Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 10, 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: VID03241
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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f' tue into Whic might crawl"
m e peting behind ttohem and
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edeat between a deosperate lan lou-f
aed th Icae Mto canae hise deatmh.e
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fieleng were ashot by Poerate le r.
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Kidney Pills and they gave her great etti With the Hotel 0 riously wounded in the Hiarribrsg
relief from kidney comolaint." hospital as a result of a desperate :
Plenty more proo like this from Skilled worKmen and courteous at- battle In a small mountain settlement
Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s tentio to all. Special attention to north of this city, where he yesterday ,
amg store sa ask what their custo- Cbldrn. morning attempted to rob the stere atf Nortlh Av. and pW . A ng g
ome re .n Lewis Myers. Holding up the tre girs and young ladies. iMl s m
rcents.a lt-MlburnCo.le .ialo EL ic tIn Ahamlet at the point of his revolver., aed home life. Cl@es ivled es
New York, sol aMsnts for theBUnit Kinard entered the store, but was structio. aolty o Ightee
aesw Yor, sole ent HOT An OLD WT Interrupted by Oscar Helsley, who Is, Art, presae Crtifcate al yeiI.
Remember the name-Doan's-and AD CO procured a revolver and opened nre Maoon, et. Thlrty-ese o year beg
take no other. other desperado. Kinard fe after pHean L COTL
L L ICN M a half-dosen shots had -been euchang-
TORN BY SAVAGE DOGS _______ed_ '

Dougla, Ga., Aug. .-P. C. Butts, _The best remedy we know of In all
age fneG.mis di A& a Ct his homse C J H Ices of kidney and bladder trouble
an a in ft r. ft dyln at his home C J P H IL L IP S a t o n e a n, a lr `, 00 ,30, 4
n this costy as a result of the say- and the one we can always recommend,
ie attack upon him by two blood- Cf J is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pis.
hounds owned .by a neighbor. The They are atseptic and at once a
man's neck. body, arms and leis are the kidneys to perform their Impor-
acerated by the teeth of the animals. Plans and Spei esafloat- Furatsed tant work. But when you ask for these
The dogs were finally beaten off. Upo, Req t. pills be positive that you get De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
THE SECRET OF LONE LIFE 10 Soos Thihr IS., There are i ittmon- placed upon the
A Reach scientist has discovered Phase IS. OCAA. FLA rket to deceive you. Get DeWIttas.
me secret f long life. His method Insist upon them and If your dealer
leals with te blood. But long ago cannot supply jOu-refuse anything
lilfleno of Americans had proved- else I place of them. Sold by an
ri --e s UD"prolongs life d li A i
makes It weth living. It purinties, en- E zl RA
lehes and vitalises the blood, rebuilds WV Aea
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The ceea" Wria 1Ay W0Ie
*M -^^wd by- ,ob ----- 1 -, A.
Ps .isded e Paem by the ales of -- & A.M.W p ot
So UOd" FDe .d NFe a Dr Nof U. I ~.o amU has l1911sei -
OM Pblt Comfort, Amug. .-tur k W nWomes Who Nad Fought G t, ,t mbtc et te
of the ~- t batesthips ecP the navy .
tnaed yesterday for the point rse -d Vainly for Life a.n He ser. r belowved brother, Jamas a l
oe l where the target practice will Le um o'am .-to t hMai, ,
held. Tbhe rest of the sleet iKUi folow. --traot. Mick., Aug. 1.-The badly -heot I318 4k 00 s A w11 41 aggl
a oMM lag e of fq e li. t battle- r:i.ated dead tba of a woman as 3 w ty s, e that te. e 0m a
shi. quc;rdas ttat has ever been i-s of age wa1 found l a cludmp o t f1aof M t NJ a1 Ib.--aom"41--
clad 1teo etion at target practice In underbrush i Wh fteck t this o e eaty. 4ot af t am "d.t . ...
the Amerims navy. yesterday. The eUodition o the Mtoy rtie eauty. He esty w kstM ,ar
The lGea t wil have the experience of Indicates that the woman was assault. of wMr achm o .his-
metal7 st aking vessels. The two it- ed and illed. The body was found whea t he deprt this e J1 1...
lh torpedo h oats, Nicholsom and by Justiee of the Peace Mwuck of He was mane a Mian aho X 'i
O'Bteo. have been set apart to be Highland Park. It was lyiag on I ts Orange tpr1 ut. and M aa baes
aed as tafets. They will be pounded back with the skirt carefnlly drawn true sad loyal MIama eve arag ML
to piece hr projectfes from the big up over the face. The skull was hs been a membert of Manrate
aM of the i lm crushed and the face and body was No. 49, at art McCe e
covered with bruises. The clothing was nNmber of years, sa d we deem
"11 REWARD 01 dsarrangeit A handerchief, sup- duty to esxrrzr M to t- o
posedly belmaing to the Victim, was bereayed relatives ad frien ,
The readers of this paper wl be found several feet away, e was alo Therefore. be It rested, that e .
played to learn that there i at least her purse, which ad eetorn open death of BrotWei James al .
m dreaded disease, that soasee sha and nothing which might serve to the lodge has lost a tearner t s...
Ibee able to cme in aH stages, and identify the body left a tn* ous member.I who shirkod o .et "
habt is catarrh. Halls Catarrh Care The ground for yards about was nd w a strict adherrt tho ttt
iste t emi1 paeltive eron now known torn up and bits of lesh were Oa the folur ancient Id belo9 lastitt1.,
to the maodla frateralty. Catarrh be. Anger nails of the woman, Indicating The church a deeply palom M--d, a
comtitantlal treatment. Hairs Ca befoI e benl g overpowered. The elpth- h le u and jealous work fm the
tarr CM Is taken nlaternally, acting la ng Is of cheap material, but was evi- Sbe o the bleAed master. The qft-
dioehtly uplo the blood and mucous dently of neat arrangement. nanidty a true dtte'm, -p- Iht to
s.ftea of the system, thereby de- The land on which the body was character, Just in his deallw ad- pa
stroylag the toudation. of the diees, toound is owned by an Italian. Serrirt trioticto hi comwtry. whose life wa s 1
a" giving the patient strethby Markes who of late has entertalae& suchthat to know himM wa but o *
buldMt aup the eostitutlon and a- It is said, many of his countrymen and respt h im.
misting atOr ia doae its work. The who seemed to be Itinerant peddlers Resolved, that we tender to his
AtIrietA have s.Omuch faithdlt Its or laborers. While no sspeon at grief-stri ek r alsth ad blead
euratie powers that they offer One teaches to Marke. the otfearm ame an- the het-felt sypathyoh.f thia led/S W
Humndre Dellars for any case that it vestigatin reports that woMten of the and pra the great gtor of MA Moe W
teais to ure. sent for it of test.- neighborhood have been annoyed re. comfort and sustain them la this their
Mahmfta- A uea . J Chaey aCo4 cently by some of Marke's guests. sad af lotion.
TeleOh. aResolvhed, that theme imeaawe beashe
o Id by aOll Ugists 75c. Take Hals ANOTHER VICTIM spr- upon the minutes of ou lek e
IWaily PIlls fr constipation. OF MURDEROUS LUST and that a blank page ia na rs
MILTON CANDLER Rochester. N. Y., Aug. 10.-The body ory,, and that a copy ar these ismd
-- of Ann Schumacher, a siateen-year- timdo be tarni aed to each aof hte -
Atlanta. A S.-Milton Candler, a old girl, was found half. urled near children, and alo that a eopy be ; -
dlaslagished citizen of Georgia, for- here yesterday. en to the county papers for publica- A *
fer eoagreosman and for several The people say she wag criminally tion F*.M app.
terms a member of the state legsla- assaulted and then nu1Wered. She W. T, Firbes-
tare, died last night at his home In left her home aturda afternoon to A Albritt.
Decatur. Ga. aged 7 He had su decorate e grave of relave and Cmmttee
f i for the past three years with failed to ret CURE HAY iFEVER
IF YOU KNEW wiiinmm-
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you naturally makes t Ihtdk f t A. 8. Nsbam, Batesvflq, India
would never suffer from kidney, blad- adeblate questions, oteMoxlo; el. writes: "nLat year I suffered for
der of rheumatic trouble. ti bottle two aanatiUos, ad unplseeat local~ three months w a rosummer cold so
pemth's treatment Sold by draggists mats, which some physime c der dire that it tterred with m
or by mal. Send 4or testimonials. d r. mental In the o atment of 1dime of4 baaoes, I ehad many of the ymp^-
IL W. Hal, u 2M Olive Street. St. woma. Yet, i lp em a o had, it 18 toon of t fer, andde a doctor's .pe- W "' .
Loa O. better to submit this ordeal than Id scriptioS did not teach my ease, ad I
the dLia grow spread. Thetrale took several medicines which seemed
CONNERS SUES COLLIEWS is that so often the woman au ergoea a only to aggravate it. e rtuately I --: 9-.U.
the a d sltaMe for aothnlag. lasisted upon having F Bley's Hoey.
Bufalo, N. T., Aug. 10.-Papers have wraea who have bean Honey and Tar. It quickly cured .e.
been fled here with the county clerks cwed Dr. 'A Itvwftelsm3ep. Dy wife has since used Wle's Heaey
by attorneys for William J. Conners, in to Iatsion o Ue cnro and Tar with the same succem." Sold
chairman of the democratic state cohn- ic W trteWs ta ellamlnsatlo by all dealer
n "tage. In a uit a against the owners- nwd tamt ei io t r t t ee'
t Cobller's Weekly for (1,-l dam- ie a prM .aut Ir an a. jj THREE DROWNED NEAR TOLEDO
ages because of an article published -inhe2 a Fa or1te.l Pr ocrt
ia the weewikly July 11, 1L. The cum eolklarm sad, Fate f a Man Who Took a Sudayg
complaint contains the entire article h WSkess. it alwayS hellp It It Ride Against Hi W s .i.
complained o., In which. Mr. Conn los t & S ,we"cu.m ItJIs tsac w Wiyhed -
allego he it charged with various x i -no a 'ire Toledo, Ohio. Aug. -Two -me and
being printed o n Itshotte-wrappr;n cou.
crime, including- assault secret mur- ta no deleterious oro U it men e woman wre drowne e an en
der. riot and conspiracy. drg nA very nativ maS al tot ewererescued wit esty wh
e ente E iD Wei t tet smpotion has the l a launch contaitsng a gay party of
KEEP THE KIDNEYS oaWELL do seuaof thoemasemie ntthe merry-makaerscassized Is Earn

eany tO aen peoplteo taketheir lives (I;
several schools o mei cale pratle Sa" "bay 50 feet of the Casino. a sum-
a th Wt a n ad tofnheeN s ou ol d stiagest lionp er theatre, at 4 o'clock yesterday at-
Oer al P repl Know ow fe taonal endoremnt of its Inrin. ternoon. All were resident of Toledo.
er r to tmainde thote a s .,wlbe found in a mo al rw The dead are: Harry DI, a f nk

Many t aerpands me tak the i Mr p in s aroundtamellteailsntoabhoo Lome ,dcy. and Mrl Mabel Reudson*a
aroundrthetbsottleoaIlsothkd-I"abooklet mailedd N oM e frow diilud VAr mad ath
twhehnd e knowe then o i fr on ues,- L V. P i. r ., o Dill was the owner of the boet aOnd60 .Re dW Wa gn Shy.. siA
Roed help. Sick kidneys are respo1* X N. Y. These p oloms en- took out the party of ten mena onI
his for a vast amount of suering and drsemets shod have far mare weight woman over the earnest protest of his
iM health, but there is no need to su- tm e an"y aNmoun of h ordinary lay, oa wife.
fery nor to remain in danger when all nr-profleonal testimonials. Dill's young wife was restrained
week kidneys can be quickly and per- m al on know. what they take as mea. ito the river at the scene of the|
maneutly eured by the use of Doan's lem Instead of opening their mouths lke drowning. n
e E tivng on Thompson t.. whatever Isoered thegm. l t P DISAGREEABLE AT MOME
yak e, e on. sa ad very sgad aeriptin' is of Xno O It lots of amen and womene who are .
they proved ot great beneyt to make weak wman stNoS an11 aick agreeable with others, get 'cranky"
At the time I began their use my con- ShS' Medical Adviser is .i at homIea Is y ot find p*ityone it'h t hyo
edition was very poor. The kidney ae- e yeceipt o stm to a le I you ed l yeref that yoe Of
cretlons were Irregular in action and making onl. Sendto Dr1k. fceel cro06 5 rsowd the house, little '
edimaent. My back ached Intensely, pmr.sveled, orll st3aps for tloS u Ballart's Herbiae and put your liver Iii

on sPlessant P ai3viglsate cents per bottle, Sold by a1 druggists.
When I heard of Dean. Kidney Pills, t regulate alemach.ver and howete Q1O the Seuthem Railway, ome s SRe a
I decided to give them a trial and pro. A PENNSYLVANIA OUTLA9 No coasumptlves. Host end r alphat
cured a box. \This remedy effected a Special attention to moutan..pelto Ia-igg
complete cure in my case. The back- R h h Help Up a EMire T. wn But Web Information address 0. C. ROPANW,

sc wer^eI treght back to an or-ma VUWI I DU Harrisburg, Pa., Aug. N.-Alftred
conditkai. oM y lealo u sed Dns ---- Kinard, Perry Cowlty outlaw. lles s- (


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aad sa waa -e smus thing
"Ia. omii w. plm e -
SAtAn- e ul the i*sa n tiwerve
4Wh 7fe" Ir the h&park

timei t ". ye- love ae much as
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6 m p iA tme shrtm atenmse

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doi. i 4ye lows be, ais not
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"-onS..b ai un .;many years ago
ltlwe wat a la a very good lad. who
A wowt rog ruly t SEuhday School. and
I ml& Ir mimat. B 0t "e Sunday af-
SamAs terboom.- a' be was gawin' to school.
- etwy two h.d b a* met him and persuaded
"Jl b to Leaab Dests wv" 'eL. So
Stt.r 1 :e riverside and
1 ;amd ta Uv a tree, and in
04 t 'ee, f a u which overlnung
he watte. wa a nest. The two bad
t lads rat the gSod lad to elimb the
i | aa d fetchitbe ais. Up he went
Sd* and gt g out on the branch, farther
'N and farther, and Just as he was reach-
S a og o t his kaad to talk the nest the
Sgamd abrasek-. .biok' and he fell into the
--r w river and was drowne."
After a few moments to al-
hC' lea hi- s t* thoroughly grasp
lr the tfO e t of the catastrophe, he

orIy is true. for the
that was drooned was me!"
*at the Star office; fnt and perfor-
ate year loa le shets for your in-
voice e aud blf head systems.
We are &mpe l to do the work.

*The, aOcrelpA e company has
h ethe tahnmlter of their
betgM ut the city a card
bai0g 0lhawteg inscription: "In
oe at ie cat central and say 7ire
oft the ire
Wrai b"^ Weg given.
,I. i vwy eoemm-sable spirit and
ldH=1 I tOnhe uineertain method
l ae of calling the afre sta-
Ba aml say lg ,thers Is & A fre near
S thals %ae. Teae m dsi
TiP .be. -kpt on Iphone so any
(* 'shbB tomrn in an alarm can
w 'see what. is the nearest ire
alar s


r DOy T NEED GLASSES was ade m 'by the "t autberiten d -
that new die may have to be a '_ -6
atny ps9ple do not ned glae but to elstmate the obj.e' a1ble gatare. t.
Sp o t.yThis will In al prbablta the Have Your 1
You may be one of the morty. coins which have a&bvse bem plsed
There wre two ways of fnMinLg ot. in circulation et value above their
O-await fot time a-4 disease to face. *
drive you to it. The objectioabfe nature in that .
Two-Consult us aboat it the Initials of the desialgner, Victor D.
We Cao Tell Yeo whether or not you Brenner, of New York, appear eO the .
a"ed them. DR. DI MBONYT. coin in minute raised letters. It is a -
Esyeight Spmee est, serted by those who know that the.. -
Ocala, la. initials have a& legal right there. The ..
Office ou: 9 to I a. m. sad 1:M initials are f l e to the edge of the W
to 4:30 p. Lm. Optical orAee and lab- coti on the reverse side. below the W
oeratory, room 2 and 4 Gary block, sheaf of wheat.
Although very sminall they ear be
THE BEST Pusvi"vION seen with the naked eye whem one's
--. attention is directed to them.
Not a single 'phone has burned in a The machines were turning out l la-
bouse In Ocale. A telephone is better coin cents when the order to stop was w
than insurance. In case of burglars or received, and 27.995.000 of the little
Are you need quick action. You get conlas had been minted. About 14.00.-
that day or night with a telephone. Mo of the coins have already been dis-
Residebee rates, $6 per quarter in ad- tribute; the remainder will be h"ip-
vance. Ocala Telephone Ce. ped out as rapidly as the demand call
On Monday. August 23rd. the Sea- The Martel Epworth League met on
board will run an excursion from the evening of Aug. ,th. The devo-
Ocala to Feraandina sad rearn for tonal meeting was conduct ty bi Mrs.
$1 for the round trip. Tran will P. A. Ausley, and was 'ewed by a
leave Ocala at 6 a. m. and returning business neeting. Tti league was
will leave Fernandina at p. m. A short two officers. Mrs La. A. Tacker I
Pullman chair car will be attached was elected vice president. It was n
and reservations in same can be had voted on and decided that the secre-
by applying to the city ticket agent's tary will collect and keep the does.
office. H. C. Rayror, The league has at present 24 me-
City Ticket Agent. Ocala. Fla. bers. The next devotional meeting
will be held on the evening of the 4th
Sunday In August.

1IW 11tin2 a1 i Ed maim HOUSES FOR RENT ...
bk MfU y hnAaMR- Modern cottages, a coaveniencem.
well located and new. Apply, to Jo-
srea tbo ... d.._. yy S" eph Bell. at court hOUM -
apicaatwob>2 ------Lc-TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
For $10 spot cash second-hand CA-
SKILLED PAINTING WHT B S graph typewriter; worth fully $35;
want the room. Apply immediately,
I am prepared to take any job of Star.
palntng. no matter how large or how
mdll, o0 bow fine the work desired STEVENS AGAIN SELECTED
may' be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do it Elactio of Offiars and Other Crystal
right Houses painted inside and out. River Itlms .
Graining, giving, hard oil finishing, Crystal River. Aug. l.-Results of at
varnishing and lettering and sign the municipal election held here-I. .
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed. week, were: Mayor. J.. L S twve,
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word N. G. Jones, 1; marshaL I. Hay, 4*:L' W L A
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw. G. C. Kersey, 28: coubmel. C. .He-
Ocala. Fla. tf rick, 00; J. T. Bawls. S; L. parl-. m
-- man. 47; W. S. Paul, 2:; elerk A. I
A MODERN r#FCA OGUE King. s; city physician, Dr. McArtaa. PROMPTL
Have but pne God; and let Him be Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Bennett left here
A God acceptable to thee. Thursday morning for Springfelhd. Q.l
I. .s.S^ where they will vislt their ,dagh ,
Unto no graven image bow; Mrs. Philip Montanus. efln re tu -
We print all wealth on paper now. Ifa t cho H e,- r ing home they will likely run e to,..
W n wlocnopaen-ow. huu 4SSeattle to see the exposition.
Blaspheme no holy thing by word; a Mrs. J. E. Stevensi who has been
Enough that it Is deftly slurred. "In Fa seriously ill, is now able to .b. O P
IV.. ..galp. G. Grig e of Oxtw, Mr.
Desist one day each week from work- Sm P8111006 Ftevenst (ather, is here on a vs t
And all the rest. If you can shirk. "his daughter.
V. For Sale by Mr. and Mrs. Brantley of Grandn, .
Let parents not In poorhouse sit; are guests of the Strathcona I a. Mr.
Newspapers will get hold of It. T. W TROX LER raney will succeed W. a ..age as
VL. station agent here. An sa titatlos of tb
Destroy no man with sword or gun: -- Crystal River, like other Florida ported by State gu
He can be otherwise undone. towns, is quiet just now, but very for Florida Touag
VII. .. shortly three large mulls will be run- m ... Cewwa L
Keep to thine own wife: but of course ning full time and business will be o -r a 80,'
Thou mayst take others by divorce. pretty lively.
By no means snatch. How very rude. I' you are run, dowsn oJW9 -ldiyl~ Arts a.d Nlh
When 'tis so easy to delude! Remedy wil help you. It strengtiS. C bSLCi
Sa n i. nsia the kidneys so they will ehalaate Se cha ical. lsee
Speak out no le. Insinuate; Impurities from the blood that ide- Behmoo.l,
Much safer, and of .greater weight.' press th serves, sad eam exhta- odlnly Law. I
tIon, backache. rheuatm, a aril- A A.,MORPW RE
Naught covet! Well-here I opine nary iregularitles, wkh sap the ,l-, .
We must reduce our laws to nine. talty. Do not delay. s .. 1 1p'
-Cameron Mann in Life. Kidney Remedy at eaoe. Sold by all ,
l dealers.'

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The prescription department is the
main stay' 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 prescriptions.
Tydings ,t Co.
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.
Waters of a Florida Mill Pond Claim
Two Swinmmers
Havana, Fla., Aug. 10.-Misses. Re-
becca Womack and Ella Freeman, both
under 1I years of age, and daughters
of prominent men of this place, were
drowned here yesterday afternoon
while swimming in a mill pond near
their homes. The bodies were recov-
ered several hours later.

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

Two wall tents wanted, 8x10 or 8x12.
Apply at this office.
POR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50: cost Si0 new; one large
cook stove, good order, S5: lots of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for $1260.
W. H. Clark. Ocala.

San Francisco: Au& 1.k-The Sea-
COMMERCIAL STATIONERY board National Bank no longer be-
of high grade and quality, for offee lives that it is lfatlible. Also It Is
and store, receives a great deal of our out 5200.
time and attention. as our stock and It happened thus:
facilities for supplying large and small A man from the finr of Jobn6ua &
orders will amply attest. Whether Nelson asked the jvg teler fr $6
you want a lead pencil or a huge led- In nickels. The teler s over a
ger, a note book or a letter press, It's paper roll of conla.
worth your who e to come In ,look When the rol was opesNd it was
around, and compare prices. 10 of them, totalling $6 ieces-
OCALA NEWIM COMPANY The customer nearly ftdainted.
__ Then he asked the paying teller if
She hadn't made a mistake.
The paying teller hadn't seen the
contents of the package. .Besides. It is
Sthepolicy of every bank to Inculcate
the doctrine of Its infallibility.
So f "We never make mistakes," was the
0 A l~fV calm reply.
The customer left scratching his
Some hours later he was reached by
f I g ood t SWU a frantic telephone calL. But by that
-- time the customer thoroughly uader-
"STRONGEST IN TE WORLD stood that the bank never made mis-
--- The bank got back afl except $
MISS FLORIDA CONDON, of its extra money by the process of
ReUdent Agent. buying it back.
T-, .,-.*., -For Indigestolp and all stomach
:.. --trouble take Ibley's Orine Laxative as
It stimulates the stomach and liver
|GI.T and regulates the bowels and wil poo-
Itively cure habitual constpation. Sold
Sby all dealers.
-o oR L a l RL& Y VaCHllDLm FOR

Canes. Island of Crete. August 10.- t.
The Greek flag. which was run up over Roanoke, Va., Aug. 10.-A stoy has
the fortress and the Cretan military reached Roanoke which is reliably
barracks here on July 27th. the day vouched for that a Montgomery coun-
after the evacuation of the island by ty mother has given birth to a well-
the international troops, was lowered developed child with wings Instead of
yesterday as a result of the protests R E S H F arms. The child, instead of crying,
- of the four protecting powers. makes a noise like a young chicken.
SJOBS FOR MEN receive daly spments of choice INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
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I mMr. W. Ward Jr., of Cloral City.
MWn In town o.dw.
Czs' *n4 asp #be ne bouatz&
tah e t(caJ wa Co.
A u --~U~Ili W. F. Puiam of Redick Is at

the Montesuipa.
Ha ve you een the picture puzzle
j post cards at the Ocala News Co?

S.. I Mr. t D. Fanchr of Gaisville Is
a -guest O- f the MonteumMa.
Rose-Violet Talcum, Bc. the bottle,
Sg at th Postofce Drugstore..
*Fs U5Wl^'A^--ft~f bDX5IP ~ ^. 9SMrs. W. I, Seatt of Homosasaa is a
0 Wohup tojiR cents a Yard "".rt "" t m"" o _
S. -. FOR BALB-Fine walnut roller top
S;ide, .beap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.

SMr. H. L. Kelly of Cl trinele Is a
guest of the Moutezuma.
(& WindOW. Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharma'y.
Sfor gOods that are Mr. C. Mayo of Reddick is at the
Ihq d' made possible imI,._WW .,,-...
S.orl doses *GAP will Mure any es@e
We wish to i this stock of Lawns Pi- -a d

Onc A Mr. M. Tucker of Gainesville Is a
'; oe ^guest of the Ocala House.
*~uia fI .~~A C 1) If U.J.1 ~ A new shipment of peroxide cream
S reI u tt t 1 P. l. IlU J Just In at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. W. B. Brantley has moved
w .*i n Ufrom Dade City to Crystal River.

S. ~ Do you smoke? Then try that Xl-
S '.-:," NK tunmanines smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
S. Mr. P. B. Cooper of Brooksville Is
at the Ocala House.

SYBEdwards' meat market will close at
2 p. m. on Thursdays.
TJIT, Mr. Walter Yonge went to Jackson-
ville last night to spend a few days.

e fress Goods and Ready- or do w cure any eas
toWear w so begi to arrive. M ev. oPr e.
Mr. Ph.lip Bevins of Dunnellon Is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Bathing caps just received at the
- Court Pharmacy.
FOR RENT-A large pasture close
1.I AM:ly at this office.
Mrs. Laird left today for a several
weeks visit; with friends in Georgia.
The Israel. Brown house located .
Nuanally's fine candles fresh every
on Adms sUreet, near the Syna- week only at the Postoffice Drugstore.
gogue one O bok from Oklawaha R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville,
Svn fr ik Prie handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
| aeach: $7.50 per dowen.
Messrs. P. N. Sessions and A. S.
"hortal of Tampa are guests of the

r,': T nnL gRg i : '. blocks from square. modern conven-
Trs.... "- s-ee leness; 24 Watula street.

Mr. L. M. Lanler of Tampa is among

, A FR A N KA M last nlght's arrivals at the Montezu-
S. k Muo g I *9 Vo WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in
healthy nelhborhood. Apply to X. X.

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S. Mr. K Gu Oynn of Cleveland. Tenn.,
_________________I__________- ____"_i____ L representing Collier's Weekly, is in the
.eit'- .., -. : -y ftr a few days.
1t .* 3a> IONlt >.iMiMl ^ Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
*' &4 3 3U_--,. -M-aw. _L 4. MMO r, Ah. Mmauir ahead for, SI and deliver your pre-
03 0k ,. MBUTCH. cDr. criptons promptly.
i . Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little

la g N A A d hter left today for Green Springs
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
TA ALA ASholea typewriter? B. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mrs. M. X Pox went to St Peters,,
T E mSEPLSITm M TWS IAIK burg this afternoon to spend a few
m O V, Sw Mm days with her sister, Mrs. F. W. Ditto.
i. e ls m as-.- th prfeblosal sal fm n a weag of Are you troubled with dandruff?
S'* e l lb brsr ofr the enrroudtam tar"torWy. Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
We W e UmenOe a cl Mases. Our ecstad ruepreset the s aWm at the Court Pharmacy.
g i -- wW have tuilt tare an beita sd uee-tal _ta
W4 @a@ & haIe t y3r baulaeaL. Col. T. P. Lloyd of Inverness was in
m I town today on legal business with
Members of the Ocals bar.
S. M i Connie Crook of Palatka. ar-
SPrived In town this afternoon to visit
NIDI FLOuR WP YlN GA.U. r lII WCO0 her sister. Mrs. A. Gerig.

SM fe *emom work, of wiaevr m", FOR RENT-Five-room house near
m i ..idg -"les- eskgg-L a_8d e.t_- pumpilg station. Apply to '. C.
Om ---j'm -4-0 MaMpey skl w--rk-n a d Jones, Ocala BttUlnk Works. Ocala.

S:- Col. 0. T. Green Is over for a few
SMmD A days from Daytona Beach, where his
mo wJ VIt, yM. v, u G mR family sl spending the sunmer at the
Daytona Beach Hotel.
There Is no better stock of fine
writing papers tn the city than we
B l carry. Come In and look it over if
ib ln IO aNi VE ET LE S O w nt something really nice. Ty-

SWete I~e Val, Florida Stall Fed Beef, .. FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
AroI eM.A i Po* Hob $10; refrigerator (50 lbs. Ice) S5:
j M u -- s ., ,Aror -r one extension dining table, oak. $3. W.

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fine stock. Perfumes, powders
soaps of the finer grades. Tyding

Messrs. F. Z. Rankins of Zanesv
Ohio, .and John W. Pinkerton of (
cinnati. Ohio. the capitalists and mi
ufacturers who are so deeply in
ested In Ocala. are again guests of
Ocala House. after a short trip aro
the country.
We are showing the best 25c. be
writing paper that we have ever I
and if you want the entire value
your quarter, don't fall to buy this f
the Postofflee Drugstore.
Miss Lucile Lancaster returned
afternoon from a visit to Mrs. J
Moorhead at Shell Island and wen
Stanton to Jon her mother and sli
who are spending a month there.
FOR RENT-Cottage on corner
Tuscawilla and South First stn
All modern improvements, ten-
verandas; windows and doors acr
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb and I
daughter. Fanita and nurse left j
terday for Wall Springs. a mile an
half north of Sutherland. where t
will spend several weeks for the 1
efit of Mrs. Cobb's health.
There Is no game law against
one hunting for PLANK'S CH
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure
lata. chills add fever. Price 25 c
per bottle. Ask your dealer;
probably know.


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Hemsp ad
The Air Doae was filled to overbo
ag last night with people who expe
ed a wonderful performance fr
Hayco and they were not disappoint
After the first set of picture
been run through the machine-a I
ihow in themselves--the curtain i
lowered and the wizard appeared
the platform. His only assistant w
a boy of fourteen or fifteen, and
only paraphernalia was a cabi
formed by curtains of green cloth.
At Hayco's request. Deputy She
Hutson. Mr. A. J. Brigance. Mr. Pr
Morris, and another gentleman, to
mP*ntq on the platform. Messrs. H
:.n and Morris brought with them
.irge election of handcuffs and
f-tter.. in the application of wbi
:'r I:'nt mn, from years of practice,
"n :.* lt.
At Hayco's request. Mr. Hutson
,rally loaded the wizard down Vltht
manacles. His wrists were encased
four pair of handcuffs, fetters w
fastened on his legs and hands a
feet were coupled with the gyves ui
he had on a load of steel than a
hard work to even carry. Mr. Huts
carefully examined the cabinet, go
over every inch of it in a way that I
no room for belief that confedera
or implements were concealed in
about IL Then Hayco entered
cabinet and his assistant drew
curtain. A few minutes passed. d
inb which the constant clicking
atl told that the wizard was bi
Soon the curtain was pulled back.
Hayco. entirely freed, came foi
bowed to the audience and handed
fetters to Mr. Hutson.
There is no doubt that the mana
were genuine, and fastened on as
curely as they could be on anyone.
Hayco's hands were then cuffed
thing him, but he freed himself in
very few seconds. Two pieces of a
soned rope were then produced a
Hayco was tied, his wrists to
knees by Messrs. Hutson and Brigan
The bonds were drawn as tight
these two able-bodied men could
then. Notwithstanding, no moo
was a rug thrown over Hayeo's
than he pulled one hand free a
chucked Hutson under the chin In s
a girlish way that the bashful V
couldn't help blushing. What
more wonderful he slipped his hi
back In the rope so that when
rug was lifted, it seemed as secure
at first. But it only seemed, for w
scarcely an effort, he slipped b
hands out of the knot. pushed the c
off his legs and stood up free.
Then came the hardest trial of
A straightjacket was produced
buckled on so tightly that It did
seem like Hayco could breathe.
alone move. He did not enter the c
inet for this trial, but In full sight
the audience worked himself free.
was a tremendous task,, and evident
almost exhausted the performer,
it was done in less than ten minute
Hayco added to the amusement
the audience Jy deftly picking
pockets of Mesrs. Brigance and H
son while they were trying to fas
It is a good thing that Hayco
votes his talents to the amusement
the public instead of to robbery.
would be an almost impossibly d
cult criminal to deal with.
Hayco will be at the Air Dome
the week and will do something 1
every night This evening he will
lease himself from the ball and ch
Don't fall to see him.
Dr. J. E. Chace returned last ni
from a New Jersey seaside res
called home by the sickness of his
tie son. Hugh. The doctor's health
much improved, and he reports "
Mrs. Chace is also gaining in he
and strength.
I have* a late model No. 5 Una
wood typewriter. ,which has not b
used over ninety days. and will
for $60 cash. or on terms. Felix
Sisk. Ocala House.

The great Hayco. the world's
nowned handcuff artist, will giv
performance or exhibition at the
Dome tonight at 8:40 o'clock.
Hayco will show tomorrow night
Thursday night in Ocala at the
Dome and will then go to Dunne
for Friday and Saturday nights.
not fall to see him. His work
Look over our line of toIlet pi
arations. We are quite proud of

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.CLEANS Fu itureAs o Smi largely c wt atl Tsaw o n ":.
dnet mp t. m and Ad thm toe
rff Pon lively har i to Ths ispIsonot ,ee. was 1 tee S ar
oot her wom b he e a a *" an' of
Ma them to coefohrward. org
leg a (I an abol to prO Preachers d s eebut Iet a eset td

e ane t ga entitive ofsw w ae ca g saveno sign.
Is .,tdid p o After all the d eideNm e"
htagio u ws o th e to a smith was lar ely telim t i
lt- man and beast. WK0 O was was ho sMse0
thn ei atd a as his accessory oand.74tm
Iin MYOffUM to life Impaisonmeat, was i the3 .
ere its waiting a beti ag n her appeal Mr a

Sand ne ew trial. but tmad te ateben.t fa 4W -PUMP '-
ntil outcry.

we gamex T"eree must hbw beenmste me mt3it.sii
i hon TAPdT thousand peop le Mab l ti -m-

aing artea n w ent t d present at the pbaiM g m .at ',
left GRO E Y them coming f miles arem It
tn rue witness the executaeio. Ma t '
oer mostta d people tharrived yesatrtay alis e- ...
the OCALA WINS SHUTOUT GAME toteenclaoute.I"peo.l
ur- and R e v Gobo. the latter o ca t- #
of Owing to the drizzling rain at the maxy suh sm e

y afternoon yest erday and the fact that adm tnis ered piritua em f Tto Sei",
and it was not generally known that Ocala t ne me maw eviswa bma d
th, wouldplayministered, Waldo. there was not a in the orrf thedor ,jst or m d the ee
his very large crowd present at the South th prisoner before he was remind.
Magnole with a handstreet diamond to wited-s fromwn innohem He & e wta
leading the game. The visitors were ouptclass last days of his li to die.
se- ed In every point of the game, and At the hour of elevea SberiR ofe-
though their pitcher did good work, wayouled the doomed ma good but at- he
be- his support was so poor that cqt w cel down theand ovster to that grm waSee
let a not stem the tiden that carried the a d out into theak hl ne or
ea- home team to a victory In a abut-out prisoners caled good-by to bla and

his We understand that Palatka will be Ney. He waked to the soSol ion th
ace. here on Thursday and Friday with a rear of the jail with a ar trem p
as strong team and baseball enthusatsm nted the steg o a, told that he
pull are looking forward to these two might talk ben admon hished tatem eant _a
butr games. vo. e that trembled atnd rst W It be. .I
la re requested to be present at the campe- The steady as he proesee d Whether
and AN EVENING SERENADE the trembling was embarrase at
ch meetingmakin at Yoneg a speech before so many, W-
he dall The members of the bandfor the after turned faces, or whether the fison ap-nd Wi Us m
was practice last night went down to the pearance of near waste chorus.e ways ..
and Perdue House and serenaded one of could not be ascertained, but it s
the their mot talent membersved Mr. H. more than likely the rst reason mes.- N. .L .
as W. Tucker and his bride of a few tioned.
with weeks. and after the music had been Smith asserted his absolute feawr-
oth administered. resented the young con- ane of the murder or murderer, and
ord pie with a handsome and useful wed- hs own Innocense. He mid be was
ding gift. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker were perfectlyrawilling to die, If death
Il. most pleasantly surprised. and their wou the ld accomplish any good but stat
and only regret was heights on that as the rlst wasGoo d over and over again that he wasfet 1 "held n g .
dn't totally unexpected, larthey were able onlyetc anocent and that it was a shad* and tt o
let to thank their friends for their kind- a great wrong to brenec k his eetantl ok fatr a gl
ab-. nes. something that he was not guilty of. e .L L
t -- and to have his life swr away a"nd M
It EXTRA MEETING OF EA LES taken when he was anfte thnnocentod had .
tly s an Inland hotel There then admonished the wearers
but All members of Aerne 1814 F. heavier against and company and false of OKriWt.
s. are requested to be present at the of the the ministers agand the prayer and sa
of clal meeting at Yonges ballWedne was the colored people congregate ar o-
the day evening. to strange for the enter- the enclosure joing i. n the song a
dt- talament of the state convention. Re- the prisoner singing the c horus.
ten freshments will be served. The black cap was- a the
F. Te y. Wehexper Acting Sceeey. prisoner's hands and khie home .byag .
de- P. W. Ditto, Presient Deputy W. ca ed out wont th andbe aand Mr. :Alw a.
t of Charlie Smt hith then adjusted this one .. L P
e DA FHOUSE FOR RENT Smith was led forward a step Joat W. e
(in- -the trap and SherffR Galloway jerked
The A. R. Toph rsfountaience near the the lever instantly overnd the body shot
all heights on South Third street. Good, down. The drop was almost anie feet
w roomy house,$3 will large ot stables etc. and .the mn being quite large and
re- Apply to F.W. Ditto or Gy Toph r, it heavyN h ITINs neck was Instantly broken
in. Monteuma. and the head almost jerked from tm. he
body. Not a muscle quivered nor a
A BIG WEE car BUSINESS lifrom Ta mb moved until Dr. W. V. Newsr o /
Eight and Dr. Walter Hood pronounced him laW of ech meaISIl*
irt, The Montezuma ghote had t T2 arri- dead, which was after the body r had Crdl F AVtle' L. in- i

lit- vals for the stweek ending last th. Mr MKean warns the 15. Inut. e a M

pa for the past month. Mr. McKean wards the A. C. I.. depot, -ese a

went down and the water was so high great deal o excitement. The teho am
e. he could not return with It. so left the a pair of ponies attached to a heavy a . _. .. "-
the machine In Tampa. Mr. John Spen- carriage, was left unattended for a )I dilaw 1
and ier went down Saturday night and few minutes by the half-grown boy AT, a. ,.
. & came home yesterday afternoon with who was driving it. One of the horses if (. M b a _si I >
the car. His only accident was on became frightened and started to run. Z owlpg_ M g .
Fort King avenue, in two blocks of The other was not inclined to run at e110b I w 1.a~ v ,
hone. where he picked up a nail and first The frightened horse, a little an L i TeMAb 1
ille punctured a tire. gray, was knocked down and the ve- ait nI sastliw taO l Ig
Min- hicle passed over him and gave him a, ~ t bed. 1 .tIMns.X ,'..
an- A little daughter has arrived at the roll or two. Some one caught him af- "i0 d':- we "
ter- home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yancey, ter the balance of the outfit had pasn-s m A
the in Oklahoma City, and If she grows up ed and led him penitent away. Themm
nudto be as prett ans her mother, who other uorse, a little bay,, then became PLA
as one of Ocala' prettiest girls, he frightened and commenced to do his
S will be one of the belles of the west. stunt. He doubled back, turned the ,n- --.
t Mrs. Charles Mathews is at the heavy carriage around and rushed s .-'

-foota .. .... en .h hn h e w m m W I---HsS "t * >T
S ancey home s caring for her daughter straight for a heavy wagon with a fat
Me of aS an mddau terhas only agrad- board bed drawn up in front of the
,rom otrc d.^r Postofeie Drugstore. The tongue of
ye w ee returned and a the caraw t was drawing and when

nd a grnt daugn e mobile, but one of tdo-b new S-orCb d.. up -front. f th. e IL5
The ladies of the Baptist church at the pony came to the wagon he gave
this Anthony will give an ice cream sup- a great leap and landed squarely
en- per at the residence of Mrs. Moore on across the bed of the wagon from --
t to Taffordsday evening Carters Aug. 12th. very- whence hem soon flopped over and fell ,
fountter body irom invited t u the ground. Strange to may, sther: --.
pony was any the worse for his es-.C
FOa We have a most eNT o ur-room cottagite line of FRE apde OOas far as could be seen, and
he ferentola s street next door to Rev. the only damage to the carriage wasd
ts. Quarterman. See Gillen. No. 1, South broken ender and the other lightly i
foot irth street, after S bent The harness, however, was In a
een- dozen pieces and the gray hadn'tA L ie t l
Miss Hattie Smith of Rheinauer & scrap left on him.
Company's dry goods store, who has 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
little been visiting at Williston for the past
yes- few weeks, has returned and Is at her How ,I that. This Is not an anto-
nd a post again. mobile, but one of those new I-Inch *l 7
they Westinghouse electric tans that
ben- Bear In mind we carry a full line of have just received. Let me place one -
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also or two of them In your hoe or eaf
fountain pens from 81 up, at the Ocala your desk. HI W. Tucker, the elsc- Of Flael loUment and 10giS
any News Company. trical supnly man. Natlee It hqspy gives het a

ents fancy Imported china In many dit- We have a large supply t bre ewod, and vemdbaes to doe A JSsqI 4
he'll ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly both pine and oak, fireplace sand 1s.v wJ of 3nto eats-1 a 1 ls80
Drugstore. lengths. Good seasoned wood. V0101t. at bb4 e"eeIs ON"1 1 w-
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR make he6r anal etIm Ia

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Beverly. Mass. August 1.-Beverly
wa has t nday, but the president
epent a lay day and did not seem to
mind the more than 94 In the shade.
Mr. Mr. Taft is going to dispose of
the matter of census supervisors
theroghoao the entire United States
this w.e* Secreltary of Commerce and
Labor Nagel. and Director of the Cen-
sus Durand. are coming to Beverly the
latter part of the week with a list of
names, and by the time they leave the
president hopes to announce his posi-
The president has fized upon the
policy he will follow with reference to
census appointments in the South. In
the states which are solidly democratic
the president will divide the appoint-
meats equally among the democrats
and republicans. He will Insist that
the appointees shall not be active
partisans, however, however, but
capable men.
From the so-caUed "solid South" the
president has picked out North Caro-
lina. Tennessee. Kentucky and Mis-
souri as debatable states and will treat
them on the same footing as Northern
states, giving all of the census jobs to
republicans. He will insist, however.
that in these states, the same stand-
ard of efficiency and character of men
shall obtain, The states In which the
division between democrats and repub-
liceans will be made are:
Virginia. South Carolina. Florida,
Georgia. Louisiana. Mississippil, Ar-
kansas. Louisiana and Texas.
As to Virginia, the president is rep-
resented as believing that the bitter-
ness of the recent primary fight in that
state between Harry St. George Tuck-
er and Judge Mann for the democratic
gubernatorial nomination will give re-
publicans an opportunity to make a
showing at the polls next November.
Anythlfn he can legitimately do to
help the' party in the state, it is said.
he will gladly do. Several adminis-
tration officers and possibly a cabinet
officer or two will make speeches dur-
ing the Virginia cadipaign.

TYour only hope," said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit. Mich.,
suffering frbm severe rectal trouble,
lies i anS operation. "then I used Dr.
King's New Life Pills," she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis. cure coumtlpation, heada-
che. 25e at all druggists.


The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on Sep-
tember 1. 1909, at Ocala. Fla. an ex-
amination will be held for the positions
of clerk and carrier in the oost office
Clerks in offices of first and second
class and carriers in the city delivery
service are divided into six grades, as
follows: First grade, salary $600;
second grade, salary $800; third grade,
salary $900: fourth grade, salary 81.-
000; fifth grade, salary $1,00, sixth
grade, salary $1,200. Clerks and car-
riers at flrst-class offices will be pro-
moted successively to the fifth grade,
and clerks and carriers at second class
offices will be' promoted successively
to the fourth grade. Any clerk is eli-
gible for transfer to the service of a
carrier, and any carrier Is eligible for
transfer to the service of a clerk.
Age limit, all positions. 18 to 45
years. The age limits are waived.
however, in cases of persons honor-
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 tn height in bare feet, and 125
pounds in weight without overcoat
and hat; otherwise their applications
will be canceled. Female applicants
are not required to be of any specific
height or weight.
Applicants for the post office ser-
vice are required to be physically
sound and in good health.
For application blank, instructions
to applicants, and further Information
application should be made to the lo-
cal secretary at the Ocala post office,
or the undersigned. No application
will be accepted unless properly exe-
cuted and filed with the undersigned
prior to the hour of closing business
on August 25., 1909.
Sec. 6th Civil Service Dist.
Atlanta,.. Ga.

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 fretfulness-splendid for teething
infants. Sold by all druggists.


Sommer .Followed .His .Successful
Flight by Smashing His Aero-
Chalone-sur-Marne. Frange. Aug A.
-Rogers Sommer. the aviator who
Saturday flew two hours, twenty min-
utes and fifty seconds in his aeroplane.
breaking the world's record held by
Wilbur Wright, essayed another flight
yesterday. He stopped his engine too
abruptly, however, and the machine
struck the gound with such violence
that it was smashed. Sommer was
No matter how long you have suf-
fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen, of
Wayne, W. Va., writes: "I was a
sufferer from kidney disease, so that
at times I could not get out of bed.
and when I did I could not stand
straight. I took Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured me entirely." It will
cure you. Sold by all dealers.



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safe and prompt return of the draw-
Ings and specifications to the office of
R. E. Tonge, Ocala, Florida, without
cost to the committee.
Building Committee. Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19. F. & A. M, Oeala.
Florida. R. E. Tonge, Chairman.




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I 9freh-< Auge -W. C. Morgan, a
well knWm sawmill man of this pe.
was run over by train No. 0 at ifef-
ner last aight, and was Instantly kil-
Morgan visited Tampa yesterday,.
and while there, it is aid. dra
quite freely, &ad when ready to rf-
turn home at 9 o'clock last night, was
very much Intoxicated. A friend com-
lag from Lakeland on the same train
(No. 82) bought Morgan a ticket to
Laeland and helped him on the train
at the Tampa depot. When the train
was out a few miles from Tampas
Morgan. It appears. .became boister-
ous. and when Seffner was reached he
was put off.
He was so badly Intoxicated that,
after stumbling along the track a few
yards, he lay down, or fell down, and
while lying on the track asleep or in
a stupor, No. 85, due a few minutes
later, struck him and he was ground
to pieces under the wheels. His body
waa strewn along the track for some
Remains in a Box
When found the scattered remains
were gathered up and placed Ina box.
arriving at Lakeland at o'clock this
aftertfoon. The mangled fragments
presented a gruesome sight, which
was viewed by a number of morbid
persons at Cowdery's -undertaking es-
Mr. Morgan was aged about 50
years, and was an Industrious man,
thought well of by those who knew
him, his chief falling being that which
was the cause of his sudden and ter-
rible death. He has resided In lake-
land several "years and had operated
a sawmill in partnership with V. V.
Van Huss. He leaves a wife and six
children, most of the latter being
quite young, and the loss of the hus-
band and father falls very heavily
upon the family, who are left with
very little besides a modest home.
Charitably inclined people of Laker
land are planning tonight to render
the family assistance In their great

Take Kodol at the times when you
feel what you have eaten is not digest-
ing. Kodol digests what you eat so
you can eat sufficiently of any good,
wholesome food, if you will Just let
Kodol digest it. Sold by all druggists.

An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity In ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
room house east of railroad in Ocala:
cash transaction. Apply to Star office.


Is hereby given that on the 17th day
of August, A. D. 1909, at the regular
meeting of the city council of the city
of Ocals, Florida, bids for the remod-
eling of the city market of the said
city, according to plans and specifica-
tions now on file in the city clerk's
oface of said city, will be considered
by the said council; said council re-
serving the right to accept or reject
any of said bids: said bids to be in
writing and filed with the city clerk on
or before the said 17th day of August,
A. D. 1909. J. M. Meffert,
President of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk of the City of Ocala.

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,
Fla, until noon August 1*th, next.
Each bid for the construction of the
building must be accompanied with a
certified check for $500 made payable to
RC E. Yonge, chairman building com-
mittee, as a guarantee that if awarded
the contract the successful bidder will
promptly enter into contract and fur-
nish his bond as required by specifica-
tions. The right Is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Drawings and speci-
flcations may be seen at the office of
R. E. Yonge, Bouth Main street, Ocala,
Contractors wishing to bid may ob-
tain drawings and specifications from
R. E Tonge by depositing with him a
certified check for $25 as a guarantee
that they winll present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee of the

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Nearly all the members of the South
Lake Weir Intermediate society are
away on vocations.
Friendly messages reached our of-
fice yesterday from General &ueta,,
Shaw and Dr. Clark. The former sa"
that the Florida greeting for ft, Pat
International convention was receved
and read with many others from the
great, scattered World's Unio.
Mr. A. Schaab. Introduction saperia.
tendent for New York state unlem,
has answered our letter referring to
the going to his state of Miss Winnie
Mix, of Tampa. Although there was
no society near her. the state and dis-
trict officers were to look her up anad
make her "feel at home."
We sent two introductory letters to
Tennessee union, and almost by re-
turn mail came meaaAges ro o
the president. Mr. Dean. and secretary.
Mr. Wheatly, of Memphis, promising
to have our Florida workers Introduc-
ed to those of Tennessee. Mr. Dean
missed the St. Paul convention, but
President Wheatly was there, and in
all their union had ten delegates who
traveled one thousand miles to reach
the convention city.
The district secretaries of the Floer
Ida union have started a circle of let-
ters by which they hope to get beter
acquainted and mutually cheer and
sympathize with each others' cares
and problems.
The state secretary, also press and
introduction and sunshine walatiten-
dent, for Christian Bndeavorers In
this state, during the first quarter of
this Endeavor year-April tll Juy-
wrote about 390 letters. Hand writ*
ten cards were sent to the number of
125 and 294 packages of literature or
printed letters were distributed.
"The Iniquity of War" is the strong
subject for next Sunday's Endeavor
meetings. The C. E. World says,
"Christian Endeavorers cha promote
peace by learning more about other
nations and the foreigners In our own
country, and by frowning upon every
indication of national bluster and In-
justice." This Is a delightful combi-
nation of mission and Christian cit-
Izenship study, that should appeal to
the eager minds as well as "hearts of
our young people.
We have just r&elved our cqrdial
greetings from Miss Kittle L. Melsoa.
state secretary of the Young Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, also
from Rev. C. L, Collins, ,superlnten-
dent of the Anti-Saloon League.
State President Winnard reached
New York safely. A card has come
written in Boston Endeavor head-
-quarters, but "Dr. Clark and Mr.
Shaw are both out."
The Christan church society in
Jacksonville fas reduced its member-
ship more than a third by a reorgani-
zation in which every one was asked
to sign the consttlutlon and "begin all
over again" in being loyal to the ia-
deavor creed "for Christ and the
church." It was found that many
were willing to attend and "help out'
who did not feel like taking the vows
which they should as active members.
This plan of reorganization is some-
thing greatly needed many places.
Do not forget the HIusborough
and Manatee convention Is down for
Oct. 24th-28th, at Bradentown. Orlaa-
do expects to entertain Orange and
Osceola district, probably from Nov.
5th-7th. Interlachen, for northeast-
ern district, the first Sunday In De-
cember; and Lake and Sumter dis-
trict will meet In some week between
Orlando and Interlachen dates. "Pray,
plan and push." Is a well known ex-
pression, but its meaning never gets
worn out and is good for these fall
conventions of 1909.
Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Fla, Aug. 5th, 1909.

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