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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 7, 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: VID03239
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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hnd. It Is not filled ad Greo
ha Intlmated that t will ot be,
Create wr become the tteou
Turksh tnreep wiI soo arrive here
to force the poudes of the Ottoma
T m r already la a eaotla of war-
sh moff Crete. These polleles are al-
ready being reited. Greece Is pre-'
parlta for a more vigmous protest.
Whle Turkh thUaata carrytna
tr"ep are plowg thrauh te Aeean
sea the Gredpa goverammt pro-
pat for war.

R eamd to L. A. Store a cvl war
veteran, of Kemr Tm., that a plot
existed between a toe I troo-
me and tsb e .i. hZd. .
1 eotnarn ra tn bot s cold," be
gal a atea e OW -be
writes. M vel pea gh that
sta k to N ( of mmedleas
fwr rer t rta dowa to 13
pounds. began 'to use Dr.
King's Nh restored
my health I w weigh
17n r weve oldm, obu-
nate ooughi, hmrhaein, asthma.
a #n .w--M# to *A*NM --

Wo Reer to Naval Stewa Opurater
Turpmtiwe Wet to Fifty Cents
Savannah, Auc. 7.-For t,!- first
thse rtame April, t19, spirit: tmurpn-
thne i the Lavannah market r, .h< ;
60 cents yg tPtrday. After working
down low Into the 40s Apr of la-:
yesr. the nearest rlr- -eve : I to th
1i. dollar. was in Ltst June, when it
tochled 46 cents, and then last month,
when t .reached 48% cent.
Yesterday the market opened A
cet hher at M cents, and held that
gwre all day. Posted sales were 2L0
asks at the openaag, and 100 at the
cose. About 4 caasi were carried
over n the late trading without bids.
RBeelpts were $52 casks; shipments.
61 easka, doesetic.
New Trk was steady, 5 % Sic.
Loudou was M 64 for spots; 817s 6
for September-December.
Rolsns on the regular board were at
the chances previously noted, sales,
2,58 barrels. In the late trading of-
Serlaa were 2.7 barrels, all taken
by ee buyer at mostly hther prices.
Very few barrels of pales were sold
at Irregular prices not enough to af
feet quMatios. Other grades were at,
some advance, except D, which wa-
uncharned; changes were M $5.20; KI
LIO1; I $4.21; H $4.20; G $3.90; F $3.8,;
S$3.60; B U.10.
Retept were 2,286 barrels; ship-
ments, 222 barrels, domestic.

100 REWARD $100


Georgia Homre Ceurce With the
eatMe In the Supeaelorn e
A :: ta, Ga., Aug. 7.--S. G Me-
V. ;. on, chairman of the state
r... ioad commission, *ho was re-
movel by former Gev. Hoke Smith,
stands suspended, the house yester-
day afternoon adopting the reeole-
tion of suspension by a vote of 129
to 40. The senate had previously
taken similar action.
While Gov. Smith removed Mc-
Lenden for the latter's alleged fa-
voritism to railroads, a legislative
investigation committee developed
the fact that McLendoo had been
dealing in street railway bonds. This
is declared to be in violation of the
law. McLendon will appeal to the
courts in an effort to retain his po-
sition on the commission.

Caleb Powers is coming once more
into the limelight in Kentucky. He
has announced his candidacy for
Congress from the Eleventh district
against Representative Edwards.
Powers is the man who was three
times convicted of complicity In the
murder of Gov. Goebel and who was
in jail several yeaps under sentence
of deathfl. His re-entry into politics
is certain to stir up bad blood.


&I w SiNow
VWN Wet & -a oe &V*
was me de GO& A
Tmru ru i, nd, ASu. 7.-A's-
- Miller, SU e~, shot and
ine~L f..w, a Slght wstelt-
nua, at Winea, last alht, for mak-
S remarks deruoatory to hs
The sheatieg of of Howe followed
rieL dmregatorya remarks made
--ratg MiDer's mother. Miller
Ilmwet orwe to Winmoa Park klst
USt, and with draw p l ordered
the wuathmen to throw up his
bands. wme roefse to do or-
deeIad a -rast hi hands Iato his
pe le and laughed. Miller was
S der 'the Impreion Heowe meant
to draw a egn, t Is clatied, aad
ared tor shots, all f which took
oest. Howe fell the seoad shot
was red and two more llet e
U shamrd at the p hotrate
Millr fored Howe to sign a de
of the alleged dander and then r-
rled the waded pn to his home,m
.half a alle away from the scene of
the shoottag, and called the park
Millr had bee s d the win-
ter moths at aevlle, Ia..
where his parents had a eotfwae.
The young man Is a student of the
University of Virgln, where he Is
taktng a law course. He always has
shown pronounced election for his
mother, sad during his yoauer
* hool days I said to have had
Much treble with schoolmates be-
Icase of his tftom of whipping ev-
ry boy who spoke ll of a gftt
Miller has surrendered to the au-
thorltke. Howe will recover.

Appeved of in Gaiseevilie
The Ganesville unn of Fiday says,
regarding the above incident :
' PhlUp MUler. father of the young
man, was seen andhe having receiv-
ed a number of telegrams regarding
the affair, readily gave the informa-
tin. which Is practically as abre.
The last message, which was from
Attorney M. C. Howell, read: "Austin
not arrested, and will come out of the
trouble. Ma will get welL Was shot
for making remarks about his mother"
Howe Is one of the police officers
of Winona Lake and shoul have been
among the last to cast emaS, and
the lesson of young Miller I cenm-
mended by a large number here who
are glad that he will experience no
-trouble In setting out of the difficulty.

A. 8. Nusbaum, Bateseille. Indiana.
writes: 2ast year I suffered for
three months wl r cold so
distressing that In ered with my
business. I many of the symp.
tom of hay and a doctor's pre-
scription dat h my cae, ad I
took sevev l de which seemed
only tso IIt. Fortunately I
inkiated pa l Po's Honey
Honey r. It quickly cured me.
My wife has stn used Doleys Honey
and Tar with the same success Sold
by all dealer.
Th Turks Will Have Their Hadsi
FUN of Pruent Omens If Wari
too m e tven"
Conatantinople, August 7.-Turkey,
plaunin war wttb Greece over the
ile of Crete, is meaced upon her
mart ra troller by the Bplgarnan~
Wile four. Turkish tranpealts, bear-
lag Tu th soldiers were en route to,
ete st to vade the sltande
word waa broeut co the ra d vlder.
that a bloody eonunter had taken
place on the froutlor near the Kadik-
ban brrack. Vilara took part and
manyt were seriously wounded Ac-
erd to the TurkLsh- verag the
ugarins precipitated the fracas by
ting em the Turk. The dpute with
OGreece over Crete ha assumd alarm-
ing proportIons borderIng on actual
Iast Pasba. the milnter of for-
lga afirs, declared to he Helenic
Ilstaer that the Ottoman i govern-
met would make a formal demand
ftr the immediate recall of GreIlan
eCaier foml Crete. thminit.
e i Athen alsu will mike' thi de-

Plenty ef Oala Readers Have This
tYou ta the kidneys-overwork
They can't keep up the continual
The back 'gives out-it aches and
Urinary troubles set in.
Don't wait longer-take Doan's Kid-
ney PUs.
P. Anlck, Elm St. Sanford. Fla.
say: "I have used-Doan'iKidney
Pills and ca say that they are a
superior kidney remedy. My work
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
plasts and liniments but the relief
they brought was only slight and
temporary. When I learned of Doan's

cork legs and coated home on them.
If you don't believe it, they cae
show you the gulf.

re said often to be buried dx feet unde2
ground. But many times women call e
their fami.v p .sa.las, suffering, a tshe
imagine. one from dyspepsia, anotherfom
heart disease, another from liver or kid-
Pay dieaw, aeusier from nervous proei
traction, anotherwith pai heeand t
and h this way they present alike to
themselves and their eas over
busy doctor, separate d0ea r which
h, assuming them to be much~ pecrlber
his pills and potions. In reality, they ar
Sii only a mpIwms caused by ome m terise
disease. The' sielan, t of the
cu use of suffTeingt, ipU treatm
ntil large bills mre
patient gets no bett M mSt
wrong treatment but b y

toms, and Instituting tomfoert Instead oi
prolonged misery. It has bees well saMid
that "a disease known s half cared .
I)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescripa i
citentic medicIner, carefully devised
an experienced and skllfol' up S,
nd adapted to woman's delicate sytum
It Is made of autlve American medIcinal
0ots and is perfectly hrmleses iL

the whole system aad to the sau d-
tlnetly fufnine in particular. Fr over
worked. -woUmbut," rundown.- debio
Iated teachers, milllnrs, dnemakeri,
seamstresses, "sho 10rls, oskeepers,
ursin mothers, aMd feeble wom gea-
wally,r. Pierce% Favorite Preeerl
I th ntlest earthrly beebetl sa-
equ u as "ai 8ual a
storatie tokl.
As a noothi ad strengtheinaig m
Ie "Favorite Prescription's ueqaaled
and is Invaluable in allayin mand suhb
during nervous excitabilit rrtablity,
nervous exhaustion, nervou protratin,
mueralgs, hysteria, spam, St Iltu
dance, and other ditr nerveu
symptoms commonly atte aupon
functional and organic disease of the
uterus. It inducnees refreshi leep aad
relieves mental anxiety and despoamncy.
Dr. Places Pleasant Pllet fTnvo
ohe stouch. liver and bowesOn. t
there adoms, Amatotakeassadi

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ln Connection With the Hotel OMc
Skilled worKmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to




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Repund Nigh Attmk of

Madrid. Aug. 7.-An otfical com-
munlcation from Mefila, aays: Last
night fa 11:30 to midnight. stnmg AL r j
forces or Moors attacked a blockhouse
in course of coIUL ,on. Vigoro us T .
fsillades were exchanged until 3:15, ue M aM 0o M
when six companies relieved the Span- frienmhip of it e .1% ~I
Ish and the Moors were put to flight.
During the engagement the Moors their intrest -
toe up 150 yards of the railway. The
Spanish losses included the officer
commanding the detachment killed
and forty wounded. We retained the
position. The losses of the eneya-
must have been great. bat owing to
their numerical superiority' they were -
able to carry of their killed and
o m .W. T"
You can never be quite sure where
a cold Is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter it may settle in the bowels,
producing severe pain. In the summer
It may give you a colic with diarrhoes
or summer complaint Do not be I
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis or inflammation
of the bowels. At the first sign of the M " k't"t.:
pain or ramp take Perry D avis' W I
Painkiller in warm. sweetened water
and relief will come at once. There .CjRR
Is but one Pankiller, Perry Davis'. It CARR ES
is now out up in a large 35e sise as
well as the regular So. sise. 5

Washington. Aug. 7.-Prof. Henry 0 o
of the weather bureau says that an
average of 800 people are killed an-
nually In the United States by lightn-I IIT
ing, and more than twice that number '
injured. .
He says the number of fatalities
might be greatly decreasedby the AND
more general use of lightning rods, a
practice which he recommends.OUSEIS
Lots of men and as en who are -- -
agreeable with aers, get "cranky"
at home. It's n dispoltion, it's the rm f l-M Cp s I Iy la d
liver. If you flI~ielf that you
feel cross ar d house lttlek IIl e
thins worry buy a bottle of I
Ballard's Herblr-t d put your lver a m '
In shape. You and everybody around -
you will feel better for it. Price 50 W M'aA
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. ia Carri e,
IRONS ON TRIAL eI Y l --bun hlt
----- ~ ~ -- W JW IT--- *- SBNBB

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 )1at only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.


OcaI~ r ~-~-

All persons are recommended to f
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache, rheumatisma and kidney
and bladder trouble will quickly
coreet urinary Ir e l which, it
neglected, may de W to a serlou
illness. It will health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk Md* from dtilled weter and of the higo --u
Brighfs disease or diabetes. Sold by byou' Red Waged Delivery. Orders for r ae w-- r
all dealers. poem als talen by our drivers. e is a for gale gr
Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
room house east of railroad in Ocala; T I L I I I I
cash transaction. Apply to Star office. _. ""
pbdff"-R" 1W F Ba

Gevwerwnt Ne-da Fstoffice Clerks,
Carriers, and Mail Clerks.
Salary W to 91,500
Why don't you work fog Uncle Sam?
eight thousand positions are to be Sl-
ed. The pay is large; the hours short;
you get a vacation, with pay, every
year, and no lay-offs at any time.
The government wants men over 18
years old, with only common, everyday
education to take amlmnations in this
vicinity, on Nov. 17, for positions
mentioned above, and the government
civil service Instructors, with their ex-
pert knowledge of the examination can
prepare any man to pass in a few
Any reader of the Star who wishes
to work for Uncle am can get com-
plete free information how to prepare
for the Civl Service examnations, by
writing the gove rruant Civil Service
Instructors, Dept. 247, Rochester, N. Y.
Akron, Ohio, Aug. 7.-Mrs. Bell
Marcri. aged thirty, charged with hav-
ing killed Joe Rodl, has 'made the
startling confession that she killed
him to satisfy the Jealousy of her hus-
band. She declared that her husband,
after teaching her how to use a revol-
ver, made her lie in wait for his sup-
posed rival and slay him. He threaten-
ed her with death if she failed in the
murder plot, she said.
Soreness of the musclea.whether in-
duced by violent e se or injury, is
quickly relieved e free applica-
tion of Chamhbeain'D Lniment. This
liniment is equally ble for mus-
cular rheumats always affords
quick relief
Vft me
JF t ..=ss. AXR.~q

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Hayvood Wlite Sllpur Si
"Land of the Sky-' WAYNEVILLE, N. C. AM.ade
On the Southern RtaDway, one nour rom Aslea l
No consumptives. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths; MausI, WC l
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party aI aihr tar d
information address G. C. ROAN, Manager. (Formerly amaeMtM *
worthI nn, APhcvllc.) '

Washington SemindAry

North Ave. and Peachtree b., Atlanta sa. BoUardte a iad a Shi
girls and young ladles. Boarding department atridcy I a i to as. /
fined home life. Classes divided nto small sertive teo sau .'
Is, Art, Expression. Certificate admits you to VasarI W nebh.*'-
Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begas September a, M.- *
plication. L. .. SCOTT. EMMA 1 ..- .

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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least HIS MONEY HAD TO TALK
me dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all stages, and A Pittsburg millionaire was stop-
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ped on the streets of that city the
Is the only positive cure now known other day for exceeding the speed
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- limit in his automobile. "You are
Inl a constitutional disease, requires a a fool," he told the policeman who
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- arrested him. The policeman re-
tarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting peated the incident and the epithet
directly upon the blood and mucous to the magistrate. "Fifty dollars
surfaces of the system, thereby de- fine," said the dignitary. "A rich
stroytng the foundation of the disease, man has little show with Pittsburg
and giving the patient strength by justice," commented the millionaire.
building up the constitution and as- "That will cost you fifty dollars
sistlg nature In doing Itsrwork. The; mre," said his majesty. Then the
praWretors have so much faith in Its1 Illionaire quit talking and drew a
curative powers that they offer One check.
Hundred Dollars for any case that It
fall 'to cure. Sent for list of testi- POSITIVE PROOF
monials. Address, P. J. Cheney & Co,
Toledo, Ohio. Galveston papers are telling of a
Sold by all drugists, 75c. Take Hall's legless man who, during the recent
Family PUls for constipation storm, was washed seven miles out
-- into the gulf, where he found his

Cernemed by Ofcers, Cagins Preferred
to Sheet Himself
Danvlle, l, August 7.-This city
was considerably wrought up yester-
day by a double tragedy which was
enacted partly In the city limits and
partly just outside the town.
The first chapter In the tragedy
was the killing of )ohn Dugan by
John Gagins, who later suicide whew
he saw there was no chance to escape
arrest When Gagina suicide he was
In the center of a cornfield, surround-
ed by a posse, two members of which
were within a few feet of the man as
he lay concealed in the tasseling grain.
They did not see aglns, but he saw
them, and he might have shot one or
both of them, but he took his own life
Instead. They heard the report of the
gun and heard his groan Immediately
following the discharge. They rushed
In and found him lying on his back,
part of his head shot away, and just
alive. He lived long enough to say: "I
killed Dugan, boys, but he deserved
The men had a quarrel yesterday
morning In a house near the suburbs.
It ended In a fight and Gagins shot his
man dead. He fled and a posse was
immediately organized and went In
spuult. Gagins was seen to enter the
corbfield, which was a large one. The
posse divided and began to "beat" for
their human game. The searchers
were near the center of the field when
Gagins took his own life.
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would *ver suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 1 bottle two
month's,treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall Send for te;'timonialx. Dr.
W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street St.
Louas, Mo.
Berlin, August 7.-The military.
ballot Gross, the second, completed
Its endurance flight yesterday. It was
nt the air fiteen hours and forty min-
uts, geing a distance of 217 miles. It
landed safely.



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It is time that the west threw off
the shackles of the east I would
preach no sectional strikes, but Min-
asets and Washington and the states
between them, witth tose to the south
t Ius should arise lp their might and
gm for themselves that fair share of
anmen.a in the halls of national af-
tIrs to which they are entitled by ev-
ery law of common sense, as well as of
-liest eco-omy."
This was the declaration of Gov.
Joe Johnson of Minnesota in his ad-
dres at that state's celebration at the
Setle exposition.
"We have tn the states west of the
Mimisippi the undoubted balance of
pearer, no matter under what name
tfe national administration at Wash-
gto exists." he added. "Our lead-
es have been content to follow is no
JaiI measure this leadership of men
who represent small constituencies
ad smaller commonwealths."


Champ Clark, minority leader of the
Osncrats n the Rouse of Represents-
tlv, hais given out a statement deny-
Iag the reports generally published in
the republican newspapers to the tf-
feet that there were serious dissensions
among the democratic members o.'er
the tariff bin which was finally adopt-
ed by the Senate yesterday.
Mr. Clrk said:
The democrats came out of the far-
ff struggle more generally and thor-
oughly united on that question than
they have been for more than a gen-
eration The republicans came out of
the struggle worse shattered than ever
before. Some of the newspapers say
that had the democrats not been ab-
sent in large numbers until paired we
eould have defeated the conference re-
port This Is untrue.
"There is not a syllable of truth in
the statement that at the time the vote
was taken to recommit the conference
teport that the absence of Just two
democrats prevented it being recom-
Mr. Clark traced down similar accu-
gStloo, showing that at no time was it
lSpsbte for the democrats to head off
the republican majority. He also said
it was absolutely untrue that the new
law is a revision downward. He said
that in March of 1910 it would be seen
that the average rate is 27 per cent
greater than that of the Dingley bill
wader which the tariff now operates.

A French scientist has discovered
ma secret of long life. His method
deal thl e blood. .But Jong ago
mlias of 4 ticans had' proved
Wlectri o ers prolongs life anl
t th vinsg. lt purifies, et-
and fp t0 blood, rebuilda
waste neri ~l.Jparts life and
te. to the atetm. It's a god-
1~~I to ~r and. debilitated
peoples i n trouble had blighted
my Uf' tor months," writes W. M.
S beman,- o CushMig, Me, "but Xlec-
SWitters md me entirely." Only

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and taste as sweet. Thafs why Sebls-
'tos's aid Lo 's Candles In half
aed pound boes are so popular. Pure
-m-fu i the- ; flavr M deolor Or
redtimwyry l free from adultera-
'ta. ik wholesome and health
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An old joke runs like this: "You
are ined $5 for being drnk," said
the magistrate. "Al right," replied
the prisoner, "I'l pay it, bat can I
have a receipt? I want to show my
wife where the money went." That
sort of a thing is no longer a joke
in New York, it is a reality. Under a
new system every magistrate's court
nl New York has been instructed to
give receipts on demand for fines
collected from persons convicted of
Intoxication, disorderly conduct, or
violation of the sanitary code. Some
of the high rollers are said to be
saving their receipts to be used as
wall paper.

Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of fnding,out
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to it
Two-Consult us about it
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them; DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specladst,
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.

Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in OCala. A telephone is better
than insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.


Srsn A tnhe

Modern cottages, an conveniences.
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph BeU, at court house.

to three doct wfas kept in bed for
five weeks. Bood poisoned from a
spider's bit caued large, deep sores
to cover AfgJ The doctors filled.
then "R'icli~ Arnica Salve ibm-
pletely cud ," writes John Wash-
ington. o quesville, Tex. For
eczema, boils, burns and piles It'l, su-
preme. 2Sc at all druggists.


Elegant furnished rooms for rest at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.


This would be danl hews if men
and women w ld keep themselves
free from rhe jnatsm and all aches
and pains as well asu keeping their
muscles and Joilfts lmbered with
Ballard's 8no4 Lnlntn Sold by
all druggists.

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



The United States Civil Service MY FAVORIT ES
Commission announces that on Sep- | a- |
tember 1, 19M at Ocala, FiL. an ex- I-
amlnation will be held for the positions .
of clerk and carrier in the post office ale by
service, .
Clerks in offices of first and second T TROXLER
class and carriers in the city delivery
service are divided into six grades, as
follows: First grade, salary $800;
second grade, salary $800; third grade. T lt Able
salary $00; fourth grade, salary $1,- .
000; fifth grade, salary $1100, sixth

ries at first-class offices will be pro- ue. Afl cfl fifi hQW iet
moted successively to the fifth grade. A -U1UUUv U VIJ
and clerks and carriers at second class
offices will be promoted successively of l iM Dow Slow
to the fourth grade. Any clerk Is ell-
gible for transfer to the service of a
carrier, and any carrier is eligible for STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"
transfer to the service of a clerk.
Age limit, all positions, 18 to 45
years. The age limits are waived, MISS FLORIDA CONDON,
however. In cases of persons honor- Resident Agent
ably discharged from the military or
naval service by reason of disability
resulting from wounds or sickness in-
curred in the line of duty.
Male applicants for the post office
service must be at least 5 feet 4 In-
ches in height in bare feet, and 125
pounds In %eight without .overcoat
and hat: otherwise their applications
will be canceled. Female applicants
a- o railir..d to e of a *nv sDeifc






are made by all oi e syrups and
baby medicines J a tali opium
and narcotltU. /cOe' Baby XHri
contains no ljuri u or sreotle
drugs of any are' st and sans
cure for dlsoaredtahs, bowels
and fretfuln for teething
nfants. Sold by al druggists.


Gainesville, Ga., August 7.-Idwtn
*Matthews, a negro porter at a local
hotel, had bts throat cut last night
when he attempted to eater the room
of Mrs. Mame Lawson, who
open knife under her pillow. When
the negro approached the bed she cu
him. The negro was taken to Atlanta
to prevent lynching.
In buying a cough dbdne
be atrad to get CChor s Ceugh
Remedy. There Is Cm Itt
and relief is sre to bIapedl-
ly recommended for coughs, colds aad
whooping cough.

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ad tI itsa inee* Effertn e Part
of Rspuleais Tmwrd DemWekard
ftRish', Says Tft

Washington. D. C., August 7.-Pre~.
lent Taft last night gave out a state.
meet embodying his views of the new
tarif act, which he designates arlc-
laRy as the "Payne bill" in accordace
with past Custom of giving first rec-
ognition to the former of the measure
in the House of Representatives.
The President declares that whrl', the
bill is not perfect my any means, nor
"a complete compliance with promises
made, strictly interpreted." It- s nev-
ertheless a sincere effort on the part
of the party to make a downward re-
vision and to comply with the prom-
ises of the platform.
"This Is not a free-trade bil--it was
not intended to be. The republican
party did not promise to make a free
trade bill.
"It promised to make the rates pro-
tective. but to reduce them when they
emceed the difference between the cost
production abroad and here, making
allowance for the greater normal profit
on active investments here. I believe
that while this excess has not been
reduced in a number of cases, in a
great majority, the rates are such as
are necessary to protect American In-
dustries, but are low enough In case
of abnormal Increase of demand, and
raising of prices to permit the possi-
bility of the importation of the for-
eign article and thus to prevent ex-
cessive prices."


The Me Who Wi Represent Forida\
at the National Math
St. Augustine, Aug. 7.-A team was
chosen yesterday afternoon to repre-
sent Florida In the national match at
Camp Perry. Ohio, as follows: Capt
Manager, of the general staff, Jack-
sonville; Sergeant Creshaw. Second
Regiment Company B. Leesburg:
Sergeant Davies, general staff, St Au-
gustine; Major Snow, general staff.
St. Augustine; Major Yerkes. general
staff Jacksonville; Captain Cramer B.
Potter, Second Regiment, Company G,
St. Petrsburg; Private Larsen. Sec-
ond Regiment, Company H. Gaines-
ville: Sergeant Carden, First Regi-
ment, Company K. DePuntak Springs:
Captain Preston Ayres. Second Regi-
ment, Company C, Orlando; Private
Shine, First Regiment Company D.
Jacksonville; Private Sauls, First
Regiment Company C. Tallahassee;
Sergeant E. N. Kelsey. Second Regi-
ment, Company G, St Petersburg;
Major Coxsetter. general staff. Jack-
sonville; Corporal Dudvey V. Haddock.
second Regiment, Company G. St.
Petersburg; Colonel Carlton, team
coach. General J. Clifford R Foster,
team captain.
Proba-b- three of the men in the
team will ndt be able to attend 'the
match. These vacancies will be filled
by the following men in order: Ueu-
tenant Taylor.Second Regiment. Com-
pany B; Leesburg: Sergeant Ralph S.
Chapin, Second Rqgiment. Company
H. Galnesvllle: Private McQuarters.
Second Regiment. Company C, Orlan-
do. Practicing some ten days at the
range here, the team goes north to
compete in the national match, the
latter part of the month. Sergeant E.
N. Ielsey of St. Petersburg won the
.b~mgeAaeedal and cash prie, at the
one thoWsand yard range. Capt. Mena-
ger of Jacksonville taking first as he
did In two other contests. '

Two .il tsets wanted, lx18 or 8x12.
Apply ,t tihs ofthe.

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L.ILWho OWA epd ImA'
course,- truitm, bask. FnCLpu* and ~
doirfe-tail' lam. XIer mv;tl.@;


An 'order has been. lsse by Gover-
nor Gilchrist reinstating Major M. I.
Cohen, of Tampa, nl the position ftr
which he was removed ever a yea ago
following a court martial. At the time
Mr. Cohen was major of the Firt-
Battalion of the Seconm Inaatry. Al-
though reinstated. Mj)or Oobe lMss
twelve grades in rank as he was smith
in rank at the time at hi removal.
He returns to the state troops as n -
lor major. His sentence is mitiatl
by his reinstatement, but not lly

Is the only wyr the poor
child that is a term. N
matter how ml or h often It uta,
the worms atll the & urishmat
from the foutj. g Braid-
cally none. IPbjtbrs' lu
fuge gets'i c- qu
easily and th no aferi eects.
Price 25 een a 14 Soldby an


A Methodist bishop was recently a
guest at the home of a friend who had
two charming daughter. One mor-
ing the bshop, acmpand by e twIs
young ladles, wei out In the hbpe of
catching. ome trout. An old faher-
man, out for the same purpose, wish-
ing to appear friendly, called out:
"Ketchw many. par"
The bs a, drawing himse to
ull hedht, rdpUed, "Brother, am a
fsher of meF" *
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all right," w ,' the bnh s -'s

The best remedy we bow of In 4
cases of kUr a E bladder treum e
and the one we ca ay ecuM
is DeWitt's Xl Pl M
They are antisemd and at once assist
the kidneys toer their Impor-
tant work. But bee you or these
pills be poioe at get De-
Witt's Kxidey P l ls.
There a Im tao ed upo the
market to deceGjt. Oet DWntts.
Insist upon them, and f your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse a dythg
else in place of them. Sold af

Madison. Aug. 7.-Napoleon Arti
and Jim Artis. the latter a younger
man both colored were struck by
lightning in their feld here yester-
day while stackinfg bdder. Both were
instantly killed. The stack of fodder
caught fire from the bolt and the
clothing of the men s partly con-

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SWtAm BedVa, rkFlida Stll ed Beef.
Maa Armaur's Star Ham Armour's Pork
Sp age Caa, b0RutabagasTu, I Beet.
g It-Pot atow Irish Potmtoea Sanakh Onionm

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n"O wthe phoae being given.
Ir^^ft' - bisa h a wu euinmmmastble spirit and
wl swt e .t oertai method
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-t Market -

right. House patated aside aad out
Orataa, gdin, hard on finihing
vaemahingl aad lettering and sal
painting. Tate and skll guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 15. or leave word
at the 8tar office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tt
If you are r da PFoley's Kidney
Remedy will hl you. It strengthens
the kidneys at.ey will eliminate the
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fences; 24 Watula street.
Mr. and Mrs. Townley Porter went
to Lake Weir this afternoon to spend
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dep's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Sylvester and Miss Sylvester
will go to East Lake Monday to spend
a month.
WANTED-4 or B-rocm cottage in
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
., Star office.
Gordon Moorhead came up today
from the camp of the family at Shell
Island, and will remain over Sunday.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
Mrs. A. M. Holt of Oxford is In the
city on business with Probate Judge
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mr. Will Moore, formerly with the
Ocaa Gas Co, has a position with a
Tampa gas company and is doing well.
Misses Elisabeth Davis and Mabel
Meffert came up yesterday from the
lake to spend a day in town.

FOR RUNT-Five-room house nar
Dumlar station. ADnly to YL C.

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Od Ifrw meet Tuesday night.
aNses meet Wednesday evening.
Red Men meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Filing eases at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. J. C. Clark of Galarsville is at
the Montesuma.
Picture puzzle post cards at t!
Ocala House.
Mr. H. P.ttwa- of Hos 'sa-sa :
1 [.rest rf the Mo':t.zAuma.
Call and see the new books in tl.-
the Ocala 'Dws Co.
Therre were arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Miss Bessie MacKay returned to
Woodmar yesterday afternoon.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Postofice Drugstore
Mr. W. 8. Doyle of Jacksonville is a
uest of the Ocala House.
FOR SALB-Fine walnut roller tep
desk,elap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. P. H. Adams of Jacksonville Is
at the Ocala Rouse.

Pero Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Phasmay.
Mr. D. M. McKay of Tampa Is at the
Ocala House.

5 or 6 doses will cure any case
4 Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. W. J. I Laine of St. Petersburg,.
s in the city.
A new shipment of peroxide cream
Just In at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. Ellis, the music teacher, is get-
ting up a kindergarten class in music.
Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
manles smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
Attorney Dan Odom. of Jacksonville.
Is in town on legal business.
Edwards' meat market will close at
2 p. m. on Thursdays.
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith left today
for New York city.
Bathing caps Just received at the
Court Pharmacy.
Mr. W. W. Roberts of Jacksonville is
at the Ocala House.
FOR R -NT-A large pasture close
n. Apply at this office.
Mr. D. I. Kipper of Zolfo is a guest
of the Ocala House.
Dr. and Mrs. EL A. Reeves of Inver-
ness, are guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. W. H. Spires of Jacksonville is
at th e Montezuma.

Mr A. P. Rowll of Zuber is a guest
onthe Montea. ma
Mr. J. P. Thurman of Barnesville,
ha eis at the Monter ribbons, 7ma
ech;nnalys ne c$7ndles fresh every
week only at the Postoffice Drugstore.

Mr. R lls of has nesvillebough at the

Mr. M. E. Robinson Is In the city to
spend Sunday with his family.
R. C. Davis f Co, of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; 7.6 per dosen.
Mr. Chas Peyser has bought his
famIly a very handsome trap, one of
the finest rigs tn the city.
FOR RHNf-furnishedd rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-


Local showers tonight or Sunday.
Mr. W. H. Kallenberger now has a
situation with a foundry in Tampa
and will probably remove his family
to that city.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings-&
Mr. George Chambers of the Ocala
Fire Department is off on a two
weeks' vacation. He went to Chatta-
nooga, where his wife has been spend-
ing the summer, and after a week
there will return, accompanied by
Mrs. C., to Macon, where they will
visit his aunt, Mrs. Ross, for some
days before coming on to Florida.
We are showing the bst 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffiee Drugstore.

Mr. J. SId Parrish of Anderson's
drug store, has gone to Lake Butler
for a week's vacation.
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.


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Carima Apk ue 2 2


?ae ceu* c -a-nws ai as
rght thiNg ad J twhat w; e1x t-
ed of them whei'they ~a dated
tr with whleh to pay ml at
the forthcomain countrfir. TEh will
plae" the seal of amprol n thO 5fla
and assure me U hed -r prad
Mr. Prapk IRankti, of Zsaaesve,
Ohio, whbse interest was attracted to
Ocala and Marion county by Mr.
rumby's Florida Fruit and Truack
Grower, after a several days' vit to
this city and surrounding country.
went down yesterday to St. Peters-
burg accompanied by his friend Major
T !i W. Pinkerton, of Cnlacinatl. the
head of the great tobacco company
whl.h bears his name. Mr. Rankin
.o 'iwn some of our fie labdls by
--. T "I. Meffert and Mr. Asher Frank
S Mar-,n Realty Company. Not
,r.y does Mr. Rankin expect to locate
here, coming down permanently in
November. but will bring with him at
the time several other families and
possibly a number more later on. All
of these people, while not millionaires,
are abundantly supplied with this
world's pglds and will form a mast
important addition to our progressive
Mr. Rankin Is a great admirer of
the Fruit and Truck Grower and some
months ago subscribed for several
copies to be sent regularly to his
friends in Ohio. While here he added
several more names to this list and
he says possibly all of these will
eventually become citieln of Marlon
county. Mr. Brumby has sent to all
these names, also copies of recent back
numbers and what other advertising
matter was available. Certainly the
Fruit and Truck Grower Is doing some
splendid work for Ocala and Marion

Mr. Asher Frank has just sold to
Messrs. J. M. Meffert and John H.
Taylor the fine corner lot. In front of
Carmichael & Son/Co's place of bus-
iness, on which there are located sev-
eral small frame buildings. The prop-
erty was owned by Mr. Herbert 0.
Jones. Messrs. Meffert and Taylor
will shortly build on the property a
large concrete building, which will
probably be used for garage purposes.
The building and improvement in the
city goes on and any good property
offered for sale is soon disposed of.

The Air Dome program this evening
Is especially good, Including the "Tell
Tale Blotter," a detective story. "The
Prodigal Daughter," which Is the se-
quel to the prodigal son, views of the
famous Italian Rivelra. "And His Coat
Came Back," a funnigraph, and an In-
dian romance, adapted from one of
Whittier's poems. You can't get as
much amusement an Instruction out of
a dime any other way.
Remember that Hayco, the world-
renowned loosener of Gordian knots
will be at the Air Dome next week.
Mr. D. W. Davis has bought a hand-
some new 2-horsepower Buick touring
car. The Ocala Gas Engine Works
bought his Cadillac that has been such
a faithful machine.

For 15 cents ar

Colors: Blue, Pimk ad white


People with, chronic bronchitis a-
thma and lung trout^ will find great
relief and comfoLIn FPoley's Honey
and Tar, and ca old suffering by
commencing to tie it at once. Sold
by all dealers.
Bear in mind we carry a ful line of
Staffords and Carter's taks;: l
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
SMrs. Male Lyles and little daughter
Dorothy, who have been spending the
past two weeks most pleasantly at
Blitchton, will return home in a few
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 2c. The Postotece Drug-
For indigestion and a stomach
trouble take Fley's tOr ialve as
it stimulates the sto and liver
and regulates the bowe d4nd wil pos-
itively cure habitual constipation. Sold
by all dealers.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker of outh Lake
Weir, war in town a short time yes-
terday on her way to Jacksonville to
visit her so. Ernest. Mr. Rcker will
return to the lake In September to
superintend the shipping of her crop of
oranges, which will be the largest and
best she has ever bad.

Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We

awLlAm'Low .
tr8, Antb r ftle

NEWiWWW thoroughly,
*andilin tan he -p

poIitvely hoatmi ato
DWINFECTS thoroughly,
and ma at hie reut-
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by "the s s"-i; s tse evu re-

s herreby gives that on the 17th day
of August. A. D. 1. at the reular
meettlag of the city cuef o4 tai city
of Ocal d Florids, bids f b tbhe aem
eH and the city market of the a
cdty, accmrdft to plans ad Wspeca-
tior bnoW e sa ld I the aty c Aks
ofuce of saidM ety, will ity cMamer
by t $e samd o tucucu ; aid cOenl re-
Last arthe rihbt to a:'clp or ar lam
apy of adid bin M. aid bsid to res
wrncin and ied rith tshe cty clerk n
or before the am d 17th day of Ae dt
A. D. 1"L. J. X. M1ert.
President of the City Counbl
Attest: H. C. Siotrunk,
City Clerk of the City of Ocala.

last night about 7:30 o'clock a lamp
exploded in Mr. LouIt* Toffalett's real.
dence In a bedroom and set the on'-
tents of the room on fire. The Ire de-
partment went down oa the double-
quick, glad of something to break the
long "drouth," and with the extinguish-
er soon had the fire out. The two beds
In the room, some of the other furnl-
ture. the wla uand ceiling were dam-
aged to the extend of about 0W.
Mr. Williams, the contractor on the
government bulldig. will have half a
dozen skilled mechanic here from
Georgia Monday to supplement the
present force and the large number of
workmen will push the Interior wooi
work om the building alone rapidly.
Mr. Williams says he could flnth and
deliver the gove ament building in six
weeks if he had the Iron stairways that
have been delayed tn shipment

Some people are born great, others
acquire greatness and some have great-
ness thrust upon them, s the vernac-
ular of the street, and in the last ease
Mr. W. H. Dodson has had greatness
thrust upon him. The other day, when
Billie was standing in the postoffce
door, complacently smoking his after-
dinner cigar and looking well confet-
ed with himself and things material a
stranger walked up and, with a fa-
mFlar tap on Mr. Dodson's shoulder,
said: "unny Jim,' i that your train "
Billy was somewhat confused at be-
ing taken for the popular Hub Shoe
salesman, whom be resembles In are-
Itural lines, and although he tried to
deny the allegatin, his friends stand
Ing nearby, assured the stranger that
he had made a good Iguess.w
FOR RENT-Cottage on corner of
Tuscawila and South First streets.
All modern improvements, ten-toot
verandas; windows and doors screen-
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood. .
Mrs. P. A. Stamps of Jacksonville is
at the Montesuma. Mr. and Mrs.
Btamnps are moving back to Oeala to
POR fALE Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.M: cost S0 new; one large
cook stove, good order, $5; lots of
flowers In 810 worth of pots for l150.
W. H. Clark, Ocala.

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exhibit, both before aad dmwi d0aa1
palmg for the com g year.
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bringing of worda 'ad mtsle ot a
song by Mrs mane iawhich hAd bees
givento r to eogive to the Um a
Mr. Worts, who had compdd is is
omor of the Ocaa Asks aftus lhil
iag to Rev. C. C. Carrollt-ibst tot-s
ance ecture, which had lirmrnl i h-
so deeply that the words ad& *"
was the result of that aerms. it
needless to speak -a the api|*nia
of the honor, and the ia hpLal whiN
It *il be to the Va ..
Mrs. Van Hood spoae 99 the rtaJI
ness and willingmsns of the Star In
giving space for the W. C. t. l-
uman. and a committee w" Po
to interview the Banner for the "
space It being the comsra-s .( 6^V
ion of the nalom *&at better rn-R
and more widespread ntiea t
work was given by the papers than US.
any other means.
it was decided that tfo meting r
September be BspeMod. .*ft ti a*
proposed -absence Of several of the 1C-
ficers. but that does a t really mm
a stopping of the work, as MY -
her is urged to be alert "ad to Oan w
the coming campaip.

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WillNam Virgia aas s bert-
left today for Lather, U. C., whslme i
they will spend the *aIt lwasx t. *
with Mrs. McDwalas mother, Mrs.
Mr. BeL. Mis mettle Pylea -
pniaed them and will *t Ma. Me4- T -
walne's sister. Mis Mry l. -who| BLjtfmaA
spent tsveral wintars i Ocal wthw
her r ster sve, raUl Uyevri N-, -

Messrs. Walter Bay. Cardl ay.4.
Johnson at D A. ClArk, of Marte
were business tors isior tea tWy
and stopped at the Montauma.

Mr. John Marshal, serlate at at
the Ocala Bottling Wo Is vtsitlg
his wife and child at aha Aatmb far
a few days.

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mot delightul occasion, aad It sm-
ed like the enUre town, i a be
clothes, was an and around the sque.

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typist, went up to JckaeTlm solb
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s1M1 ad uras e beat; large tfaalty; perfect health condi-
ft geagim, athWlt4 Gelds. boating, tennat courts, golf links;
i80 ftl 11 bafetbUl! twem champions of Florida In lM9.
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There was one sentry beat overlookinV
a valley from which every man posted
at the evening relief disappeared. No
cry, no sound of any kind. was beard
at post No. 8, but the sentry placed
there was not found when the corporal
of the guard took a man to relieve him.
nor was he ever heard of afterward.
Some concluded that an enemy crawled
up from below, stabbed him and took
his body a vay. Some concluded that
the post was bauuted and the sent:r'
wrs carried away by a ghb :L
When the first man disappeared the
officer of the guard reported the mat-
ter to the colonel. who. thIiiu'l.g that
it wou!d be better that thi net: man
to stand post on No. 8 srhulj not
know of the o-currence, ordered the
offer to keep the matter a secret and
if there were inquiries nbont the miss.
In man his comrrJes to give
out that he Lad been ordered away or
a special se'ike. So the second man
did not know of the mystery of the
ir;t, nor the third of the e eond. cnu'
the fourth of the third. The fnorth
man was the last to vanish, for after
he had gone the regiment was orders'
to the front.
I was a member of Company C. and
we knew more about the disappear
ances than the officers thought' we ld.
but we didn't know what had be-ome
of the sentries. It was the p: evallinr
opinion that the mina were murdered
by hostile Spanish citizens, but with
what object we were ignorant. After'
the war closed I came north wlti the
rest of the command, but eight year"
later went to Cuba on business, and
there one day. whl!e passing a suga'
plantation, who should I see sitting be
fore a ,workman's cabin but John Hen
person, the last man who had disap
peared from sentry post No. & At
first he pivtended not to know me, but
I looked him square In the eye and
told him he couldn't fool me. Then he
owned up and told me the following
"When placed on post and left by
the retreating relief I stood for awhile
uncertain whether to risk death by
some unearthly means or by being
shot for deserting my beat I knew
that three men had attempted to hold
It against natural or supernatural ene-
mies and failed. While I was deliber-
ating I heard a girl's laugh and. look-
nlg down, saw a merry face and two
black eyes peering up at me. The
girl bad a basket on her arm full of
flowers and began to pelt me with
them. I supposed she was simply
passing that way and didn't connect
her with the ghost who bad spirited
saay the other sentries. I seized one
or two of the posies and threw them
back at her. Sbe was too pretty to
keep at a distance, and I Invited her
to come up and sat wtt1 me on the
dope. It wian't long before I had my
arm around her and stole a kiss.
"She spoke some Enaglsh and, point-
ing to a house below, told me she was
on her way to a dance to take place
there. We soon heard the sound of
music, and the girl begged me to go
down with her. have a dance and get
back before the relief came. I was
tempted and fell. I went with her,
danced several times and was thinking
of returning when I was surrounded
by the men In the room and made a
*They were about to take me out to
shot me when the girl who had ar-
ranged for my capture stood in the
door and jabbered Spanish at them
with constantly growing irritation. I
didn't know then what she said. but
learned afterward that, having giver:
them three victims, she wished the
fourth to be spared. Finally she pre-
vailed, partly by threats to expose
them to our troops above and partly
by her Influence over them. I was re-
leased and, accompanied by the girl,
started up to camp. I had plenty of
time to get there, but was dallying
with her, she showing plainly enough
that she had gone daft on me. I tried
to tear myself away from her, but
couldn't I knew she had betrayed
three other men, but her preference
for me caught me, and while I was
trying to get away from her I heard
the relief visit my post Then I knew
I was too late, for if I went to camp I
would be shot for being absent on myr

"That threw the whole matter into
the hands of the girL It was the same
as having sold my soul to the devil.
I deserted, and we went away togeth-
er. She deserted, too. for she uevrr
went back home. Her people were
Spaniards, and the men who had been
bent on shooting me were Spaniards.
They lived about there with their fam-
iles. and had the girl told on them, as
she threatened to do, our colonel would
have arrested and shot them. They
bad only consented to let me go on
her promise that she would keep me
from getting back to the command.
Of course, not understanding Spanish,
I didn't know this at the time or I
should have been forewarned."
- Henderson had married the irl and
they had several children In that
Country women fcde early, and upon
S an Introduction I found the wife home-
ly enough to use for a scarecrow. I
have remembered the incident since as
Sa warning to all men not to be led

Mrs. Peyte DCeire r Ahes to he
G to -LaL Ml hi -, Whi h
Engled NerN Hamband
and Frtu"
Chicago. Auguat 7.-Tbe ashes of
Mrs. Rosa Peyton will tomorrow be
Mattered over he waters of Lake
Michigan, which In 189f swalowed up
her husband and practically all of the
family estate, some $0,00. which he
ui-s carrying across to buy farm lands
on the ill-fated steamer Alpena. Leon-
ard A. Lowery, a life-long friend, will
carry out Mrs. Peyton's wishes as to
the disposition of her ashes.
Montgomery. Ala. August 7.-The
peonage case against Butler Searcy.
Henry Shanks. Sam Searcy. Eugene
Searcy. Andrew Searcy, Lloyd Thomas
and Jim Montgomery of Butler coun-
ty. called before Judge John A. El-
more. United States commissioner, for
its second hearing, has been dismissed.
When Judge Elmore dismissed the
case heaid the evidence was not suf-
ficiently strong to warrant holding the
defendants. It was continued from a
previous hearing because Wash Gard-
ner, a negro, who it was charged was
held in a condition of peonage, could
not be found. He is still at large.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of R. E. Tonge for the construc-
tion of the Masonic Lodge Opera House
building of the Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19, F. & A. M.. to be erected at Ocala.
FIa., until noon August 19th, next.
Each bid for the construction of the
building must be accompanied with a
certified check for $500 made payable to
R. E. Yonge. chairman building com-
mittee. as a guarantee that if awarded
th- contract the successful bidder will'
promptly enter into contract and fur-
nish his bond as required 4y specifica-
tions. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bidp. Drawings and speci-
fications may be seen at the office of
R. E. Yonge, South Main street, Ocala,
Contractors wishing to bid may ob-
tain drawings and specifications from
R. E. Yonge by depositing with him a
certified check for $25 as a guarantee
that they will present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee of the
safe and prompt return of the draw-
ings and specifications to the office of
R. E. Yonge. Ocala. Florida, without
cost to the committee.
Building Committee, Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19. F. & A. M., Ocala,
Florida. R. E. Yonge, Chairman.

Of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that on the
9th day of February, A. D. 1910, the
undersigned will present her accounts
and vouchers to the Hon. Joseph Bell,
judge of probate in and for Marion
county, at his office in Ocala. and will
make her final settlement and apply
for final discharge.
Ocala, Fla., 21st day of July, 1909.
Administratrix Estate of S. H. Perry.
Permit to 8ell Liqors, Wines and
Whereas. J. Mason Tison has filed with
the board of county commissioners for
Marion county, Florida, his application
for permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer in election district one of said
county and state; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, if
any there be, at the meeting of the
board to be held on Tuesday, the 7th
day of September next, why such per-
mit should not be granted.
8. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners, Marion County, Florida.
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Next Door to the Western Union
Telegraph Offico
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt-
ly. All Work Guaranteed. White
Trade Cnly

Located on North Main St.,
near government building.
Reasonable rates by the
week or month. First-class
table board and comfortable

Mrs. Rossie LeSueur, Pmprietress
Phone 77 Ocala, Fla.



Careful esttmatzR on all
contract work. arves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in own.


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