Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 12, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03243
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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inroyarwell. Herhusband missedhert wL A SHeeol of hsadtimal Arth,
to on e thtobepresent t or phone. They are the the greatest Upon Request. a little later and after long search In Arts and Sciences: Agriculture; IL A hool Art
the hanging of Albert Smith, the ne- little thing in the home, especially n et. little later and after long h Chemical Civil, Electrical and Me- IV. A Sehoo- of T ...
gre who so brutally murdered Rev. hot weather. Connect the cord with 120 outh Third ,t., found her body in the well. chanical Engineering; Law; Normal V. A School or Teahern.
Ilaac Draft. one of your light drops and in a few Pome 180. OCAA, FLA. McComb, .. Aug. 12.-The bodies of eedingo Gradoate School. E wpenses No T f t
1 s Ra Stei of Osca. has been minutes the iron Is hot. No smoke Mrs. James H. Rtter, longIn ill health. Exeedlngly Low. For Catalogue wrle Fo In Ttom O t
visiting Miss leanor Tremere. or dirt and hMat only where it is Mr. James H. R-old-dtter long n ll health A. M., L LEDWA
Miss Ida s8aow of Pedro Is visiting wanted. IH. W. TUCKER. and her year-old-daugbr were found A. A. MURPHREE, A. M, LL D, EDWARD ONRAO6 M. A, P..Ib
her elee. Mrs M. A. Ddley. w. yesterday in an abandoned well by the President
Mrs. It. W. amilton and daughter., The best remedy we know of In all woman's husband. The coroner pro- _,_,_,_,_,_"_"
of Palmetto, ae isttg Miss Marie cases of kidney and bladder trouble -nounced it a case of suicide. The body
Welhe. and the one we nays recommend, of the baby was clasped tightly in the
Mr. Joseph Luclus and family and is DeWltt's KIdney anl gladder Pills. I1JNEKAL DIREUa1u mother's arms.
. Edwin Spencer were camping They are a septle an4 at once assist WASHINGTON MNCE GAVEUPl iJ -. 5 lg
tr several days last week on Lake the kidn y to, perform their Impor- otetw pI .b for
e-. tant wor Buthen you ask for these Uofcfta8erS and Emlbalmes to three doctor was kept in bed for
Mrs. C. A. Tremere with her daugh- pills posl ve tat you get De- five weeks. poisoned from a
tera Eleanor and Minale. visited Lake Witt's dney d Bladder Pills. D. E. Mclver Alfred M. Owea spider's bite used large, deep sores
Weir on the Sabbath, where they ex- There are l ons placed upon the to cover his eg.w e doctors failed,
pected to meet Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's. UnIertakers. then "Buckler s A e. Salve com-
Hightower. Owlang to a bridge break- insist upon them, and if your dealer pletely cured me." wr es John Wash-
lag, caused by a large drove of cattle cannot supply you-refuse anything fie Cid u ington, of Bosq lle, Tex. For Foir I w n .y ,eI
ressla they were left on the wrong else in place of them. Sold by all AU work done by licensed embalm- preme. 25c at all druggists. usr
side Ow the river and were unable to druggists. era and fully guaranteed. bl r .5 tCe olel ord Dgpst
keep the appointment er. nd fully guaranteed C rtore
Mr. Charles Fy on Sunday return- LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA ww KATES 1' ofi lst i we W'- I
ed from igh Springs, where he has ATLANTIC COAST LINE ta ahe teAnd, I ong enough, inaes s i e l eer that
been stopping for a number of weeks. *-10A5---s Angeles and San E uAmitable -die aseos s.w ,, _-tc a-
We are soamy to learn that It has not $FranciMs. on sale various dates. 1. d ieo. which Kodol t mmt soMl If w c841 Mt a W" -'
Improved his health. Ntmit October 31. Variable routes $1 70- Montesgle and Sewan e Ten t te I ou eatao N v m
On the th J. J. Nelson with his and stopovers. and return. M. W. & M. F., July 1. Isno help for at alL J t k.%.I
LiOeeAran. e i hr10,17,23.2,20,August1 4.4.Limtiit Thra In toI myfb 'a 1t ft 4
two teams went to Ocala and moved a M40S.-Seattle. Washington. Variable 10 2 24 A st 4 Llmt h .I Z I0 ,
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*WS1 REWARD, $100 AI&W TUGBOAT TURNED. TURTLE
RThe readers of this paper will be Rockport, Mass., Aug. IL-The nav-
phased to learn that there is at least al tug Mexinscot, bound from Ports-
one dreaded disease that science has mouth to Boston, capsized during a
41111 I*Ily HeM f Teir Own in a been able to cure in all its stages, and With One Rapist in the County Jail, gale off Cape Ann yesterday and seven -
*110i,0d y v w v u. Ued.r that is catarrh. Hall's Catar.r -'ure is Another Negro Made Himself of the crew were drowned. The
the only positive cure known to the drowned included the captain, surgeon,
the Walls of Me211 medical fraternity. Catarrh bt:.>g a Eligible for Lynching engineer and four sailors. ..
constitutional disease, require a con-' Three men, members of the crew, The rmlarkahlo s slll B
Madrid. AVu. 1-&ostlitles have stitutlonal treatment Hall't Catarrh '7 ta. Ga.. Aug. 12.-With Will- seized a life raft as the tug turned -
nowmeaied aSr and at M14la. and PCu ii ta.n interr "y, a-'i..j dir isgthmg Is gUMf em all aming the lne. !y u.on th. blood a.ad mucous surfaces as -aulted Mrs. Exy Brown several members of the crew righted a boat .
The Mown attacked the Spanls of the system, thereby destroying the ; weeks ago. in the jail here. strongly and succeeded in making a fleet of th r interests.
garrBleu at Pesom de Ia Gomera yes- foundation of the disease. ard giving guarded, the tense excitement follow- fishing craft that were not far away.
teady aftereon. The ighting was the patient strength by building up the l ng the opening of his trial here yes- The life raft was blown out to asea
Very le. the attackers rushing up the constitution and assisting nature terday was increased last night when, and the men who were aboard may
to the Speaish e.trach...ants and 4n- In doing its work. The proprietors shortly aftrr 6 o'clock an unknown possibly be lost by this time. The
deavorin to foree the Spaalsh lne have so much faith in Its curative negro ?tt* mpted to criminally assault fleet of fishing Vessels are scouring.
backward to MellDs. The Sp1niar* powers that they offer One Hundred Mrs. J. V'. Hicks, wife of an engineer the sea searching for the life raft.
hiM tbhei own. Dollars for any case that it falls to of the L"uisville & Nashville road. --
. Al threo h the afternoon the battle s end for list of testimonials. Mrs. Hicks was preparing to put !F YOU KNEW. -FrIJ-
Shely dudw when lgb*htl te Address: F. J. Cheney ~ Co., Toledo, 0.her little baby to bed when a negro* th- mer!~s the Texas Wonder. -
Mon withdrew. As the mOM rose 1 Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's who had concealed himself under the would ntver -ffer from kidney, blad- "
they attempted to tak the psFamily ills for constipation. bed, grabbed her by the ankle. She der of rheumartie trouble. 91 bottle two 3 .-
p.sitions, and at midnight the fighting screamed and managed to free herself month's treatment. Sold by druggists
When daylight broke ths morning FIRE AT MIDDLETON withstanding that part of her clothing W. Hall, 292 Olive Street St.
It was found the Moo. had thrown was torn from her body. Frightened Louis. Mo.
,ap earthworks during the night and Middleton. N Y.; Aug. 12.-A fire by the screams of Mrs. Hicks, the ne- Blll MumI
were entrenched behind them, right In which cused a loss of not less than gro ran from the house.
front of the Sp i es At day a o nt l th Fearing that an attempt would be CITRA MRND
light they began inhg at ay-lose range. .M swete a t t tir' made to lynch the negro. webb, the Miss elma Cason of Island Grove - "
Tl a.city o. sheriff declined to withdraw his dep.. and Mr. Weeks of Waldo. were guests
The rile bullets dropped Into the city ty-six.buildingswereburned.andtheI siefri m tecliae l toiwnihrw r sde t eporoof r.-aA"-'.

the trenches upon the Moore. h bad been resorted to. Mrs. Hicks. Howeve.s an armed posse We are all very sorry to hear of rthe -,
ptanlardas ued their heavy artillery is scouring the surrounding country serious illness of our former physic- W iEI I l
with telling effect. BABY MORPHINE FIENDS for him. Ian, Dr. S. T. CarswelL We wish him -
At the time of sending the 4- ABY IE FE S a speedy recovery. C
patches he fghting was still going on. are made by all soothing syrups and Mr. Andrew Ellis. the express mes- '; -:.
Span h Island and has been used as and narcotics. 's Baby Elixir w,,----, his family to Wilcox. Fla.
a penal station. contains no I ur or narcotic o Sue wme 5 M ..101257. .00 Dr. Creekmore, formerly of Live
drugs of any k d. A ure and safe i health but who laire exactiuag dum Oak. is now pleasantly situated In _._...._____
ThE SECRKET F LON LIFE cure for disorder chs, bowels perform either nla the way of hom- Citra, .ready to answer your.calls. His
and fretfulness-splendid for teething d cares or In social duties and fuea office is next door to the postoffice on
A French scientist has discovered Infants. Sold by all druggists. Ij seriously tax their strength, the corner of Orange Springs and
one secret of Io .J His method aw sio r danotbersl, Dr. Pica% Greely streets. Dr. Creekmore is an fD l M. 'f &
deals with the l -t long ago UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Favorite ptlon has proved UMI experienced physician and has already __- i .l
millions of rfcans had proved valuable tonic and lanvigSa. proven his skill among his many pa- 8 I llt Iq p l
Electric BI ra prolongs life and Opening of the Law Department, Ing nervine. B I timely usu, ch tents who praise his untiring efforts. .
makes It w h living. puarfies, en- September 29, 1 909 eriou sickness and Sfln pa"dl. his wonderful aptlence, gentleness and W- i W :,
riches ahd Italses t rebuildsl We have Just received the first an- voi4~ .i peratin table and t "kindned The Citra people feel high-M.citaC K ;
waste a e JJts life and nual announcement of the law depart- ^ .. eann ., knie. would- It I ly complimented In having so skilled a
tone to t eIt's a gd- ment of the University of Florida. eom have to be loved i this physician to fill the place of Dr. Cars- ar l C iae W m
send to eak s~i raid debilitated which Is to be opened in Gainesville ,iu.f ....... -'-iwo Mr. wel, whom we all knew. -c k -
people. dn ubl had blighted September 29th. The course of study the. TheFavorlteP p M ce went u to Jackson- W
my ite fo thsr," writes W. M. coversaperiodof twoyearsof thirty- asrovenagreaboontope t ville Sunday morning to visit his
Sherman, of Cushing, Me, "but Elec- two weeks each and Includes all of the mothers by preparing the system for de nephew. Mr. Ralph W. Dull, whom we-in- -.h
trie Bitters cured me entirely." Only subjects prescribed by the supreme coming of baby, thereby r during ehld- a re glad to say is gradually -- improving -
6e at all driaggists. court for the bar examination. The birth safe easy, and almost painless om a siege of typhoid fever. As oon -
annual tuition is forty-five dollars and Bear in mind, please that Dr. Pieresl his old home in Kent, Conn. '
BELLEVIEW the total minimum cost of one year In Iveote Prtc ription Is not a secret or Mr. Graham, the auditor, was in the
the law' school, exclusive of books nd patent medicine, against which the ms city Monday. V ..
The funeral of Mrs. Mettle Barrett laundry, is one hundred and sixty-five intelligent people are quite haturally Mr. Oswell Ray has returned from a
of Sanford. la., was held here on dollars. Those Interested can get fur- averse, because of the uncertainty as a short visit to friends in Palatka. "
the 4th. Her husband, Fank Barrett ternformation by addressing Pres- ir composition harm character, Miss Julia E. Tillman, our popular -
son.s relatives and friends were pres- dent Murphree or Dean Farrah, at but Is a MEDICN or xxow COMPOs- saleslady, has had her store repaired .
ent Having been a resident of Belle- Gainesville, Florida. nox. a full list of all Its Ingredients being and painted, which adds much to the -- ---- '
view for many years, she had many KEEP THE KDNYS WELL printed, In plainEnglish, on every bottl- beauty and attractiveness of it. She
friends. She was a lady n the true KEEP THE Kwrp An examination of this list of now has the coiest and most Inviting
meaning of the word. She was held th I Wr avin and Some Igrients will disclose the fact that It le store in town.
In high esteem by al who knew her. He alth s oSle KiHow Soe mon-alcoholic in it composition, chemle- Miss Ruth and Master Carlton Er- -
Her death is a loss to earth and a o OcaIt P.eKoally pure, trile-refined glycerine takingvine. are visiting relatives In town I
gain to heaven. She was born in t Sav It the place of Ihe commonly used aku tho l .k.
Georgia 68 years ago, the day of her Many Oasa people take their lives in Its make-up. In this connection I s wee.
burial. She not dead. The dream in their hands by neglecting the kld- may not be out of place to state that the Mr. J. S. McAllister has moved to his ,
rical ife has notedd. sheh dreaw nrys when they know these organs *Favorite Prescription" of Dr. Piere is new home, formerly the home of Dr. Ji
we call liea h passed, she has awak- need help. Sick kidneys are responsi- the on r medicine put up for the cMo Of Carswell.
ended to greater possibilities uand s ble for a vast amount of suffering and woman pecuniar weaknesses and al Mr. G. Ellis of Gainesville, was n
safe from all the storms and troubles II health, but there is no need to Puti- meits., 1 sold thou.gidrugists, town this week. M1i0 from distilled w *nd- p the
called her home, and willn protect and lseaes and aches. and pains ue to ....menorsem oualh d ...1Sunda--tofieh..... fM..anpomasoao.. .....Is l
care for her. weak kidneys can be quickly and per- medical writes andI tachns of all th S t be the guest of Mr. and o ae tae by our drIwrs. lee le as fe" i d e ., -, -
C. H. Hilton has been re-elected manently cured by the use of s remedies for th ailments for whh The Msses Joyners of Jaksonvllle tice, and that toe Miss Ray..
manager and It Legrand Hopkins a Kmdney li on., Favorite Prescription" is recommended. and LaCross are the guests of Rev. i ni
director of the Hilton Lumber corn- Jo.. Eckert, living on Thompson St., A ite book of these endorsements wiU and I H IIIIIEDl Vlla MI' W l'am
pny. gtarke, Fla., says: "I am very glad be sent to any address. post-paid andrs. Williams. III I I -sln G'o
B. F. Preer, our Baptist minister, to recommend Doan's Kidney Plls as absolutely free if you request sate b Mrs. Cason of Island Grove was the
They proved of great benefit to me. mstal ard. or letter, of Dr. I. V. Pierce guest of Mrs. J. N. Malphurs Wednes- ,
hasM a very sick horse. Several of our At the time I began their use my con- : uffalo N. Yday. Ph-e m-R -'--- VL..,.. r "
good Samaritans went outlast Sab1- ditlon was very poor. The kidney s- Dr. ierce's Pleasant Pellets care con- A few of Citra's young people were -""
bath and got the horse on Its feet. Its creations were Irregular in action and tipation. Constipation is the cause 01 entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson '
death is expected it any moment. when allowed to stand deposited a many diseases. Cure the cause and yov Wednesday evening at a fish fry on
The famillesof 0 .M. Gale and Judge sediment. My back ached Intensely. ae te dis taa Easy to take A ean-p Simmon's Pond. about three miles
o~klins have been camping on Smth and was ery lame and sore. It fromtown. The party left town abouOR HEALTH A P A
hard for me to stoop or lift. I could from town. The party left town aboutdOR, HEALTH Pt
Lke. 6:30 o'clock and arrived at midnight. The BiMutif' .
Our white school ommenedmon the not rest well at night, and mporningse All ha d a most delghful time bath-

Bert smith the enal clerk of the completecure n my case. The back- onnetioJ With the Hotel Oee Tuesday evening to spend a few days. d of Sky WAYNE LLE N. C.
store of C. A. Tremere, has return- ache and lameness disappeared, the L o h k WAYNESV N C. Atu Feat
sual gtern 'or attendance a tin o .f t ins broug th bk tI o a norm Skilled worTmen and courteous at- DISAGREEABLE AT HOME On the Southern Railway, one nour from Asheri Capaty "
the Primitive. Baptists at his home at condition. My wife also used Doan's tention to all. Special attention to Lots of men an men who are No consumpti ves. Hot and Cold Slphau Bath4 Musi, Sowag ld ,
an Ga. t is said tt the Kidney Pills and they gave her gr.at children, agreeable with hers, get "cranky" Special attention to mountain partes. Special party sad -amy rates. /
chrch i s in the heart of a large tract relief from kidney complaint." at home. It's t disposition. It's the information address G. C. ROOAN, Manager. (Permrlm aIoI gX l ':; ,
oepehS woon s t and at tae teret Plenty more proof like this from ELECTRIC MASSAGE liier. If you nd In yourself that you worth Inn, Aiheville.) .. .
thousand persons. Bert is allaU right, mere report. wathi t HOT AND COLD WATER ain's on yo a botte o '
and deserving of a good vacation. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Ballards Hblne and t your liver .

The Belleview person who said he States. cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Gi e sl Fo r-da "FO W0 ):
was going to Ocala and put the Remember the name-Doan's--nnd -Ga.esvle, Flori0da PO WOM_) ., ,., ,
screws way down on a certain person, take no other. TWO DESPONDENT WOMEN ttuton of the rt Rank -
fouuad ou his arrival in the Brick City C I -edoby S tte andFrdstRuan Taleh-M Flor da
that he had no sews. This was good ELECTRIC SMOOTHING .PH I LLIPS Athens Ga., Aug. 12-Yesterday at orda State andFederal uds, th'
for him as there is a law for mal.ous IRONS ON TRIALE LETI SI N her home two miles from Hull, Madl- .College w ta parallel th
prosecution. See general statutes, re- I will place an electric smoothing BOr e. son county. Mrs. J. C. cPhllips took her Thorough Course Leading to ADegres So otl ceg.,st_. *diple.s.
vision 16, asectloie 2 1L Iron in your home on a fw days' trial. life by first slashing her wrist with a of B. A., B. S, M. A., M. S"-t A..s -'--tC -


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propa. to buld a aFlroa4 for freight
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.The Star office b bound five cop-
Ies of the Ford & Hilier vs. Dutton
Phsphate Co. came heard at the last
term of the circuit court for the office
of the cirehlt clerk and learns that
thMi Is the most voluminous record
evr sent up to the supreme court
from ths county. The record ton-
talas over 50 pages of legal cap
sheets with many maps, plats, etc,
.' a0 the yve records make as much as
e-eCan well eay. It was certainly
a Jb. to write up the record, arrange
Bhd verify It.


-;' IM TOM WATSON'S WILD TALK

1 Aatlata, Aug. 1.-Denouncing the
Alrle-Payne tariff, and In answer to
Sthe Memorial Day speech of Secretary
" Cof War Dicklmeon, Tom Watson, for-
l ,'* .t .., dates e .psaMent on the
SM ,tic .t the recon-
id .. .A '- 4 Ir. e sthe aa Inpatoe four grand
' -' s'a daing the hemisphere
.' .w aU the happier for It.
was sealed forth by the
Si ." .. -* "* s e ot Mr. D mlenoon at Oettys-
S' -- b t hat "there are i the South but
S. ;) .t o w O aieweF.4qM not turn pMvt-h
wi lywIth M'htimbts eo abhorrence from
,-a r ay sa'uge that It would be bet-
t for the South .If it had succeeded
Sfn estsbwighth an Independent gov-
eranmest."
SAfter denouncint this basertion and
chargftg 'that Mr. Dickinson did not
bme -.". . e. ee what he said, and the North-
S*'.era people knew he did not speak the
Struth. Mr. Watson.uaid:
K!tae 8t?in Is aysing it
4... .. .. .. Ml boe onUW f the South
Sdhe Confedeaer suceeded. We
l4lave had no constant Irritant
I4c wa--ow have in'the social
f, eqHaMy clerks In sgoe-bolding coons
a ,;. U 1'.- el. the- blges wbttoe v1eplh of theb
S.; fr,"'O h -, .o" are eteWay putting the
". "- '"The Western states would bhe bet-
a ter off In a separate government of
their own. It will come some day.
St .Wh Just sucah laws as Aldrich and
S- Lodge and (allnger and Hale-all of
*New Etland-arem forcing through
S-. Congress, the Union win be split Into
Sftour gr divisloms, and this hemls-
,- heree 4IMt be all the happier for it."

L 'and fiery-tongued
s correctly some of the
WON t a a the country, but his
Smedi w than any of the dl-
seases. ~lth t s country divided Init
f r the inevitable result
would staying armies, a con-
stapt a t to maintain the bal-
a-e of OW an occasional war,
.h as no M ts Europe. Let us
a try to remedy our
Wae.s In a common-sense
way The will win in the long
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The body of the kte o. C. Newbemrn
arrived over the Atlantic Coast Line
tem Leroy yesterday, and the fun-
M eal services were held at the Ever-
ee cemetery. where a large number
at friends of the family attended. The
Oowins gentlemen acted as pall
esaras: L. J. Bated. 3. P. Bunch B.IL
V. oth M. M no M. B. eaunders,
W. D. DIckersoB. Mr. Newbern was
MsetieM fmnrm -hter, and has made
Ganevlle hio hs e off and on for the
pas twelve years, but recently remov-
ed to L woy.-Galnesvlle Correspond-
e Times-Ualno, .
The Star regrets aAeedla.ly to hear
S f the death of Mr. Newbem.* He was
the sim-lB-law of Mr. C. T. Miller of
IAroy and a personal friend of the edi-
tor of the Star. He was a good eitisen
amd his death Is a ler 'o the com-
botty as well as toipB aelatives and
blends.


omrrTY NEWS'ROM hEAREZE *

wa.lesie Auat iL--One. of the -
"Jet beisepartles on the belch this I
mmne Was the one at the Comanche
Oettae frmn rlday until Tuesday.
The ~ebers Included Miss Alice Bul-
leek, Wiss Ada Bumby, Mr. Marion
Ives and Mr. Joe Bumby of Orlando.
Mews. Ralph and Phil Robinson also
added to the liveliness of the party
entertained by Mrs. Sistrunk and MiM
Athlndo. I\
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Mr. W. H. Hocker returned home
this morning after a two day's visit
with his sister. Mrs. T. P. Drake. Miss
Eisabeth locker. who accompanied
her father, will remain with her aunt
until her mother comes, which will be
in two weeks.

Miss Willie Ellen Dowling leaves
tomorrow for her home in Gadsden.
Alabama. Miss Dowling. during her
visit to her grandmother. Mrs. Martin
and cousin, Miss Fuller. has made
many friends, who regret her depar-
ture.

Lieut, C. B. Chatman. a West Point
graduate, is now at Seabreeze. Lieut.
Chatman is a friend of Mrs. Martin
and Miss Fuller.

Messr. Ralph Robinson and Bruce
Meffert spent the week-end on the
beach. They made the trip over in
Mr. Meffert's Buick car. Thursday and
returned yesterday, expecting t6 spend
the night either in OrlandO or Lees-
burg.

Miss Christine Richards of Gaines-
Tille, is the much admired guest of
Miss Mamie Wilcox.

Miss Josie Bullock is the guest for
two weeks of Miss Julia Stuart, in
Daytona. Mr. Raymond Bullock is
also visiting the family..

Mr. W. D. Taylor delighted isi
beach friends by spending a few days
last week with them.
* *
Mrs. Louis Home and children and
mother, Mrs. Edwards, left.for home
on Tuesday morning's early train.
Mr. Home and Charlie Gates returned
through the country in the former's
Jackson car.

Sunday Mrs. Kocherspherger and
her brother brother-in-law and sis-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Of Chiqago.
Miss Eugenia Fuller. Miss Dowling
and Lieut. Chatman wire the guests
of friends on a trip up the beautiful
Tomoka river.

Rev. Frank Craghill of Gainesville.
arrived Monday and spent the day
with his wife and three children who
are summering in the cottage Wig-
wam.
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The Clarendon pavilion
PmS~r~ t d t i


was closed
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amzuraay eveninu.
Mr. Wm. H. Puller who has spent
the past two years in South Carelins-
with relatives, has Joined his grad-
mother, Mrs. Martin and his siste.w,
Misses Eugenia and Annie Beftop
Fuller.

Saturday morning Mrs. Frank Crag-
hill, Mrs. James Dobbins, Mrs. Koch-
ersperger,- Miss Eugenia Fuller and
M3(ss Annie Atkinson were hostesses
of a jolly bridge party given at the
Clarendon pavilion. On a table beau-
tified by pink roses and white Jas-
samine was stationed a large punch
bowl filled with ice cold limeade dot-
ted with red cherries. This satisfy-
ing and delicious drink was served by
Miss Mlldred Randall and Miss. A4-
kinson. There were eight tables t
bridge enthusiasts and the. morne's
playing resulted in the favor of ,r.
.raghlal, Mra. Kocherspherger, '1M
Stewart and Mr. Randall. each of
whom received a pretty prize. -The
hed- Wanted score cards, the artistic
work oN Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. were ad-
mired by all. Among those who en-
joyed the morning playing bridge be-
sides the hostesses were Miss Ada
Bumby, Miss Alice Bullock, Mrs. 0. T.
Green, Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, Mrs.
Wilcox, Miss Mamie Wilcox, Miss
Christine Richards. Mrs. Pratt, of Chi-
cago, Dr. and Mrs. Van Volzhar. Miss
Margaret Anderson. Mr. Howard Wil-
liams of Jacmsonville. Dr. Robinson,
of Daytona Beach and several others.
HOUSE FOR RENT


The A. R. Toph residence nt
heights on South Third street.
roomy house, large lot, stable
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy I
Montezuma.

3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RU
How Is that. This is not ar
mobile, but one of those new
Westinghouse electric fans t
have just received. Let me, p!
or two of them in your home
your desk. H. W. Tucker, th
trical supnly man.

SPECIAL kARLY BREAKFP
Those wishing xztra early
fasts can g-t same at the Elk C

People with chr k, bronchit
thma and lung ble, will fin
relief and comfo Foley's
and Tar, and e a Id suffer
commencing to it at once
by all dealers.
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''ramemt amoa the many South-
smee who aguisets of the Hotel
Aster e Ngw Tr ltMy have been en-
t taled or eamr,= t=i at dinner In
he at dew Bevadem Ina the Italian
SarQ on the AiM roof this week.
have b s fteguay noticed the fel-


ear the
Good.
es. etc.


cbo- e-Mo er cha
adaltan mM.
"MY FfAVORYT


For Sale by

T. W. TROXLER


THE BEST PRO i C i ION

Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in Ocala. A telephone is B tter
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.

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

ARAPAHOE IN DANGER

Clyde Liner with Her Shaft Broken is
Drifting Toward the Shore
. Beaufort. N. C., August 12.-The
steamship Arapahoe of the Clyde Line
bound from New York to Jackson-
villp, is reported by wireless to have
broken her tail shaft,, and is drifting
bhehlessly twenty-one miles south of
tCa Dianrond shoals lightship. A strong
wind is blowing from the northwest.
and! the ship is rapidly drifting to-
ward shore. Many passengers are
aboard and a large number of tugs
have been s'nt out in search of the
vegSel. At this season of the year a
large number of Floridians are return-
ing from trips to northern cities and
resorts and a majority ?f the Arap-
ahoe's passenger list is doubtless
composed of Florida people.

FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50; cost $60 new; one largo
cook stove, good order, 35;" lots of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12.50.
W. H. Clark, Ocala.

TRAGEDY IN DUVAL COUNTY


* Jacksonville. Aug. 12.-Charles Pons.
a prominent citizen, shot and killed his
brother-in-law, Charles Wiggins, last
night. He says Wiggins slapped his
wife. He surrendered. The tragedy
occurred at Gravely Hill, ten miles
from the among the most prominent in the
state.

The prescription department is the
main say of any drugs.cre. 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 .; Co.


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Contest fo the Mo of ouing th


Chicago, August 12.-Jaek JohamO
" the negro pugilist, and Sam Berger.
manager for James Jefljes, have
signed articles for a fight between the
two for the heavyweight champion-
ship of the world. The fight is to be
before the club offering the largest
purse and Is from twenty to one hun-
dred rounds.

SEABOARD AIR LINE
EXCURSION TO FERNANDINA

On Monday. August 23rd. the Sea-
board will run an excursion from
Ocala to Fernandina and return for
S1 for the round trip. Train will
leave Ocala at 9 a. m. and returning
will leave Fernandina at 6 p. m. A
Pullman chair car will be attached
and reservations In same can be had
by applying tp the city ticket agent's
, office H. C. Raysor,
City Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.

IN CASE OF FIRE

The Ocala Telephone company- has
had placed on the transmitter of their
'phones throughout the city a card
bearing the following inscription: "In
case of fire call central and say "Elre
at plug -- the number of the fire
plug nearest the phone being given.
This Is a very commendable spirit and
will eliminate the uncertain method
formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
tion and -saying there is a fire near
John Smith's house. These cards
should be kept on the 'phone so any
one wishing to turn in an alarm can
readily see what is the nearest fire
plug.

LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS

Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for y3upr In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared tQ do tie work.

SKILLED PANTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting no matter how large or how
small. o0 how fine the work desired
may be. I have -he material, brushes
and knowledge to paint rnd do it
right Houses painted insidee and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw.
Ocala, Fla. tf

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS

I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 7T. .per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker,-he electric sup-
ply man. ..

HOUSES FOR RENT

Modern cottageA, 9MU on,venlence4,
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell, at court house. '



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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
-- A
And Proposd Chater of Oeata and
Southwestern RaThroad Company
The undersigned, intending and pro-
posing to organize a railroad corpor-
ation under the general laws of Flor-
ida relating to the 'organization of
railroad and canal companies, hereby
make and publish the following ar-
ticles of incorporation and proposed
charter:
I.
The name of the corporation shall
be, Ocala A Southwestern Railroad
Company, and Its principal place of
business shall be at Ocala, in Marion
county, Florida:
I.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted is. to operate a com-


roph it We are still having very heavy rains. mercial railroad, and to carry on and
Rev. J. N. Weatherford filled his do a general railroad business as a
regular appointments here last Sunday common carrier in the carriage of
NNING morning and evening. Mrs. Clifford freights and passengers, for hire.
n auto- Livingston sang a beautiful solo at the III
8-Inc -morning service. She has a rich. clear The amount of capital stock author-
hat voice and it is a pleasure to listen to ized is twenty-five thousand dollars,
that one her sing.The crowd was small at the which shall be divided into two hun-
or on evening sa.rvi(e on account of the in- dred and fifty shares of the par value
or on clemency of the weather. Miss Alta of one hundred dollars each, which
te elec-Grace presided alt the organ, shall be paid in, one-half in cash, and
Miss Lillian Spires of Hernando, has the remainder by a conveyance to the
been the attractive guest of Miss corporation of property* and effects,.
T Beuah Carrington for several days. the just and true valuation of
break- Mrs. J. E. Turnipsced and son Earl .......
afe, as and Mrs. Clifford Livingston and son,
AdPbert. left last Monday for Lake
tis, as- Weirto spend a week on its beauti- I
d great ful shores and furnish food for the
Honey mosquitoes. They will occupy a cot-
ring by tage of Mr. A. J. Leavengood's at
* Sold Stanton. Messrs. Turnipseed and Liv-
ingston expect to go down Saturday
,I- and return Sunday.
Mr. C. E. Nix of Hernando visited
his aprents here last Monday and
went to Ocala Tuesday.
S sirDr. and Mrs. Jarman of Bostwick. sok
after spending several days with Mr.'
S and Mrs. M. G. Da'vis. returned home f l s
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix and little
daughter. Lucile. of Floral City, are
spending this week with their par- i
ents. Mri W. E. Nix. I<
Mrs. (. W. Ray. who has been visit-
ing in Georgia for several days. was COMMERCIAL STATIONERY
called 1,-,me last week on account of
the il1nes- of her husband. We are of high grade and quality, for office
g!aw to ::ty 1:, has greatly improved and store, receives a great deal of our
since' her arrival. time and attention, as our stock and
Nisis Era (,,e ,of Fort Meade. is the facilities for supplying large and small
guest of Miss Ruth Nix. orders will amply attest. Whether
Mr and Mrs S B. Brooks and son you want a lead nencil or a hum. led-


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which is hereby -fixed by the jner-
porators at the sum of one-half of
the capital stock authorized.' and said
stock when so Issued ja be fully
paid and non-assessable.
IV.
The term for qhich the corporation
shall* exist Is fifty years.
V.
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by a pr*ldest, a vice
president a secretary, a. treasurer, and
a board of not more tiat ive' direc-
tors, which said officeers shall be elect-
ed at the annual meeting of the took
holders and directors of said ~ordors-
tion, which shall be held on the first
Tuesday in October of each year. The
names ot the fit uhe whr-shall coa-,
duct the buslinea of the company un'
til thi Beeiedt it .aiaia
electi~ a shall e quallI are, Walter,
Ray, president; W. B. Johnson, vice-
president,; J. K. Kelley, secretary, and
D. A*,.Clark, tresaaur,.. -
VI.
The highest amount of Isdebtedness
or liability to which the corper~ttoa
can at any time subject Itself is one
hundred thousand dollars,.
.y11. -
The natnes and residences of the
subscarbers, and the amount subscrib-
ed by #ach, Is as follows:
Walter Ray. MarteL Florldas, I6
shares. -
W. Bl Johnson, Martel, Florida, 25
shares. -
J. 'Ke ve a lorida., 2
share. '
D. A. Clark. Martel, Florida, 25
shares.
A. McArtan, Leroy. Florida. 26
shares,
V13.
The said railroad Is to be con-
structed, maintained and operated
from Ocala to Dunnellonb- a distance Of
about twenty miles, wholly -within
Marion county, Florida.
In witness whereof: the Ineorpora-
tors have hereunto set their hands
and seals this 7th day of August, A.
D. 1909.


WALTER SAY.,.
W. B. JOdag8Ot;
J. K. KELLEY.,
D. A. CLARK.
A McARTAN,


(sewl)
(seal)


State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me the
undersigned authority. Walter Ray,
W. B. Johnson. J. K. Kelley. D. A.
Clark and A. McArtan, each of whom
are yell known to m$.S"i, *,ow" to
be the parties described 'ir and who
executed the foregoing articles of In-
corporation and proposed charter, and
each acknowledged the execution
thereof for the uses and -purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 7th day of August, A. D.
190. H. M. HAMPTON,.
(seal) Notary Public State of Florida.
My commission expires Aug. 31, 191L

State of Florida,
County ot Marion.
Personally appeared before me, the
dhdersigned authority, Walter Ray,
W. B. Johnson, J. K. Kelley. D. A.
Clark and A. M)cArtan, who being
,sworn, each for himself says. that It
Is intended in good fiith to construct.
maintain and operate the railroad
mentioned in the forogong articles of
incorporation, and proposed charter.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 7th day of August, 199.'
WALTER RAY.
W. B. JOHNSON
J. K. KELLEY.
D. A. CLARK.
A. MeARTAN.
(seal) H. M. HAMPTON.
Notary Public State of Florida.
My commission expires Aug 31, 191L

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S. ,--Bee, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
MkutCArmour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets.
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Oniouns


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SCRAP METrAL AND JUNK
I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron, Steel. Brass, Copper, Zinc,
S Tin, Lead, Rubber, Bagging, barrels, Leather, Etc.: old Engines,
Boilers. Rails, Ete. whether As second-hand or serap and pay the
highest price In cash for same. Write or calt on me and let me know
what you bave and were it is located.
S33. 7. 3 .RIC.
CITRA, FLORIDA.


FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
The Beautiful


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On the S uthern Raflway, one nour rrom "Asheville. Capacity 250 guests.
No ---mtves. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths. Music. Bowling and Tennis.
Special attentleo to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
atoimatls address 0. C. ROPAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenial-
nwtm lfa, Asteville.)


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Do you smoke? Then try that Xi-
manies smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. R. J. Knight of Clearwater Is
at the Montezumnt.
Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
There were 29 aArivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.
5 or I doses WP will cure any case
of Chills and Flever. Price S5e.
Mr. W. M. Moore returned to his
home at Irvine today.
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Bathing caps Just received at the
Court Pharmacy.


Mrs. C. N. Kirkland returned today
from a visit to Mrs. Lege at Eastlake.
FOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.
Nunnally's fine candles fresh every
week only at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. James Fitzgerald of New York,
a salesman from the Clallin Co., is at
the Montezuma.
George, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. P. Williams, is suffering sev-
erely with an inflamed eye.
FOR BALK-Eight head sand hill
Pekin ducks, raised this spring. P. H.
Gillen, No. I South Fifth street.
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
lies In the c'ty. Tydlngs & Co.
Mr. A. D. Williamson of the Sea-
board freight department, is at the
Ocala House.
FOR RiN'T--'urnlshed rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-
iences; 24 Watula street.
Mr. J. W. Glover of Marietta. Ga..
is among last night's arrivals at the
Ocala House.
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage in
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Home and little
son of York, were guests of the Ocala
House yesterday and last night.
Phone the Court Plarmacy. We
send for. fill and deliver your prt-
scriptions promptly.
Mr. W. L. Lowry of Himosassa and
proprietor of the Rendezvous, was a
guest of the Montezuma yesterday.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
COOK WANTED-An experienced
wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss Bell.
at courthouse.
FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply to T1. C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocalas,
Fla. 4-26-tt

Mr. Thomas H. Keating of Daytona.
was a guest of the Montezuma last
night, making a short visIt to his son.
Mr. Rollie Keating of this city.
FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (50 Ibs. ice $5:
one extension dining table, oak. $3. W.
H. Clark, Ocala.

Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.


There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
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A wet or dry petition is being cir-
cculated-in Putnam county, however
-calling for an election in that coun-
ty, which was voted dry about two
years ago. The petition will be pub-
lished when complete. The petition is
being signed by enough voters to as-
sure the calling of the election.

AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.

Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumer., powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.

Mr. P. B. Bowle, foreman of the job
department of the Star. went to Crys-
tal River this afternoon to see that
thriving little city for the first time
and get off this week's issue of the
News, as their printer is not present
in the flesh. He will return tomor-
row.


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.

Henry Barnett. who has been at-
tending the summer normal at Ox-
ford. Ga., preparatory to entering upon
his senior year in Emory College In
September. finished his work earlier
than he expected and will have the
pleasure of spending a few weeks with
his parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Bar-
nett. He arrived in Ocala Tuesday
afternoon.
Mr. Robert A. Baker of Jacksonville.
a brilliant and very popular young at-
torney of the firm of Baker & Baker.
was in town yesterday on legal busi-
ness. He was a guest of the Ocala
House.
If you are looking for prompt and
efficient service, send us your pre-
scriptions, or 'phone us and we will
send for them. Nothing but the best
used at the Postoffice Drugstore.
E. J. Decker, the junk dealer of CIt-
ra, who moved to this county last
spring from Michigan and stopped for
a few months in Ocala. was in town
with his team yesterday and said the
family is much pleased with Its home
in Citra.
Little Hugh Chace continues quite
ill and a trained nurse is with him all
the time. The friends of the bright
little fellow hope the worst has pass-
ed and he will soon be well again.
Bear in mind we carry a full ine of
Staffords and starter's inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.
Little Clara Beth. the five-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry-C.
Stevens of Lakeland. is in the city
for a visit to her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnlshe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.
TENTS WANTED
Two wall tents wanted, SxlO or alt2.
Apply at this office.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. The Postoffice Drug-


Red Men meet this wenal.f
'Woode meet tomorrow night
Filing cases at the Ocala New Co.
"Waukesa" Ginger Ale at Ballard's,
Picture puosle post cards at the
Ocala House.
^
There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Call and see the new books it tih-
the Ocala 'ws Co.
Mr. J. A. Crumbles of Holder w.:
at the Ocala House last night.
Have ynu r'-rn t-* pk t: *- puzz!.
:os. cards it the 0-a.a News Co?
Capt. J. B. Martin of Oklawaha is at
the Ocala House.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle,
at the Poitoffice Drugstore..
Mr. H. C. Hilliard of Jacksonville is
a guest of the Ocala House.
POR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Miss Dorothy Lancaster was up to-
day from Stanton.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmasy.
Mr. Jas V. Martin of Baltimore Is
a guest of the Oc ala House.
Mr. M. G. Rushton of Marietta, is
a guest of the Montezuma.
5 or S doses UM will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25e.
Mr. S. D. Moon of Floral City, is at
tht Montezuma.
A new shipment of proxide cream
Just in at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. I. J. Kendat of Tampe is at the
Montezuma.


The fmeowtg parm W111-' hbetv-
M bry the MetrIopoltas B l Ptay
even at 8:16 'lck, relied9 S
weather is agreeable:
L March. Peer t PipeC-f. R. Usury.
I overtns, "Lastspier-Keler-Bela.
& Baritone eolo -cSCha t (Mr. F.
E. Mathe ts)-Gea e Uth L
SSelection. "Fast'- d
5. Two-step. "Priscilla"--. R. Henry.
. Seleeti,o "El Trovatore'-VerdL
. Medley Waltzes, "Are Tou S er
-Albert Gumble.
3. Selection, "The Ruler"-W. C.
O'Hare. A. E. GerL Director.
HAYCO'S LAST APPEARANCE
. The great and only Hayeo will ap-
pear at the Air Dome this evening for
,prohba;y the last time. His two for-
-mer a ,*earances showed what he can
-' rqI0 he will introduce some new
.; :.Ls this evening. He is undOubt-
edly the most wonderful actor in the
Vaudeville line that has ever appear-
ed in Ocala, and any one-who does
not see him will miss an opportunity.
Beside Hayco there will be music
and three full reels of pictures, all
making ,.n hour and a half of solid
pleasure for twenty cents.
The Air Dome was not open yes-
terday evening on account of the rain,
and Mr. Tucker lost heavily in con-
sequence. Come out this evening,
have a pleasant time yourself and
help Tuck to recoup his loss.
If you have a boy In your family.


De-y eim aadd
steAlianstbe eg. of

LEAS FunitereMCarpe*'
Rg, Curtaiw ,'m
pawitively hanleqs to
thegood&
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pr9
ventitive of all con-
tagious diae to
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GROCERY


Wins .,d Edmind Kern.
Irving used to ten with dramatle iet
fret a storyabout W. WM the
-.---tt, who, among other e,
wrote for Wi the play -Charles L"
When Wlls was a boy tn years old
be was taken to see Edmnad- Kean
pday Maebeth. In the-reder acme
he was so affected by the reaU
powbr of the actor that alset with a
seeren attack of nausea. he hurried
Dfom the box. Ten years later he was
hmheMng at a chop bouee in Fleet
street wha a ma entered, sat down
at a table Mar him and ordered a
meaL He was a perfect stranger to
Wis. who. after a few mlutes' pro-
inquity, wa again seized with a fit
of nausea, from which he had not suf-
fered slmee as a boy he was at the
theater on the occasion mentkwoed. He
was obliged to leave the room. When
some minutes later be paid his bill the
walter said to him: -Did you me that
gentleman at the table near youl
That's Edmund Kea."-LH. W. Lacy
in Corahill agaSine.
AAntidiyMax.
"I Just dropped In to thank you tefor
that medicine you sent home by my
wife last night." said the grateful pa-
tient, grasping the doctor.warmly by
the band. "I've been laid up off and
-n for years, have tried all the patent
nedifrnme on the market and been
treated by every doctor In the neigh-
borhood. but your medicine was the
only thing that ever did me any good."
"It's a pleasure to have you come
bere to tell me this" replied the doc-
tor, highly elated. "Mot of my pa-
tients are not so thoughtful. But that
prescription Js my pet favorite, and I
never yet knew It to fail to cure a
tough If taken In In time."
"Cough?" echoed the patient. "Why,
I didn't take It for my cold. I uaed it
as a linlment for my rheumatism."


A Thrifty Hungarian.
A certain Hungarian peasant named G o ,.
Jan Hirsch made a business trip to It was G5l ason,
Badapest. and while there he had thm as ar the wealoT rs
Idea ok ordering a hundred visiting v -orthe-. Iwuh a pWlemr-
caruds. When he returned home be mk s the tlross c a
found, to his dismay, that the eardn of h p.WOS Mamme"*d, o
bore the name of Mavisbh lstead a of fbut reea pl ewmat S s.
HIrswh. It was only a printer's error, a be t re w madse ia
but to Jan Hirsch It meant a Ions of a meevng a hdtberom as Ism' W.
shilling and sixpence unless he could "Lost a pi. eh? ho eIneI gC-m
mako use of the cards. He according- ly. Well I hae't got Mt. I
ly purchased for the sum of a shilling collect pigr!
an oflical form of petition and filled It "Beggh yOer ord,." all,
with a request to be allowed to alter; te y M w I
his name to Mavrch. His prayer was ed."
granted. He Is now Jan Mavlkch.- Well, d'ye want me In go bo
London News. funeral, send a wreath, or wha, w.
man?" he fumed.
Lueky. "Ob, no. air; deed, eF was the -
"BeDolt, did you break the water ply. "B t we're p o a.
bottler we thoht that, belaf t ast I
"Yes, madame, but fortunately I in the neighborhood, you 'd gi aW a
broke It ntib only three pieces." tte 'elp.--LAdo Ttt-BL
"Fortunately! How'8 that fortu- I
ate? 1 0am
"Oh. madame, when a thing breaks ,Cl 1lva 55 the *S.attw mi Wcc
ntoe msay pieces it Is so hard to picken ffyu c sanl the wemen a s
them all up!"-Parl Journal. r SmB. a yamrslf b" WIMM
i They anm certain pntads a-
Thoe P44ue. calumny. Weomse who bev meUaw
"Does your husband play poker?" my f Neadmn are v ar usmq
"I don't know." answered young mch talked aboat It's pIok."
Mrs. Torklna. "From what I bear Is that what yeo havs des ? a-
simply sits up to the table and enjoys the 1 quietly.
seeing other people contend for what "No," aw the 1mmam. "T
he puts up."-Washlngton Utar. know It *'L rd ath be d I S
to bav to aaso wlUeat wt vawme--
QuIte a D2W New Tortk PrAL
A m an pe tIwoe hose trt3ing to
Seover what Is the a tter with he A Ugst neM
Mtr aad two mlnatM trying to Mld A ft ttle1 ap e 8 8 wlO o
out what is the matter with htb wb -swt,- farc toad the m
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of Hayco. It will be something for
him to remember.
U. D. C. MEETING
Dickinson Chapter, Daughters of the
Confederacy, will hold its monthly
meeting next Friday evening at 3
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. J. H.
Livingston. Sr.
THAGARD 00ING WELL
Many Ocala people going to Jack-
sonville stop with Mr. E. P. Thagard,
of this eity. who is managing the
handsome new Park Hotel. Mr.
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Mr. H. C. Morrison. one of the trus-
tees of Mayville district, appeared to
discuss the situation of the people of
his district with reference to getting
to school since the wagon system had
been abolished. The board proposed
to operate the Mayville school if the
required number of pupils could be
secured, and it was suggested that the
trustees could use their sub-district
funds for transportation if they wish-
ed, but the county board positively
declines to pay for transportation
from county funds.
Mr. C. C. Curry, one of the trustees
of the Pleasant Hill district, called
and entered an objection to any of Mhe
children of his district being allowed
to attend school in another district.
A telephone message was received
from Mr. Shaw at Zuber asking that a
school be granted at that place. Mr.
E. C. McLeod appeared in person ask-
ing for the location of a school at Zu-
ber. The situation was very fully dis-
cussed from various standpoints. It
was agreed to contInue the Kendrick
school as at present at least for the
coming term and the request for a
new school was refused for this year.
for the reason that Zuber is not three
miles from either Kendrick or Martin.
Upon a request that came through
Mr. Grantham. the supervisor of the
Marshville school was directed to
have the necessary repairs made to
the cistern and windows and send the
bill to the board.
Resignation of H. W. Staggers of
the Jerusalem school, colored, was ret-
ceived and accepted. 'Unon recom-
mendation Charley Lewis was .fp-
pointed his successor.
Resignation of Ed. Williams as sup-
ervisor of Stanton, colored, was re-
ceived and accepted. Upon recom-
mendation Jas. Bass was appointed in
his place.
The board took under consideration
the several requests for increases in
salaries, and after discussing the sit-
uation, agreed that there would be
no raises from the present appropria-
tions for the coming term.
The board adjourned for the day.


I


Wednesday Morning, August 8
The board met with all members
present and acting. The question as
to what to do with the county wagons
was discussed and the secretary was
directed to write parties interested
that If they could make arrangements
for the transportation of their children
that the county wagons could be used
without cost. and that if the trustees
of the district saw fit to use the dis-
trict money to pay transportation ex-
penses, this could be done. Also that
where there are a sufficient number
of puipis not in reach of another
school, to meet the requirements for
operating a school, the board will run
a school for them.
A petition from a number of patrons
In the Ebenezer section for a new
school to be granted was pr..;ented
and after consideration the same was
granted, and Mr. E. S. Tyner was ap-
pointed supervisor. The school was
named Paisley No. 64. It was under-
. _. .. _


The building contained sixty guests,
and at least eleven failed to escape.
Ten bodies have been recovered. One
man died In a hospital and four oth-
ers are severely burned. The prop-
erty loss is $25,000.
A WEAKLINQG
is the only way to describe the poor
child that Is afflictd. with worms. No
matter how smuc or hbw often it eats,
the worms ge all the nourishment
from the food t child gtts practi-
cally none. hitt Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of t, 'orms quickly,
easily and wit bad after effects.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
A METROPOLITAN INFERNO
New York. Aug. 11.-Forty infants
are In the morgue, the greatest num-
ber since the Slocum disaster, as a re-
sult of the terrible heat. All the hos-
pitals are crowded with prostration
cases. Five deaths of adulty were re-
ported up to noon.
TAKE NOTICE
All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache r iem, and kidney
and bladde trouble. It will quickly
correct urinry |rreg ritles, which, if
neglected. mayd d op into a serious
illness. It restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.


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PRESSING CLUB


J. C. BAM N. Prprietor
Next Door to the Western Union
Telegraph Office
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt-
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Trade only


L. ALEXANDER
Practical
IARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estumat-s mae on all
contract work. wrves more and bet-
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2 s D 01 OP PUBWtips IF CCIreach ot these and a&e aw te su
"--- accrued Interet a n .0o warrants at
Orala. Fla. AWa. 0IW. 6 per eaLt. One warrant was for
The Board of Public Instruction In money borrowed by the county to do-
and for Marion county met in regular nate to the trustees of the Oeala dis-
sespion at their office in the court trict. to assist in building the primary
house at Ocala on Tueaday, August 3, school building and the other was for
1009. with all members present and money borrowed by the county board,
acting 'as follows: Isaac Stevena, to loan the sub-district of Oeala.
chairman: B R. Blitch, J. S. Gran- Requfsts from a new colored school
tham and J. H. Brinson, secretary. near Blleview for desks granted. if
Minutes of the lastameeting read and some can be found not In use.
approved. i The following bills were ordered
Mr. C. C. Curry. one of the trdntees! paid, and warrants drawn on the
of the Pleasant Hill school, called to j county: Commerelal Bank for Inter-
secure supplies for the teacher. est. $5.83; J. 8. Grantham for lumber
Dr. P. A. Snow. one of the trusts I for Bay Lake school that he had paid
of the Pedro school, called to ask Tor for. $3l1.49;R- F- Yonge & Son for
additional desks for his schooL It work on Ocala primary school build-
was agreed that he could have any ing. 41.80; T. E. Pasteur for corn-
desks that were in the Cottage Hill mission. $9.08: J. H. Brinson for post-
school house, and if there were not age and office expenses. $12.55; J. H.
enough to get some from Mr. B. R. Brinson for salary. $125: Charles
Blitch's place. Cleveland for office help. $30; Isaac
Mr. J. C. Pillans, one of the trus- Stevens for services on the board. SS;
tees of the Electra school, called and B. R. Bltch for services on the board
asked that the salary for their teacher and mileage. $11.20: J. S. Grantham
be reinstated to whit it was last term. for services on the board and mileage.

Action was deferred. $11.40: S. H. Blitch on Blitchton dis-
Mr. S. W. Petteway. a.patron of the trict fr expenses in-screening school
Hpldtvill,- school. called and made a house. $11.90: J. S. Blitch on Fantville
statement as to the condition of th" district for supplies for school. $0.953:
school and made a request that the H. A. Ross on Pine Level district for
salary of the teacher be increased labor and materials used in repair-
from the amount appropriated. Let- ing school house. $48.40; C. C. Curry
ters from Mr. Dorr.one o f the trus- on Pleasant Hill district for repairs
tees. along the same line. were read. and supplies. $6.50.
Mr. W. T. Strickland. one of the trus- The term for which text books had
tees of the same school, also appeared been adopted having expired, the
in the same matter. Action was de- question as to text book adoption
ferred. came up for discussion, and it was
Mr. R. D. Stokes and Mr. Brooks. agreed that there should be no change
patrons of the Pine Level school call- in books for the coming school year.
ed to protest against the appointment Mr. Lanier of the Pleasant Hill
of the present teacher. Messrs. J. T. school asked for a permit for his
Ross and E. W. Jordan, trustees of the child to attend the Blitchton school.
school, appeared to urgo her reten- which was refused.
tion. Aftr hearing full statements Tho treasurer's report wap checked
of the positions taken by both sides up and found correct and all warrants
the board unanimously agreed to con- returned were cancelled.
tinue the present teacher. The secretary was Instructed to ad-
Mr. W. A. Redding, one of the trus- vertise for bids for handling school
tees of the Charter Oak school, re- books for the coming year.
quested an appropriation for fixing a Secretary was directed to advertise
cistern. The board agreed to ap- the September examinations and se-
proprlate $1.7 for this purpose. cure,' grading committee for same.
Mr. E. L. Mills., supervisor of the No further business appearing, the
Grahamville school, requested an ap- board adjourned. J. H. Brinson
propriation for sundry repairs of the board adjourned.
school house, and was granted $10 for J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
this purpose.
Mr. W. T. Henderson, supervisor of SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT
the Key Pond school, reported that he
had let the contract to tear down and It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
move the school house to Its new site. veteran, of Kemp. Tex.. that a plot
to a Mr. Bagnell for $60. and the work existed between a desperate lung trou-
was now In progress. He was author- ble and the grave to e4use his death.
ized to go ahead and see what ar- "I contracted a sa born cold." he
rangements could be made for putting writes. "that de loped a cough that
down a pump at the school house. stuck to me, inspite of all remedies,
Mr. 0. M. OGale, one of the trustees for years. My 'eight ran don to 130
of thl Belleview school, called and pounds. Then I began t use Dr.
asked the board to put their appro. King's New cover, nch restored
priation back to what It was last year. my health co lete I now weigh
Action was deferred. 178 pounds." F severe colds, obstl-
Mr. J. D. Mixon. supervisor of Cen- nate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma,
tral school, asked for an appropriation and to prevent pneumonia it's un-
to provide some means of getting wat- rivaled. 50c and $1. Trial bottle
er for his school. He reported that free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
the well had caved in and would be
difficult to repair. He was authorized ELEVEN LIVES LOST
to either put down a pump, repair the IN A BURNING HOTEL
old well. or dig a new one. whichever
seemed best. and present the bill for Vancouver. B. C.. Aug. 12.-Eleven
same to the board. lives were lost when the Okanagan
The board adjourned for dinner. hotel at Vernon, B. C., wds burned
Afternoon Session yesterday.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-


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Dr. Pierce s Favorite Pesmcpton a most recent dr. i
giving strcngth to nursing moh awd Ik the dped
for baby's coming, thus rendering cbiIbtrf mu I [awjy
vorite Pscraiptien" is a most potent, stteagthai.g tonic .o thp-
the organs distinctly feminine M particular. It T als
ine and cures nervous nhasrion eos m, ,lm
or St. Vitus's dance, ad other Mdistressingt
and orgac diseases of the disti-T fe mnne organs.
A t of medical authorities al th eeral schM o f cId
of the several dits of which "Faivotte P L rapboc" B e Hi
diseases for which it is aimed to be a cure. You may reT = what
sending a card request for a frw booklet of extracts frie the
to Dr. R.V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, BDi"a a
come to you by return post.
.It's fo and often dge to expewmeAtVwith new or-at
incs meies d upon the alied ast as or
Prescription."' The "isho-est dealer sometimes tat eINo
substitute is made of, but y don't and it is decdedIy for yar p-
know what ps are taking nto stomach and 9yst xpcting it tkIj
To hin its only a diferce of pritc. nTherefoe sist on ha.ing I)
vorite Prcsciption. .
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CIVIl: WAR IN BOLIVIA
La Paz, Bolivia, Aug. 12.-Bolivia
faces a revolution over the seating of
President-elect Villason. The army is
preparing to overthrow the Villazon
forces and place Senor Montes at the
head of the government. The revolu-
tion is caused by the popular belief
that Villazon favors the acceptance of
the arbitration award in the dispute
with Argentina.
ACTIVE AT 87
This would be unusual news If men
and women wouldbseew, themselves
free from rheu tfsum and all aches
and pains as 8elo W keeping their
muscles and 0 iM fnbered with
Ballard's Snow Uinlent. Sold by
all druggists.
NOTICE TO BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
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 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 it awarded
the contract the successful bidder will
promptly enter into contract and fur-
nish his bond as required by specificl-
tions. The right Is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Drawings and speci-
fications may be seen at the office of
R. E. Yonge, South Main street, Ocala,
Florida.
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-Duna
Lodge No. 19. P. & A. M.. Oeala.
Florida. R. E. Yonge, Chairman.
NOTICE FOR BIDS TO REMODEL
THE CITY MARKET
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 Ocala, Florida, bids for the remod-
eUng of the city market of the said
city, according to plans and specifica-
tions now on file in the city clerk't
ofrce of said city, will be considered
bv 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. Statrunk,
City Clerk of the City of Ocal.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 ef Chap-
ter 488, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that L. L.
Horne. purchaser of tax certlfclate No.
671. dated the 3rd day of Jume, A. D.
1907, has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Sid certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
nw% of ne% and ne% of nwA see
12 tp 16 south range 20 east. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of unknown. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 14th day of September. A. D. 193.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August, A.
D. 1909. s. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.


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Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Tam=a ad e N lra*
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