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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 24, 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: VID03253
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Sa &d MoWeal life of rwepe
m bem or on 'the way, and special
do his ve been male for the
ae1mnelatilm of a lamrs number of
- e spectators.
The contests are to take plaea on
t" picturesque and historic letheny
plains, at the very dams of the city of
Rbelms. It was a these plains In
I1I that the Ocarf Uma sla reviewed
IMe.ea tres n, ad where ma ny men -
bhe events In the history of ~aurope
have takes place. On the race track
there many importaat sporting con-
tests have bee belM sae the place Is
easlly reached from Paris and many
oth the eites oft FmMe.
An aulouea rm o tbarely ten
minutes oa the road from Rheimam to
Nep batel brings one to the aero-
e.me, which In situated elose to the
me course, Just side the fork made
by the diversonce of the railway lines
Rheims to Laon and Rheims to Char-
levme.
A new road has been made acroa
the fields from the Nefchatel road to
the trlbmnet, and from the site of the
trbumnes the whole of Betheny plain.
upon which a milHom troops could
maneuver with ease, Is disclosed.
Apart from Its perfect appropriateness
for aviation purposes, the country. In
spite of Its flatness, Is picturesque and
Interesting.
The course over which the aero-
planes are to travel Is r4ct"aml*r,
two sides measuring three and three-
soarter kilometres each sad the other
two one and one-quarter each. At
each corner is an eigbteen-metrb high
plyon. painted red anad white, to Indi-
cate the circuit
Beflinha Monday, every day l the
week will be maIked by lights or at-
tempted flights, cuhlanatia on Satur-
day with the International dnpeu -
tive tet for the Coupe Internatlon-
albe dAvlation. In this momentous
struggle Wfo sut emaey the raeprnse-
tative of the United States % ean H.
CurSes, wil meet the most Intrepid
aerialists at Prance, uEland, Gert-
many and Italy. M. Bleriot, wb won a
place on history pave by being the
first to by across the 3 lish channel
In an aeroplane, win be smong the
contestants. and President iFllleres
and Premier Briand will be among the
.dlstiplshed j~pectaters of the aerial
conteata.
Amenrian Ahadas Usal
Excellent weather yesterday made
Ideal onditions for the second day of
aviation week.
Thousands witnewed a series of Im-
presolve evolutions of the dirigible
balloon of Colonel Renard. which was
the fist of Its class to arrive.
Tisandler. slamg a Wright bh-plane,
thus far holds the speed record.
Glenn H. Curties, an American
vtator, made a new record .when he
covered six and one-ftb miles In
eight minutes and thirty-five and
three-fifths seconds, by the official

CURED HAY MPVER
AND U"MER MCOLD
A. 8. Nusbaum,. Batesvile, Indiaa.n
writes: ~'ast year I suffered for
bree mouths with a summer cold so
dbtaaing that It Interfeed with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, sad a doctor's pre-
scriptiom did not reach my ease, and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It. Prtunately I
Insisted upon having Wley's Honey
Homey and Tar. It quickly cured' me.
My wife has since used Fbleys Honey
and Tar with the same success." SoMd
by all dealers,.
AEROPLANES FILLED THE AIR
Six Aleft at Omne Tie Over Rhelm
Suda-Wrglet Machine the Beat
Rhelms, France, Aug. St.-The spec-
tale of six aeroplanes simultaneously
wlingin their flight in huge circles


over the plain of Betheny Sunday was
a remarkable feature of the open ug
day of aviation week.
Latham was first away. ascending
high from the start. He passed the
cheering tribunes at. a height of 156
feet, and the ovation he received was
all the heartier for his plucky though
unsuccessful attempt to cross the
EnWlsh ChanneL Lambert, Sommer.
Cockbum, Delacrange and Fournier
followed In quick succession. and as
Latham was completing the rMst
Xound at a height of MS feet, six
aeroplanes like huge gulls were hov-
eriag over the feld. Fourner was
first down. falin head on Into a hay-
stack as Lambert swept around Into
the second lap, his machine seeming
tto o a brilliant rainbow which
illuminated the sl.--- ."
Round .-MI round the aeroplas
esoloi disappearing Into the dis-
tance. only td reappear along the
course. Meanwhile Lefebvre started
and was followed by LaBlane, Bunau-


Varilla. Tisandler. Ferber.
and Paulham. until the air
filled with mammoth birds.


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seemed


Wright IIMaine tayed In
Latham came down after finishing
the second road, the others gradual-
ly dropping out until only three
Wright machines remained alaft Lam
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of-eights and swooping down over the ffff1 _
heads Of the people In front of the i
trbn Lambert fishing at the
same time. TIm Wr'+rbtt machines -


alone completed the required three
rounds.


*M REWARD, 6S


The readers of this paper will be
pleased to arm that there Is at least
s- dreaded disease that science hap
been ae to cure in an its states. and
out Is atarrh. HaWs Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure known to the
ed l fraternity. Catarrh being a
Cons tuoal dies, requires a con-
sdtdonal treatment. Hall's Ca tatu
CureO Is taken Internally, acting direct-
ly Upn the blood and mucous surface
09 the sy3s,. thereby destroying the
founldtIa of the disease, and giving
the patient stresnat by building up the
the m=lkuIs aad aaslsting nature
in dluag Its work. The proprietors
hawe so much faith 'In Its curative
pWses that they offer One Hundred
Deoars for any case that it falls to
ere. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: P. Cheney & Co_ Toledo. 0.
Bld by druggist 7 Tc. Take Halls
Famiy Pills for or.-tip-tion

ITALY MAY BE ARBITRATOR
In, th Dsp MownFrmane and
M Oie wr a ellie Islad
Washingto&l, Aug. 23.-The owner-
ship of Clipperton Island In the Pa-
c ocean las n dispute between
Frane and Mexico. The Italian gov-
ernment has Indicated its willingness
to act as arbitrator In settling the
question.

IF YOU KNeW
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rbeumatie trouble. ti bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by drggsts
or by mal. Send for testimonials. Dr.
.L W. Hal, 2M Olve Street, St.
Lelus, Mo.
LOOSE. LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Let the Star office print and pertor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your in-
voice ledgers and bill bead systems.
We are prepared to do the work.


ICE! ICE!


rItI nr.m hi wa Id

They say, but If you. will examine
carefully the lee which melts so rap-
fly you wfll note that there seems to
be boles In It, that the center is what
Is called "snow lee', which, being por-
ous, allows It to melt quickly.

""ysta- lIce"
* 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 thq Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


FLUn PMAKIMS &

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oneral Praetie Calms Made Promptly
Might r Day
Speelel Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
easse of Women and Children
OffAe: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 3U.
Residence, No. 333.
OCALA. FLORIDA


Equtable

Life Assunmce Society

a Ule i0 SlSam

STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"

MISS FLORIDA CONDON.
Resident Agent.


C. J. PHILLIPS
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Plans and Specleatlons Paralshed
Upon Requet.
1I g2pth Third St.,
Pbhee 1. OCALA. FLA.


lontem Barbeshop

Gm Cuamanemet Wifthe tiem ed Ooe
Skilled woramen and courteous at-
temtio to all. Special attention to
children.
ELM RIUC MASSAGE


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Water Wellma i M rWIS H m her
Airsup and Try the Th md Tim.


Camp Wellman. Dae s bland, Spitz OG.A. ".
ber g. Au. 16. via Christ a. C.
24.-To the general rilef of th mere- -
here of the polar expedtion Walter
Wellma although shaken by his;e
misfortune, announces that he Is more
determined than ever not to abandon a. ian fita ft I N so I IIIN
his plan, but will continue to wrestle i ey famr of the -nIngl -, ...,
with all the difficulties standing in the Weo dt a5 a d s. i .
way of reaching the north pole by air- woma wh iave built ml arn IpE bEly9
ship. W. _..' W S
Ma. Wellman plans to build a new W e a a at y --. 11
ship. longer and narrower than that
which met with disaster, and of i er
speed. Other Improvements wil be
made, profiting by experience. Work- .
men are enlarging the airship home U
and making all ready for another
camuprigim All the members of the
crew of the airship have the utmost
confidece in their leader an the I j+OF 1 ,".*
ultimate success of bhi enterprise. ,'.
They have asked to go with him on
"- w CARRIES M. i-
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP "
to three doctors; was kept in bed for I E
five weeks. Blood poisoned frt a
spiders bite caused large, deep so ..


Ington. of ...1 B.sq le, Tex. For
then "Bckles's Arsand piles itso- 4- '.

preme. IS2 at all druggists. ,

TEDDY'S AFRICAN TRAVELS AND :
owmn u Tmbea hm t .R.efiss mht
Constis B M to Mawe iIe S an"
Nalvasha, Sunday, Aug. & M.-The ,o-. .
dore Roosevelt and his party bad not __- -
been expectelt to each Salkl-fa be- n i
fore the 26th tnst. but having had r--d-" d 'T
success greater than they anticipated
in the otik and Guaso Nylre coun- I a ni ul b*
try, they decided to come to the lake- -
and try for hippopotami with Captaain W b ft IL .
the Saoi-Sal farm. 4W --p
Atenhorough, B. N., retird, ownet of ^- t'^.^^ : |
The last few days on the way to u-- dria -L
Salgi-Sal the party had to make longer -- -- --,
marches over a practically waterless Led m -r S a d d I
country, and once when they realmlched ....". w -
a water hole they had been making -o f U 7 W'
for, they found it Was absolutely dry.
Therefore the party had to go bIte
camp ut water. It was foumd
here also that the food supplies had
almost given out, and white men pad h E
natives alike had to go on half ratio.
The party reached the tarm on the
morning of Aug. I1, but found that
Commander Attenborough bad gone ..
over to Naivasha for supplies. Mr. _-__-___
Roosevelt was- not disturbed by this.7
however, and the scientists were soon
busy with their suns collecting birds
and msmmuls .
Thg following day Mr. Roosevelt,
Kermit, the Attenboroughs, Mr. Can-
ninghame and the correspondent went
out in the launch after hippo. Mr. n ',
Roosevelt- made three One abots aad CK W. M OW N
bagged a very large hippo, in a most
sportsmanlike manner, shooUn. It it ---_ U_- --- _
from a rowboat at close quarters at __ I ....... .
the moment the beast was charging. -
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All persons arereecommended to
take Foley's Kdnez Remedy for a
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
eoreet urinary rregularities,. which. If
illness. It will restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of t a e m m mm r
kidney or bladder trouble and risk L A W = ,
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by' ma- s.*... -
all dealers. t 9i pWO. w I
DWANA TUMBO SLEW A BULL .MAS '-
Nairobi B.I. A. Aug. 2.-Mr.
Roosevelt, who Is now hunUang in
Kenya. killed a big bull elephant on '
Saturday. Thle animal's skin Is being
taken cars of by Edmund Holler, the
zoplogist of the Roosevelt expedition, "fl B ) I i
and E. J. CunnIngham, British natur-
alist. W s '
We are p epard to Sil'yoeu areder a for smea a gm-of
ACTIVE AT 87 M. a et nes ef e meant brisk, heAdlIg b et '
This would be unusual news If meno ms, d n m Wem -
and women would keep themselves T I p taro P ri, he
free from rheumatism and all aches Tomeonp q ra a, e A
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with Bal- JAM ES R. MOORH EAD, MGM
lard's Snow Liniment Sold by all,____j________r___--n____________i .
druggists.
WILL SHOW TROPHIES HUNTmiYSaI OF FL;MI FlmIA fiR Aim
OF ROOSEVELT HUNTI UOfI 11K IM'0
Washington. D. C., Aug. 24.-The Flei ( ,E .
largest and most ornate exposition An Institution of the First Ratenk sup- Ti '
building In the United States has been ported by State and Federal Funds
completed Just In time to receive the for Florida young Me& A..C~- a,@ " *1 1 .In I
unique trophies of the hunt gathered e C odsLae to_ C buth. a4dlM
by former President Roosevelt in Af- Thenu Cee s Leading to Digss t lhe llA l
rica and now about to be unpacked i to ILA, L, B M.A, K eI L A Shes Of Ua ad Al .. '
this city. 'This bulldin of granite, a 1L A S.he at- 1 A
with floor space approximately nine In Arts and Sciences; Agrieulture:; IL. A Sk at h1'W As,
and one-half acres and costing SUlM0.. Chemical. CIvp. Electrical aN Me- IV. A 1Uel fin
009. has been erected by Congress for chanleal Engineering; Law; Normal V. A Schail lr WM
the national museum and Is now being iehool: Graduate School. Rapease No Tultiwl, Oter npnlls a My ai
put in order for the proper exhibitions Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wrie For isfe makn aldN*lt
of various objects of Interest. chief -
among which the the Rooeveltt tin- A.A. MURPNREEA A. 1L, LL ., o WAAU D ON I., aA** e L_0,
phies. The greatest care will be tak- PeIdh 9_-"- ,..
en to make this exhibit one of the ''
most unique and attractive that s
possessed by any government.
The best remedy we know of In an'
cases of kidney and bladder trouble "Im M A St
and the one we can always rco,0-qwnd, -p
Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder PWs. V
pills be positive that you get De- W S aL
Witt's KIdney and Bladder P i&. Mllu A m 'l mta AHm
There are imitations placed a upon th le.
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's. SKag ,
Insist upon them and tf your dealer nwed Por i & t 0
eannot annat onu-refuse anything .


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* HOW TO GET RIO
OF THE HOOKWORM


Phart get rid of the parasite causing
the "hook worm," disease; then at-
tetlon should be directed to treating
.'itli pa-tAt afflcted with the malady.
i" s ,the advice given to physic-
bas and others for the treatment of
the so-called "lazy" dketae by Dr.
Charles Wardell Stiles, chief of the
division of zoology, hygienic laboratory
and public health and marine hospital
o lrv v a recent issue of the bulletin
of tt service. He shown the mis-
take of first treating the patient and
fterwrds the parasite.
For several years Dr. tiles has dtV-*
voted practically all of his attention to
hrvestigating the hook worm disease.
particularly as afflicting the Southern
tateos, where it was found to be quite
prevalent He ascertained that the
-- A l f produced a profound anaemia
o *so affected, causing an in-
Sto perform any kind of work
S#i*lting In many Instances in a
1oe i death. The publication of Dr.
itles' coaelusions some time ago at-
tracted widespread attention.
Showing that although hook worm
disease may occur In persons in any
walk of life. Dr. Stiles declares that
it Is particularly among the poorer
Ss.. 4telmshes abatt It occurs and that the
o .book worm patient cannot af-
J {o.se several days' wages to
r~eatent. It Is therefore, hbe
,*' says, frequently expedient to conduct
the treatment Saturday evening and
Wta dt" tiat,primarily we
are to treat the parasite, not patient,"
says Dr. SAles. "it should be remem-
bered that if too great a quantity of
thymol is absorbed by the patient,
alarming symptoms and even death
p q oocur. Accordingly, the patient
j tlM patient's family should be
etol.to lJriit the patient under
any circumstances to have on the
Sunday during which the treatment is
ven. any food or drink containing
id hol, fats or oil. Patent medicines
h bold; be mentioned particularly be-
cause of the alcohol many of them
t elatain and even milk and butter
should be forbidden."
Dr. Stiles then cites a case of ser-
plops thymol poisoning following the
iltakit of a copious drink of milk the
da;*smol was taken.
E- KIY WEST EXTENSION
,, 18 STEADILY- GROWING


71* Mgt steel brfdge span on that
",Aof A* Key West exteaslon of
10 "ldda Fast Co"t Railway from
to Key'West. was put In
and the ocourrence
w5ialinipor-tapt stop forward In
c~letIM offibe wondeiful en
jtneering project which in soon to link
the Island city with the mainland of
the -United States. If all conditions
--Vi SV611WO Ik 'Is likely that the
KAINhU Key channel will be bridged
months, *hen work trains
able to get a&6ss and'thereby
construction work on the
-Z -r-Iratobe^
I a
iz;ate about I" spans or super.
0 fron 40 to 76 feet wide. to
StiMeL The spans will be -put to-
setbw on a barge and then towed to
11 4111e piers they are to bridge. A power.;.
ftl derrick fitted to wheels and run
out on the first pier, will lift the spans
-1-os. As fast as the spans are
PTiced they will be finished. the track
exten4ed onto It, the derrick advanced
CM-umft.-span placed. In this way
TIMAIct will be built. the comple.
of-the ladt span meaning the
pbftn of the bridge.
A FOOLISH OATH


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OCALA ava"He er#w 4)k !I io,
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SOME GOOD ADVICE
FROM THE-'OOVERNOR


FLORIDA NEAR THE FOOT
I
But = Yards in Front of Her Marks-
men WIdnlt be a Very Heafthy
Place
Camp Perry. Ohio. Aug. 24.;-The
Florida rifle team got In. 29th place
at the 200-yard slow Bring event yes
terday. making a total of 190- ;; Have
against 501 In 1"7. The following are I
the scores: Menager. 44; Davies. 43.:
Snow. 43. Potter. 42: Larsen. 42; Had-
dock. 41; Yerkes. 41; Carlton. 41;
Crenshaw. 41: Cozetzer. 41: Kelsey.
39: Chapin, 32.
FATAL WRECK FOR FOUR
Three Negese and a White Man Killed
Now PeWedals,
t
(Tampa Tribune. !3rd.) ; I


Tbough never married himself.
Florida*@ governor told nwn what kind
of girl to wed in a speech at Seattle
last Tuesday. The Seattle Times
prIntR the following about the speech:
Whole-souled. large-hearted Gover-
nor Albert W. Gilchrist of Tallahassee.,
Fla.. told the American Prison Asso-
ciation Congress this morning that the
new South was coming to look with
more kindly eyes on the business wo-
man.
**As I journeyed to the northwest
corner of this great country from Its
southeAst comer." he said, "I found
that woman was everywhere becoming
conapicuous in business and the pro-
fespions formerly given over entirely
to men- I'm glad to see it. I have
faith in the Interest woman is taking
In the business and political problems
of tour common humanity. because.
with her finer sense of justice and
fairness sho, will help men to solve
them.
'-In fact woman is getting to be such
'a breadwinner and the responsibility
of earning a living Is becoming so
great with her that when I g(, back
down South I'm going to advise all
.young women contemplating matri-
mony to be sure and ses, that they can
suptowt a husband before they get
married."
In an Interview after his address
Gov. Gilchrist said that the old order
of things in the South was undergoing
a mighty change. particularly with re-
gard to wooman.
"We no longer seek to bring up our
women as we used t#).*' he said. "in
absolute Ignorance of business. We
have gotten over our old chivalric idea
that business would contaminate her.
and that she had no part in it. Now.
while we keep her on the same high
pedestal as of yore. we want her to
master the intricacies of business so
that when her husband or oXher men
kinfolks d!e she can prevent some un-
scrupulous scalawag from swindling
her out of her property."
I
COCAINE TRAFFIC IN BOSTON
Sensational disclosu;cs are being
made In Boson by 9ecretary J. Prank
Chase of the Watch and Ward So-
ciety. who has been digging into the
cocaine traffic and has secured sev-
eral convictions during the past week
for Illegal sales of cocaine. This traY-
fie has since leaped the barriers of
Chinatown. where It had Its Inception
when the authorities came down upon
the opium dens. ajnd has spread into
the mouth end and back bay, where an
established cocaine or "coke" club ex-
lstx.
There clubs are combinations of co-
caine slaves and hip pocket dealers In
the drug. banded together to get It in
large quantitles from the wholesalers.
Many college girls have become mem-
bers. as well as alumni of leading uni-
versities. along with the members of
the deml m9nde and other outcasts.
Sworn never to betray each other
the women and girls malke the circuit
of several apartments, going to a dif-
ferent place each night. In these
apartments they participate In dis-
gusting orgies. Only when all are
stupid does the horrible carnival cease.
Petty dealers, Interested in profit
getting at the*rate of $120 per ounce,
have established places where they
teach young gir!s to use cocaine. Rev.
H. M. Pringle says 160,000 ounces of
cocaine are sold annually In the United
States. valued at $18,000.000.


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KNIGHY & L.JCx-,
I" Sift d Sam


Basil Hayden, who swore nearly 50
YeM MO that It Abraham'Uncoln
Tams elected president of the Vnited
BtAtex, he would never step outside of
*4 20016 kept his vow until his death
111IMM"y' night at his home at Green-
Nelson county. Kentucky.
Who was In the prime of his
q10010hood when Lincoln was nominated,
told his ftlends; that he was going to
d6 *A In- his powq* to defeat Lincoln.
WShftt It he should be selected he.
HRYdM would never set his foot out-
side of his room again.
This vow he kept to the letter. He
was known for his eccentricities. At
his death he was 95 years old. and was
wor h mw* than $100.000.


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T. W. TROXLER


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MARION- HARDW,,


Three negroes and a white man:
were killed and two white men and a:
negro badly Injured In a railroadi
wreck early Sunday moiaming between!
Pierce and Pebbledale. FU. i
All the men killed or injured werel
in the employ of the Pierce Phosphate';
Co.. and were aboard a fiat car at the
time of the wreck. This was caused
through a derailment of the flat car,.
which turned over on the men. An en-
gine was pushing the car. which was
run into a herd of cattle on the tracks.!
The tragedy occurred at 3 a. m. and
has caused universal grief to brood
over the big posphate. mines. The
workmen were all members of the:
night shift. returning to Pebbledale
from their labors at the mines.
Cloarles L. Brown. white. was killed.;
James Wilson. Will Evans and Boy-
kin Moore. colored. were killed. D. A.
Wiggins and C. J. Teston, white. were
injured. as were also Martin Flutch.
colored. Brown. the young white man
killed. was about 21 years of age.
No inquest was deemed necessary
but a full Investigation Into the causes
of the wreck will be made by B. X.
Grant & Co.. operators of the Pierce
min".. located In Polk county.
HUDDEN DANGER$


Your Lawn Mower;




we "Ve juntnm"d
LWn Mower 00"000' .0
for the purpose a:
does the wwwork
your JAUVO&^ we g
Mower in beUw
it. It will be sharp, and db
old style way, which Is
rimeed workman with a fib or-


Ned Ume Yew AI&WW


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STe JOSE "S ACADEMY
W=W0, (Near Mandarin) FLOREDA.


I
Bmrding School for Boys Conducti


t qd by the Slaters of St. -JosepL TOM8
rdully Tzralued along PhywiftL Intel-
I thy Location. Magnificent Swimming
rooms, Dormitories. Dining Ban wW

be SISTER SUPERIOR.
my, Loretto, Florida
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER TlrH-


Nature Gives Timely Warnings That' Boys from 3 to 14 years Received. car
No Ocala Citizen Can Aford lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Beal
to Ignore Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolri
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from Recreation Rooms,
the kidney secretions. They will warn ArPlY for Prospectimi to th
you when the kidneys are sick. Well
kidneys excrete a clear, amber fluid. St. Joseph's Academ
Sick kidneys send out a thin. pale and:
foamy, or a thick, red. Jil-melilngi. FALL TERM COMMENCES'
urine. full of sedimtnt and irregular of
passage. I -.--
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from
the back. Back pains. dull and heavy., DECATUR BADLY DAMAGED
or sharp and acute. tell you of Pick! &- I
kidneys and warn you of thp approach Decatur. Ill., Aug. 24.-A score of'
of Bright's disease. Doan*s Kidney
Pills cure sick kidn-ys and cure them:business buildings were burned and a
permanently. 'dozen others were damaged yesterday
Mrs. Anna Daniels, living on Sixth;by a fire that swept along the hpal-
St.. Palatka. Fla.. sayct: "Sirce uqInq!nezq lx)rtion of East Main, Merchant
Doan's Kidney Pills I have been fe .el-;and Water streets. The total damage
in-, better than bitfore in over a year. 1 is placed at $1.00.000, with Insuriance
I ;Uffered severely from dull. nagging: of about 90 per cent
backaches and the most distressingi
pains through the kidney regions.- THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE
Mornings I felt so weak and lime that:
I could hardly get around. A too fre-
quent 'action of the kidney secretions 1 A French scientist has discovered
also caused me considerable annoy- one sebret of long life. Ms method
ance. Reading of Doan's Kidney pills deals with the blood. But long ago
a&I being much ImTwOsxed with what:: million% of Amei4cans had 1, proved
was said about them I procured a box. Electric Bitters prolongs life and
I used them as direi-ted, the Imekach" mnkes It worth living. It purtfies. en-
were soon banished. and the kidney riches and vitallses the blood, rebuilds
secretions became regular anJ normal'waste nerve cells. Imparts life, and
In action. I have often told my
friendq of the merits of Doap's Kid- tone to the entire system Irs a god-
new P11I.R." send to weak, sick and debilitated
Plenty more proof Ift this from: people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & em's i my life for months:' writes W. IL
drug store and ask what their custo- Sherman, of Cushing, Me, "but Elec-
mers report. itric Bitters cured me entirely.- Only
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co, DufXaoI60c at all druggists.
New York, sole agehtp for the United;
States. !UNENVIABLE NOTORIETY
Remember the name-Doan'" nill OF THREE WHITE MEN
take no other.
Cartersville. Ga., Aug. =-With the
HOUSE TO RENT placing In jail here of William Golden,
On Fort King avenue. one of the most a white man. 52 years of age. on the
modem and convenient residences In, charge Of crintinal asiault, Bartow
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King &v- county Jail now houses four men ac-
enue. cused of this heinous crime-and but
one of these Is a negro. Not before in
the history of the state has such a
condition existed, and an, attempt at
S"T e4m MR at= wholesale ly.nching would not be sur-
ww.*.m -%AjCW -,f pricing.

DISAGREEABLE AT 'HOME
i Lots of men and women who mm
4greeable with others, get -cranky-
iat home. It's not dispoafflon, it's the
i liver. If you find In Yourself that you
feel crow around the house. little
things worry you. just buy a bottle of
I Ballard's Herbtne and put Your liver
'in shape. You and everybody around
!you will feel better for It. Price 60
j cents per bottle. Sold by all drugrists.

MORE THAN A MILLION
BURNED IN MONTERY
I Monterey, Mex.. Aug. 23.-Tlle losses


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REPAIRMN AND TIRIE
PROMPTLY AT RZASONABL


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DONr1r NEEDaLAsSES
Many "Is do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need V*zL DIL D. K. BOXEY.
Eyesight Specladst.
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1: 30
to 4:38 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory. room& 2 and 4 Gary block.
PENSACOLA THREATENED
BY A HURRICANE
Pensacola. Aug. 24.-For the second
time In the history of the city, hurri-
cane warnings were displayed last
night by the weather bureau and caus-
ed much uneasiness among the hay
shore residents. who fear a repetition
of the hurricane of three years ago.
Ships at anchor and at wharves put
on extra anchom and cables while
the entire fishing fleet with many of
the harbor tugs and steamers and two
or three coastwise steamers which put
in out of the rough weather. went
across the bay and anchored in a cove.
Wind blowing from 36 to 40 mi!es
an hour prevailed all day and lowering
clouds and a high wind. with excep-
tionally high tides. gave warning of
the approach of the hurricane.

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

SKILLED PAINTING
I am preparea to take any job of
pa.inting. so matter how large or bow
small, or how fine the work desired
may be- I have the material. brushes
and knowledge to paint and do 11
right. Houses paftted inside and out
Graining, gilding. hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting; Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 136, or leave word
at the Star office. IL W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. FU. tt


FAITHFULLY. KEPT


-a. ...-M %Maa
In the tire which destroyed the Botica
L*on and the building occupied by J.
B. Sanford & Co- Saturday night will
amount to more than the oricinal es-
timate. and statements from the Arm
Involved place the total long at $1,450,-
000. The fire was the largest that has
,ever occurred In Monterey and for a
time threatened the destruction of the
entire business portion of the city.


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'REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
'Your only hope.- said three doctors
*to MM M. R Plaher, Detroit, Mich.
suffering from severe rectal trouble.
Ales in, an operation. -then I used Dr.
King's New LAte Pills," she writes.
$"Ull wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis. cure constipation. head&.
che. 25c at all druggists.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
JSUJO-4104-4&-Lon Angeles and Saii
F)rancisco. 611 sale various fintm
lAmit October 3L Variable rmtes
and stopovers.
W &W-Heattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers, Undt Octo-
ber 31.
COMMERCIAL STATIONERY For further information Can on W
write F. J. Huber. C P. & T. A.; or
pf high grade and Quality. for OVIC6 J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A Tampk M
and store, receives a great deal of ouri
time and attention, as our stock and. I have a late model No. S ljndr_
facilities for supplying large and small wood typewriter. which Ma not been
orders will amply attest Whetber used over ninety d&M &" WW on
vou want a 1e2d nencil nr a humv 1Pd_ for Ito et&ah ebr- oh.. #__ so


6' CeM l Roule, 9 66
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AL ft Oak


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OCAU "RO*N' WORKS,


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ROUTS OF THE VALEBRATMD.

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r. J. 0. ger oat munlnoI wVa
SatU d received at todea.

*ad Mrs. Wn Ra sor of Lowell
SUrO th e City today.

hs nd ,ver. rme 25.
OA T.Ily-A ocve lew wist a
Sle. taor foraaon.

~ W W WWord of Newberry a
Sat aa atheguesss o tO
fhere were W arrivals at the Meon-

Mr. IL1, W. Zafy of Redditk is at

Dr.LG. DOOM of DOaNeSea was


t4, m15l StevPr. 'Prim We.
719r. Wer Rai of Leroy was In the

Mr. J. I awards paid a business
vink to Mautel s-day.
A Mack cow with a
VW ae. Reward for laftrmation.
plys toDogSOL
Dr. W. C. Johnson and P. 0k Wind-
YerS eotTanps, are guests of the Ocala


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,1. rart Phasmmny. We
.-,. IP, B aid deliver your pre-

S r. Coaell of Invera-, a
masbhate operator, is a guest of the


TOR ENT-RHouse on a rlKar
uin Serdrly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miser. App* to J. P. Phillips.
'
Mr. Ansley ad family have moved
A to Dr. Van Hood's house recently
Vnaated by Mr. RapaijL
ir TM see a ew vtloe par-
-pewriter? R'C. Davis A Co6,

m Helen Averil Keel, prison
wer and travelng missionary, was
"lahe eity today.
0o O WANTVp-An experienced
&it awtei. Apply to Judge or Miss
hi, at the courthouse.


MOi smie Whitseld of Live Oak,
ia apendlag a mew weeks in the city, a
, et of her cousin Miss Susie Morris.
Are ye trouble with dandruff?
S ny a2 bottle of Dike's Hair Tale.,
a. b Ceat Pharmacy.

b W Toang oa Inverness, former
t*oA inam of public inst tkwlon,
S hin t ci ty today.


f i St aIgets that you can ind any-
O* ftlln p w waIt in crokery and glass-
M- w at the Oab News Co.

O R T-A SA-room cottage
i agsgle, No. 101. Apply to A.


awt- L Tdoce went down to
wfll this afternoon to spend the

C. Davis a Co., f Jacksonvle
^ le d-f typewriter ribbonsI TS

A. aI r t&Ahe piano man.
-. hme toay on the DMunnlon


,-- cam wl IB s ye, ftr ten
'. Geot usee a those tS-inh Wes-

MIts. M. Libel, who ha s been quite
S. i the ast three weeks, is Im-
.. .e. ane gad sa.
BA ALE-- Im huase; the best
mesatlIes Ocala on the mar-
AG eL L Potter.
e glae oC the smhurts your

'Sg ofe. The Postoffice Drug.-


Mr.N and Mrs Wickr sad son of
tg are visiting Mr. Wicker's so.-
W b a rother-i -law, Mr. and Mrs.

-" aposeriptams espartmmet is the
GCf aM Y odromu Aacurbw.
2e thlo department of our
o, h te largest ts the
Mi- "..us .team."hi n,


TE NEW OPERA MOUSC
J^^A^^--- .tSI^ l^ -lw
T Wvi n be Given Utlos a a
UasIKr and Work Will See
C-rn
The bids a anll s ad one of the.
that of Messrs. Mcver & MacKay of
this city, I acceptable for the em-
straction at Oela's handsome aad
modern opera house. The contlim
win be let to this reliable local fa
at the meeting of the commee ts i
week and work Oa the buidig will
contract cals for the oeaowasn tef the
building rey for(T Its o w itin
four months of the slg o the pap-
ns, with a five doar per day forfeit
ftoB time ever that. Ths It will be
seeN that OCa IS I reality to have a
new opera b-en. In this connection
the ar wabes to my that It hopes
the IanageMe will employ a local
asnUgur for our new place of amuse-
muitL We think Mr. lSylvester is the
man for the place, but at any rate
lets not go away from home to have
some one run our own opera houe.

BURGLAR ALARM
TO BE DEMONSTRATED

On September t2nd from 10 a. to
5 p. m.L the Muaree & CwumbDI- Bank
will give a public demonstration of the
working of the electric burg ar alarm
system that the beak recently stall.
ed. The people will be gladly shown
and told Just how It works and espe-
cially the ladies are requested to call
and see the system in operation.

HOW TO KILL A BURGLAR
Take a stout string, ten feet long,
more or less, tie one end to the door
knob. pass the string over a pulley,
and tie the other end of it-of the
string, not the pulley-to your big toe
when you go to bed. Put your pocket
cannon aloaaside your right hind leg,
so you will stand some chance to find
It sooner than the burglar. If you are
awakened by a pull on the string, be-
gin to shoot at the door Just as soon
as you can get your gatling to work-
ing.. If you don't get the burglar first
time, do not be discouraged. You are
bound to get him, If he keeps on com-
Ing, unless he died of old age.

AT THE AIR DOME
I
Last evening was Air Dome weather,
and there was a good crowd out. The
three reels of pictures were all ex-
cellent, and the music t Mr. and Mrs.
Tucker was much enjoyed, the ap-
plause being frequent.
Tonight there will be "The Soul
Kiss," which is something to be cul-
tivated In this day of germs. "The
Merry Widow Waltz." a burlesque on
the original. "The Vagabond" and
three other fine subjects. The weather
clerk Is hi a good humor and the Air
Dome will Pe the pleasantest place in
town.
A GOOD BURGLAR TRAP
Cook the finest kind of an apple or
peach pie, or any pie that has upper
and lower crust, and a heavy strata
of goody between. Peed three-fourths
of it to yourself and family. Leave
'the other fourth In a plate, nicely
covered up, right in the middle of the
d41ing room before retiring at night.
But before covering it up. raise the lid
carefully, so as not to break It, and
delicately doctor the Inside works with
arsenic. Then go to bed and sleep the
sleep of the just If the burglar
comes along and eat$ the pie, he will
hear from It In about two minutes,
make a bee line for the nearest doe-
tor and die on the way. Ypu can put
the arsenic on other things besides
pie. It won't be taste unless you put
It on too thick.
EXCURSION TO GAINE8VILLE
There will be an excursion to Oaines-
ville from Ocala over the Atlantic
Coast Line Railway on August 26th,
on account of the baseball game be-
tween Oeala and'the Oak Halls. The
fare win be 75 cents for the round
trip, 40 cents tor half fare. Tickets
will be good on train No. 10, leaving
Ocala at 5:35 and train No. 40 leav-
ing at 1:4. Every one should go over,
see the game and root for the home
team. It will be a pleasant day's out-
ing.

IN SHOOTING A BURGLAR
Always aim at his stomach. It takes


a good-sised slug to take the fight or
run out of a man If it hits him almost
anywhere else, but even a 32-caliber
bullet will put him out of business if
it hits him in or near the bread-
basket Beside, if a man is shot in his
coin,..,sary department, he is reason-
ably sure to live three or four days,
during which time he can repent of
his sins and tell on his accomplices.

BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
are 'made by all soothing syrps and
baby medicines that contain opium
ani narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no Injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
ere tfor disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulnes-splendid for teething
infants. Sold by all druggists. -
Mr. J. L Watson of O'Brien, is at the
Montesuma.
I l I I _


TO 9AT


SARATOGA POTATO CHIPS
STUFFED DATES IN GLASS
PULLED FIGS IN GLASS
PRESERVED FIGS
SLICED BACON IN GLASS
SLICED BEEF IN GLASS
PEANUT BUTTER
APPLE, PEACH AND PLUM BUTTER
| .........


FEOMLE


BULS IMqboe.s Bedbugs
Roaches, Mohfs, Wa-
terbgs, Ante, Fleau.
Deatroys serms and
sterilies the eggs of
all ilect.
CLEANS Furnlture,Carpeta,
Rn". C(nrtlinsAEt,
puritively harm.i toI
the good&.
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre-
veUUtitive of all con-
tagioiw diseases to
man and beast.




TEAPOT

GROCERY

FOR SAL AT LAKE WEIR
One of the handoomest and best lo-
cated homes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
pleat yoet land: cheap for cash. Apply
to P. W. Ditto, ciky.

HOME FOR SALE
A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sized house.
for male at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto, city.
IbANO TUNING
Ten years expernene, eerenees,
any music teacher I Ocala.s say
music house in Jacksonville. 'Phoane
8. A. Lansford. city. 1-8-tt

0WOODMAR'--FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished:
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala. F a.

THE BEST PROu C uON.
Not a single 'phone has burned In a
house In Ocala. A telephone Is better
than Insurance. In came of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, 8$ per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.


New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just received. Wi. Anderson,
druggist and seedaman, Ocala, Pla.

KENTUCKY HuRSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinaton,
Fla., for sale after Aug. 26th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexington. Ky, selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock raisers. I
am in position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, I*
H. Willis, Jr., Evinston, Pla.

CASTOR IA








3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that This i 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 supply man.
HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. R. Toph residence near the


heights on South Third street Good.
roomy house, large lot, stables. etc.
Apply to P. W. Ditto or Guy Toph it
Montesuma.
TEACHERS EXAMINATOIN
The state uniform examination for
teacher's certificates will begin at 9
a. m, on September 7, 1909. The work
for white applicants will be conducted
at the Ocala High School 'building and
that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a fee
of one dollar at time of beginning and
will supply himself with legal cap pa-
per, pens and Ink. Any other infor-
mation pertaining to the examination
will be cheerfully furnished by
J. H. Brinson, Superintendent.
Mr. S. M. Lummus and family are
now occupying the central one of Mrs.
Croom's cottages on South Secoad
street.

Take Kodol at the times when 5)ou
feel what you have eaten is not digekt-
lag. Kodol digests what you eat so
you can eat sufficiently of any god.
wholesome food, If you will just -let
Kodol digest it Sold by all druggimts.

I. W. C. Johnson of Tampa. who
has Just moved from Micanopy to
that clit, was in town today mailing
a visit to some of our practitioners.
I have for sale a fine paying moving
niturnp. *ean wanuawifll uahm In leek-r.


WILL BEGIN BUILDING
JANUARI PaImr

The MKosrm malmda & O nC&
will begin building their hbsdi
a o. i .
fre pro, ste m teal atw- my
bunding on the uist o Jfe-Ary. Te
and the coepay wll do the wk
themselves, emuloytng a e0i-u t-
superintendent ftur the J. The
building wll he entirely fIre- et. It
will be built aroId ad ver the eld
one. icludin gthe stoDre Dekb is
occupy ing and the bsinem will go on
unalterupted while the building is be-
Ing erected about It The new builld-
ing will be one of the handsomest in
the city and will coat about $17.00.

BUCK DEER WENT BAD
The big buck deer of the city o
got out yesterday about duak and
Chief Hamp Chambers anad several
others ran around on the armory lot
to catch him and get him back ia the
xoo park.
The deer attacked Mr. Chambers
when he took hold of the animal and
soon had the fire chief down and with
hoots and horns bruised and cut him
up terribly. The others ruahed in and
beat him with sticks and pieces of
board till it looked like he would be
killed, and Mr. Chambers finally re-
gained his feet.
The men then retired behind the
protection of the wire netting former-
ly used by the tennis court and as the
deer continued to try to get at them
through the wire, more help was
summoned and he was soon caught. A
heavy rope was then fastened around
his horns with the ends protruding on
either side. and two strong men led
him away to his quarters, each keep-
ing the rope so tight that the deer
could not get at them.
Mr. Chambers Is so sore today from
his encounter with the deer than he
can hardly walk. But for the prompt
action of Mr. Chambers and his men
the deer would probably have attacked
a child or woman before he could have
been caught. The deer will be sold
with the other animals of the city moo.

OFF FOR NEW YORK
Mr. Leon FIshel will leave Friday
for New York City, where he will buy
the fall and winter stock of goods for
the Fishel department store. Mr.
Fishel will be absent about a month,
making his selection of goods.
RENTED NEW STORE
Mr. B. Goldman. proprietor of the
Globe. has rented one of the hand-
some big store rooms from Mr. R. L
Anderson in the building that is being
rebuilt on the west side of the square.
and will move into the new quarters
as soon as the building is completed.
AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.
BOUGHT A NORT4 LAKE LOT
Mr. C. R. Tydings has bought a
beautiful site at north lake near the
old Chautauqua grounds from Mr. J
M. Neely of Summerfield and will
build for hist family a pretty cottage
there at an early date.


ROOMS FOR RENT


Elerant furnishe rooms for rest at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.

Mr. B. Goldman left at noon today
for New York, where he goes to buy
his fall and winter stock of goods for
the Globe.
WANTED-Two energetic, reliable
men to sell and collect In Marlon and
adjoining counties. Reference requir-
ed. Address, J. G. Dedge. Gainesville,
Fla.
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.
Bear In mind we carry a flu ine of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50: cost SM new: one' large
cook stove. good order, 85: lots of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12M0.
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'D
probably know.
FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (H Ibs. Ice) $S;
one extension dining table, oak, S8. W.
H. Clark. Ocala.



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'OPMCV IN HOLUWR MOCK, Ar. ,-~. -s
CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WSER AM -Imp s
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kinwe have Worke u a wBOil r MWil w" Io i|
BrIek, Busi Sidewalks, Artifeiial SIstRenoWs, S baut
Bms i for hesen waor, uwe1 lt bsp 4l
are cheaper. Warehouse an d Craer o A. C. I.
Foundry.
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Im1 U -^_____1
Handy mlade of Webster. was la -
today ad brought moo of the t i ..: .
of the new cotton that has been seema ,
In town this year. The cotton he
brought was picked from two aeres,
is of an eeptiomally fe white fleece 91I
and ginned out two fnU ll bales. George
Giles & Co. bought and ginned the cot- ...
ton. --- - ......

Mrs. Ida Hannah from the state b* I 4
hospital for the insane at Chattahoo- s I t .
chee. isn the cty, a guest of the
Ocala House. She came dwan to ac- ....;
company a demented woman to the N-w vol swam
asyin. TRE PUTMRFLL E lS iN Liff
Aqeuracy a cvIter6*r, is the t -- ',
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pro- PA 0- 1N, 1 ": *
cription department. Phone us. We ... ."-
mend for, fill and deliver your pre- TU BO I .
scriptions promptly. TE MERRY
There I no better stock of fine -
writing papers in the city than we THE VAA* "
carry. Come in and look It over I
you want something really ice. Ty-
dinas A& 0. A I
AL 5 AN AN. A I.
R. C. Davis & Co. of Jacksonvile.
will Pel any make of A.nd-and B.PAN '"'
typewriter, upon easy terms desired
Captain Welch, of Miami, who sha .
been visiting his daughter, Mrs. DeweyL "
at the Montesuma hotel for the past
two months, left today f6r Miami to .
spend 10 days on business, after which r
he will return to this city. W .

Mr. C. C. Ctephens of Berlin, was. I
town today and reports that his grand- HAMNEB = p,
son, Charlie Rawls. who has been very Harem of an_ D .-
sick, is slowly improvinga parts ma whoe jukrLA M

Messrs. R. A. and V. C. Detterich, has -
been very ill at the home of Mr. R. A. AWAKUS '
Detterich, opposite the G. A. Carml- Is the only way to ;1W ":
chael residence. cil tha I at M e li o W -
aStter hew bo w31 10e1 6 Wto
DeWltt's title Early Risers, the the worms get an the ," .
pleasant, safe, sie. easy uttle liver trom the food, the ea g- g.
pills. A salve you may always depend "caty aoan Whit's b CesIabig. -
upon in any case where you need a flge gets ridM the w a, -
salve, i DeWtt's Carbolsed Witch Priee 5 emeta a hettaa. B" p
Hasel Salve-especilay good for piles. drugg t.
gold by all druggists. *
Mayor John D. Robertson is fgr- troe
Ing on putting in a wireless ephoe I stimal s the usamombd' W -40
systft from his residence nla this city a t rgg the b is raMg 0 pm
to his still at Stoke's Perry. ltivemly c r b sm f 'am
by all dsis M
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt has returned l d m
from her visit to Green Springs. Mr. PAR m.a m
Clyatt went down Saturday and re -
turned with his wife yesterday. An e ta-l WMg I ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cobb and little burst oly es weth iOf 0de- .
daughter, lanita and nurse have re- trinity In tea t a st aS e l
turned from their outing spent at Wall Se thet at eN ,M W. Ta the ,
Springs near Sutherland. They had a lectrical supp m .
delightful time and were much ben-
efited by their stay. People with chuls i a-
thma and l ga win
WANTED-Posltion as bookkeeper,. "r a t oin we
typewriter and general office man. m aM em
Reference, former employer, 0. W. tB" to t n atm ai u -
Reagan, Brooksville. Pa. W. C. Gal- by all les.
braith, Williston, Fla. O
we aM shewlg the beat Ib m se
We have the nicest line of hair ig p M e b'* Ov h@
brushes, comabs and other toilet arti- i i you wa. the 0 5 -!s
els in the c'ty. Tydins & C&. t p Y ustlltS 1l
the IoteI I nOW


FOR RENT-FIve-room home aeam
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jones. Ocala BottUnk Works. Ocala,
-la. S-2ttt

RHODE ISLAND REDS
DID NOT ARRIVE
The 20e Rhode Island Red chickens
which were to have been shipped me
last week have not yet arrived. As ssas
as they reach here the public will be
notified. I am sorry for the delay but
acted In good falth and hate to think
that I have disappointed my custom-
ers. 'S. Rowe,
Rowe's Uttle Bolaasa.

NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol-
lowing described animal which has
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinance of
said city: One black male pig about
eight months old marked swallow fork
and upper and under bit in each ear.
The owners thereof, or their agents,
and all whom It may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof
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Washington Seminary
Mo Amw. md aMhtlrm Sie, Atmta Boarding and Day School for
es yin hiss. Beslumg department strictly united to Insure r.-
fad bmMels CUl nMM tlvoId Ite smanl sections to secure peraM Ian-
.. Mlalty OC efghtetm special lats. Com ervatory advantag s in Mua-
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MU d, tec. Trty-eed year begins September 1. ISM. CatMue on a-
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QUICKEST SERVICE TO AND FROM NEW YORK
These arrivals and departures as well as time and connections with
r empad ame give as information and are not guaranteed.
Drawlw Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New York
e4 tbas NMe. 84 and 1. DinIng Car Service.
Pulfs r Cae Can between Tampa and Jacksonville on trains Nos. (f
IA A4 Pullman Drawti Room Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
Mew Tak and Dinng Car Service on trains Nos. 66 and 43.
W r tulld nfsaration and sleeper reservations call on any agent Sea-
- or writ to f. C. BOTYLTON, Anst. Gen. Pass. Agent,. Jackson-
W aL.: er nl on B. C. RAYSOR, C.. T. A. Ocala, F l.
A. m. M 11M. Trmaveltng Passenger Ageat, Tampa, ha.


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6 b Kod bup bem deeomA at par vahl,
Seafood a eal. aKod w DyspapiB.


a-m w mtk aW t pecal effort b otonc
oaum r daaIamng Nmature's "'smauants" doem't cure aayth
I 11p3detOrSe, r .O.OMP... w, Mg. NeOW
am Id'H Ui tSO ostow does dating, indlgeaoa nd
Nerouas aflmems which it andi
-A Wddt is dlds thaO the can be averted and corrected 4
ao tm ad boodng by natural mom&
= a duNy. A Aie a ed Kodel esua thOis at
... g8n-es a mesas. a pedrerIs the stom
s" m adde brl. work fr It-jumt as the stem
Us- uwib a Sme smta should perform i -while the at
a**i ao --Bt ib -fS- tr the ach takes a tttl ret, "Ar
.J% e ta-t ih *hb heis e.si sae e"o


S ji ad me. When fe t som* @MUN N4 t fra
*lWW MW, 0a always aft & yes
so*me ft "n w-o*mt isisma ift- s i
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Tin Gsrdian Knot.
When one of Uncle Sam's saler'a, a
man named Gordon, formerly serving
om one of our vessels In a West Indian
squadron, was taken to the Naval bos-
pttal in Washington he described with
grewsom vivldness to his companions
there bi adventure with a shark off
one of the islands In the West Indies.
"I had Jet fell over the bulwarks,"
said the able seaman. "when along
homes a big shark an' grabs me by the
leg."
"What did ye do then. mateyr" ask-
ed one of the patients.
"I never disputes none with sharks,"
said the sailor. "I let him have the
lteg.-Harper's Weekly.


A Compos' Coen~imet.
Wagner once sad he would prefer
to go to Vienna to bear the walbe of
Strauso to heaint Itaflin opera. On
a birthday ot Mm. Straums some years
ago abe had as gueatn many celebrated
musicians h8e passed around a tan
an which the different composers and
-layer were writing their names and
excerpts from compostio of their
own. When It rwhed Brahms be
opened the first measure of the "BMue
Danube" waltz and signed beneath,
"Not I regret to say. by your devoted
friend Jobannes Brahnn"

An Opiniim.
"ay. paw," said little RBoo. "why
do they call George Washingtom the
father of his coutryr"
"I dunno, ao, unless t wa because
his country kept him hustas to keep
it out of trouble and then came- to
look at him as a sort of o ld fog
whoe advice didn't amount to muck
anybow.--Washlngtos Star.


What He Wantld.
"Be careful, young man. You am$
the old saying, 'Marry tn baste as d ra
pent at lebiure.'"


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-- A VALUABLE WEED .
The Temd That Is Used to tal e
M ap e* io et.L
Our rendes who never mw a w e l
0peDld ablO tmasel and mwdIe an
even tahs) en- mngne a ACme e
"swamp catta" set all over with lit-
tle stlf books. It I the Owr wor ts-
el or flower head or thhtle ,opt of
the plant =dIpame sand so identiied Is
it with loth dressing that thia ue et
It gave It s bef il name, Ditpmeus
fulonuaM or f er's teaseL
However famar to people who m
in lands where the tiaseft exteatY5-
ly grown tte ftt my be that the
p klhy hd4 not hat plant are nivr-
saly ued to raise the nap on elth, a
amItitde of pernams his country
prebaly never heard of tt and will be
astomshed to learn In what enonnrmouw
qwnm-t the plant Is rabed.
In France alone several thousand
acres of land are exch~Aely devoted
to the cultivation of the teasel. French
manfateturs use many thousand doe-
lan worth the prickly heads and
export toumns eof tos of them val-
ied at perhaps milous of dollars.
Hundreds of toaw are produced t Au.-
triu, nland, Belum. Poland jAnd
the C IUNe.
The prickles of the teasel hiave a
mall knob at the end. and this. mount-
ed on an elastle stem and set with
great preesltoa on the central spindle.
affords a Uitle bru, such. It is said.
as the utmost W-ecbnIal skill has
never been able to rival, at all events
at the aame price.-New York Herald.

A LOST MINE.
T. rTrfgi LeLend That inIAsssinaed
With Bad Mseumnn.
The leged of a lost mine has given
to Bald mountain, In Placer county.
Coe., a faselmuatdg Interest for prO-
pecto Traditions that early It the
ftes of the last century three men
iapead ftom an Ia t adint party
godnr over the old Gap tral Seatch
for them was without avall, and they
were M aily reported dead by the
Where or bow they wintered no one
know but the following spring rag-
-ed, bsholem and de-orenIed, they
led nto Mieh n Blutff. Their blan-
ket werems ertd nto sacks, and
with them they brought gold dust to
the amount at $100o0 or $15.000.
Spending but a single night within
the cofnaes of iJvml mta and giving
no lofterntief as to the location of
their large claim, they were followed
oa their mretur trip and a few weeks
.later thir nmudered bodies were found
Ia one of the dreary canyons that sear
the tfee'oe the deolate peak.
Slace then many a man has sought
this lost mn, .but apparently its Im-
munty t as certain as that of the
trmiare of Captain KIdd.-Phlfladel-
phia Norte Amerlean

Peskve Buties.
The fahlon of building houes with
the entrance doors practically on a
level with the street give the obserr-
ltg stroler oa Fifth avenue some hu-
moroues lmses at butlers on duty.
In the hou0e of Cme of the most fash-
lonablo fammel s in town the bItler can
be seen standing behind the bronze
grUI and lass doors staring dlconso-
lately out at the passing throng for
most of the afternoon, whie across
the street frUm this house the same
kind of an entranceway often dls-
osesm a gltmpse of a functionary of
the ame dam seated in a poetical at-
titude by a circular marble table, hi
head seupported by is hand. Outside
of a hospital they are probably the
saddest looking me In New York.-
New York Prm.


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sudden colds awnow let t' b ewa ttocurekil
medicinewM ldo htLufedtt,&m
badly teat4edhad up to -mmiions it Uis h bast ~dd
To SW ad =we sout ins shsum im~m'!dhadisu aid 4'sh
Om, gem the Cm SemMe"ia ~eh ca
upftod! book of 1000 maeowM& uvem.1duoiwilsnt n
unsut thdCh&omhbad mMP"s pdso MIeb ad 31,umwim~
mu~mg miy Mdrm Dr. L V. lissDds Y.-.-.
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POR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this ofee.
R&PU(Ho eOF CITY ATTORNEY
TO THE COUNCIL
LiaUbility of the Cty egardl rip
Ocala, aL.. Aug. 17, 19N.
To the City Council of the City of
Ocala:
Gentlmen-la the matter relative
to the liability of the city of Ocak
on certain outstanding scrap, to-wit:
No. M7 dated Nov. 8, 02,
$24.10, payable to C. L Moore, and
No. 7a61, dated FPe. 4, 1903, for $10,
payable to J. P. W iameao, WiBiam
Hooker appears to be the legal owner
of the above pieces of scrip at the
present time By referee to theoe
pieces of scrip, we fnd the seal of
the city attached to each. They p-
pear to be specialties under seal and
therefore the statute of nrmuttd-na
would not bar them until the lapse of
twenty years from date of supp. In-
terest would not cease'to run or ac-
crue on this serip until after a legal
tender of the principal had been
made to the owner or aome one an-
thorled to accept the same. .....
Notice by the city recalling the
scrip would by no mesas release the
city from the legl obligation to pay
the oWste g scrip. The law ldM
down by a decision of our supreme
court, In the case of liljah Jomens,
appellant, vs the county of Wakulla,
appelle, is In my opinion applicable
to the case under couideratia. In
above cited case,'the supreme court
said: "A county warrant, drawn by
the county enommlsdmnaer on its
treasurer, and a"ttmed with the seal
of the county, tIs a specialty under
seal, and is not barred by tke stat-
utes of un*stker until the lapse of
twenty years after its maturity."
I am of the opinion that the city is
legally liable for the payment of the
above mentioned scltp.
Very repectrualy.
CARLOS L. SgaIrKUMK,
City Attorney.


Sidewalk Ordinane Can beo Enforced
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 17. 1909.
To the Cit7 Council of the City of
Ocala:
Geutlln.n-I have investigated the
legality of the city ordin com-
monly referred to as thie sidewalk
Ordinance" very carefully, and fbm
my investigation I am of the optnlom
that the same I sauthortzed by the
state law, and can be enforced as
therein provided.
Section 1017. General Statutes of
the State of Florida reads as follows:
Streets, Pavements and Sidewalks:
The city or town council shall have
power to regulate and control the
grading, contruction and repairs of
all streets. pavements and sidewalks,
and to require the owners' of real es
tate within the corporate iamts to
construct uniform and substantial
sidewalks around their several lats
and to keep the same in repair, and
upon failure to do the same within
the time and manner preeribel1. the
said council may have the same done
which shall be a lien against said
lots, which lien may be enforced in
the manner provided in section 1039.
Section 1039 of the General Stat-
utes refers to "!vmaitoion and ea-
-forcement of liens."
Section 2212 of the General Stat-
utes prescribes the manner and the
proe"'-re of enforcing the Hemsn
Respetfully submitted.
CAR 08 L. S ftUNK,
Cty Attorney.


SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT
It seemed to 3. A. Stone, a ctvfl war
veteran, of Kemp. TeL. *at a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contracted a stubborn cold." be
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.


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