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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 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03254
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OCALA, FLOAIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 I1


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m sItre, receives a great deal of our
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CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
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 had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
scription did not reach my case, and I
tooL several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Bold
by all dealers.

CRAZED BY COCAINE
Arkansas Negre Caused a Wild Riet
.in a Louisiana Town
Monroe, La.. Aug. 25.-Half erased
by .whisky or cocaineDBill Way. a ne-
gro from Pine Bluff, Ark. dashed
down the main. street of this city yes-
terday with a double-barrelled shotgun,
firing in all directions.
Several citizens returned the iBr of
the negro and he finally fell dead, aft-
er receiving a score of wounds.
When the ,negro fell his body was
dragged to the public square and burn-
ed in the presence of a crowd of sev-
eral thousand.
Twenty-one citizens were more or
less seriously wounded in the fight.
Four of the people Injured by the ne-
gro's shots are in a serious condition.
SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT
It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate luna tro -
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contracted a st pbma cold." be
writes, "that developed a cough that
stuck to me, InA.pte of all remedies,
for years. My $elght ran down to 13i
pounds. ThenqI 1ega to use Dr.
King's New e which rtared
my health ly. I now weigh
178 pounds." For severe colds, olbti-
nate coughs,. hemorrhage astha,
and to prevent pneumonia Its un-
rivaled. Ne a"d $L Trial bottle
tree. Guaranteed by all druggists.

MRBECUE AT OAK GROVE
There will be a barbecue at Oak
Grove on Saturday. Sept 11th. one
mile south of Pleasant Hill church.
There will be good music and platform
for those who like to dance, also horse-.
races, foot-races, sack-races and three-
leg races. Everybody is invited to
come. riagEyour basket and enjoy the
day. Committee.


The best remedy we know of in all
I.- cases of' kidney and bladder trouble
-, 11and the one we ways recommend,
wi" n- Wis DeWitt's Ki y and Bladder Pills.
;*- *- pills he pose e that you get De-
"OorthMain St Wttts d Bladder Pills.
Located on North Main St wits Kid aaced upot
'f *s building. There are i itasU, placed upon the
Ht ., building, market to i -you. Get DeWitt's.
ble'- r^mt by the Insist upon t and If your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
t. "First- lm else In place of them. Sold by all
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Anti-Aerinean Feelsi .e Neat-
Deer RepAMi thAt May Clminate
in a ReVuIs
El Paso. Texas. August 2L-Reports
from reliable sources In Mexico show
that the sitatbon In that country is
more serious than at any time since
Dias has ocapuied the presidential
chair.
All of the northern states of the
republic are In a ferment as a result
of the excitement over the presiden-
tial campaign, and the strong hand of
the Dlax government is the only thing
that has so far prevented an armed up*
rising.
The Mexican government is rushing
all of the available troops to the dis-
turbed region, and the federal author-
ities hope by this means to overawe
the opposition and prevent a revolution
from gaining headway.
General Reyes, who Il a candidate
for vice president against Corrall, the
administration endildate. is practical-
ly a prisoner In his mountain retreat.
He is completely surrounded by troops
loyal to Diaz.
Reyes Is the Idol of his people Uln
his section, and there is where the
danger lies. If the leader comes for-
ward a revolution of formidable pro-
portions will be launched in short ore
der.
The real reason why there is such a
bitter contest over the vice presidency
of the republic Is the feeling abroad
In the country that Dias will not Hve
through another term, and the man
chosen for vice president will succeed
to the presidency. Dias Is an old man,
and he himself, It Is said, doubts If he
will live through another term. This
explains why he is throwing all his
support to CorralL
A feature of th< campaign that is
causing American uneasiness Is the
opposition to foreigners and foreign
interests in Mexico. The facts In re-
gard to the anti-foreign feeling have
not been reported from the City of
Mexico. because the Mexican govern-
ment exercises such a rigid censor-
ship over the news that the newspaper
correspondents at the capital dare not
send It out.
Large bodies of federal troops have
been sent Into the states along the
border within the past four days. Ex-
traordinary precautions are being tak-
en along the border by Mexican offi-
cials to prevent the Importation of
arms and ammunition from the United
States.


STRONGEST IN THE WORLD'

MISS FLORIDA CONDON.
Resident Agent.


C. J. PHILLIPS


Plans and Spectflcations Purnushed
Upon Request.
12 MSouth Third St.,


Phame 130.


OCALIL PEA.


FRESH FISH
I receive daily snipments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of th- best


Amusement
(Jacksonville Metropolis. 24th.)
Flames of unknown origin. fanned
by a stiff east wind, swept through
the grounds of Dixieland's Park on the
soath side of the St. Johns river this
morning, destroying buildings valued
at between $50.000 and $6,000. The
less is a total one, investigation show-
Ing that there was no Insurance on the
sts etures. built entirely of wood. Vol.
unteer fire flghters, together with the
steamer from the central fire station
in Jacksonville. and a squad of firemen
beaded by Chief Haney. saved the
pleasure park from total destruction.
Dixie theater, the skating rink. Bent-
ley's restaurant and other smaller
buildings were not damaged.
Thefire started In the grounds ofI
the Florida Midwinter Fair. Just across I
the roadway leading from the -ferry
slip to South Jacksonville, and was
first noted in the building originally
constructed for Roltair's flying auto-
mobile. and occupied during the last
fair by Mundy's Trained Animals. This
building was unoccupied, and the fire
might have started there from a light-
ed cigarette or cigar stump cast aside
carlessly. probably by some tramp who
used the building as sleeping quarters.
'OrOm this building the flames spread
to the Booster's club. next adjoining
to the south, and then, fanned by the
strong wind. crossed the roadway and
carried destruction before them to the
west, burning a path several hundred
feet wide through the pafk.
Was Never a Su ess
Dixieland Park was opened early in
March, 1107, and after the first few
weeks has not been a financial success.
For the past year the park has been
practically closed, although some of
the concessions continued to exist with
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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 Ice." which, being por-
oas, allows It to melt quickly.

"C stal 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
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A FLORIDA WEED


The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says:
I4 A. Minx and Co. have on exhibition
in their show window a weed that be-
fore it was cut measured twenty-seven
feet high and six feet around its base,
and the person who brought It here
stated that a man weighing 10 pounds
had climbed up the limbs to a distance
of fourteen feet.
The weed was only an eight weeks'
growth, and grew in a muck corn field
about forty miles west of this city, the
field producing seventy-five bushels of
corn to the acre.
There seems to be no limit to the
size or amount -of vegetation the rich
muck lands of this state will produce.
for on numerous occasions specimens
of vegetables, fruits and field crops
have been brought to Kissimmee that
are so far and beyond in size- any ever
seen in other states. It is always with
a feeling of apprehension we mention
them. as the statements are univer-
sally doubted by our readers in other
states.
TAKE NOTICE
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.

A HORRIBLE FIND
When a 14-foot shark, caught in
Pensacola Bay Saturday was cut up.
Its stomach was found to contain the
backbone, two ribs and portions of the
skull of a man.
It is the general belief along the
water front that these bones are the
remains of a fisherman, who fell over-
board from a schooner in Pensacola
harbor several days ago. ,
A school of sharks were following
the schooner at the time and the man
disappeared from sight as soon as he
struck the water.
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Three Hundred Lives Lest i a Cel-
"olsie etwe Two Exeurvies
Steamers Off Metevides
Buenos AIres, August 25.-Between
two and three hundred excursliists
on board a German vessel are believed
to have lost their lives yesterday when
the vessel was run down and sank at
the entrance of Montevideo harbor by
another excursion steamer, the Colom-
bia. A great fete Is in progress to
Montevideo. thousands going there.
The Colombia, heavily freighted with
excursionists from Buenos Ayres. met
the German vessel at the mouth of the
harbor. It Is understood both tried to
make port first misunderstanding the
signal given and the Colombia crashed
Into the German vessel, tearing a great
hole in her side. The water poured Into
the German vessel which filled rapidly.
A panic prevented the launching of the
lifeboats and there was also a panie on
the Colombia. By the time the Colom-
bia's lifeboats were put out the Ger-
man vessel had gone to the bottom.
Among the few rescued was the Cap-
tain of the German vessel, who. It is
reported, tried to kill himself on board
the Colombia after being rescued. It
is reported that during the panic sev-
eral passengers on the Colombia leap-
ed overboard and were drowned.
THE HEALTH OF YOUR HORSE
will be best promoted-best preserved
-if you are ready to give the proper
remedy at the proper time. The
proper remedy for all strains, sprains.
or colic is Petry Davis Painkiller. The
proper time to use It is when the
trouble first shows itself. Be prompt
and you'll not only save the horse
suffering, but you'll spare yourself
trouble and expense-maybe save a
long time waiting. You ought to
have a bottle ready. The new sihe
bottle costs 35 cents; one larger. ,
cents. Be sure your druggist gives
you Perry Davis'. 4

NEGRO WASN'T TO BLAME
But he had to Lomeave Brkville to
Escape Vengeance of Salter
Relatives
Brooksville, August 25.-The negro
fireman who was running the Tampa
Northern engine that killed A. L. Bal-
ter last Friday morning, was arrested
and brought before Justice B. K.
Whidden Saturday and the trial con-
tinued until 3 o'clock Monday after-
noon. Justice Whidden was of the
opinion that the accident was unavoid-
able and discharged the negro.
When the negro was acquitted Mrs.
Salter and her daughter borrowed a
Smth & Wesson revolver from a friend
and would probably have done harm
to the negro if he had not been warn-
ed of their intention and made his es-
cape, leaving town for good. The
deputy sheriff, with the assistance of
R. L. Bracy. took the revolver from
Mrs. Salter and her daughter, after Mr.
Bracy had been very badly btten by
Miss Salter.

ACTIVE AT 87
This would be unusuInews If men
and women would 4p themselves
free from rheumatn and all aches
and pains as well a ping their
muscles and Joints t with Bal-
lard's Snow ULnment. Sold by all
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*- O AAND LAEEP
rech scientists are the most
-omsling people In the world. They
are always worklag out some expla-
nation that affords consolation. Here
eome ems with a theory about sleep-
lag la churches that will be a relief
to both pastor and sleeper.
Aeeordiag to this French psychol-
ogist's theory, persoas are inclined
to "dose" ia church because of the
devout attention they pay to the ser-
vies. "In endeavoring to fix every
word ta the minds, they put them-
adlve into a sort of trance." It is
about the same as what is called
self-hypnotism, and the more closely
ome follows the minister the more
lkely he is to find himself unable to
remain awake.
For a good many years the pert
paagraphers have had a great deal
to say about church sleepers, and
ually the preacher has gotten the
Wort of the argument. All manner
of devices have been suggested by
the humorists as aids to lengthy ser-
meo, even to the placing of electric
/ needles In cushions to awaken the
keepers at the pressure of a button
by the minister. But now that the in-
clination to slumber in church has
been accounted for upon purely
seentiAic grounds, the remedy for
the evil will probably be abated in a
radical way--perhaps by encourag-
Sthe employment of pastors who
Wre Incapable of holding one's at-
leatlom at all.

ENTERED THE MINISTRY
Aeeording to Senator Gore, of Ok-
sahoma. there was in his state an ac-
pl-Islhed hen with a brood of
ecimbw, Ifve roosters and five pul-
les. The chicks matured and went
their various ways, while the mother
hIs busied herself with a new brood.
ht thi eomm of time Methodist min-
JMars came into the vicinity of
'Olekeville to hold a conference.
and as might be suspected, the five
young roosters fat, yellow-legged and
extremely tender, were feasted upon
by various and sundry preachers.
The young pullets left behind were
met by the mother hen a day or so
later. "i[y children," she asked,
"where are your brothers?"
"They have entered the ministry,"
was the reply.
Bracing herself from the shock of
disclosure a look of resignation
spread over Biddle's countenance, as
she replied: "Well, my dears, per-
haps it is all for the best; they would
not have made very good lay mem-
bers any way."

HAPP& TOWN TO LIV IN
Cider pumped from a big cistern
will quench the thirsts at Zoar.. Pa..
after next fall.
*The eisters, whose wall is n cern
has a capacity of 100 barrels, anr Is
located In the public square. It is
belg cleaned out and will be filled
with apple juice.
The cistern was used for this pur-
pose many years ago when the Zoar
smuatist Society was in existence.
Withthe advent of the Rose local
eoptcs law the citizens determined
to restore the old custom. A pump
will be installed and the beverage
wilD be free to all who care to work
the handle.

SHE HAD HER SAY
In Copenhagen, the other day. a
suffragette named Westenholz forced
her way into the hall where the Dan-
ish parliament was In session, and ad-
dressing the presiding officer, said:
"Here you sit. you Danish men. bar-
gaining and haggling In the lust of
power over the weal or woe of the
country, but let it be told that Den-
mark's women disown you and brand
you as a lot of hirelings, belonging to
no country, who betray the honor of
Denmark."
The president rang his bell and the
deputies kept up a fire of interrup-
tims, but all to no purpose, for the
lady continued her speech calmly.


Kvtualy, she was conducted out of
the house.

ONE WAY TO GET EVEN
Baker, the rich Russian oil town.
Near the Caisplan 'Sea is practically
bankrupt.
For three years the oil companies, a
majority of which are Swedish. Eng.-
lish and Belgian, have been pressing
the Russian government to compensate
them for the destruction of their prop-
erty, amounting to $15.000,000. during
the recent revolutionary uprisings.
Their charters entitled them to be pro-
tected, but the government now pleads
force majeure.
The companies, who own all the
property In Baku, have therefore stop-
ped paying local taxation. The schools
are closed and the teachers are beg-
giag eharity. The city employes are
unpaid and have gone to look for work
harvest hands.

BROWARD 1S CONFIDENT
A popular traveling man in the city
today stated to a Times man, "You
may set It down as a settled fact that
former Governor Broward will be in
the race next year for the nomination
for United States senator. I was on a
* fishing trip several days ago at the
Jetties at the mouth of the St. Johns
river, and met Captain Broward there
oe his famous tug, the Three Friends.
He broached the subject himself, and
told me he intended to make the race.
And he furthermore expressed abso-
lute confidence that he will win."-
Tampa Times.


* TUCKER WAS THE TARGET
In a One-Sided Shooting Affray at
Palatka-Mise Ila Bond was the
Markswoman
Palatka, Aug. 25.-A sensational one-
sided shooting affray occurred here
last night about 7 o'clock, when H.
Finley Tucker, a prominent real estate
and insurance agent, was lured away
from home by Miss Ila lBond. a gifted
and attractive young lady of this city.
and when in a dark, reque-stered back
street, shot five times at Mr. Tucker
with what is supposed to have been a
32-caliber revolver.
One of the bullets took effect In the
forehead, glancing and coming out
above the right temple. The other
shots went wild. although one of the
buttons on Mr. Tucker's coat was cut
off. Only poor marksmanship saved
the life of the young man. who after
the first shot was fired lay prostrate
on the ground, having been stung into
Iis~isibility by the terrific impact of
the bullet that struck him in the head.

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

ASTRONOMICAL NONSENSE
Question That the Genuiae Scientist
Never Bothers About
Lake Geneva. Wis.. Aug. 23.-Af-
ter the opening of the tenth annual
meeting of the Astronomical and
Astroprisical society of America. at
Yerkes' observatory. Prof. Picker-
ing and Prof. E. B. Frost, who has
charge of the Yerkes' observatory,
drew up a list of the "problems" fre-
quently discussed in some newspa-
pers, which they say a genuine scien-
tist will never bother about. Here
is the list:
Going up in a balloon with tele-
scopes in order to make observations.
This the true astronomer declares
ridiculous.
Questions of the inhabitability of
the planets. This is described as
purely a biological problem. True
astronomer concerns himself merely
with matters of mass, length and
time.
Probability of the destruction of
the earth by comets. This is charac-
terized as "pure idocy."
Talk of comets plunging into the
sun and thus generating a heat suf-
ficient to burn up the earth. More
"idiocy."
Talk of satellites of the moon.
Ludicruous.
Rumors of the reappearance of
the biblical star of Bethlehem. This
star, which is reported frequently
from some parts of the country, ac-
cording to Prof. Frost, is the planet
Venus.

If you are run down Foley's Kidney
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
1*ldmey Remedy at once. Sold by all
dealers.

A WEAKLING
is the only way to describe the poor
child that is af ted with worms. No
matter how mu. ir how often it eats
the worms ge I J the nourishment
from the food,iJMV child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.

HOUSE TO RENT
On Port King avenue, one of the most
modern and convenient residences in
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-
enue.


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f INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.


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GILCHRIST THE CHIEF GUEST
At the Celebration of Dixie Day by
Suthrners at the Alaska-Yukon
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WMI Not lily Agaa CatUl the
Great Evet of Sat day.


Seattle. Wash.. Aug. 25.-Nearly all Rheims, France, Aug. 25.-G--lean
of the southerners in the northwest'H. Curtiss, the American aviator.
yesterday took part In the celebration I and M. Paulham, representing
of Dixie day at the Alaska-Yukon-! France, divided the honors of the
Pacific Exposition. The Confederate second day of aviation week, the for-
veterans were banqueted at noon with mer with a thrilling flight just be-
Governor Gilchrist of Florida the fore dusk in which he lowered the
chief guest and also the orator of the speed record for the course, which
day. measures 6 1-5 miles, to 8 minutes
35 2-5 seconds; the later making
$100 REWARD, $100 two impressive high altitude flights
-of 49 1-2 and 56 kilometers respec-
The readers of this paper will be tively in the endurance test for the
pleased to learn that there is at least Prix de la Champagne.
one dreaded disease that science has Curtiss' performance began Just as
been able to cure in all its stages, and, the time limit of the start for the
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is Prix de la Champaigne was expiring.
the only positive cure known to the when the American enthusiasts had
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a, abandoned hope of seeing their rep-
constitutional disease, requires a con- resentative take the field.
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Amid the unbounded jubilation of
Cure is taken Internally, acting direct- the French spectators Blerlot only a
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces' few minutes before had clipped 16
of the system, thereby destroying the' seconds off Lefebvre's record, made
foundation of the disease, and giving yesterday with his powerful 80-horse
the patient strength by building up the power monoplane. Suddenly at one
the constitution and assisting nature, end of the field a cry went up: "The
in doing Its work. The proprietors American is starting!"
have so much faith In its curative, Curtiss' Great Flight
powers that they offer One Hundred I ith a preliminary run along the
Dollars for any case that it falls to IWit oaf h 100rlimnayrtuenlghe
cure. Send for list of testimonials. ground of 100 yards. the machine of
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, ut .tiss ose lightly and sho t by the
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's trib n at a he.ih o ee with the
Family Pills for constipation. going at a terrific pace with the
wings level as a plane. Curtis made
'last turn under the mistaken impres-
sion that the finish line was closer.
He descended so close to earth that
many though he touched, but per-
ceiving his error, he mounted quick-
ly and easily, crossing the line ma-
Jestically. An instant later the sig-
nal was hoisted that he had made
a record.
Curtiss said that he had not push-
DON'T NEED GLASSES ed his machine to the limit of its
Many people do not need glasses but speed ands laughingly declined to say
mostany people do not need glasses but more, adding that the most interest-
You may be one of the major ing incident of his flight was the
There are two ways of finding out. sewnaothesre
One--await for thfe and disease to strewn around the course.
drivOne-await for te and deas to It is the Intention of the American
drive you t us about t o t. aviator now to await patiently the
Two-C onsul t us about you international event for the Gordon
We Can Tell ou whehe or not you Bennett cup Saturday, for which he
need them. DR. D. OEY, lis the favorite, after which he will
Oh:Eyesight Spesial try for the Prix de Levixe. the final
Ocala, Flaof which will be contested on Sun-
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and l:10 3;da
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.


THINK IT OVER
SHOOTING AT TARPON SPRINGS
Town Marshall. Sole Witness of the Thr ar thousands of paints mad
Scrimmage, Refuses to Talk Thre are thousands of paints made
Scrimmage, Rfuses to Talk in the United States, many of which
George Barzolda. twenty-four years a e good. More are bad. Most all are
old. was shot and almostnstantlyindifferent. and of them ALL. only
killed about 7:30 Sunday night by Carl ONE carrying the Davis analysis and
Doerler. a saloonkeeper, while the for- guarantee. Don't you think you had
mer was sitting in front of a Greek better buy
restaurant in Tarpon Springs. The af-
fair is shrouded in mystery, as Reuben Davis' 100 per cent
Jones, town marshal, and who was the,
sole eyewitness to the affair, did not; Pure Paint
notify th,. sheriffs office, and when'
asked by the long distance telephone and thereby eliminate all chance of
laust night to make a statement replied getting hold of one of the others.
that it was none of anyone's business. Davis 100 lper cent Pure Paint will
-Tampa Tribune. stand the test of the -nost rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE IHardware Co., Ocala, Fla.
A French scientist has discovered!
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But long ago CHILD DIED FROM EATING
millions of Amerlca had proved THE HEADS OF MATCHES
Electric Bitters jfprolongs life and
makes it worth IWing. It purifies, en- Palmetto. Aug. 25.-Robert Vaughn
riches and vital e&Jthl blood, rebuilds Pqilard, the eighteen-months-old child
waste nerve clls,'parts life ahd of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Pollard. died
tone to the entii system. It's a god- Tuesday from the effects of eating the
send to weak, sick and debilitated j heads of matches, carlessly left within
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted his reach. The child at the matches
my life for months," writes W. M. In the afternoon and died at midnight,
Sherman, of Cushing. Me, "but Elec- despite all that medical aid could do.
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
50c at all druggists. FOR PRNT-A large pasture close
in. Apply at this office.
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how!
small, or how fine the work desired!
may be. I have the material, brushes :
and knowledge to paint and do It
right. Houses painted inside and out A U
Graining, gilding, hard oil finlshin gA U
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed 4
Address P. 0. Box 125, or leave word H
at the Star office. K. W. ,FillyawJ. H v Your L aw


AN ATTEMPTED ASSAULT
At a Smalf Georgia Town, Which End-
ed in the Death of Steve Brown
Bronson. Ga., August 25.-While,
Steve Brown, a negro, attempted to;
criminally assault Mrs. Becky Snow-,
den. Bart Falrcloth, a white man, at-
tracted by her cries, rushed to the
scene and shot the negro. killing him. I
Mrs. Snowden was badly choked by the.
negro.


DISAGREEABLE AT HOME
Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky",
at home. It's not disposition, it's the,
liver. i you find/ n yourself that you
feel cross arou d the house, little
things worry yo t buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbi e aJ put your liver
in shape. You a everybody around
you will feel better for it. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
ALABAMA AGAINST ALCOHOL
Legislature Adjourns After Passing
Drastic Prohibition Laws
Montgomery. Aug. 25.-The legisla-
ture adjourned last night after pass-
ing the most drastic prohibition laws
in the state during its twenty-two
days' session. The Fuller bill was re-
turned to the legislature by the gov-
ernor with amendments changing the
phraseology, which both houses ap-
proved.
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
to three doctors; was kept in bed for
flyv- 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-


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r. SOUTH LAKE WEIR
Mr. and Mrs. Marston of Conyers,
(La., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
L L. Bishop here the past week.
M*, C. C Gates attended the post-
Masters convention in Ocala.
The W. C. T. U. held its monthly
meeting e Thursday, the 19th. The
teple was "Christian Citizenship," and
the meetlg was led by Mrs. E. S. Up-
"' Mr. John sigmoa has returned from
S Alabam,, where he has been for sev-
* < eral wlmk.
M J.. W. Carathers of Webster was
the g e~t af Mrs. C. E. Brown on
'*Tmeay an0d Wednesday last week.
M,. J amesF Blair and children of
SMartim ae vialting Mrs. Blair's nephew
Mr. Twuay Reed of this place.
IM, M NMe Sigmon has gone to
Taemp em a extended visit.
MIs IMe GGates, who has been in
iw. o. 0la vftlhti her uncle and aunt, Mr.
S aad Ms.A. 0. Gates, has returned
om sad reports having a very en-
Mrk. C Brwn who has been in
W iu r tr the past two months. Is
4 -el hism vacation.

REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
Tour B ly hope," said three doctors
S.Ma.K, M. LFisher. Detroit, Mich,
11 severe rectal trouble,
sa e perationmh. used Dr.
New PisJ writes.
t whely cured.' Th event ap-
MeUtt!I mJV h beada.
S2e at all druggists.

KENTUCKY HORSES FOR SALE


I will ave a ear of choice Kentucky
ed horses at my place at Evinston.
S l., for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
V ,PM t two maOtha around my old home
S. a~a I latsA KY., selecting this stock
g i the terms. This stock has been
-, it a WelOcted and bought for spot
~.,-. h eet ftm the stock raisers. I
. a -a i paitIo to save money to pur-
S dae of good chores. Address, L.
I WU JSr., r v stost. Fla
S E AS MORPHINE FIENDS
A WaIe* by an ooM syrups and
me telsa t ntaln opium
s.aftl@5.s MlGeoa Baby Elixir
s aw ow or narcotic
,' ,.4&mp of aw sure and safe
0 for dI chs. bowels
A. df.etf l,019'"-s~edld for teething
ta. Sold by all druggists.
oSmS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
-" ew iB ti tL This is not an auto-
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Boston on business matters.
Bathing caps fast received at the
Court Pharmacy.
There were 3e arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.
FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk. cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Sheriff IL E. Murhee of Tavares was
a guest of the Montezuma yesterday.
5 or 8 doses will cure say ease
of Chills and Fever. Price tSe.
Mr 9. D. Martin of High Springs. Is
at the Montezuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. H. C. Thomas of Cincinnati to a
guest of the Montesuma.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 76c.
each: $7.N per dozen.
Adjutant A. Paul of the Jacksonville
Salvation Army. was at the Montesu-
ma last night and today.

FOR RENT-A five-room cottage
near Synagogue. No. 108. Apply to A.
T. Strunk.

Nathan Mayo and Jesse Neely.
of Summerfleld. were business visitors
In the city yesterday.
Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. IR. E. Dickerson of Madison Is
in the city visiting her 'daughter, Mrs.
S. R. Whaley.
STRAYED-A black cow with a
white face. Reward for Information.
Apply to Box 594.
Miss CarolIne Pasteur of Stanton is
visiting Miss Sue Andersonn for a few
days.

Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Allen W. Bridges came In today
from South Florida. where he went to
carfy some prisoners.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and de!lver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
FOR RENT-House on FPort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Philllps.
Mr. and Mrs. Luffman of Sparr were
In the city yesterday, while Mr. Luff-
man had some dental work done.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Miss Mattle Pyles returned yester-
day afternoon from a pleasant visit to
South Carolina and Georgia.
COOK WANTED-An experienced
cook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
Bell. at the courthouse.
Dr. S. H. Bittch amputated the leg
of one of the convicts at the Marion
Fhrms prison hospital yestc-rday.
FOR SALE-My house; the best
corner location In Ocala on the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
Workmen have commenced putting
"mbossed steel ceiling on the Monteau-
ma hotel office.

Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
room house east of railroad in Ocala;
cash transaction. Apply to Star office.



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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


Mr. Ben Rheinauer returned this af-
ternoon over the Seaboard from his
trip to New York City and other
places In the east. He has been resting
and recuperating most of the time
during his two months' absence, but
before starting home bought an elegant
line of drygoods for the fall and win-
ter's business of Rheinauers' dry goods
and gents' furnishing store. Mr.
Rheinauer Is thoroughly recovered andl
looks heavier and healthier than he
has ever looked before.
BURGLARS AGAIN AT WORK
House breakers entered %Jr. R. C.
Loveridge's residence in the northern
part of town last night and ate most
of the cooked provisions to be found in
the house, opening and eating several
packages of prepared goods before
leaving the premises. They struck a
great number of matches ana attempt-
ed to light the lamp in the kitchen, but
it evidently did not work well. No one
know of their visit until morning. Mr.
Hutson went down and looked around.
He said there were two of them. a
large man with good shoes on and a
boy with no heels on his shoes.

HOME FOR SALE
A splendidly located reshidtnce on
best street of city, medium sized house,
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto. city.
"WOO6MAR"-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. 325 per month.
David S. Woodrow.
Holder Block. Ocala. Fla.
SEEDS
New crop of garden and flower
seeds just received. Wm. Andersop,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
Major and Mrs. G. A. Nash will leave
on September 6th for Baltimore,
New York. up through the mountains,
Lake George and other places of inter-
est in the eastern states. Whtil- in the
city they will buy the fall and w;nt.er
stock of goods, including millin,'ry,
for Major Nash's store.
Soreness of the snles, whether in-
duced by violent &ercise or injury., l
quickly relieved lp"'eree applica-
tion of Chamberl nk Liniment. This
liniment is equally valuable for mus-
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief.

Col. R. P. Rogers drove in this fore-
noon from his still at Lynne. and left
this afternoon for his former home at
Lake City. The colonel says there is
plenty at Lynne, everyone having more
than his needs of the things that are
grown from the soil and of live stock.
and there is much to be thankful for.
Take Kodol at the times when you
feel what you have eo)~n is not digest-
Ing. Kodol digestp'Ihat you eat so
you can eat suffifntly of any good,
wholesome food, ou will just let
Kodol digest It. Sold by all druggists.


Ml|| FEr Em CITO TRY TO ET MAIL SERC
FOR THE "SUNNY JIir TRAIN
Petitimes ate belg crmilatod ad
Filing ses at the Ocal News Co. LS Moequitoem. Bedbugs mosnt lberaT signed at every statitm
alongthe route, asking the psmt=m& r
"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Balla s. io0ahe, Moths. Wa- general to establish a maB ele ad
trbgs. Ant. Fleas serce on theEsDY Jh raim
Mr. B. F. Johnson of Richmond is at T. frcm here to Lakeland and retwm.
the Ocala House. Destroys germs and
sterilizes the eggs of! MIR COWNOERWELL PLEASED
Picture puzzle post cards at teerilizs the eggs of!
Ocala Huouse. all inatects. Mr A. M. Connor, the Cedarville. 0..
ON S C.a.p-, h Leapltalist, real estate man, blooded
Mr. George H. Iseman of Pttbu CLEANS Farnitlur. arpts, castle raiser and bank director who
Is a guest of the Ocala House. 112t>. 'li taiJ,. tc, has been In and about Ocala for the
**r past 10 days. left today for Tampa to
Call and see the new books at the positiVely harmless to I-,ok over that section.
the Ocala1a w Co. the goods. Mr. Connor is greatly pleased with
--- is section and says It Is a substantia
Mr. J. Y. Bridges of QItman .,- DISINF~TS thoroughly, -lf sustaining county, doing we tin
is at the ocala Bo&. and an absolute pre-,farming truck and cattle raslat and
Capable of a much higher development.
Have you seen the picture pule ventitive of all COD-; He is coming back before he leaves
post cards at the Ocala News Co? taglous diseases to'1 th state and look the country over
4zasin and hopes to find Mr. Chambliss
Mrs. A. E. Gerig has be-n ll for the man and beast. here, with whom he has been in cor-
past few days. Wrespondence for some time.
Y T, IN TO EALT Mr. Connor says he is seeking a dif-
Rose-Violet Talcum. 25e. the bottle, ferent location and will stop when he
at the Postofflee Drugstore finds the right one. He says there are
T E A many families In his section who will
Mr. and Mr.. C. W. Stra of Le- come to look at the country and settle I
vorr, are guests of the Ocala House. here is pleased. They want to come to
fGRO CERY Florida and certainly there is no bet-
5 or 6 doses W M c will cuns an ease ter location.
of Chills and Plever. Price ___
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Mr. E. L Wartmann of Citra is in HOME FROM NEW YORK


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Great interest is being manifested in & IJL ,m L'Il, aa UAA
the two games of baseball to be played .
in Gainesville this week between the
Oak Halls and the Ocala team. The ,H 5 .
game Thursday afternoon will be at-
tended by a large number of Ocala peo-
pile, as the stores will close here at 1 p lete
p. m. and the clerks can set away on
the 1:15 train, returning at 8:45. Near- '
ly every baseball enthusiast in town on
will go up with the boys to see this .ly- "
game and while many of them will re-
turn in the evening, a large percentage ,
of the crowd will stay over for the -
second tug of war. We understand .,
that Gainesville is strengthening her;
team for these games and that she!
proposes to win them both. while the'
local baseball management claims that
one game out of the series.' If you
want an evening's outing and one of "
enjoyment, you should take in the ex-
cursion tomorrow. The fare is only 75
cents for the round trip.

EXCURSION TO GAINESVILLE
There will be an excursion to Gaines-
ville tomorrow., over the Coast Line.
The fare will be 75 cents for the round
trip and 40 cents for children. The ex-
cursion is operated on account of the 4
ball games between the Ocala and Oak
Hall teams, which will be played
Thursday and Friday. The rate will be
allowed and tickets will be good on
either the early morning train or the -
train leaving here at 1:10 p. m. Pas- *a
sengers must return of the night train.' H U I, .-K
as tickets are limited to day of sale. __________________________________
COPEL4ND-HARRISON
--- DAVID S. WOODROW WM.J.
Mr. Sam W. Copeland and Miss Ul- Phse 145
lie Eva Harrison of this city were
quietly mniirried at 5 o'clock yesterday W A D I SAID B S U u
afternoon by the Rev. Henry Gabby of
the Baptist church at the parsonage ouf 0 Mliewg u
Fort King avenue. ,Mr. Copeland is
employed as engineer by th- Coast OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK, OCALA.~ PLI *
Line railway at this point and Missa
Harrison is a daughter of Mrs. FennelL CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SANm -
They are both most. estimable and]
popular yount people and their many We have a stone crusher at work In Ocal sand "re ple tdo -d m
popular young people a lond their many kinds of Cement Work. Build Foundations. make Cement Bleoaks, Osi
friends ish them a long life of hap-.' Brick. Build Sidewalks, Artifclal Stone Pences. Stome Mamta.Ks Wi e
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better them 1 a k,, -M
MR. HILL RETURNED HOME are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. I Railroad Track, MNOth t
s Foundry.


Mr. C. W. Hill. of the Gainesville
Motor Car Company, who spent the
past three days with the county agent,
R. R. Carroll, demonstrating the little
Brush runabout, returned home today
through the heavy roads that make
travel between Micanopy and Gaines-
ville alMost impossible. Mr. Hill
showedd what the Brush would do to a
number of interested men in Ocal.
and the most skeptical, after trying the
car, have to admit that it can "go and
come back" over any road. Several
sales will probably follow Mr. Hill's
visit to Ocala with the car.
ESTABLISHED A NEW AGENCY
Dr. T. S. Abernethy of Orlando.
atient for the Chalmers-Detroit "20,"
has been at the Ocala House for the
past day or two and has established
an agency here for this splendid car.
with Messrs. Knight & Laag. A car
load of th. machines will be here for
demonstration In a few days. See
D-. Abernethy's ad. In the Star.

AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
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Wetern Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef.
MuUto, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
SaCsage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Trnip. Beds.
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A lot of household furniture of all
kinds almost new and in fine shape for
sale cheap for cash. Call between
August 29th and Sept l1th, inclusive.
at the Kaiser House, North Magnolia
street.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnishe rooms for rent at


the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Mr. J. H. Spencer came up from For indigestion and all stomach Jones.
Shell Island last night, where he spent trouble take Foley's Orino Laxative as
a few days with his family. who aro it stimulates the stomach and liver This office has received a card from
greatly enjoying thtir stay at the and regulates the bowels and wil poe- Mr. Britt Sanders in Chicago. He says
mouth ot Crystal river. Itively cure habitual constipation. Sold he is having a grand time and buying
5 by all dealers, some fine goods for his new business.
In buying a odh medicine, don't
be afraid to 0 Chamberlain's Cough The prescrapaon department is the
Remedy. Threas no danger from it. I main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
and relief Is u_ follow. Especial- DalE1 J- T reliability, promptness and pure drugs
ly reconiended for coughs, colds and DUBIe Ple Me U i)IBJwa have made this department of our
whooping cough. business one of the largest in the
-- country. Send us your orescriptions.
The many friends of Capt. W. C. Tydings (i Co.
Bull will be pleaFseI to learn that his Sugar, Fritl ad C()sdlk
condition has greatly improved lat.,ly. Mr. J. M. Smith and wife are noi,
A message from his daughter. Mrs. A residing in Orlando. Mrs. Smith is a
Jernigan, at Lake City. ,onrv-y thi- "M rs AL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bitting
, pleasing Intelligence. We trust the cap- of this city.
tain will soon enjoy his usual good
health and return to ,s, ThmS deldiCuS canis C be Mr. G. W. Stephens, who resided in
There s no ame law ai Ocala for a short time, but who has
There s no game law against any --been making his home at Oak for the
one hunting for PLANKS CHILLipast year, has moved to Kendrick.
TONIC. It's guarantotd to cure ma- pOrhr c" r a Io
laria. chills and fever. Price 25 c.~nt. ourt Iarm aCy People with chronic bronchitis, as-
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll _thma and lung trouble will nd great
probably know. relief and comfort in FoleyTs Honey
ara s v w ,ep-- landd Tar, and can avoid sufering by
Look over our line cf toilet prep- c fhUL65KT ,. commencing to take It at once. Sold
arationu'. We, are quite proud of the C AR.U BI1,1 y al dealers
fine stock. Perfumer. powders an.
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings & IOMEOPATHIC P SICIAM AND Mr. W. J. Edwards of Irvine. was in
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OAK VALE
Mrs. C. W. Boyer and Mrs. B. Bea-
mer gave a small party Wednesday
afternoon in honor of their Sunday
School classes. Ice cream and cake
were served.
Plenty of rain and hot sunshine
here lately.
Mr. Michael Chancey has been a
popular beet man for the last two or
three weeks. Bring around some
more beef, Mike.
Miss Gertrude Shutt, of Gaines-
ville. spent last week with Miss
Lonie Clancy.
Mr. Lonnie Lee and Miss Mable
Lawman were quietly married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Lauman.
Mr. Alton Boyer spent last Satur-
day and Sunday at Morriston.
Mrs. Cooper, of Old Town, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. M.
Anderson.
A little stranger visited the home
of Mrs. D. C. Gunnell last Saturday.
Mr. Clifton, the photographer, is
visiting the T. J. Hall family.
Prof. and Mrs. W. F. King, of Is-
land Grove, spent the past two weeks
with friends. Prof. King intends to
teach the Coleman school this com-
Ing winter.
Misses Ruby and Sallie Anderson
spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
C. S. Mims.
Mr. Neal Matthews spent Sunday
afternoon in the Oak Vale section.
Wonder what's the attraction.
PANSIES.
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 ordinances 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 anti all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof.
to-wit: on the 27th day of August.
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Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone
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which a highly praised as remedies for
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A BRAVE SOCTH CAIMMLNIA
Attacked a Lyx Ia His Dei asM Kl-
ed Him With a Knafe.
Lowell. 0., Aug. 25.-William
Smith. a South Carolina hunter.
showed his bravery when, armed
with a big knife, he crawled yester-
day into a den of lynxes near here
and killed the leader of the band.
The lynx was six feet in length.
For several months lynxes have
been a terror to the community.
They have killed stock and attacked
people. Their den was in a wild.
rocky ravine and none dared attempt
to route them. Smith organized a
posse to help him fight the animals.
but he had barely gotten inside the
den when the posse, frightened by
the growls of the animals, fled in
terror. The battle was fought in
darkness and the den was so small
that Smith was unable to stand
erect.
DEATH OF A DEMON
Gusa Godirey, the man whose
name makes old pioneers shudder,
died at the Santee (Neb.) reserva-
tion last weekaged about 70 years,
says a dispatch from Morton, Minn.
Godfrey was a full blooded negro
and at the time of the Sioux massa-
ere lived near the Sioux agency with
an Indian woman. He Joined the In-
dians at once and by his cunning
and bravery became the most atro-
cious murderer among them.
He could speak English and
French fluently and the German lan-
guage he had well mastered, which
at that time were all that were
spoken in that region.
No plans of escape passed his ear.
He knew personally every settler
along the valley, every child in each
family, all the officers and nearly all
privates in Fort Ridgely. By these
means his influence was strongly
felt among the Indians whether
present or not. ,
Godfrey was present at the killing
of the Zimmerman family, looked
with glee on the headless body of
Dr. Humphrey and personally direct-
ed the ambuscade of the party west
of Beaver Creek.
This man seemed intoxicated with
murder and lost all reason of de-
cency. He drove a wagon contain-
ing three prisoners, Mary Anderson,
Mary Swandt and Mary Schwartz. in
the meantime permitting the Indians
to torture them into insensibility
and lastly leaving the unfortunate
Mary Anderson to die on the road
side from a bullet discharged from
his own rifle while he pretended to
go for assistance.
These are only a partial list of the
atrocities; the rest would fill vol-
umes too horrible to relate.
He was the prime mover in the
massacre of Captain Marsh and his
men at the ferry and remarked to
the Indians about Interpreter Quinn,
"That Big Tom could hold more bul-
lets than any other one man."
Godfrey knew the location of ev-
ery building in Fort Ridgely and
New Ulm, just where to shoot
through them or the most expedient
way to destroy them.
He was at the Medicine Bottle on
the east side of the fort. where sev-
eral helpless citizens were massacred
trying to gain admission to the en-
closure.
At New Ulm he discarded all rules
of modern warfare and boasted af-
terward he killed more German ba-
bies than it was possible for him to
count. He was recognized there, as
well as all other places (where it
was the good fortune of any to es-
cape) by his distinctive color and
In ian dress so unbecoming to him,
afim finally, when the great drama
was over. he turned state's evidence
and by his wonderful memory in de-
scribing the horrible details sent 38
of his comrades to die on gallows at
Mankato.
For this act he was given a lease
on his life, a lease, no doubt, which
would have certainly been broken if
he ever visited Minnesota or left the
reservation at Santee. Neb. He was
despised by the whites and Indians
alike and for 47 years lived a horri-
ble existence-a prisoner from his
own conscience.

If Toe Bond Tlmd
It will be to learn that the leading -I*
eal writers and teachers of all the several
schools of practice ree--e, ia the
strongest terms possible, each and every
Ingredient entering into the eompulta
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dimovery


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LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILL
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
A NEGRO EXPOSITION
(Savannah Morning News.)
The movement for a negro expo-
sition In 1913 to celebrate the fif-
tieth anniversary of emancipatonm
and to show the progress the negroes
are making in the different fields of
endeavor in which they are engaged
appears to have a good deal of sym-
pathy and support. Prof. Wright,
president of the Georgia State Indus-
trial College, who has been on a tour
through the West and South for the
purpose of finding out what encour-
agement might be expected for the
enterprise, and who has just return-
ed, is strongly of the belief that It
will not be difficult to get all the
money wanted to finance it. He has
talked with negro leaders in a good
many of the states, and with white
people who are ever ready to lend
the negro rawe a helping hand, and
the conclusion he has reached is that
the exposition would be popular and
would have an uplifting effect upon
the negroes.
There is no doubt that the negroes
have made mated progress in many
weys in the last half centpry. They
have some excellent schools where
industrial training can be had, and
these institutions have sent out a
great many well equipped workers.
There are negroes in the professions
also who seems to be making an im-
pression wherever their race has ad-
vanced in wealth suiciently to af-
ford them remunerative employment.
It is in agriculture, however, that
the negroes have made the most no-
ticeable progress. In this state, for
instance, they own a very consider-
able percentage of the cultivated
lands, and they are steadily Increas-
ing their holdings. If they were
thrifty they would now be holding a
much larger proportion of the farms
and farm stock than they do. It is
but fair to assume that they have
made as much progress, as farmers,
in other Southern states as they have
in this .
The annual fairs the negroes have
held in Macon have been very suc-
cessful. Not only have they yielded
enough to meet expenses but also a
considerable surplus. And the ex-
hibits have been of a highly credit-
able character.
It is the purpose, If it should be
decided to hold an exposition, to ask
the government for aid. We have
no doubt it would be given, though
the amount wouldn't be large. It
wouldn't necessarily have to be large
to make the undertaking a suceems,
because the expenses wouldn't be
anything like as great as those of the
St. Louis and Chicago expositions.
The time to begin preparing for
such an exposition appears to be op-
portune since the country is pros-
perous and therefore Phe negroes
themselves better able to contribute
than they would if times were hard
and earnings small. The white peo-
ple. both North and South, would
undoubtedly lend the undertaking a
great deal of assistance.

NOTICE FOR BDS TO REMODEL
THE CITY MARKET
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
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headsche, backache, draggadown painm or distress and dried t
Dr. Pierce's Favorite reception a s a a ost eicient remedy. It is
incngth to lwnmiag mothr ad Drep rig the system of the

vorite ption s a most potent, tonic to the ga a
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ime and cures nervous exhstio, nervous prstat algia,
or St. Vitus's dance, and other distrsi nervous syptos aeatr
and oran diseases of the distictl f ne rgan
of medical authorities of al the several hoo of practice, am
of thseveral grd of which "Favorite Prescriptio" is made aor t
disease for w it is dined to be a cure. You may m what
sending a postal card request for a frw booklet of extracts from the
to Dr. R.Y. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgic&l Institute, Bffal tL
come to you by return post.
SIt's foolish and often daneros to xp with new or but
icines-am it urged upon the aictd as "just as ood" or bet
Prescription The iocst dacCr sometimes mis at knows wh
substitute is made of, but e don't uad it is dccidcdly for pa.r interest K
know what p are taking m to pm stomach and system expect itto act tM
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