Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03250
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Montgomery, Aug. 20.-By an over-
whelming vote, the house yesterday
passed the anti-club bill, which it Is
believed will force the clubs to cut out
the sale of liquor of every sort. The
names of members of all clubs must
be filed with the probate judge. Clubs
under suspicion must be closed by ih-
junction.
DISAGREEABLE AT HOME
Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. It's not disposition, It's the
liver. If you and in yourself that you
feel croes around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver
In shape. You and everybody around
you will feel better for It. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

PRESERVING THE RIGHTS
OF THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Atlanta. Aug. 20.-Last night Gov-
ernor Brown signed the bill which re-
cently passed the legislature, and which
provided that no negro secret society
within the borders of this state may
use the name or ritual or Insignia of
an order founded by whites. This
measure was passed principally for the
protection of the Knights of Pythias.
TAKE NOTICE
All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache, rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
corct rinary Irregularities, which, If
neglected, may develop Into a serious
Illness. It will restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, .N


AMERICA ISOFF AGAIN B E f ^ mrnW
Welman's Balloon Ship is on Its Way
Through 'he Air Toward the T


North Pole
Paris, Aug. 20.-A special from
Trieste says that according to Captain
Calin of the steamer Thalia. now at
Hammerfest. Norway. Walter Wellman
had favorable winds when he began
his dash for the north pole in a dir-
igible balloon.


A STITCH IN TIME


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Agress Aet of the Lafr i Mar-
ehura KMy Bringem A-ether,
Far-Emnet WWar
Pekin. Aug. 20.-A serious clash be-
tween Japanese troops an the Chinese
patrol to the Holeatao district has
aroused the Orient anew to the vital
relations between China and Japan.
Colonel Hi, the Chinese command-
ant In the district, and a detachment
of Chinese troops are besieged in the
Tamena at Latso Rou. while soldiers
are -euinag to their relief.
Russia and the powers of 2urope
with eastern affiliations may be com-
pelled to take immediate steps to force
arbitration. The whole Manachurian
question may be reopened, as the
Hslentao district ies between Cores
and Manchuria and is a strategic
point.
China sees a plot to overrun the
Manchurlan frontier with Japanese
troops. Japar has been pourng sol-
diers Into Haleutao for some ttme and
the governor of Kfrin declared In din-
patches brought by native runners that
the assault was unprovoked.
Colonel Hu was marching to the aid
of the Cbinese gendarmerie when he
was attacked. The Japanese are re-
ported to have fired a volley, putting
the Chinese to rout.
The keenest apprehension is felt In
the capital. At military headquarters
It is freely asserted that the Japanese
are manufacturing a pretext for a
complete occupation of the disputed
territory.
CUREU HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that It laterfered 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 Hoaey
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.
CAPTURED FIFTEEN COUNTIES
A ubstantal Gain for the Prehib-
tienists in the South Carolina
Elestlen
Charleston, August t.-The official
returns show that out of twenty-moe
counties which voted on the questia
of abolishing or retaining the county
dispensary system in this state, only
six voted to keep It.
REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
Your only hope," sad three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. fisher, Detroit, Mieb..
suffering from severe rectal trouble,
lies In an operation, "then I used Dr.
King's New Life PlUS." she writes,
"tin wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicltls, cure constipation, heada-
che. 25c at all druggists.

CLUBS MUST CLOSE


14 le-Ic a disk. NMothiag
5* C63 obut ptit isto milkI
and frfse tit. %old by all
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F. E. McCLANE

rhy"M m- Surge
General Praetie Calla Made Promptly
Nig;.t or Day t
pa Attention to ObstetriMc, Di-
mus of Women and Children
Offlee: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor: Phones, Office No. 333;
Residence, No. 333.
OCALA. FLORIDA


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Life Assurance Society

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"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

MISS FLORIDA CONDON,
Resident Agent.


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Next Doer to the Western Union
Telegraph Offae
Work Called for and Delivered Prompt.
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C. J. PHILLIPS
Comtracto, ag Budiff.


ELEVEN MEN LOST P'las and Spedclcations Furnished
WITH THE ORINOCO ..-....


Lunenberg. N. S, August 20 -The
Gloucester fishing schooner Orhoco
capGlzed near here yesterday. Eleven
of her crew, all Nova Scotlans,. were
drowned.
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
to three doctors; was kept to bed for
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
spider's bite caused large, deep sores


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OCALA. VIA


FRESH FISH
I receive daily sntpments of chol--e
fresh and salt water fish of the best


British Statesman Have Taken a Leaf
Out of America's Beek of
Experience
London, Aug. 20.-The South African
constitution bill passed second reading
in the House of Commons last night
without a dissenting vote.
In the debate former Premier Bal-
four said that in dealing with a con-
stitution for the federation of South
African colonies (Transvaal. Cape Col-
ony. Orange River State and Natal).
the House was discussing one of the
most Important events in the history
of the British Empire.
"The bill." he declared, "is a most
wonderful issue from all the contro-
versies, battles, bloodshed and difficul-
ties to peace, and I believe the world
cannot show anything like it. The race
problem is but a fractional part of the
great questions Parliament is now de-
ciding. I deny that it is intended to
give the colored races equality with
Europeans. As far as the government.
society and the higher forms of civil-
ization are concerned it would be im-
possible to give equal rights to the col-
ored races without threatening the
whole fabric of civilization. In my
opinion the best hope for the solution
of this great problem is to place abso-
lute and Implicit confidence in the
representative Institutions the South
Africans now are creating and for the
home government not to meddle with
them."


SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have Lhe material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted Inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finlshlng
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135,. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. FlIlyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tf
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.
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new $-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them In your home or on


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OCALA, FLORIDA

ie remarkable suco es of this bank as alie.. .-
Rhip of its customers, gained by earnest aseatine


their interest*


TO FIT ANY RIMS
D-OOR CI ,NCME Q;D IMC


Moors Driven Back from Melills with
Heavy Less by Combined Fire of
Forts and Ships
Madrid, Aug. 20.-The Spaniards
won another victory yesterday after-
noon and last evening when they drove
back from their positions the Moors.
who were lined up before the outworks
of the fortifications.
The Moors were subjected to a com-
bined bombardment from the guns on
the fort and those on the fleet. Prac-
tieally all of the Spanish navy is at
Melilla now.
Eight thousand men were engaged
in yesterday's battle. The Moors re-
turned from the field with heavy loss.
It is probable that General Marina will
send a strong army to push them fur.
their back into the interior.
!F YOU KNEW
th- merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. f1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street St.
Louis, Mo.
CLOUD BURSTS IN COLORADO
Entire Railway System of the State
Tangled Up by the Heavy Rains
Denver. Colo. Aug. 20-Trains block-
ed in lonely mountain passes, tracks
washed away, in some Instances pitch-
ed into canyons hundreds of feet deep;
families driven from their homes to
shelter in higher places-these are the
scenes along the overflowed Arkansas
river.
"Alarmed by another cloudburst at
Four-Mile creek. near Canyon City. last
night, scores of residents In the lower
sections of Pueblo and other points.
passed the night in removing their
household effects. The famous Royal
Gorge, with Its walls a thousand feet
high. has been washed by a torrent for
almost forty-eight hours, and the rail-
road tracks have been destroyed. All
trains on the Colorado Midland, Den-
ver & Rio Grande and other railroads.
most of them carrying Eastern tour-
ists. have been detoured over' circuit-
ous routes, and it is said the detouring
of trains will be necessary for the next
four or five days.
THE BEST PRO i u iON
Not a single "phone has burned in a
house in Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that'day r- night with a tekphaene
Residence rates. $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

A WEAKLING
Is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often It eats
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
k'ally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.

ALABAMA APPROVES
INCOME TAX AMENDMENT
Montgomery. Ala.. Aug. 20.-Ala-,
barna. the ninth state to be added td
the original thirteen, is the first to apI
prove the proposed amendment to the
federal constitution which provides for
an income tax.
Governor Comer, who said it gave
him much pleasure to do so. signed
yesterday the ratifying resolution re-
cently passed by the legislature. He
Is in thorough accord with the move-
ment.
The resolution was passed unani-
mously by the senate and in the house
there were only two votes against it.
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE
A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long life.. His method
deals with the blood. But long ago
millions of Americans had proved
Electric Bitters prolongs life and
makes it worth living. It purifies, en-
riches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds
waste nerve cells, Imparts life and
tone to the entire system. It's a god-
send to weak, sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
my life for months," writes W. M.
Sherman, of Cushing, Me, "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
50c at all druggists.


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THg EiSENCE OF CREDIT NATHAN MAYO KILLED A NEGRO
Credit is the keystone of business Promiment Young Merchant of S m.
L buiding, it is the o ability to co- ms Sld Had to in B R U
.,.Abank ispesescredid et.aTlh oa other words, the ne feeo
r sa"w PtitineW power to borrow. w ... ... .....
Credit rests upon the faith which We learn that Mr. Nathan Mayo, the
G. IMTNIQR, Eitor the leader has in the willingness and naval stores operator and merchant at
ability of the borrower to pay his Summerfleld, was compelled to kill a
RL L CAI ROlL. OwnlIIs Manager obligations. negro man at his store yesterday after. *
A bank dispenses credit. Those noon in self defense, as the negro was
who receive credit are. in the bank- about to take Mr. Mayo's life. The
I NWICTING TAMPA er's judgement. deserving to com- coroner's Jury, which was impaneled
FERTILIZER FACTORY mand the money of others, this morning, quickly brop ht in a
-A man gets credit from the bank verdict of self defense. Mr. Mayo was
Mr. W. D. Carn, of the Ocala Perti- by furnishing the banker data that raised in Ocala and every one here is
liser Ietory. with Levi Alexander. the prove his business safe and prosper- his friend and while they will be pain-
CeMtractor. have returned from Tampa, ous. Men who have bank connec- ed to learn of the regrettable occur-
where Mr. Camr went to inspect the tions are always able to get credit rence, will congratulate him on being
plant and buildings of that company to further their interests, the quicker to act. It will be recalled
to get ideas and Information. Alex- All men can use the money of oth- how foully his relative, Mr. John Potter
aader went as a practical contractor ers to advantage at some time in was murdered there a few years since.
and builker., their business career. This bank
will help you when your business re- MURDEROUS JEALOUSY
THINKS MARION IS THE PLACE quires it. OF WILLIAM McLEOD
Mr. 0. N. Connor, of Cedarville. 0.. THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK Killed Miss Mttie Graham to Prevent
Is in the city and will spend a few Oca, Florida Her Marriage to Another Man
dWs looking over the section around
Ol4& Mr. Connor is an influential and Fitzgerald, Ga- August 20.-The
well to do eitisen of his section, and he body of Miss Mattle Graham, a wealthy
Is lookhag for a place in Florida where .. and refined young lady of this county,
bitiod battle win do well and can be was found lying in a dense thicket in a
raised with profit From what he has wood three miles from her home at
se of this section Mr. Connor be- Hokesboro, this county, yesterday. The
Mives he has found the right place. body layzat the edge of a small creek.
Mr. OCasor would make us a splendid There were evidences around that. :
eitfa ad we hope he wl become 1 showed she had fought desperately the -,
flasm-.fly intes .- failing battle of her life.
t -la t f-Both sides of her throat were gashed One of the best. if not the best, of the small runabouts man taetu'ed IS TEHrE. I R
COLONEL STRIPLING MARRIED DOT NEED QGLA888 Pas if a dull knife had been forced into automobile manufacturers in the business, who has given the bauBdlg Of 4 atsmb .s h
Many people do not need glasses but the flesh and pulled through the veins. ent parts and improvements on them Is A. P. Brush, of Detroit. MIchiga. sad nthe
1 Joseph N. Stripling, of Jackson- most people do. The resulting wounds were terrible. ABOUT is the crowning victory of these years of work, brain and moseTy. The iMle '
dMrs. Ela Blackwkell, of Jas- ou may be one or the majority, the Jugular vein was severed. On the T
and Mrs. Ella Blackwkell, of Jas- ou may be one of the majority.body were the marks of blows show of gasolene. the hardest puller, through sand and up hills of anyth like Its
eert in Jasper ed at theocockm e Thereawe tora to t i ti ndi to ing that a struggle preceded death. United States. It is the easiest riding, the lightest on tire- espease, the stple t t
M eday eventig by Rev. George F. drive you to it. It was William McLeod, a young little car on the market There are catalogues and descriptive matter, tellla what the
S Mstt, pastor of the First Methodist Two-Consult us about it. white man who has been working the doing in 25.00 cases in the United States to be had by calling at the Star ofSca. If yo asM
crch. CoL Stripling Is well known We Can Tell You whether or not you farm of the Misses Graham. who led Carroll has the agency for Marion county and Mr. c. W. il, of Gaeville, the state
throughout the state a lawyer of nee them Dr. D. X. BONET. a party of searchers to the place of the h e rn,.li.-
tthe stand a promnelaTrof eed them DR igt MBO ast murder and pointed out the o will be here Monday, August 23rd and Tuesday, August 24th, to dema trte the ttle ear, a
dat of Jlactyonvlle. Mrs. Blackwell Ocala, Fla. where it lay in its hiding place. Me- show any one what it will do who is interested in the purchase of a relabe le ar pri4d ear. a'
" resided In Jasper for several years Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 Leod confessed the crime. He said he r
aI has been closely identified with to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- killed Miss Graham to prevent her "
evtvy mVeemaet social and religious, oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. marriage to another. -
and Ms a large circle of friends. Mr. $i1
and Mrs. N. Stripling sailed yester- Judging from the number of loafers $100 REWARD, D100
day by the Clyde steamship for New hanging around town it seems that the
Twrk City, and will be at home in organizer of the Sons of Rest has at The readers of this paper will be
Jackoelville in the fall last got the required number of names pleased to learn that there is at least
to forward to the national headquart- one dreaded disease that science has t.
CAUSE FOR INDIGNATION ers for the charter for the local here. been able to cure in alltsstages, andH ave Your Law n M ow erharpened b
The first thing a brother does, after that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ts
The mother of the twins found them giving you the time of day and a the only positive cure known to the
fighting furiously. Willie. the larger hearty hand-shake, is to gently call medical fraternity. Catarrh being a Late t'
twin, was on top. He was beating you to one side and try you for a dime constitutional disease, requires a con- est M ethod
Tommy about the face and head, says or a cigarette paper. stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
the Housekeeper. Cure is taken internally, acting direct-
"Whn Willie, how dare you strike Not a minute should be lost when ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
your brother like that?" cried the a child shows symptoms of croup. of the system, thereby destroying the We have JBst cei d O O the
other, taking the boy by the ear and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given foundation of the disease, and giving *
tlitag him off. as soon as the child becomes hoarse, the patient strength by building up the I mIWn MOwer Grinders, a machine
"I had good cause to strike him," or even after the croupy cough ap- the constitution and assisting nature j
answered Willie. pears, will prevent the attack, In doing its work. The proprietors for the purpome of grinding Lawn fM
"What do you mean?" she asked. have so much faith in its curative
"Why," said Willie with a righteous "WOODMAR"-FOR RENT powers that they offer One Hundred doe0 the work perfectly. If you Will faw E
air, 'didn't I let him use my sled all Dollars for any case that it falls to .
last Saturday on condition that he'd GOODWIN BUNGALOWFurnish- cure. Send for list of testimonials. your patronae, we guarantee to v A
say my prayers for me all this week? ed; modern plumbing: running water. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
And here rve Jst found out that he's acetylenegas. O GE- rnshedk. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Mower in better condition thn the da
sdkippled three days." running water. $5 per week. Family Pills for constipation.
running water. $5 per week. it It will be sharp, and stay arp g
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October AUTO FOR SALE
STHE TIME TO THROW for the winter; furnished; running A uFORtoALe ld style way which ia' usually done by
ue Denby, until recqntlv the water; modern plumbing; acetylene A new runabout automobile for sale aiy y t o a
Ameriae consul-general at lyhanghai, gas. $25 per month at a reasonable discount from rig- rien d workman file
America the interest evinced by a Chi- David ,. Woodrow, final cost. If Interested, address "Au- WO W &
tnan oft that ieresty evin the wedding Holder Block. Ocala, Fla. tomobile," care Star office. -J__ 5*___
,ce my of an nglsh couple there, S or 6 doses will cure any case BRIAND KEPT THE WATCH H pn ta as
sat the nluday Mf taine. of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. An amusing little adventure happen-
At the ,oneu n of the usual West- e n ed to the bench minister of 1Justice, m a



el a be holes in inIdett, that the center is what Mr. Briand, who though a socialist w
jJTOO NM3ANY TO TACKM Ls aysw called "eno me. which, being poer. n he H palid AOan
rer, accord nta to the Chicaso Tribune, a- St 1 IC had southeas t of France, which is famous the
t this qtrtiy onle th Ir of f i ralvit o an ltt tw in the -
R the at ouple'" Th for its clocks and watches. The mBn-,.h





"Why a ot asked ofthe cross roads and perfect as istt is possible to make opened theloca exhibition, untold him
iln Oler Ice and is the most economical ice r th he ewas a bit of a clockmayoker K


"Because rye been taking stock or to use. Ask the man on the Red himself, and would enjoy putting the *_-
i enemies. Every corporation, every watch in order and would think while
trust that's tryg to bleed the people Wagon to stop and see you. he did so of the kindness of the town And we are here with the goodere with -more of them than ever before the history of this
everybody that he has offended by call. which had presented it to him. M.! buyer went to the market earlier this season than usual, and as a consequence our fall e are
lag bM a liar, every nature faker, ev- I miiB| B Briand has discovered that the watch -
erybedy that's prejudiced against the FLORIDA PACrKlR H is an excellent timekeeper. have this season taken special pride in the purchase of several of our lines. For imstame, o r
bi stick and all the fellows that are
trying to get rich quick by hook or OPA YBABY MORPHINE FIENDS Id A-T O F E NM
ce are verlastingly down on him." ICE COMPANY re made by all soothing syrups and REA OY=TO=WEAR GOODS FOR MEN AND

YoU y as well give up:- anl narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir IS COMPILE IN EVERY PITAlN AND THE PRICES THAT PREVAIL WIV VEIL rV YP=
contains no injurious or narcotic LA BY BUTING HER. THEN, AlSO TU BIG RW OB ,
TOMYS TACT drugs of any kind. A sure and safe B U -
H eA d ac h cure for disordered stomachs, bowels ;
There was slight commotion under and fretfulness--splendid for teething
the sofa, says the Chicago News. The infant old by all druggists.
prett r r t@ I hav for sale a fine paying moving F B, Wem al.
M weres tartuedito see Brother Tom-Id toeI tany7 ; = picture and vaudeville show in Jack- .
"TO., Tommy," said the sister with taklg CC auh m sonville, a money maker and a bargain. I A I
mpeb emphasis. "what are you doing m bme? SCho bee hl. evr bad Owner has other business that com-! AN
ndrthere--watching us?" thedac~~Thy have entirely mure pels him to leave city. Address or a
"Naw," grumbled Tommy; "I ain't im. Cascvb do you wire. Jasper Walker, Jacksonville ere at lowwill e to the ae


n what ar oht to have peculiar epres ne mse ha Pecil Tablets for ........... ldoinge te of Shool pp in tfhe Boys Cmp .... .I" I.
tyar.- per s everything te el- B If. arerundowFoey'
"Why, I am playing that I am mend- e12ua l. I ou rn downy. Fley Kidney'


San tooble-that's what Remedy t a Best Ink for ............. help you. It strengthens' SPo IL
M6 eho the idneys so they will eliminate thete c PeF OR. ......


ott'a "vaanhoe.- op o thumbed a copy of dealero otin Book for .... .. e baskets, book bags, etc., and "
Oe of the characters in that book, POR ALEParlor suite of furniture We thr e o- toa -*-
Ib.V. he GonAtnued, "was drawn by for $12.50; cost $60 new one large 6 sheets Best Paper for ....... Ic e lanes of S ho S p inl the msts
"Thr Walter eo out a ang Phil cok sto have peculiar order e: lots of T d H--o s O willB vr a s
A for PiladMelphiss Rebecca Grats. I flowers in $10 worth of pots for $1-50. 25c Lunch Basket ..........ty. There everything the Cap P
memberr t myself. I lived near her W. H. Clarky Ocala. ; Pen Holder .......... . l e Ti ACHEed. S lEm tea'jablets, comp
hen I wa store to ad I well remem-. not delay. Take Foley.
Kidney Remedy at once. Solunpretnt work she by CUR YOU People witInkforh chroni........c br.....onchis, as- A NT
tnero w e me a ve of d e of coidne renef and comfort n Poy's Honey
s rs "Iaoer. ws't aCool idf t commencing o take it at once. Sold baskets, book bags, etc and
".e a the chal s iracters n that in o f F OR SALE- ht headrlor s auite of furniture O HOW WI O We
ebsercad tbe continReeca of irWalterawn by for $12.50 raised this spring. P. H PRICsheets OUR HOLIDr. AY .G..A B Aa fvIG EVinY hA i Ait now a

8eott. But I dare say. few local read- notriskhi.vingBright'sDits- Golen. No. 1 South Fifthetreet ED OUT. A^l KINDB Or PBB8BHTB ON BB[OND PIAOOR. *',i"
Lrs f B aktHaotPlppnereIvanhoe', today know it. ,_ x i, '. **e
remember her myself. I lved near her f EICS. C RE W. H.Deitt's Littl e Early Risers, the e .... ............. e T CH




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THE AIR DOME


Moving Pictures

and Musik


2% eoa" of Negu' FIe.
g anby nom wPeob

' N3EW PCFUuR VA RH DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT


Pinm for this Evenils
LEON PONCE, THE COMEDIAN

IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY
(Pull Reel)
MUILLEIS' SINCERE LOVE
A STRIKING RESEMBLANCE
THE LAPLANDERS
BESS AND HER COOSE
AdainiMom, lI and 20 cents.

Deom Up= at 7:0 p. im.


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Court Pharmacy

:'fE16 I A DIFFERENCE IN


ICE


w*t by our new procois t froa-
en, a-t a tmperstare atof eight to ten
k*louea above aero, Is as clear as crys-
so I*a as pae as can be made. We
a g ataN e It to last hmger.

S UY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS

Ad" Net me Disal"ted in styles
And Quaity


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Rebekabs meet this eveani
lingag cases at the Ocala News Co.
-Waukeha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
There were 24 arrivals at'the Mm-
tesuma ytard&y.
Picture pasale pot ards at the
Ocala House.
Mr. R. L. Mesas. Jr., of Dunnellon.
is at the Monteaums.
Call and see the new books at the
the Ocala te ws Co.
Mr. H. A. Carter of Jacksonville is
a nest of the MAtelu--
rOn jALU-Fj"e walnut roller top
etk, cheap.. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. Thomas Beville of Center Hill Is
a guest of the Montesuma.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Mr. J. W. Northrup of Leesburg is a
guest of the Montesuma.
Rose-Violet Talcum. Sc. the bottle.
at the Postotfce Drugstore..
Mr. D. C. Uvingaton of Lakeland is
at the Montesuma.
Bathing eapa Just reeelved at the
Court Pharmacy.
FO R fNT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at ths offi ce.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, flU and deliver your pre-
scriptlons promptly.
Mrs. W. A. Kallenberger and child-
ren have returned from their stay at
Oklwaba.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.a
general agents.
Mr. W. H. MeRalney of Wildwood is
In the city on business for his turpen-
tine farm.

COOK WANTED-An / experienced
cook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
Bell. at the courthouse.
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee and daughter.
Elizabeth, left today for Daytona Beach
where they will spend a few weeks at
the Daytona Beach Hotel.
Do not forget that you can fnd any-
thing you want In crockery and glas-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Miss Rutland of Sumter county, a
very charming young lady, is paying a
visit to her cousin. Mrs. Fred McAteer,
at her home In the second ward.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage"
near Synagogue, No. 108. Apply to A.
T. Strunk.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 2Sc. The Postoffce Drug-
store.

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, hills and fever. Price IS cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
Mr. J. R. Wells of Jacksonville,
supervisor of Georgia and Florida for
the Singer Sewing Machine company.
is in the city cookingg after his com-
pany's business.
Mr. J. 0. Spurlln and Mr. C. K. Sage
went to Eastlake yesterday afternoon,
spent the night and returned this
morning on the freight.
WANTED-Two energetcle, reliable
men to sell and collect in Marion and
adjoining counties. Reference requir-
ed. Address, J. G0. Dedge, Gainesville,

Mrs. T. J. Bingham and children of
Eagle Lake. will move to Ocala in a
few days to reside. Mrs. Bingham Is
the mother of Mr. Ms ae Blngham of
the Star office.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker and
Mr. Ed Tucker have moved into the
west one of the row of houses owned


by Mr. H. C. Jones on South Fourth
street.
Mr. and Mrs. John LU Edwards and
children have moved into the residence
Just east of Mr. T. W. Troxler on
S uth Second street, which they own
and where they will remain until their
new stone residence Is finished In the
Benton sub-division, the pretty portion
of the southeastern part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Cam have mov-
ed into the residence which they re-
cently bought from Mr. John L. &d-
wards In the first ward, and which Mr.
Edwards and family have Just vacated.
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Petteway of Dun-
nellon, Mr. H. R. Petteway of Homo-
sassa, Mr. eGorge Petteway of Leroy,
and Miss Mamie J. Petteway of Ra-
lelgh. N. C, were guests of the Ocala
House last night.
Mr. W. H. Boyd of Morriston has a
position as cashier Ina Mr. Hogan's
place, where a handsome office Is be-
ing made for the bookkeeper- and
cashier by Mr. W. C. Blanchard. the
contractor.
Some sneak thief entered the Camp-
bell House last night and robbed the
refrigerator. This is the second time
the house has been robbed in the last
few weeks.
Miss Affleck has Just received a lot
of pretty new tailored hats-Just what
one needs for this season. They are


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PEANUT BUTTER
APPLE, PEACH AND PLUM BUTTER


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CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1 D.
ROMBOPAThIC PHYSICIAN AND'

Oee--Secoud Floor The Munroe &
Chamiblit Bank Building, Ocala.
Florida.
rIelephoaes-Offce, 222; ResideneO,
221.
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. m.;: to 4
p. m.: 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.


L F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon


Phone 211
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 5 p. m.
TERMS: CASH.


I FEOLEE

KILLS Moqmtoe. Bedbugs
Roahe Moth, Wa.
tafbugs, Ante, Fleas.
Destroys perms and
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects.
CLEANS Furniture, Carpets,
I'ugu, Curtains, Etc.,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre-
ventitive of all con-
tagious' diseases to
man and beast.




T E A-P 0 T

GROCERY

REfaESIIMENTS FOR REBEKAH8
The members of Miriam Lodge are
requested to attend the regular month-
ly meeting at 8 o'clock this even-
ing, as much Important business is to
be attended to. After the meeting is
over, refreshments will be served.
Owing to the fact that the weather
prevented, the St. Petersburg and
Ocala teams did not cross bats on the
South Magnolia street diamond yes-
terday. Today, however, if the elements
permit, these teams will play at the
scheduled time. 3:46 p. m. The rains
of the past three weeks have Interfered
very materially with baseball in Ocala
and in consequence the athletic asso-
clation has lost money in bringing
teams here. It is hoped that a large
crowd will turn out this afternoon to
see the game and help that much to-
ward meeting the expenses of the as-
sociation.

It wasn't an electric light pole that
fell at Frank's corner yesterday after-
noon, but one of the telephone poles
of the old Ford & Hiller line. out of
use some years ago. It did no dam-
age except to itself.
They are antiseptic and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their Impor-
tant work. But when you ask for these
The presaription nepartnent is the
main stay of any drugstore. AIcuracy.
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your prescriptions.
Tydings l' Co.

There is "no better- stock of fine
writing papers In the city than we
carry. Come In and look It over If
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co
Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for, ill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.

Your complexion as well as your
temper is rendered miserable by a
disordered liver. By taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
you can Improve both.

Three cents win fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those r-Inch Wes-
tlngh'is3 fans from H. W. Tucker.



1O00 THUGS TO EAT

SARATOGA POTATO CHIPS
STUFFED DATES IN GLASS
PULLED FIGS IN GLASS
PRESERVED FIGS
SLICED BACON IN GLASS
SLICED BEEF IN GLASS


If is were possible to make
paint, we would be the first to
as we were the first to make
Pure Paint
Demand Davis
And See that you Get it


better
do so,


Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.
Mr. W. H. Fanning and family have
recently moved to this city from Fort
Pierce and have decided to locate here
permanently. Mr. Fanning Is with Mr.
W. C. Blanchard, the contractor, at
present. I
Mrs. Dudley Youngblood and her five
little Interesting children left today for
Atlanta. Her father and mother. Capt.
and Mrs. T. C. Tupper. are old resi-
dents there. She is also a niece of
Col. W. A. Wimbish. the noted corpor-
ation lawyer of Atlanta. Mrs. Young-
blood is a lady of many accomplish-
ments of heart and head and made
many good friends during her short
sojourn in Ocala.
HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. R. Toph residence near the
heights on South Third street Good.
roomy house, large lot. stables etc.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy Toph it
Montezuma.
5 or 0 doses ,6' will cure any ease
of Cills and Fever. Price se.
I have a late model No. 5 Under-
wood typewriter, ,which has not been
used over ninety days, and will sell
for $60 cash. or on terms. Felit H.
Slik, Ocala House.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
Company.


Mr. Britt Watson of Harris county.
Georgia. a Yellow townsman of Drs. E.
Van and J. Walter Hood when they liv-
ed in that county, was in town today.
It is the first time the gentlemen have
met in 25 years. Mr. Watson Is visit- T&
ing his son. a prosperous Coleman cit-
izen, for a month or two.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton went to Wood-
mar this afternoon to spend 10 days J
with Mrs. R. R. Carroll. Mr. Hampton
and Mr. Carroll will go down tomorrow
afternoon to remain over Sunday with g
them.
Bear in mind we carry a full ne of
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also b e
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Oca I
News Company.


WORK HAS UEGUN ON
THE ANDERON BUILDING
The work of remodetling the IL.
Anderson double, two-story bu -
the west side of the square Mas com-
menced. Mr. W: C. B anchard bas the
contract to do the work and Mr. W. H.
Fanning is superltetmditg It
original plans have been changed
somewhat The building will be two
full stories all the way back, Instead
of the second story going only half
way as now. The front will be a very
handsome one and the interior of the
two large stores on the ground floor
will be as modern and handsome as
any in the country. The second floor
will be made into handsome offices,
single and in suite, and the fittings and
finish will be strictly first-class. Great
care will be taken in the ventilating
lighting and plumbing of the building.
Between $12.00 and $1S.M will be
spent on the property and It can be
readily seen that it will be a credit to
the city.

BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
If the weather is agreeable, there
will be a band concert this evening.
Mr. Gerig had no time to write a pro-
gram for publication, but the music
will be as good as ever.

AT THE AIR DOME
"In the Shenandoah Valley" will be a
fine subject at the Air Dome tonight.
followed up by two other reels. LeAm
Ponce will have new jokes and songs,
and there will be some splendid music.
Come out to the concert, and take in
the Air Dome while you are listening
to the band play.
ENDED AUSPICIOUSLY
The state convention of the Eagles
closed last night with an Initiation at
the lodge room and a supper at head-
quarters.
The members of the Ocala aerie and
their guests met at Yonge's hall at the
usual hour. After business was at-
tended to, the conduct of affairs was
turned over to the famous initiating
team from Sanford. The subject was
Paul Webber, and his wings were fix-
ed on so firmly that It will take a brace
of thunderbolts to pull them off.
The Sanford experts consisted of P.
W. P. J. W. Hunt. W. P. W. H. Under-
wood, Chaplain M. C. Leip. Physician
0. W. King. William and James Hoo-
lihan (cousins of Happy Hooligan) E.
J. Close. C. C. Paine and H. McKinnon.
They were aided by C. H. Huchmaher
and Joseph LeVay. Webber was a good
subject and enjoyed the fun as Mnuch
as anyone--after it was over.
After the initiation, the birds of free-
dom repaired to the headquarters room
and partook of refreshments. Which
labor of love. Interspersed with social
chat. song and story. kept them happy
until it was time for the visitors to
take the morning trains for home.
The visiting Eagles were all pleas-
ant gentlemen and representative cit-
izens of their communities. They were
much pleased with Ocala, and the
pleasure was reciprocal.

PENNY WISE-DOLLAR FOOLISH
Is the man who uses, or allows to be
used, anything on his property but the
Best Paint Can you get better paint
than
Davis 100 per cent"
Pure Paint


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We have a some crusher at waok hab eama,
kinds of Cemest Work, Buid Puumldat --m mB a
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SCOR 9 IP ACADEMY AND SCHOOL OP U Ui
FINE ARTS DOMESTIC AND WUT Aaft oSi';f

Carnegie Ran and third mem's donra, aw 'eekl
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North Ave. and Peachtre Str., Atlata Ga. Dauardg W BV Wa l ftr
girls and young ladies. Boarding department strictly llOtu to e.- 1e-
fined home life. Classes divided into small seetlms to sum wa ng In.
struction. Faculty of eighteen special Ists. Comervatery aaWim gs it m
Ie, Art, Expression. Certificate admits you to Vassar, Welt, a nub-h.-
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SEED
New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just received. Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
RHODE ISLAND RED
CHICKENS FOR SALE
Mr. S. E. Rowe, of the Little Bo-
nanza, will have 200 of the finest Rhode
Island Red chickens to morrow, Sat-
urday, morning, that the city has ever
seen. 100 of the fowls will weigh four
pounds each and the other hundred
three pounds each. File your order If
you want something fine.
R.IL C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
Misses Rena and Edna Smith have
been absent three months visiting with
friends and relatives in Augusta, Ga.,
and Abbeville, S. C. Miss Edna fSmith
will return to Ocala in a few days and
Miss Rena Smith will go to Atlanta to
take a millinery course. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hunter. Messrs.
P. A. Fort and R. H. Keating were
among the Ocala people who went to
Gainesville yesterday to see the game
of ball between the Oak Halls and the
Orlando teams. Orlando won with a
score of I to 1. The Ocala party re-
turned on the 9:45 train.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the CourT Pharmau'y.


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DON'T TAW AWAY
YOUR OLD MAT
Brian it to u Band whuem Its bI N
Clesued amu"d Sued, It WhI be as
Good aNew.
OCALA PRESSING CLU,
W. F. Marlow, Peputw

AN ACCIDENT TO A HOUE
-
Yesterday about seen wdle the
handsome horse "Charle. owed r
Mr. C. Peyser. was being drive fto
the home to the barm the animal ste
ped through a weak culvert ad Ift,
breaking off both shafts of the orsm
and the harness was torn to plees.
The sensible animal stood tOlM vhea
he regained his feet Uantl th driver
had cleared away the wreck. T9e aa-
imal was not serlapsly inred.



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KENTUCKY HUORIS FOR SAL
I will have a car o dhmgW EaiMy
bred- horses at my plaIe at otustMa
Fpa. for sale after A g. th. I hav
spent two months arunm my ip ame
at Lexingtow. Ky., saelte tig d eak
from the ftarm. ThiB sos abe haem
carefully selected and bought Sr st
cash direct from the stec miusm I
am In position to save muny to pur-
chaser of good hor AI L
L. Wils, Jr.. 4ta'et, ia.
INCREASE YOUR LUM
I have Just swelved a Iet O the
celebrated Halopam go- -a0e0 Sr
electric ligts. These 4 hm" fime
your light power 7 per et. Try
them. H. W. Tudcker, tSe d =rNe -p.
plyman.
FOR SALE-One large walmi ward-
robe. $10; refrigerate (60 b&. ee) 5:;
one extengomn aimg taele, ok. S. W.
IH Ctlark Ocala.
HOUSE TO RENT


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Special attenUton to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
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your fears without God, and you can-
not get God's help without prayer. You
knbw these things, then practice
them."
State Citizenship Superintendent Dr.
Dilley has postponed his trip through
DeSoto, Polk, Osceola and Orange
counties until a later time In the year.
We regret having mentioned it so
surely for August in press news. He
has prepared a strong paper on citizen-
ship work for Florida, which will be
read In some religious meeting this
month and will. we hope, later on be
put before our Endeavorers in leaflet
form.
From the Miami Metropolis of Aug.
10th. we quote: "At West Palm Beach
the Christian Endeavor exercises Sun-
day night in the Congregational church
were entirely In charge of the young
men. Louis Nettles was leader, with
Charles Gruber at the piano and Alex
S. Rowley. violinist. No one but young
men took part in the exercises, though
there was a large crowd of ladles pres-
ent to see how the young men made
out. Every one said the young men
did well Next Sunday only young
ladies will take part in the exercises
and the question now Is if they will do
as well as the young men did."
Miss Eddie J. Me Manaman, Junior
superintendent for the children's so-
ciety. and press reporter for the older
Endeavorers of the First Christian
church in Jacksonville. Is taking her
vacation in Atlanta, and having a
splendid time. Many of the other
members of that church, also Endeav-
orers of the Congregational church.
are now away from the metropolis, but
we hope will be home in time to attend
their district convention in Interlachen
December 3-5.


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Mossm BLUFF
We have been having plenty of
rain. The river Is higher than It
has been in three years and boats
can now navigate. The "Sharp
Shooter" of Delks Bluff comes up
once a week and carries off Capt. J.
B. Martin's turpentine products.
The farmers of this place have
made nice crops this year.
Mosquitoes have been awful bad
here. Old people say they never saw
them as bad as they are now.
Mr. C. F. Wartman was over In
our town for a few days last week.
Mr. Henry Fort is having some
tmporvements made on his place.
What does this mean. Henry?
Mr. Mack Morrison and family
have been to Salt Springs for the
past week enjoying fishing and
bathing in the beautiful spring.
Mrs. J. B. Martin, who has been
visiting relatives in Belton, S. C.,
is expected home soon.
Dr. M. C. Donaldson, the dentist.
who has been in our midst, expects
to leave about the 20th of this
month for Savannah, Ga.,. to spend
a month or two for his health and
to visit his father and mother.
The Farmers' Union of this place
are expecting to erect a building for
a union store and hall, near White's
Ferry.
Mrs. J. B. Chalker leaves in a few
days for Lake Helen to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Clifton.
Miss Sallie Morrison has been on
the sick list for the past week, but
is up again now.
SPARR
Mrs. Hamond, daughter and son,
of Palatka. have been here on a two
weeks stay with Mrs. Clemmons. She
made their acquaintance about twenty
years ago while she was teaching
school. She went to Ocala to take
the teachers' examination, and
hasn't been back until now. She
and Mrs. Clemmons, Mis Eva Sleapt
and Miss Maude Clemmons made a
flying trip to the Brick City. While
here they made many friends, who
hope they will come again.
Mr. Henry Clemmons and Mr.
March Burton, of this place, spent
the past week at Orange Springs,
and say the spring was fine.
Mrs. Mattle Meadows spent a few
days with her sister, Mrs. Nannie
Matchett, at Orange Springs.
There is much effort being put
forth to finish the Baptist church of
this place, and looking forward to a
grand time in the new church on
the fifth Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Motes, of
Sparr, after two weeks in Jackson-
ville and other points, have return-
ed home.
Miss Emily Halford, of Graham-
ville, has been spending a few days
with her pupils, who were glad to
meet her once more.
Miss Maud Clemmons, who ac-
companied Mrs. Hammond and
daughter to their home, will return
soon.
Mr. J. W. Colbert is building
quite a large barn in which he
speaks of storing lots of hay and
grain. Mr. Geo. Young has the
contract.
Mrs. Jay Colbert has returned
home from her visit to Oak.
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 positive that you get De-
Wltt's Kidney and Bladder Pilla.
There are Imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWltt's.
Insist upon them, and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else in place of them. Sold by all
druggists.

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS
Wallace Reed. president of the in-
termediate society at South Lake Weir
is now telegraph agent at Tomoka,
Fla. This earnest young Endeavorer
will be eighteen years old August 25,
and behalf of the workers In our state
union we wish him "many happy re-
tuas of the day."
"Alone with God" is the beautiful
subject for Endeavor meetings next
Sunday, August 22nd. This is Indeed
a topic centering on faithfulness to
our vows to keep the quiet hour as
comrades. The Christian Endeavor
World says: "Nothing In your life In-
jures it so much as worry and sin.
Prayer is the specific for them both.
It leads infallibly to purity and peace.
You cannot conquer your sins and


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nomalI prices, in pedmetly dlst orP abse m Iny
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Mtreag md bealthy. A stIog and KMlol Ms- .t
beathst etm k gamals s a mens. it pM
somie d active brat. work for I--t a
T2W maw aieth Suasebtoma heM shou pa Ul-
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body j wt vMt Nature atemded mmcO s mbas
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stomach I irritated by ndsted CA _Im
hod tdo blod and heart ae dl- g te S a
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trict will convene there Nov. 12-14th.
We met in Eustis two years ago and
want to go again.
Four. if not more state officers are
expected to take part on the program
for the convention In Bradeutown,
October 22-24th. and District President
Bearss is completing the program as
rapidly as he can hear from those
whom he wished to speak on some En-.
deavor theme.
Some valuable news is gleaned from
the Times-Union concerning-our lead-
ers in Stuart. Among several active
citizens recently moving from Stuart,
was Mr. H. W. Richards, who gave as
a farewell gift to the Christia Endea-
vor ball, fifty yards of bunting and a
bell. Was noatthat splendid o him-
and now he has gone to ort Perce,
where there was no Endeavor society.
Let us watch and see If that item
could be reported that way by next
January. Some good people have
come into Stuart, among them Dr. C.
R. Roberts and Rev. Nell McQuarrie
with their families. The latter Christian
worker has gospel boats along the
Florida rivers under supervision of the
Congregational Mission Board. This
important line of "helping hand" work
Is still new to our state, and has one
of the most beautiful futures we can
Imagine for any service done for God
and humanity. Congregational En-
deavorers should contribute something
each year to Dr. McQuarrle'a work, or
more gospel boats will be fitted as
hapidly as funds will permit.
Sixteen birthdays are on the cal-
endar for the "Sunshine Corner" of the
state union this month, and there will
be some "card parties" but not of the
playing kind. Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Fla., Aug. 19, 1909.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea. Aysentery. and
should be taken at first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures.
NOTICE FOR BIDS TO REMODEL
THE CITY MARKET
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of September. A. D. 190, at
the regular meeting of the city council
of the city of Ocala. Florida, bids for
the remodeling of the city market of
the said city, according to plans and
specifications now on file in the eity
clerk's office of said city, will be con-
sidered by the said council; said
council reserving the right to accept
or reject any of said bids; said bids
to be in writing and filed with the city
clerk on or before the said 7th day of
September. A. D. 1909. J. M. Meffert,
President of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk.
City Clerk of the City of Ocala.

For indigestion and all stomach
trouble take Foley's Orino Laxative as
it stimulates the stomach and liver
and regulates the bowels and wil pos-
itively cure habitual constipation. Sold
by all dealers.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Sectien 8 of Chap-
tor 4M, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that C. W. WH-
lard. purchaser of tax certificate No.
1147, dated the 5th day of June, A. D.
1905, has filed said certificate In my of-
fice, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Ma-
rion county, Florida, to-wit: com 608
ft w of nw cor of ne% of sek see 29
tp 17 south r 24 east thence s 36 ft
e 59 ftn 363 ft w 59 ft. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Is-
suance of such certificate in the name
of Robert Robinsout. Unless said cer-
tificate *aIl hei redemed stelmrnK tfn


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