
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ESP" riOn~togA re"ltored with new parts. Box 121.

!il _. aMst-s loia Liddon left today for the
m therm part of the state to visit rel-
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r country. Send us your nrescriptlons
STyd s & C.

I;'1h i &i U U @ O Miss Sarah Davis and Miss Hub-
':., bard. who have been vi.;ting at Lake
Weir for several days. returned home

S* today.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
earry. Come la and lkok It over If
S you want something really nice. Ty-
ding & Ca
Me M r.. J. Port and R. B. Murrell
S went to GalnelvlJle today to see the
double header ball game between the
i- crack Sanford and Gainesville teams.
W,. U R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonvlle.
will sell any make of second-hand
e e typwriter, upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. F. O'Hara of Jacksonville, one
Sof the stat's well known timber and
$ 5 tuwrpentine men. is at the Ocala House.

"ii 8 0 C o.Cm WMaky L MEN---Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains bow we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, ptlanta, Ga.
A Notice the advertisement of reduc-
*$t t io n price on trousers at Jery Bur-
S EIsy Ur erWs. ae t Mooday and Tuesday only.
SLok over our lne oe toilet prep-
/.' .-, aratiams. We are quite proud of the
Sntoe stock. Perfume powders and
, 5 nLAM. @Mopg of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.
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blmeance of a dollar, m usk e ie peer
under the brim4 r thee pe0 m.e
sad semd up a greetb lato what bhe
supposed to be the vIlarity r a tay
ear.
"Honey." he said, "this s se. took
up and make the roes In the court-
house border envious!"
But his homey was hufty, as all Hbona-
les sometimes are. She didn't even
give the peach-bast a bobble, and
walked so tst that her tiry Boee bebt
a tattoo on .te paveaenmt
The young man was hard to squelch,
but he wasn't used to'sueh rebufs; It
struck him that he might have made
a mistake. and he fetl behind for a
minute. The girl was about the sise
Pf his honey, she walk lke- hat, had
on sIllar clothes, was Just the same
asine about the waist,. but the peach-
basket came down to her shoulders,
and to bend down and look *upward
under the rim was not only an awk-
ward but a perilous feat on the
crowded street
His uncertainty lasted only a min-
ute. One mark of identifcation was
positive-her feet. tiny trilbles, shod
in dainty, high-heeled slippers. Only
a few days before% had he beed her,
when,'she was through with them, toM
give him one to wear on his watch
cfain. So again he came aongide
aid sent a message dowa through the
meshes of the hat
"Honey," he murmured, "Its me and
I know Its you up In that iat. I see
your feet hanging out." *
There was quite a coolness between
them, a few minutes later, 'n the
4tape of two big dishes of lie.cream.
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

S D00 PLACE TO BUY 00008
* Joseph Maaver, after several weeks
of work and planning, has the new
tailoring department of the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe company In shape for
business, and the establishment Is now
fitted up in good taste for good work.
The tailoring department is next
door east to the Guarantee Clothing
Store. which always was a model of
neatness, and the new department
looks morkeke a parlor than a work
room; butf tor all that, Mr. Frank
Mustin, wno presides over it. knows
his business to a nicety, and the work
he turns out always pleases the most
fastidious. Three thousand yards of
woolen goods, the latest weaves and
styles, have Just been received, and
Mr. Mustin is versed in all the up-to-
date fashions that go with the goods.
In the rear of the tailoring room is
the cleaning and pressing department.
presided over by Mr. J. C. Bardin, who
has already recommended himself ;1
manyof f our people by the prompt and
efficient manner in which he does their
work. a
All in all. theyuarantee Clothing and
Shoe company and Its auxiliary de-
partments mak as complete an estab-
lishment as you are likely to find in
any city.


WEATHER FORECAST
Washtngton, July 31-Thunder shoba
ers tonight or Sunday.
A GOLDEN WEDDING
means that man ana wir have Uved
to a good old age and consequentl
have kept healthy. The best way tc
keep healthy as to see that your live
does its duty 3b days out of 35. The
only way to do this Is to keep BalV
lard's Herbine In the house and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive
60 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists.


SPECIAL IARLY BREAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can it same at the Elk Cafe, as
ea-w as 4:.0 If they desire.

HOUSES FCR RENT
Modern oottageR, an oouvenancee,
well located and new. Apply to JO-
eph Bell, at court houe.



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Pear In mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; als
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.
WANTED-To borrow $S (six
hundred dollars). Will give mortagAge
on city property in Ocala, and pay
good Interest. Want loan Immediate-
ly. ,Address Box 787, Jacksonville Fla.
LOSI--tetween Ocala Furniture
company's store and Holder block gold
sunburst pin with pearls and diamond
center. Return to D. W. Davis, Hol-
der Block. 6-24-f
FOR RENT-My residence recently
occupied by Mr. H. C. Judd, No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
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W. C. T. U. M-TS MONmAY

The Woarn's- Chrathm tuinpe
Unlo wil ameet Mra sa no at
4 o'efoek at the Metdist church Tb
meeti g of this weef wais oPn
on account of r0.

NE* MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS
"Alalbama" I an u sduled msn Mt
Ia the Mew musical comedy. lT
Brtea IdoL" Th1 ss has bee se-
cared for lUnday Wird- reader si
wlfl be girav. ords md imile com-
plte. TYou ea get ths with ner t S-
day's World withot extra areir
Also a "funny peper" la olom a ca
plete mamgain and tfty odd am eof
regular nesD Order frem ns-
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TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
* F1r 10. spot caah seond-hand Call-
graph typewriter+ werth fuUy '$S:
want the o.i. Apply taumedater.
'tar.

FOR EN T-Two fmrnidl room
for tight housekeeplan on .rst floor;
all convenience. Also one ely fur.
nished bedroom on second fleer, eae-
half block from A. C. U depot. AIt
24 Oklawaha avenue.

SIDNEY TAPP SINKING
Atlanta, July SL-Report reached
here from Denver. Colo, that 8idney
C. Tapp, well known Atlantan and
Uiberal party ivndla'te for president
Inta 1, Is dylng there as the result of
an operation for appenadeltl. It was
firat thought the operation would be
successful, but In the last day or two
Mr. Tapp has been raplk y laklns and
t is stated ,there I are any hope
for his recovery.
BETTER THAN SPANKING
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There I a eonstitoa
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. m
mere, Box W. South Bend. Ind., wi'
send free to any mother her ue-
ful home treatment, with full Intrue-


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was tari tleldoHotper Ao m. a
"Too Much AdvWice" wa- II
table of the rst water.'
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. MrsL. A Tera b sd tw M
Wayne -and -bert, f, tueraftr
Dayto. where thW WE Wa ft aa
Mrs. TmB xrks botbr-law. ,
Boey, gog areos eunatry to D-
Land by' aate wher t y- w.
two weeks at Mr. 'Boley's h.Mea n
hgs "an OLake W manmaIt, "id rf- t.
toralg t their pieat bega' at
beack where they wl i


bb trip to Hot m orm,, Ar md u-
gretly hnprovnd by Mh rta.~rt -.
Mr. ad Mra, Wwm WW 9 ;
t. apa ware in the d. v wIJ Mrw
wd"oaS Parota. Mr'.. me imm
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for several years. suCh ju
the cae ,and the sftaeMs 4 ~ -
are all up to their od- ~ l
a very few e


tiona. Send no money, but write her
e
Today It your children trouble you n
" this way. Don't blame the child, the
cha ces a It cant help It. Tis
treatment also cure adults and aged
people tro'lled with urine diffle It4-
by day or night.. M


SConventions held every Mon- -~ pe ~as
day evening In Castle Ha. most people
over Peyser's store. A cord al my be o .
welcome to visiting knights. There a two way o ^
C, biney Hale, C.. One-awaitt to time amd d1sea -
Chas. K.Sage. K.of lL and drive you to It.
Two-ouam ult us about it. LJl
SL0. S.,F. We Cma Tel You whato or et jw u
-Twulua Ledge. No. s need them. P DR X.D.1 ONT, -
L 0. 0. F. meets ev-. osl t.
ery Tuesday evening O e hours to a. n.O 2l:l
aIn onge's Hall. Visiting brothers al- to 4: Opeal ofaeo smd
s welcomeW. L Colbert. N. oratory, rooms 3 nd 4 IGary bck
M. M. Little, Secretary. '

OCALA AEA Miea Floods Ploto e WI
CwrN, 8l4 SI. amS
r --.lr n 4FM ll&aL Salary- "a 110,"am
fM ts rst a Why don't you work Umele -s?
bird Wednesday even- eight thousand positions are to be t
bird Wednesday even- ed. The pa is ltwe; the hours Lrt;
faog a 1:1 clock. Visiting brethrenyou g et i va stl. wIth p, 8ever
alwa welcome
SFP. W. Ditto, President. ye andno la-s any
air ^. rne woveonme wats M .Ov w Its
W. C. Moore, Secretary.d, with oly om S. e
education to take latIna t- m k
S. L L vicinity, oa Nov. 17. tor po
mentioned above, aad the gserument g I
SMarion-Dunn Lode civil service latr with their -
S" No. 19 meets n the pert knowled o the eamiatlo c frem
Temple o the irst sad prepare y m1m to paW Ib a fewr1i
Sy third Tnurnday even- weeksL.
ings of each month. Visting brother Any reader o the Sa' w .-b7 t s Ye
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvler, W. M. t work for Uncle Sam, ea 6 eem-
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. plete free Intr-mi"om how to,
for the Ctv" Service ama nan r
rOCALA CHAPTER NO. 14 RA. A RM. WTia thi e mumt lMLss l m
lnstructuas, Dpt. ., 6 a. tr, Xt
Regular convoeations of the OeCal
Chapter No. ,a H. A. ., on tb 4th Delay In mmin-t rtmmst ,
Friday in every month at I p. m. a dsi h Irreg arity ta* OIW
N. L GottlekIL P. bP een cr d uik.ly h3W]
Jake Brown. Secretary. Remedy budlS up t wm Out t
sues ad na strast 6s0 1
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO41 L IL. d by m .. +
Meets Thursday evening at 7Jk. at HOW HE ITAIMlS
Tonges HalL W. Gray, C. t R.
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(FOR WOMVN)
*r' Tekasses Ferida
A Coffee without a parallel in the
both, Oerfg degrees and diplomas
Ia the folowing departments:
SL A Shool of Liberal Arts.
t A t' ol of Industrial Arts.
IIL A School of Pine Arts.
jr. A' School of Expresson.
V. A S bool for Teachers.
Nio TUtk. O)her Expeaseb very low.
r ftomartion address:.
W=ARD CONRAD, M.J#, PH. D,
President


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Spit t as Bookkeper Assistant Bookkeeper,
vor TtShNr, Many of Marion county's bright-
e gradu ates of this Ifstitution and are holding
M i A -Jl rate of $1 S for a complete
!'bea ndm blobt four months. Forty ($40)
In- Ia lf. ayM- mgs and pen specimen. free.

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964t. or t Orange has
.J p paraphernalia, his
,nMk .Ah. iis magie table. Soon
wauvN wave his wnan, and presto-
Sh.m_ b spri"nngg out of nothing.
dtso will pour molten cement
from a boee--jet poir it oat with
no more efort than the Iron master
pour red fluid iron and produces
bars and plates, or the statue maker
asts his plaster figures.
The poured cement house-after
eight years of experimenting, and
two years of uninterrupted hard
work, is ready. He will pour his.
first building at East Orfage early
in August.
Here is a thumb nail description
of the house as it will come from
the mould:
Size 25x30 feet ground plan.
Rooms--Big living room and
kitchen on first floor, two big bed-
rooms, wide hallway, closets -and
bath upstairs, front and-back porch.
Cost-About $1,200.
Material-Light gray re-inforced
concrete.
Time to mould-Fourteen days.
Decorations-Facades and orna-
mental work along porch, carved
stone pillar in hallways, window
seats and paneled doors, with myth-
ological garing gabled roofs.
Special advantages.-Ilrre proof
and vermin proof; no repairs.
The people it will benefit partic-'
ularly--Th poor who now live in
wretched quarters:
Inventor-Thomas A. Edison.
The Edison home, if ft accom-
plishes half what its creator expects
will revolutionize house building.
ObjeeUoi Overcome
Several great objections which
arose two years ago had to be over-
come by Edisbn in his later plans.
One-a practical builder's objec-
tion-was that the cement could not
be forced through an intricate set of
molds and be of the same consis-
tency and strength throughout. Also
that the surface would not be
smooth.
But Mr. Edison has produced a
cement of a consistency almost like
water, which holds the sto"e and
aggregates equally throughout. It
will also secure a surface so smooth
that it can be painted or frescoed or
tinted.
Another objection was that it
would be impossible to build molds
which would make inner rooms and
closets. This, too, has been over-
come.
Still another-this time from ar-
chitects-was that all the houses
would be alike, necessarily; that
people would not like to live in them
on that account.
But the Edison moulds are adapt-
ed to a number of variations. With
six sets of moulds, which the inven-
tor reckons as the right number for
a good working arrangement, an
iinmensely wide variety of houses
can be constructed.
Now for a descriptionn of an Edi-
son one-family, two-story house,
25x30 feet outside, to go on a lot
40x60. This gives a lawn and a
small garden room.
The front or living room is large,
14x23 feet, while the kitchen is but
3 feet narrower. The ceilings are
9 1-2 feet. high.
The stairway extends both ways-
to the living room and the kitchen.
The second floor contains the two
big bed rooms-one 15x14, the other
3 feet narrower. The upper hall-
way is nearly 20 feet long, leading
from the back of the house to the
bath room, which is 7 1-2 feet
square.
The attic is 27x23, which with a
dividing partition, would make two
rooms.
There are many windows. The
downstairs rooms ha.e four each.
The material throughout is rein-
forced concrete. The only woodwork
are the window frames, which
makes it impossible for fires to
break out.
The decorations are cast with the
rest of the house. So are all appli-
ances, such as bath and laundry
tubs, steps and coal bunkers.
Cost of Building
Edison's estimate of the cost is
based on the builder having the
equipment and trade to keep six
months busy all the time, and on
being ab'e to use the gravel taken
in digging the foundations.


One set of molds will cost $25.-
000. The rest of the plant would
come to $L5,000. Successful opera-
tion, Edison figures, would require
six sets of moulds kept busy all the
year. Such an outfit would turn out
144 houses a year.
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.
FOR RENT-Five-room- house near
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocala,
Fla. 4-25-tf

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realuatlo of these unfavrsable eoa
ditions s becoming ppagst all
through the South, and ters is a
manifest interest i roeforestug Sc"
lands.
Sucearsalt renewal of Southern
pine forest lands depends seeeenl-
ly upon conservative lumbering and
adequate protection from ftes The
problem of fre protecti however.
is both a serious and a dImeau me.
Reforetation of SoutereP pine
lands can probably be effected by di-
rect seeding, but such effort Vrould
prove futile alees the lads were
protected against fre. The. loest
service has made plan, Lor several
private land owners and companies
In the South for direct sowing of
pine seed a the permanent sites.
Because of the more rapid growth of
loblolly pine it is preftried ,wherb
the soil and moisture conditions are
favorable. The feasibility .of estab-
lishing lqblolly pine plantations by
sowing seed broadcast, on prepared
ground. has been determined by ex-
periments and by observation on the
natural reseeding of this tree on
abandoned fields. The perpetuaton'
of loblolly pine on sites sduted to it
is therefore not a matter of much
concern. But there are vast areas
on which the less exacting but slow-
er growing longleat pine Is the only
one that will thrive. Artificial re-
generation of longleaf pine, either
by sowing seed or by transplanting
seedlings, is still In the experimen-
tal -stage. 'Longleaf pine seedlingsr
grow very slowly In height for the
first four to six years, but in the
meantime develop long, fleshy tap,
roots. This habit of growth makes
it very dfflcu't to transplant them
successfully and makes some method
of direct seeding necessary.
A planting plan for the lands of
the Graniteville Manufacturing Com-
pany, Oraniteville, S. C., has just
been prepared by the forest service.
The plan provides for direct seeding
of loblolly and longle i pines on
about 500 acres. It recommends
that loblglly pine seed be sown
broadcast on the cleared lands
which occur on the lower lopes.
Longleaf pine seed Is to be planted
on the high sandy land in seeds
spots, prepared about six feet apart
each way. The plan also includes
detailed directions for preparing the
ground and sowing the seed.
It is estimated that the cost of
planting will be about $8.50 per
acre for broadcast sowing of loblolly
pine and about $6.35 per acre for
seed spot planting of ongleaf pine.
A conservative estimate of the time
required t3 produce merchantable
crops, the yield of each pine and the
total cost of producing lumber, per
thousand board feet, compounding
the initial investment at four per
cent. are about as- follows:
Loblolly pine, forty-year rotation,
19,000 board feet per acre; cost per
thousand board feet, $3.65.
Longleaf pine, seventy-year rota-
tion, 17,000 board feet per acre;
soct per thousand board feet. $9.67.
Thus anything above $3.65 for lob-
lolly stumpage will be in ecess of
four per cent compound interest on
the investment. It is also apparent
that unless the stumpage value for
lbagleaf pine advances considerably.
plantations of this pine will yield
considerably less than four per cent.
return. On the basis of the esti-
mate the cost at three per cent.
compound interest would be $4.47
per thousand board feet.
When the digestion it all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish fer food.
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and IUver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs. im-
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels.

NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December. A. D. 1909, the
undersigned as administrator of the
estate of John Kinaler, deceased, will
present my accounts and voucher to
Hlon. Joseph Bell, judge of probate, at


his office in Ocala, Florida, and will
make by final settlement as such ad-
ministrator and will apply for dis-
charge as administrator of said estate.
George GileS.
As Administrator of the Estate if
John Kinsler.
October 14th, 198.
NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that on the
19th day of January. A. D. 1910, the
undersigned as administratrix de bonls
non of the estate of Mary Conyers.
deecased, will present my final account
and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph
Bell. judge of probate in and for Ma-
rion county. Florida, at his office in
Ocala, and will make my final settle-
ment and will apply for final discharge
as administatrLx Joanna Lewis.
As Administratrix de bonis non oi
the estate of Mary Conyers. de-
ceased.
Dated, Citra, Fla., July 16th, 1909.


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