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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03246
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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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.
Tennessee Will Have to More Thor-
oughly Discipline the Night
Naashville, Aug. 15.-Warnings have
been placed on the fish docks at Reel-
foot lake stating that no more fl.-h
must be sold from there: that the
night riders have not all been jailed
and that night riding days are not
A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long life. His method
detls with the blood. But long ago
millions of Americans had proved
Electric Bitters prolongs life and
makes it worth living. It purifies., en-
riches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds
waste nerve cells, Imparts life and
tone to the entire system. It's a god-
send to weak. sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
my life for months," writes W. M.
Sherman. of Cushing. Me.. "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
5Cc at all druggists.
IA Story that Makes Us Wonder if
Adair Ccunty, Ky., is Dry
i Campbellsville. Ky.. Aug. 15.-Mrs.
W. C. Cider of Adair county was at-
tract'dI to her weaving room yesterday
by the sound of her reel. and on open-
ing the door she was horrified to see a
largt snake going round with the
spinning wheel. When the reptile
crawled on the wheel it started the
wheel to running. The snake was un-
able to free itself and the spectators
witnessed the remarkable sight for
nearly half a day. The snake was
finally killed, and' measured five feet
in length.

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

New York, Aug. 15.-Hyman Schiff,
six-years-old, stabbed his grown step-
brother. Isaac Rogers. in the abdomen
and fled from the East Side tenement
in which they lived. Isaac probably
will die. The child has not been found.
Hyman was dozing on the sofa when
Isaac came from work.
"Get up and find some other place to
sleep." said Isaac. "I want to lie
down." For answer the boy leaped to
his feet. seized a sharp kitchen knife
from the table and plunged it into his
brother's side.
All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickl.
coret urinary irregularities, which. If
neglected, may develop into a serious
Illness. It will restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.


muntnhs t"rtimen-. o DY tyr 1JUZ.1. .-t
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.
F, W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis. MO.
Christian Nations Will Compel the
Islanders to Remain in Vassalage
to the Turks
London, Aug. 16.-Unless Greece
complies with the demand of Turkey
and forces the people of Crete to haul
down the Greek flag. which they have
hoisted, the four protesting powers of
Crete-Great Britain. Russia. Italy and
France-will perfornt this act, using
force if necessary.
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 had after effects.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all

Syracuse, N. Aug. 15.-John P.
Seybold. world-famous philatelist and
well known merchant of this city. shot
himself to death in his store yester-
day. Mr. Seybold's stamp collection is
said to be worth $100.000.

The best remedy we know of in all
cases of kidney and bladder trouh!e
and the one we can always recommend,
Is DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They are antiseptic and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their imp-r-
tant work. But when you ask for these
pills be positive that you get De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There are )mitations 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

The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on Sep-
tember 1, 1909, at Ocale. Fla.. an ex-
amination will be held for the positions
of clerk and carrier in the post office
Clerks in offices of first and second
class and carriers in the city delivery
service are divided into six grades, as
follows: First grade, salary $600:
sakond grade, salary $SOO: third grade.
salary $900; fourth grade, salary $1.-
000; fifth grade, salary $1,100, sixth
grade, salary $1,200. Clerks and car-
riers at first-class offices will be pro-
moted successively to the fifth grade,
and clerks and carriers at second class
offices will be promoted successively
to the fourth grade. Any clerk is eli-
gible for transfer to the service of a
carrier, and any carrier is eligible for
transfermto o the service of a clerk.
Age limit, all positions. 18 to 45
years. The age limits are waived,
however, in cases of persons honor-
ably discharged from the military or
naval service by reason of disability
resulting from wounds or sickness in-
curred in the line of duty.
Male applicants for the post office
service must be at least 5 feet 4 in-
ches ta height in bare feet, and 125
pounds in weight without overcoat
and hat; otherwise their applications
will be canceled. Female applicants
are not required to be of any specific
height or weight.
Applicants for the post office ser-
vice are required to be physically
sound and in good health.
For application blank. Instructions

F irst .Na[tIionalfRankofT'ipton.uInd
whic-h ik to ri-sume business thisq
morning. aftcr having been suspended
for a time.



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Cneans ?awder fla-j.:int I and two hesp.
V) I ie: .ei! -I milk. Stir this niz-i
~ :1 ~'a'~wi.: ALh .zA~ally fromn
1 *1, 1 ::. :..t': c Withi walk.
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~ a a~kaeufJtcI',O lce Cream
I hwl' btto a y.iuirt of milk and
i;:,two. quartss vf fitne ice Cream at
S214 hy allGa crws. pwdareeS..
I Illi:.6tratud Itecilw Boo re
The 6.vseee'e e edPort I, b~, N 1.

of high grade and quality, for office
and store, receives a great deal of our
time and attention, as our stock and
facilities for supplying large and small
orders will amply attest. Whether
you want a lead pencil or a huge led-
ger., a note book or a letter press, It's
worth your while to come in, look
around, and compare prices.

Montezuma Barbershop

In Connection With the Hotel Office

Skilled worKmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to



R. A. DETTERICH. Prorietor

Contractor and Bulder.

Plans anJ Specifications Furnished
tIpon Request.
129 South Third St..

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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
Horrified to Find that he had Married a been able to cure In all its stages, and Eight Killed and Half a Hundred
W n with Negro Blood, Alfred that Is catarrh. Hall's Catar' ure is Wounded in a Wreck en the
woman wi Negro Bloodthe only positive cure kno-.'-n to th'-,
Haberman Shet Her and medical fraternity. Catarrh be: :.g. Denver and Rio Grande
constitution: disease. requires a con-
f stitutional tre-'ment- Hall': Cat-.rrh '.* .do Springs. Colo., Aug. 15.-
Columbus. Ohio. Aug. 15.-A u- is taken'y. a. i. : iiict*- 1. -ad and fifty wounded,
Columbus. Ohio. Aug. Alfred.-A Habrman y u n lh blod a d mucous urfaces s.-.' fatally. as a result of a head-on
came to. Alfred Habim to firman ttterdaympttof the system,. thereby destroying the c((oli-icn between train No. 8. north-
whkilc caused him to first attempt to foundation of the disease. and giving bound, and train No. 1. southbound, on
not succelf and inkilling uiher himsef the patient strength by building u the the Denver and Rio Grande at Husted,
or his wife but both are fatally the constitution and assisting nature: thirteen miles north of Colorado
or his wife but bothin doing its work. The proprietors Spring. .Paturday. The trains, both
The cause of Habermand. mad act have so much faith in its curative- running at terrific speed, met on a
was the ause of Habermthat his madwife, t powers that they offer One Hundred curve. an, their crews had no oppor-
whom he had been married for eight Dollars for any case that it fails to tunity to avert the collision. Train
yeawhom he has negro blood in her ins cure. Send for list of testimonials.: No. S. drawn by two engines. telescop-
year is a very fair womaod in and Haber- Addre: F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. ell the baggage car and smoker of No.
man nis a ver suspected that she was a Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall*s 1. and all three engines went into the
quadroon. They have lived happily Family Pills for constipation. ditch.
tuhWith more than 400 passengers on
together, but have no children. e two trains the excitement follow
Haberman had just returned from a A USFI ESS EFFORT the two trains, the excitement follow-
visit to Washington. While there some All the passenger were thrown in a
person who had known his wife in Mexican Government Can Hold Down All the passengers were thrown in a
former years asked him if he had ever Any Revolt in Coahuila or screaming mass on the floors of the
heard that the woman had negro Nuevo Leon carsampede to escae. The unhurt
blood in h(r veins. "Surely this is a rushed to t aid of the injured, but
poor jest,. said Ilabtrman. "What do Mexico City, Aug. 14.-That there ls rushed to the aid of the injured, but
you mean?" The friend assured him any likelihood of an uprising in North- _s) great was the confusion that it re-
that he was in earnest. Haberman ern Mexico because of the present quired half an hour to clear the cars,
came right home and asked his wife. political activity displayed in .the which wroe enveloped in clouds of
She admitted that her great-grand- states of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon st*am from the engines.
father was a negro. Haberman imme- Is emphatically denied by Gen. Manue;
diately got his revolver and shot her Gonaalgs Cosio. minister of war, who FOLLOWED A FORTUNE
twice. Then he turned the gun on in aan Interview yesterday, said: --
himself. "We must not live," was all "There is no reason to believe that After Chasing Tw-Fifths of a Million
he said-to a neighbor who came upon the people of these states would start After Chasing TwoFifth of a Million
them shortly after the deed was done. a revolution or even attempt one. At Many Miles, Four Bandits Fled
the present time the f-.deral govern- From One Policeman
CUREU HAY FEVER inent has all the monvy. ammunition, Logasi,,rt. Ind.. Aug. 16.-After
AND SUMMER COLD and soldiers and artillery will be in- Chicago a special mes-
E COLDformed at once of any disturbance in following from Chicago a special mes-
~s-formed at once of anynger to whom was entrusted the
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesv.lle. Indiana. order to take the proper steps to check guardianship of $400,000. four men
writes: "Last year I suffered for t took to their heels Saturday when
three months with a summer cold so approach by a policeman at the sta-
distrcssing that it interfered with my F YOU tion her. and have not been appre-
business. I had many of the symp- th% merits of the Texas Wonder. you handed. The mess-rnger was on his
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre- would never suffer from kidney. blad- way from the big city to Tipton. Ind.,
scription did not reach my case, and I der of rheumatic trouble. I' bottle two with th. m,,ney. Thi.- money is for the
t* rab r- iits q-1 11 1 --u .- .-

Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. It's not disposition, it's the
liver. If you find in yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's H.rblne and put your liver
in shape. You and everybody around
you will feel better for it. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Railroads Must Built One or Show
Reason Why They Should Not
Tallahassee, August 15.-The state
railroad commission has issued a no-
tice to the Atlantic Coast Line, the
Seaboard Air Line and the Tampa
Northern railway, citing these roads
to show cause why they should not
erect.4 union passenger station In the
city of ampa. The commission will go
to Tampa, accompanied by its attorney,
Louis C. Massey. and hear from the
legal representatives of the railroads.
Tour only hope," said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich.,
suffering from severe rectal trouble.
lies in an operation. "then I used Dr.
King's New Life Pills," she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis, cure constipation, heada-
che. 25c at all druggists.


Miss Daisy Fussell of Fitzgerald, Ga.,
Made a Fierce Fight Against a
Midnight Intruder
Fitzgerald. Ga., Aug 15.-Posses are
scouring the surrounding country for
a negro who attempted a criminal as-
sault on Miss Daisy Fuissell last night.
The r.egro entered the girl's room thru
a window. Awakened by the noise,
she attempted to rush past him, but he
caught her by the throat and attempt-
ed to choke her. The young woman
fought fiercely, finally succeeding in
escaping from her assailant. Her
brother-in-law, sleeping in an adjoin-
ing room. was awakened by the noise
and rushed to the girl's assistance, but
the negro had escaped. Feeling is
running high. and a lynching Is ex-
pected if the negro is captured.
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,
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
Her Husband Resented the Insult with
a Pistol Bullet
Rome. Ga., Aug. 1..-Edward Harris
aged 25. a member of a well known
South Georgia family, was shot and
killed tonight by Frank Rossi, an
Italian restaurant keeper and his
bride of three months are in jail here
charged with the crime. They claim
that Harris made insulting proposals
to the girl.
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 -et out of bed.
and when I did I co-ld not stand
straight. I took Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured me entirely." It will
cure you. Sold by all dealers.

St. Petersburg. Aug. 15.-An explo-
si.-n on board the submarine Dragon.
which was lying in the Neva. injured
fourteen persons yesterday. twelve

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Fmrishes e mE. Carri sd 1A his be fwLdi 6
Best In Fuabr Keerti up W i f IkI ad JOU.
Wal Te Pepkle WaiL
Abe carries a Cim Uke LK edIUilders ItudM
darwar, CarriaeW, Wam SUufa mu, Sbi. 06
Ledk ever -or Stock dr pad.i lMw "W.-
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Ai Imc sMdock o eI k Waft m, bWs, ailt
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carrMied by a int-dais be I tt U L t Ht Im WIn-
liles from be doriesmad ah Is iN kJ ke wmy
lowes prices.
We can save v" noweay e- yor i-. ke bt
large or iaL.
Agctb for mos of be -Maeg- ad_- male o
wags a lbaggKies.


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Gainesville, Florida
An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
p,,rtetl by Stat" and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men.
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees
of B. A, B. Sc, M. A., M. Sc.,
and LL. B.
In Arts and Sciences: Agriculture;
Chemical. Civil. Electrical and Me-
chanical Engineering; Law; Normal
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A College without a parallel the
South. offering degrees and diploma
In the following departieants:
L A School of Liberal Arts.
11. A School of Industrial Arts.
IIL A School of Fine Arts.
IV. A School ot Uxprel*si.
V. A School for Teachersb
No Tultioan. Other expenses very low.
For Information address:


What Kodol Will Do

For yo" when you need ait But Sour you u,
led Inigestion, the more you wa I ww Ke
can restore Good Diger

And. of course. Indigestion If neg-
lected long enough, brings on seri-
ous diseases in which Kodol cannot
benefit you- Some of these there
Is no help for at all
There are, in fact, very few ail-
ments which cannot be traced di-
rectly to impure blood. And Im-
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We kmew VWhtKOMi VM ft
before ever the SMbat aU w
sold. N wv did nat knw.Jult 96
it vii woad nmat a
it the 'wa we do.
itis a tr yom toprove~s
--the neat(or the bam) amlee
havem &an m&tof at leileh
vn- wi ffl m.&.d~w bea m woald




Good as, Whisky for nakebite
Not as Pleasant to Take

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Daytona Beach. Aug. 14.-The rum-
or that James L. Wilcox had been bit- A -
ten by a rattlesnake was confirmed by UO ALA, W L ti. --
an interview with Mr. Wilcox Sunday
afternoon. The accident happened al- The remarkable s of t i m
most a week ago, and Mr. Wilcox re-
ports with the exception of a little friendship of ts customers, gained byI'
soreness in the muscles he is himself
again. Mr. Wilcox relates the inel- their interest&
dent as follows: He was down on the
CGoodall trail and was standing talk- .
ing to a friend who chanced upon him
there, when he made a quick move-
ment to kill a mosquito and sudden-
ly a snake struck him from the grass
close b". hitting the upper side of the E F
low sho,.s he was wearing; one fang
pierced the leather to the flesh and
the oth. r f merely indented the
leather. HI, l ade three vigorous kicks W . -
before lie could detach the snake and .
then stamped on him with his other
foot. He was badly frightened and CA 'RRIES A
started with all possible speed for the
drugstore. Reaching the store he call- -
ed for alum and ate a piece about as n *l ERN A E
big as a hen's egg. He afterwards NI
took turpentine and whisky in good
quantities. While he was taking ,
these internal douches, he lost no ,
time in applying coal oil to the wound,. I _ l. __"_____
squeezing out the virus as best he
could. He sat up until after 12 o'clock F Un
that night. expecting to die, but not f f
making a go of it, turned in and had a
pretty good night's rest for the re- AND
malning hours. Mr. Wilcox lays great
stress on the efficacy of alum as a cor-
rection of snake i UUlc g aI&

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Leading Vehicle Dealers
of Central Florida





Opgus fat the Lohb, cf the Ocala
Offrs t1'e very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pUsee. Strictly s-nitary. Electric
fas, electric Ima ges
iet SRiamag Water at AU Timee
VINCENT C. DP. rI Ks Cff, Manager
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___ Dekware andI
ILs the death
san in o the
.. gve it. Uke ma
seven million
SM nlshin g the
--, taln of youth.
S GILHRIST of a sart of t
'.4.. O"' VILCHRIS"T United States
acres of timb
babes.. Wbi. AugA 1 4.--overnor probably as mi
b t o, ~ terida. was l the Union.
h p- ....l Upakeir bre_ the Nat- of the turpenti
61 --~1 8itio C1oare1s In session thus supplying
e. yst ffd e. Thi was "Governor's preserving the
S.a." nd both he and Representative the United Sta
Ra.Uii, ofC Lauigoi, made notable De
speehetor the Seth. Dp
A f-itle was adopted by the "One town a
ea" ea, aking an appropriation of months. has
A. 1 ,M ftr ive years from the clear Havana
ie.a i versen t for the improve- all other .cou
m. a t tf the advameemAt of the plans in their light.'
es'red by the eeagre In his speech the SM Islan
Go 4W5 r Ghehrist said: States. This
S"- constitutes. wi
Ga ~ sp a part of the
mrer.- Olebrst referred to the are worn by
99 -Pr'IA-in of disbeming at a and other par
IGe b rorIgUtlon. Congress such re- While some la
8 le-d atrs as drainage, good roads, 100 bushels of
S ANeill, etc., aad stated that he resenting 5.600
t* t asmer to be governor of a many thousand
: MB'aMt charm m a board which ida which pr
Is M draialag a area of 7,788 square grade pineapp
., "ls, l Ia ItlIf represents an ing five pound
S MW eater than the total area of the to the acre.
states oft Rhede Island ad Delaware, enumerate a
'0 to* ene a r aw of Delaware and pounds of hig
Coe .lat or, with Its contiguous acre; 100 qua
i U w wf WeuM represent an area ries; 100 to s
S US W ti* a- that of Connecticut, etc 'Whlle ap
e M O ~laid ad Delaware combin- the great west
4 O, f eOf bOhr of the states of Mas- Ing. yet I hope
madeaetts or New Jersey. He stated convince you
that n s1 alls a vial nderlaid with part of the co
beig often many feet deep, consideration.
Sd that the state haM there four pow- "On this gre
a u ft droedg at work operating from venlng of t
Sdirent points of the compass; that congress." sal
ko abat I doig the work at preset would ask you
the pree@4s of the sale of al- and minds wit
:. ter sections of land, without the eident to the
S as gistameof the government. or of of the question
SO bwids o or eporation. editions which
t ."l am portions of Florida, how- of your fellow
6"r, W, Oe A l" i N the necessity selves are wor
i brig espeally In the pen- worthy citizens
.plar p adivMidans are able greatest natlo
S to e "this result ain a very In- The
ea lve manner. In many cases.
mthe er t s take a big chunk of wood "President I
ad. hammer down a pipe 12 or 15 feet of the high of;
Mdee With a three or four horse United States.
poorer engine water Is pumped out. By phia April 16.
M of a hoae, It Is applied to the division in thi
seil ad to vgetation. In many places so that there
aa. kM wells are driven, in some lo- litical opinion
eatldes the wels being only 75 feet state govern
de and I others 250 feet. So far. a than one polite
Sver Mllng supply of water has ed to and sup
beea obtained. By the use of piping, says. 'I am 1
thi water is distributed throughout motives are Mi
Sthe area tended to be Irrigated. The or at least tha
rg.. e gromiM s and truckers have to me rather i
ealised that a little labor of this kind patriotic desli
I eil w repaM In making the crop ab- will be well to
S slMely oertail. Unlike your seasons lal question pe
ler, the winter maoths are our dry filiations. Ins
eason, and the summer months the race question
wet aason .Owih to the great num- Invite your a
her of lakes and streams, the exists in your
Matter of J _now ,in many en west-with
eases eove&]l Sej.rle use of the millar. As yo
pump and eangle, each community, or Chinese and
rather, individual, settles this question coast. It is i
for himself" The governor stated that your attention
while Florida does not need national Introduced in
amistaepe In Irrigation work. that he ifornia during
ON ere proper goveltment aid, the "Consider tl
am Ina eectlone of the West and Ing there, as
ls- where needing the same. ed measures.
SReferrin to the wet development was enough
of the IStth in' tIM Tast f* years, state to repr
Governor GrcWhri oltered thle follow- half of the vo
.a strklin evidence, giving due credit of California.
to the Mantfaeturers' Record of Balt- a combination
tlimre for having compiled the greater element could
pare of the data: practically ev
' South's Great Development of the people
"In the last six months contracts Suppose this
S have been let in the South for buUd- negres of th
tagf ew cotton mills, aggregating a ha a unit. ID
S eaost of .0 Our cotton seed white people
mills fuS f a*. thr*'fbattbs la woul4 co
- of the ive1 oil of the world, and a their very civ
S large pert of the lard you et. Agri- this condition
enltare l becoming more and more own state-th
S dfverslifed. Last year the value of the cifc coast, th
Soath's agricultural products was on--don't you
$2*,00*00,,, being as much as the would have h
tetal valUie of farm products of the these people i
United States as late as 1890. Corn- than one a lit
Starting It with $770.00.0- the value ed to and su'
f the South's agriculture in 1890, It pose these ife
S shows that int eighteen years the ag- a ltie Differ
ricultural output has trebled in value. desire Do y
S The growth of manufacturing Is desire' would

S eq mlly remarkable. Southern factor- Stil
le are nOW turning out $2,00.000.00w "Going a iIt
wrth of goods a year. Out of 339 from the riot
separate skads of Industries within under the sha
the e ope *4o 190 government census the great ema
ai ot e aufafeturee. 212 were represented that if the neg
in the f rteen Southern states. show- the people o
ag e early six times the $447,000,000 people of Spri
S worth manfactured In 1830. 'patriotic' for
he Sbeat coa output of over nation with a
M,*N0 tons a year Is more than the city? Ju
ieubI, the bituminous coal produc- Springfield O
2 of the United States In 1880. It under such co
wl be remembered that the South's how do you t
.eal prodution ta 'I 13 was only .- of the white
0090. 0t5 The South's iron out- aqsert Itself?
puo" f MAW tons in 1m is now rep- right on the r
I Jesemld o 3wM.,000 toes. Since 1837 city of Florida
S the oth he mined 1,T$75,o,000e tons city. there are
off esel. e iy the South has pro- aged by negro
dmaed K,@K bWreI of petroleum. ple feel more
M* oe I M, the South has cut 270.000.- do the whites
leat 1 t lumber, reasg the the United St
Sftra 41 **W feet In 1880 to sire to have
.21 0- t --In 1"7. In the manu- than would t
taoe of eotton goods, although there O.. or Springf
Is mah more money Invested in Mas- ed by them.
sehstt then tIn South Carolina. yet to be ruled by
there a more spindles in South Car- no greater in
-sw thta la t Ma anusets. In 1880, the southern
SWse were 48.*0 cotton spindles In people to divi
Ste Mtat;: Il 1397 there were 10,500.- result to the
4. 9. In his speech of December. 1908. Or. if your p
the secetary of the department of coast was on
i d labor d: nthe st know of any
't y am the crease In the manu- could befall
S-red pro-lts of other parts of the people to dlvi,
A b etr has anmmted to 2 per cent.. suit to the ar
were a durng the same period. the *I believe
S m e oft the mMastactured products Mr. Taft whe
of this eaSouhse staun has just r t
rc jd 1-ca-n be prope
dbb M -uDer o Cet" should begin
PrW Mah Forward petriotteasny
S Speaktg speelally of Florida, the soli Fei. p i
erer called attentive to- the fact sylvania."
-- thai Jthe M e shme that slr. *.sv. 1.

P4 be 6.C per thousand. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN
lhstration area of the
itluding the New Eng-
TYork, New Jersey.
%he District of Colum-
rate is 17.8 per thou- i
little town n which I;
any others, ships six ori
pounds of fish a year.',
brain food. the foun-
for the worn out brains
be eastern coast of the
We have 2000.000.000 Our ice by our r.,-w process is froz-
er, furnishing annually. en at a temroerature of eight to tten
ach lumber as any state degrees above zero,, is as clear as crys-
and furnishing one-half tal and a" pur,- as can be mad-'. We
ne in the United States. guarante-. It to last long-r.
a fountain of youth in
life of the buildings in BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
l All Clouds And Not be 'Disappointed in Service

alone, in the last six i And Quality
manufactured 12.000.0001
cigars. 'whose clouds
ds dispel andwra; you'OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO
We grow one-third of
d cotton (of the Unitedl MEiTERT & TAYLOR
fibre is so fine until itP hne .
thout their knowing it.'
silk of the dresses that .
the ladies of Spokane'
ts of the United States. referring to the declaration of inde-
nds in the west produce pende'nce. Pre,-sident Taft said:
corn to the acre, rep- "-'Some :;eipleP have so conutru,.d
0 pounds, still there are that instrument that they would mak,-
ds acres of land in Flor- it mean that any body of me-n ,or chihd-
hduce over 12.000 high- ren or women are born with the in-
les to the acre, weigh- stinct of self-governme-nt to they can
Is each. or 6.000 pounds frame the government at soon as they
I could indefinitely b-gin to talk.' He said. 'This i< not
list of 1.209 or 1.,500 i true. but self-government has been
h grade tobacco to the hammered out of certain race s by
irts of early strawber- thousands of years of struggle'
00 crates of vegetables. "President Taft was probably ex-
Ipreclating the fact that tenuating th"- fact that the declaration
is growing and prosper- of independence could not be read to
e I have said enough to the Filipinos without the implied
that the southeastern charges of tre-ason to the government If
untry Is also worthy of this restriction be tru.. of this people
who have a certain amount of civiliza-
>at occasion of the con- tion. it naturally follows that it was
he National Irrigation true. and is now true of the' colored
d Governor Gilchrist. "I race. whose only civilization was de--
u to Irrigate your hearts rived by coming in contact with white
th fte heavenly dew in- civilization But f -, m.:i wovniuld have
thoughtful consideration had the hardihoL.d to remind th--e New
n of certain racial con- Englanders that as it *r'xok thousands
permeate the affiliations of years to mammer out' of the-ir own
citizens, who. like your- ancestors' 'self-government.' whom ev-
king to make themselves en they themselves might admit to be
s of worthy states of the of a superior race. yet. within le -s than
n on earth, one-tenth the time. savages. through
Rce Problem no othe-r influence except that of slav--
ery. would have had 'self-governme-nt
'aft. undoubtedly worthy hammered out' of them to even the
flee of president of these extent of being tbtter qualified toe rule
In a speech in Philadel- not only themselves, but those who
is 'looking forward to a had been hammered at through thou-
he parties of the south. sands of years f struggle. These, de-
shall be tolerance of po- Iscendants of the. Pilgrim Fathers have
there, so that in their never yet read that part eof the Biblh
ents there shall be more which teaches that the great race. th,.
ceal creed to be subscrib- Jews. God's chosen epeopl-,. who taft-er
sported.' He furthermore coming out eof bondage- wer, doomed
Uilte conscious that my unfit to rule even themselves, until
kely to be- misconstrued. after the lapse of forty years, even af-
at I shall have attributed ter the lapse of such a period, and
more political policy than with inspiration from on high-far
re.' In this connection. it from presuming to compare' such to the
remember that this rac- inspiration and guidance of any of the
'rmeates our political af- ruling forces of our great country-
stead of discussing the the self-government of the Jews was
as it exists there. I shall a dismal failure. Unlike our ance.s-
ttention to it as it now tors, they had never experienced that
own territory-the gold. 'thousands of years of struggle' in
I which you are more fa-.hahmering out self-government.
iu know. there are a few "I am in favor of irrigating your
Japanese on the Pacific minds and consciences, and of build-
needless for me to invite ing good roads to your hearts, and of
n to the various measures draining away all opposition to the.
the legislature of Cal- president's 'patriotic desire' as applied
g the past year. to his own friends and supporters. and
he indication of the feel- of reforesting the rock-ribbed, ice-
judged by those propos- frozen solidity of solid New England
Then suppose that there with growth springing from such seed.*.
of this element in the If it is true that they would not be fit
sent one-third or one- to govern themselves, how much
ting strength of the state greater truth is in the proposition that
Suppose then that with they would not be fit not only to ge--
of a few white men this ern themselves but to) govern their
I control the election of masters who we-re somewhat instru-
ery office within the gift mental in establishing the greatest
of the state of California. country on earth, the United States of
element would-as the America.
e-south-vote practically Best Wishes for Irrigation
n't you suppose that the "You pplp!eo out here- are great in
of the state of Caliefr- your mineral anti in your lumber re-
mbine so as to preserve sources. Where' you have water. you
villzation? Suppose that have some ,of th. -most productive'
existed throughout your lands in the world. I horpe you will
roughout the entire Pa- soon have all the' water you n-eed. You
e states bordering there- have some of the tine-st harbors in the.
i suppose that Mr. Taft Inworld. With a sufficient amount of
is hands full In showing irrigation you will be one. of the great-
Lhat 'there shall be m ore est agricultural countries in the world.
ical creed tDo be subscrib- You are. or will therefore. necessarily
pported. Donst you sup- be great in commerce and manufac-
pe n t light than 'patriotic tures. Your manufactories are increas-
ent light than 'patriotic ing. We are greater in agriculture
be suppose the 'patriotic than in any other line of industry.
be in our state? With irrigation, the great west. though
I Closer Home great now as an agricultural region,
ttle further east judging will be still greater. Your inter tests
in Springfield, Ill., right are in many respects, our interests, and
dow of the monument to we sincerely hope that the time will
ncipator. do you suppose cenme when the interests of the two
groes were nearly half of sections will be more nearly allied. As
f Springfield. th,. white I stated before, if we can be of any
ingfield would consider it assistance to you in securing national
these negroets, in combi- aid with a view to making your now
few white men. to rule spots blossom and bloom like the rose

idging from the riots in of Sharon. it will be our pleasure to)
. Mr. Taft's own state. do so. I acm satisfie-d that if the two
editionss described above, sections of the country knew each oth-
hink the 'patriotic desire' er well. that our hearts, now more or
people of that city would less arid toward each other, would
Now. as a matter of fact. blossom and blootn with the rose.
main street of the capital sweet-scented with mutual esteem.
i. In a good portion of the mutual friendship and mutual fra-
e stores owned and man- ternity."
Des. Southern white peo-
kindly toward them than AUTO FOR SALE
i of any other portion of
ates. But we do not de- A new runabout automobile for sale
them rule us any more at a reasonable discount from orig-
he people of Springfield. final cost. If interested. address "Au-
leld. Ill.. desire to be rul- tomobile." care Star office.
ar the people of California 1
rthe Asiatics. I know of' SKILLED PAINTING
juary which could befall
states than for the white I am prepared to take any job of
de and thereby leave the I painting. no matter how large or how
arbitrament of the negro. small. ot how fine the work desired
population on the Pacific may be. I have (he material, brushes
e third Asiatic. I do not and knowledge to paint and do It
greater calamity whieh right. Houses painted inside and out
you than for the white Graining. gilding, hard oil finishing.
de here and leave the re- varnishing and lettering and sign
bitrament of the Asiatics. painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
n the patriotic desire of' Address P. 0. Box 15'.. or leave word
ere such patriotic desire !at the Star office. K. W. Fillyanv
rly asserted. Patriotism Ocala. Fla. tf
at home. I want him to!
weak the solidity of the Soroness of the muscles, whether in-
gland and of solid Penn- duced by violent exercise or injury. Is
i quickly relieved by the free applica-
. A _--,- a.n.- I 1ti<,n of Chamberlain's Liniment. This


Conflict With the Saloon
Let no Christian grow weary over
the ceas-less struggle. with the great
enemy of the home. the church, the
school. Dr. C. S. Gardner brought
this conflict out wih fine effect in a
recent sermon at the Broadway
church, this city. which, by the way.
was a powerful plea against the sa-
loon. We repeat that Christians must
not grow weary in this matter.
The saloon is at bay and is fighting
for its life. It has many resources.
The more salons are voted out the
harder it will fight. It poses as the
friend of local option when state pro-
hibition is an issue, and meanwhile
violates the very local option laws
that it proposes to advocate.
As Dr. Garner argued, the regula-
tion of the saloon has proven a failure
after a trial for the last fifty years.
The saloon is a common law breaker.
and yet has the audacity to oppose
state prohibition on the plea that it is
going to keep on violating the law.
We cannot endure it so it must be
destroyed. It cann,,t be regulated.
and hence must be outlawed. So far
from re-gulating it. the saloon has reg-
ulated nearly every city and state in
the Union. It cries out against Chris-
tian people entering politics, for it has
had for long a monopoly of politics. It
must be destroyed or it will destroy
home. church and state. Down with
the saloon!
Do not listen to the talk about the
failure of prohibition. That talk comes
pnly from the friends and patrons of
the saloon. The more successful pro-
hibition is the more talk we hear
about the failure of prohibition. Keep
up the fight till every state in the
I'nion has prohibition. Then keep up
the fight to keep the snake scotched.
Even after this snake is dead h*. may
not admit that he is dead.-Baptist

In a recent educational meeting hel-i
by the colored people of Alabama. the
hurtfulness of the liquor traffic was a
prominent and significant feature of
the proceedings, following an impas-
sioned address by Booker T. Wash-
ington, in which he said:,
Not since the emancipation procla-
mation has any legislation been passed
in this country so beneficial to the ne-
gro as the prohibition law now in
force in this state and so many other
Southern s.tates. There is no class of
pe-ople going to be benefited by the
closing of the saloons as the people
of our race. For that reason. if for
no other. just because we are going to
get the gr-atest benefit from that law
which closes the saloons, we should
do our part in seeing that the law iq
enforced. Everyone of you can h lp
enforce that law. You can do it in the
first place by refusing to patronize
"blind tigers." You can do it in the
second place by persuading your
friends and neighbors not to patron-
ize them. If you know of whisky be-
ing sold illegally, report it to the
sheriff or to the proper county official.
whoever he is. We should all be in
favor of closing these barrooms and
"blind tigers." and we should be In
favor of keeping them closed.
The declaration of the conference
on this subject was in the following
As representatives of 700,T00 negro
farmers of Alabama and of the South.
we urge our people to assist in the
enforcement of the laws against the
liquor traffic, wherever they exist. As
a people, wte know the evils of the li-
quor business, and we should not fall
Into the habit. because the laws are
made by some one else. of shirking
our responsibility in seeing that they.
are enforced.

There was only one arrest on the
first day of the great Alaska-Yuyon-
Pacific Exposition at Seattle. Tuesday.
June 1. There were a hundred thou-
sand people on the grounds, but you
mu't remember, it is a "prohibition"
ftir. no liquor being sold within two
miles of the grounds.-Alabama Bap-

One Divorce in Five Due to Drink
One of the most striking arguments
for temperance reform, says Mr. L. A.
lirady, is to be found in certain cold.
dispassionate statistics issued by the
Ignited States Census Bureau. These
figures show that intemperance, as
either a direct or contributing cause.
was responsible for more than 19 per
cent-practically one-fifth-of all di-
vorces granted in the United States
during the twenty years between 1S7
and 1906 inclusive. Since at the pres-
ent rate every twelfth marriage ends

in divorce, we get a proportion of one
home in every sixty-one wrecked by
drink. Moreover, the census authorities
themselves. according to Mr. Brady. ad-
mit that these figures only represent
only the most flagrant and palable in-
stnces of the part which intemperance
plays in divorce, and that greater per-
centages than those actually given
would be nearer the truth. The de-
tailed figures as set forth in the cen-
sus bulletin are as follows.
"Drunkenness was the sole cause of
divorces in 36.516 cases, or 3.9 per
cent. of the total number of divorces
(l RS7 to 9114). It was a caus, in
combination with some other cause in
17.765 cases, (or 1.9 per ce-nt. of the to-
tal number. Therefore, it wac a direct
,ause. either alone or in combination
with other caus s., in 54.211 cases, or
5.7 per cent of the total. Of divorces
granted to the' wife the percentage for
drunkenness either alone or in combi-
nation with other causes was 7.9; of
tho-e granted to the husband, the cor-
responding percentage. 1.4.
"The attempt was made to ascertain
also the number of cases in which


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Chamblise Bank Building. Ocala

drunkenne"t or intemperance, atho
not & direct ground for the divorce,
was an Indirect or contribAory ease.
The number of such cases was re-
turned as 130.2q7, representing 13.S
per cent. of the total number of di-
vorces. Probably this number Includes
those cases in which the fact of intem-
perance was alleged In the bill of
complaint or established by the evi-
dence, altho not specified among the
grounds for which the divorce was
"The remaining cases are those In
which there was no reference to in-
temperance, or no evidence that In-
temperance existed as a contributory
cause. In some of these cases the
record was so meager that the absence
of the mention would justify no con-
clusions. But in the majority of in-
stances it would create a strong pre-
sumption that intemperance did not
exist or was not a contilbutory cause."
Literay Digest.

The Virginia Primary
One of the most interesting political
contests of the present summer has
just closed in Virginia. where Judge
William Hodges Mann has been nomi-
nated by the democratic party for
governor over Harry St. George Tuck-
er. by a majority ranging between
three thousand and five thousand.
Judge Mann had the support of the
Anti-Saloon League and made a very
strong appeal for the support of the
prohibition element, but it can hard-
ly be regarded as a direct contest be-
tween the defenders and the enemies
of the liquor traffic. Both candidates
were in favor of local option, but
while Judge Mann indicated that he
would sign a state-wide prohibition
bill if it were passed. Mr. Tucker an-
nounced that he would veto such a
It would probably be no exaggera-
tion to say that the nomination of
Judge Mann indicates a growing sen-
timent in favor of state-wide prohi-
bition in Virginia.
* *
Senator Carmack's Tribute to Woman
"**It is not the throned and sceptered
king; it is not the dark statesman
with his midnight lamp; it is not the
warrior grimed with smoke and stain-
ed with blood-it is the ocean of the
home, who. under God, rules the des-
tinies of this world. There Is the
center from which radiates the light
that never fails. For I say to you the
sweetest wisdom of this world is a
woman's caunsel, and the purest altar
from which human prayer ever went
to heaven is a mother's knee."


We would like to devote our space
for this week to the following letter.
which has been prepared by Mr. Al-
exander Linn. one of the department
superintendents in the Florida Union:

St. Petersburg. Fla.. July 29.
My Dear Fellow Workers:
Christian Endeavor today may be
compared to a great stream flowing on
to the more perfect consecration of an
increasing number of the young peo-
ple of the world. If we compare the
great society to a stream and consider
id-als for an end. we must e6ithiif
our simile and consider a souvn M
the branch streams, rivers.
rills and springs. -
The society of Christian Ede
has many branches and upon the
or fall of each depends a correspond-
ing variation of the whole; and upon
the life or death of each hangs the
prosperity or doom of the whole; and
the whole is one of the most worthy
causes born for the spread of the
It is in behalf of two of the branches
of the great stream that this letter Is
written. The two branches in ques-
tion are "The Tenth Legion" and
"The Quiet Hour Comrades." te
first is to encourage 'systematic d-'
ing-regular amounts at regular times'
for regular causes. The second has
also a feature of system about it. It
was instituted for the purpose of In-
creasing individual and social conse-
cration and sp'rituality. It requires
.ystematic prayer and Bible reading
and meditation, at regular hours and
appropriate times in a thoughtful
May I ask the cooperation of the
many societies of our state in in-
creasing the growth of these branches
of the cause? I have two suggestions
to make: First. At our next business
meeting elect a superintendent of the
Tenth Legion and a superintendent of
the Quiet Hour Comrades to repre-

sent the respective branches in your
society. My second suggestion is that
a few minutes of eaoh monthly mis-
sionary meeting be given over to the
consideration of the Tenth Legion or
systematic giving and that a few min-
utes of every consecration meeting
be devoted to the Quiet Hour Com-
It should be ordered that these sup-
erintendents secure from the head-
quarters of the society. Tremont Tem-
ple, Boston, Mass., such literature as
may be needed for their information
or for the carrying on of their work.
I have a request to make: that the
secretary of each society of the state
advise me as to the number and
names of the member of their re-
spective societies being members of
either or both of the above mentioned
branches so that they may be placed
on record for state report work. Any
new members of these branches should
be reported te, headquarters at Bos-
ton and a nimmo;randum of such re-
port sent me for my record.
May these,- suggestions and requests
have your prompt attention and care-
ful consideration. Your views as to
th., best means of promoting the
;spiritual and financial strength of the
s xciety in our state will be appreciat-
Believe me to be.
Faithfully yours.
State Supt. T. L. and Q. H.
Cop-ied at Interlachen. "August 11th,


I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinston.


Le~g emri DalW

we anep @ONad -"In voyen. om mmef.



The BekmtiMl

"Lamd of time U WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Ai :
On the Mstther Railway, one nour from AsbeTfle. Ohpdt ft'
No conaaptlves. HoRt a"d Cold fulphmr Baths, Music, Bewtig AI
Special atteMtio to amountal prUl. Special party and tnfitr
informal aderes C. ROO&N, Manager. (Formertly *eimn at
worth lam. Ashvile.)
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Mutkon, Armour's Star Ham, Arnow s 0
Sausages Cabbage% Rutabagas, Tnrn~pJfiR6
Sweet Potatew. Irish Potatom Stpanish Onioms

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city Karim

Washington SerinrY, -

North Ave. and PMathe 8tr. Atlanta Ga. Boarding and Day -.
girls and young lades. Boarding department strictly limited to higUWag rt
fined home life. Classes divided Into small sections to secure per;om--k
structioi. hFaulty of eighteen special Ists. Conservatory advantages Ia tn
Ic. Art, Expression. Certificate admits you to Vassar, Wellesley. Randfob-
Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begin s September 19. Catalogue Oa sp.
plicatio. L. D. SCOTT. EMMA .L SCOTT, rlpa ,*


Two Chfidry Killed and Three Badly
Hurt In a CMIsione on a Georgia
Railraed CroWsing
Wrighsvllle, Ga.. Aug. 15.-Two
children' are dying, three are badly
hurt ans a negro man, who was with
them; Is Injured, as the result of a
colliesih between an automobile in
bhlelt the children were riding and a
kpassegqr train on the Wrightsville
land Tennille railroad near here yes-
,terday. -The fatally injured are Nina
and Rogers Tompkins. The less ser-
iously hurt are Oswald, Emma and
William Tompkins. The children are
brothers and sisters and all young.
Oswald was. at the wheel of their
parents',big..tourJng car and they were
all returning to this place from their
father's :plantation, which is a few
miles away.


Coheidsably Upset by the Sudden
Termisation of Tariff Agreements
Paris,. Aug. 1.-France's position on
the American tariff is absorbing the
attentlo4 of the government officials
and Ambassador Jusserand. who re-
cently arrved, here from his post in
Washington. has postponed for a time
his departure for his country place in
order to: confer with Premier Hryand
and Minister of Commerce Depuy.
French sentiment is one of deep aston-
ishment 'that the United States should
arbitrarily terminate the existing
Franco-American tariff agreement on
three maoths' notice without previously
Informing France and thus give her the
opportunity to express her views. The
French press, reflecting the commer-
cial sentiment of the country, is great-
ly exerefbed over the future. Some of
them fear that the ultra-protectionists
will force the hand of the government
and tari[ reprisal will result.


Life Assurance Society

a lbe UideiSbft


Resident Agent.


I receive daily slpmsents of chole
fresh and salt water fish of thb best
varieties. I handle nothing but flsh.
and handle them right.

Pono 2l, City Market




Chicago. Aug. 14.-Mae. Mary HaiM-
exl turned on the gas in the bathrooM
of her home yesterday and mklt her
three boy babies and herseltt. Uh ~ '
carefully bathed and dressed her three
children, one 4 years old and twte I
years old and carried theU late th e .
bathroom. She bad closed the ih-,
room door and turned on the .>-
The smell of gas awakened her -- a
band. He broke open the do of th."A .
bathroom and found the tour
bodies. The twins, wrapped a ba --
were lying in the tab., while th WW
boy was clasped'tightly V
Mrs. Hansel had b..n M fer
time. She,~Ieft fur-9"
ranging in age from a to. t


Columbia. S. C.. Aug
twenty-one counties of South Careola
will hold elections, each county for It.
sel. to decide whether tih sale of Bq.-
uor Wader the county dispemnary -s-
tern shall be resumed. The, law uider
which these elections are to be held
was passed at the-last session of the -
legislature after a hard fight between
tbhe stte-wide prohibltioaists and the
local optionists as a sort of comapro-
mise measure.


It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, of Kemp. Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contra.tcd a stubbern cod," he
writes, "that developed a cough that
stuck to me, In spite of all remedies,
for years. My weight ran down to 10
pounds. Then I began to '"se Dr.
King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
178 pounds." For severe eolde, oet-
nate coughs. hemorrhages, asthtb a
and to prevent puimuumonlt t's eU-
rivaled. Soc and $L. Trial bottle
tree. Guaranteed by anll druggist

Tax Deed Under Secti of Cp
ter 41031, Law1 of' I Flo k
Notice Is hereby give that & L 6.
day, purchaser of tax certllealt Men.
494 and 495, dated the 7hda ofm.
gust. A. D. 19. I9 -
ficates in my office and
plication for tax deed to Ia t, lne-
cordance with law. G'sy iW w
embrace the following
erty situated in Marion county, llorid,
to-wit: Lots 1 and 18I blocA k M.
Reddick. sec 10 tp 13 r'xl e. The sM
land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such eertdleates tIa t
name of Fia. Com. Co. and Q. Blow.
trustee. Unless said certlfcaleas sh
be redeemed according to law. tax deed
will issue tnereon on the 23rd day of
August, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official talnatre '
seal this 20th day of July. A. I .'
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Of 0i0,

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Tax Deed Under Swelen of ChOp-
ter 4 Lawm Floride.
Notice is hereby given that I. .AAW -
man, purchaser of tax ce.taicatew.
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rMoving Pictures

and Music

Ihe B*t of ElMlumemte Fwumis
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Prgurag for thts Eventg
(FuI Reel)

Adu mimt, 10 and 20 cents.

Dlem up

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pm at 7:3P' p. m

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Masons meet Thbursda evening.
Red Men meet Thursday night.
Rebekahs meet Friday evening.
Filing cases at the Oeala News Co.
"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Little Hugh Chace I much better
Picture pusile post cards at the
()cala House.

Miss Freddie Foy left yesterday for
a vacation at Daytona Beach.
Call and see the new books at the
the Ocala 1 -ws Co.
Mrs. Tom Jones went up to Irvine
yesterday to visit friends.
5 or 6 dases W" will cure any case
of Chlls and Fever. Price 25e.
Mr. alter MeCredle has returned
from a two weeks' visit to Georgia.
FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk. chean. Annlv to Dr J. W Hfoo

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Dr. Carswell continues to Improve
.- .., and hopes to be out in a few days.

" It ** 1 L I Have you peen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?

y be FM A d WamS Mr. W. F. Pulliam of Reddick is a
guest of the Montezuma.
They say, but If you will examine Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle.
carefully thf be .wMelh rmelts so rap- at the Postofflce Drugstore.
ly you will N thst there seems to
be oles in it that the center is what Mr. Royal Cook of Gainesville. is a
guest of the Montezuma.
Is enlled "snow Ice," which, being por-
ous, allows it to melt quickly. Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
manies smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
,a Ice Mr. A. F. Roux of Plant City is a
__ guest of the Ocala How.e.
The kind we turn out Is as clear
and perfect as It is possible to make Bathing caps just received at the
Ice, and is the most economical Ice Court Pharmacy.
to use. Ask the man on the Rfed -- -- -
toree. Ask the man on the Ro Mr. C. R. Reinhardt of Jacksonville
ywalon to stop and see you. is a gestt of the Ocala Hopse.

A I OR RENT-A large pasture close
FL PAK ING n. Apply at this office.
-E U An aMr. Henry Stranz of Plant City I'
W E u rAINI at the Ocala House.
f 5 Smm5 or C dosesM will cure any case
of ChillI and Iever. Price .6c.

ALA PRIES f1KW8 BLUB e.Mr J. W. Rollins of Jacksonville is
PR*a l 8 LU .the Montezuma.
W. F. MARLOW, Prop,-itor
A new shipment of peroxide cream
Rates reasonable. All goods pres- just In at the Court Pharmacy.
ed and cleaned on short notice and
delivered promptly. All transient Mr. W. L. Lowry of Homosassa is a
work not called for in 30 days will guest of the Montezuma.
be sold for charges.
RATE, ONE DOLLAR A MONTH FOR Ri,.- *r-- nrnished rooms,. two
bl__ks1 from square. modern conven-
.. .. .. ences';24 Watula street.

O*NIG T1 I Mr W. 'T. Ciy a"nd family will
0 -leave ,,Wedn,.dny for R.bun Gap. en..
here they will remain for a month.
WANTED-4 or S-rwr-i eotta., In
A healthy netlhborhood. Apply to X. X.
X'. Star office.
Messrs. R. A. Falana and J. H. Peter
THE BEST PRO I EC I ON of Punnellon. were guests of the Mon-
-- tezuma yesterday.
Not a single 'phone has burned In a
hbouse i Ocals. A telephone Is better Phone the Court Pharmacy. W(
than Imsurance. In case of burglars or send for. fill nnd deliver your pre-
Ire you need quick action, You get scriptions promptly.
that day' or night with a telephone.
Residence rates. $6 per quarter in ad- P. M. Moseley and W F.
vance. Ocala Telephone Co. PeWitt of PFort McOoy. are guests of
the Montezuma.
Have you seen the new visible Fy-
The A. R. Toph residence near the Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
belghta on Booth Third street. Good, gne-ral agents.
roomy hoe, large lot, stables. etc.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy Toph it Mrs. A. J. Brigance leaves tonight
Montemma. for Atlanta to spend two months with
her sister.
ST E A NAcook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
On Meaday. August 3rd. the Sea- Bell. at the courthouse.
board will run an excursion from Miss Mary Patt and Miss Annie
Oca to Fernandina and return for Miss Mary Platt and MisS Annle
^ $1 ff the round trip. Train will Laurie Perry came up today from the
ale Ocala at 6 a. m. and returning lake.
91-will leave Fernandina at p. m. A
iPullman chair car will be attached Mr. T. R. Lannier of Tavares. was
ahd reservations In same can be had in town yesterday and today, a guest
by applying to the city ticket agent's of the Monteruma.
@aI HL. C. Raysor.
SCity Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. FOR RENT-Orie Fay-tShnles type-
writer In good condition. Apply at the
Star office.

C AS| Tree cents wnim an you for ter
STI A I.. hours. Get one of those "-nch Wes-
ft 1- Va ctinghons; a'ns from H. W. Tucker.
a i uT o-B-u R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
Ste ~ ,j handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each: 17.50 per dozen.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
I have for sale a fine paying moving typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
psetare and vaudeville show in Jack-
SaR money makerand ta btargan. Are you troubled with dandruff?
pOer him to leave city. Address or Then try a bottle of Dike's Halr Tonic,
wiN. Jasper R. Walker, Jacksonville. at the Court Pharmacy.

De mlt forget that you can find any. iD
thing ye waat la crockery and glass-
ware at te Oeala News Co.
a a S atedicln be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from It. OpPOUUUily o
and roleUef is sure to follow. Especial.-
ly recoummeded tot coughs, colds and WhAm
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KILLS Mowquitoe. Bedbugs
Romahes, Moths. Wa.
terbnpg, Ante, Fleas.
Destroys germs a i d
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects.
CLEANS Fsirn'iurep arpets.
ltio, Cu lraills, Etc.,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFE S thoroughly,
and an absolute pre-
ventitive of all con-
tagiolus diseases to
man and beast.



On Fort King avenue, oie of the most
modern and convenient residences in
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-
Messrs. J. W. C. Hopkin. and W. H.
Townsend arrived in Ocala today in
their covered wagon from Eau Gallic.
on the east coast. They are on their
way to West Florida andl will stop over
In Ocala for a few days. They way
the roads were not as bad as they ex-
pected to find them and the water did
not come over the hubs of the whtels
a single time.
A special treat was given the visit-
ors to the open air theater Saturday
night in the entrancing music given by
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker on th>. cornet andl
piano. Both are artists with the in-
struments and united they make a
combination not to be exceilo-d. Dick
May. the littke joker, was at his b.-st.
and air the pictures were r-xcellent.
There will be a mighty fine show to-
night, and if the weather clerk doesn't
tip the tank over at the wrong time.
you want to be there to sec it.
On November 15th and lIth the
Mississippi to Atlantic Island Water-
ways Convention will be held in Jack-
sonville. Representatives from all the
Southern boards of trade and commer-
cial bodies are urged to be there.

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-Consalt us about it.
We Con Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. .Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your in-
voice ledgers and bill head systems
We are prepared to do the work.
FOTUND-The best rooming house in
Jacksonville to be the Acme Hotel.
owned by F. 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 glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25e. The Postoffice Drug.
Mr. J. W. Sylvester. who is spend-
Ing a few weeks at the lake. came up
this morning for some shopping anda
returned on the afternoon train.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft with her sister
*from Inverness and daughter. Miss
Ethel. have been spending a short time'
at Pablo Beach. Miss Ethel will return
home in a -day or two and go to In-
verness with her aunt. while MrF
Haycraft will go to the eastern mar-
kets. where she will buy a handsome'
new fall line of millinery for the firm
of Haycraft & DeCamp.
A card from Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Brown. at Bakersfield. Calif.. states
that they are doing well in the west
and that Mr. f. L. Moore and Mr. R.
L. Knox. of this city. are there. have
good positions and are greatly pleased
with that section.
After Sept. lst. one of the most
modern and convenient residences In
the city. Apply to Mrs. William An-
derson. 139 Fort King avenue.
There is no better stock of flne
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look It over if
vou want something really nice. Ty-
dings A Co.

Chicago. Aug. 14.-Automobiles have
kille-i fifty-one persons and Injured
1/.lS in Chicago during the first sev-
en months of thi. year. according to
figures given out by the police bureau
It i= on!y a matter of time before
name is pLacced on the list of auto
traf-'!i if an <(nd is not put to the
r*,cklk, .s~-- : d that is becoming too .in the street.
Saturday night. an auto. handled by
a young man who has no excuse for
such re- andl ,l,~wn Fort King at a rate of not
le t than 2;I# miles an hour. There was
n., reason for such an outburst of
.,.,I. It waa a violation of city ord-
inane,. and state law and an exhib tion
..f r ,ok!one ss that was little short
,-f -rime. for there were scores of
n fhe avenues at the time. It
not the ,inly caso of the kind that
ha. .ecmrr-1 rlr.erntly. and if the prac-
tice, is kept up. certain as it is to in-
(rease. it w.ll n.-.t be long before some
valuab!o life pays for the criminal
re<-k!e.?ne,-s of a sper-d-mad fool.
.It is the duty of the city and state
officer. to at once sternly check this
pprnieiious. practice. If they do not.
they w ill to a extent be respon-
sible f,.r any accident that may occur.
This may seem like strong language
to the autoist who thinks the possess-
ion of a fast-moving machine gives
i.lm the right to drive it with express
train .spe.d through the streets of the
rity. It will not seem so to the peo-
pile who may be called at any moment
to mourn a relative or friend killed or
crippled for no better reason than to
gratify a crazy whim.

The right of way of the
Southwestern railway. cha
which is being advertised in
has bee-n bought. the rails
are on the way and actual
tion will commence at once. '
will connect the big mills a

Ocala &
carter for
the Star.
and ties
This road
t Martel.


the other business enroute and Ocala
with -the Seaboard's Early Bird and
Dunnelon extension, coming through
from the F, aboard at Dunnellon to the CAUGHT TWO PRISONERS
Seaboard at Ocala. making a very im-
portant traffic link. Florida cannot Sheriff George Carter of Inverness,
have t-oo many railroads and it looks came up today to get two negro pris-
lik. ( cala would be a great railroad owners arrested at Reddick this morn-
cent.-r at some day in the not so very Ing by one of Sheriff Galloway's dep-
distant future. With this road, the uties and brought down on the after-
corae.tting of the Tampa and Jackson- noon train. The men. Lewis John-
ville, tl:e carryine-on of the Tampa son and John Reed, are wanted in,
Northern and t0e flirting of the Ocala Citrus county, one for shootin- a man
Board of Trade with the Rentz road. it nd the other or stabbing a man.
looks like the-re might be a pl'-nty Mr. Carter took the men back with
some day. out of which it will be him.
mighty funny if we can't work a rea-
sonable freight rate. LIGHTNING STRUCK IN OCALA
THAT SUNNY JIM TRAIN Saturday afternoon about 3 o'clock.
Thre Star has always contended that a bolt of lightning struck a tree in the
th Starunny Jim train always more of an yard of Mr. J. A. Bouvier's home on
advantage unny than a disadvantage of Daugherty *street, stunned two of the
advantage advantage advantage children who wre playing on the
Ocala. A Star reporter asked one of poIrh close by and knocked some
th,. m amb.r of tte train crew yester- dishes off the table inside the house.
day how a week's run of the train The shock was felt by a number of
showed up. He said that on leaving persons in that vicinity About 25
c hat a dozen ing thassengers anwould bon phones of the Ocala Telephone Co.
Sy h rf a dozen passengers mand on were put out of commission for a short
th," return trilp there would be many time
inmore-about 75 Saturday nights. Thus
the train is bringing in many morFALL MILLINERY
p, ,plil, than it o:arri,.- 'iut. T';.-s" "p'O- TO ARRIVE SOON
pie stay over f-r vari,.ts periods and TO ARIV S
leave telie. ity on different trains. Hees of Ocala are reminded
had never seen any neala people or The ladies of Ocala are reminded
bad n'v seen any (ala peoplorthat our fall line of millinery will soon
people from near here returning from t our al lneof l willoon
Tamlpa with parcels bought In that b oming in. Announcement f th
.ity. irt B arrivals.q will be made in a very
short time. Haycraft and DeCamp.
ThI for three game. this week- today, to- Phosphate Company. was in town to-
morrow and Wednesday. Orlando has day. Mr. Sexton has just closed down
a strong team and has already beaten two of his company's mines Indef-
Oca!a five games out of eight. She initely.
will play three agmes with the strong
Oak Hl:il. Gainesville. team the latter Mr. W. A. Hendricks returned yes-
pa.rt of the' we-ek and oubtless have terday from several weeks' vacation.
a ba.tter line-up than ever. Ocala's which he sent in Jacksonville. Twm-
team has been strength.-ned since the !,a and Ne'wha.rry. and can now be
Pala:tkai games by the addition of two found at Keating's cash box.
men nial lov-rs( of the game are ex-
,..eting .,ame line baseball. The games Take Kodol at the times when you
will li.e alley. at 3:45 o'clock instead feel what you have eaten is not digest-
of 4 :as formerly. ing. Kodol digests what you cat so
you can eat sufficiently of any good.
GONE TO BUY GOODS wholesome food. if you will just let
Kodol digest it. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. G. W. Martin of the Ocala News
Co.. left yesterday for Atlanta. where Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall leave to-
he will meet two ofthe traveling men morrow for Chicago, Mr. Hall going on
who represent the houses from whom business and Mrs. Hall accompanying
he buys his holiday goods, who will him for the pleasures of the trip.
have on display in that city an Im-
mense line of samples. Miss Helma Folks of Jullette. who
was operated on in the hospital a few
SOLD A JACKSON CAR days ago for appendicitis, is doing very
Messrs. Melver & MacKay sold a
handsome Jackson tourabout car to Mr. R. E. Cole. who has been spend-
Mr. J. H. ('ash. of Jacksonville. who ing his vacation in Now York City and
took the machine today and will drive nearby points of interests, is expected
it through the country to Jackson- home tomorrow.
Ville. There is no game law against any
Lock rover our line of toilet prep- one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
rations. We are quite proud of the TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
fine stock. Perf-men. powders and laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
:.oarps of the liner grades. Tydings & per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
'company. probably know.
PIANO TUNING Mr. J. B. King of Hernando who
was operated on at the hospital a few
Ten years experience. Referenees days since. Is doing well and will soon
my music teacher in Ocala. any be able to return home.
nusic Ihouse In Jacksonville. 'Phone
329 A. M. Tanqford. city. l-2-tf Your complexion as well as you
temper Is rendered miserable by a
disordered liver. By taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
you can improve both.

The, state uniform examination for
2 teacher's certificates will begin at 9
V a. m. on September 7. 1909. The work
for white applicants will be conducted
H at the Ocala High School building and
b that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a f+ee
of one dollar at time of beginning and
g will supply himself with legal cap pa-
per. pens and ink. Any other Infor-
mation pertaining to the examination
will be cheerfully furnished by
J. H. Brinson. Superintendent.
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Mower in better coditio than
it. It will be sharp, and stay --l utuiaA-
old style way, which is usually dm bg tiinq.
rienced workman with a f1ie aia -w-L '.

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Will prepare you for a position as Bookkeeper, Assistant l6 phra,
Stenographer. Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many of Maui o0 esmty'1s bgt
'*st young men and women are graduates of this htitatle and an e kaMiag
high and responsible positions. A special rate of $1 M for a e.mIp
course, tuition, books, and board and lodging four mattP. larty (SO)
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CarI e Ball sad third men's dormitory now completed; le-ctric
I1hts, atem aad firmace heat; large faculty; perfect health cndl- .
Stio; fle Dmnslaalum, athletic elds. boating, tennis courts. golf links: ,I
baes( f0otbauil aad basketball teams champions of Florida in 1.0.;. i
a wurter a million dollars endowment; expenses nmodirate;: .!
soelarsiM avaIMb e Christian but undenominational: stands for 41
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m 40 Propri


f M Ton ave Anways Bought, ad which has been
I we r oer 80 yeam, has borne the sigr.ature of
and ~ai been made under his per.
somal spervi since its inft ncy.
4Ai ownoW ometodeceive you in thiq.
ABU Omttehts A Imitation an "Just-a.-good" are 'but
U- u immt l that tried o with lad endanger the health rf
ra-f aat (hren-xedkm ee against Experiment.

b a ammdles nmbstltute for Castor Oil, Pae
d p amM Soothiag Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
o-*a mesthber Opim, M orphine nor other Ilarcotde
ntiaae. Its age tI its guarantee. It destroys Wornms
MaW1 F7everlshnmeM. It cure@s Darrhaea and Wind
GOad It rellees Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
a"a tf leay. It assimiate, the Food, regulates the
m amo&aDm Bowels, giving healthy and uturiil aleep.
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'*, -Za Is Ptepsed Especially for the Treatauasut
Sf Ples in all of the Various Forms of This
.. .-. Distresaing and Painful Affliction.
Si preparation is antiseptic, astringent and healing. It is a
j d e preparation put up in a tube with perforated nozzle
atm s thuenabling suffe-ers of Pile diseases in any form to
SanZan to the affected parts readily. ManZan draws out
saio and heals the affected parts. Everyn man, woman
S asad child who is .licted with piles in any form should use ManZan
ad avoid a painful, serious operation.

We guarantee ManZan to give satisfactory results or refund
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What They Can Do Along Civic
Improvement Lines.
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Cleaning Up School Yards and Came-
teries-Seeing That Streams Are Net
Befouled-Teaching Children Valu2
of Public and Private Prcporty.

. -mor a Philosophy
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Sometimes our friends seem to work
overtime to say mean things to us, bwi
maybe we have it coming to u<.

We should not lie afraid to try to do
right. Meet of us do not uve ed
Enough to hurt. anywv-y.

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made foul and disease bearing as they TaIke the "G(!de:a Me,:i;al Discovery*
flow along, teaching the children the :n and it is not lil y todisappoint
value of all public propt 1 on ou if only you gIve It a t!.:'ro,:; and
value of all public property. h" 1i ir trial. Don't expect miracles. It
the boys and girls to undi.rsained that' won't do supernatnrat al thi.r. You must
It Is a crime to Injure trees and all' exerris,. your natiw:aa>d( r'ATrsevere in it:
other work that tends to npi!ft thest f a t 'll a-e:.t,. The ln-iiionts oftwi, h
community are pt*e.uliarly wonme;'s; Dr. P'ier.e' r:,dieine3 are composed have
work. Civle Iniprovement moeans in- the unqti;alied endorsemo-nt of scores of
provement everywhere aind a beterr; mn ical Ihadcr--~'etterrhn an- r=nmou:nt
of Inv, cr .p ... .. tstm -ni,9...
c:ass 0f future it:Ien!. There are' Thev are ont gkiv.n 'way to be --ri.
laws enough on the statute boks to 'ten d with .utae ".i kv all deada,; ia
cover all cases If they are only en.- Iedicines at ra nuaLe pries.
forced. and If they are not enfor.-edJ -- ---
the fIrst thiu? to do Is to ount the ir-
competent ofils an:.i elett nien wh. B ad a
will do their duty. MVhlle women c n. Bad Breath
not v.te. they are "the power kl"'hidl "For months I had great trouble with my
the thrn e" and have alv s'i. extrtt-i stomaci and used all kinds cf medicines.
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THE ONE RFPRnfOr gweOW the epeatef v
Rd ~-perfect nd -fthat .. aMers a re nA ta frad L pt--t -
every ingredieat in plate Abu sh s If "est e he tigM
and attest the corfeetaess of the same wdeth hm ij
Int user ite la teir fl ,e.deu e,_ -nd wOnLtag. pi "
a p describing Uit in eir w se t e ,whyhf the y ndo Oarr
It is foolish as well as dangerousto take medicine the composition of wich
nothing. Therefore, don't let a dishonest dauggist prevail on you to accep. ." *'. .-
tram for this professionally approved nedit OF K IOWN cowOotion.
ent in its make-up has the strongest endorsement of the leading medical men f
several schools of practice. Send postal card request for free Booklet of amOe.
Every woman may write fully-and confidcntally to Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.
and may be sure that her case will receive careful, consci utious, c da co6dd a l
tion and that the best medical advice in the world will be given to hers, a ilu e ft.w
In addition to this free advice, Dr. Pierce will send a fine French cloth-bound
of his great 1000-page book, "The Common Sense Medical Adviser," to any woman w
will send 31 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Peets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowls. They
work ;n harmony with "Favorite Prcscripti~o" when needed as a gentle laIative. Su ,,
coated, uny granules, easy to take as candy.

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- n' 4U.I. UoI ri e 1. ; 11 of. ''| o l-, Ans yWVUeMW Z I O cua7 ;iy as green as,
munity. state an.d narion.-Ilih l:i ,,.h grass, my breath having a badcdor. Two' sor, purchaser of tax certificates NoS.
mon-Id in 'Nati.nal Si;ockman and Farrm.- -eek agoafriend recommended Cascarets 1,G2. C. 164. dated the 3rd day of June,
er.. and after u:ing them I can willingly and A. 1). 1907, has field s aid certificates in
S'cheerfully say that they have entirely i my office. and has made application
S cured me. I therefore let you know thatI1 ,for tax deed to issue in accoalance
Good Exa-ple- to Fcllo.v..... ....- 1*. ..... %-- with law. Said certificates embrace

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There may Ie co untry rfh' tbs fur L We all have
ch Ic hI rorenieu:t. Int I have ever or sh are ,f
heard of one. HITeever. I do know trouble and un-
of muf'h .fTeCtive, work done Iy ladles' u cedntly aresigned.-
to improve surro-nndins i: tL;M r co-n ui t h at soned
mulnnies withut t;r- .:iIze.d ,Tiirt. :Ud. of us object to
every year the wrk is ine:r.a!:'g. I:.n 5 Is h a v i n g the
miny cas-A t:' ;e en f iliie .)1 th<' I I -H,' hare of our
cr';t. lut thuir wives ;;.:id;iUK da'urhter- 6,f
The piiopers ini agitating rcfrrni are( It i, easier foir some people to Wotk
Just as much workers ::s ih, ,ones who a good thing to a ti.ish tLhin it is to
do the actual work. :rld in every ,f i put a goal finish to their work.
munity that is wide awk-.he hbe ihabrie:;ad
have a large .hare in briii!n: ,,u I Tht are k iers enou abroad
the changed c.,ldiila.ns. In o ne i,:ti CI | the laln to l-. o.y amount of gbgd
wlere cn:tr;Pr cr tr,-ei thiev material iut slir .i*. so be game.
took poss oi'mn f the s:!ue As a general r.:e we are conrelte
tore down ti.: feInce to ret [n ti ii thpir only over those thian's that we ,aan't
(an.fifre the men wer- bu; do and those 'juiTies of which we
it took a w,-nan- to'h:t it th posse:;s little .
authorities every tier0 t'-it s t of
-ai.pers arrivedd andl iave th,'orn r I:cln of two minds l.s n:i unfortunate ,
dered away. Every in-n In tLe t,.i-i. couditlun, as rnlther i,f then is apt t'
borlhood had given toll of c anr.i aid amount to a hill of lh.ans.
chickens and other property wi;Ihut
taking actlcn. int u:ce the l0a of Unless a woilUn h.s f.ith in her
driving away the iutruders became husband's jud~glent sh!e m:'y !,' Im-
popular the men boasted f what they peached fojr tliwioyalty to her.slf.
hnd accomplished.
In aiolther nelg',borhbod thie ceaIe- The mand ru h for wealth Is to be
tery was the di si:arie of t!w, comin ]:lin,i ;i,:;iy ie- ha',-e In so
munity, Lin ovterr::! with weeds and m:ni-y "a briers and wild gr:',s. The i'die-l fu;.
proposed iving a di:mcr to !ll who -
would loed a hand in grilubbing out Trhire are people who m.inage to get
the wild shrubbery and weeds. :; d in a frhrt ?sr-t .lt everything worth
one day such a de-ilded Imlprovcneut while anrd till impress t'.e average
wa.1 made by sturdy hands that it has; pers -i as leing moi dest. retiring and
never fallen into decay siic. Ofi the oliiosite of ;if :mssetrlie and self
course the men did the work of lear-R seckinI.
lIg out the place :'r it clean, but the !alies deserve the; The Annual Problem.
real credit. Another ca. e ws tiL:t of Adjust your tiinkin, cap v.:th care
obscene writing and pictures u!i walls And et ri2:.t ido' t, C.' e.
And try yo::- ,'vel IaetF to Oe>
and outbuildings of a country s .hoiol At once in ;.* r;Al pllc
house. The ladies Lud the objeition- Fill every por::te with lon: green,
able places whitewashed er painted For te.Cre. Is. rt!y in:.
over. and then the warnpni went forth Te Ch'ristnas prsc:" aty is near,
that all offenders would Ite punished f..d you r. st do oe bylng.
to the full extent of the law. Theip No use to idly upRnd round
boys thought it only a bluff and pro- Ar I Fo Wr' your trouble ceded.
edd "derae t n For dluty. like a fish wif". calls.
needed to "decorate" the walls oone Te cnae must he attended.
m.-re, but they were flued inal fright-i Go to it !ik a he.;., here
ended so by the 'iloth'.rt'es that pn.'- And there a dollar dropping.
and order reigned after that. Mnkir;, Gird up your loinT Vrd do a job
"n 'rir Of fine and tfetniel hopping.
an example of the vwort- offa.dcrs i
thoroughly cowed the I Keep up your courage, let your heart
A young man fro tn w r- Beat out beneath your jacket
paring to dig a hole right in fr a country lawn to erect a sigtbordIl Buy anything---a ret of blocks, a
when the mistress of the house ob- A watcl or pigs In clover,
ejected. The young fellow was dis- And have your tr es over.
postd to be smart, bit when lihe dis-
covered that she would te>I'lih',ne for It's easy if you have the cash
And know the ropes, dear brother.
the authorities he moved ,n In a hurry So do your art. Don't leave it all
Half the big, disfiguring !*-its that i;'- To Sister Kate .and irother.
deck the forests and fields are there, Hand fourteen dollars to the ceirk
simply because the l8d5 cf t~h. coom- i And end at once your worry.
simply baue theve ithe etad tot etm i ftmy: "Wrap up gifts to that amount.
munity hbve never ol)jneted to to ,hem .; % lhnte, I'm in a hurry."
Until the women of the (country rtte: .
up in arms at the array of monstrosi-I
tics decorating every field :ind many CO .,MON SENSE
of the farm buildings tihe men willIAa MoSt! c t pleto ony
continue to give the privilege for a T L:ines.o!, ip-o 0ccomipsition. There-
few dollars. j ;ore.' ( is th-. Dr. Pierce's medicines, the
The fine open lawns thit atre getting! mke o Wich print every In;redient
to be so common iu many cona u"nianlt1e! entu;i.gio .thena upon the bottle wrap-
have worked havoc with the "riKhts" of, pers :lAd atu; iscorrectre s'- nd:rosth.
the farmer who wa determi.i.e to al. ire. daI g ' favo'. The co-4-
1 iosno -D'. D eMfl>chesIs open
low his stock to roamu mat their ow to evervbod, IrcS in .dtrou
sweet wills. One such nuov-. of hav .rto 3. r "' I-,t o. jioua-
ed into a progres-ive neighborhood. and *fi f7:;v uon hi- formn.e. bemnj
his pigs began destroyilng the flower con.:.rt t.t, i,:- ,ot,'r t o:nivosit!n
beds of a neighLor who had no fence 1 T.ies is known the m.or
about his lawn. The husband warned: 1 it'n. aiz rative merits b
his wife not to make trouble with ar ~ leing w io. y mace of the active
neighbor, but the owner of the flower ,ive foret rnoils by exact processes
beds politely requested him t shut up; original with Dr. Pierce. and without the
his pigs. fe disregarded the request. use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
only to find his missing pi;s in the cher.mically pure glycerine being used in-
"pound" a few days later, anud he took stead in ex'r:;ctlng and preserving the
the hint. curative virlt:es residing in the roots
The old fashion of driving out from employed, these medicines are ent:rcly
free from the ol,-ction of doing harm
town with a load of garbage after night ry creating -n l,'ctit for either alr
and depositing it along some country boholic beva r.a',. or aLit forming
road has fallen into decay since a num-n drngs. Examia:.n~' the formt:la on their
Ler of offenders were arrc-'sed and ; bottle'tl,- l:"mre a.a sworn toby
fined. Whenever a country mun, orl) Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
woman sees any one infringiug on the "Golden Medical Discovery," the great,
rights of country people uthe plain duty blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel
ihs to compunt ole. Too plon dut regulator-t*he medicine which, while not
is to complain at once. Too loug oun- I recommended to cure consumption In its
try people have tam:;ely submitted to idvanc*idstages(no medicinewill dothat)
Injustice, and it is tim:ne some one was yet duoe cure all those catarrhal condi.
waking up on the subject. lions of head and titroat, weak stomach,
Driving campers off public Lighbways. torpid liver anid bronchial troulIes, weak
cleaning up cemeteries a:d bchl lungs and Lag-n-cughs, which, if g-
yards, seeing that streams are not, finall!yterna;:iteinconsum ption. a

Fresh Meats GrOeri-e, Chikes Eggs,
Bought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water

Ete. Prod.". Sth
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Meals and Reasonable Board to We-kly Customer-

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought

and Sold.

; Telephone No. '111

P. 0. Box No. 652

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Year Round Limited, Nos. 84 and 81. Florida Fast Mail, Nas. O and 48

94 1 45'-
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pmLV .. .. Turkey Creek .....Lv 5:3 0 am !5:4pm
pm!,v .. .. ..Plant City .... ..l 6:15 am 4:58 pm
pmILv .. ... ..Dade City .. ....Lv 5:16 am 4:56 pm
am Lv .. .... Wildwood ...... LvI 2:35 am 2:35 pm
am'Lv .. .. ..OOcala........ ILv 1:35 am 1:37 pm
amiLv .. .. ....Waldo .... ... Lv'11:40 pm 11:37 am
am!Lv .. ..Baldwin .. .. .. Lv 0:17 p3im10:15 am'
pmAr .... Jacksonville .. .. Lv 9: m 9:8 am
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pmIAr .. ..Savannah ... .. ..Ar 1:10 pm 2:45 am
pmAr ...... Columbia ..... ..Ar10:25 am 11:40 pm
amIlAr.. .... Raleigh .. .... Ar 3:45 am 5:19 pm
amiAr...... Portsmouth ......Ar 9:0 pm 9:26 am
am'Ar .. .. ..Richmond ...... Ar 10:40 pm 1:25 pm
am!Ar ..... Washington .. ...Lv 7:20 ppa 9:05 am
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sa1 tflansas AIR AiNE *
$17.95-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. -Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 26.
21. 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, Tcooma,
Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, New
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Above Rates Open to the Public

$83.90-$104.65-Los Angeles and San
Pranuis.'o. on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
arid stopovers.
$95.40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
For further information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C! P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.

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, 4)Ocala,
Contractors wishing to bid may ob-
tain drawings and specifications from
R. E. Yonge by depositing with him a
certified check for $25 as a guarantee
that they will present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee of the
safe and prompt return of the draw-
ings and specifications to the office of
R. Yonge. Ocala. Florida, without
cost to the committee.
Building Committee. Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19. F. & A. M.. Ocala.
Florida. R. E. Yonge, Chairman.

Is hereby given that on the 17th day
of August. A. D. 1909, at the regular
me-eting 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 nlans and specifica- I
tions now oan file in the cita clerk's!
tfoce of said citv. 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 Sistrunk,
City Clerk of the City of Ocala.

Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that B. E. Ray-




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4:10 pm! 7:30 am'Lv .. .. ... Tampa .. .. .. ..Ar'!6:20 piAflSlam
5:10 pml 8:20 am Lv .. ... Turkey Creek .... ..Ar(5:35 pm 9:20 a
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These arrivals and departures as welk as time and connections with
other companies are given as Information and are not guaranteed.
,Pullman Drawing Room 8:eeping Cars between Tampa and New Wtok
on tLains Non. 94 and 81, Dining Car Service.
Parlor Cafe Cars between Tampa and Jacksonville on trains Noc.
and 43, Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville ad
New York and Dining Car Service on trains Nos. 4 and 43.
For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Sea-
board or write to Ef. C. BOYLTON. Amnt. Gen. Pass, Agent, Jackso*
ville. Fla.: or call on IL C. RAYSOR, C. T. A, Ocala, Fla.
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