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: 08 5, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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It seed to 3. A St.one, a civil war
veteran, of Keampk Tex, that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble &an the grave to cause his death.
"I Cstraeted a -stubborn cold," he
writes, "that developed a cough that
stuck tUme, in spute of all remedies,
terwears. My weitht ran down to 12I
pounds, them I bhga to me Dr.
rag's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
17i8 pounds." Fer severe colds, obsti-
ate s ughs hmrrhage, asthma,
and to peuou mna It's un-
ivaled ae nd SL Trial bottle
tree. *0wvte-ed by an druggists.
LASOR TROUBLES IN SWEDEN
Stckholm, Sweden, Aug. 5.-The
labor trouble Is becoming more acute
aily, and touuists are leaving the
country on aeeount of it It is repqrt-
ed that a qutity of dynamite is mys-
te- ms ls agd rem the govern-
ment's store.

The heat rei-d we know of in an
uses f kidney and bladder trouble
ad t wem ma always recommend
is DeW isKidey and Bladder Pills.
They are antMepsc and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their impor-
tant work. Btwhe you ask for these


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odest absi ismut ean mmber. The
mamase In whlch b.s meaqltees arem
mEsfag Is simiar to tk grasshoppert
pl0ue In Kansas tt Ifteen ye

THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE
A Pieas solestist has discovered
mt-secret of log o fe. His method
deais with the blood But long ago
mlosn. of Americas mlad proved
zleetric hitters prolongs life and
makes It worth living. It purifies, en-
riches and vitallses the blood rebuilds
waste nerve cells, Imparts life and
to1eb to the sentirse s m. It's a god-
s"nd to weak, sick sad deblUtated
people. "Kidney troble had blighted
my life for months" writes W. M.
ermana, tof Comi Me., "but Ele-
trie tters cured me entirely." Only
4c at all dAruggists.
A TWO-HO* R OjHT
N A FARMAN BIPLANE
Paris, Aug. 5.-A new French aero-
plane record was established yested'
day at Chalons by Roger Bommer to
a Farman biplane. He flew one hour
60% minutes at the average height of
eighty feet. It Is estimated that hbe
traveMd a distance of seventy miles.

TAKE NOTICE
Al persons are recommended to
take Fley's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
corset urinary Irregularities, which, If
negleetm may develop Into a serious
rlness. It will restore health and
strHth. ~1o not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Brighrts disease or diabetes. Sold 'by
an dealers.

A DESERVING COUPLE

ShoWhegan, Me., August 5.-An'
Adlibe-ent is made sIat a daughter
was 16m to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Diehey of Csan,' wh* is t the twen-
ty-seequd child born to them in sev-
enteen years. Mrs. Dicker was mar-
tied when the was. fourteen years old
and Mr. Dikey was only a few years
her seeior. Not ane of the twenty.,
t"go children have ever been sick ex-
cet with childhood ailments.
A WEAKLING
is the only way to describe the poor
bll4 that It afflicted with worms. No
'matter how upoh or bow often It eats,
the worms get na An e nourishment
ftm the fd the hlnd gets practi-
cally no. White's Crea Vrm-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
easily and with no bad after effects.
Prlie 25 eats a bottle. Sold by all

A STAMER MISSING

Durhan, Natal, Aug. .-Some iasrns
has he created br the non-arrival
of the British steamer Waratah, from
Syrnry ftrem Lonin. She left Port
Natal, Julty .Sth, nd since then he
nat been seen b yany other vesseL A
search has Seen Instituted for her. The
Waratah has mX souls on board.
SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT


brings quite a strain on the back
and as a result. I suffered a great deal
from backache. I would become so
lame at times that I could hardly
straighten and mornings upon arising.
could Just about get around. I tried
plasters and liniments but the relief
they brought was only slight and
teu..por.y.. When I learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills, I obtained a box and
found that they acted Just as repre-
sented. When I had used the con-
tents of this box the backache had
caused and my back felt stronger."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocasl people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
Per sale by all dealers. Prices 50
cents. FPoter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New Tolk, sole agents for the United
states.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

FORT MADE HAD A FIRE


Port Meade. Aug. 5.--At 2 o'cloO
yesterday morning fire broke out in
Dr. Moody's drugstore and spread to
the adJoining buildings occupied by
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OLD MEN ARM USELESS
iso tiM Opasoa of C iof s of the
US ted toes. Weather ro.r110
Washisgte. August .--Old men
are making way for younger men In
the United States weather bureau ser-
vice, Is the announcement made by
Chief Moore of the service.
He announces that the posts In New
York. ashville, Philadelphia. India-
napolM sand Cincinnati, where there
ar" men old In the service and in
Years, will shortly be rearranged sad
that these men will'be *tceded by
younger men, the older men going to
Ira important stations. ,
U$W REWARD SI$

The readers at this paper will be
pleased to lear that there is at least
aem dreaded disease that science has
beu able to cure In all stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ain a comtitatlional disease, requires a
Iemanlttioal treatment Hairs Ca-
tank Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly poa the blood and npoosu
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
stroying the foundation of the disease.
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and as-
iting nature in doing Its work. The
proprietrs have so much faith Ia Its
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Donsna for aay case that it
tMUs to ewe. SBet for list of testi-
moadats. Address. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 76c. Take Hail's
Family Plus for constipation.

ZEPPELIN'S RETURN TRIP
Frankfort, Germany, Aug. 5.-The
dirigible balloon Zeppelin II, ascended
yesterday for the flight of 226 miles to
FPriedricshafen, which Count Zeppelin
covered last Saturday In eleven hours.
The count was accompanied today by
several guests. Fifty thousand cheered
his departure and &uns saluted.
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IF YOU KNEW
the u erits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. V bottle two
months treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Hall, 292X Olive Street, St.
Louls. Mo.

OUSTED THE OFFICIALS
Euare City Govement of Lexington,
Kentucky, Thown Out
Lexington, Ky., Aug. .-The entire
list of city officials who were elected
at the 1967 election and serving since
that time, have been declared out of
office by Circuit Judge Parker on al-
leged fraud and corrupt methods at the
time of the election. All of the offic-
ials are democrats. They have filed a
motion for an appeal.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron In your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and In a few
minutes the iron Is hot. No smoke
or dirt and h"at enly where it ie
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
SEABOAREIS NEW STATION
Gaalnesville. Fla, Aug. 6.-Work on
the new passenger station of the Sea-
board Air Line railway has at last
been started,* and will be pushed to
completion as fast as the carpenters
can do the work. The work is under
the supervision of Mr. Winter and he
says e will have the building complet-
ed i thirty days.

BACK GIVES OUT
Pleety f Oeal Readers Have This
You tax the kidneys-overwork
them-
They can't keep up the continual
strain.
The back gives out-It aches and
peins:
Urinary troubles set in.
Don't wait longer-tak< Doan's Kid-
ney Pills.
P. Anlck, Elm St.. Sanford. Fla.,
says: "I have used Doan' Kidney
PIlls and can say that they are a
superior kidney remedy. My work


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Frederick Smyteh Peesiseat Lawyr
of Resltser, N. Y.. C, d't
MNamn His Now Aets
Rochester. N. T.. Aug. .-While
coasting down Dumpling hil nine
miles south of this city yesterday. the
two frot tires of an automobile own-
ed adM driven by Frederick J. Smythe,
a prominent attorney of Rochester, ex-
ploded at the same time and the ear
skidded over. throwing the party of
six about the road and ditch.
An ambulance was rushed to the
scene from the city. Mr. Smythe ex/
paired in it before the kthpital could bb
reached. His lungs were paumtrcd
by broken ribs. causing hemorrage.
Mrs. Smythe add little Freddie
Smythe. aed three ears were ser-
ously injured. Two other children and
Mrs. Avery Davis, a friend, escaped
with bruises.
It was the first time Mr. Smythe
had takLa his family out in the auto.
which was a new machine, as he had
doubted, his ability to run it properly.

WAR WILL BE SILENT "

Maiim's Cannm nad Rhes Will Deal
Out Noise less MNrder
Hartford. Conn, August .-Hiram
Percy Maxim announces that he has
Invented a noiseless annon of large
bore and that In October he will go to
Europe to demonstrate It He is mak-
Ing preparations for the test here. His
patents for noiseless weapons cover
Japan as well as European countries.

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schools Nuee.m an merebeta welam&.
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tse ormaula. or lis t ar wedleuts. t whM
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scriptMa will bear the most critical esaumlW
Uio of medical experts tar it coutalas o
alcohol. hcouca. haram .forehMt-lrm
d m- sao age"t etm ersa ait hat is 8e"
highly recommaUeded by the aest adaaced
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Ime. they are Clise i the kid p
of Grace m Teas.e evMai. te
chlinw of a wealthy ItlO aSM&nd whe
were sole away from thebw am ema
Meuday aight and ae am helM -
S26W ramsom Thm I 3Wboi b hve
been arrested in eMide ett the anm-
thrWes semured n tfrW SW ta
The police have a else to th et
that the two ebMeho were pN d .nt
r large trMak a2M beitc put Wh
Sthe iuoese eof ebferlm a"d the
trunks eIxpreMse tme to New Or-
/lemas. This d lue Is being tracedt. .
believed that toe ehMire wore ta0W
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If you wiD seu~y name a ad-
dreaa we winl -M you free a paekag"
of Mother Grias Amust a Leal, a
certaIn, pleasant bm and never taR-
lag. If you have paeis ta t beek,
urinary, bladder or kldnty treMble. se
this ple9amat an aot armle erbsts.
roots and leaves. Al druggists aseR it
5 cents, or address, The Mother Gray
Co, Leroy, N. T. 2

SANTA ROGA RAIES SHEEP
Big Ship mnt of Wool from a West
FPlride CaWty
Pensacola, Aug. n-A shipment ae
2,00 pounds of wool, takes tun
sheep raised ina Sata Rosa county.
passed through here yesterday in two
ears, en route to Savannah, where it
had been sold to buyers for 30 cents
per pound.
The shippers -are Peaden r ers
probably the largest sheep rkies Int
Florida, and Is the second shipment to
go out, the first being of 20,M pounds
and which was sold for the ae price.
The shippers expect to make a third
.shipment within the next few weew
while other farmers of that county win
send out large quantities of wooL

CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. S. Nusbaum, Bateville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that It interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a detor's pre-
scription did not reach my ease, and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate ILt Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Poley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly red me.'
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
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'PEACE BUT NOT PLENTY

Reign at the POint of the n Oe ecn
the Spmish Peninsula
Madrid, Aug. 5.-According to a bul-
letin issued by the government peace
reigns from the Bay of Blecay to the
Mediterranean.
In Barcelona the repressive measures
have left a deep resentment Ino thea t T rpd(I
breasts of the mase. which. It is fear. 1 A
ed. may develop into trouble at 'WiatJ
any time. The erreondeng c De m De
Espana prints the first press telegram ''
received from Barcelona since the cen- .- ... a fr-.om wA i smod.go
sonship was established. It represents wags -_
the entire population to be suffering py. r** t@1 eS ds"ewrs le -
from hunger.
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and women would keep them--tves I IE F IDA ?IE I
free from rheumatism and all, aches
and pains as wel as keeping their WSS W- Ey 1 E
muscles and Joints limbered with .',. _ _.'__
Balard's Snow LInimenm. Sold by '' .
all druggists. FOR HEALTH AN OM

TORRID DAY FOR THAW T"*h *

Three M "dial Men Testify That he isi

White Plains N. Y.. Aug. A -Three AAL
of those medical men known as alien- Lan of the wkAM-V8LL.
lots, who have become such a familiar On the Southern Railway. nmeMo Wr Msm k
part of a modern criminal court pro- No consumptives. Hot and Cold lpher
cedure, united in the Justice's court Special attention to mom tana parties epe t
yesterday to make it unpleasant for Information address G. C. ROOAN, -Maane.
Thaw. All three testified that the was worth Inn, Asbhevle.)
insane, and when Thaw took the stand i'_L,_ _-"
briefly after some disconcerting tes- .
timony, he was plainly ruffled and ner-
vous, but Mr. Jerome dismissed him a f-
ter a few comparatively unimportant

GOOD JONFOR MEN


Carriers, andN Man Clrks
Salary$ 0M1 to $ M
Why don't you work fr Unle Sam?
eight thousand positions are to be fl-
ed. The pay is large; the hours short;
you get a vacation, with pay, every
year, and no lay-os at any time.
The government wants men over 1i
years old with only common, everyday
education to take mminetntms to this
vicinity, on Nov. 17, ftar positUos
mentioned above, and the government
civil service Instr tet, with their ex-
pert knowledge at the ubM*I9t0an can
prepare any man to pass ina, few
weeks.
Any reder of the Star who wishes
to work for Uncle Sam, can get com-
plete free lufo"'-*ilw how to prepare
for the Civi Service k **m te"-e, by
writing the government Civil Service
Instructors ept 47, Rochester, N. T.

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W l6ows An serdftaadh is;

Mr oi- the cbahest e a grin.
I mwi t ne ept t the highwar.
At da wb th e chihena sad brute,
Ad Jump to esa the swift auto
S'That slves me the totty toot.
11a.tee- the eards on me at start-

oa sMe a Hlbetnia straight.
Me the de me draw from the diM.

Sst with a. bobtail and wait.
Whl.o the other min sits with a fitly.
TI I got the cards that I want:
Ib tst me to bet my ftool head off
But then I don't bet 'cause I can't.
I .r was good pt the drawing
i tOwhe sorfowful day I was born;
49I was to draw for an auto.
Jd ust drafr a heok from the horn;
If I was to draw for a melon.
rd Just fet the rind of the thing:
4 Ii was to draw for chicken.
r4 get the neck or the wing.
Nf 1 was to draw for a polecat-
SQ, hark to the tale't tell--
.M I W to draw for a polecat,
rd not get a thin but the smell!
My taste fn tobacco's perfect:
My purse lets me have cigarettes.
When playing, I do all the bluffing,
The other guy wins all the bets.
MW tase Is for chbmpsagy fizzes,
In tall. slender glasses and clear-
rm *ode to serape uD a nickel
Aad reach for a schooner of beer.
.hte hazaed me out an appendix,
'As earned me a millionaire's fine-
Why must I have big-bug afflictions.
Vbu bellyache's more in my line?

XTHK1.EST PioiaCIIlON'

Net a .sinse 'phone has burned In a
'home In Oeis. A telephone is better
than IMnsrance. In case of burglars or
are you need quick -action. You get
that Aay or night with a telephone.
,Reddenee rates, 4 per quarter in ad-
vace. Ocals Telephone Co.

9 AN BARGAINS
An eihbt-Incn Westinghouse electric
tan that 'Is positively guaranteed to
bra only three cents worth of elee-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
-**e them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
aectrical supply man.

3 CENTS FOR '10 HOURS RUNNING

How Is that This is not an auto-
moble. but one. of those new 8-Inch
IWestinghouse electric fans that I
have' just received. Let me place one
or two of them nla your home or on
yopr desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trimcal upnly man.

SKILLED PAINTING

I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how One the work desired
may be. I have .he miterlal, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. losues painted inside and out.
Grainaig, gliding, hard oil finishing.,
tarnishing and lettering and sign
palntig. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 165, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. FIllyaw,
Ocala, Fla. I tf

- ODA FOUNTAIN. FOR SALE

A fine soda fountain for sale; cost
!384 will take $1M5 eash for It Ap-
ply to 8. A. Moses & Brother, city.

DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
pleasant, safe. sure. easy little liver
pala. A salve you may always depend,
upon int any case where you need a
msave, Is DeWltt's Carbolized Witch
Easel Salve-especially good for piles.
&dd by all drusists.


THEY FIT THE LIPS LIKE KISSES
and taste as sweet. That's why Sebles-
laerq and Lowney's Candles in half
sad pond' boxes are so popular. Pure
asmtetioma these; flavor delicious. Our
esectonmery is free from adultera-
tion. It Is wholesome and healthful.
ary' kind 'of confectionery hera
fPtuts, Cold Drinks, Cigars and News-


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Tn 3Best et Fgme ofnt P bms
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NEW PSICUB EVERY DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT

Pogrm orthiso v eng
BOOTS AND SADDLE
(Full Reel Western Story)

GOLD PROSPECTORS
(Hand Painted)

A CLEVER REPORTER

THE DAIRY MAID'S LOVERS

A FIGHTING CHANCE
- Admission, 10 and 20 eeats.

Doeers up. at 7:SV p. m.


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TENTS WANTED


Two wall tents wanted, 8x10 or 8x12.
Apply at this office.

SPECIAL LARLY BREAKFASTS

Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe. as
e*-y as 4:o0 If they desire.

HOUSES FOR RENT

Modern cottages, an eonvenalencs,
well located and new. Apply to Jose
*ph Bell, at court house.


DON'T NEED GLASSES
Many people do not need glasses b6t
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out
One-await for time and disease to
driye you to It.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully. $25:
want the room. Apply immediately,
Star.



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INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS


I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.

We have a most requisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks. mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.

F. & A.M. -

Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Tnursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. -3, R. A. M., on the 4tb
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.

OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O0. R. M.


Meets Thursday evenings at
Yonge's Hall. W. Gray, C.


7.30, at
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MGmTS OF PITIAS
Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over Peyscr's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.


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MAS MVS OF MI0S11iOUN


Death by anEx elmlise of

Puata ards, Agustt .-MIW Mary
sandun, a beautiful gir of 16 years of
age, died here yesterday aftemrm as
a result of bers. Miss UMadB was
attempting to operate a patent gaso-
line tron. Some of the fluid spled on
the piece, of cloth she was attempting
to Iros. and over the Ironing board.
The fumes generated were et suffic-
lent density to cause a nexploslon
when she struck a match, and in a
moment her entire body was eavelop-
ed In flames.. She ran screaming from
the behoe and the efforts of those near
her quickly extinguished the flames.
This was not. however, until she bad
been so badly burned that she died six
hours later.
Miss Sandin was eone of the prettiest
and meet lovable young girls in Punts
Gorda and the town was east in gloom
when the sad tidings were announced.

CHARLESTON CONTINUES
VERY CHEERFUL

Plenty eof Joy Water Attainable, Net-
wPstameding the Law
Charleston, S. C, Aug. 5.-Wholesale
dealers in contraband liquor have tak-
en to the autqmoblle as a mesas of
transporting their goods. The police
have caught onto the method, with the
result that a machine was relieved of
two hundred and fifty half-pints of
whisky in the heart of the city. It Ia
said that the blind tigers are bring-
ing large quantities here in motor cars
and the police are supposed to be on
the alert.
Although Charleston Is legally dry.
the thirsty people are having no dif-
ficulty in locating the refreshment
places, which are doing a better busi-
ness- since the dispensaries are closed.
until after the election.

SOME ORDINARY SHOOTING

Florida Marksmen at St. Augustie
Did Not Distinguish Themelves
St. Augustine, August 5.-The short
range match, rapid and slow fires, at
200 yards, was won by Capt. I& C.
Menager, of Jacksonville, with a score
of 84. the prize being the Greenleaf &
Crosby medal.
Captain Preston Ayers. of Orlando,
was second, with a score of 77. winn-
ing the broze medal with a cash prise.
Captain Cramer B. Potter. of St. Pe-
tersburg. followed third, with 76 points.
In the final count for the Tallaferro
trophy, the Metropolitan Grays of
Jacksonville. were the winners, with
DeFunLak Springs second. Orlando
third and St. Petersburg fourth.
Out of twenty-one companies com-
peting. to StL Petersburg's men be-
long the distinction of making the
highest idlvidual score at one range.
Corporal Haddock and Private King
Williams making 24 out of a possible
25 at 500 yards.
In the Taliaferro trophy match the
shooting was in the main bad,-some of
the finest riflemen on the former na-
tional team falling down completely.
Not before Friday evening will it be
known who will be members of the
national team, the shooting being Ir-
regular.

IN CASE OF FIRE

The Ocala Telephone company has
had placed on the transmiter of their
'phones throughout the city a card
bearing the following inscription: "In
case of fire call central and say "Fire
at plug --'" the number of the fire
plug nearest the phone being given.
This is a very commendable spirit and
will eliminate the uncertain method
formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
tion and saying there Is a fire near
John Smith's house. These cards
should be kept on the 'phone so any
one wslahing t, turn in an alarm can
readily see what is the nearest fire
plug.

The prescription department is the
main asy of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your orescriptions.
Tydings C: Co.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.


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Report Electrie Ught Pawt, J ly S

For light ...................
Lamps and supplies .......... 441

Total .................... $2.9s .77

Wood ........................S. K0Wo
Oil .......................... 2.=4
Waste ........................ .
Carbons ............4......... 4.M
Engine repairs .............. I 47
Arc lamp repairs ............ U5
Lamp renewals .............. 7011
Salaries ..................... .00
Sundry plant expense ......... 41.97

Total ............... .1...114L7S
Less profit chg consumers .4
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Gain ..................... 9U.181

Report of the FiP .ee Committee for
the Moenth tof July, 1l .
To the Honmrable'Metibes of-t he City
Council of Ocala, Florlda:
Gentlemen-The fnanee committee
begs leave to advise at they have
examined the reports of the city offi-
era, hereto attached, and have found
the same correct. The report shows
the following:
'1 RECERIPT
Bal. on hand July 1, ItM ....$ 8.,197.87
Tax redemp'on, C. M. LUv'Ist .46
Street fines ................. ,- u
Market rents ................ I1.
E. UI collections ............ 2,6 .73
Licenses ................... ES10S
IYUnq'nt personal tax. IMK .. U452
Police court fines & and tees OMa.W

Total .................


General fund ......$2.775.40
F. and W. fund .... 1,45L28
E. L. fund .......... 1,79L O 01l.U83

Bal in beak Aug. 1, 19.t ..... $567.75
Dist'bted among the
following fuads:
General fund ....,..$ SS.06
r. and W. fund .... 508
Bond Int. fred ..... 664
Sinking fund ....... 97"0# -'
tL. fuad ......... ,71x2T 4

K5,74.75 6 $57.76
Against this there Is outstanding scrip
In the sum of ............S 1,1*O
distributed in the following funds:
General fund .......$ 470.M
Fire and W. fund .. 13.X0
E. L. fund ......... 58.4U

$ 1,19.2 1198. i M
The following amounts of scrip have,
been Issued during July, 199:
Regular salaries............... S M0
Street department ............ 4M
Police department ............ 22281
Office department ............ 8*
Water department ............. 11" .
Fire and water department .. S2371
Sanitary department ......... 314.
Market Janitor .............. 6.0
Brick paving fire station .... 13L0.41
K. L. department ........... 210.24
Feed for city zoo animals ...f 8.M0
Premium on bonds .......... 3.24
City lighting ................. 42.
Bond treasurer and collector.. 40.00
Insurance ................... 2J.0
Sidewalk city hall .......... 772
Street sweeper ............... 2MM

Total ..................... $M0.91
Reapeotfully.
.L D. Stokes Chmn.
E. T. Helvemston.
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Frto eases at the Ocala News Ca.
These wwre m aivals at the Mae-
1mma yesterday.


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Rev. W. K. Coleman's Bible Class
will meet at the Christian church this
evening. "Biblical Journeys" will be
the subject.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes get a pair of smoked glasses
roas us for 26c. The Postoffice Drug-
store.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McAteer have
- ..nced housekeeping In the little
Otto Mente cottage on South Fifth
street, near the Abe Brown residence.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
Its prescription department. Pure
drugs only are used, which are select.
ed by men of experience.
Mr. S. Godfrey Moyer of Tampa. and
traveling representative of the Georgia
Supply Co, of Jacksonville. Is at the
Ocala House.


There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
aria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll


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Mr. T. P. Walte tof Archer Is at the
Montesuma.
Mr. G. I SeBrers of New York is at
the Ocala House.
Picture pusle post cards at the
Oeala House.
Mr. H. P. Porter of Sarasot, is a
guest of the Oeasla Houe.
Call and see the new books at the
the Oeala News Co.
Mr. J. M. Baraes of Trilby Is at the
Moutesuma.
Have y ou see the picture puzzle
post cards at theOcalas News to?
John W. Ptkerton of Cncinnatl, Is
at the Ocala Bouse.
5 or do es es'W wmi cure ay ease
of Chils ad Fever. Price Sk.
Rose-Vlolet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Postofne Drugtore..

Dr. B. F. LIsk of Connor is at the
Meateauma.
Mr. Jack McCully of Berlin is in the
city today.
Peroxide Creap, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. R. C. L. Robinson of Gainesville,
Is a guest of the Oeala House.
Nunnallys fine candles fresh every
week only at the Postofice Drugstore.

5 or 6 doses aWr wwll cure say case
-It Cuis a"l Fever. Price t2c.
Mr. R. D. Hannewacker of Clark Is
at the Montesuma.
Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.

Mr, J. R. Wflflams of Citra Is at the
Oeala House.

JFOR RINT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.
Mr. O'Bannon of Dunnellon was in
town today.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.U per dosen.

Miss [ale BUtch came in from
Blitchton this morning to do some
shopplan.
FOR RiA-r-wurnlshed rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-
lenes; : 24 Watula street.
Mr. T. 0. Livingston of Palatka. is
among last night's arrivals at the
Oeals House.
Try a box of that sunburn cream.
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
Pharmacy.

Mr. H. M. Hampton and Dr. Walter
Day will go to Starke tomorrow on le-
gal business.
WANTED-4 or 6-room cottage In
healthy aelhbothood. Apply to X. X
X., Star office,
SMiss Hollandsworth from the Martha
Washtngton Cllege In Virginia. Is In
town solleiting pupils for her college.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R, C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mr. A. D. Williams of Live Oak. the
Seaboard Air Line traveling freight
agent, is a guest of the OSala House.
A new shipment of that famous AM-
pine Flax just received at the Court

Take one of taoe bathlangr aesps
long with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.

Mr. A. IR. Harper, the piano man, is
In the city and is well pleased with
the business his Ocala branch Is doing.
Three cents wiU fan you tor ten
ours. Get one of those *Inch Wes-
tlnghousa fans from H. W. Tucker.


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Pasted o the waM i the Oeala
s agle Wew ihe abdp is a
bw peMter o which is the f oses of
absheet iautsofa drivers. deplatiag
the faieal expressions under dUiSrent
condtions arising, 1 ke Maewets, sid-
dlag, hitting a chicken, hitting a d6g.
a hog a cow. etc. They are all rleh
and said to be true to life. Louis mag
says that each se of the CM was ac-
curately reproduced yesterday after-
noon. when the mayor, who was driv-
tng his E. M. F. car, John Spencer,
Jim Mathews. the west side county
commissioner, and Sam Anthony, as
passengers, struck a cow. on the road
southwest of town. The party was
looking over the road with the ides at
having it repaired under Mr. An-
thony's supervision. The cow had
ample time to get out of the road, and
every one supposed she would do so.
In fact. any well bred cew would, but
at the critical moment she stopped to
take a look at the auto and the car
was upon her. The big car ran up the
side of the grade and Inat the fence.
The incline was so great that every
man fell or Jumped out an- the fence
had to be cut away to get the car out.
Strange to say. the car was not injur-
ed in the least, except Vat the fender
was bent a little. The cow was bowl-
ed over but was not hurt. Mr. John
Spencer had his ankle badly spalaned
and can hardly walk. Mr. Mathews'
hand was hurt slightly and the others
were uninjured. .
LOTS OF BUILDING 800N
Ocala's building boom shows no
signs of abating. In fact this fall and
winter will show more building than
ever before. Among the new pieces of
work are the handsome new $15,0o0
Masonic hall and opera bouse, adver-
tisement for bids on which appears In
this Issue. The handsome hew home
for the Marion County Hospital. The
rebuilding of the two RL L. Anderson
stores west of the square. The immense
stone bunding of tthe Carmichael &A So
Co. The entire remodeling and re-
building of the city market at a oost
of about S2.0. With other work that
the contractors do not wish to speak
of as yet.
MEETING OF KIN'S DAUGHTERS'
The regular meeting of the King's
Daughters" was held this morning. Un-
like most societies, this order Ands its
busiest work during the best of sum-
mer. and cold of winter as the "poor
and needy are here with us always."
Reports were read of last month's
work, and we find most of them re-
lieved, and the sick Improving. Some
new cases were reported. Among
them was a Mr. Hawkins, who, we
were sorry to learn, Is ill. who when
well does to his utmost ability to as-
sist and relieve the distressed. His
wants and needs will be attended to.
It was decided best of the order t6
Interest physicians of the city in re-
gard to the protection and treatment
of one of its charges. It was thought
best to establish a rest room in con-
junction with the ). C. T. U. at the
coming fair. If space can be procured,
both the union and the order combin-
Ing and working together."
Bills were read. approved and or-
dered paid, after which came adjourn-
ment.


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occupying Mrs. T. W. Smith's residence

oR South Third street that was recent.
ly vacated by Mrs. Loney. Mr. Hunts-
man Is a railroad man and his wife is
a sister of Mrs. MeGabagin.
Por Indigestion and all stomach
trouble take Toleys Orino Laxative as
It stimulates the stemaeh and liver
and regklate the bowels and wil pos
(lively cure habitual constipation. Sold
by all deals.


NOTICE OF SHERIFlS SALE
Notice Is hereby gtrve that the un-
dersigned, sheriff of Marion couAty,
Florida. under and by virtue of a cer-
tain execution Issed out of the cir-
cuit court of Marion county, Florida,
upon a certain foreign Judgment a
transcript of which fro the county
judge's court of Marion county. Flor-
Ida, Is In said circuit cort duly re-
corded. being in favor of Calise C.
Reddick, as plantffl, and against I.
M. Shereuse, as defendant, has levied
upon and will sell at pubc outcry be-
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NOTICE TO MLDU


Sealed bids wMi be received t the
of&e of RL LTeue ftr the emmstrae-
tion of the Maaie Ldtge Opera Baem
buildintof the Mar ns-Damt Lade No.
1I. F. & A. M.,to be erected at Oeai
U. until mom Auuat 19k nst.
Each bid tfor the os act- of the
buildingmm m be meopass with a
certified chepk f6r S6W made payabe to
R. ToM, chairman building m-
mittee, as a guarantee that Kt award
the contract the smueesful Nbddr wM
promptly enter Into contract and far-
nflsh his bond as required by- speolfem.-
tions. The right is reserve to rejset
any anu all bids. Drawia and speel-
flcations may be seen at the oNae Ot
R. F. ToMge, South Main street, Oeala,
Florida.
.Contrctors wishing to bNI may ob-
talan draws and spaelMations fr06,
R. E. Tonge by epositing with him a
certilfed check for $25 as a guaratee
that they wl present a hooa Pdo hid
oa the work, and a a guarat06 of the
safe and prompt ret ofat the dtfw-
lags and spelficatloas to the o0ee of
R. K. Yonge. Oeals. lorlda, without
cost to the committee.
buldingM Comurttee. Maron-Duma
Lodge No. 19F. & A MOo
Florida. RI. Ye ToaW. Ciwfn
WANTS TO BUY A HOUSE
Party wishes to buy a si or syeven-
room house east of railroad laOcals:
cash trausactioa. Apply to 'tar ooce.

A REMARKABLE RECORD
Elsewhere In ths Issue will be. see
a local ad of the Ocala Telephone Co.
This is worthy of note, During the
29 years ot operation In Ocala of the
Oeals Telephone company, a telephone
has never been burned In a fire. A tel-
ephone In your home Is ode of the best
possible re and burglar protections,
Col. W. N. Camp returned last night
from an absence of several months,
during which time b' has been touring
several of the European countries. Mr.
Camps aon-in-law. Mr. George Anm-
strong, who was also abroad, has re-
turned to his home n Savannah.
A card from Wditor Bittlager dated
at Riverside. California, July 31, where
he is visiting hbi sister, states that he
Is well and having a delightful time In
that beautiful little city.

Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Harrisen bhve
departed for their future home In Jack-
soaville. M. Harrion- and laby will
go to Gritfai, Gn. were they will re-
main for a abort time.
The Misses Jones, daughters of Con-
tractor Jones, left yesterday ftr the
mnantpin. to spend the next few
weeks..
Look over our line f toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine steek. Pertu me, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tdings A&
Company.
Capt. W. T. Mellvalne of the Ocala
and Homosassa "short." took out the
Sunny Jim train this morning, Campt.
Geore Buamn of that run being Il
at his room In the Mostesuma.

People with chraeonic bronchitis, as-
thma and lun trouble, will fid great
relief and comfort in P ley's Honey
and Tar. and can avoid Msuffernlag by
cmmenmeing to take It at once. Sold
by an dealers.
Mr. A. P. Sticky of Oak, was In the
ity today. Mr. Stuck says his rail-
road. the Tampa A Jacksonville, is
looking mighty good and will soon
have some good news for the pubile.
We are showing the best 25e. box of
writing phper that we have ever had,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fail to buy this tromu
the Postotfee Drugstore.
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Mr. Huntsman at family of Lalke-
land have moved to the city and are


WILL REBUILD W TA
Mrs. XMcDowe w sN m
the little cottage situated
side of her lot and tatmg e
way. She wil makee a p ms-mbh
room house of It. The oIt ts
Up@&" as a n heese 6 wo
rebuiLt for rental p5uri O to '
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Mr. S. 8. Savage and ftuml lft a
terday far Bartow. woese Mr.-Sl
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The open air theater gave another
of those highly Interesting Florida
stories last night and followed It up
with four other good subjects. "Boots
and Saddles." a stirring western story.
is on this evening, and ""The Gold
Prospectors." a fine hand-painted sub-
ject: also "A Clever Reporter." "The
Dairy Maid's Lovers" and "A Fight-
ing Chance."
It la said that when Heyco, the art-
Ist, makes his appearance at the Air
Dome next week,, the sheriff, city
marshal or any other adept at tying
people up. will be Invited to fasten
him, and he will then wiggle himself
loose in a few minutes and In full
sight of the audience or forfeit his
reputation.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experence. efrenes.
any music teacher In Oeala. any
music house In Jackesonvile. Phone
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FOR SfALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.M; cost $90 new; one large
cook stove, good order, S5: lots of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for $12.50.
W. H. Clark. Ocala.

Mr. F. E. Saxon. Jr., of Galnesville,
Is a guest of the Montesuma.

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Nxegrs for Prohmbltie
Representatives of more than six-
ty schools and colleges were present;'
at the eighteenth annual negro coan|
ference. held at Tuskegee. Ala., in
February. Sweeping endorsement of
prohibition was made. The colored'
people are fast awakening to the,
fact that liquor is the greatest foe
that their race has to do battle with.
Some of the French writers are
bemoaning the moral decadence of.
Paris. The decay of literature, art
and the drama is coupled with dread-
ful alcoholism which is far worse
now than in 1874. France has gone
apparently a mad pace with wine
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graceful acts ever attempted to be
placed upon the statute books of the
state. Horse racing and gambling
on the race tracks have been driven
out of the states of New York and
California, and now it is said these
forces have their eye on the Florida
legislators with a view to have a
law passed that will permit them to
operate in this state. It is already
reliably reported that one nf the
avowed candidates for speaker of
the legislature is today backed, to-
gether with the whisky element, by
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who think the man who is unable to
cope with the temptation does not
merit any consideration or any pro-
tection. Moreover, there are strong
moneyed interests back of the alco-
hol business; and there are govern-
ment officials who regard it as a
most approved method of raising
revenue.
But why not raise revenue from
prostitution, 'and from the sale of
cocaine and morphine. Why not say.
"They cannot be prohibited; prohi-
bition is an interference with per-
sonal liberty; the only adequate leg-
islation is State regulation with high
license?"
Why should not the government
enter as a silent partner of the
brothel, the opium joint, and the
gambling hell, as well as of the sa-
loon? Why not?-Life and Health
for July.


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are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and ftetfulness-splendid for teething
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Knows a Good Thing and Holds It
Pensacola. Aug. 2.-Saturday's
election In Santa Rosa county or-
dered on a petition of the saloon
element, which sought to regain ter-
ritory lost two years ago, was won
by the prohibitionists by a majority
of approximately three hundred.
ceewm and Lmitation
Take a concrete illustration, oft-
repeated and offensively pressed. It
is a postulate of the saloon man's
faith that he has a right to set up
and run a business which injures
others in manifold ways. His liberty
covers the whole field, and a com-
munity has no liberty to defend it-
self. This is destructive of liberty
and means, applied all round, the
destruction of civilization. Liberty.
limited by law, is the formula of civ-
ilization. Law is to be laid so as to
give equal rights to all; special priv-
ileges to none. Under this law, the
saloon must go. The saloon exists in
violation of the spirit of liberty.
And because it does so exist it has
built a privileged class, a monopoly
contrary to law and civilization. We
must destroy it or it will destroy all
liberty, and bring us to anarchy, as
it hias done in some cities already.
The conflict between the license of
the saloon and the liberty of all the
people is irrepressible. One or the
other must at least go down.-Dr.
J. B. Gambrell of Texas.
The following resolution was pass-
ed at the American Medical Associa-
tion held in Atlantic City. N. J..
June 8, 1909. The medical world is
taking a firm stand for temperance:
Against Stimulants
Dr .R. M. McMillan, of West Vir-
ginia, declared against alcohol pre-
scriptions and narcotics of all kinds,
saying they often started, incurable
habits. Dr. Willis P. Parke, of At-
lanta, asserted that "study has
shown that alcohol is a death-deal-
ing agent and not the panacea that
it is supposed to be." Dr. J. W. Gros-
venor, of Buffalo, asserted that it
had been found that alcohol was
useless in the Arctic region as a
stimulant or to resist cold.
* *
State prohibition was the livest
question of all. The governor had
called the following week an extra
session of the legislature to perfect
temperance legislation. Four dif-
ferent resolutions were presented
and passed unanimously endorsing
the governor, and the state-wide
law, calling upon the preachers to
preach the following Sunday upon
some phase of the subject, and upon
the press of the state to publish their
deliverances. Prohibition reigns su-
preme among the 160,000 Baptists
of Alabama.-The World.
The Christian Index thus sums up
the case like a just judge: Bon-
fort's Wine and Spirit Circular, one
of the strongest of the liquor trade
journals, after stating that the sa-
loon is the proper adjunct to the
wine and spirit trade, and a con-
venient method of retailing liquor,
says: "But as members of this trade
we must admit it, that the average
saloon has been Indifferent to pub-
lic sentiment; and many saloon have
been or are a menace and a disgrace
to the communities in which they
were, or are located. To try to de-
fend the lawless saloon, the saloon
with a gambling adjunct, the saloon
that harbors lewd women, the saloon
that is run for money regardless of
morals-to try to defend such places
Is a suicidal policy for the trade.
The saloon should be properly con-
ducted or it should be put out of
business.' One had about as soon
try to work a true reformation in
the devil, as in the saloon."
* *
"A prosperous liquor dealer was
boasting to a group of men standing
near his saloon of the amount of
money he had made. 'I have made
$1,000 in the last three months,'
quotes the Epworth Herald. "You
have made more than that.' quietly
remarked a listener. 'What is that?'
was the quick response. 'You have
made my two sons drunkards. You
have made their mother a broken-
hearted woman. You have made
much more than that, I reckon, but
you'll get the full account some
day!"' ",
"The temperance, Christian and
best element of the people of Florida
have a fight before them at the com-
nlug session of the legislature if they
hope to defeat one of the most dis-


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FOLE YS


C. H. Hilton,. manager of the Hil-
ton Lumber Co., is expected to re-
turn to Belleview in about ten days,
from Short Beach and New Haven,
Conn., where he has been for several
weeks.
On TIe 31st the Belleview baseball
club went to Levon and played the
Levon club. Score, 15 to 2 in favor
of Levon, who played only three of
their own members.
The following persons have visit-
ed the Brick City during the past
week, viz: Ex-Mayor Milisom, J. T.
Hames, M. A. Dudley. J. L. Whise-
nant. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeman,
Chas. A. Tremere, Isaac Nichols,
Rex Nichols, Minnie Tremere, Rev.
J. J. Thompson, 0. M. Gale, Louis
Weihe, J. F. Hardison, V. D. Pratt.
The best looking house yard in
Belleview is that of Wi. C. Doolit-
tie. Josh Johnson does the work.
Letters from North Carolina say
that Ella Lyle is sick.
Abner Adams, of Holder, is In
town looking at the farm he bought
of Deputy Sheriff Whlsenant. 'It is
understood that he will not bring
his family here until October.
Regular meeting of the town coun-
cil held the night of the 3rd. There
is some talk of buying a road ma-
chine.
J. J. Nelson celebrated his fifty-
second birthday by a little dinner
party last Friday. In the absence of
his better half, who is spending the
summer in New York, only a few
gentlemen friends were present to
wish the "many happy returns of
the day," as our worthy alderman.
The "color scheme" was pink, the
decorations and confections being of
that cheerful hue, an-but we will
not particularly. However, he does
not doubt that he is 52.
Mrs. Nelson finds the change of
climate a fine tonic that is doing her
much good. She is dividing her
time with her sister, Miss Ruth
Whittier, on Staten Island, and
Mrs. Sands Havilsad at their beaw-
tiful fruit farm in Marlboro, where
hundreds of tons of strawberries.
cherries, currants and grapes, be-
sAida s.nars and Dmihe L.m met to


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a jueng lady who amme to hia
July 28th, weigait eneusa pgia
Dr. 8UsghtUr, q1 Le M. 8 the at-
tenming
Mrs. RI W,. eare m do
from Jackaoavle as Tuesday to at-
tend to having her greve fortilas
and other matters.
Mrs. Richard M. Carter ald two
children from Phrnaadla, 9VWt-
ing at Mrs. D. Carter's.
Cap. Russell, of Weir Par. mm
over in "The Rhode Islad" lit
Thursday bringing with him Ma.
Russell, Rev. J. J. Thoamp.o aid
wife and two daughters., iMes
Irene and Miriam, and speat the day
very pleasantly with frihm at the
Pleasant Hills House. Partog the
afternoon a- heavy shower fll an
when the party prepared to retar
at 8 o'clock at night it was foud
that the machinery had become so
water-soaked that it would not work
so the party returned to the hio
where they spent the night ad
waited until the morning mn had
dried things out, when they so-
ceeded in making the retur trip.
Mr. B. J. Galloway, of Washan-
ton. D. C., representing the Natiomal
Produce Distributing C., was in
town on Monday looking up the
prospects for the orange crop. Ho
had recently returned from Cubs.
where he has been for some time
engaged in shipping pineapples. He
thinks Cuba is a grand country for
pines, sugar and tobacco, but says
Florida has nothing to fear from
competition with her oranges, as the
circumstances are such that orange
growing is not a success, ad he
considers the money invested there
thrown away a pd paints a very
gloomy picture of the condition of
those who have gone there from the
states and invested in groves.
SBme of our people who attended
the annual barbecue at Oxford on
Wednesday report having a royal
good time.
A meeting is called for Saturday
the 7th. at 4 o'clock p. m.. at the
Weirsdale Presbyterian church of
the members and friends of the
society to consult in regard to re-
pairing the same.
Mr. S. Lehman went to Oala oan
Tuesday to attend the meeting of the
county commissioners in the interest
of the much needed road from South
Lake Weir to Belleview.
STRAYED
From my home in Irvine, one
small, black mule, about twelve
years old. Came originally from
Palmetto Park Farm and may re-
turn there. Anyone finding it will
please notify Z. C. Chamblies & Co.,
at Ocala, or the undersigned at Ir-
vine. E. M. PMrTTY.
SAVE OUR BLUSHES
Editor Star--Gketlemen: Please
congratulate the typo- on the excel.
lent manner in which last week's
copy was set up. There was not an
error. Something which rarely it
ever happened before. Yours,
E. 8. UPHAM.
The typo would go out and set
himself up to a glass of beer on the
strength of the above if It wasn't af-
ter 10:00 p. m., although the honor
belongs to the day operator Qf hav-
ing performed the diicult task.
REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
'Your only hope." said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit. Mich.,
suffering from severe rectal trouble,
lies in an operation, "then I used Dr.
King's New Life Pills," she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis, cure constipation, heada-
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the pupils seem to be anxious to im-
prove every moment.
Many are struggling for a state
certificate, both in primary work
and in high grades. The enrollment
this year is greater than ever before
and is larger than that of Tallahas-
see.
Gainesville is the most excellent
place for holding the normal. It is
as healthy as any town in Florida,
and is progressive in many ways.
Its people are hospitable and social.
making it pleasant for the normal-
ites.
The primary work under Miss
Nellie Stevens is making fine pro-
gress. There are nearly twenty tak-
ing this course and about fifteen will
take the examination for primary
state certificates.
On last Saturday afternoon Miss
Stevens took her class on a picnic
several miles out in the country and
they enjoyed lunch by moonlight.
This trip was very refreshing to the
students after being in school for
several weeks.
Dr. Murphree having returned
from the Educational Convention at
Denver, Col., gave the students a
most Interesting account of h'is trip
on lkst Friday morning. He not
only enjoyed the convention but was
much impressed with the country in
which he traveled. S. L. S.
Gainesville, Fla.

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