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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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T EfATE $0 REWARD. $100 I
I The readers of this paper will be
pleased to l rn that there is at least
one dreaded du-sase that science has
Ot of Pulic been able to cure in all its stages, and Second Attempt to Rea
Netisoly t that Is catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure is Pole Through the Air
the only positive cure known to the g th Ar
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a Disastrous Fai
constitutional disease, requires a con-

Tllabsaee, la., Aug. 2L-Wield-
lig the "big stick" a la Roosevelt.
Florida's superintendent of public in-
strwctlon revokes the certificates of a
number of negro teachers and ad-
dresses a letter to the county superin-
tendents of the state advising them of
his action. Mr. Holloway says:
"On account of the fraudulent prac-
tices In connection with the uniform
examinations of applicants for teach-
ers' certificates in this state, I have
this day, by virtue of the authority
vested in me under the provisions of
section 374 of the general statutes of
the state of Florida, revoked the cer-
tificates of the following named teach-
ers: Bessie Watts. Gainesville; S. K
Kelly, Lawty; W. A. Rochelle, Gaines-
ville: 7. C. Jones, Monteocha; H. C.
Williams, Newberry; William Madi-
son, LaCrosse; S. A. Tiliman. 8 Au-
gustine; Anna P. McKelvin. Gaines-
vIlle; Lqcy Murrell, Oalaesville.
"Each county superintendent is
hereby requested not to admit to any
future examination in this state, as
applicants for teachers' certificates,
William Madison, 8. A. Tillman and
Anna P. McKelvln. And if by over-
sight, any one of these persons should
be admitted to an examination, and a
certificate issued to him or her, as the
result of such examination, said cer-
tificate will be promptly revoked by
the state superintendent of public in-
"Every applicant for a teachers'
certificate in this state shall be re-
quire to take the examination In their
home county, unless they, at the time
of the examination, shall present to
t.e examiner a written permit from
the state superintendent of public In-
struction, entitling them to take the
examination elsewhere.
"A reward of $100 is hereby offered
and will be paid to any person who
shall produce sufficient evidence in
any court of competent Jurisdcltion in
this state, to convict anyone of 11-
legally securing or attempting to se-
cure the questions to be used in any
examination of applicants for teachers'
certificates. '
"Fach county Ubard of public In-
struction is hereby requested to offer
a reward of $50 for the same pur-
"Before the negro youth of this state
shall be permitted to be Instructed by
a class of thieves and scoundlers, the
state superintendent of public Instruc-
tion will revoke the certificate of ev-
ery teacher and close the doors of ev--
cry negro school house in Florida."

A. S. Nusbaum, Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that It Interfered with my
business. I bad 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 Foleys Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by all dealers.

Beaumont. Texas. August 23.-It Is
reported that two agents of generall
Reyes have been here several days
seeking recruits for the overthrow of
President DIaD. of Mexico There are
two hundred Mexicans here but it is
not believed that any Joined. It is also
said that other agents are working
throughout the state.
A FPrench scleatist 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 vitalises 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 tfor months," writes W. M.
Sherman, of Cushing. Me., "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." OnlyW
S0c at all druggists.
Charlotte. N. C., Aug. 22.-As the re-
suilt of one of the fiercest feud fights
in the history of Meeklenburg county.
at Huntsville last night, Reeece Hucks

a prominent young farmer of Croft,
lies dead at St. Peter's hospital; Les-
ter Hucks, a brother; Charles Cox and
Gilreath and Battle Davis, neighbors
and substantial farmers, are seriously
cut and shot and several others slight-
ly wounded.
The fight took place on the main
street of Huntsville in front of the
postoffice and was seen by a large
throng, events transpiring so quickly
that bystanders could not interfere In
time to prevent the carnage.
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

stitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by.building up the
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in Its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any ease that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 76c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.


Atlanta. Aug. 22.-Governor Brown
has appointed Joseph F. Gray of Sa-
vanaah, secretary and treasurer of the
chamber of commerce of that's city, a
member of the railroad commission of
the state to succeed S. Guyton Mc-
Lendon, former railroad commissioner,
who was suspended by Gov. Smith and
later removed by the legislature.

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic'trouble. 9I bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street. St.
Louis. Mo.


IT ke Frm Id Waom

They say, but If you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes In it, that the center is what
is called "snow lce," which, being por-
ous. allows it to melt quickly.

"Coystal Ice"

The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as It is possible to make
Ice, and is the most economical Ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


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PhyMia. id Supem
General Practice Cal!s Made Promptly
Nig..t or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
seames of Women and Children
Offloe: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333.
'tesideace, No. 333.


Life Assurance Society

She gimiM Stiles


Resident Agent.


Plas and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
1a SoMth Third St..

PleMa 110.


lontemuma Barbershop

in CSmmectoi With the Hetel Oce

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



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Camp Wellman, Spitsbergen. Aug.
15. via Hammerfest. Aug. 22.-Walter
Wellman's second attempt to rail over
the North Pole in a balloon has re-
sulted in a failure. The giant dirigi-
ble balloon America in which Mr.
Wellman and h!s party of three set
out upon their perilous flight met ,with
a mishap after it bad proceeded 32
miles from the starting point.
After a long preparation and wait-
ing for favorable weather, and oppor-
tunity came today and Mr. Wellman
decided early in the morning to make
the start.

At 10 o'clock in the. morning the
anchors were cast loose, the" airship
ascending beautifully. The engines
were set in motion and everything
seemed to work to perfection. The bigi
air craft was headed northward and,
set out at twenty-five miles an hour.
After having covered thirty-two
miles the leather guide rope to which
was attached a thousand pounds of
provisions and stores, broke away.
This was Just as the airship was
nearing the pack ice of North Spitsen-
Release from this giant weight, the
airship shot upward at a terrific pace
until it was at a great height above
the clouds. The pilots succeeded in
bringing her down near the earth,
turned her about and set out to fight
their way southward against a strong
wind. The airship proceeded slowly
southward to the edge of the pack lee
where the steamer Fram was anchor-
The Pram started to tow the altship
to Spitsbergen. The strain was so
great, however, that it threatened to
tear the car to which the rope was
attached to pieces, and Mr. Wellman
finally decided to bring the airship
down to the surface of the water. This
was effected without mishap and the
car rested on the surface of the water
until all the members of the ear, the
dogs and the scientific instruments
could be transferred aboard the Fram.
A fresh start was then made. and the
America was towed back tQ within a
short distance from where the start
was made. Just as the airship reach-
ed the landing stage and everything
looked favorable for Its rescue with-
out serious damage, a sudden gust of
wind caught. the big Inflated bag
broadside and snatched it away from
its tow lines.
It was carried careening over, rough
ice hammocks for some distance and
then it exploded. All the scattered
parts of the airship were subsequently
recovered but the damage was so great
as to preclude any further attempt to
fly to the pole this year.

to three doctors; was kept In bed for
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
spider's bite caused large, deep sores
to cover his leg. The doctors failed,
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
Ington, of Bosquesville. Tex. For
eczema, boils, burns and piles It's su-
preme. 25c at all druggists.

Three More Lives Lost at Indianapolis
Brings the Total Up to Seven
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 22.-Three
more lives were sacrificed yesterday
in the competition which has inaugu-
rated the great Indianapolis motor
speedway. The fatal accident came
when a National car driven by Charles
Menr in the 300-mile race lost a tire
and crashed through a fence Into a
group of spectators, spreading death
and destruction in the wake of its wild
The dead are Claude Kellus, Indian-
apolis, mechanician in National car;
Ora Jolleffe, Trafalgar, Ind.. and an
unidentified man.
Seven Lives Sacrifced
The three deaths raised the tolls of
the speedway to seven !ves In one
week. William A. Bour4ue and his
mechanician. Harry Holcomb of the
Knox racing team. were killed in an
accident in the 250-mile race Thurs-
day. Cliff Litterall, a Stoddard-Day-
ton mechanician, was killed by being
hit by a big racing machine while on
the way out to the speedway. Thurs-
day Elmer Grampton, a six-year-old
boy. was killed by the automobile of
Dr. Clark E. Day of this city, while
the latter was on his way to the
speedway for the first day's races.
A pall of grief hangs over the city
and the more reckless automobilists
drive more carefully through the
streets than they did earlier In the
week. The frightful penalty paid for
a few broken speed records is greater
than bargained for when Indianapolis
threw open the gates of its "greatest
speedway in the world."
All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
correct urinary Irregularities, which, If
neglected, may develop into a serious
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.

I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
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- .MOy a m6iterefore entitled er 31. Sept. 6. have to begin his wooing all over
to e al For further Information call on or $104-65-San Francisco, Calm, and e- again, and If unsuccessful, go back to ACCIDENT TO MISS LLUiON TgU '1 :
The volatile of a Train Robber." write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or turn .(One way via Portland). July his business in Illinois alone. On rt KINg oe.i. i
by MWr Bse-eMt Bronson. is the J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla. 1 to Sept. 30. inclusive. Limit Oct. In the driving rain Mrs. Frey and Raleigh. N. C., Aug. 22.-Miss MMuseea er isnl
WY 4es good cow poacher who went 3L Stopovers. her husband rode throughout the Ellison. a popular young womsa e the A. i to si
Wro, and W ter PrIehard Waton Party wishes to buy a six or seven- etls Portland, Them countryside near Phi ouppsbo, N. the is elt, wa ght under yan woeedl -
We d ow o pe- room house east of ralroad in Ocala; Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, Nw "Here is my husband! He is alive!" automobile yesterday, four ri e being
ltlre are aie. cash transaction. Apply to star office. Westminster and Sellingham and re- Mrs. Prey proclaimed to the neigh- broken, her head and limnbo bruised,
. i ade fiction is contributed by turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to bors, who had suspected her all these collar boe dislocated and face mso-
Mn a milmore, Mrs. L H. Har- Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21. years. And Frey let all know that he ed. She has only a fighting chance
f1t1, I i BaDll Sdi James Oppen- Stopovers. believed she had been true to him. to live.
Sw Be Interdg reading is of- Above Rates Open to the Publio Jealousy was the cause of all the l
I*d In "A Servant on the Servant HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A. trouble. Frey, according to his story. REVOLTS AT COLD STEL
PV e," "MWahprlW Soot," "MThe OCALA, FLA. came home one day in March, 195.,
Plt 's ad -In the Interpres- C. M. DICKERSON, T. P. A., much the worse for liquor. He struck 'TYer ly hope "sald there e docte OpgA b. th. 1 e '
to30% 1,uo, "sed *& TAMPA, FLORIDA. his wife and threatened to. kill her. to Mrs. XI L sher, Detro t, .s '
An perai anmon- Then, fearing the consequences, he = f fng f Mom severe rectal l -"
Ment Is -mal a this isew of the a a- ALE- l e fled and until his return all believed les In a- operatio, "then Iused "r. (
AmsMm Magaznse which wil awakop ROR SALE-Fine walnut roller top himdad AnA d with but few LKIn ss New Life PIa." ae wrtMeW
meek urisl^ty and lively Interest in desk, cheap. Apply to h d .dDr.w.t.butfew tg's Ne LiePlss ilsswsh
softh evele ly and vel Interest In -daesk. eneap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hod:tions the villagers believed that Mrs. "am wbolly cured." ?bey peeve W Pam
the Ostaer an sueeding Issues. rey and farm hand, with whose pedlettle, c eostlpatlen, md-ds.
People with chronic bronchitis, as me hers had a been larm ked, wh wh e oat aln roiset. h -ni. .W.Is -*N-
AN UNRECONSTRUCTED REBEL thma and lung trouble, will Wd great, name hers had been linked.hadsoe -ec
b ,N thing to do with nhisoa vpeaanceM
relief and comfort in Foley's Honeyin MUCH CORRUPTION
Boa. G. N. aaMy. f Sylvester. Ga., and Tar, and can avoid suffering by EXIST IN MONTREAL
has politely but Irmly refused to ac.- commencing to take it at once. SoldPr s _
east as appointment as a member of by ali dealers. DI, F oo lish Montreal, Aug. 2t.-Testimony show-
the military staff f Go. Brown, be- Inlag that the city of Montreal has lost
easse he says he Is aq unreconstructed ASSASSINATION OF OAKLEY miltions of dollars In contract work C jB
Confederte and cannot subscribe to -an- and that official positions of all klad
the rsequbre oath. The* z O ISan the l Bluefleld, W. Va.. August 22.-Shot W V I 'have been bought and sold for years
Whoa Mr. lBassy was appointed from ambush by an unknown assassin 1M I al-. has been brought out by the nvestiga-
lisstesant colonel on the staff there mum whose motive undoubtedly was rob- aptiuag tomaSh tion into the city's afairs begun by
ws set him along with his commis- bery. W. H. Oakley. paymaster of the j ke ea m s the the provincial government several C.
slia the usual form of oath. Among Franklin Construction company of c:d diusppol weeks ago. *
ether things it Is required that ap- f a no &ftd baRock. W. Va.. died yesterday as his |W W ith Na 0 afts hA O
p9Intees shsid take oath to support assassin took from him 2.00 in cash. DISAREALE AT HOME -
the eoOUstitla of the United States. which Oakley was preparing to pay toIt L w
ta signing the oath, Mr. Saussy it fOW, S the company's employes. The mur- LotI of men and women who an
w "Ott upon It: n a derer fled to the mountains closely agreeable with others. get "cranky"
O" am an Confederate soldier on pa- n ursued by a posse of fifty men de- at home. It's not disposition, .I the Traasdi.
role. I except to the twelfth, four- W AM* termlned on summary vengeance. dshe am asiAle mad deeos ilee Hiver. If you find In yourself that you
teeth and fifteenth amendments.- cram- en iN L teIa ftesfst g and Tfee croe aro d te house little l.- itlv '
Where the blWe unalorm was pre- sel l fte C sivety 'COLLISION IN CHILI I Lataeo titaboStmeer tadiA* things worry you, Just buyablle of
selbed, Mr. sumssay alse scratched --- -aneswatbea r Ballard's Herbine and pt your river
oat the werd "blue" and wrote in the f Santiago. Chill. Au. 22.-A terrible argrtape. T an everybody around
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Pittsburg. Aug. 2.-With allthe
SLo. pnhthu. tary of a sleeping volcano the peat-up W,+ .-..
W. C A 9Mmimesanger of the striker of the Pre1sed
i.3 iA,,S m itom' Steel Car Co.. broke out last nlght and
the streets about the plant ran red
s AY TOO HtUP with the blood of the desa and wound
ed. go far It is hewn tUat twelve
Eat eIat oefmstaten ponuo- o Martialaw has,bem diseto red, but A e the 'uiB
amiuht o wa ss rwpeutei thse- e the toops seem to be u amble to eeW 0 th@eStW. te M MWARB
wge Msh eabeb in the state it he with the situation. Sev sMeral addlitn We W eAm=msIs"
es Jsl, smes more moe an ediet of companies of miles have been m ebi |m U whoe ham 1 bd1 t us
tmet et shea asttheef.a..o s I that at Homestead at say time
Augles s e. ush a prosuncla- that crisis.
meot ftole Mr. w.beway is both aT- Marianna. Fla.. June 1 09. ohm ad I 0t
"buy mnde Mr. C. W. Hill. Shortly before 8:30 o'clock last nalght.
Amet the edreds Of sero school Gainesville. Fla.: a mob of several thouesad strikers
aobersa a the state, some are us-gathered at the Saoonvill ate the
tMedlry ldhametbd be gt the m_ Dear Sir- P e a S C HarC. p t ,-
Jrty are a thil ad fairly "ompe- I have owned and operated a Brush Runabout since last July. I do denly made a concerted attack pPO
Set, else the latelent msta n mpos- not believe It has an equal in a small, light car. It will run on ordinary the big swinging gates of the stock- .
I the l t coam ty boards would roads, hill and sand, from 20 to 30 miles per gallon of gasolene. It takes ade.The attack was resisted by state
It is Poab e that a few white teach- sandy roads surprisingly well on high gear. There is not a sand bed or a troop s and depth sheuffs trlsle. In t .
ma $00 met what they should be, but hill in Florida that it will not climb on low gear. It will take rough first clash d by a a duty eriff was s ot
wel Mr. nlrway dae to teaten roads without the risk of breaking anything, for it Is strong and substan- path erd .e.ed s tike

out eth ad p w bill. He hasien and Insy.g, a state trooper was laistantly kfl
Mr. Jlelwsy is m akg a u ti ally built In an effort to ae the ma n pIck- : +- +;+-
iat ^Os toil. He hrs given a Its cost of upkeep is almost nothing. Its light weight makes it easy in ot asthte toonerwhodid th Jn shot -
eargsEt iadmmf of s tea kettle blow- on tires. I am still using the tires that I bought with the machine 11 eg by a revolver bwaet Sevean kil l
S -p. u hbet weather must have months ago; have never had a blow-out or a breakdown. In my prae- followed In quick succekssem sad two
put his eMalmty. He should ro tzice. I have run it several thousand miles. It rides as easily and com- other troopers on oot were killed out-
palf to "M il M de spring In Leon right
s ad soa6k M lies ia I-e co fortably as a baby carriage. The motor makes no nolse. The 1901 model r t.p Uei
IM flud Mtil be can think more "B" Is very nobby and snappy in appearance.M m 4"
Ot11? ,I have read every work Mr. Brush has written about his runabout and Seeing that the situation was be-
can say from experience that he does not exaggerate his car. I believe it com desperate, the troops for the ..
AUTHOR I DANGER will do even mpre than he claims for it. Anyone wishing a light car for strikrs fell at the first volley, and a
business or pleasure will make no mistake In getting a Brush. pitched battle ensued. Noleeable In ali
O1 the griea that the hero and Yours truly, the crowd of strikers were many. wo-
'e-ie of Rebue Chambers' serial. R. d. PIERCE, M. D. amn who seemed to be usrglng the men
tM Damaer Math," eow r unins In Original Letter on File in Office of on.The ob quickly returned the re,
dbo Awar y far P ost, have been GAINESVILLE MOTOR CAR CO. and two troopers dropped from their
-pI -- -1-Ase as to rMresent ,.,ouis Gor-
dmt l unueiy sd Katberine v-Gainesville, Florida. horses. Firing continued for some
ef mslsey, children of the 0 0 minutes, when the strikers. fiinIs Ire-
Wate 5 .~ B amerley, the admin- Mr. Hill is in the city with the little car. Be sure you me it. Ask him treated to prepare for another on-
ltst er of the gret Hamersley es- or R. R. Carrll about the ear. s a ht Tlv and for oopse lbarricaded tem-was
fte .t N oew Teeascou ated oanlv and for a time vytig te ..sS -, w. of
4 wiMt a view to bringing an action quiet Am m eAttackeda
t Itw agasetanauthor and publishers. Olr p mett08%pooagsd
isrhadt do Peyster Field, uicle while the writer keenly appreciated CLERK-CARRIER EXAMINATION The fatally hurt were placed aIn a Tnp'iy qu t *
b' marriage Of the amersleys and the honor of the appointment, he could ambulance to be taken to the olabpital.
40 Ali their guardins. has written an not yield his poiton in the matter The United States Civil Service Three of those in the vehle were In A
, gent letter to the states attorneys and respectfully declined. Commission announces that on Sep- a dying condition. As the vehicle
aiqulle1g an immediate Investigation Mr. Saussy always wears the gray tember 1, 1909. at Ocala, Fla, an ex- made Its way from the Pressed Steel
to0 astSn whether the story present- uniform and is noted for his allegiance aviation will be held for the positions Car Co. plant, It was attacked ad the
* t tned for a charge of slander to the lost came. of clerk and carrier in the post etice driver was forced to flee for his life.
8s8~theD e sl se rice. The team became frightened h and
The unuie was aroused by the, fet TAFT'S AUTUMN TRIP Clerks in offices of first and second plunged wildly about In the rowd. U
ti, while there was a remarkable class and carriers n the city delivery Many persons were trampled under we ie"ds
e011916 0 between the Hamersley President Taft's coming "swing service are divided into six grades, as foot and Inured. The ambulance was
edMM. as othe two leading charse- around the West" will come within follows: First grade, salary $Si; finally driven to the hospital by An Institution of the Flet Rook as .'
em In the story, the girl, who might about 700 miles of equaling the famous second grade, salary $800; third grade, company of troopers. ported, by State a Federal F
othbwise be taken for Katherine Roosevelt trip of 1903. Theodore salary $900; fourth grade, salary $1,- Shortly after this Incident a deputy Florida Yomng M--"ml
was reprented as h.av- Roosevelt covered 18,954 miles and 09; fifth grade. salary 8 100. Wxth sheriff was surrounded by a crowd of r s Cau5 L5ing to Dsgee t
as heretary taste o I President Taft is to cover 13,200. The grade, salary 1,200. Clerks and car- strikers. In a last desperate effort to the
wille the boy, Stag the description president hah planned every detail of riers at first-class offices will be pro- save bhimeelf, the qfleer drew his re-anL-IL
at iAs 0. .amwsley, ftgured in the the trip. giving the allroads the com- moted successively to the fifth grade, velvet and emptied it Into the crowd. m ,L L lL
S .toy as i nlove with the nurse.' plete itinerary and the time of each an# clerks and carriers at second class Then. throwing the gun into the very In Arts and Seiences: Agrliemtue: I. 't1 L
6elety peple who have beenm read- stop. The longest stops will be in the offices will be promoted successively teeth of those charging down on him. Chemical Civil, El trial and Me I. A l.. t:
Sthe story were quick to see in the Yosemite Valley and the president's to the fourth grade. Any clerk Is el- he yelled: "I am all In; I give up." chesicale~i eernltg;, law; NVrmal V. A M lSeb .
Sthe young brother's ch at o Chr gible for transfer to the service Of a The next moment five bullets were School; Graduate Scool Xi e No?..N
ilm a brother's Thranch at Corpu leaves CBverlyiti, carrier, and any carrier is eligible for fired into his body. Not satisfied, the Rxesedilly o1w. PFor Catalogue wr1 U.r hINt w sm s
lle h ew and Texas. The party leaves Beverly on transfer to the service of a clerkiked the,
S 1sote D s September 15th and will return to transfer e il crowd beat andkickedth body until A. A. MURpR A. M.,L. "W
at NOI NO ItWasS appeared that Washington on November 10th.yAr ellimitsed, feature were mutilated beyon
Mr. Chamber other characters were 'ears.The age lImits arewalved, recogntion.
thes f reatl ltho. of course however, in cases of persons honor- When notified of the trouble Sheriff
he eaed ithem wlth -different ably discharged from the military or Gumbert call for additional deputies
MEam. naval service by reason of disability and troops, and at 11 o'clock left fori'
resulting from wounds or sickness in- the scene In. an automobile. He car-
T cured In the line of duty. ried telve riot guns and two cases of
AMERICANMale applicants for the post office ammunition. When he arrived he Nerth Aves. ad Paastree Sbre Atleata a g 4 e
Srr T service must be at leant 5 feet 4 In- found the wildest disorder, the scenes girls s yng is ot te r t
the T Struggle for the pounds In weight bare feet, and 125 ben Indescribable. Mounted troopers Ained mer tIe. Ca ies dlvMe ed nto 11 ilmetirn to
f e r of te fWot"r s o ts t. and hat; otherwise their oppvcatongalloped Indiscriminately through the striuctes. cult o eighteo specialis ts.
the hM 4itms a of thee tpt;air wll be canceled Feale applcatis streets with riot maces drawn, crack- Io, Art, Rip.eslo.. Certifiate admits You to
AmwreaMama e. Its author, George DN'T NEED GLASSES are not required to be of any specific ing the heads of all persons a paterndg Mp ona, ti Th-rty-eond year
S tomsrw ss thn HariL Many people do not need glasses but height or weight. hA-L. .
ta N ss r tin almost people do Applicants for the post office ser- troopers broke down the doors of S
Wa p- upa moYou may beon o the vice are required to be physically houses suspected of being the retreat
Idea ahead et biaI and working up to There are two ways of finding out sound and in good health. of strikers, and wholesale arrests HARRIMAN ON HiS WAY HOME SK LSIS
tan to psion with One-await for time and disease o For application blank. Instructions were made. Scores of persons were A M O H S W .
Mfs wl -ineeees of brain: Harri- Two e nsult ot about it. application should be mnad to the Ia- jals in the yard of the car company feeme mm his recent treatment tsi a, r-'.
MB'1 t asWe Can Tell You whether or not you cal secretary at the Ocala poet office, plant, ward H. Hairran, the American all. ma- 10. I hawe th
The article giees a nurpmiseng need them. DR. D. M. BONEY, or the undersigned. No application road magatte. 1s on his way 2055e, lul BBOWadge AB
Jlate She dde vorkiaa of Mreat rail- F-yesigbh Specialist. will be accepted unless properly exe- FREY IS TRYING having, saled from this port en the sight. omease
wrOcala, Fla. cuted and filed with the undersigned TO MAKE AMENDS sterner Wilhelm ii. which wilt con* -Oslain, gSl beg
tay Stasmard Daker writes about Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 prior to the hour of closing business vey haim to New York. v l as sadl t,
TOf adto 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- on August 25, 1909. For fourteen long years Mrs. Georl ge n as e S
o t me onebl oratory, rooms b anli 4 Gary blockSec. Gth Cvil Servie DiaL Prey was pointed out to strangers as A W AU NI Ad. a P. D. Sp.
drllas bs been given away by Atlanta, Ga., a woman to be shunned. It was gen- is the only way to describe the po at the Star efsie K.
Amerleoss during the past ten years LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA rally beleied she could, if she would, chlM that is afficted with werm. No q ca1n ""'.,
to p nt p ATLATIC COAST LINE er hy believed s cou f sh ou l, r o how ofen Ite
s is n to the -3-4--1O4. --Los Angeles and San vIa the of her husband, who was supposed to from the food, the child gets practi- tr-- take P'_-- ..a.
'Winm 5ad ther Occapatlias" by Francisco, on male 'various dates. T, n R .N3 hae been murdered, but now all is oy nne. white's Cream Vermi- St gmp the e9b aib
Plt" W. L Thomas, shows how Limit October 31. Variable routes $17-9--lac M N, and re- he deserted hi wie, and although ys ge gets rid of the worms quickly, s raumts the heis ep
pe~in~ImI rom the top and S10-Seattle, Washington. Variable turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19. 21. has forgiven him, she refuses to take Po Ridealers
o ad tom, routes and stopovers. Limit Octo- 21, August 2, 9, 16. 21, 25 Limit him back. Consequently Prey will

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af Ir~VrMe was In town best.
'1ia OI aa,t Jackseanville,.
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OI September Sad tret le a, to
Sp. m., the Muaroe & ChammblIs Bank
wI gtve a puIse demomItratoam of the
working of the electric burglar arm
Wateam that the bank recently Install-
ed. The people will be gladly shown
and told Just how it works and espe-
eally the ladies are requested to call
and see the system In operation.
There wil be three rel of pltuIes
and some fine mus at the Ar DomeI
this evelaning. Admmion an 6
cents. Mr. Tuker w cut the vaude.
vIle featwu out a a Wil. The
weather last week wo have drbwn-
ed out a Ne-wAm*band des show.

The people e( bumellos are very
maCh elated over the progress the S.
A. L. making I I building the Early
Wrd and DunIeflon extension. The
Vad wSll oon be finished into Dun-
Ueea and will mean a great deal to
that eity. Mr. Ed Anderson Is the con-
.trnter and knows his business.

A new runabout autombOei fr sale
at a reasonable diMeunt from orig-
inal cost. If Interested, adds "AAn-
tomobile," care Mar etas.
Mr. BU Converse of the ealt
Playing mlls, left Sunay for his for-
mer home la the New Egland states.
where he will spend a moath or six
weeks with relative. Mr. I. A. Polly
will be i charge of the mll during his

Lok ever our itae of toilet prep-
aratilns. We are quite proud of the
fe stock. Portumes powders and
oape of the aner grades. TydIngs &
Mr. Royal B. Cole, teller for the
Munroe & Chamblisas Bank. returned
Saturday from his visit to New York
City. Royal had a great time but Is
glad to get back and at work.
Bear In mind we carry a funl Mne of
8taffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pIs from 81 up. at the Oeala
News Company.
Dr. A. L, Islar came up this morn-
ing from Oklawaha. where he spent
Sunday with his family. The doctor
has Just returned from his vacation of
two weeks spent at Green Swrings.
Clearwater and Tampa. He will re-
turn, to the lake this afternoon and
will come home tomorrow to resume
his practice.
The prescrpoon department Is the
malt stay of any drugsre. Accuracy.
reliability. promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your reaerlptions.
Tydigs fo: Co.

Mrs. H. M. Hampton came home
from Woodmar this morning, here
she spot a few days with Mrs. R. R.
Carroll and wll leave Thursday for
Nashville, where she will spend the
next six weeks.
The Messrs. A. a and D. B. Kibler,
who have been In Europe for the past
several weeks on business connected
with their phosphate firms, will return
the first of September.

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. Its guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
WANTED-Two energetic, reliable
men to sell and collect in Marion and
adjoining counties. Reference requir-
ed. Address, J. G. Dedge, Galnesville,

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elils and Mr.
ThIM Tomlinson went to Eastlake yes-
terday, where they will remain ten
days. having rented one of the New-
port cottages.

Among those who spent Sunday at
the lake were Meesss. J. T. Iancaster,
BI A. Weathers, C. K. Sage J. L Bpural
Ifn, D. W. Davis, H. M. Hampton and
R. Carroll.

"Can be depended upon" Is an ex-
pression we all like to hear. and when
It la used In connection with Cham-
berila's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy It means that it never falls to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and

If you are run down Pley's Kidney
Remedy will belp you. It strengthens
the kidneys so they will eliminate the
Imparities from the blood that de-
press the nerves, and cause exhaus-
tion, backache, rheumatism, and uri-
ery Irregularities, which sap the vi-
tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by all


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KULS M 0quitoin Bedbogp
Roachie, Motis, Wa-
terbugs. Ants, Fleas.
Dewroy ermns and
steriliae the eggs of
all inn ct8-
CLEANS Furnmiture, Carpet,
Rngu Curtaius. JtC,
punitively hirmlew to
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DISINFiETS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre-
ventitive of all COn.
tagious diseases to
man and beast.



One of the handsomest and best lo-
cated bomes on the east side of Lake
We. Good houses, orange grove and
.plenat yot land: cheap for cash. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, city.

A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sized house,
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to P. W. Ditto, city.

To years ezpewene. etwea
any muste teacher In Ocala. ay
mue house I Jackouvllle.
213. A. IM. lansitr. eity. 1-8-tt

Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systeas.
We are prepared to do the work.

ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. SS per week.
BLAIR VIIAA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furaished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S Woodrow.
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.

Not a single 'phone has burned In a
house In Ocala. A telephone Is better
than 1usuranr In case of burglars or
Xe" you need quick action. TYou get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, $4 per quarter In ad-
asme. Ocas Telephone Co.

New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just reaelved. Wn. Anderson,
drggist and seedaman, Ocal, Fla.

I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinston.
Fla, for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Textqgtolo. Ky., selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock ralaers. I
am In position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, LI
ILH. Willisa Jr.. rEvinaton. Fla.

,i Jaikm m-EH .

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 aupnly man.
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 Vt
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medleknes that contain opium
ean nmarcotis. McGee's Baby ElIxir
contains no Injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness-splendid for teething
Infants. Sold by all druggists.

A novel method of catching mullet
was practiced lately by John J. Jan-
dreau of Fort Pierce, says the St.
Lucie Tribune.
While at the inlet last Monday, ac-
companied by his wife and little girl.
he noticed a considerable number of
large mullet feeding in a small creek.
He built a dam across the mouth of
this creek and then little Miss Jan-
dreau, barefooted, splashed about in
the water: the fish. becoming panic-
stricken, ran for deep water.
Coming to the dam they leaped over
It and fell Into an open silk umbrella

Mr. C. W. BI, of the at alaese
Motor car Co. anrrve o town at 2
aressek this afterno on a tie ah Bo
runabout ear and wfl hbe I tlown mill
Wednesday morning to shew anI M
who is interested what the ear wWL da
Mr. Hill heard this morning that w
ear could come through to Oeiat. the
rnads between MIcanpy apd Galaes-
ville being m a
cars had turned back and given up the
trip. Mr. Hill found the reod the
worst he had ever een and wa sev-
eral hours making the trip. but the
Brush did the work. From Meaniopyi
here though bad. the roads are In bet-
ter shape and he camee through In fa
time. Mr. Hill will be at the Metro-
pole. Ask there or at the Star office
for him or Mr. CarrolL

Mr. Frank H. McCullough and Miss
Elizabeth B. Brooks, of this city, were
married at 6 o'clock yesterday after-
noon at Rev. EL Gabby's residence
in the presence of a few friends. The
Star wishes this pleasant young couple
much happiness

Mr. Sam W. Copeland and Misn LI-
lian Harrison will be married Wednees-
day evening. Mr. Copeland Is the ef-
ficlent young fireman on the A. C. I4
yard engine and Miss Harrison Is the
pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.

There will be an excursion to OGaemn-4
ville from Ocala over the Atlantic
Coast Line Railway on August 20th,
on account of the baseball game be-
tween Ocala and the Oak Halls. The
fare will be 76 cents for the round
trip, 40 cents for half fare. TiCeets
will be good on train No. 10, leaving
Ocala at 5:<5 and train No. 40 leav-
ing at 1:40. Every one should go over.
see the game and root for'the home
team. It will be a pleasant day's out-

The burglars visited the Carleton
House last night, took everything
from the refrigerator that was cooked,
took a 25 cent piece that was known
to be on the sideboard, struck matches j
all over the floor and porch and made
their escape without any one being the
wiser until morning.
Messrs. Tompkins Cobb are buying
up horses when the opportunity offers
to re-stock their stables and are doing
a gradually Increasing business. They
will soon be running full blast.

The Ocala Lumber & SupplyiCo.,
(M. J. Roess) are pushing their build-
ings forward down at the yards and
track room In the northern part of the
city and getting their stock of build-
ers material In as fast as possible.
Elegant furnishe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

Accuracy a characteristic, Is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
Mesprs. John T. Lewis. George Mac-
Kay, L. R. Crazal, D. E. Mclver and
0. B. Howe returned this morning
from the lake, where they spent Sun-
Let Mr. Hill of Gainesville, who will
be in Ocala today and tomorrow.
show you what the little Brush run-
about automobile will do, If you are
Don't waste your money buying
plasters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty-
five cents. A piece of flannel damp-
ened with this liniment Is superior to
any plaster for lame back, pains I the
side and chest! and much cheaper.

FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50: cost S60 new: one large
cook stove. good order, ;6: *ots of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for $12. .
W. H. Clark. Ocala.
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer: he'll
probably know.
FOR SALE--One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (50 lbs. Ice) 8t:
one extension dining table, oak. 8L. W.
H. Clark, Ocala.

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We have a artoe cruaher at w toi* Oak afiat.-bIkS
kinds of Cement Work, Bs daUefta mof
Brick, Build SMewalka, AntUklal Stone Xukem, msb MUkeftaw
Blocks for Foundawuns for hase work w oh eok bew .
are cheaper. Warehouse Crebe on A. C. I

The members and chgr name a
the Ocala Baptist church who
the elements and attended the service
yesterday morning, certainly gave e-I-
dance that love of church was Mamaru
than love of clothes, sad the -amont
of damage done to summer milliary
Itf reduced to dollars and cents would
have delighted the hearts of the deac-
ons of the church it It could have been
handed to them towards paying church
expensBs. But Jupiter P. had no mercy
and came down on the aery after
church ina a way that must have made
many a fair wearer call him some very
hard name Those. however, who did
turn out were certainly amply repaid
In the way of sermon and singing.
Mr. A. B. Schrieber with a magnifie-
eat baritone vooe, uang a soloU after
the offertory which fairly thrilled the
Mr. Gabby, the pastor, read for a
lesson the t chapter of Mark sad
selected for his text, "All Men are
Seeking Thee." He gave a very In-
teresting and graphic deaeripte aof
the various surroundings at the time
the words were used to him, aad then
gave the reasons men have for seeking
him today. *
First became of the originality of
Christ's preaching that while the sub-
ject of man's redemption wa of
course by no means a new one, yet the
way that Christ expounded It was
such that people were amaed and
mid: W o man spoke as this man
spoke." Another reason given by Mr.
Gabby why people should seek him
was his humanity and spokg very feel-
ingly on the human side of Christ's
Ulte. Another reason given was his
uneAM-hon .,He said that Christ
never d1W a single act to promote his
own Interests, or benefit himself; that
all his works were for the betterment
of the human race and to point them a
way of salvation.
Mr. Gabby gave some very pointed
illustratIon of the various ways that
man has to show the selafismne of
human nature,, and told a story of a
man who wished his name perpetuated
forever. He carved It on a tree, but
the owned of the tree felled It and ob-
literated the name. Then be built a tall
monument and carved his name on
top but a stroke of lightning destroy-
ed the shaft. Then he went to the
summit of a mountain and carved his
name on the seemingly imperishable
rock, but an earthquake leveled the
mountain and his name was lost. Then
setting aside his own selfishness, be
started In to do all the good be could
In this world and found In the end
that Jie had Immortalized himself. He
also told a very pretty legend of a
man who was ordered to make a bell
that should be heard for one hundred
miles, and was given gold, silver and
brass to make It of, but the metals
would not fuse. and try as he would
be could not make them do so. and
consequently he could cast no bell. He
was then given a certain time to suc-
eed or forfeit his life and when the
last day of his probation arrived he
was as far from success as ever; the
metals would not fuse and be was In
dispalr. His daughter then went to an
oracle, who tol her only the blood of
a virgin would fuse the metals, so
when the seething mass of metal was
about to be poured from the cauldron
Into the mould for the last time, the
maiden threw herself into the molten
mass and gave her life to save her
father. The legend says that the
metals fused, the bell was a success
and when raised to Its tower its beaa-
Utful tones could be heard for the dis-
tance demanded, one hundred miles.

The 200 Rhode Island Red chikens
which were to have been shipped me
last week have not yet arrived. As soon
as they reach here the public will be
notified. I am sorry for the delay but
acted in good faith and hate to think
that I have disappointed my custom-
ers. 8. 3. Rowe,
Rowe's Little Bonanaa.

An degt-kceh Wesnghoue electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity I ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhea, which can be controlled by

giving Chamberain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that Is
necessary is to gtre the presribed
dose after each operation of the bow-
els more than natural and then cast
oil to cleanse the system. It isasfe
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Canegie Mal~ and third men's dormitory now completed: electric
lights, stea sa furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health condl-
ties; fine ymamnewlum, athletic Selds. boating, tennis courts, golf liAks;
Sbaebal fotbHa& ad basketball teams champions of Florida in 1909.
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate;
scbolarshlps available: Christian but undenominational; stands for I
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For Catalogue Address the President:

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The Beautiful

Ha0vood White Sulphur Springs Hotel

Lad of the Sky"


Altitude 2#850 Feet

On the Southern Railway, one nour rrom Asheville. Capacity 250 gudsts.
No eonsumptlves. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths, Muice, Bowling and Tennis.
Special attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
Inftematila address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Knill-
worth Ian, Asheville.)

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Gave Her Life in a Vain Effort to Save
Her Friend
Wildwood, N. J.. Aug. 22.-In a fu-
tile effort to save the life of W. Brooke
Lessig. a well known Philadelphia
lawyer, with whom she was swimming
in the surf at Wildwood Crest yester-
day. Miss Virginia Paul, one of the
leaders in the younger society set of
Philadelphia was drowned in the swift
ocean current. Neither body has been
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-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There are imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them, and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else in place of them. Sold by all
New York. Aug. 22.-The Marconi
Wireless Telegraph company here re-
ceived an aerogram yesterday. an-
nouncing the destruction by fire of the
operating, condensing and buildings of
the transmission station at Glace bay,
Nova Scotia.
The operating building was the
chief one of the big plant at Glace
bay. and its being destroyed means an
interruption of the trans-Atlantic ser-
vice. The service to and from steam-
ers off the coast will not suffer, how-
ev r.
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.



H. G. Wheeler, a prominent farmer,
who for years has been experimenting
with Everglades lands, was in Jack-
sonville a few days ago, and stated
that several farmers had discovered
that 'glade lands would produce the
finest potatoes and this winter several
hundred acres will be planted. The
possibilities of marketing crops sev-
eral weeks in advance of those of the
northern part of the state will give a
choice, open market, thus giving the
growers top notch prices. This is not
the only new crop which will be plant-
ed on the drained fields during the next
winter, and from what can be learned
there will be some great results de-
rived by the farmers there.
Do ee Open lear Iot

Like a young bird and gulp down what-
ever food or medicine may be offered you I
Or. do you want to know something of the
composition and character of that which
you take Into your stomach whether a
food or medicine ?
Most intelligent and sensible people
mow-a-days insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
right to iist upon such knowledge. So he
publises, and on each bottle
w r Wr, sbat a eis m made eof
hecan w haflM& t f
SI t which is medicines
are m-ade arestuied and understoca tae
or wil tneir superior curative virtuen
or t reof w aa peculiar we
messes, imgliaries and derang
giving rise to frequent headaches, back
ache, dragginfdown pain or distress ir
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom-
panied, ofttimes, with a debilitating*
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp-
toms of weakness. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescriptoa is a m efficient remedy
It is equally effective in curing pain f
periods. In driving strength to nursuin
mothers and In preparing the system o
the expectant mother for baby's coming,
thus rendering childbirth safe and cow-
paratively painless. The "Favorite Pre
scription' Iw a most potent, strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
It is also a soothing and invigorating
nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostratikn, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms. chores or St. Vitus's dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at-
tendant upon functional and organic dis-
eases of the distinctly feminine organs
A host of medical authorities of all the
several schools of practice, recommend
each of the several Ingredients of which
*Favorite Prescription* is made for the
cure of the diseases for which it Is claimed
to be a cure. You mav read what they
say for you f by sending a postal card
request for a free booklet of extract
from the leading authorities, to Dr. R. V
Plr.,.. TnvalidHa' Hotel and Snrrical le.

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Value of Everglades Drainage
ing More Apparent Every OD
(Jacksonville Metropolis. 2th.)
Since the value of Everglade lands
has passed the stage of mere conjec-
ture and opinion and practical results
have triumphed over theories, the pro-
moters of drainage of the vast areas
of marshes and swamps in the southern
section of the state have been relieved
of the necessity of local advertising
or agitation, and the wheels of pro-
gress are moving so quietly that little
attention is attracted to the Vverglade
proposition. But, despite this tact. the
work of advertising the land Is still
going on, not in Florida. but In the
Western and Northern states, where
capital Is lying idle. but ready for the
gigantic development of the thousands
of acres of valuable and fertile lands.
Evidence Is Conelusive
Conclusive evidences of the success
of the Everglade promoters is found in
the numerous parties of investigators
which are seen in Jackskonville at fre-
quent Intervals, headed for Fort Lau-
derdale at Miami, with a view of ascer-
taining the truth of reports given out
by land owners and their agents.
Hardly a week passes without such a
party reaching this city, and from here
they are escorted to the scene of drain-
age operations by agents of the various
corporations, which are leading in the
development of the Everglades. The re-
ports of the visitors upon returning
from their inspection trips are enough
to show that Everglades lands are held
in great value, and even those who
have money invested in Western farm
lands are ready to admit that Florida
has more to offer than many of the
landed sections of the Wert.
Oade County Sees Opportunity
Despite the opposition to the drain-
age scheme, which was strongest in
Dade county, the people of that sec-
tion are new realizing that the future
prosperity and progress of Dade and
Palm Beach counties depends .to a
great extent on the reclamation and
development of the new territory. All
arguments as to the impossibility of
drainage are now accepted as so much
rot, and it is doubtful if such orgu-
ments are remembered as long a time
as is required to voice them.
This is seen in the remarks of those
settlers, who. a short time ago were
opposed to the expenditures of public
funds by digging canals and making
embankments against the floods from
Lake Okeechobee. The latest fault-
find ing basis of the opposition is that
Lake Okeechobee can never be drained
or lowered, and in answer to this
statement the farmers declare that it
matters but little what happens to the
big lake as long as small sections of
land are made dry enough for farm-
The Increase in Prices
With the opening of the next season
of farming for the winter, the' value
of Everglade land will be more clearly
and positively demonstrated than ever,
as dozens of farmers will have crops
on land which last year was under wa-
ter. The experiments conducted dur-
Ing the past months have shown that
the real success of farming has never
been given publicity, as the owners of
the land preferred to make their ex-
periments In a quiet way on account
of the possible "I told you so" remarks
of professional knockers with such
Produce the Finest Potato.

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As a er invigoratg tonic "Fa-
vorite pti" imparts strength& to
the whole system and to the o la die
tinctly fem2me in parti Fcr over
workedSvwor i-out," ruamdowawi4debaihted
ctC hers, iilhfiqr, dresmakes, eaum-
stresses, "shop-girss," houmkepers, na
mIg mothers, and feeble women generally,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
grctcst earthly boon, be.i- uequakd
as an appetizing cordial restorative
As a soothing and strengthening nerv-

l t I F a m 0x t. 0
inc 'FSvoritC PrsT -Ki^
and ius valuable in =a
nerves w bt,

hystena, ap-s, S. VsC u '
other t & liag u
monly uapnnd.
rgan disease o the

Dr. Pierce's Peasa
the stomach river ad bi
three a dose. Easy to i

Evazy WomA ought to po e. Dr. Piece's great book, the Peope's CaeIIS
Advier, a -a&ifhra th-Amn pvoe umeed wi. It teaches ame hosw
children amd themsdv. It s the eat docr to have a the Ious ise ge
a miliom copies were old at $1.50 each, bat a fiw copy n p c s w
21 one-cent samp" to pay the coat at malug a*,-; .g'ged 31 as Sar a L-hr m Il
copy. Addmigathe ubim WM d nliDhiamymMei"i.AM .datim".a



Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by t

Latest Methods

We have just received one ot tfa, f
Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine
for the puujpose of grinding Lawn Ad
does the work perfectly. If you wila f
your patronage, we guarantee to gtie yo
Mower in better condition than tho d0 y
it. It wi be d rp, and stay 8 haarp l&4
old style way, which is usually do I
rienced workman with a,fl or an umary

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Bluefield, W. Va., Aug. 22.-Pres-
ence of mind of a negro driver thwart-
ed the attempt of ten Italian highway-
men to hold up the Pocahontas Con-
solidated Collieries company's pay
wagon containing $15,000 yesterday.
The robbers opened fire on the wagon
under cover of the coke ovens which
line the mountain road. The dzver
fell backward In the wagon to escape
the fire, but before he did so, he
whipped up the team of mules, caus-
Ing them to run away. When the rob-
bers saw they had failed to stop the
wagon they fled Into the mountains.
It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, of Kemp. Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contracted a stubborn cold." he
writes, "that developed a cough that
stuck to me. In spite of all remedies,
for years. My weight ran down to 130
pounds. Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
178 pounds." For severe colds, obsti-
nate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma,
and to prevent pneumonia it's un-
rivaled. 50c and $1. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by al drugists.
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of September. A. D. 1909, 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 city
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 ronn mo e s the eiA 7th dave nf


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MuttUt, Armour's Star BauB ACT'W' fPA .
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnip:
Sweet Potatow Irbh Potats, a pmbb

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etMd Iea eugqk, brtago m r- beofb ,e thA
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%mtm yo. Soam .aofu th ek A *,a
Ia o help for at all. tae w-i
There are, i fact, very. tw aftN- R m I r
mats whlcb ammt be traced 40 --ti M t 4
rectly to impure blood. Aad tai- -b e adt2.0
pae blood to always duto a difa ym W eIrt
Ord*Sered toM O I in A
Dyspepda. Thva ca1a I
tame to seeuse a eomplet ster, deal dat -
thin of at s o" It g0Nf oes nea mi
this by t 1tem dl tstim an food
is the stomach a"d keeping It Ow
metedL -n asm h t bMeI @a reted seuPw
and eaA -e-m Itsa ov wo Ko". R.WI .M
del Tmv ies the teme- .. t.the gj
Ofecd quickly moves sRlaw eee
Wbhm ft be resafled that Ap w G"AImC1
Pxy, Heart Mteo.m Caae-d1 .5 -Is
OvN Coasmptloa are due to g
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Treating Th W
W Many times cala gthik a
magme, one fhm dyspepia, te m et
liver or dimseas, anod inuha
pain here there andaaths t !i:
Wdthei yong orob
he, afumnmg te to e such, hs'pie -pmb
vy they ame only 0.I7 je
meIt Of -uIM orp d3dL fmnti

camE of suffering, keeps up his trIat
The sufffng patient gets no better by reman
meat, but probably worse. A proper mediSoe ike Dr."i
Vonte Prescriptin, Am Ar Zi cranewould have .teby
4; H* ran pP6 aMM -
i*hpe abing a those dt Sis - and mnsW has been well said, that "a disease kawimsia cise
Dr. Phas Fanwh in sha@Mtc

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eOglt and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Most Cornm-
plfa Plase of Its Kind in the CGentry. Re-modeled and Right
Up*To*Dets. First Class Reetaurant in Connection. First Class
Meal and Reasonable Beard to We-kly Customers

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
and Sold.

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