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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 17, 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: VID03247
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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E N E i A L A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesvllle. Indiana.
AL writes: "Iast year I. suffered for
M Oa three months with a summer cold so
IsI lopur distressing that It interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
Olei i tthe 1, W. ef Ut OWei scription did not reach my case, and I
House. took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate it. Fortunately I
OJs the ver best service of Insisted upon having Fbley's Honey
l workmene with modern ap- Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
paieom Strictly sanitary. Electric My wife has since used Ioley's Honey
sa l m i-na ** and Tar with the same success." Sold
MEt Blm Waler at AM Tlms by all dealers.

How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
SIB & lAic 1 Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
FuM AJl U llt1O f your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.
J I -3A[dh As .r IL wn 'Tour only hope." said three doctors
to Mrs. M. K. Fisher. Detroit. Mich.

100 REWARDA.100
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
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous, surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CheneyA Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 7Sc. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

Son of a Florida Statesman
New York
New York. Aug. 17.-Macon
who, according to his counsel,
of State Senator Broome of
Fla., was arrested here this

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Sunday Was a Day of Draadful Pods.
Murder, Criminal Carlesness and
Suicide Claimed their Victims
New York. Aug. 17.-The police are
attempting to fix the responsibility for
the murder of Bow Kim, called the
"Purse of Gold." the prettiest China-
town slave girl in New York. whose
mutilated body was found in a Mott
street room with a bloody hand im-
print on her neck. Blood was also dis-
covered on the screen door leading to a
Chinese restaurant downstairs. It is
Chin Len. an Americanised CMnaman.
the victim's sweetheart, whose hand
coincides perfectly with the imprints
and he is getting a terrific "third 4e-
gree" at police headquarters. Chin
vows the murderer was a Jealous
sweetheart. He furthermore declared
that the girl was given him by mis-
sionaries to marry after she. was res-
cued from a San Francisco house. He
declares that Long Dong followed the





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Through the s ius of One of Her
Daeiugters to the Wmen of the
Lst Causm
Atlanta. Aug. 17.-Befitting in no-
bility of conception and beauty of ex-
ecution the subject it is to commem-
orate. the design for the monument to
the women of the Lost Cause has been
completed. It is the work of a Dixie
girl. Miss Belle Kinney of Nashville,
Tenn., and has been accepted by sev-
eral states. It is probable that all the
states which left the Union in the civil
war, will adopt the design and that
replicas of the monument will be plac-
ed in the caoltols of each.
The design for the proposed monu-
ment is very beautiful and elevating.
The central figure, of heroic size is
the goddess of fame. At her right the
reclining figure delicately featured.
beautiful, but with an expression of
exquisite sadnesm, represents the self-
sacrificing Southern woman of the war
time. Fame is represented as placing
a wreath upon the Southern woman's
head, while she supports, at her left, a
dying and emaciated Confederate sol-
dier, to whom the Southern woman is
extending even in death, the palm of
The design is such that It readily
lends Itself to reproduction either in
marble or bronze.
A year or more ago the Daughters
of the Confederacy and the Sons of
Confederate Veterans decided upon the
erection of these monuments in every
state capitol in Dixie. The work was
to have been done by an Italian sculp-s
tor. When his design was submitted
at the late Confederate reunion in
Memphis It raised a storm of protests.
The artist had pictured the Southern
woman as a militant and Amazonian
figure, carrying in one hand a sword
and In the other the banner of the
Lost Cause. This conception was so
foreign to the gentle, suffering and pa-
tient woman of the Southland as those
loved her had known her, that the de-
sign was rejected by an overwhelming
vote. The angered artist declined to
submit another and Miss Kinney was
appealed to. Tennessee has appro-
priated $2.500 through the Daughters
and Sons of the Confederacy for a
bronze cast of the design. Other
states are raising funds for the pur-
pose and it is believed that by fall
each of the former Confederate states
will have followed suitL
Miss Kinney, the artist, Is but 22
years of age and Is already a sculptor
of more than national fame. She was
recently awarded the contract for a
heroic statue of the late Senator Ed-
ward W. Carmack of Tennessee, killed
by Cooper. When but a child she re-
ceived a prize at the centennial in
Nashville for a bust of her father. She
received her education In art at the
Art Institute at Chicago and later she
studied abroad. She was awarded the
contract for twenty Igorrote figures at
the Field Museum and has attracted a
great deal of attention in art circles
throughout the world.


One of the Plums Goes to a Demecrat
Beverley, Mass.. Aug. 17.-President
Taft has named a portion of the census
takers. A few of the plums have fal-
len to democrats. In the south. In
Florida one democrat is honored. The
list for that state follows:
First district. Henry W. Bishop;
second district, Lasueur Gaulden: third
distrlet, Thomas David White. (dem).




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and held after examination in police couple to INew York aemanaing at
court, to await extradition papers on the girl return thousands of dollars
the charge of being a fugitive from worth of Jewelry he had given her. He
Justice. Young Broome was arrested insists that Dong Is the assassin. The
at the request of the Atlanta police to stories he tells are conflicting.
answer to a charge of having forged a White Woman Murdered
check and passed it on H. E. Clark of New York, Aug. 17.-A murder
Atlanta. committed Sunday was discovered
yesterday when the body of Madelina
IF YOU KNEW Vicco, aged 50 years, was found on the
the merits of the Texas Wonder. you floor of her room in a lodging house
would never suffer from kidney, blad- Twenty-ninth trt
der of rheumatic trouble. 91 bottle two at 105 West Twenty-ninth street
month's treatment. Sold by druggists There was a bullet wound through
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. her heart, and the furniture was
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. thrown about the room. indicating a
Louis, Mo. quarrel had preceded the murder.
AUTO FOR SALE Later in the day Giuseppl Cerino, an
--- Italian, whom the police say lived with
A new runabout automobile for sale the woman, and with whom she had
at a reasonable discount from orig- frequent quarrels, was arrested a short
nal cost. If interested, address "Au- frequent quarrels, was arrested a short
tomobile," care Star office. distance from where the ody was
found. He told the police he had been
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE in his room all night.
A French scientist has discovered Insane Father's Awful Acts
one secret of long life. His method Chicago, III., Aug. 17.-Insane on ac-
deals with the blood. But long ago count of his prolonged Illness, Gaston
millions of Americans had proved
.Electric Bitters prolongs life and Herring. aged 54, murdered his wife,
makes it worth living. It purifies, en- fatally wounded his son. attempted to
riches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds assassinate his two daughters and
waste nerve cells, Imparts life and
tone to the entire system. It's a god- then suicide by blowing out his own
send to weak, sick and debilitated brains.
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted Children Crushed at a Railroad Cress-
my life for months," writes W. M. ing in Mss. .ri
Sherman, of Cushing. Me. "but Elec- ing in Msesu
trick Bitters cured me entirely." Only Kinnett. Mo.. Aug. 16.-Five chil-
SOc at all druggists. dren of A. H. Hyde, a farmer, are dead
SKILLED PAINTING as the result of the wagon in which
they were riding last night being hit
I am prepared to take any job of by a train at a railroad crossing near
paying, no matter how large or how here. Four of them were Instantly
small, ot how fine the work desired ki, m
may be. I have the material, brushes lled, the fifth dying this morning.
and knowledge to paint and do it They were on their way to church,
right. Houses painted Inside and out. and when about a mile from home, and
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing, while crossing the railroad, the wagon
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guarantee was run down by the St Louis and
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word San Francisco limited. It hit the
at the Star office. K. W. Flllyaw, wagon fair in the center and ground
Ocala. Fla. t. four of the riders to death beneath the
NOBODY SPARED wheels. The fifth. Charles. who was
driving, was thrown high into the air,
Kidney Troubles Attack Ocala Men coming down in a ditch about thirty
and Women, Old and Young yards away. He was terribly wound-
Kidney Ills seize young and old. ed. He said they did not see or hear
Come quickly with little warning, the train, as they were laughing and
Children suffer In their early years--
Can't control the kidney secretions, talking as they drew near the rail-
Girls are languid, nervous, surfer road.
Women worry, can't do daily work. Suicide in Tampa
Men have lame and aching backs. The body of Mrs. Hattie May French
The cure for man. woman or child.
Is to cure the cause-the kidneys. was found in a* room of the St Charles
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid- hotel. Tampa. Sunday night A bot-
Cure all forms of kidney suffering, tle of chloroform beside her told the
Mrs. S. E. Pinkerson. living at 609 manner of her death. She was the
W. Liberty St., Galnesville, Fla., says: wife of W. T. French. a Plant City
"My daughter was in poor health for
some time, and I am sure that it was merchant and ner death is said to be
all due to weakened ,kidneys. bhe due to family troubles.
was not strong, felt nervous and was Young Banker Drenw
subject to dull headaches. These Young Banker Drowned
symptoms, of kidney trouble together Waycross. Ga.. Aug. 16.-Jesse Grif-
with others that existed, induced me fin. a young banker, of this place, was
to procure a box of Dean's Kidney drowned in a dreaded spot in the Sa-
Pills. My daughter used them ac-
cording to directions, and I am glad to tilla river here yesterday. Three
say that she was cured. I feel that friends with whom he was swimming
I owe a great deal to Doan's Kidney
Pills, for restoring my daughter's fought hard with the river for his life.
health, and am glad to recommend until they were so exhausted he slip-
them to any persons suffering from ped from their arms and sank. They
kidney disease."
Plenty more proof like this from barely escaped.
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo- ACTIVE AT 87
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 This would be unusual news if men
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. and women would keep themselves
New York, sole agents for the United free from rheumatism and all aches
States. and pains as well as keeping their
Remember the name-Dean's-and muscles and Joints Umbered with Bal-
take no other, lard's Snow Liniment Sold by all
The state uniform examination for _
teacher's certificates will begin a 9 Ten years experience. AeferenDa5,
a. m. on September 7. 1909. The work any music teacher in Ocala, any
for white applicants will be conducted music house in Jacksonville. "Phone
at the Ocala High School building and 28. A. M. Lanstord, city. 1-U-t
that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a fee DISAGREEABLE AT HOME
of one dollar at time of beginning and Lots of men and women who are
will supply himself with legal cap pa- agreeable with others, get "cranky"
,er. pens and ink. Any other infer- at home. It's not disposition, it's the
mation pertaining to the examination liver. If you find in yourself that you
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ported by State and Federal Funds.
for Florida Young Men.
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of B. A., B. Sc., M. A., M. 8c.,
and L L. B.
In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture;
Chemical. Civil, Electrical and Me-
chanical Engineering: Law; Normal
School; Graduate School. Expenses
Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wrie

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South. offering degrees and dipomas
in the following departments:
L A School of Libefal Arts.
11. A School of Industrial Arts.
III. A School of Fine Arts
IV. A School of Expression.
V. A School for Teachers.
No Tultimn. Other expenses very loW.
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R. I. CARROLL. S uineu Mmageer

Grand Junction, Calif, Aug. 12.-If
we were to attempt to write of every-
thing we saw in tMA beautiful and
,wonderful town of Riverside. Calif..
we would simply exhaust ourselves and
the columns of the Star, and as the
object of these letters is to give a mere
glimpse and passing impression of the
places we saw. we shall proceed in a
matter of fact way.
Riverside is not an old city as time
Is reckoned, say 30 years since it first
began to grow. It moved steadily, but
got up a genuine boom in 1890, which
lasted up to the panic of 1893, when it
received a serious set back In a cold
snap that wrecked Its orange crop and
this was followed by a big bank fall-
ure that sent prices tumbling. Then
tie town boasted of a population of
7.0o. It has long since recovered
from Its misfortunes and since has had
a steady and substantial growth. Its
population now numbering 15,000 and
Its Improvements along all lines have
kept pace with the growth of the
town. 0
Riverside has a splendid sewerage
and wat.r system, paved streets, beau-
tiful homes, lovely lawns, avenues
lined with. palms and pepper trees and
a cultivated and refined people who
love their homes and knoq how to
make them attractive.
The town has no citizens of great
wealth, but all are public spirited and
cooperative and get together and do
things for the public good. It is a
highly moral and religious place. No
saloons are permitted, either in the
town or county, and the people are
delighted with the conditions.
The town has the mission spirit and
all the public buildings are built on
this plan of architecture. It has a
magnificent courthouse, costing way
Into the hundred thousands of dollars.
which occupies two blocks, beautiful-
ly grassed and bedecked with flowers.
It is only one story high. It has a fine
Masonic temple and woman's club.
I U b nMdilag-to which
-r -- omnegte donated $25.00, and the
town the rest. and a $15,000 addition
to thb building is being added to meet
the demands of the fast growing pop-
ulation,' %.*e wert surprised to find so
ntu aders, t Its well kept rooms.
Te to. Op tbh this model bulkding

,as.a very creditable Y.
L too, Us
keopn to* 'small alM ar building
S under .roof that when completed
wibh A g.4150,000. Its public school
buildings and parks are in keeping
with all the other public utilities of
the place, the white park containing
one of the finest collections of capti
in tIe country, while at the large park,
which is thrown open to everybody
and is a great pleasure ground for the
people, visitors come to enjoy its at-
tractions and split a little wood, boil
their coffee or tea. cook their food and
enjoy their outing.
One of the most unique buildings in
the town is the Glenwobd Inn, built
after the manner of the old mission
buildings. It is entirely different
from the usual hotel style of architec-
ture, and nft eaves an Impress on those
who tarry within its large and rambl-
ing court, vines, flowers, plants and
bells and comforts 'of furniture tc
match that is never forgotten, always
remembered and spolien of to others,

until it is the most noted Aostelry in
all the golden state of California.
It remained for the manager. Mr
Prank Miller. to dream out the de-
sign, put it on paper and build It. II
Is run by a corporation, run right and
has been a phenomenal success and
while the building covers an entire
square, Its patronage has outrun its
capacity and a large addition is to be
added. The Glenwood Is conducted by
Mr. Miller, has been one of the blg
assets of the town and has added
scores of well to do residents to the
place, who, charmed by the quaintness
and restfulness of the place, fell in
love with the community, purchased
homes there and now live In beautiful
One of the show places of Riverside
Is Its Mount Rubidoux. Huntingtor
drive, so named after the great rail-
road magnate, who became so Impress-
ed with the magnificent amphitheater
of rugged hills and mountains thai
surround the beautiful and fertile val.
ley In which the town is a brilliant
setting, that he contributed $35.000 to-
wards building five miles of the flnesi
mountain roads o, earth to the apex
of this glorious lookout, where the eye
can drink In a scene that is difficult
to duplicate anywhere. No one has
seen Riverside who has not taken a
walk or drive to the pinnacle of Mount
Rubidoux and at the foot of the cross
which marks its highest elevation and
Is thankful a Huntington lived to as-
sist the people of Riverside to create

thousands of visitors during the ma-
son seek Its heights to' drink In the
inspiration that comes from its warm
sunlight and scenic beauty.
We had a good opportunity to In-
spect its thousands of acres of orange
groves, said to be some 20.000 of them.
and note their perfect system of irri-
gation and the beauty of its trees.
many of them gilded with the golden
fruit that still illuminates the olive fo-
liage of the setting. These oranges
are now ripo for market and generally
bring remunerative prices.
The She-man Indian school, located
at Arlington, a suburb of Riverside.
was shown us with its dozen or more
of magnificent buildings, which house
some S00 Indian boys and girls. rep-
resenting 4S tribes.
Not must we forget to mention the
magnificent orange grove of the sec-
retary of the National Biscuit Co..
whose home is in Pittsburg. Pa.. but
who never fails to spend his winters
in this charming spot It is a thing
of beauty. for not only has he leve-lef'
the apex of a mountain to which he
constructed a fine auto rocd. but lined
miles of driveways over his domain
with lovely roses and beautiful flower-
ing plants and has a rare collection of
Japanese dwarf trees, some of them
3,000 years old and no higher than
your knee. to all of which the public
is welcome.
We also had a look at a model or-
ange packing establishment, such as
was shown the Florida orange grow-
ers who visited this place last May to
study California fruit exchange meth-
ods, that has enabled them to dispose
of with a profit six times the amount
of oranges Florida grows. The plant
was the Alta Cresta Packing House,
over which Mr. Erquart Is the capable

manager, and who remembered Mr.
Stant Borland and Mr. Heitman of Ft.
Myers as part of that Florida delega-
tion and made inquiries about them.
As most of the readers of the Star
are aware, the California system was
found so much superior to that of
Florida in gathering, packing and dis-
tributing the fruit that it was adopted,
a Florida fruit exchange organized
with headquarters at Tampa. While
the writer was in Riverside $15.000
worth of orange packing machinery
was shipped to that city.
For the pleasure of the auto drives.

that enabled me to see Riverside and
her productiveness, which, of course.
includes its vast irrigation system.
founded by a Mr. Evans, now dead.
and rehnorced by a Mr. Gage. I desire
to return my sincere appreciation and
thanks to Mr. John Woodman. whose
aim in ILfe is to confer favors and
blessings on others. Mr. W. has lived
In Rivemlde for more than 20 years.
has seen it develop from a village to
a m6Oteitf. whose ideal charms all
who visit it and one of Mr. W's. pleas-
ures is to take strangers and visitors
to his city in his luxurious auto. and
show them Its pleasing and captivating
features. Mr. Woodman, In connection
with all of his fellow citizens. believes
in publicity and does his share in pro-
moting same.
At this season of the year Riverside
is said to be dull, because the winter
tourist has flown elsewhere and its
own people of means are enjoying the
delights of the seashore, only 75 to 80
mil s away. but as we had the pleas-
ure to witness a presentation of the
"'Merry Widow" at the splendid opera
house, with a grand stage and gor-
geous scenery, the brilliant audience
of 1.500 people, which packed every
nook and corner of the building, leads
us to believe the word dull has no ap-
plication to Riverside and its people.
even at this season of the year.
A word about vineyards, on., of the,
big Riverside valley industries, and
this letter must come to a close. In
coming to Riverside from Los Angeles,
75 miles distant, who should we meet
on the train but 0. H. Kelsey, a for-
mer Marion county :boy, son of the
Veteran R. A. Kelsey of Stanton. who.
of course, made us promise to drop in
and see him and he would show us a
thing or two. He did. He and his in-
teresting family, wife and four child-
ren, live at Pedley. eight miles from
Riverside. He is grove overseer for
the Sparr Fruit Co.. 50 acres in lem-
ons. and 50 cars of fruit was shipped
to market this season at a good price.
The grove is one recently purchased
and rehabilitated and promises great
things for the owners. Mr. Kelsey is
an expert at the business, making it
his business in Florida. with four
years in Cuba. but says of the. last
named country the United States has
nothing to fear in orange culture.
Mr. Kelsey took us to the Charles
Stearns & on's vineyard, consisting

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M oving Pictures IMr. Walseman. correspondent for the
New York Packer, who is now operat-
an M iMUSICng. in this territory, writes the follow.
ing Interesting letter to his paper:
t Ocala. Fla.. Aug. 11.-When one en-
The Best of Etc me Furmisd. terms county like old Marion for the
ed by Home People purpose of writing up Its agricultural
and horticultural industries and it
NEW PICTIURES EVERY DAY happens to be the rainy season, one
Naturally spends more time than is al-
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT lowed or allotted to natural business
duties. However. rain Is what makes
Program for this Eveang business possible in Florida, and Mar-
DICK MAY THE DUTCHMAN ion county Is one of the Arst and finest
--- counties to be benefited and Ocala,
A PAIR OF WHITE GLOVES ."the metropolis," to reside In.
(Full Reel) i While it is raining, the streets here
THE AUTOMATIC MONKEY are fine and when the shower Is over
THE AUTOMATIC MONKEY one can go out and not get wet feet.

BEFORE AND AFTER The Dr. J. M. Thompson house, where
the writes makes his home while here,
HOW THEY PROPOSE on Fort King avenue, is one of the best
in the city and the room consigned to
CALLING DAY the Packer man is "paragon."
Among the other subscribers here
NICK CARTER'S DOUBLE are some of note In the business, as
well as nature world. The John Dozier
Admission, 10 and 20 cents.
ICo.. commission merchants and merch-
Iant brokers, are doing much to benefit
Doors Upe at 7:30 p. the farmers of this section by buying
all the corn they can produce on the
*. W. TCKER. PIPOPRIT R cob, already shucked, and by having
its own shelling machine makes clean
corn for market purposes. This will
of 5.000 acres of vines and covering save having corn shipped from the
seven acres of ground and from which west or other northern sections. which
two million gallons of wine and brandy has been the practice of Florida farm-
was made last season Its a sight to ers for years.
see the vast plant with its hundreds of Florida can grow as fine corn and
vats. one row of 32 holding 10.000 gal- from 25 to 50 bushels to the acre as
lons each. and another row of 14 vats any state in the Union, but it has just
holding 2..000 gallons each and so on 'awakened to this fact. There is no
with smaller ones. The vines at the county in the state that can do this
close of the season are cut off near better than Marion. The writer has
the ground, the new growth of wood been in Florida a little over four years
bearing the juicy grape. An acre pro- and at the time of his arrival here the
duces four tons of grapes, which in average farmer was importing from the
the field are worth $9.50 a ton and the North all of his grain and most of his
cost of harvesting them for the presses hay for his stock. Today he is grow-
is $2.50 a ton. The bunches of grapes ing, as a rule, his beggar weed and
are cut and placed in baskets and in crab grass hay and his corn and oats.
turn thrown into water-tight wagon This is progressive Florida and all
beds. drawn to the crusher, where big within four years.
pronged forks are used in throwing Florida has always produced the fin-
them into the crushers. where the pulp e.t of citrus fruits but she has always
is pumped into other vats and the skin been weak on self support materials.
and seeds separated, the juice drawn and as a result the state has bought
off and left to settle and put through nearly as much food products as she
numerous other processes before it Is has sold in her own farm and fruit
clarified and ready for the casks., products. However, as show'h above.
Adjoining the Stearns vineyard is beautiful Florida has awakened to the
another, similar in size and known as fact that there is nothing that she can.
the Italian. Through these vines tram not grow. except wheat. Oats is one
roads are constructed, over which iron of the finest productive crops in the
hopper cars are operated to gather the state; corn Is always a good crop and
crop. One of the things to marvel at can be grown after all high priced veg-
is the immense and ponderous machin- tables for the northern markets have
cry and boilers used in these factories been shipped.
to distil brandy. In our travels that Florida land will produce three or
day behind Mr. Kelsey's spanking four crops in one year. Northern
team, we passed a tract of a thousand lands produce one. If Florida land had
acres being planted in orange trees by the same amount of natural fertilizer
some big syndicate, also saw another that New York or New England land
700-acre orchard not yet bearing, all gets every year the Florida farmer
s'rnwing the people of Riverside valley would not be able to gather his crop.
have faith in growing the golden fruit. Why? Climate. Florida climate for the
In our drive that day we saw immense production of that which Is necessary




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A" the aMrb.sut the vr O-Lt -a "g
the city, the fn eo their 60 M t ai".
We awam'oa te an 01".a&. Our eme.
women who have built a4 are n d hbalag flmfin'm>
We soliedt a share ym a IMg Ow m .a-
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progressive growers In the way of
specialties. Mr. Needbaa to from old
England and is one of the mechanical
experts of this city, but owing to his
nature imbued Znglik dipostiotn he
has a country home and lves there by
preference, where he can Vow fruit,
pecans and other farm prodmetsI
SIn covering Marion county-web has
to drive somewhat. but the drives are
generally pleasant It has been diftfS-
cult to get the proper kind of driver
this season and the result was much
delay. Yet the writer at last found
one at J. D. McDuffys livery. ,
J. D. McDuffy I one of the largest
melon and cantaloupe growers I this
section and constantly reads the
The result of this livery find enabled
the writer to go to Sparr Fla.. some
twelve miles from Ocala and visit one

of the ine farming sections of Mai
county. Spar is supreme in .ts I
and some of its producers, who an
L G. Y young, who grows cantaloe
and tomatoes as principal crops,
will grow squash and lettuce $or
crops. Mr. Young is dne of the l4
Ing growers here. He reads the Pa
er and always pays for it two or tl
months before it is due. Mr. YTo
said: "The season as a8 whole
been good. Prices were low, but
did not expect them to be ldh. v
sidering conditions."
W. Lumaai & Bros. are gen
merchants and have the postoafli
their store. J. W. Nuffman is the V
eral mercantile ana. postofflee a
ager, while W. Luffman Is. the a
door manager. and, as a result, the
producer. W. qLuff&n & ros. 1
110 acres In cantalouet this sea
Of course, this is one crop, o4her c
follow on this same iaqd and
Luffmans are leading In beans, as

as the production of that which a per-
feet climate can produce.
Florida is supreme, nA only on ac-
count of some of its fle lands 'but

from th
such a
duce, 1

fields of bariley and alfalYa. a great to human wants is absolutely perfect- consider
crop in many parts of California. ion. It rains down here during a few nature.
As a matter of interest to our read- months of the year. but the more it auperfli
e-s. will say that Mr. Will Sparr, a rains the more healthy the people and entirety
former Marion county orange grower ; the larger the next year's production good C
at Sparr. which place was named after of fruits and vegetables, you wi
his father, is now at the head of a Thomas Needham is one of Ocala's its climb
corporation that owns and operates section
over a thousand acres of oranges and does n
lemons and do a tremendous business THERE 18 A DIFFERENCE IN farmer
in handling other fruits, fresh and in the No
a dried state. They are succeeding, game,
splendidly. Mr. Will Sparr is the gen- Ida Is
eral manager and one of the leading ness.
citizens of Los Angeles, and he stands Ihere b
very high socially, commercially and the ma
as a man whose character and citizen- J. W
ship is greatly admired. a gene
In the trio from Riverside to Los Our ice by our new process is froz- product
Angeles, on the Salt Lake railroad, are en at a temperature of eight to ten of the
many extensive walnut orchards and degrees above zero, is as clear as crys- ested i
they are said to be very profitable, to tal and as pure as can be made. We which
say nothing of thousands of acres )f guarantee it to last longer. white
peaches. plums, apricots, prunes and S. D
olives. To see the vast acreage and; BUY FROM THE BLUE Packer.
bountiful yield of fruits, one wonders"A "o b Disappointe in .vie vegetal
how it all can be utilized, but seem-; And Quality is last
ingly it is and more is to follow, long a
Riverside shipped over 6,000 cars of OiCALA ICE AMI PICKIC O able to
oranges the past season, but the prica's twelve
were not as good as the year previous. & TAT omet
C. L Bittinger. j Pm. 4. ter ma

are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium !IiAk da, a
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir, ward.
contains no injurious or narcotic, county
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe L thing
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels and co
and fretfulness-splendid for teething IJf AsUsu mjvje and co
infants. Sold by all druggists. here a
as son
FAN BARGAINS o The U" maaSn so S
7,000 b
An e-ight-inch Westinghouse electric'
fan that is positively guaranteed to "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" WAI
burn only three cents worth of elec-'
tricity in ten hours steady running. to three
S-e them at once. H. W. Tucker, the MISS FLORIDA CONDON. five w
electrical supply man. Resident Agent spider'i

I will have a car of choice Kentucky'
bred horses at my place at Evinst-ri.
FlV.. for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home:
at Lexinrton. Ky.. selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
car-fully selected and bought for snot


I receive dally s lpments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish
and handle them right.

then "

ally on account of Its superior
.' Those wlo afe, capable of
these pointsI always succeed In
. The man who comes here
he North and looks for rich land,
a the northern states possess.
bly goes back and reports that
land is poor and will not pro-
bit this same person never did
r climate. Why? Ignorance of
Ignorance in this, country Is
uous. Once study nature in Its
y and you will not only be a
hristlan, but a good farmer and
ill appreciate beautiful Florida.
nate and its land values in con-
m with its climate. The man who
ot study nature is. but a poor
in Florida. One can farm in
Drth and leave nature out of *the
but the successful man in Flor-
the one who knows his busit-
There are all kinds of farmers
ut the successful man here Is
n of brains.
. Johnson grows cantaloupes as
ral crop, but also grows other
ts in season. Mr. Johnson is one
leaders here and is much inter-
n the Farmer's Union of Sparr.
numbers many members, all
-. Souter is one of the valued
Readers of this old fruit and
ble town of Sparr. Mr. Souter
on the list but not least. It was
after dark before the writer was
call on Mr. Souter and then had
miles to drive back to Ocala for
ling to eat and a sleep. Mr. Sou-
akes a specialty of lettuce and
es for fall crops.
e is lots of cheap land In Flor-
nywhere from $5 per acre up-
Marion county is the solidity
of Florida. One can grow any-
here from fruits to vegetables
tton. Corn is one of the staples
nd oats is more than a staple.
me of the farmers grow 6.000 to
bushels during the season.

ee doctors: was kept in bed for
weeks. Blood poisoned from a
s bite caused large, deep sores
er his leg. The doctors failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
cured me." writes John Wash-
of Bosquesville, Tex. For
,. boils, bur. sad piles It's so-
25c at all druggists.


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UMobems meet Friday eventia.
r eRN cases at the Ocala News Co.
Waakesha" OtaG Ale at Ballard's.
There were 27 arrivla at the Ocala
3a.. yesterday.
Pietore pole post cards at the

Te ity council will meet tonight
M t lvar session.

l and me* the new books It th-"
the Oeala 1wea Co.
Mr. B. F. Camp of White Springs, is
a guest of the Ocala House.

Sw domes wa will cure am y cae
of CMON ax efetr. Price Me.
Mr. W. 8. Doyle of Tampa is amaag
the late arrivals at the Ocala House.

]FO BALZ-Flne walnut roller top
es0, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. B. L. Doolittle of Fltsgeirld. Ga..
Is a guest of the Ocala House.

Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Mr. J. B. Watson of Hamilton. Ga..
I a g est of the Montesuma.

Bose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore-
Mr. B. N. Chace of Tampa Is at the

Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
S amanles smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. G. T. Bobbitt of Micanopy is a
guest of the Montezuma.

Bathing cape just received at the
Court Pharmacy.
Mr. J. W. Sampson of Macon is at
- the Montezuma.

M RUNT-A large pasture close
Sm. Apply at this office.
Mr. R. A. Nutley of Orlando is a
Puest of the Monteagma..

-.. er 84**- a4mmW wil- re ay seo
of ChlUl and Frer. Price Ske.
jtK.' LB. B :of Orlando is at the

A new shipment of peroxide cream
just I at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. J. W. Michael of Marietta, Ga..
is among the recent arrivals at the

FOR REN'r-Furnished rooms, two
M1 W1do from sqmate, modern coaven-
lenaces; 24 Watula streeL
There were forty arrivals at the
"Montezuma last night and guests who
applied had to be denied rooms.

WANTED--4 or 5-roc-n cottage In
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X, Star office.
Mr. R. W. Irvine of Lake City, was
a late arrival at the Ocala House yes-

Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill an4 deliver your pre-
arptions promptly.
Mf. L. D. Curry of Standard was In
towa today and made the Star office r.
esinesm calL

HaVe yon seen the new visible Fay.
booIs typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
S eeril agents.
Mr. Dell Moody, who has been in At-
lanta and other places for several
weeka has returned to the city.
N the glare of the sun hurts your
o. grn M et-a pair of smoked glasses
m f urm for 25c. The Postofflce Drug-

Mr. William Moore Angus of Jack-
sailmUe, manager of the Florida Syn-
di eSate. Is at the Ocala House. The
esompay formerly owned the Montezu-
ma hotel block In this city.

9Wy Ie Fr Red Wagm

They say, but if you will examine
caWety the lee which melts so rap-
Ily you wlN note that there seems to
be holes ta it, that the center is what
,I elted "snow lee," which, being por.-
ma, alew. it to melt quickly.

Te kbd we turn out is as clear
* M perfect as it is possible to make
tak. a"d is the most economical ice
8to R. Ask the man on the Red
,Ag- to stop and see you.


KELLS Mosquitoes, Bedbugs
Roaches, Moths, Wa-
terbugs, Ante, 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.



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis have
rented one of the Newport cottages at
Eastlake and will go down in a few
days to spend two weeks on the lake.

Mr. D. S. Woodrow has returned
from Port Tampa. where he has been
in the Interest of his phosphate Inter-
ests for some time. He spent Sunday
%ith his family at Woodmar.

Mr. C. V. Miller of Jacksonville is in
the city today. Mr. Miller is doing
well in Jacksonville and says business
generally is good therf.

Sheriff Galloway returned last night
from a visit to St. Petersburg. Tampa
and Green Springs. taking one of the
very few pleasure trips our busy sher-
iff ever takes.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt are at
home again, after spending several
days at Green Sprjngs.

Bring it to me, and when it has been
Claned and Blocked, it Will be as
Good as New.
W., F. Marlow, Pp.ter .

Mr. E. Grant McCall, of New York.
a successful furniture salesman, and
a former Ocala boy, is a guest of the
Ocala House.

FOR RI.NT-One Pay-Sholes type-
writer in gbod condition. Apply at the
Star office.
Mr. J. W. Hewett of Leesburg is at
the Montezuma. *

Mr. H. C. Boot of Lexington, Ky.. ir
among the guests of the Montezuma.

I have for sale a fine paying moving
picture and vaudeville show In Jack-
sonville, a money maker and a bargain.
Owner has other business that com-
pels him to leave city. Address or
wire. Jasper R. Walker, Jacksonville.
Mr. W. H. Massey of Orange Spring?
and a large naval stores operator of
that section, is at the Montezuma for
a few days.

FOUND-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.
Mr. N. L. Edwards of Tampa is at
the Montezuma.

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.
pills be po'itlve 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

Justice of the. Peace J. W. Lyles, of
this district, left today for Daytona
Beach to spend three weeks visiting
his daughter. Mrs. J. H. Sellers. This
is Mr. Lyles' first visit to Daytona

DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
pleasant, safe, sure, easy little liver
pills. A salve you may always depend
upon In alry ease where you need a
salve, is DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve-especially good for piles.
Sold by all druggists.

Upon leaving the summer normal at
Gainesville, the members of the class
she taught presented Miss Nellie Stev-
ens of this city with a beautiful pin.
as an indication of their regard for

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
wrnhmhl Irknnow



Mr. Nathan Goldman arrived to,"'
from New York to take a position with,
his brother, Mr. B. Goldman, at thO

The Proof is in the


If you are not using

it now, it's a good

time to begin. We

sell it exclusively in

Ocal a.

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In a fast game yesterday afternoon
Ocala lost to Orlando without reaching
third base during the nine innings and
not securing a safe hit. Smith for Or-"
lando pitched a splendid game and he
had the support behind him when a
scratch hit did occur.
No runs were made until the fourth.
when Donaldson for Orlando. brother
of Ocala's red-headed second baseman.
came to bat and lirt n ot a twn-base
hit .-r t' h,-. of the lt ft fielder.
who was playing too far in and
couldn't get back. Barnett hit to
Brown, who fumbled and tried to put
Donaldson out at third, but failed.
Barnett stole second. McCormick hit a
hot one through short and Donaldson
and Barnett -cored. Smith was ass-
ed to first on four wild onrs and Lim-
erick was given four more. With he
bases full and none out. Glass hit
one past third and McCormick and
Smith scored. Bennett hit to right.
Izlar caught him out and doubled Lim-
erick at the plate. Hawes out on a fly
to Dick Dodge.
This ended the run getting for the
game. The locals settled down and
made no more errors and allowed the
visitors no more chances, but the
game was won. as Smith held the lo-
cals down, only one man getting to
second during the entire game.
The same teams will play again to-
day and tomorrow, and Judging from
the game yesterday the two games
will be very interesting. Both teams
showed up well yesterday and while it
looked as if Ocala was outclass-d,. the
battery Orlando played yesterday was
evidently her strongest and a change
of pitchers Is to the home team's ad-

Leon Ponce, the famous black-face
comedian, will be at the Air Dome to-
morrow night, with a stock of the lat-
est, funniest jokes and songs. Leon
has a great reputation, which he pro-
poses to add to in Ocala.
Tonight, Dick May, the funny little
Dutchman. will make his last appear-
ance. Dick has done quite a much to-
ward dispelling whatever gloomy views
his hearers take of life. The pictures
were particularly good last night, and
the program shows there will be a fine
set this evening.

There is quite a jolly party of Ocala
people at Green Springs. There ir
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little Irene.
Mrs. G. L. Taylor, Dr. A. L. Izlar and
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cobb, bahy and
nurse are only a few miles away at
Wall Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Frank return-
ed yesterday afternoon from Savannah.
where Mr. Frank spent several days.
Mrs. Frank divided her time while
gone between the mountains of North
Carolina and her former home with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus in Sa-

Mr. Will Ross of Jacksonville and
traveling for the Georgia Supply Co.,
has been in the city a guest of the
Oeala House for the past two days.
Mr. Ross was formerly a citizen and
is yet a property owners in Ocala.

Mrs. R. R. Carroll and Morris will
go down to Woodmar tomorrow to
spend several weeks in their little cot-
tage. Mr. Carroll will go down occas-
ionally to visit them.

Mr. J. H. Spencer came up today
from Shell Island at the mouth of
Crystal River, where he spent Sunday
and Monday with his family, who are
enjoying a few weeks at this delightful


We have just received one o tiep fat Mini '
Liwn Mower Grinders, a machine Mpe tfly dI
for the puposee of grinding Lawn Mower,- wM .
does the work perfectly. If you will far m wi t'
your patronage, we guarantee to give you bMk tMO '
Mower in better condition than the day yeoa ,
it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp lag ai h m '
old style way, which is usually done by hi -.
rienced workman with a file or an emey wlh

mNext Utr yowr Mwer w mbg 4Waps

bWi It us or my -, ". I e

a Ite ad cut u ulcely it wU Iptmy YO


Mr. Henry W. Bishop of Eustis. a
brother of Miss Bishop. the postmis-
tress of that city. is at the Montezu-
ma. Among other business matters in
Ocala, Mr. Bishop is looking after the
purchase of part of the Ocala postof-
fice fixtures, the sale of which is still
pend ing.

Mr. Lebie Landers has returned
from Jacksonville and has a position
as telegraph operator in Ocala.

Miss Mary Landers, who has been
visiting her brother. Otis Landers. in
Quincy. for the past two months, has
rr.!zrn(,d home.

Mrs. C. N. Kirkland will leave In a
day or two for her vacation, but she
has not yet decided whether to go to
Green Springs or to the mountains.

Mr. Ben Rheinauer will return from
his trip to New York and other east-
ern cities in a few days. Mr: Rhein-
auer has fully regained his health and
strength. Whil in New York he
bought an immense line of beautiful
fall and winter fabrics, both domestic
and foreign manufacture, which are
being shipped and will arrive In this
city very soon.

Mr. C. W. Perkins of the Logan' Coal
& Supply Co.. is in the city, looking
after the matter of the paving con-
tract with the city for his company.

Col. A. G. Bigelow of Rockwell.
manager for the Dunnellon Phosphate
Co.. is in the city a guest of the Ocala
House. -

No matter how long you have suf-
fered. Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen. of
Wayne, W. Va.. writes: "I was a
sufferer from kidney disease, so that
at times I could not get out of bed.
and when I did I could not stand
straight, I took Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured me entirely." It will
cure you. Sold by all dealers.
Dr. S. T. Carswell, after two weeks
of sickness, is up again, but not yet
able to resume his practice.

Mrs. D. C. Edwards, of Ocala. is a
visitor in the city, and Is pleasantly
located at the Aragon hotel. She has
a host of friends and acquaintances in
Jacksonville, and is being well enter-
tained while here.-Jacksonville Me-
tropolis, 16th.

A. P. Stucky of Ocala. is again in
the city enjoying the company of his
many friends. He is at the Park Ho-
tel.-Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mr. W. H. Ritchie was a passenger
on the Clyde Liner Arapahoe. which
broke her tail shaft off Hatteras and
drifted dangerously near the breakers.
but was finally towed safely into
Charleston Harbor.

Miss Ruby Culbreath left Saturday
to visit relatives in Ocala for a week
or ten days.-Tampa Times.

Mrs. L. A. Carter and daughter.
Miss Artle Marlow, have returned from
their visit to Pablo Beach.

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 2. cents a bottle. Sold by all
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your inon leaf hoete for vmur in-










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The sensation in motor cars for

1910-Chalmers-Detroit There is

no need to say anying for this car

Write T. & ADERIWfHY,

Orlando, Florida.
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On Fort King avenue, one of the most
modern and convenient residences in
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-
On Monday. August 23rd, the Sea-
board will rua an excursion from
Ocala to Fernandina and return for
SI for the round trip. Train will
leave Ocala at 6 a. m. and returning
will leave Fernandina at S p. m. A
Pullman chair car will be attached
and reservations in same can be had
by applying to the city ticket agent's
office. H. C. Raysor,
City Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla.


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Many people o nat maned g hut
most people do.
You may be one at the maulmty.
There are two ways of indmBg ot.
One-await for time aad diee to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about t.
Wo Can Tel You whether r or mt ym
need thLe. DI. D6 3. L DON ,

Office hours: 9 to 10 a.. L a" 1:M
to 4:3 p. UL Optical ed a4M lab-
oratory, room and 4 Guy hIlsI.
Not a sintagle phaoe mha b d in a
house in Ocala. A telephee s tt
than Iunme. In S am at --m-nm o

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MW. TM OElTE TEAR EMNDUM JOH R. DEWEY, Hints on Beautifying Homes With
Trees and Shrubs.
Leal C --U d5 Rlales 2 Per Day Rcatea, Fra --

Is on every *zapp r of Do
ery because a full list of inu
in plain English. More toh
its superior worth as a blo

the cure ot stomach disordc
Thorough Preparation of the &oil Very rTe-down system as no oth
Important-Cut All Plants Back So- The active medicinal prince
verely Except Evergreens-Suitab:e Seal and Queen's root, StoI
We m prepared to fill your orders for cement work. of whatever kind. Trees and Shrubs to Plant. and Black Cherrybark ar
1Matufatut'ers of element brick, bu ilding blocks, hexagon and octagon It is natural that preo,e living by mentally pure, trpl -VtPm
Meshk a Id all kinds of paving materi al. We employ skilled workmen and the seas sound s irt in Snd to Dr. R. V. Pie
ow M O loo. the ase od as inturted in pe.- whiu e
Tnmsuary qw rtai, phone 25. beautifying their homis with trep and which quotes extracts fro
shrubs as those who liv i:ji~nd. on such as Drs. Bartholow, 1
JAMES R. MOORHEAD. MGR. attemriting to grow plant-, near the host of others, showing th
salt water many se-a ie lw;.:; bayv for their curative action in
been much disappointed to find their panied by indigestion or dy
efforts vain; have seenw ,arefuiy complaints and in all "Wa
FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE planted trees ard ..rul.s d i,.I. ii!'. d by flesh and gradual running d
the salt spray and f,,. lilrhhrn t.1
The Beautiful pieces by heavy winds. Trn 1 iy flying
sand or shriveled up In tho: srrilp soli. The Gwd M"
ay d White Sulphur Springs Hotel :rolem:seasle lnti:is
Ha oW White lp~h f Springs Hotelwhich should b giOren ss.peial ,cnsid- so vI090 ate as
ration by landscape archit-v. .g g.q r- .* f a
"Lamd of the Sky" WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Altitude 2,850 Feet deners and those Inter.dsted'in beauti- t
On the Southern Railway, one tour from Asheville. Capacity 250 guests. flying the home grounds. The writer blotheA s p pla
No eoasumptives. Hot and Cold Efulphur Baths, Music, Bowling and Tennis'. has had an opportunity to study sea-
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For shore conditions governinia plant
latormatio address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenil- growth on the coasts of Maine and *
worth Inn, AshevillUe.) Massaehu.wtts. In lands'ale work on In treating old nning son
_______________________________________________ Long Island with Mr. Henry Hicks. an;
authority on this suhbjc-t. and in a sist I Dr. Pierce's All-Healing S
InS; to'make a landac:ilI report on stock, send fifty cents im
1 "* @ @,*t* i*J >*@@@ !OgitCOfr:0:0::t> S!laekwells Island. New York city. gical Institute, Buffalo, N.
ROLLINS COLLEGE theet iportnt re you by return post.
quirements for seaside Jil:, arp:
S0FLORIDA` OLD EST COLLEGE (1) The choice of plants tit are harOv Yyu can't afford to a
FLORIDA under senshore condition: (12i a thcr medicine OF KNOWN COM
COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION, outh preparation of the s. !i. v-iich make'a little bigger profit
iACOunderI sb-and andis : ou!d be th maked aite bigger pou
PINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND *NDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND usually s tad ane slourt e mxl can't afford to experiment
with one-half to three-fourthbs per cent r w __
BUIO91E8'" <>of well rotted barnyard manure or for ,itot arfmatt.
Carmegie Banl ad third men's dormitory now completed; electric else should be removed alto e:her and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Eight, sateaa ad r fraceb heat; large faculty; perfect health condi- fine. rich loam substituted. the depth! Sugar-coated tiny gramnle
tUon; fine sympn num, athletic fields,. boating, tennis courts, golf links: of preparation heing about three feet: gar-COate', ty granules
baseball. football and basketball teams champions of Florida in 1909. ( cln. planting, so that the trees ani
Nearly a quarter ft a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate; may afford each other mutu
scholiarshps available; Christian but undenominational; stands for shrubs may afford each other mutual
protection--Isolated or scattered plants
c Lu cR :*: *CULTU :.- C0NDCU' are almost sure to fali: 1 plant more STREET TREES AN ASSET.
Shady things in exposed sni>ts. les!
For Catalogue Address the President: hardy in more sheltered positions; (5 i1 Next In Aesthetic Importance to High
Sometimes an artificial shelter of Class Architecture.
Win. IF. e m, aC ia D., o Wllue" Psrk F1 boughs or planks may .e needed t-, Next to high class architecture a
-- **give the plants a start: ('t provid- town or city's chief asset should Ile la
.,, Ogood winter protection of strawy ma- Its street trees. While architecture
nure and in some cases leaves or may claim first rank, that city is most
evergreen boughs. : beautiful which Is possessed of the
*--------------------- *-*** p* gi0< s0.* 0For holding banks near the sea and ,greatest number of suitable street
to prevent sand drifting Mr. Henry trees But a few days ago an eastern
Hicks recommends pi'th pine and red woman visiting In Los Angeles was
SI AA cedar. Beach grass and rd oak are heard to say. "I think Salt Lake City
IE'S LV s W ITT L LE BONANZA also found in nature serving these pur- is the most beautiful place west of the
poses in a most satisfactory way. It Mississippi It has so many faely
S S. E. R1E, FnRIETm OCALA, FLORMIA Is often possible to fill In later, after planted trees."
these plants are established, with oth- Viewed from th heights on any side,
er very hardy trees and shrubs. This where detail Is lost and the composite
ALL KINDS OF should at leasq be tried. since thli'k whole is considered, no place of like
planting Is the key to success. Mr. size in California Is more beautiful
FrWh Meats oGroer-ee, Chickens, Eggs, Etc. Produce Both Hicks says. "Plant thick and cut back than Riverside, the Forest City. and
severely." Evergreens, of course. must street trees are its chief asset Wher-
ugh~t and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Most Comn- not be cut back. lie also mentions In ever we hear an opinion expressed re
plite Plame of Its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled and Right a recent letter that le hna seen brush, garding a beautiful city we may note,
used to fill in a depression caused by if we but listen, that some remark As
Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in Conneection. First Class the wind blowing out the sand. the made about street trees. Every vi-
Meals and Reasonable Beard to Weekly Customers brash being carefully staked down.- itor to Europe. commenting on the fae
The result of this was that thpe sand cities, does not leave off enumeratlng
drifted about In the brush and nearly the chief charms until be has spoken
filled the hollow aanin. This treat- of magnificent avenues and boulevards
Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought ment. combined with judiieaous plait- lined with trees. None Is mentlomed
Ing, would probably briWg the drifting that Is not tree lined. When one cou-
and Sold. sand under compete centreol elders both the aeethette and ecoamde
-. Following Is a list of trees and value of trees It is hard to realize that
shrubs suitable for sensi 4 planting: we have people who do not like them.
Very hardy-Bayberry., b-ach plan. There are those who really would
Telephone No. 11s1 P. Box No. 652 sea buckthorn. yucca, woodbine or Vir- rather see bare streets than well plant-,
ginia creeper. wild cherry. tamarisk. ed ones. To some these persons are
tWo n 10 N" N --lSft S Ie < American holly (hardy as far north as objects of pity. but to a majority they
------ ----------. ...s... *ajib Long Islando, many of the willows.aI but Invoke disgupt by a presentation
--------------------04red cedar, pitch pine. blaR-k spruce (es- of their views.-Los Angeles Times.
pecially near ocean marshes,. black
oak. post oak. choketerry. beach Trees as Sanitary Agents.
grass. bearberry, black hucklhlerry, When City Forester Prost of Chicago
false heather and shining sumac. delivered his maiden speech the other
Less hardy-Scrub o:k. scarlet oak. j day as the city's spokesman on tree
lT W 1 T | chebstnut oak, Norwar maple. re I ma- and shrubbery planting before the
pie. American white birch.b, h!orse chest- VWoan'ws club of Esther Falkea stela
nut. western catalnpa. plane trwo. honey settlement, he said:
locust, white spruce. Austrinn pine. "More can be urged for a tree than
a nmmugho pine. sweet lay. "iier. Euro- that It Improves the beauty of a thor-
S JAU3WuU1 It TJUIlE sS pean barberry. Her.uleh .',b. C.ilifor- oughfare. It Is a distinct sanitary
nTaprivet, marsh elder. pur>le frince. agent. W.A. Murrell in one of the Cor-
uai s1 IA R UnD 3 right honeysuckle. c:cks; ur thrn. nell buletlns contends that the trees
1 U pe- DayB f- IIw A. P high bush blueberry, sa-s:e fr:as. pep- add to the healthfulness of a city or
Amerc. fE -peridge. bittersweet and blacklerry. town by cooling and purifyilng the air.
All of these are hardy ats for north ns It also cuts off direct and reflected
5N* rurE ro Long Island and the majority to Maine. rays of the sun. The tree absorbs tI-
-Stanley F. Morse In Country Gentle- curious gases and gives off osygea
T man. which humans must have."
Scheme to Boom Trade. Take Kodol at the timrs when you
The New York Industries as'",~ittin f,,,l what you have eaten Is not digest-

STIC had a meeting recently to plln a boom ing. Kdiol digests what you eat so
L for metropolitan merchandi-e through- you can fat sufficiently of any good,
out the country. The impIl:.evet by w'h,, som l fod, if you will Just let
the Ink of the printer. the colors -,f IAW HATES
the painter, the personal efforts of the vi (a
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED dealer and the coaching of the travel- ?MAn.,nuA AIR Am h
ing men who go out of the city to talk -
New York first, last and all the time '$17.95--Black Mountain, N. C., and re-
SPloid and W ed ian Limited This is regarded as about th- first coo- turn. 'hautauqua. July 12. 19. 26.
session the city has ever made that 31. August 9, 16, 21, 25. Uimlt
she Is not sutficient all to herself. .pt ,4
ad New Yok and Florida Expess enter 'tht ar" $10 San Francisco, Ca and re-
N'ew York and orio oa Expressthreatening her sul-ro'ray a- a buy- Iurn. -nr- way via Portland). July
I t ) >, j pt. 3". inclusive. Limit Oct.
Ing and trafficking lace. nud the In- ?,,v,-s.
to the East dustries association is deterind tO $95.0-Seattle, Portland, Toma,
toth Eat use all the ser-ice the rress azent tan Vancouver, Victoria. Everett, New
afford In meeting the compctiti"n. Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July I to
To Protect Trees From L:ve Wires. 1 ot- "0, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Injuries to street trees by wires are R
To the many. Often dead wires attnhcb.ed to Above R Yates Open to the P T ublicA
trees come in coutact with live o HENRY RAYSO C. P. T. A.
D0e o M o tndoery Rall sthow ex: rati iwers C" M. DICKERSON. T. P.CALA, .
w of destruction. There Is !i'tle CT TAMPA, FLORIDA.
r6 iL l D9 66 go..h :, cuse for the attichlnsg of any wre to,
U Ro uteSou, O hUin Atlantic Route a tree. yet the very un-ightvly anchr LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
poles and wire, lead imany r.,pert.y ATLANTIC COAST LINE
PMMM E 4 et Sl8eping Cars to New York Louisville, Cin innati, Chica owners to enzent t the u~ e I rf e l--
street or garden tree -as rchors $83.30-$104.65-Los Angeles and San
S. L is, Atlimta and Intewoediate Points. Where this is d 'ne tl.I.k' '-f weod Fran a. o,, sale various dates.
..... .. TLmit to-tct,'br ZL Variable routes

ctor PSee's Go M cl i .
gredients composig WitmMl dki ,.

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rs and al liver is I up
er tonic can i ich~ cohol M M d.
iples of native roos Such oe S
ne root and Mandrake root, Sbodot
cxttActcd and preserved by the ium
ed glycerine.
rce at Buffalo, N. Y., for vfw o
n well-recognzed media authorides
King, Scudder, Co, Ellingwood aa
at these roots can be depended dpda
all weak states of the stom ach ccm-
spsi as well a in all billions or liver
stang dipeses" where there is loss of
down of the strength and system.


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the where as3 TrM al akinm af f

es, or ulcers, it is well to insurem their
alve. If your d,1agist don't halppea 4
oAt~gc stamps to Dr. R. V. piercer Inli..
Y., and a large box of the "'MA -481

ccept a swwe nostrum as a substitute for i
osmoN, not even though the urgest deAit
. Though he ofn e t sei tiuile f er v le-
with yor health. Go *here they give ypei

Pellets r a and invigorate stomach, Ever

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i warthK eL hmmp the do.m at po W h
by iminin good digstiOm. Kodol cps DRap

Kodo. l ean od digetlom ny
absolutely dpaIIctnr Nature's
ormal proco la n perfectly digeat-
lag al food take laInto the stm-
While Kodol Is dongc this, the
stomach a resting-and becoming
strong and healthy. A strong aad
bhalthy stomach ruartes
sound and active brain.
The man with a saond stomach
-- stomach that s doing for the
It to do-Is the mas who It always
-rearnd for ay emetwmcy. He
tIs "there with the Mood."
The man with a sick atoch, to
a ma ifk all over. When the
tomach Is Irritated by undlsted
food. the blood and heart are di-
rectly affected. Them dullaneo. -
vertigo ad tatnttag spells, aad
oven serious brals trouble develop.
Kod.o will prevent these.
nrrln tU stomawkch ad bW-

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