Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03255
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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CeHmmissien Sws that RairMead has
men Jugling Figures to Keep from
iving Pesple of West FPerid a 3-
Cont Fare.

The Florida Railroad Commissia's
examination into the affairs of the
Louimsville & Nashville railroad, as
bTo -t out in the evidence of the ex-
perts before the special examiner in
PNesaels last week. some
startling revelations.
81x years ago the Louisville & Nash-
ylle attorneys went into court and se-
cured an order enjoining the railroad
commission from enforcing the 3-cent
passenger rate over the Louisville &
.aslv:le lines in Florida, which the
commission sought to put Into effect.
The Louisville & Naslbvile's plea was
that the 2-cent rate would necessitate
operation at a lom to the soad and the
injunction was obtained upon that
Charge Figure Juggling"
But now comes the commission's ex-
perts with testimony which charges
some remarkable figure Juggling eo
the part of the company in its attempt
to make the books show that the Pen-
sacola and Atlantic division of the
road is o!Merated at a loss. In this
connection the Pensacola Journal says:
"The railroad witnesses testified
that for the year ending June 20, 1902
the net earning upon the Pensacola
and Atlantic divisions amounted to
"The railroad commission's experts
testified that with the proper distribu-
tion of the earnings and cost of trans-
acting the business, the net earnings
accruing for the same period upon
these lined aggregated the sum of
"Por the year ending June 35. 190.
the railroad company showed a profit
of $210.252.86. and the commissioner's
experts claim a profit of $331.715.22.
"For the year ending June 30. 194.
the railroad showing was $2.MLS6.5,
and the experts' showing was 17S,-
The L. & N. Did It
"But the most interesting feature of
the whole case Is the testimony of the
experts in showing 'bow the Louisville
& Nashville did it.' This testimony
was to the effect that the Pensacols
and the P. & A. divisions had been reg-
ularly charged with interest on bonds
that had never been Issued (bonds held
In the treasury of the company). In
addition to this, these divisions were
also charged with their pro rata of In-
terest upon general Louisville & Nash-
ville bonds which were also held in the
treasury of the company and which did
not draw Interest. This aggregate et-
cess amounted In Itself for the fiscal
years ending June 30, to the follow-
Ing sums.
1902 ...... .:............... $19.548.70
1903 ....... ........... ..... 110.845.1
1904 ....................... 122,055.48
"Naturally when two short divisions
were charged with Interest in these
amounts on bonds which they had nev-
er had the use of and which were not
drawing interest. It was not so difficult
to make a showing that the roads were
*not paying.'
Why it "Leos"
"As if this figure Juggling were not
bad enough, the commission's experts
then go on to show that the entire cost
of repairs to the docks and wharves
at Pensacola. witere all of the Louis-
ville & Nashville's export and import
traffic is handled, was charged to the
Pensacola division (Pensacola to Flo-
maton). Although these docks and
wharves are operated for the benefit
of the entire Louiwille & Nashville
system, the cost of maintenance was
the experts testified, charged to this
little forty-four mile division. No won-
der, therefore, the Florida lines are a
'losing' portion of the road.
"The commission's experts disallow-
ed these charges as against the operat-
Ing expenses of th division, setting
them up as an outside operation for
the benefit of the entire system, show-
ing a reduction In such cost of opera-
tion for this section for the years giv-
en as follows:
1902 ........................ $T7,994.71
19 3 ................... ..... 18.323.55
1944 ....................... 18.945.62
"In June, 167, the railroad company
charged against the Pensacola divis-
ion operating expenses the sum of $73.-
418.37 for repairs to these docks and
wharves incident upon the gulf storm.
These expenses were also disallowed

of the passer-t r ri t frum 4 cents to
3 cents per mile would cause a loss of
about S21,0 per annum.
"The raroad commission shows that
the passenger traffic over the P. & A.
increased from 193 to 199S at follows:


Passengers carried.
.......................... 1465602
.......................... 175.962
.......................... 193.80
............... .......... 211. 7

"From 123 to 19M the annual pas-
senger business of th- 7. & A.division
has increased from I 5.67.23 to 22L-
214 All these increases were under a
4-cent rate. and yet the Louisville &
Nashville people claimed that there
could be no material Increase in busi-
ness on that division.-


The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
ene dreaded disease that science has
beet able to cure In all Its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hal's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
ostltnUtional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hal's Catarrh
Cure to taken internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
the constitution and assisting nature
In doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curativ%
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that It falls to
eure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by ruggists. 76c. Take Hallrs
Family Pills for constipation.

Fernier the First to Come to Grif in
the Flying Raom in France
Rheims. France. August 2.-Henry
Fournler, fixing a Voisin biplane. was
seriously injured yesterday afternoon
Fournier was flying *his highest and
speediest when the wires connecting
the vertical sustaining planes snapped.
The machine dropped, turning com-
pletely over in its descent and struck
the ground with a crash. The ma-
chine was disabled.

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney. blal-
der of rheumatic trouble. f, bottle two
month's treatment Sold by druggists
or by maiL Send for testimonials. Dr.
E W. Hall, 29 6 Olive Street, St.
Louis. Mo.
FOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.


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

"Crystal Ice"

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



as against the division, the experts
holding that they should be distribut-
ed over the whole system.
Engine Repamirs

"For the year ending June 30, 1202.
the cost of engine repairs in the Pen-
sacola shoos for the P. & A. division
aggregatcd $2.325.91. Charges on the
same account each yeat for a period
of seven years makes the aggregate of
$200.077.66. Yet the railroad company
pro-rates the cost of engine repairs
of the entire system and saddles the
P. & A. division with a total for the
seven years of $33M.150.5, r an excess
of $134.072.90 over what the actual
cost of this division was. Little won-
der that it had to have a 4-cent pas-
senger rate when it was annually be-
ing charged with engine repairs scat-
tered over every other division of the
"In additions to these discrimination
against the P. & A. division, the ex-

perts claim that in pro-rating the ex-
penses of the joint facilities at Pensa-
*j. cola the P. & A. is charged with $5.500
pll SS pen annum in excess of its proper
proportion. This makes a discrimina-
tion in favor of the Pensacola division.
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of high grade and quality, for office
and store, receives a great deal of our
time and attention, as our stock and
facilities for supplying large and small
rds will amply attest Whether
you want a lead pencil or a huge led-
ger, a note book or a letter press, It's
worth your while to come in, look
around, and compare prices.

I receive dally snipments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish.
--A &%.-- -1-L..i

Two CelenMien R-easn Made a Mer-
duees Assmult on Our Repre-
sentative at Cartgmns
New Orleans. August 26.-Ste-ntehlp
passengers arriving from Coloembla
report the attempted assassination and
seriously wounding by two Colomblans
of William B. McMasters. of New
York, United States vice consul at
Cartagena. The attack was the out-
growth of the anti-American feeling
there. McMasters was at his home in
Cartagena, on the evening of July 24.
when Lara Cendoba. editor of the anti-
American newspaper in Cartagema.
accompanied by a friend, broke in on
him. The two were armed with knives
and revolvers. McMasters put up a
brave defense, but was badly wounded
in a dosen places, and left for dead. A
bullet grazed his forehead, and he was
stabbed in the head and abdomen. It
is understood that the United States
legation at Bogota has demanded sat-

It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, of Kemn. Tex. that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contracted a stubborn cold," he
writes. "that developed a cough that
stuck to me. In spite of all remedies.
for years. My weight ran down to 130
pounds. Then I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now weigh
178 pounds." For severe colds, odsti-
nate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma,
and to prevent pneumonia it's un-
rivaled. Wc and SL. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by all druggists.

Crew Took to the Beats and Left the
Passengers to Shift for
Buenos Ayres. Aug. 26.-The Argen-
tine government has ordered an Inves-
tigation into the cause of the collision
in Montevideo harbor, as a result of
which the steamer Colombia was sunk
by the North German Lloyd steamer
Schlesien with a loss of one hundred
lives. No satisfactory explanation of
the collision has yet been given. It
took place during a heavy rain and no
fog bells or whistles were sounded.
Charges of cowardice against the cap-
tain and crew of the Colombia are be.
ing investigated. Only a few of the
crew were lost because they secured
the lifeboat for themselves.

This would be unusual news If men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as Well as keeping their
muscles and Joints limbered with BuI-
lard's Snow Liniment. Sold by all


Houses Destroyed and Many Peeple
Injured in and Aaeund Siena
Siena. Italy. Aug. 2C.-A heavy
earthquake was felt throughout Tus-
cany yesterday. All the houses in the
village of San Lorenszo were destroyed
and many people were injured. The
earthquake was the most severe within
a radius of twenty miles from Siena.
Several houses at Bueno Vento col-
lapsed and one person was killed.
Monterona was also badly damaged;
the people fled from houses terrorized
and wandered panic-stricken through
the streets.

All persons are recommended to
take Foley's Ki4ney 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.

Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace made a busi-
ness trip to Martel last Monday.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace was a visitor to
Ocala Tuesday.
We are sorry to hear of the death of
little Jack Fletcher of MarteL
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace spent
Sunday at Berlin with Mrs. Wallace's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. Strickland of Heldtville was a
visitor here Monday.
Mr. Merritt Morrison went to Gaiter
Mr. Homer Morrison of Holder paid
Mr. J. W. Morrison a visit last week.
Mr. Merritt Morrison and three o0
his sisters. Misses Lottle, Maggie and
Sa'lle. all attended ;he barbecue at
Goin Springs Friday. They were ac-
companied by their cousin, Homer
Morrison. They report a large crowd
and a fine time.
We are sorry to learn there are so
many sick in our community.
Mrs. S. J. and Mr. W. W. Leak are
on the sick list
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace spent Monday
with Mrs. W. W. Leak.
Master George Leak spent Monday
night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. J. Wallace.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace attended the
W. 0. W. meeting at Martel Tuesday
The world's most succe wsul medi-
cine for bowel complaints is Chamber-





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With 9sl e.'emt the people of
Pl lSa St. hav hea- d repts
wMdl ta1 to ehb the beieft that
AN&OW bm so Is -ittlheing up in
us so d amd If oe Pittburg Is
beand bt avr.
fteveal Pltthlbfe who have Just
-ssoud sm abmed, where they
weout to se the a" et Sbie eon mat.-
ltos *elam tem health, have brought
bk to PItMtr tmhe ews that Mr.
0m1 1e bal bsesem te it trifty In
masters porelep to mo r. .One, of
dti me k mIme to ft $UMO for an
Itoiet lthi e t w vMeb Mr. Carnege
hai always oemOired wWorthy but he
b" to esismot himelf with $150.
Mt. Cm reeetly took some of
his mittig vlstrs materi, and
w.1m the IE. had been alshed be
"TIbW an sato I paM only SUM
ftr, an tS -si emoigh for anyo-e.
I wiak sm- those people back In
PI mlg whe 1 a payig SUW and
mMe th*ir mwasotm ld e com to
ms eSa get som leimeos in ecomony."
What w~Pres the people of Pitte-
burg mIe t bhat OrneSge bas stop-
d S ee* t In &smHld of the erection
o Is l$19W teehadsal school in
that eld. Only tew of the tea bulld-
I60 have bees buet, sad Mr. CaMne-
gle has mae as provision for pur-
M* s uh t we, n mth yr.

With tbi bat slig ofe the giant
C8r0 e M21urotaI tem New YoTt,
It s MMS41ealy expeted that the trip
wV s'amt 8 N tbIaw LaIdona at lest
Sbe11es sarert to the American me-
tev*oe.' The Maaretalans wm take a
ow ant 4 erer eowem and for the
Mst time wll bed manl an pansMn-
on ftr Lm eia at PlshgU r, on the
east of P-Mhrekehire, South Wales.
.It I expected that she will lad her
' pasIfes at the Welsh port, so that
they may arrive la lond on Moaday
afteiMMe Captala Prtrchard Is con-
Mea* that If wether ow0tion are
aVeaMe Jo winl krie this ezperi-
mautl pi ever the new route a re-
The Mansetet and the Laustanla
win ae be abel to lad their passeng-
wre in Ld with Wteturity oan Mon.
'd af tmrem or evemlag fve day
afb theT deputre from this port
The CUmt00 md =a ucanig win do the
trek la Sm day more, or onTuesdays.
Oi the rammn ttrip he ship wil stop
at 7ia4S to -pt the late Loadoa
alt # A0Mf19, which will be Gent
by a eclal trUin on the Great Wost-
Sera rly, maklag the rn la about
isv hber. The railway company has
sOlnt Mnum of dollars On new piere
at rtia wMh the probabIlIty In
vuiw of aish- ar becoming a Treat


At &hi smmor homSe at Ardmore, N.
T., -wad IL. arriman is making a
-su e rtmto gm,wedL Wall street
o i W tq p-roeeasm closely. Mr.
Ml ar i ns phydeal condition to the
mm of re at soncers adm It is the
epaIs eo aon,who saw h yesterday
nm his arrival tIren urope that he is
&ra ahaepw of his former self The
tMek-s ted man of a lew years ago
made a Lrave attempt to appear In
*aed eaadM but he was forced to
eld to the rill of the gang plank on
Ing the tuw an doek. He seemed
vetry lele ad was forced to lie on a
emush wle tan to th newspaper
mam hsW rive car. His friedes
md amU eare very apprehensive as
to the mnsseMI
Mr. shdmau's cediltone sent the
stek M arket dowa f a fraction to
twoM ebt yesterday. All the Harri-
MaiIssues 1 d losse and there
wa heavy sf1tw. Union Paeile was
Mhe w Mu r lf the downward

two pelns.

11 laote Saros Orne Jewet,-" said
a kotema wma. "was a dcloe stuaent
oft t tastes and bats of the prim-
ttve talk t thei morereemote Maine
M e She used to may that the
esoee tetsa of thee erlgeals co-
tsd -1e-f In taxidermy. These coun-
try l tlo a geod piece of taxzider-
amot we' a a palater loves a Whist.
"Mms Jewett was coadeling one day
with a yn Ma frmer, whoso Ut-
tlo ea had ded. The former. blowing,
bisnowe a a red handkrche ol. mid
Til toell ye wet it Is. Miss Jewett-
If it haft hess for weot the negbbrs
weosd bne f aid. rd ceainly have had
him Atuavd.


If Jo-a D. P AockeLe r lives until his
Nth Mrthday, and he has said be wll
reach he will become the first bi-
enanle n history. In the last two
year, Standard O., the woederftl oU-
tommiS mieay-makmu machine of his
erestima h Increased his fortune
Mamm.1 TUBhis the Increment of
the lim is value of the stock alone.
-latest ap nimated accurate
selmle available ple hb esrtue la
2M at bust M* sNt. t n hin SIt
wams $m" nos L Thtsiis an Increase
ftr th1 4v years of YIM,r,.t At
thib Mib the n m eaebner fortme Is to-
day ahemt tsIM,. In 1914. still
"a the pa umlatl of ieresse. It will be
aheMat N MM amud In2 919, when
the l slaIn r-eches ht his th year, It
WE have sMahewd the stupedous,
heabli g teow of e S eeM.0ee.-
am Itelae am.

The aew dormitory for Law School
and College men at Itetsom is nearing
completion. It to one of the best
building on the campus. It will ac-
eammodate more than one hundred
young pen, and will be In complete
readiness for the opening of the fall
term. September 2th 19.
Prof. A. Rasco, A. IM, LL. BR. one
of the new professors In the Stetson
College of Law. has rented a home In
Deland and will move his family to
the city early In September.
President Lincoln Hully has, since
June. gr1en a series of Bible lectures
and educational addresses before each
of a half dozen of the state summer
schools for teachers In the South.
The Normal School and Teachers"
College Bulletin, recently issued. Is by
far the most attractive piece of print-
Ing yet published by the department.
This beautifully illustrated booklet will
be sent on request to teachers, school
trustees and any other persons Inter-
ested In the building up of a strong
force for the common schools and high
schools of the state.
Prof. W. W. Frost's successor in the
department of English is a Ph. D. of
Columbia University, New York city.
He has had extensive and successful
experience in teaching and In literary
Dean J. Archy Smith is spending the
summer vacation in the high altitudes
of Colorado.

The summer is waning, our vacation
Tucked off among the whispering
pines, fanned by the health-giving
breeses. invigorated by surf plunges,
anmd uplifted by companionship with
the cultured cifi ens of Sutherland, we
have lost sight of other environments
during our two months' stay here.
The coming of the Ocala train and
the exit of the same are interesting
daily occurenes. The average tourist
does not yet infest this sequested spot
and we fully appreciate the restful
quietness in consequence. The wide
blue above the limitless pine forests
before and the ever varying Gulf be-
yond, present one great panorama.
The sun rises mid unusual splendor.
the Gulf winds bring with them the
sweetest tropical languors. The fairy
songsters come and go and then the
curtain drops. The silvery moon rolls
lastly out and there Is a sound of rev-
elry by night for
The festive frog with his big bass viol.
Is melody making all the while.
The Star scintillates weekly-I used
two Il's-the last time I wrote it the
typo used only one. It impoverishes
my feeble effusions, indeed when they
get into print minus a letter or are
gramaticaly injured, but then everyone
should be charitable toward the editor,
the only wonder is that he can deci-
pher some of his manuscript at all.
We have enjoyed Mr. Bittinger's let-
ters, have put on our far-seeing spec-
tacles and traveled with him.
We are delighted with Wall Springs:
St. Petersburg over ran our expecta-
tions, and this morning we are early
at the little Gothic station at Suther-
land, the conductor calls. "Board,"
pulls the bell cord. and we are off for
Clearwater. MRS. M. M. LITTLE.

Is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often it eats
thi worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
On Port King avenue, one of the most
modern and convenient residences In
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-

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
Kidne Remedy at once. Sold by alu

*I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophase glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H.W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
a or 6 doses "W' will cure any case
nt Chlls and PFever. Price 2Sc.

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Pdlama Aereplasne Rmbd Aleft
There Hours, the Very Best Yet.
Rheims. August 2.--Paulham, a
plucky French aviator. broke the
world's record yesterday in a flight of
two hours and fifty-three minutes and
four seconds. During twenty minutes
of ihe time Paulham was in a heavy
rain and wind storm. The previous
record was made by Wilbur Wright at
Lemans. He was in the air two hours
and twenty minutes and two and
three-fifth seconds. Paulham's new
record for distance was eighty-three
miles. When he descended Paulman
said he could have continued indefi-
nitely, but the essence which he car-
ried in his tank was exhausted.
Paulham is not an inventor, but
simply an operator. The flight yes-
terday makes him the world's greatest
professionaL The belief is unanimous
that he has already won the Prix de
Champagne, although managers of
the Wright machines intimate that
they will try for it.

Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of ending out.
One--wait for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. 3D. ID6 ONK.
yes4Xht Speeolit.
Ocal a, .

From the test of aire In the tme-
ship Lucania her builders emerge
with greater credit than did ts
Liverpool fire departmsLt She was
laid up and had no crew aboard, but
her bulkheads held against the vast
weight of water poured into her. and
she was raised, needing only reftt-
ting to be ready for service again.
If the Are had broken out at sea
It would have been more promptly
discovered and the Pomprtaut
wooded. It was a captalt of this
mame line who once pet eut a r ta
rough weather, without abrlg a
pamengw, by throwing his b ip In
the trough of the sa mad letting Mb
green wave pour over her Into ti
open hatch. All he had to do aftor
that was to pump the water t
In safety the modern ocean steam-
ship is a great advance upea the best
of even 20 years ago. The multi-
plied quadruple g- e neas electrical
control, the submarine telephone and
wireless telegraphy, and the. spien-
did discipline of crews wch recent
emergencies have shown, make life
at ea not a danger. but a holiday.
-New York Worid.
A Prench scientist has discovered
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But leug ago
millions of Americans had pMoved
Electric Bitters prolongs ife and
makes it worth living. It purifies, en-
riches and vitalises the blood, rebuilds
waste nerve cells. Impart life and
tone to the entire system. Its a god-
send to weak, sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
my life for months," writes W. M.
Shermaa, of Cushing, Me., "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Oaur
Me at al druggists.

Omrce nours: to 10 a m. ana i: GRMAN S IN O8T= AMMMA
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-d Is not the oy power
otory rooms andthat Gary block. cause to fear Germany."
FLORIDA TEAM I 8F~n uvi u4 said )r. Homer F. Fra ubey. a Sean
FLORIDA TEAMmining6 egner H at te
Camp Perry. 0., August 21.-At the 8tafored.
close of the national match yesterday I have latelybee In several
afternoon, Florida makes somewhere South American countries, speeding
near fortieth place. Florida, though much time in Argentina and Brazil.
way down the list, exceeds her scores In southern Brazil there are over
made in former years by several hum- 1,000,000 Germans, and more ar lV-
dred points.In lag by every steamship. Argentines
Texas leads the South. with eorga has also a big colony from the
second. The match was won by the Fatherland. Talking witl some of
navy with 3807 points, while the in- these I found a pronounced senti-
fwntry and cavalry were secondandmeat in favor of trading with their
third with 3,72 an d .727. native land of taking their orders
thi.. from Berlin Inste7ad of the govern-
,AsoA B. A TsH UOUME ments of their adopted land. If Ger-
DISAGRE .ABLE AT HOME many takes a notion some fie day
Lots of men and women who are to dispute the Monroe doctrine with
agreeable with others, get "cranky" the United States, every mother's
at home. It's not disposition, it's the son of Teutoaic stock Ina Latin Amer-
liver. i you find in yourself that you ica will go with the kaiser.
feel cross around the, house, little "I am not an alarmist and admire
things worry you, just buy a bottle of I the wonderful pluck and scientific
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver' achievements of the Germans.Ibut I
In shape. You and everybody around do not think that our people here
you will' feel better for It. Price 50 have the faintest conception of Wil-
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. liam's ambition. Germany is in dire
need of colonies, and if Germany
A CONNECTING LINK gets the upper hand in any section
Atlanta, August 26.-It is reported of South America they will be ready
in railroad circles here that work will to fight to keep It, regardless of the
be commenced at once connecting the Monroe doctrine. That Is a theory;
Tampa Northern and the Atlanta. Bir.- the day may come when we will be
mingham and Atlantic railroad at asjfacing a condition."-Baltimore
early a date as possible, the work to be American.
commenced at Dunnellon, where the
Tampa Northern now stops, and at SKILLED PAINTINQ
Thomasville. .: I am prepare to take say job of
Satisfactory arrangements have i painting, no matter how large or how
been completed. It is said, for the small, or how fne the work desired
financing of the proposition, and work smay lb. I have the material, breshe
will be commenced as soon as the pro. and knowledge to paint and do 11
per organization of the working forces right. Houses painted unpide and out
can be perfected. Graninng, gilding, hard oil falnshilng
varnishing and lettering and sign
WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP painting. Taste and skiI uarvte-ed
to three doctors; was kept in bed fOr Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a at the Star office. K. W. Fliyaw,
spider's bite caused large, deep sores Ocala. Fla. If
to cover his leg. The doctors failed,
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-!
ington, of Bosquesvllle, Tex. For'
ecsema, boils, burns and piles Its su-
preme. 26c at all druggists.


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Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of September. A. D. 190, at
the regular meeting of the city council i
of the city of Ocala, Florida, bids for!
the remodeling of the city market of'
the said city, according to plans and
specillations now on file in the city
clerk's office of said city, will be con-
sidered by the said council; said
council reserving the right to accept
or reject any of said bids; said bids
to be in writing and filed with the city
clerk on or before the said 7th day of
September. A. D. 1909. J. M. Meffert
President of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk.
*City Clerk of the City of Ocala.

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 ofI
said city: One black male pig about
eight months old. marked swallow fork!
and upper and under bit in each ear. j
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..
to-wit: on the 27th day of August.

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Special attestism to mountain parties. Spra part.and
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SUghts, steam ane fe heat; lawe auty; -p,,e el .S
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baseball tootball an baskethal tame champlow oat
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North Ave. and PsaWtre S, Atlatain Ga. Boarding u M y A W
girls and young la dies. Brdng department stritly m to
fined home life. Classes divided ato small abetioma to sgs
struction. Faculty of eighteen spedalistsa. OMmary adt r M
Ie, Art, Expression. Certicafte admits em to Vassar, WeOMIR n
Macon, etc., Thirty-second year begine September w, Nk o19
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We have Just received one of the famous I-
Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine eupeci Ibm
for the pmurose of grinding Lawn Mmo.
does the work perfectly. If you will fam w.
your patronage, we guarantee to p ve Y9
Mower in better ondton than the day you
It. It willbe sharp, and stay harplongertha
old style way, which Is usually done by
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K. ef P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Paellows meet Tuesday night
6gles meet Wednesday night.
Masm e Uet Thrseday evenig.
plong at the Ocala News Ca." Ale at aNahmd'
Picture pumsle post eats at the
Orals House. o
Mr. Jack Lge, oft Woe-1 .. ame
up!this marring to do mm I im

Call a see the ew books at the
the 01s, > *ws ft
Have you sen 'the picture puzsle
past ard at he Ocalsa News Co?
Uwe- Islt Talcum, 25. the battle,
at th Pasteffitce Drugstore.
Sart se W will cure aay eisi
49 cbfte san mPear. Prices ms.
Bathing caps. Just received at the
Court Pharmeufacy. .
FOR SALE-f4ee walnut roller top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. Hood.
Peroxide Cream, for the .mnlmMsi
at the Ceout Pharma"y.
R. C. Davis &. Co, of IJaek-vlloe,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, e.W
each, $S per domes.

FOR IuNT-A five-room cottage
near Synagogue, No. IN. Apply to A.
Y. Strunak
Mrs. C. D. Butts, of Rochelle. Is vis-
ting Capt. Tucke's family for a few-

Do not forg t y can find t -
thMg you want In crockery ad glass-
ware at the Oeala NewS Co.
STRATD--A bleck cow with a
white fate. Reward for Information.
Apply to BoN "S4.
Are you troubled with dandrut?
Than try a bottle of DIke's Hali Tonic.
at the Court Pharumn .
Pbuo the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
FOR RENT-House on Port King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillps.

Have you seen the new visible Fy.
holes typewriter? x. C. DvLIs & C04
general agents.
FOR SALB-My house: the best
corner location In Ocala on the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
Workmen have commenced putting
embossed steel ceiling on the Montesu-
ma hotel office.

Party wihes' to buy a six or seven-
room house east of railroad In Ocala;
cash transaction. Apply to Star office.
Mr. Charles Pfeffer takes the steam-
er at Jacksonville today for New York
to spend the fall and winter. Mr. P.
Is tired of being alone In the world.

Mr. David A. Leon. of Jacksonvlle,
state manager for the Southern States
Life Insuranee Company, la In the city,
attending to business for his company.

The preerptiona epsrtment is the
mam stay of any drugstore. Accuracy.
reliablity, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your- orescriptlons.
Tydingas ts lb.

Mr. Chas Brabham of the Star went
to Dunnellon this afternoon to help
Mr. Peacock with the Advocate for a
tew days.
There to no game law against any
ee hunting for PLNKS CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
lar s, ehis and fever. Price 2 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; bOB
probMbly knew.

Mrs. Sanford Jewtt. little daughter
Margaret Mrs. Jewett's mother. Mrs.
Ansley. and sister, Miss Ansley. who
have had the Brown cottage at Wood-
mar for the pas two weeks, returned

For indigestion ad all


trouble take Fley's Oruoo laxative as
It stimulates the stomach and liver
and regulates the bowels and wil poe-
Itiely cure habitual constipation. Sold
by all dealers.
We think the city council Is making
a mistake in selling, or trying to sell,
the soo. There Is very lttle expense
to it as the members of the fire de-
partment do all the work. It is a
never-faling source of amusement to
the children, and furnishes Interest to
the older foRs, particularly visitors.




KlS Mosquitoe. Bedbugs
Remhes, Moh0, Wa-
tebgs, Ante, Fleas.
.Deatroyu germs and
stelWaes the eggs of
all flect.
LEANS Furniture, Carpets,
Rnug. Curtahiin Etc,
positively harmless to
the good.
NU ENECS thoroughly,
awl an absolute pro-
vbtitive of all con-
tagiot disease to
man and beast.




A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sised house,
for aml at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to F. Ditto, city.
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost If interested, address "Au-
topmoblle, care Star office.
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLR VILLA-To rent on Otober
1. for the winter; furnished; running
Water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. 2$5 per month.
David 8. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fa

New crop of garden and flower
s"eda just received. Win. Anderson,
druggist sand seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
Not a single 'phone has burned In a
house In Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates., per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocals Telephone Co.

An eight-tnhe Westinghouse electric
fan that Is positively guaranteed to
burst only three cents worth of elec-
tricity In ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
Take Kodol at the times when you
feel what you have eaten Is not digest-
Ing. Kodol digests what you eat so
you can eat sufficiently of any good,
wholesome food. if you will Just let
Kodol digest It. Sold by all druggists.

Prof. K. J. Welhe has just returned
from New York where he saw all the
sights Including Coney Island, Rock-
away, etc, and had a fine, large time.
He came back" alone, but we expect
something to happen later. He is vis-
itihg his parents here for a few week.

FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.60; cost S0M new: one large
cook stove, good order, 85: lots of
flowers In $10 worth of pots for $12.50.
W. Clark, Ocala.
The Ocala News Company has Just
received a cargo of school books. It
will be a good Idea to go and select
what you need at once, as there is al-
ways a scarcity toward the last caus-
ing some scholars to have to wait sev-
eral days until new books can be had.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
'eW41 1at a saM Wof soked glasses
from us for Sc. The Postoffee Drug-

FOR RENT-Five-room Bouse near
pumping station. Apply to H. C.
Jones, Ocala BottUnk Works, Ocala,
Fla. -25-tf
Some merriment was caused at the
Sheriffs office this morning by a
check given a negro by another negro
in payment for some chickens. The
check looked like one of Countee's pro-
ductions or a child's plaything and it
Is a wonder that anyone silly enough
to take it could be found. Al the
same, passing It was no joke. as the
party who drew It will find.
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet art-
les In the c'ty. Tydlnsa & Co.
People with chronic bronchitis, as-
thma and lung trouble, will find great
relief and comfort In Foley's Honey
and Tar, and can avoid suffering by
commencing to take It at once. Sold
by all dealers.
The burglars came very near finding
the man they have been looking for
last night They invaded the premises
of Leland Smoak on Sanches street.
but Mr. Smoak heard them and went
after them with a shotgun. They es-
caped by the skin of their teeth. Mr.
Smoak says one of them wore a long
pointed shoe.

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 &

Al the falks who d 't go to
GaltesvIle will be lonesome this anesw.
Ig. but they wnl be a right iathey
go to the Air Dome. There will b "A
Somnambmlistic Her~" which is at
least one kind of hero yeu have nwer
seen before. "The Bachele's WV"
who must be a very lesstlug lady
indeed. -Mr. fp- and two ether
good subjects. Best way possible of
passing your time.

There will be a band concert tomar-
row night, if the weather and all ether
elements are propitious.
.This will probably be the last -eon-
cert of the season, a several members
of the band will be absent tram the
city during the month of September.

Rev. I W. Ogle says he was visited
by the burglars also. about two weeks
ago, but kept quiet about it as they
thought the man was spotted. The
men got into the house and ransacked
the entire lower floor looking for
money. They removed very little and
did not bother the pantry department.
From the end of the pavilion dock at
Woodmar, the big lake bream and
perch are biting well at earth worms.
Mrs. Carroll and little Merris sit In
the shade and catch more than they
can use. Merris has caught eg
fishing without a pole with a little
hand line, and bees seems the lacky
hook, and it tickles her immensely to
beat her mother fishing.

Two hundred and seventy Ocalmas
went to Gainesville on the afternoon
triln, to cheer the Brick City baseball
team to victory or console them in de-
feat, as the case may be.
The best remedy we know at In all
cases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one we can always recommend,
is DeWltrs Kidney and Biadler PIUs.
pills be positive that you get De-
Witt's Kidney and Baader Pills.
There are Imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitts.
Insist upon them, and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else In place of them. Sold by anl
WANTED-Position as bookkeeper,
typewriter and general office mam.
Reference, former employer, 0. V.
Reagan, Brooksville, Pla. W. C. Gal-
braith, Williston, Fat.
One of the handsomest and best lo-
cated homes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
pl nt yof land; cheap for cash. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, city.
The A. R. Toph residenee near the
heights on South Third street Good.
roomy house, large lot. stables. etc.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy Toph it
Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department Phone us. We
send for, Ail and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta. Ga.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

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Editor Star:-mnvltations are
tended to you. the Evenalg 8tar 4
complete, and the whole Ocala <
tingent, which includes all of Mat
to come down on Tuesday nextj
and feast and Jubilee with us the
iln day on the slopes of Oklawal
grand old gorge at Land Bow, G
hamville. And, re. be aeompal
with baskets flowing with mil
honey, etc.
There has been no public speal
slated for this occasion, but as
Rogert P. Rogers. of Lynne, aad I
rion county's fair promoters, EHos
S. Williams and Geo. Robimans,
be here. they will be called on by
committee to speak In regard to
banner county of our Land of Flow
A. A. 4
I will place an electric *moth
!ron In your home on a few days' ti
upon request at my office, or by c
or phone. They are the the gfra
little thing In the home. especallS
hot weather. Connect the cord I
one of your light drops and in a
minutes the Iron is hot. No am
or dirt and "t only were it
wanted. H. W. iACUKM

There will be a barbecue at (
Grove on Saturday, Sept. 11th.
mile south of Pleasant Hill ch
for those who Uke to dance, also hoa
There will be good music sad platfc
races, toot-races, ack-races and tih
leg races. everybody Is Invited
come. ring your basket and enjoy
day. Committee

Ts yearn ierpows. fref m
any music teacher t OelM.
music house l i Jacki a le. "P
22. A. M. Laudmord city. 14--t
We are showtag the best 2c. ha
writing paper that we have ever 1
and If you want the entire valm
your quarter. doi't tall to buy this t
the Postaffce Drugsatra.

Bear In mind we carry a fun Bim of
Staffrds and Carter's inks; also
fountain pens from 1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
There isn so better stock of fine
writing papers In the elty than we
carry. Come In and look It over If
you want something reany ales. Ty-
dings & C
Mr. and Mrs. Robert WhIttnstba's
little son, Harry, has been real sick
the pest few day, but Is Improving
under the treatment of Dr. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fleteher are
rejolcig over the arrival of a little
son, August 1th. Dr. Davis was the
attending physician. MM. Fletcher is
with her mother, Mrs. Stevesa.
Mr. and Mrs. Umit Weiler Intend
moving back to South Carolina soon.
They have made many friends during
their short stay here, who wl regret
to see them leave.
Flemlngton and Oakvale played
quite ana Interesting game of baseball
Saturday evening and PlemIngton
came out ahead this time.
Mrs. Vaan and Mrs. Tamer spent
the day with Mrs. Hunter Snday.
Mrs. K. A. Smith, who has been on
the sik list. Is able to be up .
The people who have been a I
lag about the etr..ely bet weatherr
are gad it has traned cooler so they
can sleep good at aight.


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On the 19th Judge Hopkins a cor- ,,
owner, held an Inquest o the body of
John Doe. an unknown negrTo. The Of nyu I-Aed o I
evidence showed that this negro @u-
CARRIES A LARGE reducing the ornig ors put ththby th
.house of H. T. Momrris, at Dalla; s etoe DISCOVERY a rend f
a watch, razor and some other articles.
AND PLET E STHe then ate a whole chicken and went m d; y e
AN D U PLETEO out to where Mrs. Morris was wagf ed bee
aske her for a drink or water. andb i
inquired the road to Levon. Mr. Mor- Yor neikno
SOF ris, who had been working in the field.
soon came to the house and discovered
the theft. Mrs. Morris described the
FURN N TIT U E man. Mr. Morris took his bicycle,
weat to Levon. but could not find hIb a l e
FU KNITURE He then went by train to Santos, but "I
could not find him there. He then am W
AND walked back to McGehee & Mayo's
still. There he learned the man had W 'w Se a
been at the still trying to sell or
d AUA JiN ALL K I w-- trade the watch, but had gone to the Am. N of
woods on one of the wagons. He
ISP|E IU EINS ALUL KINDS then. with Nathan Mayo, started at- W m
ter him on horseback. While passing ""
the home of Albert Taylor. one mile
ft =e m cIn Ca w i *" C I from the still. Mayo saw a man go The uLerj mnnci
into the house. Thinking it was the everyin'rilP n rint 0l2
orwl O ne. Cf't 1 i TMeS ft- Lt-" ad right man and that he might escape
by the back door, Mayo jumped off it ia a ais ti fm n the
h- Op Vt ia n p Wk IM m J- his horse., ran Into the hose. passing *
close by the negro, who was sitting t
mW so .M.. near the door. Mayo saw It was the
--I Ca ts C k L- dI Bullders a I < ~Sb thief and ordered him to throw up his in l-, tUX iv oer o b1
a s w t a C p haLm e 6 sliders anr th e do Madyo w t a th *g to e *
hands. at the same time attempting to of imtelleCe kd kew
S ----- -- i X, -M_ __ draw a revolver. Instead of throwing
San ._ ..__ up his hands, the man arose and at- AlyCric cXtrct of nar e m
L er te I ----e yU tempted to catch Mayo. he being be-
-- 1 l T0B MI tween Mayo and the door. The thief o edoharm either ch
*e J gus.hWS U^* being a powerful man. Mayo fired. YOU can learn more bo
killing the man instantly, the bullet Y
l V E A -K Y striking him on the cheek bone an4 the People's Commin Sum

Hopkins was notified by Dr. Carlisle
1.I VER & A thataman hadbeensot He for 31 e t
diately Isued a venire to summon a cn i o m w
jury of six men. This was done by cr 21 cents. Addre:. Wor
(O cal&a lOnda" Deputy Sheriff Whisenant At the in. D, a. .,6M
quest the jury found that My. Mayo M. D e t, 063 M
acted In self-defense and returned a
'-verdict of justifiable homicide. Upon
......................................searching the body the watch and oth. -
er property was found in his pockets.
He also had a new pair of stockings
wrapped in a paper from one of the ,
S PYES LITTLE BONANZA merchants of Wildwood. The body
was then removed to the still quartersme this family or
SL F U A and buried the next day. gladly welcome this family into our
On the 13th Mrs. May McPhaul midst
came home from her vacation trip. Mr. G. I). Hogan returned last Sun- ,
Her many friends were glad to see day from a short visit to Nashville.
ALL KINDS OF her on our streets again. She re- Tennessee.
sumes her duties as station agent Mr. J. S. Jolly, general roadniaster
Feshl- Ma ts Oree iss, Chiekns, Eggs, Etc. Produce Beth about the first of Seotember. for the A. C. L., third division, of
'WOn the 21st Mrs. Susie Walker and Jacksonville, was here a few hours
m bglt d Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fsmh. The Most Con- two children returned to MarteL after last Friday Interviewing the rail lay-
p- Plas of its Ked lmna Country. Re-modeled and Right a few days' visit at her fathers's (J. Ing gang. He was accompanied by Mr.
IL Whisenant's). R. 4 Robinson, division roadmaster
Up-Te-0 ts. Fhrst Clas Restaurant in Cenneetion. First Clas Sidney Mattox., of St. Petersburg,. Is of Gainesvile.
visiting relatives in town. Sid Is bag- The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
11 ala and Reasonable Board to We-kly Customers gage master on the A. C. L R. IL run Gammage became so sick last Satur-
Jacksonvile to Tampa. day that it was necessary to take the
Belle Ellis. matron of the Negro child to the hospital In Ocala.
Orphans' Home. was married on Sun- The W. 0. W. held an interesting
Scrap Iron and Metal., Also Green Hides Bought day, th d, to Edgar Mullins o well attended m ing last Fri.
Summerfleld. by Rev. N. W. Ellison, day. Mr. C. Gammage was present
and Sold. at the home. At present there are 11 and instructed into the mysteries of
orphan children in the home. the order, and we judge that he Is
O. M. Gale. of Gale & Nott. has gone satisfied that he got his moneys
to Jacksonville, New York and other worth. The night wa warm but the
Telephone NO. 111 P. 0. Box No. 652 Places on a business trip. camp had a cooler of nice lemonde
Some of our young people had a which was indulged in qule freely.
n an di N Em S& i s dance the night of the 23d at the The camp enjoyed a visit from Sov-
Shome of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lucius. ereign W. T. Spencer of Rodman,
San__. _.__ Miss Lilly PFggO of Clearwater, is whose presence added no little to the
frW ---- -- ------- visiting relatives in town. meeting. They also had as visiting
Miss Alice Polly, of Ocala, is visit- sovereigns C. D. Bryan of Moultrie,
ing her aunt, Mrs. A. 1. Nott. Ga., and Mr. Everett of Flairfeld.
There was a pleasant gathering of Next bSunday being the thd T Sunday
young people at the home of Mr. and it will be orphanage day. The Sunday
Mrs. A. L Nott the nlgflt of the *4th. school will take an offering for the
I l^ VV^BI] L RMr. J. T. Hames is now working lta orphan's home and It is hoped that 1
m the mill of E. Converse at Ocala. they will succeed In getting up a lib- 7 .et
eral collection. We do not know of a e
CURD HY FVERmore worthy or needy Institution In brn
CURED HAY FEVER the state and should have the support Is
a AND SUMMER COLD of all our people. All are cordially In-
SA. 8. Nusbaum. Batesvlfle, Indiana, vited to attend Sunday school at 10 ma
Stwrites: "Last year I suffered for o'clock unday morning and prayer- tl
three months with a summer cold so meeting Sunday night at 7:30. wq
distressing that it Interfered with my Mrs. 11e Gree has been sipndlng wd
A- .... business. I had many of the syrp- several days very pleasantly with
Stmi E--- ^wa,, D -Im W Rim r toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pr- friends in Jacksonville. She returned Sv
S E n a b t U t scription did not reach my case, and I home Saturday. w
Sa m--L b.A .. he der hi-"ls pes. tooL several medicines which seemed a
ma l only to aggravate It. Fortunately I HIDDEN DANGR S tS
owme setde ve yeela insisted upon having Foley's Honey

t-at trie with sad mmim g'r the Shealth et and Tar with the same success." Sold to ignor --1
rn f .mm--- ---_. aImt Expe-_. ent_ by all dealers. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes fromu

KENDRICK you when the kidneys are sick. Well U
h t hl l Mfoap Sk kidneys send out r thin. perle and 3

w e.n.. -esecure -s e rou rfomy, or thick rod. IIn- melig o
w Ib 9 a W-M ui te ofu Ctator O PO as teacher. From the words of praise urine, full of sediment and Irreguar of "-
--ug Br- a-g g yru.--- It 1i Pleamnt. it spoken of her by the patrons of for- passage. th
501- lt hVMT M&ml-- .ttn&ifM 119 Isar e It a s mer schools she has taught we feel DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from ta<
m*" O _pim rpi e no sure that we will have the best the back. Back pains, dull and heavy.
_a g e s- s flamtS. It dewate WOrm school that we have had for several or sharp and acute, tell you of sick
A-A --- Fevan.. In Amre arrh i lA SidA Wind years. Thp patrons will confer a fav- kidneys and warn you of the approach
-lC oure. or on the teacher and will be a great Brs cugre ck s disease. Dre te
*1 yLili Itmul te toh Food, -the benefit to the pupils by sending the permanently.
amliat esM thealt ood.t uralatheechildren on the first day. Let us all Mrs. Anna Daniels, living on Sixth
O-in=* Md webo givig eathy d MA ~ un sImpb pull together and have a good schooL St.. Plalatka. Fla, says: -Since using
"-l- h--' P lILA SrielnB d The many friends of Mrs. S. B. Doan's Kidney Pills I have been feel-
Brooks will be sorry to learn that she ing better than before in over a year.
S C A S T O R IA Ahas been quite ill this week. It s I eredseverely from dull nagging
O- .0I K L AI | H A ALWAYS hoped that she will he restored to backaches and the most distrewskg SqI
-health at an early date. pans through the kidney region.
Miss Maud Gummage, who has been Mornings I felt so weak and lame that Yvo
Miss Maud G mmagee who h, been I could hardly get around. A too fre-
spending several weeks very pleasant. quent attlon of the kidney secretions
ly with relatives and friends In Geor- also caused me considerable annoy- 10:3
gia, has returned home, to the delight ance. Reading of Doan's Kidney Pis 11:11
of her many friends. and being much Impressed with what 11:3
Mr. A. P. Tongue, the competent and was said about them I procured a box. 12:2
faithful engineer for the Sumner I used them as directed, the 1-c-#w* 1:41
Lumber Co, has been spending his were soon banished, and the kidney 2:41
vacation with friends at DeLand. but secretions became regular and normal 4:4
In action. I have often told my 4:00
has returned home and is again at his friends of the merits of Doean's KId- 6:4
Npot of duty. new Pills." 7:5
Mrs. A. B. Grantham and children Plenty more proof like this from 11:44
In U-- For Ov-r 30 Yearn and Mrs. S. C. Rawls of Pine spent a Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'S 4:21
couple of days this week with their drug store and ask what their custo- 11:5
*m m B I w mm-- _-ww--.._m. sister. Mrs. C. L Grace and Mrs. D. C. mer report. 5:44
Rawls. They report a lot of water In FbTr sale by all dealers. P1lSe 50 5:0
the woods. cents. Poster-Milburan Co. Ba le, 2:3
Mrs. J. J. Gthery and dauhte New York, sole agents for the United 9:5
___ MJ. J. Guthery and daughters States. 11: 5
Bertha and Angle, after spending a Remember the name-Doeans-and 0:L:
week at Madison. Rochelle and Evin- take no other.
ston. returned home last Sunday.
mMrs OF F. W. B. Livingston and children NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ORand Mrs. Clifford Livingston spent the to "N iquer Wines and 4:10
* anls, FFridSH (MOR WOMEN) day at Reddick Wednesday. Our peo- eer. 5:1 :
pie find it quite convenient to go north Whereas, 14 Keating, doing bui- 7:40
An Istimm a of the First Rank, sup-, Florida on the early morning train, but to go n Keating o has filed with :
Ve30 bey Stats an pFederal Funds, to Ocala they must spend the night. the board of county co-mt-mpers for 8:25
r or~l Young Men. A College without a parallel in the Looks like the Ocala merchants and Marion county Florida. hi application
$gg-enivneSouth. offering degrees and diplomas board of trade would see if they could for permit to sell iquors, wines and
_A, I o A, o e n the following departments: not prevail upon the A. C. L. to run beer to election district one of said TI
So J A, M S L A School of -Liberal Arts. their local freight into Ocala In the county and state any citizen of such ot
and L L. LII. A School of Industrial Arts. morning and attach a coach so that election distrlet my show em. ifP
I and a leM es: Agriculture: IHII. A School of Fine Arts. ....u ..... A .. ......... ... am t

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