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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 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03245
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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and points the way for a wiser con-
sideration in the future.

CURE HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that It Interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
scription did not reach my case, and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate it. Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by all dealers.

DELAWARE TOWN DESTROYED
Only Twelve Houses Left Standing
in Milton
Milton. Del., Aug. 14.-This town
Is almost entirely in ruins as the re-
sult of a fire of overwhelming propor-
tions which destroyed about 100 build-


REWARD$100 HIS FRI S COULrl HELP
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and Henry Craig, a Pensacola Fisherman,
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarr!. 'ure is Fell From His Boat Into the
the only positive cure known to the-
medical fratE rnity. Catarrh b', ig a Jaws of a Shark
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh 0ol. Aug. 14.-Henry Craig. a
r'a:c is takan intern.'":-, ac. :&i direct- A -"r. r-.t death in a horrible
u." ..on th.. blood a;td mucous surfaces .. **: r y-.st rday.
of the system, thereby destroying the Craig was employed on the fishing
foundation of the disease, and giving smack Haikyon. He had gone to the
the patient strength by building up the forward part of th' boat .to attend re-
the constitution and assisting nature pairs of the rigginge and in spme
in doing its work. The proprietors manner f.11 overboard. He was a good
have so much faith in its curative swimmer and camte to the surface a
powers that they offer One Hundred short li -nmce from the yacht. His
Dollars for any case that it fails to companions saw him headed for the
cure. Send for list of testimonials. boat and ran forward to throw him a
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0. line. Just then a shark's fin rose di-
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's rertly behind him. The men on board
Family Pills for constipation. houted to him to look out for the
s for constshark, but the warning was useless.
DIVED IN A DREAM A giant fish of the man-eating sli.--


FRES IMI FRmM

Gevnwment Will Try to Prevent Tim-
ber Arms from Being Ruined by
Fire and ReekIes Methede
Washington, Aug. 14-A preliminary
investigations of the forest condii.Trq
of Florida was made the past winut.r
by the United States Forest Service in
cooperation with the state. The re-
port is now completed and has been
submitted to the governor [or his con-
sideration. It is hoped that the legis-
lature may be able to Incorporate at
least some of the recommendations
into laws In the near future.
Prominent Position of the State
Florida occupies a prominent posi-
tion among the timber and turpentine
producing states of the country. It
has at present a greater per cent of its
land in forest than any other state.
Some of the finest stands of longleaf
jpine in the South are contained within
its borders. The development of the
forest industries during the past few
years has been phenomenal. While
the agricultural development In cer-
tain parts of the state will make per-
manent use of Immense areas of cut-
over land. the bulk of lands now be-
ing cut over will not be needed "for
agricultural purposes for many years
to come. In the meantime the timber
producing possibilities of such lands
are being destroyed by repeated fires.
turpentining and reckless lumbering.
The opportunity to organize and adopt
plans of forest management should
not be delayed until the forest lands
have all been cut over.
A Lesson for Us to Heed
Many states have temporarily de-
veloped at the expense of their forest
interests and have realized too late the
disastrous effects of wasting their for-
est resources.
The report of the Forest Service ex-
aminer in Florida lays particular
stress on the importance of a strong
forest policy for the state. There
should be a commission of forestry to
have general supervision of the for-
estry interests of the state and to ap-
point a state forester. It should be the
duty of the state forester, under the
direction of the 'commission, to advise
private owners In reference to forest
management, to bring to public atten-
tion the damage done by forest fires,
to formulate and put Into execution
a fire warden system' to protect the
forests from fires, to encourage more
conservative systems of lumbering
and turpentining, to Investigate tax
and grazing problems, and in gqfieral
promote a healthy interest in forest
preservation in the state.
The Forest Fire Problem
In Florida, as in other Southern
states, forest fires were found to be a
more serious hindrance to the per-
petuation of the forests. The practice
of burning over the ground annually
destroys all possibility of a young
growth of pine to take the .place of
the mature timber when It is cut.
Moreover, fires injure the standing
timber, especially where the trees have
been boxed, and destroy the vegetable
covering of the soil. It has been dem-
onstrated that repeated fires decrease
the value of the forest for grazing
purposes.
In order to check the annual fire
evil. the report proposes a forest fire
law for Florida which shall make it
unlawful and punishable by fine or
imprlsoninent, or both, for any in-
dividual or corporation to start fires
on land not their own. The proposed
law also makes every owner liable for
damage resulting from the spread of
fire from his own land to that of an-
other. Th're are many other Import-
ant features in the proposed law, such
as the appointment of fire wardens,
the use of spark arresters on locomo-
tives and engines, and posting of fire
notices.
The report furthermore recommends
the establishment of state forests
from tax lands and by purchase, as
has already been done by many states
in the country.
The forests of Florida have lasted
longer than in many states, perhaps
because the state has been more gen-
erously endowed with valuable growth.
The need of forest preservation has
not been so apparent in the past. but
those who understand the present
conditions in Florida and in other
states should be alive to the necessity
of taking some action to cut wisely
what forests remain, and provide for
regeneration on lands that have al-
ready been denuded. The report ex-


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This would be unusual news if men ,
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment. Sold by all
druggists.
A FALL FROM GRACE
Bryan's Mascot Mule is Pulling a Beer
Wagon in Nevada.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 14.-Democrats
of Nebraska read in the press dis-
patches that at the National Chris-
tian Endeavor Convention at St. Paul
William S. Bryan had signed a tem-
perance pledge and enlisted in the
army fighting John Barleycorn.
Right on the heels of this came the
announcement that the Bryan mule
Minnemascot had been assigned to the
menial job of hauling a beer delivery
cart in the streets of Goldfield. Nev.,
making house to house deliveries.
Minnemascot came to Mr. Bryan
and the Nebraska democracy during
the last presidential campaign as a
mascot. It had been exhibited at the
Minnesota state fair. was abandoned
there by the owner, and the manager
sent to Bryan's home. where it was
received with glad acclaim.
After the votes had been counted
and the mule had been proved a hoo-
doo a democratic committee was ap-
pointed to rid the Fairview premises
of it. It was sent South, but not be-
ing accustomed to cotton fields, again
balked, and a few days later was
braying for admission at the gates of
Falrview.
Finally the Democratic Central
Committee hit upon a scheme for for-
ever ridding Nebraska of poor Minne-
mascot. It offered the mule to the
precinct thaitcould show the largest
democratic gain. Goldfield won.
For a time the animal was the fea-
ture of the mining town. but people
tired of it and now it is hauling beer.
WETS WILL PROBABLY WIN
Bristol. Va.. Aug. 14.-Judge Kelly
heard the first application for license
to sell liquor yesterday, the city hay-)
ing voted wet at a recent local option
election. Counsel for the drys object-
ed to granting license until the court
has disposed of the local option con-
test now pending. Judge Kelly took
the matter under advisement and no
license are now likely to be granted
before September.


KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL
Health Is Worth Savina. and Some
Ocala People Know How
to Save It
Many Ocala people take their lives
in their hands by neglecting the kid-
neys when they know these organs
need help. Sick kidneys are responsi-
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
ill health, but there is no need to suf-
fer nor to remain in danger when all
diseases and aches and pains due to
weak kidneys can be quickly and per-
manently cured by tthe use of Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Jos. Eckert, living on Thompson St.,
Starke, Fla., says: "I am very glad,
to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as
they proved of great benefit to me.
At the time I began their use my con-
dition was very po,,r. The kidney se-
cretions were irregular in action and
when allowed to stand deposited a
sediment. My back ached intensely.
and was very lame and sore. It was
hard for me to stoop or lift. I could
nnt r~.t -woll at nirht a nt mt m TnArnl,


cies closed upon him and snapped his
body In twain before the horror-
stricken men on board could do any-
thing to help him. Craig gave one
scream as the shark closed upon him.
The water was dyed red with his
blood for a fw seconds as the shark
dragged the body beneath the waves.
The horrible affair occurred at a
point between the navy yard and the
city proper, and only a short distance
from the shore.

EXPLORING THE HIGHWAYS


Brooksville, Dunnellon and Inverness
Autoists are Busy Path Finding
Brooksville, Aug. 14.-The business
men and owners of automobiles of
Brooksville. Dunnellon and Inverness
are thoroughly aroused as to the Im-
portance of establishing the route be-
tween Tampa and Jacksonville in the
pathfinding and endurance run inau-
gurated by the Tampa Times.
To induce the largest number of
contestants to choose the Brooksville-
Dunnellon-Inverness route, the citi-
zens of each of these places are ar-
ranging to offer a cup to be given to
the driver which passes over this
route and first checks in at Jackson-
ville. The plans are not all complet-
ed. but each town will raise $50, a
total of $150, and either purchase one
cup for $150. or offer two or more
cups. to include second and third
place contestants.
Those from Brooksville who have
driven to Jarksonville say that there
is a hard road all the way from Inver-
ness to Jacksonville.


Bad Symptoms.
T e woman who has periodical Iha
aches, backache, sees imaginary dark
I.pots 4r si eck? ?.S ting or dancing before
her eycs, i!nawing distress or heavy
full feeling stomach, faint spells, drag-
ging-dow ling in lower abdominal or
pelvic on, easily startled or excited
Irregu rorpainful periods with orwith
out vle eatrk Is suffering from
wea&.,s a erangements that should
have e ny a ontlo. Not all of above
sympto a likely to be preheat In aay
case at line.
N t or badly treated anid such
cases fIn run Into maladies which de-
ma e sorgeem's knife If they do mo
r to tally.
o medicine e e nLLh ch a hI"


ku6wiEtoedIcal science for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments enter Into It
eompolstion. No alcohol, harmful, a
habit-forming drug is to be found in the
list of its ingredients printed on each
bottle-wrapper and attested under oath.
In any condition of the female system,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can do
only good-never harm. Its whole effect
Is to strengthen Invigorate and regulate
the whole female system and especially
the pelvic organs. When these are d.-
ranged in function or affected by disease,
the stomach and other organs of digestioa
become sympathetically deranged, the
eMrves are weakened, and a long list
bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too
much must not be expected of this *Fa-
vorite Prescription." It will not perform
miracles will not cure tumors-no med-
icine wilL It wi often prevent them, If
taken In time, and thiu the operating
table and the surgeon's knife may be
avoided.
Women suffering from diseases of long
standing, are Invited to consult Doctor
Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence
Is held as strictly private and sacredly
confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pier*
Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000
s ant free on receipt of 21 onecem
stmps Fper-cov d., or 31 Staum
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ACT QUICKLY
It you have a sudden chill-If you
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea-don't
wait a minute. Take a teaspoonful
of Perry Davis' Painkiller In half a
glass of hot water or milk. You'll be
on the road to quick recovery. Have
this tried remedy on hand for imme-
diate use. Being prepared is half the
battle. New size 35c., also in 560. swze.
BIG CRIUSER FLEET
TO VISIT THE ORIENT
Will Go to the Philippines First, Then
to China and Japan
San Fancisco, Aug. 14.-Great ac-
tivity prevails at the Mare Island navy
yard in anticipation of the departure
early next month by the cruiser squad-
ron ordered to the Orient. The ships
now being r!it in readiness for the
trip are th,' olorado. Pennsylvania,
Maryland. W-st Virginia, South Da-
kota, Washington. California and Ten.
nessee. The squadron, which will be
under the command of Rear Admiral
Sebree. will visit the Philippines.
China and Japan and w!tll not return
to these shores until late next spring.
On the way to the Philippines the
vessels will touch at Honolulu. Mares
Harbor and Admiralty island. Arriv-
Ing at Manila, one month will be de-
voted to target practice, and on De-
cember 1 the ships will proceed to
Yokohoma. At that port they will
separate, and in pairs will show the
American flag in the ports of Hong
Kong, Woosung and Kobe, reassem-
bling off Yokohama the middle of
January. On the return voyage the
squadron will touch only at Honolulu.
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
to three doctors; was kept In bed for
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
spider's bite caused large, deep sores
to cover his leg. The doctors failed,
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
ington, of Bosquesville, Tex. For
eczema, boils, burns and piles it's su-
preme. 25c at all druggists.

AN UNIQUE INVITATION
To Visit San Antonio Being Carried
to Taft by a Cowboy
San Antonio., Tex., Aug. 14.-E. S.
O'Reilly. a cowboy courier, has depart-
ed from this city with an invitation
for President Taft to visit this city on
his Texas trip. He started on his 2200
mile journey from the front of the
Alamo, August 1, and expect to com-
plete his trip in 60 days.
The idea of such an invitation orig-
inated with the Light and Gazette
newspaper, and through the paper the
arrangements were made. There was
considerable ceremony at the start.
when the invitation was intrusted to
the courier. An escort of 40 cowboys
accompanied O'Reilly to the city lim-
its. The invitation is on pachmeflt
and is considered a work of art of its
kind. It is signed by:
Fred W. Cook, president chamber of
commerce; Chaa. T. Van Riper, chief
of police; Phil H. Shook, county
judge: Dr. D. Berry, county physician:
Andres Coy, district clerk: B. D.-Llnd-
sey, sheriff; Dr. H. Barnits, president
San Antonio board of health; Victor
Beze. city auditor; A. Y. Walton,
county treasurer; M. C. Shiner. city
assessor: Ben S. Fisk, justice of the
peace; Dr. S. Burg, city health of-
ficer: M. E. Buckley. judge of the cor-
poration court: A. V. Huth, county
assessor, and others.
TAKE NOTICE
All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
correct urinary Irregularities, which, if
neglected, may develop into a serious
lllnees. It will restore health and I
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.
PARSON WANTED HIS PAY
If He Told the Truth, His Congrega-
tion Isn't Worth Saving.
Hamilton. O.. Aug. 14.-Rev. G.
Spencer, pastor of the Methodist
church at Winchester, Wednesday
night told an astonishing story to the
congregation. He said in part:
"Because of the way you have treat-
ed me I have had to live on butterless
bread and water for days at a time. I


went eight weeks without receiving a
penny from you. For three days, when
my wife lay in bed with her nearly
born babe. I went without a bite so
that she might get nourishment to
keep her child alive with bread and
tea. all we had left to eat. Owing to
your treatment my wife's mind tem-
porarily gave way, and she would now
be an inmate of an asylum had I not
made a study of medicine.
"In 12 weeks I received but $14 sal-
ary from you. which was long overdue.
You neglected me; you know this-
you men. all aware of my condition,
yet you seemed to think I could live
on wind."
His story stirred the gossips of the
little town and the higher authorities
-f the church will make an Investiga-
tion at once."
A WEAKLING
is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often it eats.
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food. the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly.
easily and with no bad after effects.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
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Peru. Ind. Aug. 14.-Edward. 9 year
old son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Spaninges of Peru, while dream-
ing of bathing, stood up In bed and
dived over the footboard. He struck
the floor with such force as to dislo-
cate his shoulder and bruise his head.
IF YOU KNEW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. 3* bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louis, Mo.
BAPTIST MINISTER DROWNED
Mobile, Aug. 14.-A special from
Pensacola says Rev. C. W. Woodruff.
Baptist preacher, was drowned late
late yesterday afternoon, while out in a
small yacht with his wife.
Mr. Woodruff's foot caught in a
small line that lay on the yacht's' deck.
and he tripped, falling overboard.
Mrs. Woodruff was powerless to help
him and he soon sank. The deceased
was sixty-five years of age and had
charge of the Baptist church at Camp
Walker.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 nM


VENING STAR

SL. L pr am R. R. Carre


". L. ITTmEKRM, Editar
IR. R CAIRI LL.I ud. Manor.

? --" KOnSNAN UNITY
SRAEbUT TO COLLAPSE
The 2 mp T- as of Prlday gives
te Md e account of the fAst-
eoahaf of this ridiculous delusion,
W IS ifs t laftrestW to Floridlans be-
eam the sect has Uts headquarters in
'this m It s difficlt to understand
bow Tesed attained such mastery over
SmaUy lateUllget men and women.
5 W"a eaQdary if not repulsive In
P aPSM'Mae, aa unrefined In manners
Mad tho slebams of hs motives and
uSter InSltshuom of bhis theology must
have b o apparent to all not tem-
eariy separated from their senses:
All the Institutions founded by the
ate Dr. Cyrum R. Teed seem to be-
tsntateS, and It saMid that within a
short Ure The will be the battling
Prond tI i t l o ewMSt to close up
the adM the KeMkaa comnmu-
ty at rkteo, In Lee county, near
Port Myw,
The lare e$10CN manufacturing
plant of the Keeshan Unity, near
Brstol. Tem., the religious orfanla-
tioa of which the lat& Dr. Cyrus I.
Teed was the bead, will be sold at
ublic aotio by local creditors to
I f dse at $o M ainst it.
ThZ u M S blbeda colony
IN Bel S about two years ago and
1 *pmtId a large plant. It was In a
fohlriga0 co9ndItion until last winter,
when Dr. Cyrus R. Teed, the founder,
l ded.
Thbe am rate of affaire Is aid to
be eitintff at Notero. The Informa-
tion has come to the Times that the
people 6f that community are In a bad
way financially, that the food is In-
suflcient aad that many of the sect
are leaving the place. Only last week
the *MaIS Of one of the colonists
were oud In a body of water, and
the Port Myer Press Is authority for
the statemmt that financial troubles
caused the old man to seek death.
At Bristol. Teed's followers lost
faith In his teachings when. after
death, he did not make good. Dr.
Teed taught that he was immortal and
within three days after his imlasing
out of his physical body be would
rerrect himself and thus demon-
strate his power over the grave. Ac-
cordingly his body lay for three days
at hib home at stero and when for
saltary reasons the remains had to
be taken from the home. they were
placed In a tomb and the door left
MNsealed, so Is case he was a little
shy eo the scheduled time for his body
to arise again, It could be accomplish-
ed without too much exertion. As no
Teed was seen perambulating about
la the licialty for a week or so after
his death the chlef cornerstone of the
faith was destroyed and the remnant
of his Bristol followers gave up their
religion. Hence the stern hand of the
shierff came In to satisfy creditors.
The Times has Information, not yet
properly aeredited, that when Teed
died he left, by will his entire hold-
Inas to a board of directors, composed
of eight people. Two of these direc-
tors refused to be a party to the will
or accept the responsibility. claiming,
It Is stated, that Teed did not gain ac.
cess to the property for a money con-
sideration. but simply by hypnotizing
his followers, who, on Joining the
communities, gave up all their worldly
poseaseslo to Teed. and then turned
aout In the field or shop to do his bid-
dinga and life an Idealistic life with
no worries, With board and lodging
furnished. Men and women flocked to
Teed. Husbads left wives and wives
left husbands and went over to Teed's
teaching aad lived a single life. not
eves eating at the same mess hall to-
sether.
It is stated that "ffetoria," the new
head of the Koreshan community of
Bstero, 1o or has been In Tamnpa. and
together with another party to Teed's
will, will enter suialt before Judge Wall
to have the Koreshan community
made a corporation Inside of a relig-
ions Institution, and that each of the
members of the lock will be appor-
tionsed their share of the taxable prop-
erty at atero, according to the mon-
ies they have paid over to Teed and to
. ,the labor they have given into build-
inr up of this paradise-like commu-


aity. At astero they have splendid
erme. substantial balldings, boats
that ply between Estero and the main-
S lad, a fne printing plant from which
Is Isued the weekly Estero Eagle, an
ably edited paper, and is otherwise a
place of considerable Importance.
The outcome of the Bristol sale and
the legal Sght over the Estero com-
mualty will be watched with Interest
thUaughet the United States, for
Teed drew upon all America for his
eBsiowffS-^BS


TRUE THRIFT
"Whea visiting a certain town In
the Midleads," says a medical man.
accordlag to Tit Bits. 'I was told of
an extraordinary Incident wherein the
minala fare, an economical housewife.
efthlted, under trying circumstances,
a trait quite characteristic of her. It
seems that she had by mistake taken
a qumatity of poison-mercurial pol-
se--the antidote for which, as all
aheld know, comprises the whites of
-a g. Wben this antidote was being
adm alstered, the order for which the
Staartuate lady had overheard. she
mas ged to murmar, although almost
comuaclmns: "Mary. Mary! Save the
yolks for the puddings."
WHEN WOMEN WAR


Of the great army of brave women
that had gaW ot to battle in the
early UMang, thete survived at even.
Ia oly the merest remnant, says
Pack. The struggle had been fierce
I a1aog the line. "Well sell our lives
de arly, owevert" they exclaimed, and
S. "Nelately took their Anal stanld. And
S*whea the oppoaiNg hosts, women like-
,wis, heard the cry of despair, their
r i ... a... ,65b, I .m so 16- d'-


GILCHRIST AT SPOKANE


GoveMor GiUchrist addressed the Na-
tional IrrigatIon Congress at Spokanre:
yesterday, on the resources of th(
South In general and Florida in par-
ticular. The governor made one of hii
solidly sensible talks, which was
heard with ciose attention.


THE UMPIRE
After Kipling's Vanlp;re A Long
After


Way


(Prom Harpers Weekly.)


THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN


ICE


Our ice by our new process is froz-
en at a t-rmn;--ratur<- of e-ight to t. n
dl-gres-s abo' z'-r,., is as cl-ar a. ; rys-
ati and a ur a ,ure as b made.o \v-
Sguarante. at to la-t longer.


A fool there was who began to swear
(Even as von and I) BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
At a shirt and a shoe and a shock of!
hair
(We called him the umpire who wasn't And Not be Disappointed in Service
square) And Quality
But the fool he called him names for
Evfair n as ou or OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO
Oh, the balls we stop and the flies we
pop MEI'FET & TAYLOR
And our beautiful clean base hits Phone .
TLat are spoiled by the umpire who M
knows too much Mo
(And now he knows that he knew to.. SEABOARD AIR LINE
much
For we had to give him fits)! EXCURSION TO FERNANDINA
A fool there was,. and a ball he fouled On Monrday. August 23rd, the Sea-
(Even as you or I: I board will run an excursion from
The umpire yelled "Fair" and the f< a!a to I',-rnanlina and return for
audience howled. $1 for th.. r-und trip. Train will
(But the umpire only glared and leave O'al;s at 6 a. m. and returning
scowled). ;I1 l.-ave F'rnandina at 6 p. m. A
While the batter deeply and fiercely P'ullmnan chair -ar will b attach d
gron"led .,Ad re-ervations fn psam, can be- had
(Even as you or I). !,y alplyiig t-t. the f-.ty ticket agi-nt's
Oh, the wrath unspoike. and the swear. ,ie' o. 1I. C. Raysor.
we choke. city Ti,-ket Ag'-::t. )cala. Fla.
And the excell-nt epithet-
Whlch belong to the umpire who
knows It all
(That fool of an umpire who knows
It all)
And all of our game upsets!
The umpire with haughty pride was
(Even as you or I).
But that wasn't what the audience
willed
(They loudly demanded his blood b.o MaDONy NEED GLASSES
spilled!) { Many people do not need glasses but
So-some of him lived-but he mostly ,most people do.
was killed j You may be one of the majority.
(Even as you or I). There are two ways of finding out.
And it isn't the (chump and it isn't the One-await for time and disease to
gump; drive you to it.
That makes us so awful mad; Two-Consult tus about it.
It's coming to know that he never 'an t We Can Tell You whether or not youth
ump. need them. DR. D. M. BONEY.
(For his head i- only a sodden lureso Eyesight Specialist.
And his judgment's always bad' I Oca'a. F'la.
SOffice hours: 9 to 10 a. m and 1:30
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
How Is that. This is not an aut- oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
mobile, lut one of thope now S-in.h'


Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.
FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50; cost $60 new; one large
cook stove, good order. $5; lots of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for $12.0.
W. H. Clark. Ocala.
People with chronic bronchitis, as-
thma and lung trouble, will find great
relief and comfort in Foley's Honey
and Tar, and can avoid suffering by
commencing to take It at once. Sold
by all dealers.
FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (50 lbs. ice) S5:
one extension dining table, oak, $3. W.
H. Clark. Ocala.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
pleasant, safe, sure, easy little liver
pills. A salve y au may always depend
upon in any case where you need a
salve, Is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve-especially good for piles.
Sold by all druggists.
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remtfly. All that is
necessary is to give the prescribed
dose after each operation of the bow-
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the system. It is safe
and sure.
Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's inks: also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.

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


THE 5BESTPROTECTION


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

HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. R. Toph residence near the
heights on South Third street. Good,
roomy house. large lot. stables, etc.
Apply to P. W. Ditto or Guy Toph att
Montezuma.
BLIND GOD'S BAD BEHAVIOR
Misfit Love Caused One Young Ten-
nesseean to Kill Another
Nashville, Aug. 14.-William W'iggs
was shot and killed last night at th,'
home of J. R. Hamilton by the. latter.
The shooting is said to have been
the outcome of a feud which has ex-
isted between Wiggs and the Hamil-
tons for several months past. and had
Its origin in the jealou.-y of Wiggs to-
ward young Hamilton, son of J. R.
Hamilton. Both young men wert. pay-
ing attentions to the fourteen-year-
old daughter of a neighbor.


CASTORIA

P1W Ilaats and Children.
Th kM Yu HIa wa* ta
Beas the
SIgnature of A e

CHASED BY A CRAZY COON
P-nsacola. Aun. 14 -A strange ne-
gro, clad only in his shoes. chased a
white woman from a field to her home
yesterday morning, and then ran off
as she entered the house screaming.
The officers were notified and a
posse from Persa.ola went to the
place.
It is nowv b.lieved that the negro
Is crazy. The sheriff took a pack of
bloodhounds with him and is trailing
th. mnr


FIERCE HATE OF A FELON
After Fifteen Years, McSorley Mur-
dered J;n of the Jurors Who
Convicted Him
Middletown. N. Y.. Aug. 14.-Daniel
A. Fenton. .one of th.- best known ho-
tel proprietors in this part of the state.
was shot and wounded fatally on th.-
ctre,-t at 2 o'clock yesterday aftrrnon
by an ex-convict, discharged recent-
ly from Sing Sing. F.-ntMon died last
night at .:15 o'clock: He was a mem-
ber of the jury which convicted Me-
Sorley of the crime for which he was
se-nt to prison. lcSirley was a fur-
m-r saI,,nkeerer on Coney island.
McSorley once ran a salloon at
Coney Island within a short distance
of a hot-il kept by Fenton. This was
ten to flfte,-n years ag". McSorley was
arrested on a serious charge and was
suent to prison for a lone term. On be-
ing swntene.-d MeSorhly sec-med to take
--special Dani'-1 Fenton. was one of the jury
which convicted him.
AUTO FOR SALE
A ne.; runabout automobile for salon
at a r-asonabll dis.runt from orig-
inal co-t. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile." eare Star office.
IN CASE OF FIRE
The Ocala Terlephone company has
had placed on the transmitcr of their
'phones throughout the city a card
bearing the following Inscription: "In
case of fire call central and say 'Fire
at plug -- the number of the first
plug nearc.st the phone being given.
This is a v-ry. commpindable spir't and
will e-liminate 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.


SKILLED PAINTING


I am preparedi t) take ainy Job of
painting no matter how Lirge or how
small. o! how fitr,- the work desired
may be. I have .he material, brushes
anti kr.owtdge to paint and lio it
righ. lHoust-s painted 'nside and out
(;raining. gilding. hard oil finishing
v..rniehii. and lIttterirng and sign
Dain.ting. Taste and' skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. l<>x 12. or l-ave w vor
at the Star office. K. NW. Fillya
Otala. F;a tf


Th evwey woma Imws stI


Her first cholce,-her last
cholce,-and her choice
at alnl tues.
"MY FAVORITES"
mkese- ep xewdsift pmAe.

For Sale by

T. W. TROXLER


CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON,
fllce-Secend Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala,
Florida.
relephones-Office, 222; Residence.
221.
Office Hours-9 to I 2 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


F. E. McCLANE

Physicia and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Promptly
Nig;.t or Day
Special Attention to Obstetric1, Di-
seases of Women and Children


BEAUTIFY


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Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened

Latest Methods


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SHAH ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
-Crown of Persia is too Heavy ior His
Childish Head.
St. Pt-rshurg. Aug. 14.-It is re-
port d that Mohammed Ali. the depos-
ed Shah .of Persia. leaves the country
next week and that the young Shah.
his favorite son. is downcast because
of .,-p.aration from his parents. The
iyouthful ruler attempted flight and
Swh.Tn frustrated attempted suicide. It
is po.'sible that he will abdicate. The
brother of the Shah is marching on
Teh,-ran at the head of a Kurdlsh
tribe from Laristan province.

A WEAKLING
is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. Nd
matter how much or how often it eats
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food. the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
WAR WILL BE WAGED ON WINGS
Pittsburg. Aug. 14.-The third day's
session of the convention of the Army
of the Philippines was marked by the
spl-'ech delivered by Maj. Gen. Fred-
erick D. Grant. commander of the de-
partment of the Lakes, who said:
"I candidly believe that airships will
be the deciding factor in future war-
fare. The war department is watch-
ing with intense interest the develop-
ment of the aeroplane. To my mind
these air craft will take the most im-
portant part in war times to come."
The best remedy we know of in all
cases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one we can always recommend,
is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They are antiseptic and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their impor-
tant work. But when you ask for these
pi.ls be positive that you get De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There are imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them. and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else In place of them. Sold by all
druggists.
A STRIKING PRINTER
TURNED ASSASSIN
Bisbee. Ariz.. Aug. 14.-William
Bockholz. a striking printer, shot and
instantly killed Asa A. Hoy, former
business manager of the Review. a
morning paper of this city, and Will-
iam Bockholz, of Covington. Ky.. yes-
terday. Union printers on the Review
struck several days ago. and Hoy and
fIockholz were operating linotype ma-
chines in their places.


second cured me entirely." It will .m.tf: nuvmq3 .--;2 noiier building.
cure you. Sold by all dealers. n oor: Ph-ones, Office No. 333. Whtn the stomach falls to per-
cure you. Sold by all dealers. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver lesi.d,.nve. No. ".13. form its functions, the bowels become
We have a most exquisite line of Tablets gently stimulate the liver an OCALAderanged. the liver and the kidneys
fancy ve a imported china n many de of bowels to expel' poisonous matter. OCALA. FLORIDA congested. causing numerous diseases.
feancynt imported c The Antin many dif-y cleanse the system, cure constipation -- -'- The stomach and liver must be re-
Druent pitore. The Ant ooly and sick headache stored to healthy condition and Cham-
Sberlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets
FOR RENT-Five-room Ilouse near DISAGREED WITH HIS DAUGHTER can be depoende-d upon to do it Easy
pumping station. Apply to 'L C. Cause of th Death of Ransom Ross, tI take and most effective.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocala. Cause the Death of Ransom Ross,
Jonla. -2ala-tt a Texas Farmer f A CHEW OF TOBACCO
F_ ___-2-t_____ Dallas. Texas. Autgust 14.-Rianom J SAVED WALTERS' LIFE
- -- -- -- I Ros. a farmer. fifty y.:irs of age. was
Shot and killed late, y,.st.-rlay after- Lnanslrot, Ind.. Aug. 14.-August
noon, and a pistiol bt-loinging to his Waiters. a park policeman, was al-
daughter. Mrs. ,Bell. was found by his most killed by electricity yesterday
Sside. Tht has he-,n arr(-st-l and Is I whi;e assisting a lineman who was re-
'charged w;t.h the murd.-r. Th*.. .ir pirin an arc light in Riverside Park.
: :quarreled -.r.nctrning; Mrs. DPell's ecill. Th.e lineman requested Walters to let
REVOLTS AT COLD STEL down the arc light and he grasped the
S REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL u. |cable which is used to lower the
nr Jamp. It was several hours before
'Your only h.e." said thr,,, door Walters regained consciousness. He
to Mrs. M. E Fisher, Detroit. Mich.. j Cr.-olvwd a current of 2.200 volts. Phy-
suf ering fr.om sovtr, rental trouble. siians attribute Walter's escape from
ili,. in an operation. "then I us,-d Dr.! COMMERCIAL STATIONERY ;a tragic death to the fact that when
Kin New Lif Pill. she write of hih rade and quality, for offic e first grasped the cable the shock
Still wholy curei.. They preV.nt a- of high grde and quality .l for tc, .) swallow a big quid if
6enici.i. c'r, ,on'til~ation '-ada- andt stor reecl',--s a great d,-al of our
en itis. cureonstipati. da- and attention, a our stock and ta This tobacco In the stomach
che. 2-c at all druggists. facilities fr supplying large and small a:t. d :ts a stimulant and kept up heart
HOW MUCH FUN orders will amply attest. Whether; ,1*a( ,,
HOW MUCH FUN ou uaDt a lead pncil or a huze l( DISAGREEABLE AT HOME
HE MIGHT HAVE HAD g1r. a note book or a letter press it's


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FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

Westeru Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham. Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beete,
Sweet Potatoe. Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onion


W. P


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Nee. M-11-13 Franklin Street, Tamps, Fla,
Will prepare you for a position as Bookkeeper, Assistant Doohaeeper.
Stenographer. Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many of Marion county' bright-
est young men and women are graduates of this Instituttio and are hkldiag
high and responsible positions. A special rate of $105.00 for a compiles
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We have jut receied one ot the
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for-the purpose of grinding lawn IM

does the work perfectly. If you will ar

our patronage, we guarantee to give o m
Mower in better condition than the da
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OCALA EVENING STARS SATURDAY, AUGUST 14,


EST YET!


The Israel Brown house located
on Adams street, near the Syna-
gogue, one block from Oklawaha


avenue, for 8ale.


Price


$2,000


Terms, we me.


A. FRANK, Mgr.

MARil FEALTY CO.. OCAA, F .AL




SCRAP METAL AND JUNK
I will bay all kinds of J rnk--ron. teel. Brass. Copper, Zinc,
T1a Lead. Rubber, Bagging. Ibarrels. Leather, Etc.; old Engines,
Bollers, Rails, Ete, whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price In cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
wbht you have and wore it is located.

CITRA, FLORIDA.


FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
The Beautiful


HiaIood White Sulphur Springs Hotel

Lad of the Sky' WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Altitude 2850 Feet
On the Southern Railway, onte nour rrom Asheville. Capacity 250 guests.
No eonu...ptia. Hot and Cold Sulphur a ths, Music, Bowling and Tennis.
Speelal attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
haformasdie address G <'. RO-AN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenll-
worth la, Aseville.)


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7 THE FLORIDA CONCRETE AND PAYING CO.

We are prepared to fill your orders for cement work, of whatever kind.
Manufaetrers of cement brick, building blocks, hexagon and octagon
oeeks, and all kinds of paving material. We employ skilled workmen and
our mette is 'te please.
Temporary quarters, phone 25


JAMES


R. MOORHEAD. MGR.


WATCH YOUR DATES!


HEED


THE WARNING!


It is not our desire to lose a single subscriber,
therefore we are sending this out as a warning be-
fore hand. We have been revising our list of sub-
scribers, as we are required to do under the law of
the postal authorities. Look at the date on your
paper and see if you are paid up, and if not send
in your subscription at cnoe.
There are many names orn our list that are way
past due, and we know they are overlooked by the
subscribers. We do not wish to drop a name with.
- out first giving warning.
The postal regulations force us to do this, and
no matter how unpleasant it may be to us, we must
; complyy with the law.
-, -You have or will receive a statement of your ac-
coaut, and we ask that you remit tor the same at
me&., If there are'errors we will cheerfully correct
them.


WHY


Do we get o few Inquiries from the Ocala DMrict for


CYPRESS


LUMBER


SHINGLES AND LATH

Wahm we can a comphke stock of each, and also laang,
-c-g- fl ag and every style of faiLstlg lumber
Gomdm l0


DRY CYPRESS


At pdmM that ddy Ceom pe Send s the inqui
and we wtl do the rest


COLEMAN CYPRESS CO.


COT PHAN


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K. of P. meet lionday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Eagles. meet Wednesday evening.
Red Men meet Thursday night.
Rebekahs meet FPriday ev-.ning.
Fllng cases at thte (-cala News Co.
"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ball!ard's.


Dr. Carswell Is somewhat br*ter
day.
Mr. C" J Fralitk of Macon i= -t
Montezuma.


I "'ture uZ?:I,. p : carl- at th
Ocala llJt.....
Mrs. W. E. Veal of York. is a guest
uof the Montezuma.

Call and see the new books at tL..
the Ocala 1, ws Co.
Dr. P. Burgman of McIntosh Is at
the Montezuma.


5 or 6 doses w OO' will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. Harry Fraison of Lynchburg. is
a guest of the Montezuma.
FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk. cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. S. G. Glover of Winston, S. C..
Is at the Ocala House.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
There were 23 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore..
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Eldred of Titus-
ville, are guests of the Ocala House.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. I. E. Webster of Gainesville is
at the Ocala House.
A new shipment of peroxide cream
just in at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. L. R. Bryan of Jacksonville Is
at the Ocala House.
Do you smoke? Then try that Xi-
manies smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. B. F. Allen of Atlanta is at the
Ocala House.
Bathing caps just received at the
Court Pharmacy.
Miss Blanche Hall of Candler Is
visiting friends in Ocala.
POR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.
5 or 6 doses ~W will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 26c.
Little Hugh Chace. who has been so
Ill for the past two weeks, is decided-
ly better today.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-
lences: 24 Watula street.
WANTED-4 or 5-roc-n cottage in
healthy neig' borhood. Apply to X. X.
X.. Star office.
Mr. G. R. Ellis. of Gainesville. the
fertilizer salesman. is at the Monte-
zuma hotel.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
Mr. Jake Klein who was delayed in
getting off to New York the middle of
the week. will leave tonight.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. Walter Yonge has returned from
a visit to friends and relatives in
Jacksonville.
COOK WANTED-An experienced
cook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
Bell. at the courthouse.

Mr. DeMartin of Gainesville. United
States revenue collector for this dis-
trict, was in town yesterday.
FOR RENT-One Fay--Sholes type-
writer in good condition. Apply at the
Star office.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.
Mr. R. S. Hall who has been absent
for several days looking after invest-
ments in other parts of the state, has
returned home.
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 2r c"nts
per bottle. Ask your d-aler; he'll
probably know.

Mr. Richard Irvine of Stanton was
in town today. He will go with his
family in a few days to lack Point.
at the mouth of Crystal River, to
spend a few weeks flhing.
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.
Mr. B. Goldman. of the Globe, will
leave next week for New York City.
where he will spend two weeks buying


AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Grace Episcopal
E. J. Mills-Price. Lay Reader.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning prayer 11 i. m.

Christian
W. H. Coleman, Minister.
I1 a. m.-Sunday school.
3:20 p. m.-Junior C. Eo at home of
Mrs. Coleman.
11 a. m.-Sermonette.
T:301 p. m.-Evangelistic sermon.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program
Subject. "Pilgrim's Progress." Law-
r'-nce Freyermuth, loader.
ripture Rom. 8:35-39 and Micah.


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P'-x r by superintendent.
I i rad, alternately.
,'n ey;.' tined by pastor.
l..- on story. "'Annette's Garden"-
F.y'lI Coleman
'"Our Mi-ssion Workers." Nellile
P.B-ckham.
Re-view. Our Str!ng of Parls.
Normal drill. P.ooks of the bible.
Sterj;ur,. drill.
Roll 'v'.
Song.
Mizpah.

NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF
THE OCALA IRON WORKS


Mr. J. A. Bouvier is the new super-
intendent of the Ocala Iron Works to
succeed Mr. Fleming, resigned. Mr.
Ptouvier has been in charge of the au-
tomobile department of the Iron Works
since its establishment and with the
exception of a short time when he
was otherwise employed, has been
with the company for many years. He
is a thorough foundry and machine
shops man. understanding the trade,
1s a finished workman himself, and Is
familiar with the office work as welL
Mr. Bouvier is the man for the place
and the Star is glad he has accepted
it. He can make good and do well for
the company.
A GOOD IMPRESSION
Dick May. the clever little Dutch
comedian. made a good impression at
the Air Dome last night. His mirth
was of the satisfying kind one would
naturally expect a happy little Dutch-
man to impart to his hearers. The
Air Dome was packed full. and while
Dick was on the platform aa constant
procession of smiles passed over the
faces of his hearers.. The pictures
were good. tno. and Mrs. H. W. Tucker
added to the pleasure of the occasion
by her skillful manipulation of the
pi:no krvs.
Dick will be at the Air Dome again
tonight and you want to see him !f
you haven't, and see him again if you
have. A look at the program else-
where will convince you that the show
is one you don't want to miss.
MR. FLEMING LEAVES MONDAY
Mr. J. G. Fleming. manager of the
O'ala Iron Works. who came here
from Pennsylvania two years ago and
has made himself so popular with our
people and business Interests, will
leave Monday for Western. Ill.. where
he will engage in the automobile busi-
noess. The ppo le of Ocala will see this
excellent family depart with regret.

A BEAUTIFUL SPOT
A traveling man from Richmond
who makes all of the Southern states
on his rounds, while gazing at our
courthouse square yesterday after-
noon. remarked that it was the pret-
tiest spot in the country.

LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Let the Star office print and perform.
ate your loose leaf sheets for your in-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.

POV"ND-The best rooming house in
Jacksonville to be the Acme Hotel,
owned by P. V. Dunn. from Boston.
and managed by Col. V. J. Shipman.
All outside rooms, clean beds, large
rooms. All cars from depot pass our
hotel, corner Bay and Julia streets.
Call and see the colonel.

If the gentlemen who find it neces-
say to run their autos through the
public square during the band con-
certs will go at low speed and refrain
from honking their horns, their con-
sideration would be appreciated by the
musicians and the hundreds of people
Who are listening the music. A hell-
roaring toot from an auto horn right
in the midst of a strain of music jars
the nerves of almost anyone and is
positive misery for some. We do not
think this has occurred to the auto-
ists. hbut voice the sentiments of
many people by calling their atten-
tion to it.

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk left today for
Seabreeze. where he will spend a few
days with his family, who are sum-
mering there in a cottage.

Miss Tillie Cook. who has been in
Gainesville for the past year and a
half. has returned to the city to re-
main and has her former position in
Jake Klein's store.

Mr. L 3. lJrumby. editor of the
Florida Fruit and Truck Grower. will
leave tomorrow for Tampa. where he
will remain over Monday and on Tues-
day morning will sall on one of the
Mallory Line steamships for New
York City. which place he will make
headqtWarters for a month or six
weeks while making trips through the
New England states.



Belle leade Sweets


Sugar, Fruit al WCbcdae


FENOLE,


HOUSE TO RENT


After Sept. 1st, one of the most
modern and convenient residences In
the city. Apply to Mrs.. William An-
derson, 139 Fort King avenue.

Mr. Bruce Meffert has returned
from Daytona Beach, where he went
in the big Buick car. Bruce says the
reports of his trip have been terribly
exaggerated. He had very little trou-
ble and the accident to the machine
was a mere nothing. The car went
through places, breaking the way for
cars that. even with the rut made
for them. had to be pulled out of the
road.
There is no better stock of fine
writing' papers in the city than we
carry. Come In and look It over If
you want something re.illy nice. Ty-
dings & Co.


'0


Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kalbfileld of Pa- The monthly meeting of FPrt King
latka. who spent several days at the Camp last night was more slimly at-
Montezuma hotel, left today for home. tended than usuaL The regular busl-
Mr. Kalbfield is manager of the Ar- ness was attended to and one candi-
lington Hotel in Palatka and he and date elected to membership. Four ap-
his wife are great baseball enthus- plications were secured. After the
lasts. meeting. the camp adjourned to the
Court Pharmacy and surrounded an
Accuracy a characteristic, is the adequate supply of refreshments. The


motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for. fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
WANTED-Position as bookkeeper,,
typewriter and general office man.
Reference, former employer, 0. W.
Reagan, Brooksvllle. Fla. W. C. Gal-
braith, Williston. Fla.


next meeting will be on Friday even-
ing. Sept. 10th. on which occasion
there will be much exercises for the
goat.
THE BAND CONCERT
The Metropolitan Band's concert
last night from the band stand drew
several hundred people down town


and all enjoyed the music. These co
If you are looking for prompt and certs are pleasing oases in the des
efficient service, send us your pre- of summertime and are fully app
scriptions, or 'phone us and we will elated by many of our citizens thou
send for them. Nothing but the best it is doubtful It the average pen
used at the Postoffice Drugstore. realizes the great effort, time i
self-denial that It places on the
Mr. Percy Hadlaey left today for dividual members of the band. T
West Palm Beach. Mr. Haadley has program last night was a good o
been catching for the Ocala baseball and the boys never played better.
team and has done some fine work In
that line. AWNING TO BE kekCik CO
Mr. Richard May. the young com- A new awning and the first t
edian now playing at the Air Dome, building has ever had will be built
paid the Star a pleasant visit this front of the Gary block, across i
morning. Mr. May was formerly a front of the stores occupied by Ja
newspaper man but has reformed. Klein and the Marion Hardware C
This will be a great Improvement
FOR RENT-Cottage on corner of the property and of much benefit
Tuscawilla and South First streets the tenants and the public at large
All modern improvements., ten-foot
verandas: windows and doors screen- DR. BOOZER'S CORN PRIZES
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood. .
Look over our line of toilet prep- Dr. J. C. Boozer's gold corn p1ri
arations. We are quite proud of the onre crdisplating a great deal of attentral B
fine stock. Perfumes. powders and There areting a three of at deal of attentis. $50,
soaps of the finer grades. Tvdings & ... ...--


Company.


iAS01'S FALL PURCHASES


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and $15. The announcement of rhe
condition of each contest and the gold
coins are framed separately and the
gold sure looks good enough. There
will be many entries in these contests
and a great deal of good will be done
to the corn Industry of the county.
OA i'AdMI LAHU A r reffnP


Frank P. Gadson, proprietor of the OECTI lOnlAN uiu
Ocala Bazar, returned this week from The colored section hand who was
New York city, where he made his so seriously injured Thursday near
27th annual purchasing trip. Gadson Reddlek and was placed In the hos-
already had a large stock, the store pital yesterday morning, died late yes-
apparently being filled with pretty terday afternoon from his injuries.
goods, but he bought the largest fall Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark have
stock and the best stock, notwith- Mr. aned Mrs. Harvey lark hav
standing this fact, that he has ever commenced housekeeping in the new
purchased. He bought just $5,000.00 residence that Judge Bullock has just
worth of goods and nearly all of them had built. As soon as Mrs. Lloyd re-
have arrived and are either opened or turns from her vacation, she and Mr
being opened on the second floor of Lloyd will join them and share the
his store. Following these goods will, house.
come his elegant line of holiday If the glare of the sun hurts your
goods, which he selected in person, eyes, get a pair of smoked glasmes
while in the city and will come down from us for 25e. The Postofftce Drug.-
In good time for the season.store.
Gadson says he has never seen the so
market in better shape for the mer- Eagles meet Wednesday eveng.
chant. The prices were low and the Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
selections of goods fine and large and -
he got right among the bargains and
scooped them in.. There is no one who THE AIR DO
know s better how to do this than
Frank, for he has been there, twice a* A D M
year, for the past 27 years. and is as
familiar with the wholesale bargain;
spots in New York city as the average
Floridian is with "Sweet Taters." and
he does not buy till he finds what he M OVilg I ures
wants and at the right prices. This i
year. more than ever before, he hasI and M usic
found what the people want and at
prices that will make them open their;
eyes.
Among the goods bought and that: The Best of Bteanmn
are now in the store, ready for your:
inspection, are the following: ed by Home Peole


Clothing for men and boys-suits,:
pants, overalls, etc. '
Mens, boys' and ladies' shoes of all
kinds and prices.
One of the largest lines of men's!
shirts, both for working and dress
purposes ever carried In town.


RNEW PICTURES EVERY DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT

Programfor this 3vemng


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KILLS Mosquitoes, Bedbugs
Roaches, Moths, Wa.
terbugs, Ants, Fleas.
Destroys germs a n d
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects.
CLEANS Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Curtains, Etc,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre.
ventitive of all con.
tagious diseases to
man and beast.
KET NM TO IALTI.





GROCERY


OCALA WON THE PIUTs
PALATIA WON THE. C0
Owing to the fact that the ftala
team had come ere for two Gaes
and the rain of Thturday sfriaeea
prevented a game bela played, two
games, or a double-heder. wer" p" y.
ed yesterday oa the South Maol
street diamond. The frst tame was
called at 2:40 with a mall attendalmm
which wa considerably Increased by
the close of the game.
Brown delivered the goods for the
home boys in the first game and Had-
'ley received Dillon pitched ftor the
visitors and gave up seven hits as
against two for Brown,.
Neither side scored until the fourth.
when after Donaldson was retired on a
fly to left. Waller went to first On four
wide ones. Harris advanced hi.q to
second. Waller and Harris stole see-
ond and third and on Dillon's balk
Waller came in with the firt, only au2
winning run of the game.
Both teams worked hard to score
in the last five Innings, but with a man
on second and third for Palatka three
separate Innings and with the bases
full for Ocala once. the side at bat was
retired, and the game closed with a
score of one to nothing In favor of the
locals.
After an intermission of ten mtisa-
utes, the second game was on. Man-
sell and White composed the battery
for Palatka. and Donaldaon and Had-
ley for Ocala. No runs were made un-
til the fourth inning, when Palatka
sent two men over the home plate.
Calhoun reached first on Benett's er-
ror. Collins fanned. Dillon hit over
third base safely. Then came Smith.
the heavy hitter of the team, who
placed his second two-bagger over the
centerfielder's head, scoring Calhoun
and Dillon.
In the sixth Waller hit to left field
for two bases Harris advanced him to
third, and he scored on Calbhon's er-
ror in handling Bennett's hit to short.
Neither side scored in the remainder
of the game.
The Palatka team is composed of a
gentlemanly set of -young men. and it
is a pleasure to entertain them on the
diamond. These games were marked
with no squabbling and bickering as
some games played here this season.
and the spectators and players were
well pleased with the games yesterday.
WOODMEN. MEETING


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FRESH FISH


I reeeav ally empmemtst d oa"
fresh a"t mt watm a of t do-Ma
variety I baalMm oek tWg ,
and bealme tlem rht.


WM. TUCKER



IN THE MAYOR'I COURT
Mayor Robertso had quite a tc
of cases for trial this moral. P1tr
negro women and me negro mes wme
up for keeping a disorderly kean sad
were fined $10 and coats e&f" n as
another negro was fte $1 tefor ftaig
to pay back tae. J

KENTUCKY HOMES PFOR *AL


I will have a car of chole- .tm- w
bred horees at my place at 3Wibmt
Pil, for sale after Au~. Mth. I haY
spent two moWth around m y i hi .
at Iexlngto. Ky selectti s thit ta
from the farms. This stoek h be
carefully selected and boI for apeA
cash direct fIro the ateek raM. I
am In poaltiom to save moeay to pe
chasers or good horse. AAes, I
ED Willis, Jr., u nstM. lM.
We have the alest litoe aof r
brushes. cobae and other. tu et ar*
eles tn the elty. Tydin~ & Ca


GPEC#L IkARLY BREAKFASTS
Those wishig exara meaty break -
ftata can get'samt at the Elk Calm,-

HOUSES FOR MNT


Moder H ettages, an mafU-
weB located and aMow. Apply WS.
eph Dell, at o"rt hboa.


INCREASE YOUR UGHTS
I have Just reelved a lot af -t
celebrated Halophase glass aa M
electric lights. These shades laeuea
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electreo s-
ply msa.


Don't waste your money hbyif
plastes when you can gt a bowte at
Chamberieala'AMs lmet ftr twenty
ive cents. A ptes of flannel damp-
mned with this HaimaMt hmIlMtr to
any pater for ue back Palms I the
aide and chst, and much dmcheaW

The precnptao ameparmoat is the
main sty of any druge. Acouery,
rellability, prompt ess and pure ba
have made this department of su
businem one of thie Irgest I the
country. Send yeor orMlptMeas
Tydngs i's CO. OW
HARNESS MENDED
Harnems of an kindas meded or new
parts made where de-ired. A Almse
iling dome. Apply to J. T. ammmm 1t
Tomnpkts & Cobb's stable.
S Sn be ApIIded upon" is a n-
presslon we all like to hor, a" w"M
It Is Usd aIn Connectione with Cha-
beraIa's Clc, Cholera sad Diarshea
Remedy it mns tuat It saver biB to
Cur dirrbo dysentery or bwel
compklst& it ia pisaft to oWe and
equally valuable fer chikires a40
adults.
RooMS FOR RENT
Elegant ftmidshe rnems tAr ert at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mm C.
Jones.
TENTS WANTED
Two wan tests wasted. er qr 5 tel.
Apil at this oeee.
PIANO TUMING
TM ysan pMesc. Ea m
any umes teaelbr In 080
music ho- In Jacka- vlS. PhMne
22. A. M AL stoed, dty. 14-S-t
SODA FOUNTAIN FOR SALE "
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STlE ESSITMS IN THIS BANK
Ane theto eahats, the professio and successful men and women of
e dWit, the farur of the surround Iag territory.
We memonmsatan l classes. Oar customers represent the men and
wi v who hav bult S4a are sti building successful enterprises.
Wa. sotdt a sareM o your business.


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ROLLINS COLLEGE
FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE
COLLU ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
PIN ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND
BUSINESS.
Carlqe Ra and third men's dormitory now completed: electric
lghts steam aW ftrnace heat; large faculty; perfect health condi-
tions; fe e ...us,.nahm... athletic fe!ds, boating, tennis courts, golf links;
baseball. football and basketball teams champions of Florida in 1909.
N earr a quarter o million dollars end went; expenses moderate;
h. bolaraMb arabbIe; Christlan but undenominational; stands for


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citCs .-: CULTJIE :: CONDUCT :
SFor Cataloge Address the President:

Wn FF.eDcam, Ph D, Winter Park, Fla.

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JACESNUVILLS FMIEST AND FLORIDA'S

ULASTMM ad T TEAI-ROUND HOTEL

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te KiM YTena Bave AlMwa Beht, and which has been
S-We9 f 0er 80 yeas, ute borne the siigature of
Sa&sd ha. been made under his per-
msual supervision suinco its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
hA Caterf~ita, Iimitatioms ad "Just-as-goMod" are but
-u- -~~-a that trfle with altlend anger the health fI
#m A CUdRer-Ezperiggle against Experiment.


What Is CASTORIA
I Ie s a a mleam mabItitute for Cateor Oi, Pare
V^fe, D a" dai Soothiag Syrup. It is Pleasant. It
-i- it-her Opim, Morphine nor other Nareotle
aau.h I ag iSe Is gifuaatee. It destroy. WormS
a"d a fever.hma.M- It eurem DIars naa and Wind
CdOS. It amBes Teething Trobles, cures Cons~tipatfou
and li m ., It a-imllate. the Food, regulates the
g agtm Nmd Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Th ~QdMrl'a Paa me-Tho MLoter's Fren:td.

oIIm CASTORIA ALWAYS





















'N. ('. OINi WthSig KaeY
Tnhe id YouN ilae Always NBought

In Use For Ovwr 30 Years .









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4Ok. Straht N. 7 A Q Qts. Straight N. it 75
C. Cern Whisks i JM 0 C. Corn Whisky 3*V3



T=e Are FinM 32 Once Qrts, ot 16 Suice

ML. te ml Corkscrew Free With Fvery Orier.


EXPRESS PREPAID


IN PLAIN BOXES


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CASTRO HAS LOST HIS CASH


Is in Making the Life of the Farmer Venezuela's Ex-Dictator Has Been
More Pleasant and Profitable. Dosed With His Own Medicine.
Washington. Aug. 14.-John W. Caracas. Aug. 14.-The much heral-
Gate.t in a recent intervi-w declared 4-d appeal of C.prlano Castro to the
the 4-velv opm'nt of this country had Venezuelan congress, which was refer-
scarcely be-,.n bt-gun and commented red by Castro s friends in that body to
on the limited population of the a pl--cial committee for report, has
Southwest cminpare d with its area. died a natural death in the committee
James J. Hil!, the railroad magnate. room. and instead of the desired re-
in an intt-rvi' w. declared his bell -f port the curious ex-presidental mes-
that because ,of decreasing cattl.. sup- sage has been archieved. Thus a last
Iply compar-d with the increase in spasmodic effort of the few friends of
population, the- time would come wh,-n the late dictator to awaken some sen-
the workingman would be compelled timent f'or their fallen idol has failed.


to give up th- eating of meat.
Agreeing with both. and suggesting
the- education in farming a. the mean?
t:) improve conditions, James Wilson.
s-ctretary of agricultur'-. gave out an
interview here.
"Mr. Gates is right in his assertion
that this country is capable of sup-
porting a vastly increasf-d plopula-
tion." said Secretary Wilson. "but it
can only be- doie with improved
and more sci-itifie methods of farm-
ing and bht'er condition- all around.
"I agree- with Mr Hill \Ve are not
producing foodstuffs in proportion to,
the increase in population. The chief
reason for this is that the number )of
those engaged in agricultural pusuits
is out of proportion to our ever-in-
creasing population.
Cities Grow at Country's Expense
"The trouble lies in th,. fact that the
cities s have grown in population at the
expense of the rural communities. The
lieotple have moved from the country
to the town, and in consequence the
farm. have not produced as they
would if the people had remained to
work them.
"The history of the country for the
last 50 years gives abundant reason
for this state of affairs.
"We began to develop our manufac-
tories about that time. We gave these
manufactories ample protection with a
tariff which was a good thing for them
and for the farmer, who found therby
a ready home mark-t for his product.
"But the factory offered better In-
ducement to the youth of the farm,
better wages, shorter hours, the at-
tractions of a town or city life. lights
at night, excitement, recreation, many
things which the farm had not. This
tended to draw the life blood of the
farm and did much tio begin the trou-
ble. Then we began to build railroads.
These In their building and operation
took the hone and sinew of the farm
throughout the region they traversed.
Farmer's Life a Burden
"About this time we enacted the
homestead law, and began to give
land away to whoever would go upon
it and till it. This brought a horde of
settlers, who took ulp vast sections of
valuable land and began to farm.
"The rich virgin soil tilled by these
thousands produced abundantly, more
than the section needed or could con-
sume. In consequence prices dropped.
Corn. wheat. rye, cattle, hogs, pota-
toes-all the staple articles of food
dropped d to prices so low as to make
it not worth while to harvest them.
"These conditions continued for
years. The farmer's life was a bur-
den. and, with mortgages facing him.
a snare. There was no inducement
for the son to follow in his father's
footsteps and inherit either the burden
or the honor. Thousands who had
taken up government lands dropped
out of agricultural pursuits.
""That is the condition that confronts
us..
"True. the farmtr today is in a better
position than he has been for years.
He is getting good prices. and we
should not begrudge them to him after
the long lean years through which he
passed.
Farmer Reaping His Reward
"He has to work hard. 16 hours a
day at lea,t. but he is getting a long-
deferred return for his labor. The way
to get people from the city to the
farm is a broader and wider distribu-
tion of agricultural education.
"Most of our colleges today are
strenuously at work turning out law-
yers, doctors. pr achers and typewrit-
ers. hbut few of them make any effort
to graduate a farmer. I would have
agriculture in some form taught in
every seat of learning and in our pub-
lic schools.
"Starting with the fact that while
the farmer has to work hard he has
as a reward better health, a longer life
and a more independent existence
than any other man on earth, it ought
to be t-rsy to make the life attractive.
"Then I would have the young men
taught the newest and latest methods
of agriculture. Show them how they
can produce more from an acre than
their fathers did. prove to them how
to make $2 where their fathers made
but $1, and you will have offered the
Inducement needed to check the aban-
donment of the farm for the city."

BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
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.


WRIGHT OFF TO EUROPE

Says He Can Sail His Aeroplane a
Thousand Miles.
New York. August. 14.-Off for Ger-
many. wh're he will make a series of
flights in demonstration of the merits
of the Wright aeroplane. Orville
Wright sailed yesterday on the Kron-
prinzessin "ecilic. His sister. Kath-
erine. accompanied him. They will
make a brie-f stay in England.
Last night. In a bri,'f interview. Mr
Wright said in effect t'it either he or
his brother Wilhur. barring mishaps.
could fly 1000 miles. While he did not
say this directly. h, hinted as much
by saying that the-ir pl'rfect"d machine
could carry fuel enough to last 253
h;>urs,. which would .-nab!- it to travel
10oT. miles if it 40-mile sped was
mointaln.ld.

SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT
It sermedl to J. A. Stone. a civil war
vet.'ran. of Kemn. Tex.. that a pl.t
existed between a dne?,erate lung tr->u-


and the expatriate has not even had
the satisfaction of having his words
reproduced In the Venezuelan newspa-
iprs. as must hav- been his wish.
Wiping Out Castro's Fortune
The systematic spoliation of the for-
tune which Castro left behind him in
Venzuela has proceeded with such gi-
gantic strides that after the first six
months the $5.000.000 of known assets
have been almost totally wiped out.
The method by which 31.000.0o0 of
Castro's property was reduced to $50.-
no1' and this paltry remainder then
taken aw'y from him will probably be
a revelation even to Castro himself.
who is now having a taste of the same
medicine which he administered to the
Vt-ntzuelan people for so many years.

SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAIN
SMASHED TO SPLINTERS
1Bristol. Va.. Aug. 14.-While going
down grade at forty miles an hour. the
Washington and Chattanooga vesti-
bule train southbound left the track
on the- Southern Railway two miles
west of Midway, Tenn., at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The engine turn-
(d over and rolled down a bank. fol-
lowed hby the mail and baggage and
express car.
As if by a miracle nobody was killed
but ten persons were injured, includ-
ing Engineer Samuel Bush of Knox-
ville. who is believed to be fatally
hurt. The engine and four cars are
a complete wrtck. The coaches were
torn to splinters without seriously in-
juring any of th.. passengers. The
mail car was split in two and the
floor hurled forty feet into a field, with
Postal Clerks R. W. Hunt and Fay
Price clinging to it.

PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW
ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, Itching.
blind or protruding piles, send me
your address. and I will tell you how
to cure yourself at home by the new
absorption treatment: and will also
send some of this home treatment free
for trial, with references from your
#own locality If requested. Immediate
relief and permanent cure assu'ed.
Send no money but tell others of thib
offfer. Write today to Mrs. M. Sum-Z
mers. Box P. South Bend. Ind. 22.


LWW RATES
,oa thme
SN'Alk.na~issuoAIR aN


$17.95-Black Mountain, N. C., and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 26.
31. August 2, 9," 16, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.65-San Francisco, Cal., and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
1 to Sept. 30. inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle, Portland, Tccoma,
Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
fept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Stopovers.
Above Rates Open to the Public
HENRY RAYSOR. C. P. T. A.
OCALA, FLA.
C. M. DICKERSO'N.T. P. A..
TAMPA. FLORIDA.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE

$83.90--104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco. on sale various dnt(-s
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopiovers.
$95.40-Seatt!o'. Washington. Variabll.
routes and zstopover.. Limit Octo-
bcr 31.
For further information call on *-)
.vrit, F. J. Huiber, C. P. & T. A.: or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla

NOTICE TO BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of R. E. Yonge 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 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-
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-Dunn
Lodge No. 19. F. & A. M.. Ocala,
I'lorida. R. E. Tonge, Chairman.

NOTICE FOR BIDS TO REMODEL
THE CITY MARKET

Is hereby given that on the 17th day
of August. A. D. 1909, at tha; regular
meeting of the city council of the city
of Ocala. Florida. bids for the remod-
eling of the city market of the said
city, according to Tolans and specifica-
tins now on file in the city clerk's
oface of said city. wil. be considered
bv, the said council: said council re-
se.rving th.. right to accept or rej.'c"
nny of said bids: said bids to be in
writing and filed with the city clerk on
4or before the said 17th day of August.
A. D. 1909. .T. M. Meffort.


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Worlds Dispensary Medical
WOrld's Dispensary Medical


,NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Discharge

Notice Is hereby given that on the
19th day of January. A. D. 1910, the
undersigned as administratrix de bonis
non of the estate of itary Conyers.
deceased. will present my final account
and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph
Bell, judge of probate in and for Ma-
rion county. Florida, at his office in
Ocala, and will make my final settle-
ment and will apply for final discharge
as administratrix. Joanna Lewis.
As Administratrix di bonis non ot
the estate of Mary Conyers, de-
ceased.
Dated. Citra, Fla., July 16th. 1809.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that B. E. Ray-
sor. purchaser of tax certificates Nos.
162. 163. 164, dated the 3rd day of June,
A. D. 1907. has filed said certificates in
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property sit-
tated in Marion county,. Florida, to-
wit: Corn 11.53 chs s of ne cor of
nw% of nw% see 26 tp 13 r 21. thence
w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415 ft s 210 ft: aso
corn 432%, ft n of sw cor of nw% sec
26 tp 13 s r 21 e thence n 464 ft e 1020
ft Q 464 ft w 1020 ft and also com
1.80% chs s of now cor of sw% sec 26
tp 13 r 21 thence s 3.16 chs e 6.32 chs
n 3.16 chs w 6.32 chs less those parts
redeemed. The said land being assess-
ed at the date of the issuance of such
certificates in the name of Richard
Woodward. R. S. Winny. Anderson
Jones. Unless said certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 20th day
of August. A. D. 1909.
Witness my officall signature and
seal this the 16th day of July. A. D.
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that S. LI Fri-
day. purchaser of tax certificates Nos.
494 and 495. dated the 7th day of Au-
gust. A. D. 1899. has filed said certi-
ficates in my office and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop-
erty situated in Marion county. Florida.

to-wit: Lots 16 and 18 in block 13.
Reddick. see 10 tp 13 r z1 e. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificates in the
name of Fla. Com. Co. and F. Q. Brown.
trustee. Unless said certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue tnereon on the 23rd day of
August, A. P. 1909.
WVitn-ss my official signature and
seal thi. 20th day of July. A. 1909.
(.4eal) S. T. SISTRuNK,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that P. H. Nug-
*nt. purchaser of tax certificate No. 541,
,dattd the 4th day of June. A. D. 1906.
has filed said certificate In my office.
and has made application for tax deed
to is-u. inh accordance with law. .3ald
certificate embraces the following de-
s, ribed property situated In Marion
county. Florida. to-wit: s/ of nw%4
of sr-1. sec 23 tp 15 s r 22 e. The said
land b. ins asses-ed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the
name of John A. Stannis. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 2%th day of August. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal thi the .4th day of July. A. D.
199. S T. SISTRLNK.
C(erk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4388. Laws of Florida.


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that breed weakness cause foul breath, lm of appeti, d
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
tor 4888kLaws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that T. P.
Drake. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 519, dated the 3rd day of June.
A. D. 1907. has filed said certificate In
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property sit-
uated in Marion county. Florida, to-
wit: ,w% of se% sec 21 tp 15 8 r 22-
80 acres. The said land being assess-
ed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate In the name of T. B. Camp-
bell. Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 28th day of
August, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 24th day of July, A. D.
1909. S. T. SISTRUNK,.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer.
Whereas, Bluthenthal & Bickart, a
corporation, has filed with the board
of county commissioners for Marion
county, Florida. Its applicatlops for
permits to sell liquors, wines anr beer
in election district or.e of said county
and state; any citizen of such election
district may show cause, if any there
be, at the meeting of the board to be
hold on Tuesday, the 7th day of Sep-
tember. 1909, next, why such permit
should not be granted. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners, Marion County, Florida-

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer.
Wherens. IL. Keating, doine busi-
ness as Keating & Co, has filed with
the board of county commissioners for
Marion county. Florida, his application
for permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer in election district one of said
county and state; any citizen of such
"election district may show cause. If
any there bhe. at the meeting of the
board to be held on Tuesday. the 7th
day of September next. why such per-
mit should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners. Marion County, Florida.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H.
Dombrook. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 529. dated the 3rd day of June. A.
D. 1907. has filed said certificate in
my office and has made annlleation for


NOTICE OF APPLICATION OR
I Tax Deed Under- Seotion S ef Chp.
ter 4U8f Laws of Flrida.
Notice Is hereby given that Elwood
Johnson, purchaser of tax certaflate
No. 1225. dated the 3rd day of Junem A.
D.. 1907. has filed said certificate la my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property sitasted
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit: lots
1, 2, S. 4. 5, 20, 2, 2, 27, 29,
bik 37, Leroy, sec 5 tp I a r e. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate In
the name of Ed Pamco. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 14th day of September. A. D.
1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August, A. D.
1909. S. T. Bstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section *of Chap-
ter 48, Laws o Flrimda.
Notice is hereby give that la L.
Home. purchaser of tax certificate No,
671. dated the 3rd 'day of June, A. Di
1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
nw% of ne% and ne% of nw% see
12 tp 16 south range 20 east. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate .ain
the name of unknown. Unless sald
certificate shall be redeemed according..
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 14th day of September, A. D. 1*Lf.
Witness my official signature san
seal this the 11th day of August, A.
D. 1909. 8. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. 7la.

NOTICE *
Of Final Settlement and Diselarge
Notice Is hereby given that on the
9th day of February, A. D. 1910, the
undersigned will presept her accounts
and vouchers to the Hon. Joseph Benl
Judge of probate In and for Marion
county, at his office In Ocala, and will
make her final settlement and apply
for final discharge.
Ocala, Fla., 21st day of July, 1909.
ANNIE M. PERRY,
Administratrix Estate of 8 H. L Per.


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