Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 3, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03235
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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arations. We are quite proud of the adults.
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and 4 ***
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & R. D. FULLER, REDUCING THE REVOLUTIONISTSl e s
Compy.TAL SUR ON Courts Martial Aid Cainins Lase-r
CUNE WAS .DESPERATE in Thr ubg Thei Number .a't a d
OMOee O1 e Mmn ha mh .* San Sebastian, Spain, August L-An
Winston-Salem. N. C, Aug. 2.-The Bak. 'authoritative personage declares that r QL rC
body of Harrison Cllne, who last night ten courts martial sat continuously n "
went to the home of his father-in-law, OCALA, - FLORIDA throughout Friday and that the num- a a
A. W. F. Gordon, and attempted to kill TIM. CAsI. ber of revolutionists condemned and
his wife after she refused to live with shot is estimated at 12. About 3 t-- X---
him. was found this morning mangled revolutionists were killed or wounded
near the tracks of the Southern Rall- I A E by machine guns of rife fire.
way. There was a verdict of suicide, WE I.CCn spite of the reports from Madrid,
the jury believing he deliberately threw private rorts from Barcelona y
himself before the train. After Cline NT I L URG N the revolutlonaits still hold much of V ,
shot at his wife three times his father- the city and that the artillery has been
In-law took his revolver and drove him Rooms 10 and 11. unable to dislodge them. la
away. Neither of the bullets took ef- Sond Floor, Holder Block,
fet. 000 JOBS FOR MEN
Take Koddl at the times when you TERMS, CASH. Qwnm- t Needs Pes le Clerk ,
teei what you have eaten is not digest- Carriers, and Mall Clar 1
Ing. Kodol digests what you eat so Salary 00 to $1
wholesome food, if you will Just let eight thousand poltons are to be ll-K N I
Kodol digest it. Sold by all druggists. d. The pay is large; the hoursshort;
GREAT FIRE IN A KA Oa SuI gUn you get a vacation, with pay, every
A GREAT FIRE IN ASAKA year, and no lay-offs at any time.
---tMt &aCe CIM'- K U 1l0kl The government wants men over 1
Asaka, Japan, August 1.-Flre, fan- years old, with only common, everyday
ned by a strong wind, threatens to de- Pboas 311. education to take examlwton, erya ths f Cen
stroy this city. Thousands of build- Office hours: to 12 a. 1 to vicinity, on Nov. 17. for positions
Ings. Including some world famed g mentioned above, and the 5ovra.. ent .
Buddhist temples, have already been 5 A. ms. ts ,a t --210 W-
Buddhist temples, have already been civil servicee instructors. with their ex-
destroyed and the fire e is unchecked. TERMS. CASH. civil ser e Instructors with thir n-
numbropeplehavebeebunedperot knowledge of the .-m,-tion can N Or i .
A number of people have been burned prepare any man to pass In a few
to death. weeks. m i
Any reader of the 8tar who wishes
People with chronic bronchitis, as- for Uncle am can get corm- bya U
thma and lung trouble, will find great Eq a"l e plete free Information how to prepare
relief and comfort in Foley's Honey If t Cil Sefvit ^wultos, hy a--
and Tar, and can avoid suffering by IA Leq writing the government Civil Srvice --
Life Assurance Society wrlung tho goverrmset Civil Norde. .".__'.
commencing to take it at once. Sold instruto Dept. 247, Rohester. NT. T' "
by all dealers. ife ASUr n V weVU JMnow I
I'W ] f t I a ln "I Sltks REMAINS DRY .... T

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Meu i te tlerton of the disease
ft- aving th O pteM irnt by
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S ao Iw la es It work. ,The
s ha te. ssm eh faith In Its
tf pley that yn offer One
bt tto mm. mer t for list of tes -
nm iae. Ada F.'J Cheey & Co.,
few OW t
JSeW y& aU dragist, 75e. Take Hairs
ftaDiy W1is for counstipaton.
The Sea or Lssue meeting yester-
tao the bet weather. After a brief
I0= Nisa sad Mlss Barnett gave an
baresttis reoert oof the Tomu Peo-
irs -Mifslesary easterence, which
ettetded In Motrat, N. C., Jy 2-1L
I-alht the league wll hold a very
-mm bfasinessu MOnag, this being
the Ute for the elect of otfcers. A
I attendance is dedlred.

I ave Just received a lot of .the
alebrated Htelph. glass shades for
elecrc lights. These shades Increase
oar ight power .75 pe. cent Try
theSm. H. W. Twcker,' the electric sup-

The pride of the corn Pharmacy s
MI p cript o department Pure
dr- only an used, which are selet-
e y "n of experience.
If the glare f the sun hurts your
eye, get a pair of smoked glaMe
ft m -foar At. The Potfltcbue .

YAr pIrplons, wen left at the
Cou Pharmacy, are compounded
fr ure and fresh drugs. Phone us;
wo~elall for and deUver r your pre-
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m have ms exquisite line of
fe Imported chin a In many dft-
fet peces. The Anti-Monopoly

1OR SALI*--M9; auto burgy. 40-
lnch wheel, soid l rubber tire, 20-horse-
pow. 2-cylinder enmge, fan leather
top; reitted with new parts. Box 473,
OCab, Fla. 7--4tdltw
B Iw te Uoa and all stomach
troZ take bley's Orinn Laxative as
It sUmulate the stomach and liver
ad regulates the bowels and wit poe-
Itdy cure habitual constipaton. Sold

e haTv the nleest line of hair
grs combs and other toilet artl-
"oei'n the c'ty. Tydlnsp Co.
K. of P. meet tonight.

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vie "Mat a gorie evening in the and, the guests 4 ersiser. Mrs. j-

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Scott and roiwd.
Mrs... ohn T or, o cala who for Master avis Ocala. a-
some time have been "ojurnlng at gl 'u.4ay to enjoy the Island.
P ss-a-Groille and In this city, have One th ads expressed e
returYUed home. B et asl wishing she could bottle up *
Mrs. Sylveste who has been splend- some of the Island breem to take
Ing severalmonthwth her daugkteril hoe with her. '
Mrs. Nellie Betts, has gone to Ocaa Cs l H. N. Hamptn went up-.o
Oca CoL H. ampton has Stprrd stt I:s

for a vit with her son John W. yl- Ocala the other ay to advance hi re-
vester- u r P Correspolndent turn date on the card of his o ffic
Tamps Tribune, door and flew beck to the Island. To redu e m yo
e ts othes ithot R IVER BNK to Ocaa S turday. ER
r. ohn Taylor, Ocals wno for Moorhead caught a coff eea W
We point with pride to the showing fuel of sheepsled and red arh the fi ~
of u-. local ankd n this ci be en else ther e
where In this issue. Just two years of Col. Davis holds the record for troll-
e it has earned, over and above its ing. having aded many fine sped
starting expenses,, and current ex- merts of red fl, aesilyh
peamse, set. $1764.r8. It has cash on supp ly the is ,land -o u
be o asevra monts thdI her dahter* home with her. Ne -- ^ c t (m 46J

hand amounng to $26.00. which Is Mr. R. aItCarroll went to Ocala l-
per a en t oi t he total deposit -dayl to look after the interests of the
where the law requi res but o per Star. of which he i business manager,
cent to be kept on hand. The small but sron returned to the islasn. e5 e 5 "
overdraft of something over $400 was -
met so that It has not one cent over- CRYSTAL RIVER C PP G
drafWe pot w pri de to the sho wlag WR o byh epshead and red Rah te
thrifty community, who'll bhave unbound- other d$6.p $58..50
wherjie in this lue. Jnit two years o Col. D old the record fr tro-

and other officer anIt d abousine is avi ded man e
been on at steady. Increase from the (Crystal River News.)d
day t opened o ts doors to the present- sho L cater ta interato s o- th
time and its futu reisquassure bd.- Crys- W he r wheriche hbe t bunes ma ersu "A U -.50 p a t .
tal River News. n nd.with the priseed turns over evry
ordr o sdrop of water In the r river.
Captat tanber missed the head off Ae cent ov$C T .V
drISt. THIS WHAT YOU WANT? his canary bird recently and has jeen
wothrinderty ommingnity, who have bevund t er since.s r A h $96 5 0 pae ts $5 5

e coMence i cMeisrs. Jack and Clifton Camp have c:
Id otbe completed their d Im boa t $5 5'
bdeen on a' std Incae firomth (Cre thot50 Rier 0s *....

Da v is 0 e r cen t speed at our place. Their hoa eboat ove. Ar ,
Pure Paint Is anchored here. under the care of
Capt. Dale. Crystal River s th lad to 8-

ago, Is today, satisfactory In all re- Miss Eunice T. Willims, managerI
seIt bids fair to last many years canarof the Dbirdon Horece, her ousln,d haiss
more. Burroug Lettle Brandon fTamp and Mip
Saturday for New York and other east- ,n d..v-s. I~,, ,g 11W
It ds me mun for pyeaur ray p er Inint to h for tim. be .e ome t
Miss Brandon will go from there to
good ^ fee s iys RI ICape Cod. -.
Davis 100 per cent Pur Paint ewll Mr. W. H. Epey. Twhoe has not lost 0.00 I I V8 5
stand the test of the most rid Pusare twato-fed he ys uer tllh care of dt
aint aw. For sale by the Marion iCs an many yea rs has de ide d to take
Hardware Co.,cal, a. a vacatione made His son. Theodore, who isn.

on the east coast extension payroll for ,
81ech50 n. month, has extended an ac-
IF $1 spot cash r sand Calle e podfts, to be aone for some time. ad b C

gd tr r m y mor cepteds Bnitatdon tio his father e to take
Davit 1e0 per cent Pire Paint Aill Mr. W. l. Espee. nho has not lost .

tMr. H. Hampton. attorney of a plesurtet e rps faro dthec post af dt
PaIt LaE. For D Hle by the brrlon ns an mmdy years, has decided to take
Hardware CoOcala, FCu a a vacCatn His AugsTheodore, who is
3150 IAr month, has eatndded an ac-

Ocala. will lead a large delegation son's expense. Mr. Espey will be gone
from the Brick City, for Shell Island about two weeks.
in a few days, divided between stags "For one time, bays, I can go home,
and stagesses.-Crystal River News. look my wife straight in the face, and
Gee! The "stages" is an important tell her the truth. But say I waat
addition to Florida fauna.-Ocala Star. two or three of you to tell her the F o.
Bless your soul! It's multiplication, same thing, for she won't believe me."
now, not "addition."-Crystal River This was Monday afternoon when Mr.
News. J. B. Cutler, one of the best fellows in
the world, broke ten straights at the GREAT DISCOVERY IN SURGERY
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN trap, and eighteen out of a possible
twenty-five. Mr. Cutler holds the re- A French Physielas Claimn he Can
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call- cord for straights, and only Mr. Hyde CuS Cwid b y Cutti" r
graph typewriter; worth fully $25; ahead of him on the score. Mr. Hydea erv ~Sel
want the room. Apply immediately, recently broke twenty out of a pos- Paris August L-- uch emotions au i dsI I
fIble twenty-five f and m anholy ae ovey b .
small nerne which springs from the
SIX WEEKS DROUTH human brain near the medulla shn- CARR(ES Aol-
FOR SOUTH CARLOINA Sat., the top of the spinal cord."
oro announces Dr. hinnler, a distisn -
Nm hJ M, Cal will be added to the fold ot removed the nerve ad so relieved
rb d o ITm3 M g~ state- rlde prohibition territory which greatly persons suffering frqm melnm-
now embraces well night all of the dholla and timidity.
soitthdastern states. However, the Other surons seem eal about
drouth in this state is to be tempor- the value of Dr. Bonle's covery'
sliude or a ,ary--unaless the voters In the twenty- But newspaper paragraphers and op.
one wet counties that are to hold local portuanty to discuss the posiaInity of
option election on Tuesday, Aug. 17th, turning a coward into a hero by a sur-
R C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. declare for perpettual dryness. dgcal operation.
will sell any make of second-hand "D "
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired. Don't waste your money buying "Can be depended upon" I sa e"x-
plasters when you can get a bottle of presslon we all like to hear, ad when OUSE Fs
MEN--Our Illustrated catalogue ex- Chamberlain's UnIalment for twenty- It Ir used In connection with Cham-
plains bow we teach barber trade in five cents. A piece of flannel damp- berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber ened with this liniment is superior to Remedy it means that It never falls to
College, Atlanta, Ga. any plaster for lame back, pains In the cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
side and chest, and much cheaper, complaints. It Is pleasant to take and nC- a
Look over our linae of toilet prep- equally valuable for children and

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Two wall tents wanted, f1 or talx.
Apply at. this o e im Wh
011 h3 e thi kllame wall be seen T A R
a loal a ,at the Ocala elepheoe Co.
This i jrty ft aneots. During the
2@ t W t '"'afat n Ows of the Robin Hood Soed Aprioo-,
Ocala Telpo company. a S teelicd Apriot
bas ever been burne I a re. A tel- No. 1 1- 15c.
phone nla yor home is oe of the best
pone fie and burglar proection Robin Hood Sliced Peaches,
Mr. Jack Walakr came tb morn. No 1 1- 15c.
tag trom Ustlake to do some shop-
pa Mr. ad Mrs. Wler ar golo NO. o1 B reakrfAt jiring Roe,
f awe to A~wel the last of the
wee, where they wmt l a cottage %c, for 2.5c.
e. la they Vr and Mr..Walker will
engage Id trubk famng.

town fturday ad Amftay, a guest of
M latest Bl GROCERY
Mr. V. L, dwards of Tampa is at
the Menta.ema.
SW 'Both the county commissioners and
:', I-T..ClVy of t. SL Pterbrg school board are in session today and
8 f. at the Mostmin. there I a great deal of buslsness before
S.both bodies and many visitors in at-
Mr. 8 . Mrrlaon of Leesbug I at tendnce.

FOR SAL -Parlor mlte of furniture
-* K.. SALI 1 1 ndy w it r 9 tl.M; cost 8n0 new: one large
, fI .ly at sls.l cook stove, good order, 5: lots of
a sa n 810 worth of pots for S5L0.
Mse Allie ad M an Yonge return- W. Cluar Ocala.
d Saturday alght froa a ten days
vWbt to roraves a Jalmovllle. Mr. C. M Thomas is temporarily
i* 111ng a position In the Ocala postof-
IM P* it-th W ood-natredM ae. Mr. Thomas recently returned to
Jtm. has rmegdm his position with the cala to reside.
Teapot and tak0 one with the 0. E
roMry. Mr. G. W. Sellers, who has been
taking a special course of Instruction
Mr. J. A Merrs, the painter, is In at the Ocala Steam Laundry for the
f JacWle visiting his past week, left today for Williston on
Sbusiness. Mr. Seller's home is at
SS therland, where he will have charge
D. Water Day went to Tampa this ea the big Southern College laundry.
msorn ing on bsns emaected with and came to our city to lean what he
the0,/Ds R d Company. oouM f practical laundry work at
what e considers, as thousands of
Mr. 3. P. ientu received a large W others do, the best laundry in Florida.
bue power Cadillac touring ear San-
day while he bought exclusively for Mr. George Rents of Edenfield, spent
hI-Ws ". ases. th Te wa w bought ianday In the city with his brother,
na Jaeovnle ad shipped down by Mr. I. P. Rents.

--Mrs. C. D. Butts and little son Alvle.
r M. W a Hooker wett to 08t0s of Rochelle, are visiting Captain and
yeterdy to tletmWc lga business Mrs. Tucker in the eastern part of the

Mr. H. M. ampton went to Croom Mrs. Guy W. Toph and little daugh-
ye!t lP fse he wl look afterter, Dorothy have gone to Tampa to
sme legal bu9ies today, spend a week with relatives.
r, Wi. Wi Jeffoat wet down to st- Mr. J. J. .Rush, agent for Frank E.
laa yesterday aftmno and spent Block & Co., of Atlanta, left this
the night wth friends morning for Jacksonville.
There~ were t arriv at the Ocala Mss Marian Dewey left on the Sea-
Hm yesterday. board today for Tampa, to spend the
week with her aunt, Mrs. R. S. Clark.
Mr. a2" Mrs. J. W. DItto ad little
eom.s ank Jr., went to S. Petersaur Mrs. Guy Toph. Miss Dorothy Toph
yfestry, where they wlB spend the and Miss Alma Hutchinson have gone
next an hit a a ottage to Tampa to visit relatives.
Mrs. J. T. Courtney and two children
Ir.. L P atteway of BroOevile, Is of St. Augustine are visiting Mr. and
Sot f0b tea Ola Hoe. Mrs. J. T. Simmons on North Main
M ers. W. M. Gobe and Conway ST-Bten Baptist church and
L -.of Danell were guests ,- t enB_ aw hit. e fan. ander


nter 0 -
aged meem ie sem' isw e k,
where they S play two es cm e
?meeift*e* Webaesead. ay, L
res thbs6e DaptoIma, where games
i -r.- aThursday and r ay..
-s,. who went to JacksNoville.
a-. P who played rst base for
Aiadea l st year. Is here and wil
behind the bet for Ocala. Those
who wish to go to Palatka or Dartona
should see Manr Bennett about
rates right kway. as the boys want
all the mal apport they caa get.
saturs- might at 11: o'clock a
0 0 10 ma reported to the fire station
that he hbad J Jst been hel up and rob.
S.beld by thre ma, who cut his clothes
M g 1 alhnot ol of him. He was a veritable
V mass of reds, as to wearing apparel,
Si-Mi R R an thee wa no doubt that his tale
was true. He was only slightly cut
by the points of the knives, his cloth-
Iln proteethag his skin. His groceries
That Le was arryls g home were taken
Saway ftoae htm. The police were no-
Stfed and were on the lookout for the
\/fj Hmm. -A hackman reported shortly
A' that he had sen the men and Polce-
ma Balbden took the trail. He saw
one of the men and ordered him to
halt. The ma was some distance Off
ad made good his ecape, the bullets
00& Ws '*dd the otefer sent after him only quick-
411610" --ftf 11 m 4 et hb speed. The police force and
B mllI w 4o r "M"nd O OW the sherrtfs office are determined to
I. s aim fw s d or P-t catch~ these miscreants and put a stop
to their devilment
& I C ol The Ocala Telephone company has
M a Mhad placed the transmitter of their
Phones throughout the city a card
7 bearing the following inscription : In
'' cas of fire call central and say 'Fire
*A~Nu I) PAni ff iat plug '" the number of the fire
plg nearest the phone being given.
SThis is a very commendable spirit and
..- will eliminate the uncertain method
-s'#r oem t t" formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
2, A =~"",ldk~1 l hg I ,@t t a tn and saying there Is a fire near
A emplo ** tr sW- -w!wa iSi OW John Smith's house. These cards
l-shouVol be kept on the 'phone so any
p. *. wone wishing to'turn in an alarm can
J OORHEAD. MGreadily see what Is the nearest fire
SI Mr. John L. Clayton of St. Peters-
bwr and Min Winona Long of this
city, we married this morning at the
p- rsoage by Rev. H. E. Gabby, of the
SBaptist chuemrck
_A card c from Mr. C. I. Blttinger, ed-
S t tar of the Star. anyone his 4 epar-
tore last Tuesday from Portland, Ore.,
for San Francisco, He says overcoats
Lmo w TeNTrW WANTED are a necessity In-the northwest

Mr. Charlie Flippen returned yester-
day from Watertown, Tenn, where he
has been for the past three weeks vis-
iting his parents and spending his va-
cation. He says he had the time of his
Mrs. H. C. Webb and handsome little
son. after a visit to Mrs. Webb's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Anthony, have
returned to their& home In Houston,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Staley have re-
turned to Ocala and are at home In the
residence on South Second street re-
cently vacated by Prof. Oottlieb and
family. Ocala Is glad to recover this
clever little family.
Sam Pyles, the young undertaker.
has returned from Augusta, Ga. where
he has been at school for the last few
months. Sam is now a full-fleded
undertaker. He told the Star reporter
he would take great pleasure in bury-
ing him at any time.
Miss Bobble Harrison of York, was
In town yesterday, the guest of Miss
Mattle Pyles. She went to Leesburg on
the afternoon train.
Misses Florence and Margaret Wal-
ters will leave on the morning train
tomorrow for Jacksonville, where they
will spend the day with their brother,
Mr. Harry Walters, leaving tomorrow
night for Newberry, S. C., to visit rel-
atives for several weeks, stopping oa
their way home at their former home.
Montezuma, Ga, for a short visit.
Major G. A. Nash will go to Tampa
Thursday. to sit on the court martial
which is to try Captain Moreno.
Professor Gottlieb. during the ab-
sence of his family, is making his home
at the Campbell House.
Mrs. Howard Hall and daughter,
little Miss Opal Hall, of Arcadia, are
in the city visiting Mrs. Hall's broth-
er. Mr. W. D. Graham. They will visit
Mrs. Hall's father, Mr. L. M. Graham.
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ay bere Ona Wh 4 mclk trbla sta
ake City via JwtDt tf wm be
wH won tb ya wNe ti so s noAir
Doae anayhow, as thef w be ,
feet of paiftres, at o the bt em1tr.
The OeaV m Rife Lqd left tai att-
ernoon tar the rife range at St Au-
utine. where they will -bot br the
state champlap on the 3rd th ad
R6h This the state cteptoep and
a squad from each eb mpr attem d
and com0etts. The beat hotsO tre
the companies are selected fbr tus
honor. Those who went tfri Oeat
were: First Lieet. Joeeph Be poet
adJutfat; .sCeaot C. J. LeAter: Ar-
tifcer J. L Bmith; Corporal Jedte G.
Smoak. Privates John Dea. ,W, g.
Gunn and Leror M ert.
Not ar-lTle 'phone has brned nl a
house in Ocala. A telephone s better
than insurae. In ease of brlars or
fire you need quick action. You gt
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates. ( per quarter In ad-
ance. Ocala Telephone Co.
Mrs. W. T. Mcnwaine and children
will leave Saturday for Latimer, C.,
where they will spend the next two
months visiting Mrs. Meiwalne's
mother, Mrs. Bell and other relatives.
Mr. Mellwaine will accompap y them
as far as Jacksonville and will go up
later to spend two weeks with them.
Miss Matte Pyles win accompany
the party and visit Mis Mary Bell for
a few weeks.
Messrs. George and Herbert Martin
accompanied their sister, Mrs. William
Wilson to Tampa yesterday and will
spend a week with her. Miss Pauline
Peace is assisting Mr. Martin in the
Ocala News company during their ab-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeCamp have
returned from Stanton, where they
have been spending several weeks, and
Mr. Camp left for Sanford to resume
his operations in celery. In some
manner the report was printed in the
Star that a Mrs. DeCamp would open
a boarding-house at the lake, and the
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Camp have
been *Importuning them to take them
as boarders. The matter caused Mr.
and Mrs DeCamp some amusement
and some annoyance.
Dr. Smith and wife do not expect to
leave Ocala for their visit north until
next Saturday. The doctor will be
away only a few weeks. Dr. Carswell
of Citra will attend to his practice
during his absence.
Mrs. S. Hall and children and the
Misses Williams, who have been
spending a month at Daytona Beach,
have returned home.
Mrs. L A. Carter and daughter. Miss
Artle Marlow, left this morning for
Pablo Beach, to spend several weeks.

Mss Maud Alexander, one of Brooks
file's prettiest young ladies, passed
through Ocala yesterday on her way
for a summer visit to South Carolina.
Rev. D. Bottolaccio left yesterday for
a visit to Palatka. He will return to-
Mrs. A. M. Lansford and Miss Ladcle
Lancaster went down to the lake yes-
Mr. Arthur Hall of Oklawaha, was
given a preliminary hearing this morn-
ing before Judge Bell on the charge of
an attempt to murder John T. Lewis,
Jr., and was bound over to await the
action of the grand Jury at the fall
term of the circuit court In the sum of


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This will explain why men who can-
not read or write have built up sub-
stantial bnt-deses They have made
ae of the power possessed by all, but
cultivated by very few.
The perceptie faculty must be train-
ed during childhood and youth. After
the completion of the twentieth year
very little progress can be made. A
grow man is unable to develop his
powers of observation to any satisfac-
tory degree. Youth la full of energy,
and that Is the time to Inculcate the
lesson that we should see all that our
eyes rest upon.
It should be the object of every par-
ent to teach his child to note every ob-
ject that comes In his way. When out
for a walk In a park the child should
be told to observe the shapes of the
leaves on the different trees. the pal-
ing of the color of animals toward the
under part of the body, and so on, and
should be told that when asked a ques-
tion on the subject he must be prepar-
ed to say that It Is so, not that he
tbhnks It Is.
All children have Inquiring minds.
and after a walk or two. coupled with
such 'instruction as we have mention-
ed. you wil find the child making
great progress and acquiring a quality
that will be Invaluable in after life.
One of the methods adopted by Hou-
din, the conjurer, for quickening the
perception of his son was to m.:ke him
walk rapidy past a shop window or a
stall on which a number of articles

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There s a erked Difereme Be
tm These Two Acts,


It Sha d b Cultivated Even In the
Meet Ordiary Thinse-A FacW ty
That la PI esda by All, but That
tl Owelped by the Few.
It is the hope and desire of all par-
ents that their children hall make
amOe ort tf a rk tn the world when
they grow up. They do not in the -a-
jority of cases expect that their off-
spring wl become famous and make
names that will live for ages. but they
cherde the thouagt that they will be
simenefl men and women in some
profesoln or business. That is the
keynote-that success shall be their
Yet it is a fact that most parents
neglect or pay very little attention to
one part of the child's education which
1 of the highest mportane They d
not traa the perceptive faeutles.
Power of observation will help you
more than anything else in your strug-
gle for existence, and yet there are
comparatively few people who are
keen obeerversr One small fact will
prove this hitter statement. The man
who observes everything, he who sees
P.erything be looks at, Is singled out
either as an Inquisitive person or a
clever oa. and this shows that he Is
an exception.
It is easy to give Instances of this
lack of perception even In the ordinary
things of life. Some years ago an art-
ist engaged in a London firm of print-
eca had to draw an advertisement in
which the central figure was a cock in
'the act of crowing. Nothing seemed
easier, but when he set to work the
rtl t found himself confronted by a
dULf ty-does the cock show its tongue
prominently when it crows? Every
one of the hundred men employed by
the firm had seen a cock crow scores
of tUies, yet not one of them could
answer the question. The artist had
to go to a friend who kept fowls and
chase the podr rooster round and rouvl
the yard until It crowed.
A achoolmaster, wishing to test the
perception of his boys, asked them
how many times they had seen a cow
or pictures of that animal and found,
as he had expected, that all the boys
had seen the creature more times than
they could remember. Then he offered
to give small prises to the bpys who
could correctly answer this question:
"Are a cow's ears above, below., in
front of or behind its horns?" Only
two boys gained prizes, and their an-
swers were gueswork.
Now sit down and test yourself'in
some such simple manner. You have
all seen a hone "down." Can you de-
re how it rises? ,Does it get up on
tt fore fee first and then on its hind
feet, or does it kneel first, then get on
its hind feet and finally on its fore
However, you need not confine your-
self to the animal kingdom in testing
tour perceptive faculties. Many sub-
jects will suggest themselves to you.
As an excuse for this want of obser-
vation it ti often urged that "a man
can't know everything" but the extuse
is a bad one. There is a great differ-
ence between knowing little or nothing
and knowing everything. 'hen the
faculty has been trained It requires no
more effort to note the points of the
object looked at than it does to glance
at that eame: Qbject and come away
none the wiser.
The chances of success in lif are are
the side of the man who knows cer-
tain thins because he has learned
about them by using his senses'Instead
of having to go to a book for all that
he wishes to know. Books are Indis-
pensable, as there are so many things
which cannot come within the range of
our observation, but wherever possible
we should use our senses to acquire
knowledge at first hand.

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.tVis Av M a Urr wb
'--.,bIek al /y el-r
i eat a aen 1- bEWP fan
Chaid PartrlMd 1 rCra Uiver Na-
ttves." They march from place to
place tl mufthq formattoa. Som ar
ry their Jyo ethers bear food. and
asooto and a ghting escort are always
on duty. Their coum loeks like a
log black. mk c wrtbg aleg the

They leave behind them a wel
former rod about four nebes broad
and half aa naeh deep. worn mooth b
the ted of the couatles throg.
* They do net bite when the sua Is
high, but woe betide the hapless wiht
who comes a their way at other timeat
While traveling thromh the bh you
oceeadotafy tad them to pomaei of
a section of the road. Perhaps you ar
In the midst of them before you dis
cover the presence of yoursmall bat
ferce adversary. The nrst man bitter
yells out somethlag meailai. "Ware
antr and wei al burry forward. stap-
ng vigorously. Thae of s upon
whom the little warrty hbare tstened
tea.' of our cloites and alp the foes to
death. My little blae horse always
wanted to turn back when he came to
Sa column of ants. My dog Bob, a na-
tie,'aed to dance like a bear on hot
bricks when the driver aats got be-
tween bh paws and had to be held
down while they were plucked out
"One night I suddenly awoke with a
feeling that something was amis. All
the bousehold pets. sch as nakes,
lards, rats, toads, centlpeds and sp-
ders, seemed to be bestirring them.
selves restessly. No sooner had my
foot touched the ground than I knew
what It was. for a feree bite told me
that the driver ants were upea us.
"On lighting a candle I found a col-
umn marching across the floor and a
whole regiment attacking my bed. I
reused the baistant district commis-
sioner, and eventually, using wisps of
bring paper, we drove out the en-
emy. Fire or hot ashes are the best
means to use for expelling them."
K. P. meet this evening.

A Bold Step.
To vevom the well-grousmdd ud
rssonmbfe c.bctl.ons of the more Inteld
ligent to the uw of secret, medicinal coa
pounds, Dr. I. V. Pierce, of IBufalo, N.
Y., some time ago, decided to make a bold
departure from the usual course pursued
by the makers of put-up medicines for do-
mestc U so .hat published broad.
east and op y to the whole world, a full
ad ompI Ist of& all the Ingremdents
teri i h co onof his widely
eelebrnd i Thus he h task
his troa and patients nto
his full nce. Thus too he hasr -
o I I f among secret
of doubProl merits, and made
Bo thisbo.Capda. sho
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The Huand Ordered It, dl His Wie
Crtielsad It.
On the midnight train rde fro
town where be and hia wire ad been
entertalaong one at his best patetas
at dinner and the theater, the alebu
ban doctor spoke bitterly:
"What -a dinner! And tt cot g 1.
The cooking In these big betel s atro
lous. They smear s aes over ever
thing. I suppose t s to hIde pd ms-
"It isn't the fault of the eooktig ta,
our dinner was a falurae. It was Ita
selection that doomed I"
"What was the matter with the -
"You should not have done fte or-
deting. You have year man cbhaa
for you almost every day tohe year.
It s the women of people ito o ei-
umstanmce who ougt to arrang the
menus at restmuratst Lsk what yao
ordered! Bisque of lobster- soup
with a body of thlik white ms
Sweetbreads-coked, as maua, with a
cream dressing. Virginia ham wim
champagne suce-a brown muce as
thick as molasem. Then fur dea t
you took a chance on pedmatg erle
Vlctoria--eand.d fruit and lady ft -
gern swimming In soft astard."
"Well, bow. I a fellow to know?
Lobster oup, sweUetreads, Vb
ha sand poudtaing RB e Vitortaa-
sounds ne1."
"But a wor know-s that It I'a
wretched c~me atl.a of ai e slM
dishes It s the womr a's duB l ty
to choose mnu for S days It the
year. 8he rs a good deal abat
selection. Yet when a sam of oy.
equal to a weeks food aapeuasa, I s1
be squandered on em diaer at a
hotel It Ia the ama who sals t he
menu and tries to look capab Be
makes a lure frequently, as yo did
tonight. It would have bee a plaV -
ure for me to order a fifteen dollar din-
ner-a change from amlpulating din-
ner for fo $. But men sal too
important a restaurant to abmt
the Imenu to her wives for as0ate

He Came Beek Har
That boy," sal thm BIlMvle efrm-
er, beata my tlmel Jest ow whan 1
quoted Scripter to him he com bhk
at me hard"
"Yeo don't sayr
"Shore! I told hm to git a he a'
toller the furrow. -That glM ta the
and.' I sad. An' what do yo eekne
be inade answerT"
"You tell It"
fatherer. he says, I don't eer ftr
the gold o' ths here world. ve laid
up treasure in heaveor "-Atlanmi Oa

~Ladd'r @1J-1 eJ iIs~m e Vs he
A24 of Same o thev. .e II e

meafts hihm et b.4dUdeft -i

redy to lmpm bi.L AMhi--U M
pma ble ia a l."
ordered stesma tb
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trwo to mew s a J

NGUse intl the ttomali e d SeQ
and -resins Na
do1 roewa tedo -jg te
Whain t6tb1 eald tuApo- =;=
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pw 4%Ptkamd d4'tw
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por 'tede sal poism th~" PI
traomtte 13 the r b land, Mi time S

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Fair Warlg.
Year after yer an old utmer had
listened t grim silence to the trants
thundering by hbb land. FPtin y
day, is patlec at dn end. he np-
ped his plow and shooL hi flt at the
paseing express
"To can puff an' blow a0 ye Ib, ao
rn ye." e cried. "but I'm g -to
ride ye tulrdayt -ver ybohudy

The ZOnse
Teacer-How may aomes arethert
mall Boy-Six Teachb -N there
are but fie. Howera. u may mane
sx If ye can. Smau Boy-TorrM
north temperate, sath tempeate.
north trig, sooth tigd h and a e.-
Chcago News.
xlA m..ta. hIow Law h have .-

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Dr. ice's older dcal Dscovery, te
mous medicine for weak stocmaLb pt
tiverorhblmosee and all catarrhal disea
wherever located, have printed upon it. t
p~Eun Aiha full and complete lit of
t ne tnredieats ompoin It. but a smadl
book has been compied ftre numer
standard medical works, o all the d4irenat
cbools ef practice, contalninr very numer-
ous extracts freo the writia or leading
gnctitUonesa of medicine, emdoring a t
',upt pom.ak kmss. a"Ch and rery lgre-
dieat contaed in Dr. Flee'as mediciS
O de tdU little books wll be ma led te
to av om sendinr add ren postal card oM
by letter, to Dr. L V. Plen Bunalo N. Y.
and rveuertin tdo "me Fnrm this ttle
book uit wI be landed that Dr. Plenwmwed-
leen contatn no alcohoL nasootlcs. maieral
raent or other polonous or Injurious parents
Sal soots of rreat value* saio that somu al
thbeoe valuable Inredleut a ontaned it
r. Perce's Favorite Prescription or weae.
meroa over-worked. "rtm-down." nervro
ad deblttated women, Ve emiored lg
yeams a by ta Indim for umnts
afeett tter naws In fact. a o fe o the
ot valuable medicinal Plants tersaljrto
the compositik of Dr. P.elra's ravouZzP
scriptioa wa known to te Indans as
s Vuaw-Wced. Our knowledge of theb
S not a few o our most valuabis natjv me'
didal plants was gained frm the Indians.
As made up by Im Med aed eact pro-
eeses tbFheFartto Pecriptloa'ls almost
eacient oredy for esulattrn all the woe-
anDir yfncta CcoretU dalac d enmt. t
"opsl anversm o and rtorvera
o""i"a painful period tokna up tle
WrvesabrinlOu about aPe vtst ea
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Careful estimates m .ae on all
contract work. rves more and bet-
ter -work for the money than any
other contractor in own.

"I hav used your ratAable c sear*ets aM
tshb pMrfsei. Vol'st do wlteot tm. I hav
used them for some I for idlgMtlo im and bi4
ious. and ulm ow eompletelr eurd. ieCon-
and tbem to e rryoW. nesr Ued. yo wOll
never be without sthw Im t family." _
Idward A. Mars. Alby. X.T.

Ber car

Pleawst. Pallte. rNleot. vneo..os. beese.
ever Slcken. Weaken o Gripe.'. se. fe. cewe.
oldM i bWIlk. Tho geuline tablet taftmpe C U .
Oeaulam ed sno e m or your monr back.
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A 11101t 111 ve4C eom V1101 by TWO

f~ea ,- O lS Aug;. A eloph lre
"at termuited Ia the muries oof
A .,-" ,"?ea fPeWa rw"ii '.'aaWa Mr. s C lmr P a ml, aThe
ass Yedn& .Aa f tr shes
'AM altl-ltse sher hoIw d she attaaeLd Mrs. P-

"L *. o,.=i sad c hlM u New York ,ad Ref- e- aad travelers delare that
S-elpe i Pe lreaary. Mrs. Pa lla the revolt is stil rampant 4 that
I"m a lnt 2seI to69--wd a" b- desperate coabats atU mem at B
.ple a bIr hmbsad agreed to Ble celekaL, where fitty revelatlemarie
Sto hk h1 of the pro1* wieoi r i, ohe w ield permit. ir are reported to have oe. weatrt

Sal 0"owjawmaM hs h t Bi B heo bmau. stooe u. ralls l the em1
:" -B -t i, *i ^ * k f- I- ^ fi lUD I X I --- I
':;.' W.'iH -f--Mm Ji- to R I -^ hf o a' e or ne &. rr-
48lTa 1t the wro0bl8tle 610 o"mmthey efore. Mtemuu sme on the oeat
Masp Wsagit the mase m mber Plttsbuer, Ag. 3.-Charged with from- the flstIer tis f rom vlu-
*. fel bl *i efi 15 the sale throwsbg arhues n acid ato the face: oirs afd theretn ar opms
Stinams. fer whet tt is taews of Petr are, with whom she i Js P suspo, m ore r-elsu e ate ai-
^**^***meBS to the ofI --t--hr- -W--- ay. 0~C diu e lead |to th --t a )-

a .i ..- -..s, is have bee aftu .ed. Ms todgh B arelona I alm th a
9l51 o_ S.l mt.eut *t took so l member of. a .promi. t family oA ,It a to rret
S, +g e la for eleies I0 the iit, to jail yesterday without lI te e d oa oa
hy -ld rmaip wet or jola their Paure was badly baured t' the a1it the nt Bareto a t ter

S' li ef the white ribbo camp. eyes sad cheeks, sad it i feared that e i t
Slrtat, It the folk I the de he might los the sight of one eye. s
S pes0ry euati- might hav Te a taste fiIi e f m M
Stl'a. of proe alts before deposttCg THIS WILL INTEaRET MOTHEM iuRS ra d th-rei r
mism. t mi -tr g -a ta, t e prob. tle stsen hadadd Into te fIac
^.^ .lt p'roved that ane 'dipeasaries Mother' Grays sweet powders for u all stataois of sfe. whine vtcgr ad
shall le two weeks before the chldae, a certain relief for feverish- vitality may have been undermined sad
elsetleas sad remain eloesed eat ness, headache, bad stomach. teeth- broken-down by over-wurk, esealaug
S* result of the lectias is kow. I. dsrdeWr, move sad regulate the woeal dea es, the teoo fr.em be ta -
SA howl west up from the wets bowels adt destroy worms. They hMildr, or otherease will ed La Dr.
SAttrae Oera~I ejon de ll- break up coi-a n 24 hour. They are Piek Favorite Premser Cpm the
e ia... opa- to the eet that so pleasant to the taste and harmless t aitgottg resteatiw. st.gth
the reslt of the eleetie hoi d otl a ah Children like them. Over p aedevkld tr thr sto the al
Sbe "k ows" until eeallHy declared yt 10 testma4ialst of cures. They I't N dstl he e, in a4i'
by the state hear of canvaers. never fall. Sold by all druggists, 25c. amg tes
Swhih ma s that eonty grog shope Ask today. Do nt accept any-. subst-i t
S .wil be cloe for at lea a oath. tutqil dt l
Asi Go v. As.el haa easerred -IO this IyRtN O fNd IbyA t
'Mopte, It steads that say attempt HARNES MENDED Ite ode nepara ared that e
Sto oP say l tmpemf df the Harness of all kinds mended t or new
vet Is meclnjly declared would ea-. parts made where desired. Also saw 'KfE1'Te who
t- se-.. t mea the dimiaml liln don e. Apply to T. Simmons at mater fn faet haN
f m o* f the oedita dispea- TplauLs & Cobb. stables. ache, daginda distemi ow dows
It y commi laa eersa.. narm eotoa st ponders I n h or sfrom pae. ull rre
l t a the eltoa each county rorin PIERCE-ARROWS WON eri nlar .ohly periods, gbawig or die
0J OW reon elo untl new, bedet, bad stomach. teeth- broken-downm by ahe a- -ork

as a n.ait a d it is admitt ed that a trspl, asene ma rerulate the mal duetiesbs ti d--or -
mber of theml will set the seal of Rweult f the Annual Reliability Au floatnel before es eaadl Id I
Idisapprol ao tm 111e ofS^ larte11* temebile Tour pelvir catarrel dina, pSS a
*^41" l w ate withst their borders. ae- e.. city 0 Aug .-PIerce- verton or retrTverslon or
Sm Att -wMa Cel amor l balt d". breast u o-, A,. 24 o PIrc Thtts of woman orgas from
Si "ilIreilnol" ustl e i aradall th cocesr with a perfect core, won man lyi a fe of thoe
Stse scat ol arId oI Mpate io th ta se a hy In the annual re- o n, find ref'r a i t cure
b I a tW py by a liability p to.ur of tho American Automoe lr tfaithflly
-te eRET po LOG -s bi IAco aac lldg to offrial ths wrfinv sitec heC flr Oas'W

.,- nn c t imael atniva tht. potaneculto.ia almAdenIta it l
OpeeAn Grench-e. Anse. h dloored Pierce Nth- syt e oa~ r te s
r. secret .Willam, won the wstop e.. mad_ t itho drop
SItir c 11 with a perfect satcore. ace. ho, Its mak R All Ito rid

pumI deal w the te blsed. IBt s ago Imer-Det 2, driven w to e fprm ntcire ofii Imas eSitr
t* i IN. e ofp MSerlane had dsted ea nt BHersso won thea Detroit ePP nd ne atted under oath. D
~ 'W Bet te en pota wiltes .e ande sr from ei, b erce athus mItes the fullMt lawv
Vr 0 1 maki wo t rd hu.ld Uts. g rtde pirsheret desired AlsotWre te be f toonta er s
ti 01144s eal Imate t111Y1WOl o done.s Apper to h. bT. Simmonts atD ffr fdro "eqnst h Derent hool *

seam r Wld Cr on s ply ones to fiih with perect *ctote maLrandr a a
^* o^ ttTmHoe bthae e dIn tthe o tiy m. rI YOU essfr cemWWs Da.euIarI
S. people. Kidney trble ha lhted t T Won yon want to know ar abot the
R.m. .. .... ... ., y li.fe for amoth.. wrte W .wudnuarttea from kidney. nd- eompcid tl and rWtonal endorse
3marmba- Of tm WM set ted. Ofr eof rewat trouble. bottle two mAu- ofthein a borte a crlpe o'Md

U Id i ALRICH IS ANNOYED oas, saMo.. ts for this remedy gle catarhl dSam

thimKURMay De I ct it te e*aetre IRONS ON TRIAL etr- d
JMI hech er T- asar Aug. ltae I will place an euegtrlc smoothing fo
s-a-e 3. oetad., E report faces" deea In t ronr"' o ,drven bin yu h. *onafPUNdastra, lUt uhllm Deu rulu I

eiate e acoet oaale Joke SEpaS orequet at my of f -c er by card 8i 4ufliU, Lju.Iuulor
ll UV he hliduhe ana lea- t coche prolrrt or phone. They are the the ,greatest *
.; ia \tite l g W t tic m ta tI ts the ila therop mn the annual re- w lomt* cm With tnd e Hotel O t
Oe a. to which is said to make reduced dutie dro nd n a few toSmo- u- -
e, a.; 3: p am bots sad aborn apply unly to shoes m te irn t. No smok tentSkloedall.TSpecial atteton ato
Seiu Ase scto hid 'ese dutiablen n- or dirt and it nly where it i a pea atten to
V h :sdrtesstha d h wasatd. N1 H. W. TUCKER. w rIc tr of tM cbeiCt _

\WlPleat maft yetey at w t e os-
Sthe talk of a oer rd ad that ACK IVE OUT CTRIC MAof
the language, the bWl oi exactly, a t co Its mT Hp: AND COLD WAT R
1 'OO _._.ryl derrrwhat e the c. But lereae agreed P lmety olt No. Readeer Have This
SSeator Aldrche was plainly worried tax the kidnqys-overwork .r and ETTednH. PrSUdtD4
aU3af|1 *t n .rvero the tuwn apalrns have taken. yHe o1e.p its
put the best hace pesaible on the mat- They can't keep up the continual
SAPPLICATION tr anr aU that tihe bill would rce-Arro trare. b d t on o t ba
S. threou the Betast aw soos as the ex- The bok gIves out-It aches and t. e J. P t I L
mas A piamtlhe had bees amde. ales; ... -----'-^
*$ d Tha tarif NW waas reets ed lI the UArnlr mb et ti
taos W tm the a e at 10 o'MloaC Don't wait longer-8takg Dean's Kid. -- o

s e--L e dlato w ly sicad t t b d debilitated n ad uatd nilme sts.* Dpthe erate a. "Ndt rtuwas read In flted and can say that they are a I
Raid"m We fo r '. wrTte r W."M.'lves" are arguing the superior kidney reme ly. My work 12 SouAnth Third aUt.
l atatle-pldeeig stte eatrs to briags quite ora restrain on the back l a. ID. OCAA. A
.~filL1~'" In .tjtt r hr s blo b k~tr _-_6 _# __ -Vo k- 16- th IrrateA

Sb oul them la deleatain the measure. and as a result, I suferrd.a great aeal ____ __
Sw -The ora a of the leader s tro i backache. I would become o
w ing- harl to keep thlag In line. laaa at times that I could hardly
S is pea e, b' t ilprobable that the straihtea and mornings upon arising.
IOk- i - ,t C ORN ~sntt aboot set ar found. tried I
, M l t rd With a. i'I m"-'gt w. The vie- laste-rs" ia liniments but the relief
I--I :4 1Ui'01b "Wuantw veo m ight be required to they brought as only slight and
mam t" att temporary. When I learned of Doan's
Sat sIMueastrs have declared they Kidney PILs, I obtained a box and
NI ,W Wod .pas the bI Wed lnday niht. found that they acted just as repre-
111ging tagrgg=e w adWo&nO Thaurday. Sea- seated. When I had used the con-
S-- W. r 1 BUe daled that it Is probable tents of this box the backache had
There will be a *Ib ~ata. He sid that passed and my back felt stronger.

iSFI I IIhe n Teral d eratas wald talk Plenty more, roof like this from t L W
drug store "T(d ask h their cwi. bo
FSw have deItlta agreed to vote for erreport.C
te or Prto Tey war amoBng the tea p, Fr by all dealers. Price 50 .
tam" afkt of m, 64 4 0"1 t- bill before ginag to cents. Fabter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Prost*u s aV I
Sealfere* s orash y 0 he wi vote New York sole agents for the United
lftI asa e a uethi t a sk au s h t"a Ml. It s Wrumored that States. o r g
. ht. eve deocts have decided to Remember the name-Dean's-and
veto the MU t la necessary ttake no other.
VJ rL O ase the Usa The leader. a ire, y
I I. ba eight to twelve majority. TWO BOYS iOWAhD
KIngalmad Ga.. Aug. 2.-Isaac BLUE WAGONS
...... ..- I BLU E WAGONS
aTAK NOTICE C Iarltm ad Roy Haddock, two boys
7- -- leach 16 years of age, were drowned C
Anl peseas atre commended toto while la batin in the St. Mary's
te Plr'sey' Kidney Remedy for river seven miles fropB here yester- NEVFFT A TAYT'O
rah .es.mawtism, and kidney day aftetaeoM. P
se bladder trouble. It will quickly
bWg se pr-ag easetd rhisary Irreularities, which, It ACTIVE AT P - -- -- --
s edgeaffit vea w ha. LbLapwia W, 1A- -- --I

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MM -e eminer.fmaow
ibmy to wmfta IM61

t he dium. -i %
sedshi uieat-Wt -R
dematism -am hof rI. Te helW $

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a" *wbwt w~omr.
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dead. hod Not b
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atrU of the iu m oc
wbo antd attbe-Jk WNW

by ta lod =19L Tb Old ban -m
dm& ~r I ~ lOC

is the only way to demrthe the poor
child that s talfeted with worw No
matter how muh or how oftes it eats,
the worms get an the s-nM naT l
from the food, the child ofts pretl-
cally. mne. Whites Cream Ver-
fuse gets rid of the worms ailey,.
easily and wits no bad after effects.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sd by all


apo e Pee liaab r uep a the

Wahigto. Au&. 3.-Lo, the
pouo red ma! Not oaW hl he be
driven from his native land. bat Ih
is also to be abolished from the
coiage- of the coa try, It the de-
and tor the new lanco I oeat con
tiaues at the present rate. '
Distribution of the copper coins
bearing the head of "Old Abe" In-
stead of that of the Indian whih
has orn'-weted them so logI, wa
commenced yesterday, with a brink
demand. The cents were coined at
the Philadelphia mint, but the Saa
Francisco mosey factory will moo"
add to the supply.
There are now more than 1,-
500,00 of the Indian-head coins
oysteuding, and the retirement will
be( slow, for the reason that the
banks will be required to pay trans
portation eharges from the .mit,
whereas the old peales, e amoauts
of $20 or more, are delivered free
by the sab-treeaurtes.
The LIanoln cent is the Idea of
former President Roosevelt, who
conmlo ed Victor Dresaer, of
New York, to design the pee.
A. I. Nsbaum, Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Ias year I suffered tor
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that t Interfered with my
business had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and.a doctor's pro-
scription did not reach my eas. and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It. Fortunately I

Insisted upon having Foey's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly curd me.
My wife hba since used Fol y Honey
and Tar with the samm success." old
by all dealers.

Tampa, Aug. s.-Ths city is to be
the sese of a general court martial
next riday, at Which time Capt. U.
A. Mores, recently suspended freo
duty as a military oecer, will be a
rained. There are twenty-three
charges and forty-six spedications
against this gentleman, and It is
likely that the court-martial will be
both a long and tedious one.
The outcome of the court-martial
will be watched eagerly. For many
months past affairs haveIgose from
bad to worse in the local militia cir-
es. Only recently Capt. Max P.
Mortts, In an Interview, declared he
thought it best that the troops at
this point be mustered out of ser-

It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civi war
veteran, of Kemp Tex. that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death.
"I contracted a stubborn cold" he
writes. that developed a cough (hat
stuck to me, in spite of all remedies.
for years My weight ran down to 130
pounds. Then I began to use Dr.
KIts New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
173 pounds." For severe eolds, obsti-
nate coughs, he....hagtes, asthma
and to prevent pr-- t'sa I un-
rivaled. 6oc and L. Trial bottle
free. G---runtwd by all drugists.

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et re Haute Id. Aug. .--The peo-
e whoedead are burled In many
Sgraveards south of TIrre
Sa yigo ad Sullivan counties,
am bIIl- by the discovery that
gundt hbogs have been ghouls. The
salmin have burowed into many
Siaes ep baeM ef the dead were
sltrtaw the eusrface. The peo-
ai trg to top the ghols. Wat-
rha e o pe Id Into the holes.

iI Justi .eeetvd a lot o the
*^ Uscetd Hagopsmte 81as shades for
lUt Thes shades Increase
S -rI ) It power 75 per cent. Try
RtF. W. Tucker, the electric up-
$ m-N .

leW PICaw emBi A

UII Nertas"

(FuPl BeeL)
DREAM 8PeaL. suS
(Hand Painted)
AdminioM, 10 a d 20 cits.

.. ,,,o n
*doons on
Oe tl aoc

ba.nt flia that lead of
sud e n
Swe a tn eom ag ast
,.i- ant a Slar. but per-
S e was u tried
g re gil ac the pie. ad tfonad
hL -adL no w s to may a
,-a sas t .he anl was tI happily
tm o to *a a $al, the justiee
Mt ee that he could do anytthin
t smemA tr to bhe hna, immed-
CaA Buckshot aiund some of his
sda, whe a.e u- y full of
hiphsiry, th6gh8 it was rather rough
ai the hlay to be hag tfr such a
NNer ase sadM ashed the judge to
e. the e as au intf the follow-
reasnIn, after esuoars train
el --itned tatalS. S.Buesaot west
Sthe s security, eatrinrgo be hung
Slihr sad- tf she didnt appear.
lrWhether the jdge was also ebipus.,
r helped to have BuWkshot ngI .
d St apear, oa the records-at any
beo ase se to the request.
Captam Bck and his friends made
sae ue of the reprieve. They made
a diua. the capital aSrad had a
masm we mean-and he
ht .wam-a e MsL. Backshot's
A who She wasn 't W looking and
t. at for the execution they
d iAd ap a proxy fuly adequate to
de ls rimandle of Jsie."
The amcaUs n-took place by moon-
gat d'Inr t oak oane
vtwbswe sArS-ee a. branhebes serv-
a tgalows. The tMol nerM stood
S rt)rote.a ed fyhlch was at-
taied to i mb a g~e other bad
oisii||l ttach to
Ih -~ek of 'the L A mall
-9iBw aof etat lor w e peft at a
eCovalent distance by the offieers.
TI supposed carimal approached,
leaflg is was to be expected, on the
mat of CaptaIn at hot, who acted
ai her at ired. It. was natural
that should be so overcome by
emis that she had th be almost car-*
ited and supported'whbih she stood on
the biwket, turned upside down, which
rWNl a hr to a covenlent height The
AMtal moose was eptwined, the execu-
lr-ner kicked the bucket, and the lady
Ie w#ho t a struggle. After the
rI r iI had aped. the remains
Wre eut debt md tamed over to sor-
Iwld tMriend, aadI it should hap-
pen that the jstlce ever meets the
Smamlea Is this world, he can liave
'o. t elaw has been


Tkh iaeris of this paper wll be
to lrn that there Is at least
ea dreaded disease that science has
&W Waele teur in all spges, and
"t Is cetar. HSalFrs Citarrb Cure
t he ely pasitive .cure .new known
t. -a ecal raterim t. Catarrh be-
S aoeastltutiorna disase. requires a
Iaitatil'treatm .L HaIrs Ca-
thrtik re Is taken ts rly, acting
otlyS upot theia s6i'ad mucous
di oes 'el f the ystem, thereby de-
fy the Mi.datlha of the disease,
Sgthe patient stretch by
gF th tiO~Stltuflfu and as-
Satare it doing Its work. The
ifL~s ay s-much fa ith in its
eia* I powers v t the offer One
lsN Dollars t hi ciw that it
a' .to cure. lentY or It 'of testi-
AYrs. RE Cheney & Co,
UhMde, OlIt'
M hy T dristas 75e. Take Hall's

Met a sgle phioe has burned in a
hem Ocala. A telephone is better
than bhesrane. In case of burglars or
Are yu need quick action. You get
that day or alght with a telephone.
3>Leo rate, $t per quarter In ad-
pnse. Oata Telephone Co.

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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--wait for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult su about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY.
Eyesight Specla lst,
Oeala. Fta.
Offee bours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4: 0 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
For $10 spot cash second-band Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $26:
want the room. Apply Immediately,


Mr. W. B. Johnson, of the Martel
Lumber Compan". returned from North
Carolina the past week. where he had
been getting his family settled down
In thefi beautiful summer home for
the remainder of the summer and fall.
SThe little people of Martel, Cotton
Plant and York had a pleasant lawn

200a apWliS-e'additiMWs

are rapidy erowding the MW Met et
the ses ot ibo r.

darlt the ast two weies women in
the arl'eht we en q uite as

work wensand frmelirs i whobelral
them employment t ha been satsed
Whom the NeWasU mall grain bar-
vest opened there wag a great sbart-
age of male help. Wages started I at
$2 a day, advanced to S *, and then
climbed up to $S Besides this, there
was board lodging and washin.
ven the $3 a day did not attract
the ity men. The labor ageces of
the itdes were appealed to In vain by
the farmers.
WaiPmes Gave Flo amers T ip
Out In Beatrice Hery Wileson. a
dtfrer, reside eight or nnae mnes
south of town. drove ina oe day. Ha
needed four aes for gatbhrf*g and
shook g what and he needed their
- He found a oen men sitting I the
shade f the trees of the city park ra
proposed that hey a bn and work
for him. oferinl $3. a dar. Not on
of them would go. They wanted the
money, bet they did't want the, the
tepphig in at a lunch center to get
a cup of cofee before goin baac bome,
Wilson told his troubles to Miss -ean-
nette Allsoa aw waitress In the ea b-
"Why don't you hire girls?" she
"They would not go Into the harvest
fel and they wo uld not do the work if
they could," responded the a er.
"Try them vea trend the girl. "a
me the same wages you would a man
and I will go. Besides, if I do not do
the wQrk of a man I will not charge
you a cent."
eth ovation dProve one dy. Bes
A bargain wa struck and not only
did iss Allison ride home with Pr-
mer WI son that n eight but ear of other
girl frfbads went along. All forenoon
the next day they shocked wheat and
when noon came they appeared to be
as fresh a eIn the morning.
During the afternoon they followed
the machine and at lnght ctrmer Wil-
son told his ife that he had never
had harvest ainds that did better
work than the foe girls.
That night the nearby farmers who
were short of help went to Beatrice
and other nearby towns, where they
hired at of the young women who
would agree to work In the graln fields.
Omaha Apsney Makes Appeal
Thean the word was passed down to
Omaha that it they would work young
women could have emphoyt ent in the
harvest fields oft lGge county. An
temlot ent daency "tet wioc to th
emdavment aiencp *'eat *wim t< th

party at the residence of their preal- propoltlon and Inserted this ad In the
dent, Mrs. H. W. Long. Saturday aft. daily papers:
ernoon. These bright gems cor-ms- YOUNG WOMEN Wtd.-One hundred
Inl the L. T. L's. of Martel are the young women to work hn the harvest
coming manhood and womanhood of fields: wages $3 per day; board and
their respective localities and were washing.
chaperoned by Mesdames, Bate Steele, The next day that employment
of York. Belle Tucker, of Martel, and agent did a big business. He was
Miss Carrie Barco of Cotton Plant. "swamped" with applicatt and they
Rev. W. J. Nease preached soul stirr- were all young women. They got the
Ing sermons at St. Johns church Sun- trial and they "made good." They re-
day morning and at Martel In the aft- malned with the farmers until the bar-
ernoon and evening to appreciative au- vest was finished, ad many of them
dences. wilU continue during the stacking and
The third quarterly conference for hayiS, receiving from $L75 to $2 a
Martel circuit will be held at Morris- day and board.
ton, August 8th and 9th.
Friendship lodge No. 53. F. F A. M_ GOOD JOBS FOR MEN
at its regular communication Friday
evening, July 30th, was honored with GCVrantn.' Needa P aste ee.Clr
the presence of a delegation of six Carries and Mail Clrks.
members of Marion-Dunn lodge of Slary O) to X00
Ocala who, In automobiles, escorted Why don't you work for. Uncle Sam?
J. Bryan, of Terrell, from Ocala to eight thousand positions are to be l-
and from Cotton Plant Under the ed The pand po are to be hours sho
head ol "Is there arn)thing for the ed. Tbe PrY Is hlrge; the heo" short;
good of Masonry" Messrs. Brown and you get a vacation, with pay, every
Young of Ocala, briefly gave the statB year, aad no ay-onm n t any time.
of the new Masonic temple and public The government wants men over 18
hall to be erected In Ocala at once, y to take m tmo,
which is to be a two-story building, edcatlI, on Nov. 17 tor tis
the ground floor to be used as a public .vicinity, on Nov 1, fo positions
hall, which will have a large and corm mentioned above and the gov-imnse
modious stage in the north end, the civil service Inattuctors, with their ex-
second floor to be used as a Masonic pert knowledge of the exadnnaton can
hall, and by other societies. The build- prepare any maa to pam In a few
fag will be up-to-date In Its architec-weeks.
tural construction,, and supplied with reader of the Star who wishes
modern conveniences, the corner stone to wort for Uncle Sam, can get com-
to be laid during the month of Oc- plete tree information how to prepare
tober' for the Civi Service examinations, by
The eldest member of Friendship writing the sOveatkuent Civil Service
lodge rose In his seat and in substance instructor, Dept 147, Rochester, N. T.
said: "For two reasons I rejoice In the
certainty of the erection of a suitable MULE FOUND A MINE
home for Marion-Dunn lodge, with a Hot Springs, Ar., August L.-Rich-
public hall as mentioned. First It sl ard Herner's old white mule is about to
my mother lodge, in which I first re- become famous, but he's not interested
celved Masonic light, September, 1880. In becoming celebrated. He's busy
. as the only living member of that nursing some bruised plaes.
lodge who at that thne comprised its The *ld white -mule steiped Into a
membership, have all along through hole and then fell through into an ex-
the years from that time to the pres- tensive cavern, which geologists be-
ent' tine, rejoiced with it in its pros- lieve is the famous "Lost Louisiana
perity and sympathized with It In its Mine," which was a wealth producer
adversity. Especially when the build- for the Spaniards more than century
ing it occupied was destroyed by fire. ago. The mie has been lost for more
When this building s completed. Ma- than a hundred years.
rion-Dunn lodge will for the first time Herner was driving the mule to the
in its long and eventful history, own plow In his field when the animals
Its own Masonic home, and can then hind feet began to sink. The more he
sweetly sing, 'Home, Sweet Home: floundered to try to get out the farther
There is no Place Like Home.' down he sank until both mule and
"Second. The building wil be an plow disappeared into the cavernd
ornament to Ocala and a convenience | Herner narrowly escaped going down
to the Masons and people of the county also. Herner procured assistance and
at large. Ocala being the county site was lowered Into the cavern. With a
of Marion county, the people generally block and tackle the mule was extri-
of the county should realize that what cated. Herner says he did not have a
builds up Ocala reflects beneficially to good opportunity to investigate the
the interests of all the people of the cavern.
county. Especially is this true in the Prof. A. H. Perdue, Instrugtou in geo-
erection of public buildings." logy In the Arkansas University, Is
The worshipful master of Marion- preparing to explore it
Dunn lodge being present,, in behalf
of his lodge extended thanks for the People with chronle bronchitis, as-
foregoing remarks. thma and lung trouble, will fnd great
C. Y. Miller, a broad-gauge, progres- relief and comfort it Foley's Honey
sire man and Mason, without solicits- and Tar, and can avoid suffering by
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I wrSft.M A eigIhtwoen pelallts. Conameratory advantages In Mu
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lara chills and ever. Price n bleached bones, claimed to have been A. M s ben Tampa fr SAM e
Mr. N. L Gottlleb went to Dunnellon per bottle. Ask your dealer; hell taken from the wrist of the mother of the past two days ob smasn with wim Li
today to enlist recruits for the Fra- probably know. Mary-have marvelous curative prop- some of the commission houses. d
ternal Union. ertes when appealed to In a spirit of lo I
Mr. Charlie Carter of the Jackson- devout piety and unfaltering faith In We are showing the beat 32. bMo of or"
Mr. R. B. LIndsey of Anthony, one ville and St. Petersburg run of the the efficacy of pryer, writing paper that we have ever hl IaIe
of the cantaloupe growers of that sec- Coast Line, was In town today. He I The little French mother's face was and If you want the entire value O at
S tlon, was In town today, off on his vacation. aglow with bope and love. Her your quarter, don't all to buy this ft ih
strength seemed almost superhuman the Postofice Drugstore. .
Try a box of that s:anhurn cream, DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the a she made her way through the
Sfor sunburn and freckles, at the Court pleasant safe, sure, easy little liver throng that pressed against the steps Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mickle of ta.- l
Pharmacy. pills. A salve you may always depend of the church and trailed out across ton, are in the city today, guests of g a -
upon in any case where you need a the street the Ocala House. al
Messrs. C. D. Dennis and 0. 0. Gay salve, Is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Her baby, aged four, had never I
of Gainesville, are guests of the Ocala Hazel Salve-especaldy good for piles. walked. Its face was beautifully Mr. Pedrick of Dunnelmon la Ia thea
House. Sold by all druggists, dimpled. Yellow curls protruded from city. Yr. -
the white cap that covered Its head.
WANTED-4 or -roc-m cottage In Your prescriptions when left at theThe mother crooned to the baby boy Mr. E. C. McLeod of Kendrck. is la I
health neighborhood. Apply to ourt rmac, are a she pressed forward toward the town today. '
lthar neighbohood. Apply to court Pharmacy, are compounded door of the church. The baby's par-
Xrom pure and fresh drugs. Phone alyzed limbs lay limp and motionless Mr. P. H. Nugent of Candler, wasn y. ,.
aMessrs. l call for and deliver your pre- on a small ironing board, upon which town today. be dwJ
Meors. F. J. Auslcy and J. M. Bry- scriptions. the mother had borne her preeious
an of Thomasvllle Ga., are guests of
the O a e. burden from the fareast side. Mrs. B. B. Ricker of south Lake Mr
the Ocala H Fellows meet t t. 'In a little while my darling will be Weir, was In town today. bI
Miss Noble Youngblood is back home --- like other little boys," she said in h .
again. She has been the recipient of French, as she kissed the dimpled Mr. A. St. Amand. of Tamp, Isa a i.
many lovely attentions during her visit cheeks. "You will be touched by the the Ocahs H Mr. U t lt thr
to Dut.relics of the good St. Ann, mother of Amnd is
the blessed virgin, and you will be wa a he nobi mb e
SThe pride of the Court Pharmacy li uared." ern Barray C9. the US nris V

S The prie of the turt P ytor I ws s hen 2 clock In the after- ery and supply hou A .
its pres.erption department Purgses a then re T 'he the a- p aitu 9 ft1
- roums only are used. which are select. noonh. he mother, with .er priest r Ba In mind w'e cwrry a tal6 Ba I*
stoed. bmen of experience. chare had been the Jostling crd relic taf ords C arte r, n b;
many hotrs A half hour more d _a&La* a -A*
she stood andbuoyant and con- s, u mpny.
r. Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Carswell, of Citra, seveor e -- his.. priest ol mn man
who have moved to Ocala to reside, fdent before the priest, solemn and
were guests of the Montezuma last severe in his robes of offc ePressing
night. the lpless baby closer to her boeom, IM
she said her rosary. With trembling
If the glare of the sun hurts your lips she kissed the glass case in which
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses lay the relies. Then she put the glass
from us for 26c. The Postoffice Drug- to her baly's lips, and the priest rub- J rm'"ki
store. bed the receptacle of the sacrred rieli4-cs4K
on the shriveled legs of the ehild.
Mes. Tom on of Wlliton and As if floating on air the little mother i
l W. K Lht of Cadla are made her way to the nearest exit lL
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thnorl sight oamental psees Am arwing
Callon t th e oaea whle mother seh n t t oar n t b di g w m o '.lil:l
Mr. I& D. CW"r.4 Waton niae aour mev P"* of a e Tb E AI P 0 4 T.4 I /:

o or domes wa cre any Ce beig built over and arold i ts od a r ,ar IrI aI m .-be ,_i45'
Sof Chlis sad Fever. Price 2t. Wben asked what they wol d* i tt he- -te .eat. rad !.
town ever wot dry. the Mers. Ca- IN CAME OF a in
Mr. R.W.. Pergsn of Berlin was a mcael stated that th7e wruld ."nd a" 1ear i o b
bsine sitor i town today. plenty of use for such a buSrdlg. It be-. he o --e on a B 'l
t ing so well located It would always be had bc d bte t m .lt. a r.W thb
Have you sen the picture pazle a good investment. 'b CtWe S y a 0 ow-.r.
Spot cards at the Ocala News Co? bearig the fdlewta MeiriptisM -I
A letter from Rev. B. Wmarre. a f c- o re caci--o anyl a d san iy a i-r- --t -- .
Mr. D. U. Carter af Inglis Is at the rbho is now visiting his mother ia Ma- a plug thembere the Aref te tbrb m Mn.
Ocala House. con, Ga-, says regarding hib visit to p newest the re bein BraMoth n o w ft
- TOcala from Gainesvlle. about ten days Tiis a er c maal s bert L Crw.L ad. o *f
R~-Volet TaleWm, 2c. the bottkl ago, which the Gainewville correspon wil -m en te the u nc rtainepos at the a
at the Postaoffe Dragstore. ent of the Times-Unio considered fomerl ae of cl- Workad thehe i ysag
such a darksome mystery: "My con- tonm ad saayig there is a a a# t r i
Mr J. M. Hewtt, of LeeAburg. Is a in to Oala was not mysterioa, no John 8mitht' hoio m e l Cards
o guest of the Monteumna. was my leaving Oanesvin e nebulous In should be kept on the 'phse so ay AT TH
r- the last degree. Harry Saw dropped m e wi g to tar Si a imi A ma
There were 4 arrivals at the Mon- In at the morning service. consented readflly see what is the nearest are
teums. to take the evening hour. in view of Thre wl be tw aasuet at e
O- two letters handed me by Will Dale. __Dam thisog OOf a Ci tr
Hampton's Magazine for August at calling me to Ocala. If the trip were at to Omia peple a Oefta
(cala News Co. possible. So I left full explomentioms tatra m" at te Other ll-Mr'
with Shaw and Dale and hied me e TIe art 1ecase ON&
Mr. Harrison and s a of Flemington. thence." people have ebeee inf t
Were visitors to the city today. rgars who have ba
Government Architect John Younge tl wold ma the -h a I af aon-
Peroxide Cram, for the complexion. has moved his office to Gainesville pd Spw--re IFr ll i be terlg a lhoI e w ha -n -
at the Court Pharmay. when his family returns from the ready for theM, sad ather haee
mountains will reside there. Mr. TO S AL the a-lgit oC Me o r g-
Mr. Will Tyson of Gainesville. is a Young in now superintendent for the dad in snoW wal be
S uest of the Monteuma. government over the construction of Ow.
Gth Ocala, Gainesville and Femarnandina ih M - 4e il e s Ia f- il -
M Nunnallys fine candles tresh every federal buildings. He ha. rooms at the- no come t Mr. Tebor -ee a
Week only at the Postofflce Drugptor-. Perdue House, when In Ocala. 1 0 Y visit from the s~- war t t ta
Stoeaorrow, when am a wI
N. P. Myers of Esmeralda, Is at the FOR fALE-Parlor suite of furniture probably be ae Ser i-w the 4
Montezuma. for $12.50; cost $t new; one large mal l fi thf snurw.
cook stove, .ood order, S;: lots of or, ...
SFOR RBZNT-A large pasture close flowers In $10 worth of pots for $12.L. LVAJL L L ar cY SEVEN AYS MORK O 1 irM
In. Apply at this office. W. H. Clark Ocala.
Shermr GaBowbay nas 1extwelh dh
Mr. E B. George of Lowell is a guest MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex- TENTS WANTED death warrant t r Albert aL
of the Montezuma. plains how we ttach barber trade in negro conaed la te Mlar
efew wekr. mailed free. Moler Barber Two wall tents wanted. 8x1 or 8x12. Jal nder seatuee of death a .
Mr. 0/B. Watson of Jacksonville Is College. Atlasnta. Ga. Apply at this office. m urdr of base ra t, >the
a gsest of the Montezuma. preacher kfled at Martl iW h t. raA .
T Look over our line 9f toilet prep- A REMARKABLE RECORD Draft's wife asoe math age. The
or doeea 6 wll eure any cans aratlons. We are quite proud of the Esewhere in this Isse will be aen time of execution is at ar maat Trm
Sof Clls and Fever,. Price $e. fine stock. Perfumes, powders and a localad of the Ocala Telephone .y, btwem 1 sl 2p. a. -
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & ThisIs worthy of note. Durig the
Mr. O. H. Cantrell of St. Louis .is at Company. 20 years of operation Ocala of the rspil dal at a_- ,
the Ocala House. o hissrpiritual k mi dloe an ft. -
he aFOR S.LE--300; auto buggy, Ocala Telephone company, a telephone iutua dona
Mr. A. S. Porter of Cincinnati is at inch wheel. solid rubber tire. 20-horse- phs never n ur e ome I a ire th best
the Ocala Bouse. power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather polble fire and burgra p A rNEW TRIAL FOR IL
-----..- top; refitted with new parts. Box l47,
Edwards' meat market will close at Ocala, Fla. 7-6-tdltw SPECIAL kARLY BREAKFASTS The ttorya bOD I ha D th
3 p. m. on Thursdays. widow oa Rev. Isue Draft .-. S i".
For Indigestion and all stomach Tose whling etra earty break- tsce o e Im i rom a at .-
Mr. O. A. Cheney of Atlanta is at the trouble take Foley's Orino Laxative as fats e angct same at the k Cafe, as complice o Albert Sihth im te a
Ocala Houe. it stimulates the stomach and liver -'as 4-.0 if theyd. der of her buaban4 have s da w
and regulates the bowels and wil pos- trial for the woman. 'a 2 iUe ri"a l W
Mr. W. B. Gllagher came in this Itfvely cure habitual constipation. Sold HOUSES FOR RENT wim occur at the aext term et tlhe ir.
morning on the early train, by all dealers. cult ceurt.
Modern cottages, n t oimaime,
Miss Genevieve Smith left today for Mr. George Moore of Alexander City, wel lkcated ad new Apyp j to a COUNCIL MEETING TONiNT
a visit to relatives In Illinois and In- has arrived In town and accepted a po- -ph EIL a ot Ioi.
dlana. sition with the Anti-Monopoly Drug- The city council will mat |Iiht i
store. Mr. Moore is a pleasant young PAN BARGAINila A teibr dat dadeae *
LOST-;-etween Baptist church and mar' and a skilled pharmacist. the board is ta
Oklawaha In.,, a white fan. Finder An leght-Inch Westinghosne electrte
please return to the Star office. The prescription department is the fan that is positively guirmattea to ODA FOUNTAIN FOR I E
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy burn only three cents worth of eke; "-'--
Mrs, M, L. Reynolds has been quite reliability, promptness and pure drugs tricity in ten hours steady rnnihg. A tne soda f talta fgr sale: et e
sick for a few weeks at her home on have made this department of oaur See them at once. W. Tucker, the $3: will take $10 oth i r It. Ap
North Main street business one of the largest In the ectrial supply man. ply to A. M & rhr,
country. Send us your oreberlptlons.
R. C. Davis & Co. of acksonvflle, Tydinms *": Co. A PITIFUL DISAPPOINTMENT ROOMS FOR RENT
handle allk typewriter ribbons, 75c. A IIU IA I
each:; 7.0 per dosen. There Is no better stock of fine Grief of a Mother When the D Eeant nshe fr e t fm
writing papers In the city tan we ait 8 Faile toC the wisteria. Apply to M H. H. *lC
Mesrs. J. T. Wilson and O. A. Daw. carry. Come in and look It over If Her *2 Jones. -
for son, of Jacksonville, are guests of the you want something really nice. Ty- r Yk Ag A-ti
- Ocaa ouse,. dlns :o. Nw York. Aug. 3. A llttle ]P.r c r nNO tucII--
Ocala ouse. dings & mother, hugging to her breast a baby I
is. FOR rTbtr-V-urnished rooms, two Mr. G. W. Wise. representing Lea- of wOndrous eyes and shriveled legs. Ten years eaxplatles. t CL" 1
h- blocks from square, modern conven- lie's Weekly. Is In the city, a guest of pushed her way through the denwe y musle teacher ia Ocsats y
lences; 24 Watula street. the Ocala House. Mr. Wise has quite crowd that, from the rising of the sun euic house In Jacksoevigu. 'Phea
a nice offer In connection with his pa- unt long after nightfall, surged i m. . cty -
Messrs. W, C. Knight, Crystal River per that he is making to our people East Seventy-sixth street in front of
- and UR Knight Clearwater, are at and is meeting with success wherever St Jean Baptist church, between Lex- If you are looking for prnlamt a IdmP fo
the Montenuma. he goes. ington and Third streets. efficient service, send a year pr, g
In the church repose what the faith- scriptions, or 'phone us an we wS ~g
We have the nicest line Bf hair There Is no game law against any ful of Father Le Tellier's parish be- send for them, Nothing but the beat a
brushes, combs and other toilet artl- one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL lIeve to be the relies of St. Ann. They at m Postoftce Dragstore
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steps below as of several men passing
ot of the place
"Hello called a voice.
"Welr.asked Mr. Owens.
"We got 'eBm"
"DM you? Thats good."
"We're taking 'em of to the station
ow. You'll be wanted In the morn-
ig to appear against 'em."
"All right I'llbe there. Say, would
you mmd looking around down there
ar key and tooing It up to me?"
"Of coaue I wll"
The light In a dark lantern was n-
covered and moved about under the
window. After a few minutes' search
the key was fou and a tossed up to
Mr. Owens.
-Good night" said the man. "Don't
forget o be at the station tomorrow
at 10. You'd better go right down-
stair and lock up."
"Are you sure," called Mrs. Owens.
"that you've got all the burglar
"Wel, there might be some of 'em
hidden somewhere. Better take a
This settled It for Mr. Owens. His
wife watched the key from him and
threw It Rala out of the window. It
was 8 o'clock in the morning when
refuteIg any longer to remain a pris-
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the -a rcas va ther casem. went
BIsB They had barely tured- up
doe s h as te meed eer when they
heba a samd below. Mr. Owes de-
meeue the staircase to learn the
M anRd at the bottm met a man.'
"Wo are you, and what are you deo
ag hem?" shed Mr. Owmens.
The maw put h fi eager to his lips.
"Be qauit, he said i a whispeL
'There ae burglars In the house.
"But yo-bow did you get tor
"I am a potieman n plat clothes.
I esme ti through the same window
as the burglar"
Mr Owens. fearing some danger to
her hsMand followed him downstairs
and asked what was tph matter.
"Burglars" whispered her husband.
"Great heavens! We shall all be
m lred.m
"Not whie Pr here, mad n" si
the poleema, "and If yMo'l only keep
quiet Ill bag them alL Go ustair
and leave them to me."
Mrs. Owen ran upstairs as fast a
she could o. Mr. Owens would have
remained below to assist to the $cap-
ture. but his wife called him and
threatened to go down again It he
didn't come up. The polieman told
him to go and keep her quit. So Mr.
Owes followed hs wife upstars and
nto her bedroom, wherabe e locked
him st with her and took the key out
tof the lock.
Mr. Oweas remained eohIai.uarately
passive for some tea minute, oc-
seaaty Isteenig. Hearing mufed
uads below and pot liking the idea
of the u ctemptble position he occr.
ped, he demand the key of the bed-
rom door. of his wife, that he might
go down to me what was going on
ad take part t it necessary. Mrs,
Owea, terror stricken at such an
evet and fearing that her husband
would take the key by force rushed
to the window, lifted the sash and
threw the key out Mr. Owens uttered
an exclamation of dissatsfaction, but
could do noting. He was locked in.
Under such circumstance one will
often do something ridiculous. Mr.
Owes leaned out of the window and
looked down through te gloom for
the key. He heard In a state whisper
fom below "Hist!"
"Who are yous asked Owens.
"A neighbor t yours. I think there
are burglars in your house."
Tere are. but there is a plain
others man after them."
"Aren't you going down to help?"
"I'd like to, but my wife object."
*"'m! I don't think my wife would
keep me upstairs with burglars i the
"Nor mine either if I could help my.
selt She locked the door and threw
the key out of the window. I wish
you would look for t and toes It bac.t"
"Not L If you should get shot your
wife would never forgive me."
"What the dickens am 1 to do? Fr
looked up here like a kid In a nursery.
What a pickle for a full grown manl
If you don't mind I'd like you to go
to and see the condition of things."
"No, thanks. 've got a wife and
ive kMd at home., I'm not going to
buck up against the revolver of pro
feemdoal burglars to save the property
of those who lock/themselves In. Be-
ides, If the police are on to the matter
there's no need of any one else taking
it up. Good night. I'm going home.
I Just thought id step over and tell
you my suspicions.
IThis dialogue iwas carried on In
quick whispers between the two men.
tihe neighbor being almost Invisible.
The neighbor disappeared. Then, ster
it was too late, Owens thought that he
might have asked him to telephone the
ponce for assistance for the single
plain clothes man who was trying to
captu the gang below. But be was
under excitement and not able to think

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asarnd by Deptay Untd auela
Marshal Dat. He was takes to
Mme le tf a peelilmlaru hslm gve
bead Ad was released.
Mr. Maear R says he bha heean fh
ina Meaour a returned to e- ate
his tirty-Mth birthday. He received
a large number of eams tbs mom-
tan aa there wa a la In mal eep-
tin at hibe eam
He defined to diseo th aairse of
the beak and reftumd positively to ay
what he did with the $.,W I. cash
be is alleged to hare taken from the
bank lat Saturday nisht. His retura
was u a healthy as h departure, f
no one here seemed to have any Inti-
mation that he was comain back.

Birmigham, Ala.. Aug. 3.-W.
X. Barge, a. city detective,a s shot
through the lun aad probably fatal-
l wounded during raid am n al-
lesed gambang house yesterday at-
ternoo. Detective D. M. Corett
vn fired apon but escaped without
InJurl The shooti was done by
W., Waggoner, a peal police
Waggear aad two other special
ofoem had gained entrance aad had
twelve men with their hands up.
These oeen are strangers eetly
seretly employed by the mayor.
Burge and Corett, the plain clotih
mea, came up stain so their rei -
lar rouaa. Waggomer, not haovt
them, ordered their hads up. Berge
and Coraett refused and drew their
pistols. Waggoner then fired quick-
ly lSe shots The alleged gamblers
were locked up.

Your only hope" aid three doctors
to Mrn. M. E. Fisber. Ietroit, Mich.
suffering from severe rectal trouble.
lies n an operation, "then I used Dr.
Kins's New Life Pllt" she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pedleti, cure constptipton, head.
che. 25c at all druggists.
How is that This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric tans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
yoar desk. H W. Tucker, the elee-
trical supnly man.
Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.

If you are run down Foley's Kidney
Remedy will help you. It strengthens
the kidneys so they will eliminate the
Impurities from the blood that de-
press the nerves, and cause exhaus-
tion, backache. rheumatism, and uri-
nary Irregularities. which sap the vi-
tality. Do not delay. Take Poley's
Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by all
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Have you seen the new visible pay.
Soles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

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small, or bow One the wo .desired
may be.- 1 have the material, lbirh
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted asdde and out
Gralain, gldang. hard oll mei-mu
varnishing and lettering ad -a g
painting. aste and skI guasanited
Address P. O. Box 3, or leave word
at the Star otie. K. W. Flhaw,
Ocala. la. t

Sorowfd C dsa of Se Peale
in t no2 10
Mexico City, Aug. $.-Detal
which are beginning to arrive e
the state of Guerrero show that the
recent eriesl of earthquakes tn
valley of Mexiso and alg thief Pa
ele coast were the worst exp
lenced In many years. It is now a-
tain that the towns of Arapuleo ad
Chilpandago have been practlall
destoyedL. What th earthahke of
riday failed t do do ws amplish-
ed by the stronger me of Saturday,
which either reveled or rendered ua-
inhabitable every bulila in these
places In addition to the rlah'a*-
ed by the earthquake, Aepsleo now
faces a famine. All' f te market
were destroyed in the shoek of Sat-
urday and the country people are
afraid to bring more produce Into
the town. The people a re amp
In the public square.
The few buildings that remain
standing are being leveled by dya-
mite as they ae little more tha
tottering walls that are ansantly
falling as new shecs come.
During the heavy shock saturday
the water In the harbor receded a
distance of thirty-three feet and
then rushed back coverla the docts
and plers.
to three doctors; was kept Il bed for
ve weeks. Mood ploned from a
spiders bite caused large, deep seso
to cover his leg. h7e doctors mailed
then "Bucklen's Arnas Salve em-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
ngton, .of BoqmesvWe, Tex. For
eczema, bolls, burns and piles It's s-
preme. 25e at all dggists.

Osaka, Japan, Aug. 3.--Cotausio
prevail as a result of SaturdayM
disastrous re. Thouands arena me-
les and hunger is staring msany i
the iaee. The system of reef or-
dered by the musedpal authorites
t Inadequate. Otide eittes and
towns are generouay sedina osdtrt-
The number of Masmalt has M t
'yet been determined, but bhndre
of injured are crowdin the b s-
ta. The late timate is that
twenty thaussad bullaga were de-
stroyed. h ludg hanks the stock
exchange, the museum. goverameat
edifies and factories, while itts I-
posible to aeuatebl state lass
they are give at aeveri rmilOi
yen. It is feared that ome Inasr
dance com"ue will fail as tn re-
sultof heavy losses.

The best remedy we kmow of I aR
eases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the onwewe can awap recommend,
is DeWltt's Kidney and Bladdr Pios.
They are antiseptic and at oee assit
the kidneys to perform thef r N r-
tant work. But when you as for the
pills be positive that yo get De-
Witt's Kidney and Badder PU
There are imitations pamed ua the
market to deceive you. Get DeWltta.
Insist upon them, ad .ff your dealer
cannot supply you--retfue mny
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