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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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03248
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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BRAVE BUT USCn gP9e BATTLE

Of an Eightea--Yer-OMd Against
the Whirlpaol Rapids Bolew
Niagara Falls


Niagara Palls, N. Y- Aug. 17.-Au-
gustus Sporer, an 18-year-old boy of
this city, went to his death today in


Seattle, Aug. 1i.-Gov. Albert W. the whirlpool rapids after a gallant
Gllchrist, of Florida. was the most no- battle with the giant waves between
table speaker at today's session of the the lower bridges and the pool With
American Prison Congress. speaking three companions, Sporer went for a
at length on "Prison Reform in the swim in the river. He struck out at
routh." The report of the special onae for the middle of the stream and
committee on parole of life prisoners thea turned toward the bridges.
was read by Chairman T. D. Wells of His companions called to him to
kHartford. Conn. turn back, for the current is very
'm r. President and Members of the swift at that point, but he kept on
National Priso Association of the down stream and was caught in the
United States: As governor and ggeat sweep, the first break from the
chairman of the Board of State In- smoother water to the rapids.
stitutions of the State of Florida, The boy struggled for a time against
which board has full supervision of the current, but to no avail. Then.
the prison affairs of the state, and as realizing that he was beyond human
chairman of the Board of Pardons, It help and was to be carried through
becomes my privilege and pleasure to the rapids which took the life of Capt.
-address you in reference to the prison Webb and which have resisted every
conditions of our state. unaided human effort at passage, he
As many of you know. Florida con- deliberately turned down stream and
tinues what is known as the lease began a grim fight for life.
system. Our prisoners are now leas- Not in all the history of the river
ed to a strong company owning many has such a brave effort been witness-
hundred thousand acres of tiUmber ed. Although but a frail boy, he went
lands, operating saw mills and tur- Into the rapids swimming strongly
pentine farms. While using most of and held his own until the giant wave
the prisoners, they sub-lease some of which curls up opposite the Old Bat-
them to be employed in phosphate tery elevator. Then he went under
mines and on turpentine farms and in and for a second was lost to sight of
saw mills. This company owns pine a score of people who stood on the
lands, saw mills and turpentine farms lower arch bridge. Again and again
throughout the state. Should it be- he disappeared, only to reappear fight-
come advisable, their own business is .ing desperately against the terrible
of sufficient proportions to employ all current. Then when within 300 yards
the convicts leased by them. They of the whirlpool his strength gave out
will. however, probably sub-lease some and he sank pad was lost to view.
of them. I can give you no more au- Even then he had swum perhaps 100
thoritative idea of the restrletiont im- yards farther than did the great Eng-
posed upon the lessee and of the lease lish swimmer, Capt. Webb.


.system itself, than oy quoting from
the contract made with the lessees.
This contract provides that the pris-
oners shall not "be worked or made
to labor before sunrise or after sun-
set. not more than ten hours on any
one day. or be made to work on the
Sabbath day.'
"No prisoner shall be permitted to
leave the stockade before sunrise and
must be returned by sundown; provid-
ed. however, that the prisoner. If he
so desires. may make satisfactory
terms between himself and the lessee.
and work overtime, the prison to re-
ceive compensation therefore, and the
conditions to be approved by the com-
missioner of agriculture."
As a matter of fact the prisoners
are usually given certain tasks, some
of them finishing them easily by Fri-
day of each week, in such cases hav-
ing Saturday either to work for pay,
or to rest; In most cases they all com-
plete their work in time to have Sat-
urday afternoon.


0 mee No. jI; The contract provides that the les-
see "shall provide each and every
ORIDA such prisoner comfortable quarters
and lodging, good and comfortable
clothing, including bedding and blank-
(IMID ets, necessary medicine and medical
JIwuAI attendance and proper personal care;
their allowance of food and clothing,
- --U -R including bedding and blankets, to be
O8ED prescribed by the board of commis-
sioners of state institutions of said
state, from ,time to time." This board
OCALA, ILA. consists of the governor and every
member of the cabinet.
"These prisoners shall be furnished
iE IS L with separate iron cot bedsteads of
certain prescribed dimensions. Each
SNOP bed shall have a good clean mattress
and pillow. atso three pillow cases.
-t as four sheets and two pair of blankets.
There shall be kept in stock at each
prison camp at all times for the use
Sof of the Drisoners not less than three
h modern ap-
dtim, eCtr l suits of stripes, three suits of under-
I clothing, including socks, two pairs of
at Al T21e shoes. one hat, two night shirts for
cx. each and every prisoner located at ev-
cry prison or camp."
The lessees provide for each prison
uu camp a physician to "examine, treat
JLP AI and care for and watch over all and
each of such prisoners received and
EC-rTOS kept by them, and will secure his reg-
ular attention, examination, treatment
J --- and care ot them In such manner and
of such frequency and fidelity as may
SUib L. Ow be satisfactory to or prescribed by the
e. board of commissioners."
The lessees are required to "provide
niI a central- hospital, or hospitals" the
M id embal- location to be designated by the com-
arrataed. missioner of agriculture, the hospital
t to be "fully equipped" with beds hav-
ing 'comfortable springs": to be also
F I S, roughly equipped with a dispens-
ary. operating room and all the neces-
M W o 9ce 0 ry drugs, surgical implements and
lrof the best other equipment and supplies incident
but fish, to a modern first-class hospital.
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COMMERCIAL STATIONERY
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. Iis
worth your while to come In. look
around, and compare prices.
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Greek Flag Will Continue to Fleet
Over Canes Unless it is Lowered
by Force
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London. Aug. 18.-A dispatch to the
Central News from Paris states that
the Cretan government has informed
the consuls of the protecting powers
Nat it will not lower the Greek flag
from the fortress of Canea that has
floated over the fortress even' since
the withdrawal of the International
troops from the island. The govern-
ment has resigned after having an-
nounged that the flag must be lowered
by force, if at all.
A Turkish fleet is now lying off the
island of Karpathos. Both the French
and British governments have urged
the Porte not to allow the fleet to en-
ter Greek waters.

TWO MILLION BOTTLES
df Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle Is
lessening suffering and helping some
human being to health and happiness!
This wonderful household remedy
stops' the pain of sprains, burns or
bruises. It relieves rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cures colds, cramps,
colic, diarrhoea. There ought to be a
bottle on your shelves just now. ready
for the first sign of trouble. The new
size bottle is 35 cents and there Is
also the 50 cent size. Be sure your
druggist gives you Perry Davis'. 2
SLICK SCHEME TO
ACQUIRE SHEKELS
Los Angeles. Aug. 18.-Charged with
one of the worst crimes against the
government, that of abstracting gold
from the mint, Charles W. Dankin of
Denver was arrested yesterday. Dan-
kin is said to have confessed. It is al-
leged that he disposed of but $600 in
gold dust which he secured by allow-
ing the molten product to splash on
his clothes, scraping it off later.


CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesyilfe. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
scription did not reach my case, and I
, took several medicines, which seemed
only to aggravate It. Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by all dealers.
SHE KEPT HIM
Seranton. Pa., Aug. 18.-William
Davis is dead and his wife dying from
'the effects of inhaling illuminating
gas. The couple were found yester-
day lying unconscious in bed and the
husband died a few minutes later. Da-
vis and his wife were married a few
months ago and according to neigh-
bors their quarrels were frequent.
Monday night the husband threaten-
ed to leave her and it is supposed the
woman turned on the -gas wVle Da-
vis slept.


REVOLTS AT dOLD STEEL
TYour 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.
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.
ACTIVE AT 87
This would be unusual news if men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment. Sold by all
druggists.
TEACHER'S EXAMINATOIN
The state uniform examination for
teacher's certificates will begin at 9
a. m. on September 7. 1909. The work
for white applicants will be conducted
at the Ocala High School building and
that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a fee
of one dollar at time of beginning and
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.
THE BEST PRurt.CiION
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OGrm Juaetkle, Ca=l., Aug. 12.-We
tok t Shore railroad from Sa
tafhelseo to Los Angeles and ae
the m of 47 ailes i 11 hours and
aw oe oft the nest and most pro-
duetl valleys in that wonderful
late of great and glorious things
when lased at In a msaterialistic light.
Per the ft 40 miles It seemed as if
,we were never oet of sight of the
sabhrbs of San FraaPelco. After the
great earthquake and Bre la that city
three years ago. people were compell-
ed to looeek elsewhere for homes and
tr-slghted real estate men saw their
oppfta&hty and took up lands along
the Southern Pacific railroad for these
pusrposs and are still at the business.
bean during the past year business
cotliamed brisk, on account of the
very high rents In the city.
In the stretch of country referred to
we passed Pal Alto, the home of the
f Amu Mtanford University, with its
million of endowments. 51 miles
south of San Francisco we enter San
Jaem. oe the most famous fruit
districts of the state, where about ev-
ery variety of fruit grown In Canfor-
nia is grown and the trees still bend-
lag under their rich. ripe fruitage.
The culture of prune sis a great In-
dustry here and for ,miles south were
to be seem fruit packing campers who
move along the fruit producing sec-
tions am the fruit ripens* for market
and they pick and prepare it for ship-
ment. Great canning establishments
are also seen at Intervals.
When you look at the forests of
truit trees your wonderr grows as to
what disposition can be made of it
during the season, but It finds a mar-
ket the world over, especially in can-
ned form and none better to be had
anywhere.
Morgan bill is a great fruit section
sad In this beautiful vadley sl the Im-
mense stock range of Messrs Lux &
Miler, with their tens of thousands of
hbadof stock, roaming over the mil-
lion of acres of foot bills and moun-
tain lands lying on either side of the
S le. These men are among the pl-
oaisf lachep of the, state and their
Sbefe,'-r headquarters farm is in the
V VileS aMd the houses and stables used
by them create quite a village. They
grow 9a the home farm, which com-
prises thousands of acres. barley and
alitsa, for their stock, conducting an
immense dairt in connection with
tmeir stock -busalnesa. "
Here In a measure fruit farming
losses and everything in the valley for
*'J.e thm a hundred mies Is barley
.mdaflaa and at the depots you see
S i grain arehouses, several
halrd feet lone1 and half as wide,
where the threshed and baled barley
18 stored for shipment The fields
were full of bollers and teams of six
.to 18 horses and mules were drawing
the product to market The remark
was general that the crop was a little
short this season, but to have seen the
Immense and numerous stacks of bar-
ley in the fields, a casual observer and
a novice to the state thought there
was a great plenty.
Japs and Mexicans are the laborers
In these fields.
At Kings City. 164 miles south of
an Prancisco. is the home of the
King Bro'. ranch, which in extent and
vastness is similar to that of Messrs.
L.n Miller. 216 mileb south sla lo-
cated the renowned Paso Robles Hot


Oprlags, a cure for every bodily Ill.
and thousands flock to this place for
Sreef..
At San Luis Obispo we struck the
seashore and from thence on we skirt
the waters of the Pacific to las An-
geles with little to relieve the monot-
eny of the miles of mountain range.
but here and there cattle ranges, tho'
sJst over this range of hjlls and moun-
tals, fertile Valleys bask in the genital
sauhine and produce under the magic
touch of Irrigation. Immense crops of
trult, barley and alfalfa. As we near
Ils Angeles, we pass Santa Barbara.
a city of 12,000 people. Ventura and
Oznard. where is located the biggest
gar mill on the Pacific coast. for

which tens of thousands of acres of
lads are devoted to the growing of
the Soccarine beet.
In meMt of this territory we had as
a traveling companion Mr. M. 0. Carr.
a comImercial salesman from San
Francisco, who was taking his vaca-
tien and as he had traveled over sev-
eral hundred miles of this trip for 15
YOM he made a most interesting and
INetructive companion.
We spent several days at Los An-
ues, the guest of our nephew, Mr. 3.
K. Bttinger and his family. As Mr.
Ilttnger was taking his vacation, he
placed at our disposal his splendid au-
tomobile and his services and we saw
the city sad country for 20 miles
am d to perfection. One day we


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no matter If the town ts Just ordi-
nary, contains a woman's department
and to see the number In the First Na-
tional the morning of our call demon-
strated they knew how to draw checks.
We* then took in suburban Holly-
wood, ten miles out toward the sea.
that a few years ago was a poor
prospect but now has 10,000 people
with all the conveniences of a great
city. with hundreds of lovely homes.
As we go to the sea this valley.


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tracks of electric roads that on a Sun-
day bring 50 .0 to 750.@ people to
the beaec to enjoy its attractions. The
place is a second edition of Coney
Island. It has a million dollar hotel
whose menu Is the equal of the best
in the world, as we tested It.
ALng Beach's history and growth lq
a blank refutation of the saying that
no reort eak, grow without the sa-
loon. There are none here: none are
permitted. Every man that buys a lot
and builds, waives all right to sell liq-
uor on that ground and In that build-
ing. forfeiting the same If he or his
levees are caught at it. The place
has graded streets and its bathing
facilities are about perfect.
We took a run across the bay to
San Pedro, the commercial port of
Los Angeles. and all that section of
country lying back of it. Here in Its
large harbor rode the American navy
that swung the world's circle last year
and to witness this array of armored
cruisers, several hundred thousand
people came to see it It is the ter-
minus of the Southern Pacific railroad
and the general government is spend-
lag millions of dollars to create a
breakwater, while through the efforts
of the Los Angeles Chamber of Com-
BITTINGER TWO
merce, the towns along the inlet lead-
ing to the greater city. are asking for
annexation, so that the government
win dredge and create a harbor at the
very doors of Los Angeles. thereby In-
creasing its already commercial great-.
ness. Wilmington. half way to the
sea. has already voted in favor of this
project, which Los Angeles will en-
force with a ten million dollar expen-
diture for a home harbor.
At Long Beach we had the pleasure
of making the acquaintance of an-
other nephew. Edward Bittinger. whom
we had not seen since a lad of five
years. He is engaged In running .a
very complete soft water laundry-to
distinguish it from the water Ocala
enjoys.
The next day we took in the San
Gabrief Mission. ten miles east of Los
Angeles, which was founded Sept 8th,
1771, by the Franciscan order and is
with one exception the oldest mission
in the state. It Is a place of great re-
sort and Is visited daily by hundreds
of persons who pay 25 cents to see its
ancient walls, strung with venerable
paintings of the apostles and the saints
and have its main historical facts told.
by young Spaniards. Thence on to
Pasadena, the handsomest town In the
world and the winter home of more
American millionaires, or any other,
for that matter, than reside in any one
spot or space on earth. It is a city of
30,0"0 people, its hotels are In the fore-
front of such hostelries, notably the
Maryland, the Raymond, the Hunting-
ton and homes that rw variety and
quaintness of architecture and In
beauty of lawns are idealistic dreams
and cost anywhere from $50.000 to it
million dollars. No words of mine can
describe its attractions and entranc-
Ing beauties.
Talk about bank buildings. The
home of the First National in Passs-
dena is a beauty. Its Interior arrange.-
ments are perfect Its vaults are large
and roomy. In one of them I saw a
cedar chest, splendidly ornamented.
and frescoed, of the sise of a modest
saratoga, containing, it was said. 4.000
of Bob Burdette's extra humorous ser-
mons, for be It known the great hawk.-
eye, Bob Burdette, humorist, has of
late years turned biblical prophet and
is now feeding biblical lore to the Bap.-
tists of Pasadena In a church that
cost a quarter of a mIllion dollars. He
is now off on his vacation and the ob-
ject of keeping his sermons in cold
storage was to have them retain their
freshness. Every bank in California,


continued.
Mr. W. H. Hocker presented to the
council certain outstanding scrip and
asked to have same paid by the treas-
urer. After having the city attorney's
opinion on the liability of the city to
pay same, It was ordered that the clerk


thousand people and all the conven-
. he .. coven- draw a warrant to Mr. Rocker in the
lences of ocean piers, vast pavionsum of 42
and dance halls and bathing I sum of $42.40 for the payment of this
and dance halls and bathing pools., fu
with a concrete sidewalk 20 feet wide scrip In full.
,Sidewalk Ordianme Can .be Enforced
that extends for over two miles along The city attorneyae a it as E l
the ocean ,beach. the home of theI The city attorney'gave it ax hl
bathers, of which the sands and water opinion that the sidewalk ordnane
were of which the sands and water n accord with the state law and can
wer a -be enforced.
In this circle we passed over the au o
tomoblle race track, an eight-mile Coucima Gt mv that the
tomobile race track, an eight-mile street committee proceed to put down
circle, where they had a 4th of July street commit pro to put down
race meet. IS machines were entered the sidewalks on North Oklawaha av-
racemeet. 15 machines were ete enue In accordance with the conneUfa
and made the circle 25 times. Th enur In acorac wi the con
record was 64 mLJes an hour and over resolution Carried.
rord was 4 es an hour and over The special committee heretofore
100.000 people witnessed it. We did a
little speed stunt ourselves over the appointed to determine what would be
the best thing to do with the city zo,
course and we flew for a mile or tw the beth to d with the city p
It is a most exhilarating experience, made the following -report:
"Your special committee recommend
with the stiff sea breeze in your face.ci
that the city zoo be disposed of at
We were shown the swell clubs ofncewith the excetion of the dee.
Los Angeles. The California with it once with the excen the deer. l
1.000 members who pay 100 a year hi we recommend be retained in
1.000 members who pay $100 a year the Iho."
dues and a cafe that is a dandy. Also The report was amended by adding
the club for the younger set, located he
in the two upper stories of the Hunt- that the entire zoo Including the par-
ington Eeotr e depot building, which aphernalia, be sold and that a special
ington Electric depot building. whi committee, consisting of Mers.
cost $150,000 to flurnish and the rental t tee Carmichael and ones, dispose
of which rooms is $5.000 a month, andIofsaid oo.
deemed cheap at that, as Mr. Hunting-.
ton went way up town, out of the bus-
iness district sih years ago, where only 11 REWARD, 100
modest homes existed, now it Is sur- The readers of this paper will be
roundedby skysrapers,pleased to learn that there is at least
The grarth of Los Angeles is so great one dreaded disease that science has
that It almost takes one's breath. been able to cure In all Its stages, and
It has lovely homes and beautiful re- that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
idence streets. In 1902 Los Angeles the only positive cure known to the
had a half million dollar courthouse medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
on the hill. It was then deemed the constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutlonal treatment. Halls Catarrh
marvel of the Pacific slope for a town ICure is taken Internally, acting direct-
of its size. 00.000. It is now being re- ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
placed by a million dollar building, Its of the system, thereby destroying the
new water system will cost foundation of the disease, and gin
new water system will cost 22 milon, the patient strength by building up the
The water supply is brought from a the constitution and assisting nature
river 200 ml!es away. It has a Christ- in doing its work. The proprietors
lan Science church under construe- have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
tion to cost $300,000. These are ust Dollars for any case that It falls to
Indications of its growth and expan- cure. Send for list of testimonials.
slon. A late election voted four mil- Address: F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, O.
lion dollars for good roads. They have Sold by druggista, tic. Take IHairs
the good road fever bad in this coun. Family Pills for constipation.
try. Bear In mind we carry a full line of
We had the pleasure Saturday aft- Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
ernoon to grasp Dr. Rena Enowden fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
and Will Sparr by the hand and say News Company.
howdy. They were tickled to death to
see us. Both are looking well. Dr. I
Snowden was getting ready to leave THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN
that night for the Alaska-Yukon-.
Pacifeic exposition. Will Sparr Is do-
ing splendidly in the fruit business.
but more about him in our next. We
took in the G. A. R. reunion at Salt I
Lake Monday and now here for a day.
where they grow Alberta peaches. 12:
of them in a row measure a yard. Nor
must we overlook Riverside, where we Our ice by our new process is froz-
spent a week, but they can rest for en at a temperature of eight to ten
our next. C. I Bittinger. degrees above zero. is as clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
guarantee it to last longer.
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP o
to three doctors; was kept in bed for BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a,
spider's bite caused large, deep sores And Not be Disappointed in Servies
to cover his leg. The doctors failed,: And Quality


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Zee Ordered Seod
M OVin Pi ures The city council of Ocala held a re
ular meeting at the council chambers
d Ili ic. on this. August 17th. 10,. wIl the fol-
lowing members present: R. T. Hel-
venston. president pro tern. presiding,
A. G. Gates, G. A. Carmichael, H. C.
The Bet of ti m i Jones. I E. Mclver and H. D. Stokes.
Sbynow Ho Pomade Building permit was granted the
Masons to erect a Masooic lodge riom
mEW P'ICuRm EViERY DAT on block 75 Old Survey. Oeala.
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT It was requested and grmtad till
Further notice by the cone that the
Program for this lmwelg i sewerage connection of the said Nel-
LEON PONCE, THE COMEDIAN lin be connected with the ety sewa
Swell without cost
LUNATICS IN POWER A permit was granted to E. T. Helt
(ull Reel) renston and W T. Gary to erect a
fawning in front of the Gary block of
HIS WARD'S LOVE Iron posts with roof of galvanized Iron
on wooden supports.
THE CURTAIN POLE erm Iaalon was granted to R. L
-- Anderson to remodel and repair his
THE ACTOR'S MOTHER building on block 45. Old Survey.
Ocala.
FREE CHAMPAGNE
REE CHAMPAGNE Councilman Gates Introduced an or-

Admission, 10 and 20 etats, finance entitled "an ordlnamee to
Amend an ordinance entitled an oradl-
Do n at 7. ance to prescribe the ire limits of the
city of Oea." BSaid ordinance was
referred to the Judiciary committee.
L W. TUI U I. rl w li l The seml-monthly pay roil of otf-
ers amounting to $38.0 and semi-
which s the home of fruits.. flowers monthly pay roll of the electric light
whh- nd tf .......... plant for $192.50 were ordered paid.M
barley and alfalfa, plats beautiful for Thr bing only two bids for the
future suburban homes and samples of I hme in only two id In for the
$100.000 and 150.000 house. also the remodelIng of the city market, the
old soldiers' home with It thousandsaid bids were rejected and the clerk
so ers hoe with I tu s Instructed to re-advertise for further
mates. makes one sit up and wonder
; bids to be considered at the regular
how It has all come about In a quarter' to b onld d t the "
of a decade. We saw cult ivated I "meeting of the council to be held on
of a decade. We saw cult e n Sept. 7th, 109.
this valley an immense field of tobac- pt' 7th 1.9
!The vacancy on the board of health
co. the property of the American To- caused by the death of Dr. Powers
bacco Company, and when It comes to. was consIdered a h Dr. Smith
fields of beans, the army ard navyws e' oldered t Dt p Smith
variety, the Golden State has the rest l
of the world beat to a stand still. To Itappearing to the council that the
city inspector. Dr. P. Guerrant, was
think of it. you just find everything In ty and had been out of the city for some
California. They say around Stockto and had been out of the sd Gty for ant
they grow sweet potatoes that fade time. the salary of the said Gerant
the memory of those of Floridas whichias milk and meat Inspector wa dis-


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In Arts and Sciences; t grcult,;
Chemkial Cvl electrical, and Me-
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Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wrte
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KENTUCKY HpRSES POR SALE
I will have a car of choice Ktutcy
bred horses at my place at KlnstON,
Pla, for sale after Aug. 2th.. I haey
spent two months around my old bome
at Lexington. Ky. selecting this s ck
from the farms. This stock bas bl
carefully elected and bought Mar s
cash direct from the stock rase.M I
am In position to save momey to pw,
chasers of good horses Alrern I.
H. WI3is, Jr., Bvtietom. Wh.

BABY MORPHINE FIENMD
are made by aB soothtin sprups N
baby medteinMe that contaln opiin
and -roties. McGee's BaW IX
conta no Injurious or rotle
drugs of any kind. A sa amd sate
cure for d isdered stemnae, hom ls
and fretfalne-ss-peadid for toetng
Infants. Sold by all druaglst

HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all klads mended or new
parts made where desired. Al saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. s1mmsp at
Tompktans & Cobb's stables.

A WEAKUNG
Is the only way to describe the peeor
child that I afflicted with wera. No
matter bow h or ow or w oft e t Iat
the worms get all the 1a1o11imt
from the iod. the child gets racti-
eally none. White's Cream Verml-
tuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
Price 25 cents a bottle. oWmy all
druggists.
FOR SALE-Parlor sulte of femtue
for 812.50; cost W new; one lafs
cook stove, good order, 5; lets of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for 91M.
W. H Clark Ocala.

The best remedy we know of In all
cases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one wwa alhaysrecomqned,
Is DeWltts KMaey and M3 Pilh,.
pills be positive that yon get De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Puls.
There are Imltatiom placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them, and if your dealer


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FEOLE EAGLE ARE AU"^ iNG A"
.The dgatm to the O.. es em-0-
t on 0 comlc Mt o every train aaA
as I S KiLLS Mosquitoes. Bedbugs are ra warmwe by the
Roaches, Moths, Wa- resident agi. Te r i the
2 ^' e" terbags. Ante, Fleasa.oca Ho- us the win
iM t Iday eveiM Destroy germs a d room G" wams' op Have Your. Lawi
been ttd up as headquarters. The
ml e at the Ocala News Co. sterilizes the eggs of p are good for a. Interest
h G r A te at ets a11 insects. a profitable meeting.
CLEANS Furniture Carpets,
I Mr. M RI B, of omai is at the Rug, Curtains, DEKLE-PERRY
pOi0tively harM lem tO Mr. J. 0. Dekle and Miss Zelma
Picture p Vat cards at the the gOOdg Perry were married at the Methodist
.C101 t111,01lM parsonage by Rev. R. H. Barnett last
.,-o evening, and left for their wedding
Spp of Sapp, Fla&, is and I ablolute p*- trip to Baltimore on the Seaboard
t sh Montesunma. Ovetitive Of all COn- train. Mr. Dekie Is one of the enter-
'tt Mo0m d tea" to pricing and jolly young merchants in
/ tlea On sew boniko dt tle
S*t e books s te man and beast. the big brick store on North Magnolia
._ street, and his bride, the daughter of
-abd Mra ,. E B. RiB of In TE To ALTL Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry. Is one of
'e at the MeWtesmma. Oeala's prettiest giris. The Star joins
4l .m with their other friends in wishing
o 4 dewi "W wer ewe Ae as0e them all happiness.
E0 Pr ft OaMT. Prime A P T
1 A. 0. "d el is at GROC('RIY HEAVY RAIL CLOSE TO OCALA
.- ------ The heavy steel rail on the Coast
1 *elaut roller top LAWYERS IN THE CITY Line railroad is being laid as fast as
A y to Dr.. W. Hood. possible, closing the gap between Ken-.
The following prominent attorneys drick, where it now reaches, on the
4 1,0*'m Alle E. Aulen of Orange Park fr) m widely scattered points in the north, to Croom on the south. The
I a1 ueat of the Montesuma. state, were in town yesterday, on bus- west coast division has been completed
Iress in chancery before Judge W. S. and it will only be a few months more fl
*iftv" p Sleem the picture puzzle Bullock: H. W. Bishop of Eustis: J. till the gap will be closed. The water-
|. 1 EL: ,, M O B. Gaines, of Leesburg; Mr. Rheinhart, melon rush delayed the work or it MM
#l, "U. Sanders of Dunnellon is of Axtell & Reinhart, Jacksonville, and would have been completed. Laying
i.''1 a'tihe Montesuma. W. R. Howard of St. Petersburg. the heavy rail will give much bet-
"fi* ter service through this territory. BREEZES FROM THE BEACH
j"" ue *.Mv et Ta m, :5c. the battle. LEON PONCE AT THE AIR DOME
d t iteb tore.. --- SHOPLIFTER ESCAPED Seabreeie. Fla., Aug. 1.-Miss Fred.
I. m Leon Ponce, one of the smnartest and S ECP
&.r C I.. Flr, Jr. of Belleview, I wittiest black-face comedians in the Mary Young, the negro woman sent die Foy arrived at the Daytona Beach
21001 of th M Ucountry. will be at the Air Dome this up about a year ago for shoplifting In hotel Sunday for a two week's stay.
Sand every other evening this week. Rheinauer's store, escaped from the Miss Foy always spends her vacations
thg' eslp jut weeel~vd at tle Don't fall to see him. He is funny Marion Farms this morning. Ehe at the beach and she has many friends
we ( ePt nom m. busine man forgetcame through the city and was trailed who anticipate her visits.
enough to make a b"''ness man forget 0 0 0
-.v C, -. M. Weely ame up from sum- the first of the month. And there will by p uwtl they reahedihe The bridge devotees of the beach
I..r .e tdac be three full reels of fine pictures, p where she entered a carriage,
SUay be three full reels of fne pictures.e ^welcome into their circle Mrs. J. B.
themselves worth the price of thk probably a hack driven by aonted- Cutler of Crystal River. Mrs. Cutler
, o ho crate. It is not probable that she canCutler of Crystal River. Mr Cutler
I, W -A lar s nature cloa (show. P e I no t p tha h a has taken rooms at the Seaside Inn
at it s long remain at large. This is the wo-
for the month of August.
. waraEAGLES, ATTENTION man whose thefts were discovered by he o .
'l t. Waitre t '"istlake. was a r. M. M. Little.
MieBsi. w Ito town today. Members of Ocala Aerie 1814 are re- Mrs. A. B. Efird of Leesburg, pleas-
quested to be at Yongels Hall at 8:16, antly known In Ocalas s an aunt of
...o a d .._; - ur ess sharp this evening, to attend to busi- Mesdames Hocker. Duval and Mote,
t-t cum A Janft r p Srise 5 news connected with the state conven- The first game this afternoon result- has Joined Mrs. T. P. Drake at Day.
I'- A io.r ed In a score of 7 to 0 In favor of Or- tona Beach. Mrs.' Efird will remain
A oA w shipment at 'pera de. cream lando. at the beach through September.
.4- a atA cout ptllaM Mrs. R. R. Carroll and Merris went
Betart aem i today to Woodmar this afternoon to spena a A NEW AUTOMOBILE Mr. B. T. Adams spent Sunday
;. 'Okw b s d s ee.al days few wee. s In their little cottage which night at the Daytona Beach hotel with
Shas ust been complete and furnish- Mr. Richard Hall has received a his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Edwards.
*Hrl'^ '' 'ed. Mr. Carroll went to spend the handsome new O-horse power Cadilae m
___"_"_ s two night with them. automobile touring car. K Miss Joele Bullock, who has been the
bsqu os two have delightful guest of Miss Julia Stewart.
t,,, 24 Watnl3 StML I have for sale a fine paya moving MR. SANDERS WILL OPEN wlU leave Th y for Gainesville.
Splcture and vaudeville show In Jack- A TAILORING BUSINESS where she will spend a few days with
MA rK. m ~ak h tle came up sonville, a money maker and a bargain. Mr. Brit Sanders of this city, whose her brother, Mr. Harry Bullock.
44 me rllag Sea Stanmon to spend Owner, has other business that com- business is at Hernando, left today for *
S" pels him to leave city. Address or Mr. u. T. Sistrunk is spending the
Iin s wire, Jasper IL Walker, Jacksonville, Chicago. and from there win go to week-end with -his family who ar,
:, Fla. New York city and will be absent for week-end wih his family, who a
4 ;:'Y AX=-^ 4 ', 5-eoet cottage In several weeks. Mr. Sanders will buy summering in the Comanche cottage.
,l hood. Apply to X. ., FOUND-The best rooming house In a big stock of piece goods and ppon
Da .m e reJacksonville to be the Acme Hotel.t- Mr. Fred Lovell, formerly of ala,
owned by F. V. Dunn. from Boston, hi but now of wanfordu spent the week-
.ber, clerk of thcity of D an d managed by CoL V. hipman. tailoring busine in Ocala as well as but nw of Sanord spent the week
,'I te, we in the city yesterday and All outside rooms, clean beds, large Herriando. Mr. Banders has been in end at the Daytona Beach Hotel.
W -adao s a pilemant caB. rooms. All ears from depot pass our this business for a number of yeMar Wila en F la
4 : -, *hotel, corner Bay and Julia streets. Mr, William Henry Fuller leaves
-- ort We Call and see the colonel, and has been unusually succ ul. the morning for home, after a pleasant
the Court Pharmacy. Wehis grandmother
t f. ., aR .n deliver yeer pre- o matter how long you have sut- Mr. J. G. Lege will soon have his two weeks spent with his grandmother
Ip"e': PI'Ui *Y. feared, Foley's Kidney Remedy will handsome launch ready to float, which and sisters.
benp you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen, of ""
It .: hre lp AI n a ltors oP- Wayne, W. Va., writeS: "I was a he is building at his home at Woodmar. The many Ocala friends of Mr. Har-
ei' r : t f Dumelloea, Is a guest at the sufferer from kidney disease, so that Mr. Lese is doing the work himself ry Thompson will regret to learn that
)a .,i- t time I culd not get out of bed, and never was a boat built in a better his mother died very suddenly in
::,a *nd when I did I could not stand style. North Carolina Saturday of heart fail-
: u sa th new v ibe straight, I took Floley's Kidney Rem- urNorTh rains be o ught
*a'' ..'Tl sem the new vwible Pay- edy. One dollar bottle and part of the ure. The remains will be brought
,." >.'~ wt R. B? C. DCo., sc& second cured me entirely." It will Dr. A. R. Toph came down last night home for burial.
......... cure you. Sold by all dealers, from Jacksonville and will. spend a * *
S: week or two with his son, Mr. Guy A few days ago lightning struck the
- B ^ 'J. -a MM. J. J. WIUllams of Ho- There were 44 arrivals at the Mon-
-"n of" Ho Tr wr 4 s t t M Toph of the Montezuma. The doctor scrub near Port Orange bridge, on the
**a g" a's g1ets of the Montezuma teumna yesterday. This house has will look on while the boy spends a beach side. and for two days volumes
HL.'\*-. i, never enjoyed a better summer's bus-.
.*a neve en oy a bette sers slot of his money In the substantial of smoke Issued from the burning
nes tt ha it s the g g hsrts your improvements that are going to be brush. Though several houses were
rh"- ro g lareu of t moked h iurt s. d made on the hoteL In danger, none were lost.
'" e f a St e of s e gla Tshe 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and
t. '.~intsr~le The Pestoffice DrnSgs


Mrs. Sedgewick fell out of a second- Mr. S. T Sistrunk has returned from One of the largest beach picnics this
S.i story window at their home In the a few days visit to his family at Sea- summer was given last Wednesday at
: fh -' blotlhers of Jackksonvllle. third ward. yesterday. Dr. Dolzier was breeze, who are occupying a cottage Beabreese. The pavilion under the
a J. O, J. H. and L .V., are all called in and found that the little one there for the summer. windmill was profusely decorated for
'at the Moatestma. was not seriously hurt, though she had the occasion and each of the many at-
a severe Jar. Masons meet Thursday night, tendants had a jolly time. At eleven
"ate Kodol at the times when you -- o'clock all went swimming and several
wf. I wat you hae eaten Is ot diest- Mr. C. H. Dame and family have re- snap shots were taken which will be
m eat datelentlty of any good. turned from their summer outing. kept as souvenirs of the day. Dinner
i a-sMine ood. It you will ust let Mrs. Dame and little daughter have was spread picnic style and was fol-
di'pl f lll G old by all druggists, been in the North Georgia mountains, lowed by a very clever contest.
Qualgo sa rlbut Mr. Dame, the pest few weeks.
has been in the DeSoto sanitarium in Mr. Meffert lft yesterday for a visit
.' f % tu i ty spreaey on the Jacksonville. and he is not entirely to his old home in Michigan. Mrs.
I 'tht Magnolia stree 'dilzond as the well yet. Meffert and her two daughters have
to, pj; gone to the lake for the remainder of
Miss Pannie McIntyre, of Jackson- the summer.
1 h I atIto aPLA l tCHELL viiille, a very pretty young lady. Is via-
'-" NC. '% guaranteed to c-re ma- citing Miss Edna Culverhouse for a Miss Mildred Sumner, deputy clerk
3,140 dulls and fever. Price 25 cents few weeks. of the circuit court. left today for
1!l. 0ett0e. Ask your dealer; he'll Dade City to spend ton days with her
The Ocala House has 34 arrivals parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sumner.
"1 "-,, 'f ImN leaves tonight for yesterday and with the large number
t vi r T'sh to buy fall and of guests already in the house, the big 'Mr. G. A. Carmi(hael and Mrs. Cul-
." ,n afr ftr t' e Globe hotel was filled almost to overflowing. Th Proof S w & verhouse and three children left today
rtn'.rt ".,m for their summer's vacation. Mr.
ftWgt. Z tft bkfty Rsers, the Mr. W. N. Hunt of Wellborne, Fla., Carmichael will go to Union Springs.
j'. t 4 at, swle, euy little liver and little daughter, who have been Ala.. for most of the time. about six
r41 A wI y m alWays depend visiting Mfr. and Mrs. C. S. Strickland o g wppk,. Mrs. Culverhouse and the
,e' -t's Ctare 1e Witch at the Palmetto Park Stock Parm. re- children will go to Glenwood. Ala, and
'-il d e-s good for plies, turned home yesterday. W 41 j will go to Montgomery later on. They
17. t b. all w4 *b will b,, absent for two months.
Mr. Wilbur Smith, who is in the to Cn .X
'l, W AWAY'White Mountains of New Hampshlre. Wm Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flnkernagel.
writes his father, Mr. E. C. Smith, who have been making Orala th-ir
SU AT that it Is so cold there he has to wear in ome for the past year. have gne to


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REPAIRING ANI TIRE VULCANIZIN, 0-o .
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FRESH MEATS AM VEGETUiS
Wester Beef, Via Florida Stall Ved Be@
Muttoa, Armour's Star BHam Aramour's P
SausageD Cabbage, Rutabga Turnip, Beet.,
Sweet Potatom Irish Potato. Spanish Okim

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HOUSE TO RENT
On Port King avenue, one of the most
modern and convenient residences la
the city. Apply to 129 Fort King av-
enue.
Mr. Chas. T. Curry. of Bradentown,
is at the Ocala House. Mr. Curry was
formerly a citizen cf Ocala.

Mr. Fleming. who has been superin-
tendent of the Ocala Iron Works for
several years, together with Mrs.
Fleming and children, left Tuesday
for Cleveland. Ohio, where they will
make their home.

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NOTICE FOR BISn TO RUEODEL
THE CITY MARKET
Notice Is hereby gives that the
7th day of September. A. D. INM. at
the regular meeting of the ety ses -s ,
of the city of Oesaa. lmwrida, iN fr
the remodeling of the city market at
the said city, according to plls an
specifications now on e W I the ed
clerk's office oat sad city, wlb he --
sidered by he saM eemeR: sa:
council reserving the riht to agat
or reject any of. saiMd bids: M, i
to be in writing and ed with the My
clerk on or before the saM ?th Odl W
September, A. D. IW. J. M. MeLRt
President of the City COeag.
Attest: H. C. 81struak,
City Clerk of the City f Ocass.

SEABOARD AIR UNE,
EXCURSION TO PERMAlNA
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Ocala to Fradds aad ras M
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR
Tax Deed Under Seotien 8 of Chap.
tr 41, Laws of Florida.
'Notice Is hereby given that B. E. Ray-
sor, purchaser of tax certificates Nos
IM. 163, 1(4, dated the 3rd day of June
A. D. 1-7, has filed said certificates lr
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue In accordance
with law. Sald certificates embrace
the following described property sit-
uated In Marion county. Florida. to-
wit: Corn 11.63 chs s of ne cor ol
nw% of gwk see 26 tp13 r 2;. thence
w 411 ftn a 10 ft e 415 ft s 210 ft: als(
con 4132% ft n of sw cor of itw r se(
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ft s 64 ft w 1020 ft and also con
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tp 13 r 21 thence a 3.16 chs e 6.32 chi
n .16 ch. w 6.X2 chs less those part
redeemed. The said land being assess
ed at the date of the issuance of sucl
certificates i the name of Richard
Woodward. R. S. Winny. Andersov
Jones. Unless said certificates shal
be redeemed according to law. ta:
ded will Issue thereon on the 20th da;
of August A. D. 199.
Witness my officail signature and
seal thais the 16th day of July. A. I
190. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clk Circuit Court, Marion Co, Fla

FIR WOOD--F;RE W00


PMNAL SYSTEM OF FLORIDA

(Continued from First Page.)

and management of said hospital as
may be prescribed by the board of
commissioners of state Institutions."
There will be deducted from the
amount due" by the lessee. "the time
lost by each Inmate qf said hospital."-
The lessee pays "all expenses of con-
ducting and maintaining said ho-
pital." The commissioner of agricul-
ture selects a physician at the central
hospital or hospitals.
The lessee "shall establish In such
stockkade. when practicable, water
works and sewerage system for sani-
tary purpose,. at their own expense.
the commissioner of agriculture to Oe-
cide the question of practicability." As,
a matter of fact. bathing facilities are
established at every camp or stockade.
"At each camp a vegetable garden
shall be maintained for furnishing
sufficient vegetables for the prison-
ers."
All the camps ".shall be built and
maintained upon plans and specifica-
tions approved by the commissioner
of agriculture and the board of com-
missioners of state institutions." Pro-
vision Is made for securing full de-
scription of the prisoners, marks, pho-
tographs and other means.
"The lessee shall enforce such reg-
ulations as may be prescribed for the
health, humane treatment and safe
custody of the prisoners. The wardens.
captains and guards shall always be
subject to the approval of the com-
missioner. Any guard shall be remov-
er upon his request.
Heretofore the state has been leas-
ing ill of its prisoners, including wo-
men. and the old and infirm. Upon
the recommendation of the commis-
sioner of agriculture and of the gov-
ernor, the legislature of 1909 appro-
priated $50,000 and directed the board
of commissioners of state institutions
to purchase not less than 500 acres.
suitable for a penitentiary and state
prison farm. The commissioners were
"directed to withhold from lease all
females, the aged. diseased, crippled.
deformed and all other prisoners who.
in the discretion of said board are not
suited to perform manual labor." This
will serve as a nucleus for the state
penitentiary. The number of prison-
ers now handled in Florida ranges
from 1700 to 1750. The death rate is
12.60 In 1907 to 11.30 In 1908 per thou-
sand. "In most cases the prisoners
die from the effect of diseases con-
tracted before entering the state pris-
on." This death rate is less than
what it is in some insurance companies
In which, of course, they pick their
members. The United States census
of 1900, volume 3. page 56, registration
area United States. embracing the
New England states, New York. New
Jersey. Michigan and the District of
Columbia, the death rate is 17.8 per
thousand.
Our prisoners work In the open air
and in the open sun. They also enjoy
conversation and singing and music
among themselves. At night, the ne-
groes make the camps ring with their
songs. None of them are shackled
The following is the death rate as I
have been able to secure the nec3-
sary information:
For 1907: Florida. 12.60: Louisiana
18.50: Indiana. 15.37; Virginla. 14.46:
Connecticut. none. Mississippi. 20.42:
New Jersey, 9.90; South Carolina.
35.28. For 1908: Florida. 11.30; Lou
islana. 18.50; Indiana. 11.60: Virginia
13.08: Connecticut, 16.10: Mississippi
15.06; New Jersey. 14.50: South Caro-
lina. 22.25. For the two years, 190O
and 1908. Tennessee, 5.72; Michigan
7.90: Alabama. 44.45.


It might be interesting to knov
some of the detailed statistics as t'
our prisoners. During the year 1909
1856 were handled, 28 of whom died
There were committed during the year
446; white females, none; white males
75: colored females, 15: colored males
r 356. Of this number, only 127 weri
natives of Florida. eorgia and Souti
Carolina furnishing 150. North Caro
lina. 40. Virginia. 15. Mississippi. 1(
The remainder were born in varlou
parts of the United States and som
i. n European countries.
The various forms of stealing, man
slaughter, murder and assault to mur
der represent more than one-half o
the commitments. Most of the corn
" mitments for manslaughter. murder.
r and assault to murder among the ne
groes result from jealousy and fight
o ing among themselves.
c The employment of convicts in oh
state has not so far conflicted with th
! employment of free labor. At present,
1 there is not enough labor in the stat
s necessary for the turpentine farm:
,h phosphate mines and saw mills. th
d industries in which cohvrcts are al
n together employed. After the expira
I tlon of their sentence, many of the ne
y groes seek employment in the turpen
tine farms, mines and saw mills. hav
d Ing become more or less efflciser
hands in such industries. A turpentin
L hand makes from $1.50 to $..-'o pt
day.
We have a reform school for boy


well In our state, especially where
such a large proportion of our con-
victs are negroes. In such Instances,
it is well to have a certain sentence
fixed and a number of months pe-
year to be taken from their sentence
on account of good behavior. In ad-
dition to this. there Is always the
chance of a conditional pardon. There
are probably not over four or five full
pardons granted a year. conditional
pardons being granted on condition of
good behavior Such a pardon restor-es
the right of citizenship.
We have a syqst m of inspection by
which the camps are Inspected once In
every one or two months. The Inspec-
tors make thorough reports, showing
the condition of the camps and report.
ing all grievances. It is also their
duty to recommend, without charge.
suitable persons for pardon. In our
climate it is more or less absolutely
necessary that a large body of crim-
inals should not be huddled together
in a close enclosure. At present they
are divided into about 41 camps, in
which houses are built, surrounded by
modern palisades or walls. There are
really 41 state penitentiaries. When
the lease system is discontinued it
will. of course, be necessary to con-
solidate them all into one. two or more
farms. Every possible effort is made
to protect these unfortunate convicts
from mistreatment.
In Florida. short term convicts sen-
tenced by local courts are leased out
by the county commissioners, and the
terms and conditions prescribed for
their care, treatment and use, vary
greatly and are very irregular. In
some of the counties a reduction of
time is allowed for good behavior of
the convicts, while in others there is
no such reduction. In some counties
it is required that decent clothing and
a small amount of money must be giv-
en to each prisoner when released,
while in other counties discharged
prisoners are given nothing. The state
makes provision for each of these al-
lowances. Experience has shown that
when serious wrongs are perpetrated
in the treatment of county convicts.
criticisms are hurled at the whole
system, regardless of the successful
efforts which the state and many
counties are making to have the lease
system operated in a careful and re-
simnsible manner. Some of the news-
papers are too politic to locate the re-
sponsibility for abuses which occur, to
place blame where it belongs, prefer-
ing Instead to bring a general indict-
ment against the whole lease system.
thereby doing gross injustice to the
state and to a number of the counties
which have gone a long ways towards
perfecting the system.


Wards of Prais
r or the several ingredients of whieh Di
r Pierce's medicines are composed, as given
by leaders in all te several schools of
r medicine, should have far more weight
than any amount of non-professional teM
SUmonials. Dr. Pierce'sFavorite Prescrip-
tion has THR BADGE or HONESTT on every
bottle-wrapper, in a fuji list of all Its in-
gradients printed in plain English.
If you are an invalid woman and suflt
from freq ent headache, backache, gnaw-
SIng disutr in stomach, periodical pains,
dlsagreale, catarrhal. pelvic drain,
Sdraggi down distress in lower abdomen
or pelv, perhaps dark spots or specks
dancil before the eyes, faint spells and
kind sym toms caused by female weak*-
. ness, oth derangement of the femiinela
Organs. can not do better than take
Dr. Pierwis Favorite Prescription.
The h ital, surgeon's knife and opera.
Ung rata may he avoided by the timely
- mse of favorite Prescription" In such
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P -escrption' s com os e very best
* native medicinal roots known to medical


science for the cure of woman's peculiar
ailments, contains no alcohol and so
harmful or habit-forming drugs.
o Do not expect too much from "aarit
Prescription; It will not perform mlrs-
eles; it will not disolve or cure tumors,
I. o medicine wilL It will do as much to
establish vigorous health in most weak-
esses and ailments peculiarly incident to
. women as any medicine can. It must be
. given a fair chance by perseverance In Its
use for a reasonable length of time.
1 Yo*_ 'tt I t9 W4- "-Q goa.
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- SIck women are Invited to consult Dr.
I. Pierce by letter,free. All curespond-
Smce is guarded as sacredly secret and
womanly confidences are protected
Sprofessional privacy. Address Dr. D. V.
Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the bat
- laxative and regulator of the bowels&
- They invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels. One a laxative; two or three a
Seshartic. EasT to take as camlw


"I have been using Cascarets for In-
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for twenty years, and I caa nay that Ca-
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ot remedy have ever tried. I
certainly ueconwsn*'d tbem to my friends
- being al that they are represented."
Thme. G-Iard, Egin, L
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WORe 's DINSAY MwMcaI AOCTI, .V. Piuec, M. D.J,*q


A Study In Anatomy.
The brain is the headquarters of the
nervous system and contains the cen-
tral offices of the Anatomical Tele-
phone company.
When the suburban nerve center
says. "Hello, central," the brain either
replies "What number?" or "Busy" or
"Out of order," as the case may be.
Sometimes the wires are crowed and
the company fails to declare any divi-
dends, thus placing the entire brain In
the hands of a receiver.
From the brain issues the spine. I
which is sometimes useful in matrimo-
ay, although rarely strong enough In
man for practical purposes and con-
stantly growing weaker the longer he
Is married.
On top- of the head the hair grows,
or Is supposed to. In some cases, how-
ever, It fails to grow despite the most
painstaking efforts.
In ladies there are two kinds of hair
-viz, the Imported and domestic. In
gentlemen also two kinds-namely,
permanent and transient. The perma-
nent is seen In wild men, the transient
Ia civilized men when young.
At one time all the hairs were care-
olly nualbered, but the praetice has
been discontinued owing toggrekt pres-
sure of other mtters--lpplneott's

The Father Pipefigh.
"The best of fathers is the pipefash,"
said an angler. "He hatches the little
pipefish, and after they are hatched
he carries them about with him tUP
they can take care of themselves.
"This fish has under his tall a sac.
In it he bears the pipefish spawn.
Thus the spawn hatch in perfect
safety. They are not decimated, like
the other fish spawn lying unprotected
on the bottom of the sea. by every
hungry passerby. No: they all hatch,
every one of them.
As soon as they hatch the father fish
splits, or nature splits for him, the
sac, and all the little fish drop out Into
the sea, but they cling to papa. Wher-
ever he goes. like a gray cloud those
thousands of tiny sons and daughters
surround him, and on the approach of
danger they pop back again into the
sac just as baby kangaroo pop into
the sac, or marsupial pouch, of their
mamma.
"The male pipefish Is, In fact, the
female kangaroo of the sea."
When the* stomach fails to per-
form its functions, the bowels become
deranged, the liver and the kidneys
congested, causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re-
stored to healthy condition and Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
can be depended upon to do it. Easy
to take and most effective.
NOTICE TO BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of R. E. Yonge fpr the construc-
tion of the Masonic Lodge Opera House
building of the Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19. F. & A. M.. to be erected at Ocala,
Fla.. until noon August 19th, next.
Each bid for the construction of the
building must be accompanied with a
certified check for $500 made payable to
R. E. Yonge, chairman building com-
mittee. as a guarantee that If awarded
the contract the successful bidder will
promptly enter into contract and fur-
nish his bond as required by specifica-
tions. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Drawings and speci-
fications may be seen at the office of
R. E. Yonge, South Main street, Ocala,
Florida.
Contractors wising to bid may ob-
tain drawings and specifications from
R. E. Tonge by depositing with him a
certified check for $25 as a guarantee
that they wil present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee of the
safe and prompt return of the draw-


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