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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 28, 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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Volume ID: VID03257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Sa? 9W N lagra appeared In Misosseippi with the
. coming Into the agricultural districts
SP- e Floor The Muarne A of the state of the Italian, In whose
M Bask Building, Ocala, land the disease originated, and among
whom it is moat prevatlet, and there
Sel-l-sm-Oic,. X22; Reoclde. Is a suggestion that peliag ius Italians
S a. may have Immigrated Into this coun-
SR i--$Sto 12 a. M:. t S *o 4 "Meridian did not know the name of
S" to pellag'ra a little over a year ago. The
- -- patients there are whites, and the
Sm - natural suspicion arises that the ne-
S fE M c lA NE B gr' oes, who eat more corn and corn
| meal than the whites, take less care
p--J -d &KrI with It. know little about sanitation,
and seldom call In a doctor, may be
Se --M---" concealing cases of the disease.
a Prstio* COa Made Promptly It is these points of uncertainty that
S 'Ni.t or Day the Meridian doctors want to clear up
--- If possible. When did the disease or-
f pseel AU@tttA to Ostetries, Di- lnate In this country, and under
S sease of Women and Children what circumstances? How many
cases are there? What Is the cause of
SOffee: RooSs 3-22 Holder Building the malady? And what precautions are
Foor; Phones, Office'No. 33. necessary to assure protection against
ssMdene, No. 33Lo it?
OCALA. FLORIDA Little KnewM of Dim e
.There is very little Information on
,- -. ---.- the subject. The first pellagrous pr-
son to enter the hospital at Meridian
S was a Mr. Vreeman, of Maeon. Miss.
I n October. 197. It was a symptematic
I E case of pellagra, but the disease was
not recognized, being mistaken for
W Frm Rled WSaM As the cold weather came oe Fe-
man improved--nother marked char-
---- acteristle of pellagra. which gets bet-
.Wy, but Ityou w.ill e.mine ter in cold weather and cannot exist in
mWty b tcewicels so n a Northern climate. He went thome.
e aly the e which melts so rap- Last talL in September. he came to
mI ye B ei note that there seems to Meridian again. The disease had re-
e.o hele. ln It, that the center is what turned In a more violent form and at-
i t e "alle m asnow Ice," which, bng r tacked his brain. He suffered from n-
e ., allows it to mlit quickly. somnia: his mind became disordered.
r eni allows It to melt quickly. -'.1 i. aa..nd .. di. .I .ue r.nwhT w*a

S*Ctys Ice

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*m. pe Bet as t is possible to make
Ithe met economical Ice
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Una e- awe i=RU l i rti at was
about the same time that the second
case, that of Msl Sue Woods, was dl.-
coveted, and the malady was Identified.
It seemed to J. A. Steoe, a civil war
veteran, of Kemip, Tea, that a pl
existed between a desperate bg troq-
ble and the grmvg to cau1e his death
'"I ctUacte4 a stulahrn cowb" he
writes -that devlued a o*gh that
stuck to m in sWte of all remeJles
for years. My weglt ran down to Ila
pounds Thp IibganO to use
King's New Discoery, whibc restored
py health coakletely. I new we st
178 pDnod* 'mDr seweo eode, ob0tl-
n0te I I '0 1 Wo P6. aStM1n.
AMd to prevent pnsumenia Itf un-
rivaled. 6fe aad Ttral bottle
hfree. 0 ranteed y anll qgistg.
Zeppelin's Greet AirsNp Voyaged from
Lake Cnletee toenIlo
Stuttgart Germany, Aug. 2T.-Count
Zeppelin's new dirlgible balloon. ep-
pelln HIII, passed here at ten o'clock
this morning, en route to Berlin, where
a monster reception Is planned for the
aged aeronaut. The trip from Fried-
erichshaten of 130 miles was made In
five and a half hours without mishap.
The balloon is behaving beautifully.
Count Zeppelin will beard the balloon

tS REWARD. 100

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thb merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, bla.1-
der of rheumatic trouble. 9' bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mail. Send for testimonials. Dr.1
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street- St.
Louis. Mo. -
Almost Sightless John Robinson Saved
a Boy From Drowining
Atlantic City. August 23.-Although
nearly sightless because of a re 'ont
injury that caused the 1.'Fs or one e.
and almost blinded the other, Joh: i
Robinson, a fisherman, leaped into the!
swift waters of the Thoroughfare yes-
terday and saved the life of ten-year-i
old Morris Hughes, who had tumbi-bl
from a railroad bridge while fishing.
Robinson made his way to the sink-,
Ing boy by following his cries and was
compelled to ask spectators on shore
to guide him with their calls to get
back to the bank with his burden. The
rescuer first touched the boy's floating
hat, but changed his course to follow
the last cries of the lad and dived just
In time to grab the youngster by his
Robinson is threatened with total
blindness within a short time.

; Moors are Losin, hat the Seriags
of the Spanish SeMiers arm
Lisbon. -Aug. 28.-Specal dispatches
received here from Melilla. Morocco.
say the fighting Is general an the Mo-
roccan coast. The new Spanish artil-
lery has wrought terrible havoc
among the Moors, who have lost 1.000
men in the last three days. The Sipan-
ish casualties amw unt to 350. A Span-
ish column has destroyed three vil-
lages near Restinga.
I A Moorish deserter, who has come
into the Spanish lines declares that
j Spanish prisoners after being horribly
' tortured and mutilated are decapitated
and their bodies flung Into a hole on
Mount Gdrtuga. This hole is a mass
of decomposing corpses. Estimates
place the number of Spanish prisoners
at 1.000.
The water being doled out to the
Spanish troops is insufficient. The of.
fleers buy mineral waters, but this the
men cannot afford to do and driven
by their overwhelming thirst, they
have drunk from stagnant pools. Many
cases of poisoning have resulted. Al-
ready fifty men have died from this
cause and 10 have been sent to hos-

Destds Trying to Dissever a Caom for
pea "s oNSmelo, Cansed kl
NMey Carn
New Orkas, La.. August 21.-The
physicians of Meridian. Miss.. have
started a movement to bring before
the medical protfsiao In every county
of the state the fact that pelagun, the
fatal disease supposed to be due to
eating moldy or musty corn. prevails
in Mississippi and seems to be on the
law~a* --
Their purpose is to dissever the sup..
posed hidden cases of pellagra, peoba-
bly under treatment as ecuema and
other maldies, to collect as many
facts about It-anad particularly its
origin-as is poseMsle, ad by easert-
ed action tofget from the state legis-
lature a I u In regard to the Inspec-
tion of all grain shipped Into the state
Itf Investigation shows the correctness
of the Italian theory that pellagra is
due to corn fungas.
Marine Ho pital intsreted
The United States Marine Hospital
Service haa already taken up the
matter and has sent out a great deal
of information about pellagra. Thise
has caused no little alarm, and it is
probable that many cases of false
pellagra will be reported. It is feared.
too. that the general statement that
eating moldy or musty corn is the
cause of the disease will work harm.
In the form of corn meal or grits
or hominy corn Is much more used In
the South than in any other part of the
country and is the staple Irticle of diet
for the great majority of the popula-
stion. Moreover, because of the boll
wsevll the southwestern states are
planting more corn this year than ever.
Meridian is one of the best points
from which to start the movement. for
it was there that the arst definite ease
of pellagra was traced In the South.
Then, too. Meridian has treated more
eases of pellagra than any other city.
Twenty-ode cases have been brought
to Its hospital from the neighboring
country. Of the patients, nine have
died apd one has been discharged as
cured, while eleven still remain In the
Came With Italianm
It Is Sot"d as a coincldeace that pel-

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Medical DisDcovery *nuerdb sto toIs
sm untal mm mae vlemroeam aeds
The "D)iscoveryr* is ameS asamle
holc is a glyweite tMeamtt attve med
mal mots vitha fw ll& BS I ita IM-dm
intea on eachb ottl.e-wmuwm l iSad
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a4d extolied by the emsMe mUNal
writes of the ago sad se Nmmmemsi a
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Nature Gives Timely Warnm:ngs That Our Ice by our new process is frm-
No Ocala Citizen Can Afford en at a temperature of eight to ten
to ignore degrees above zero, is as clear as crys-
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from tal and as pure as can be made. We
the kidney secretions. They will warn guarantee it to last longer.
you when the kidneys are sick. Well .
kidneys excrete a clear, amber fluid.
Sick kidneys send out a thin. pale and BUY FROM THE SLUE WAGONS
foamy, or a thick, red. ill-smelling
urine, full of sediment and irregular of
passage. And Not he Disappeltmed In 0 uevle
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from Ad lity
the back. Back pains, dull and heavy,
or sharp and acute, tell you of sick a 1 |r u b M
kidneys and warn you of the approach lCAU ICE l rMPG M C
of Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney
Pins cure sick kidneys and cure them KMDFVBRT & TATId)
permanently.1. 6101110 &-
Mrs. Anna Daniels, living en Sixth
St. Palatka. Fla, says: "Since using -
Dean's Kidney Pills I have been feel-
ing better than before in over a year.
I suffered severely from dull. nagging C.J. PHILLIPS
backaches and the most distressing
pains through the kidney regions. cmu1 r We' a DB1Bf.
Mornlngs I flt -so weak and lame that
I could hardly get around. A too fre-
quent action of the kidney secretions Plans and Speelestloes Furalleled
also caused me considerable annoy- Upon Reque.L
ance. Reading of's Kidney Pills
and being much impressed with what 129 Soaeh hd 8L,
was said about them I procured a box.
I used them as directed. the backaches *1l"e 13. OAL. PL .
were soon banished, and the kidney
secretions became regular and normal
in action. I have often told my
friends of the merits of Doan's Kid- THE O HSEK SIAL
new Pills."
Plenty more proof like this from MAAL
Ocala people. Call at Tvdings & Co.-'s A B I S
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. FPoter-Milburn Co. Buffalo. t)peMu Ito the LoAbb, of te Oeaa0
New York, sole agents for the United oo.

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-dector's pre-
scription did not reach my cale, and I
tool several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Ioley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same sueeess." Sold
by all dealers.
Under Tattered Battlefags Through
.the Streets of Charlotte
Charlotte, N. C., Aug. 28.-The
greatest event of the North Carolina
Confederate veterans reunion In this
city yesterday was the parade through
the streets of the city, in which 1.085
veterans took part. The parade was
led by Gen. Carr. Three battle flags
were displayed, the Forty-eighth.
Thirty-ninth and Twenty-ninth North
Carolina flags, which were literally
torn to pieces by musket and cannon
balls. One' of them was in over 40
engagements in northern Virginia. A
reception and barbecue and numerous
entertainments were tendered veter-
ans during this, the last day of the


This would be unusual news Ift men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with Bal-
lards Snow Liniment. Sold by all
Race Trouble in Georgia Over the
Killing of an Outlaw
Soperton, Ga., Aug. 28.-After kill-
ing one man and seriously injuring
two other members of a posse which
was chasing him. B. Clark. a negro
convict serving a life sentence in the
Bibb county chain 'gang for* murder.
was killed yesterday and his body
burned to ashes on a brush heap by en-
raged citizens.
Clark had escaped from the chain
gang and was roaming about the coun-
try armed with a shotgun, rifle and au-
tomatic pistol, and wearing a steel
breastplate. When located by the
posse he was in an outhouse on a
alace near here and opened fire on the
posse. More than a hundre shote
were exchanged.
James Durden. a deputy sheriff, was


On Thuraday, apoep r b& I f204 th eWs Wo ik
of the workings of the e Werbe r Mm
In our Baak, The I M emis ll .bat a.
An are Invited. The bhous between Sd ~5 w *j:
to ladles who may wish to see the weklase at tme a



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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
nhe dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all its stages, aad
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Halis Catarrh
Cure is taken Internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
the constitutloo and assisting nature
in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in Its curative
powers thai ibey offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it falls to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
President Lightens the Punishment of
the Officers of the Jackson Lumber
Pensacola, Fla, Aug. 28-The action
taken by President Taft in commuting
to six months each the terms of im-
prisonment imposed upon W. S. Har-
Man. manager of the Jackson Lumber
rompnay. 8. E. Huggins and C. C.
Hilton. of the company, who were con-
victed in the federal court here three
years ago on charges of conspiracy to
commit peonage. has been communi-
cated by Attorney General Wicker-
sham to Special Assistant Attorney
General Reese of this cty.
The attorney general Instructed that
the supreme court mandate in these
cases be filed immediately and the
sentences be executed without further
It is expected that the United States
marshal will leave fof the Atlanta fed-
eral prison Monday with the three
prisoners named, as well as Dr. Grace
Md C. Gallagher, two other officers
of the lumber company who were con-
victed at the same time and whose
sentences as Imposed by the court
were not lessened by executive act.
Harlan Is one of -the wealthiest and
most prominent lumber men in the
South and Is a nephew of United
States Supreme Court Justice Harlan.
The sentences by the trial court were
as follows: Harlan. eighteen months
at hard labor and $500 fine: Gallagher.
fifteen months at hard labor and $1.000
fine: Huggins, Hilton and Grace, thir-
teen months at hard labor and $1.000
fine. I

You (en never be quite sure where
a cold isa goga to hit you. In the fall
and winter it may settle in the bowels,
producing severe pain. In the summer
it may give you a colic with diarrhoea
or summer complaint Do I not be
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis or Inflammation
of the bowels. At the first sign of the
pain or cramp take Perry Davis'
Painkiller In warm. sweetened water
and relief will come at once. There
Is but bne Painkiller, Perry Davis'. It
is now put up in a large 35c saie as
well as the regular 50e. ise. 5

Latham's Monplane Chief Among the
MMacMhine Si at Rheims
Betheny Aviation Field. Rheims.
Aug. 28.-Hubert Latham, the French
aviator took glo-ious revenge. yester-
day for the hard luck which he ex-
perienced in his recent attempts to
cross the English channel and his In-
defatigable, but hitherto unsuccessful
efforts to accomplish some notable
achievement during the present meet-
ing. by establishing a new world's
record for distance. 154 kilometres, 650
metr,e. or 95.98 miles.
Latham covered fifteen laps. or 150
kilometres in 2 hours. 13 minutes. 9
seconds, and the full distance in 2
hours, 18 minutes, S 3-5 seconds, which
also are world records, the flight be-
Ing at the rate of about 48% kilome-
tres an hour, as compared with 53%
made by Wright at Lemans and a
fraction under 60 made by Paulham.
Except for the one lap speed records
made by Blerlot and Curtis this week
and Paulham's time record In the air,
Latham now holds every record for
'distance and speed. Like Paulham he
descended only when the gasoline tank
was empty.
Like a Flying Dragsn
Nothing could\have exceeded the
beauty and impemsiveness of the pro-
longed flight. In grace of lines no
other aeroplane here compares with
Latham's monoplane. The slightly
tilted planes from the long skiff-like
body give it a resemblance when close
to a winged canoe, while sailing high
up In the air it looks from the dis-
taince like a mammoth dragon flying.
For an hour with fluttering wings, like
a living thing, it fought its way
against the storm of rain and wind at
an average height of 150 feet, mount-
Ing higher as the wind rose. until dur-
ing the worst of the storm it was ful-
ly S3 feet. The contention of the ad-
vocates of the biplane that the mono-
plane woul$ be unable to live In a
strong breeze has been amply refuted.



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liver. It would be a stupid e well as
savage thing to beat a weary or starved
maa because hhelagged la his work. 8e
toIn treating the laggg. torpid liver It s
a great mistake to lash It with strong
dratic drugs. A torpid liver Is bet an
Indication of an ill-u risheAi. snfM
body whose organs are weary with oev
work. Start with the ostemach rallied
organs of digestion sad mitlem Pat
them In working arder satd M e h
quickly your liver will became active.
Dr. Pierce's Golde Meatdi ervry
has made many marvelous endra tlver
trouble" by its woaderfal csteel of the
organs of digestio and nutrition. It re-
stores the normal activity of the stlmash
Inereasee the Meeotions ao thols *loeak.
lag glands cleanses the system from poi-
senous accumulation, sad so relloemthe
liver of the burdens aImposed agm hy
the defectloe of otDar erpga.
If you have mtterer Uteed ui utOa
la. pooreor la ggethsum otan"tiusg,
foal bretwet teeat ee' gule eeh ua
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F *i2 bla. ended
da greatly
Iravr wygth b *a iflive in
b em.usa i.tabs a short cut to
.0o d that is o ten b hp sloy lost in:
the dvisi ways or the uOMrts. Call
i Ml a a i No ing, nMhte capping.
nlht rildid or what yei will, it I..
eased tfrth by m piurIMlisense of
Ja sM. seod wWd a n be .resorted
Sto t 0V conrt we what they should
'be a d will mw be eaiMmsted until
h theadm s atof the law
as reached a powst wia the poor
SIma isel do ftamto as as de Jure
S"ith the rt am or o the Amerl-
cn etlMb has leost the la st vestige of
Shis aaly ladependemce sad become
-- theubservlent slave *f atahtity. ,
;. The latest lastaace of thls homemade
jAsito esIN from tui, Ga., the
place made famou by WiM N. Harben
Sis n Neeth Geasula tatab The fol-
DAM s.o. A 2 -7,-45nae ax-
4. mb t a renimd m on te streets of
Sthe city. who the report of the visit
S of a bad OCfM kluax was spread. EdI-
Star BartUll of the Argus was awaken-
e d trm sleep and when be went to the
dew, was greeted by several masked
ms Who paced In hisa bada a letter of
warnit to the gamblers, blind tigers,
wafers and lewd women. The letter
OW gaed by the Ka Kasx Klan, and
Sw t M i& to may that the warning had
hitter be heeded.
several people saw the men wearing
I- whfte rObes with white masks,
which completely enveloped them. ren-
dng iMMtUlaton impossible. Even
Their ves weor d 4gulsed that it
was hapossible to *a o eat the Identity
Ot any member of the party.
It seemed that the object of the visit
was the capture of a notorious negro
priebher Named Oresham, who lives in
North DMlts. They Inquired for him.
Md evel Went to h house, but he was
oat of the eity at the time.
The warning-of the kiM klux was as

"Owl Hollow, Kth month, AX.
"When In the course of events it be-
omes wcesary for as to visit a cer-
tate section for the protection of wom-
t sad ehlUMedm sad good of society.
we are ever ready to answer that call,
Wad whatsoever we purpose that we do
wo* ato the guilty wretch who dis-
obeys oar orders.
Tere are certain evils existing in
tids eiy that have got to stop. Blind
tiers and gamblers, lewd women.
street lasters aad vagrants must go.
Whitaker, Lume Cartrell. Jesse
House and several others of their col-
or; also several white men who are
4m09id to the same business of sell-
lg whisky, take warning. The appeal
of wCeIn and childnm who have been
made to suffer on account of the In-
fermal poison you sell has been heard
sad by the eternal they shall not be
SIpsNOd upon any more. The gamblers
we know also, and this is the first and
ast warnlsg you wUl receive.
"Some of them are married men and
have ftamiles who have our sympathy
and aed the mobey that you are
sambIng away while you are ruining
tihe yong boys of the town. This thing set to stop. It It does not and
yo~r doors meet In the center o*
boams. releuber you have been warn-
S ILd Don't attempt violence or make
May threat. If you do, remember the
reos beam oa the foot bridge I4 still
soamd and strong. The gang of young
Me who lostaf the streets both day and
light must either go to work or leave
th em atry. Lewd women, both white
ad black, most go. Certain young
mM who wear good clothes and loaf
Slthe streets each night until mid-
Ulght must either go to work or leave.
,- lle of the Sang are thieves and we
have got them on our list. You must
ether o to work or go further away.
Tl order to a& Is Nt -md final: you
east quit your csedness or go to
aheetr country. Your day is over
DeWOI t cosferance at Owl Hollow
A ad w orders given by Tibo Tib,
"Grand Cyclops of the K. K. K."
th IdoWaumet was typewritten, some
. mtas s having been done over'in red



Moving Pictures

and Music.

lhe noit of e temint -
ed by Ho l P'eoIe


Program for this Eveiag

Admission 10 and 5 cents

Doors peC at 7:30 p. I.


Boston, and then at every long stop
that the president makes, both going
and coming, he will be entertained at
a feast. The count shows about twen-
ty banquets and as many luncheons at
the fifty-three cities In which he will
stop during the fifty-five days of his
This means a heterogeneous mass of
food of all kinds. Including a Mexican
menu and the amazing dishes of the
Creole cooks of Louisiana. He will
have hot tamales at San Antonio, 'pos-
sum in Augusta, and In the great
Northwest and along the California
east every devtee in cookery peculiar
to the sectJons will be used to tickle
the Jaded palate of the muwn banquet-
ed president.
Wherefore. It is no wonder that Mr.
Taft will take a physician along
Wherever it is possible the president
w"I dine In his own car. But In the
great majority of cases that will not
be possible, and. as was observed here
today, this trip of rfly-five days will
hold put more real dangers to the
president through the fifty-five ditfftr-
ent varieties of cooking that he will
have to endure. that anything else he
man encounter. And the *e-ret service
men will not be able to protect him
from that.

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-await for time and disease to
drive you to it.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
MMid thm. DR. D. M. BONET.,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Offce hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:1a p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
Ten years expevnce. references.
any music teacher In. Ocala. any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
228. A. M. Tanstord. city. 1-8-tf

ftw 1h"atsam M Chilk..
IrIMY. u IM sh lml

I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades f( .
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent Try
them. H. W. Tucker. the electric sup-

"A Inl the superior court at ply man.
em bsa, Clayton county. Georgia.
.. aght a averdit recently for the The best r
.efaats InS the case of Mrs. Sadie A. cases k
S. aast $Rv. J. C. Atkinson. pas- and th ne,
So tor of the Joesboro Methodist church is DeWitt's
-." W*hl htei ehad demanded 20.000 pills be poi
~llag ltr slander. 1m a sermon Wltt's Kidl
;.,, w 1 d6lvf t wags early a year ago. There are to d
S. tkamei ftrred to those mem- market to dn
S, sf is J k Who sought to sow cInsnt upon
enP n : the church, as "devils n. cannot sup;
,'., .,- else in place
.-. 'MM. ~~ean arged that the refer- druggists.
se to r ead also claimed that HO
pate" had referrd more directly HFft Ki
to hs. which wae deaed. Dr. Atkin- On Frt Kind
+'+ hss vr, ~ttroateed witnesses to thecn and
stw fat Mrs. Bms had beena dis- the ty A
"t : .~ ib eat Ia the church. enue.
W Ofe the witnamess testified she
Sad MM the teacher tof the Bible class
Sa MOWNa=% that the Sunday school
M nitiam enat was too slow. that the
,tes O f the choir were cracked and

.;- -" Ie m oettvjl for the church.
Was "ult ,o the Jo,"
S< vhu ry afts ahort deliberation
.... h la a verdlet for the pastor.
DMu 3 "m em oa comamet, but it is
p able thI al a f"hun outflow of
* passwords would have ex-

se s to the star that both the
S-W r nM h jery War angaarea< -

remedy we know of In all
dney and bladder trouble
we can always recommend.
Kidney. and Bladder Pills.
iltive that you get De-
ney and Bladder Pills.
citations placed upon the
receive you. Get DeWitt's.
them, and If your dealer
ply you-refuse anything
of them. Sold by all

g avenue, one of the most
convenient residences in
pply to 139 Fort King av-


Novelized From

' Eugene Walter's

Great Play

That "Paid In Full" is a story
of absorbing interest has been
proved by its phenomenal suc-
cess in dramatic form. For two
seasons there has been no dim-
inution in the drawing power
of this vital piece of realism.
In its present form it is not less
engrossing. The features which
made it so powerful as a play
are not less potent in the serial.
It is the same keen exposition
of human motives put into the
simplest forms of expression.
There is no waste of material,
no attempt to moralize, no break
in the continuity. The three men
who are the central figures in
the story stand out in admirable
distinctness from the very first.
and the one woman whose splen-
did rectitude illuminates it all
lives from the moment of her
appearance. Although it is cer-
tain to product frequent thrills.
the story is neither melodra-
matic nor sensational. Its power
lies iq its humanness.
CHAP I --'v ".

~0; I'll not give 'em a raise of 3
cents ap hour nor of a cent
an hour; uary a raise. un-
t derstaud. And I don't want
you to c6me here thinking yon can
bulldoze me, because you'll find highly
quick you're mistaken. If any man
links be can do that I waut to see
The words. utilned In a wrathful
bellow. came through tue cot;d door
o' bhe president's room and were
heard by #Tery employee and visitor
In the main office of ybe Latin Amnerl
as r5teamsblp company. wia-'ncu
pled aso apre floor of a big building
In. Bowling Greea. Jew York city.
Soue of the employees 'la.l and
passed tie rpeark that the bu "utha
'em bad" that d~. )ut the snuille
were of the sickly. appreiheuo'i, order.
for the fact that be was in execrabio'
bunmor was perfectly' well known tI
each and all. having been liuprtevs
upoo them very forcibly at intervals
from the jplpute the great man had
made his appearance with his unvnry
jng punctuality as the elocr; struck
a. ra. Others scowled and kept t ias
reflections to themselves.
The voices of the ot er parties to
the copversation were not aaudi;ie ti
the. listeners. bgt that of the president.
with Its all penetrating roar. burst
forth again:
"I don't give a tin whistle what you
or your unions do. understand. ILet
'em strike, strike and be d---d. But
you tell 'eta this from ime-that any
man who's fool enough to throw up
bis job does so for good and all. He'll
nerer work again for the Latllo-Anrl
can SteamshJp company In this or any
other port. I'll take care of that. Ill
show 'em who and what I sin if ther
don't know."
The door opened. and two white
faced. Intimidated men enwrged. e'ip
In hand. They were rough looking
men. evidently laborer' Inured to the
hardest kind of work. They shuflled
quickly post the neatly dressed clerks
and did not .breathe freely tintil they
found themselves in the cross streamtn
of hurrying passersby on the street
There, as they mopped their brows
and looked around for a saloon, some-
thing of the arrogant Insolence with
which they had demanded aundlence of
the bead of the company and which
bad been speedily cowed out of them

by that formidable and choleric per-
sonage returned to them.
Meanwhile at the open door of the
room in which they had been through
the ordeal of their interview Captain
Amos Williams. president and general
manager of the line, glared after his
departing visitors and round the of
eice. There was dead silence, and ev-
ery employee. from the highest to the
office boys. Impudent and Irrepressible
there, as everywhere else. save when
Captain Williams was nigh. became
deeply engrossed In his work.
"Call up Mr. Smith and tell him I
want to see him at once." be growled
to no one in particular. Then he re-
entered his room and slammed the
In a few minutes, however. his bell
rang. and a boy responded to it with
an alacrity not customary in any other
office In all New York.
"Tell Mr. Brooks to come here." was
the order he received.
The boy hurried out and approached
one of the men behind the brass lat-
tice screens.
"Mr. Brooks. the captain -!.nts you."
be announced.
Mr. Brooks did not reply, but he got


Auter of -riil Forl d *-1he
Easuest Way"

coiiars ad cuffs also were Just a trifle
the worse for wear at least they were
immaculately clean.
"Cheer up!" admonbshed one of hbi
fellow clerks. noticing hie Ill humor.
Brooks' moods were never taken s@
riou iy. for with him fits of despond-
Seney iternateW with a contagious cor-
diallty and an optimism lt4t knew on
limit. Of late. however. his spells ol
lioomines bad become wearisomely
frequent. a4 usually they were ae.-
companied by a nervoUp 1;ltabiljty.
"Cheer up?" he answered. with spia*
heaL "- don't see any. reason tlot
cheering ap, dI4 J don't ftel like
rbeering up. Di; you .bear Poly t4f
brute received those delegates of the
Longshoremen's unlop becasme they
asked him to add a little to their star-
vatloo pay to help them keep skin and
bone together? Why shouldn't be raise
theup? 'Why shouldn't be raise all of
s? He's reekig wUA joney, doesn't
know what to do with It. yet whail
does be do but- grind as dowo--grfd
and gtinq and groind-grind us as a
gran of'wheat is ground to powder
between-the millstones-grind no wil'
hios pWJ, squeezing from ua the rerz.
sap of brain so# li t !(I t be may add
to his pile." '
.Tge clerks near him bad lt(eued t<.
this outbreak with omuised surprise.
"Well" said lhe man who bad ad.
Ores"l him before. "I bareo't noithl-e

"I hIpe the lomyahorenen do Utrukel
you sweating blood to any extent qna
der the grinding process."
"Jenkins, you're a-a camel." retort.
ed Brooks. "For a wisp of bay you'd
let yourself be loaded till the last
straw broke your back, and then you'd
IUck the hand that crusbed you."
"Sure." said Jenkins enthumasti'ally.
"Anybody can load me up that wanta

"And I'll back his liquid capacity to
equal that of any camel," eblmed to
another clerk, while every one within
earshot grinned.
"Oh. you can laergh, grumbled
Brooks. "but It doesn't alter the truth
of what I say. It's men like him that
bare made our society today what It
Is, a soulless, heartless, oppressive
civilization In which Croesuses walk
roughshod over the men who are
down and thrust them deeper into the
slough with one foot as they climb
higher and higher to the power that
the possession of lncoxn.ehable wealth
carries with It."
"'Twas ever thus." sighed Jenkins.
"But there is yet hope. Our Joseph
bath received a call to uplift the down-
"How did be get It? What is his
record?" went on Brooks. inrnorln th.

r --

.QR. TO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by thp Slaters of St. Joseph. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trainel along Physica l Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location, Magalipent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipgment in Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Rooms.

Arply for Prospeetus to the SISTRR SUPRIOR. "
St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida



nave lour mAwn Mower Sharpened by the

Latest Methods-

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We have Just reved one ot the
Lwn Mower GrindeBu, a machine
for the purpose of grind8g airn



John W. Harding

C IM beyG .,WA" il

'rhebr a ot of trt i t ....
------ The

Brooks aya." asated a ye bjla
ecerk It low tons. aooblg MsNmi ea
tiously as he didM s
,Well after all, I d't tht Hot
,e am eurb a fierce k keom ," ,: "....
major. If yo are etr s to ar
"You don't. ehb n"d Bs m t"e"Is, h N orthm-wis -
"You think $20 a week Is bg pay f -i-t qaile *eeggiif6
sn acouandtw. sad collert.r whW t e W
$nndWl balftheamppo atthpe fs!

"No; I mes that you am at lest
solui bith the bos ed surep of yeur
job. wleh is mo1. tie a ay body pAR
ere sand that you stand to bpcop ps
Sp o bc!r ppb gIn teco o1 -gp On
of tbeW duys. 1114sepa A. 4o
Cpor fmll. 0i0et be? yTqp w
aid your wife.
Thats Juat It. The swee takes *s-
vantage of his relations with my
wLfe's people to keep me dowa snd
rub It In. Other people get their msal.
ary raised. but I don't D yo ae
that a square deal?'
"it hardly sems M. but perhaps
theeM's reMson He may have soe *
object tlt will appear .rp r course.
and you'll go up sever al b 2110 1i4
one sweep. In the" pco -.
ted Jenkins. lowering his voe, I
kojidn't let .on like you barve tbs off *U 4 -14M.

any good and milgbtdo yo a deal of
harL. You don't know whb saight ei boo
,ar' t- e ..e The teWoas howsu j
"7verytbg tbh1 gas op It*
01 don't .are. tr' aUlwp prob" 110W.
kIly. "4 just as Hef tell hi to h '
pep wt IIof** of bian. ane to8. 4y
gPM. I will e ow or;P t ge 3ig q a

"All rit." laughed Jem "I bopW rite T. A
II be aroood at the tti s ao that I
can perfonu for you the last sad rite
of gaihernlog up your scattered wre -w X P
.nalps. Ab. bere's Jimmy miteh

(Continued Next Saturday.)

A French scientist has discovered
gnmw secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But long age
millions o Americans d proved TO r ANY RIMS
Electric Bitters prolongs life and TD*a-ON UNGMR 1.LCUNMCER
makes it worth living. It purple., en-
riches and vtqli!zes the blood, rebadi@
waste nerve cells, imparts life and
tone to the entire system. Its a W egod-. S
send to weak ick and deblitated WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OP FiCTIW AS
people. "Kidney trouble had blightedA
my life for months," writes W. WELL AS OTHER AUOOLE SUPP
Sherman. of Cashing Me, "bbut MElee-
tric Vitterp acgred me entirely." O AIRIN AND T VULCANIEM '

A lot of household furniture of all OCAIO WORKSA ,
kinds almost new and In fte shape for
sale cheap for cash. Call between
August SCth and sept. 10th. Inclusive,
at the Kaiser Hpusp, Nprth Magnolia

are made by all soothing syrnpp and
baby medicines that postaln opium ITEZ U II*T
an narcotics. MIGe's Baby Ux~r
contains no Injuloee or arpotic
drugs of any kinL A sure ad safe

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,"**Zl$ 74wtoul "


Bu.nio &HANom SMu


i ssi lt*: We Ibe4 lve to notlf yon that on Augmt 31 and. September
I w wS giTve an Opening Display ot


at the place of

. r' lt ft.r ~m pwrt Cutter and Fitter will be n hand to take measures for

.. we bear for turning out work 6f the highest order at
A, f rtIm prices Is so well and widely established that you should

J tm9700"

t bere on one of the above mentioned dates and


r, O o me the largest and most complete line ever shown and take no
We Oat that you will come In early and your looking through the line
l fbmee ye" under no obligation whatever to buy.

Your very truly,




W- W u*- Prrnk un rass, Tampa, Fa.
' "' WIll pM pou for a position as Bookkeeper, Assista t ant kkpw.
-.aiPbshr, Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many of Marion county's bright.
-t Vea M a and'women are graduates of this inst4tqtu asad are teldia
resp9silble positions. A special rate of I1M.M for a complete
rSe. taftln. books, and board Sad lodtlfa four months. Porty ($40)
S0" Owr taltta alone. Ener y tcl me. Catleogus and p m spect.nae ft

LI, 3low stler e4 Ir "4 TpA, OLf


We ea pripa to o IIl your ordw for -emen wMk, of whatever kind.
n wer 40s qo ment brick, building bleek, bnagn and ectageon
Seeks, and alln kd of paving material. We employ skilled workmen and
Oeur -oms Is 40 phae."
Temprawy qt one a. .-, :


CU RI3S MLA "" Mu*ALL L3 a

A mow for all disease scused by a TPU"
= -Oq-- bu epurch~asedto-day may "av9 IIV #j qvituas

FM 3Obs ,LA"K pmTLKvm. F~ q~GT Tj-C.aNNL

3054 Nsg Ssy!.aStee, ST. LUtJ1S, Mo.


g1ee Under Section 8 eof Chap.
4g4N, Laws of Florida.
S. U lp b hereby given that Peninsular
;,,1 l UNmes company purchaser of tax
siolmaw Nos. 117T. 1191 dated June
" -N4| 1147 dated July Sth. ISW,
h. ,IM. 1841. 1544 dated Aug. 3rM
S1K:, Ti. dat, d July 2nd, 1894. ;109.
De. bd. 1895. and 443. dated'
AW IP. and has fled said cer-
Im"a. Imy office and has made
inmleati for tax deed to Issue In ac.
- fste with law. Said certificates
kUse the following described prop-
WO e atuate In Marion county. Florida,
-Wit: uw% of nw% and ne% of sw%
oft w%& ad se% of sev of se% sec-
tIs2 M6. and nw% of ne% of nw% and
oe em ae% of nw% and e% of ne%!of
at g% oeeoe 1u.4 and w'o wI %
VA Of oW% except aw1 Ot fws
Of nw% and la of w% ot
Of y w o of n% ard 'a% of neJ4
e ape of se% section 6, aRl In town-
: aMSp It eth, range 2M east. That
aW 6eing paseeped at the date
*p te tmanv e of such certificates
f a In aie of F. M Wilhius. W. H.
Satwefl. I, Richmond, ,X J. White,
SW. L. 1t.p A. C. RusepUl an un-
-r VUles said certIcate shall
bIe m O-M-d according to law. tag deed
il I eM tiereft on the 0th day of
sp1"RBsr.' A. D. T1M.
OWIF est IM y offtial signature and
eOl this the 32th dar of August. A.
'. I & 1T. Sblatrunk,
C k C u C ar io C a.

sf IS t pe, sd wben It hab e san
G-hWMa nd Bleekod, itWiN be -
O das New, ,
W. F. MaMlow, PFpew or
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Explosion of Dynamite at Key West
Killed Teon Me
Key West. Amg. 31.-Tena men were
killed here yesterday afternoon when
one of the most terrific explosions ever
known here shook the very founda-
tions of the Island. Ten more were
badly Injured and several fatally.
The accident occurred at Bqoe Chica.
where Improvements are being made.
The first explosion was a fifty-pound
box of dynamite. This Was set off. It
Is supposed by a lighted cigarette
which was tossed carelessly Into the
box. This explosion set off charges In
one hundred or more holes, which had
been drilled for the evening blast.
Some of the bodies were lacerated
beyond recognition, and pieces ot0 fless
were pickeI fp in the water for sev-
eral hundred' yards around the float
where the explosipn occurred. It is
said tonight that most of the l'jured
will recover;

A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable dlaoqt q from wrt-
Inal east. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.

If you are run down Foley's Kidney
Remedy will help you. It strengthens
the kidneys so they will eliminate the
Impurities from te ipod (h4t e-
pros tie t ere. ad4 cause exbaus-
ntie, ackaeb, hebmatm, and ur-
a trregaritles. whlch aap the yi-
tality. Do not elay. Tao rle's
Kdney RPd at PUce. sld by all

We hav? the nicest lae Ot hair
brushes, eombs am other tojlet artl-
cles In tite c'y. l dinns & o.
England Has Taken the Prize frem
Amelen *d Frpnag
Rheimd, Aug. 1I.-Henry Parman of

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~ ~wiui~o

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. J. D. Pope of Plymouth. a wed
known naval stores man. is a guest of
the Montezuma,

FOR SALE-My house: the best
corner location in Ocala on the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
Messrs. F. P. Strange. R. M. Peairce.
g. G. Means. Jr.. and F. I.. KvFas of
lunnellon, are guests of the Monte-
Messrs. E. H. (Collins, W. M. Walker
and Mack Seloh of lilatka and irow
playing with thle t ilat baseball team.
are guests of the Montezumna.
Ladles' waists in lingerie. lawn anda
cambric, trimmed and manni-h effects.
worth up 'to $2. on sale MItontlay far
only 84 cents., t Frank:i,

Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Duval. who
have been spending the past three
months in Kentucky visitingR :"imtsn
relatives, returned hoo t:ast night.
having spent tree m"aths most de-

Sheriff John P. G(liioway went tn
Macclenny today for a pr!soner. L. t.
Ballard, colored., wlom Sheriff J. T).
Ptwers wired hin he had in Jnil there.
Ballard is want.4d e-e for breaking
and entering.

Ladies* waists in lingerie, !awn and
cambric, trimmed .and anannish effects.
worth up to $2. on sale Monday for
only 84 cents, at Frank's.

Mrs. J B, javj Va. who has been vis-
iting her father. Mr. 3. M Guynn at
Ocoee. near Orlando. returned houte


K. of P. meet Monday evening
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Eagles meet Wednesday night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Piling ei- :it th.- ..tala News Co.

"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.

Picture puzzle post cards at the
Ocala House.

5 eOr 6 does 4W will cure any emae
Of Chillh and Fever. Price e2.k
Mr. J. C. Devant of Erooksvill- is at
the Ocala House.
Call and see the new books it the
the Ocala 'ws Co.

Mr. A. C. Jones of Waycross is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Roee-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore..

Mr. Baxter Murriam of Inverness is
a guest of the Ocala House.

Mr. 0. Eady of Bushnell Is at the

Have *ou -een the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
There were 353 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.

FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
4ak, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Dr. B. P. Wilson of Reddick is at the

I or 6 doses *W' will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 25c.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75c.
each; 7.50 per dozen.

Mr. Dave Williams came In from hi-
Weekly trip to the mines at Inverness
this noon,

FOR RENT-A Ave-room cottage
near Synagogue, No. 108. Apply to A.
Y. Strunk.
Mr. Tom Sexton came up this after-
noon from Inverness to spend Sunday
with his family,

Dp not forget that you can finJ any-
thing you watt In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.

Mr. R. Martin came up from Is-
tachatta this afternoon to remain over
Sunday in the city with his family.
R. 0. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

Marcus Prank Is riding a bleycleI
with handle bars like the horns of a
Texas steer.

Are you troubled w!iti dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic.,
at the Couct Rharmacy.

Mr. J. 0. Hall of Macon. C.,.. sp in
the city visiting friends He Is regis-
tered at the Ocala House.

Pbone the Court Pharmacy. W,"
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.

Mr. J. A. Murr'l of MleIntosh. the
commission man. is at the Ocala
FOR RENT-House on Fort King,
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. iLee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
Mr. G. R. Ellis. the G(inesville ter-
tilizer man, is a guest of the Monte-

eel: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gap. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BIAIR VILLA--To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. 325 per month.
David I. Woodrow,
WehIer Block. Ocala. Fla.
I will have a ear of choice Kentucky
bred Norses at my place at EvinctqM.
nla.. for sale atter Aug. Athk. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexington. Ity., selecting this tocki
fr~ai ite farms. This stock hat been
carefully selected and boutit for spot
cash direct from tke stock raiser. I
am in position to save money to puTT-
cla.srs of goof horses. A44e I&
H. Willis. Jr., Evinston%. la.
Mr M.I Robinson. the father of the
'Sunny Jim" train, will shortly bulid
four neat cottages on ouine property
he owns on F epottton street. This
is nt the only piece of property that
Mr. Robinson owns in Ocala. either,


KIIlS Mosquitoes, Bedbugs
Roache Moths. Wa-
terbogs, Ants, Flea.
Destroy erms a n d
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects.
CLEANS Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Curtains, Etc,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre.
ventitive of all con.
tagious diseases to
man and beast.



Work on the new opera house and'
Maaonic hall will commence Monday
morning. Mr. MacKay. Mr. Peltha-n
and Mr. Young were looking the lot
over today to decide on the placing of
material. disposition of the earth to be
removed in grading, location of build-
ing. etc.


Sunday school-9 a. m.
Preaching-11 a. m.
Senior Epworth League-4 p. m.
Leader. Miss Pattie Smith.
Preaching--7:30 p. .
The members of the Sunday school
are asked to remember that tomorrow.
Is orphanage day. Be sure tp bring
your mite boxes.
W. H. Coleman. Minister.
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
3:30 p. m.-Junior C. E.
11 a. In.-Sermonette. Character
study of Solomon.
7:30 p. m.-F'vangellstle sermoa.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C; E. Prami
Subjpet. "Kindness to Animals."
Nellie P eckham. leader.
LI.son text I Cor. 9.9.
Lordl's prayer In concert.
Bible lesson explained by leader.
('bhalk talk by Lawrence Freyermuth.
Iesxon" tory. "The Nobler Way"-
'arl Coleman,
generall discussion of lesson.
Mission study led by Lois Dame.
Review. "Our String of Pearls."
Roll call. Response with vyede of
M ipah.
The ,.ec.ription negiomunent Is th
miatn stay of any drugs.ore. Aoatracy
r-liatbliity. i romptness anAd siare drugs
hav,- made. this Jk-partment of oaur
blrsin et'untry. S'-nd us your urescrlptlias.
Tydings .-': o.

Mecrs. Baum and Robertson. who
have owned the Oxford Crate company
at Crystal River for so many years.
have dissolved partnership. Ot ae,
count of poor health Mr. Robertson de-
sired to quit all business for a season.
go off and get well, and Mr. Frederlck
Van Roy. Mr. 1aum's, has
bought Mr. Robertson's Interest In the
butilness and the firm hereafter will be
Baum & Van Roy,

Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Alao saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Slmns~ps at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.

New crop of garden and Sower
seeds just received. Wm. AIdersom,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.

A splendidly located residence 9o
he.t street of city, medium sizud house.
for sale at low price and on very eisy
terms. Apply tp F. W. Ditto, city,

Six Games Next Week
Next week will probably see the
close of the baseball season in this
section of. the state, several teams
having already disbanded, but it will
be marked In Ocala by six of the beqt
games of the season. Sanford will be
here Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
and Gainesville will play Thursdavy.
Friday and Saturday. The Ocala team
has been strengthened within the pa-t
ten days and their enthusiastic sup-
porters are expecting them to win at
least four of the six games scheduled.
Sanford has a strong team and the Oak
Halls will undoubtedly put the strone- I
eat aggregation they can secure in the


May be One of the House Breakers
that Have Been Puzzling the
Ocala Police
It Is thought one of the housebreak-
ers Is now safely in jail. at least he is
a bad character and has received noth-
ing amiss. Toe man said he was look-
ing for work, but his looks were
against.him and no one would give him
any thing to do until he appeared be-
fore his honor the mayor when Mr.
Robertson gave him all the work the
law allowed in such cares.
This negro Is a short, plump, round-
faced. bullet-headed cuss. who no one
ever knew to work and whose old
father, who appeared in the mayor'r-
court, said he had neither worked nor
paid anything for his lodging and what
he ate around home In years. The old
man satd he laid up In the day time
and prowled around most of the night.
The man visited several houses In
town yesterday morning, among them
Mrs, Q. I. Roberts. where his conduct
was about the same as at the other
plaets. He appeared at the front door
and said he was looking for work. Mrs.
Roberts told him she had nothing for
him to do. He said he wanted to cook
and was told that they did not want a
cook. He then aske4 her for a drink
of water and she told him ahe would
bring hni a drink and started to the
kitchen for it. When she got to th-e
haok of the house Mrs. Roberts was
startled to mee the negro right behind

Mr. Roberts. who was down town.
was sent for and immediately started
out to find the negro. which he had no
trouble In doing, as the negro Is rather
an unusual specimen. Mr. Roberts
summoned Marshal Dinklna and the
man was soon overtaken and arrested.
In court this morning the mayor
questioned the man closely and his old
father as well. giving the prisbner the
limit of the law on severall charges.
making an apggsgata fine of nearly
$200. H will be kept In jail for sev-
eral days. however, and aven no op-
portunity to escape, as the prisoners
sometimes do when working the street.
It is hoped that the arrest will lead to
other developments aid the possible
apprehension of 4otwrs.

Ladtes' waists in lingerie, lawn and
cambric, trimmed and mannish effects.
worth up to $2, on sale Monday for
only 84 0t.s, at Frank's.

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.

A Chance

HeInks has many charming personalU-
ties and as manager of the Daytona
Beach Hotel has made many friends.
and the dance for her daughter, who
was graduated from Stetson Unlver-
sity last year and who has Just com-
pleted a series of vialts, was enjoyed by
twenty couples and many friends who
were invited to look onz Numbered
among the dancers were Misses E gen-
ia Fuller. Margaret Anderson, Annie
Atkinson. Mamie Wilcox. Christine
Richards. Isabel Patten. the last three
from Gainesville. Mildred Randall. Mrs.
Lockheart. of Orlando. Misses Lyone
and Fuller, of Eustis. Fay Stuart, Dr.
Neville Clark. Mr. Edward Green, Mr."
Pete Rogers. Mr. W. A. Stringfellow.
Mr. Gaith Young. Mr. Hammond. of
Orlando. Mr. R. A. Rains. Mr. R. 8.
Selden, Mr. Harry Erickson and others.

The backbone of the hot weather
was broken last Saturday when a
storm broke fn the ocean, causing very
high tides and strong sea breezes. The
previous week.- by' actual register, was
the hottest Daytona has had for nine-
teen years. All this week has been ex-
tremely delightful, no mosquitoes and
,nights too cool to sleep without cover-
* *
Mrs. W. H. Hocker and her trio of
pretty little daughters have arrived at
Daytona Beach. where they have taken
rooms at the Daytona Beaceh Hotel for
September. At present they are stop-
ping at the Seaside Inn. Mr. Hocker
will join his family next week.
Mrs. J. B. Cutler hlis returned to her
home at Crystal River.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Green and sons.
Edward and Otis. will return home next
Tuesday. after a two months stay at
the Daytona Beach Hotel. Mr. Edward
Green will enter the state univer aty
for the winter.
Wednesday after the Hf4nks danee.
the following enjoyed a most tempting
Welch rarebit with Miss Atklnson:
Miss Eugenia Fuller, Mrs. Prank Crag-
hill. Gainesville. Mrs. Sistrunk, Dr.
Neville Clark. Mr. W. A. Stringfe~low.
Mr. Peter Rogers and Mr. Harry
EricksoQ. The wee small hours had
passed before this Merry party'turned
homeward. /

Mrs. Martin and Misses Efgenia and
Annie Benton Puller leave Wednesday
for home after a pleasant two months
stay at Seabreeze. Miss Puller has
been one of the* beach's favorite belles
during the season. ,

Mr. J. M. Sellers has Joined his wife
and children for a visiata Dytona
Beach. -
* *
Many Ocalans will be deeply later-
ested to learn of the marriage of Edl-
tor Charles Henry Walton. of the ast
Coast Advocate. to Miss Wilhelmlna
Eleanor Mack. The happy event took
place at 4 o'clock last Wednesday ev-
ening at the home of the bride's
mother. Dr. Helen G. Flagler Mack,
Reading. Mass. Mr. Walton has just
completed a magnificent home at
Titusville. to which he and his bride
win come on November st.
Mrs. F. H. Craghill and three Inter-
esting little children leave Wednesday
for their home In Gainesville. after a
summer spent in the Wigwam. Rev.
Craghill with his family will leave
Gainesville October 1st for Withenller.
Va. where he will take charge of the
Episcopal church.
Mrs. Maynard Bond. Miss Minerva
and Master Frank Bond left Tuesday


ela. and no dout dM s N
that@ were left W fU
o09 of thea mswt hare bem <
ca *`'


Mr. Chas. T. WiAd I '-
of Oklawaha rIvr who ft A
handing a beat t -aswp W a
IRngla. is a gueat ee

Mr. A. M. Iat nei f eaM
Citrus county thie a o
remain over BSaday. r..1 W l-*
doin well i his plane,
Mrs..Barm*y spor o) M
turned this aftermaom fe it
Wqir. where they haw bmee m B '

Mrs. J. T. aeast
Mifss Dorothy. retarmed th ae .
from Stantda., whore tey
spending a aoth. -

Mrs. Otis Meew ratweod It L
sonvllle las at a" Ptr' a v
arentst Mr. and Mrs'k' Te? *Vs
Mrs. Albert -1 wh. lw bas T bt*
so Ill for the bst tVm.We "-tW IB W- ,.
Improving. per des I o, *,31 7
Palatka. hasees with W i"

Idles' waists la hlf ft a .
cambric, trm~i aid a l~i '
worth up to-. ot a-le
only 94 cents, at thaomis.

I have aate agr g
wood typewriter, .wi, 4:
used over aiaety as 4
tear $" cso era

Mrs. Mae taSoe m of n0 '0
to Lakeland ths aI ag
Many her mlist to Oasis,
return Onte do e .
train. Mrs ma
Ocala in tutare.

ANT LADT Y .i as y .i'
1S to #25 per week wsuekhirf lr ;
qulety in hert own e l l T
is abpaflde oreohew
you to Investigate. e "T M "K..
required. Turn yew
money. Write me at ee -ar
lar Address Dait M,. **
Mox N, Woman's AeN" :s-g-t,
Mr. T. A. i Goodo, Of. e .
Wanting the Mxtuat Ltft 15 0. :
of Rome, Ga., is at the M t gUSi -
tel, calling on the-a-- p Mt;e M
tim and the
RoAert Slnshr Mr.
delivery to Mra. PT. aBet a ehnw -
for S5*0.- which ia ser4e p4hey Mh-
Mr. Roberta carried la te e ..

Mrs. C, ha-e- ag emi igan;-
Sage came up, h PS-i t
afternoon. They u anw 41C.
tire sumer of te -.'
Mr. Howard Waltewps
Weir thi afternoon to pa3
wih frieiam .



A.'"Ma I A

The Brick City Bey Brooek Even With
GaiaesviV Oak Hae.
S The second game in GeJanesville yes-
terday went to the Oak Halls, but it
was not a shut-out by any means, and
the Ocala fans who saw the first game
are very well satisfied. The Gaines- **
ville Bun of today contains the follow.
"The Oak Halls round themselves* "-
again Friday in the ball game. but only
for.a few innings, and It was through .
the especially hard work of 'Pope Wat. My ius of dea &6 p*W 1N&
son and a few of the players that we
came out victorious.- lembraciga bh
-The whole thing was characterised
by errors. It being a hard matter to tnm ed, a a
tell who *as trying to get In th 'air
column the most. and while the game bo k F l V
proved Interesting and full of excite-
ment, it was not what could be called IO isI I ..
good ball. =x
"The Ocala team was composed of Formal .
Palatka. Orlando and Oeala. two each
from the former towns. Pounds of of the new fall goods wall be
Orlando made a beautiful catch that
'robbed' Gainesville of a hit in the first short time.
inning. .
"It was clearly evident that Gaines- .
ville had landed onto Brown in good
fashion, for they had the game won MIS W A 7
before he warmed up and had passed
five men across the rubber when he
was taken from the mound and Red' Next to M ore i ik
Donaldson substituted In his place, but
they also found him for nice hits in the -
seventh and eight. -. --
S-In the first half of the sixth, by the
action of Yoe, Gainesville went in the ____________I
air and before they landed on the -
ground the Ocala boys managed to tie BREEZY ITEMS FROM' Co. w IEu l i i
up the score. There were a number .)f BREEZY ITEMS FROM C .
long faces, but by the hard work of THE OCEAN-BEACH ot 8hen IU"a*
Watson. with some assistance, he man- -- the Mal
aged to pull out of the hole. Seabreese, Aug. 27.-Beautiful In ev. abiry appesmd at
"The Ocala players, including their ery way was the dance given Wednes- thV ac r o t *
rooters, returned home last night, just day evening at Keating's casino by l54" beca- i at "
boiling over with baseball enthusiasm. Mrs. Heinks. In honor of her daugh- never at aiy t"g l
and they say they propose to make if ter, Miss Lella Bowers. The caseI tonse; that he to
two straights when Gainesville visits deC4orated in greens and sunflowers, walk at all or soeed
O(ala next weel. with the refreshing sea breezes blow- eating while he Wo d
"Manager Davis has asked for a spe- ing through, was an Ideal spot for the tat be did O18 A 1"i
cial train with a low rate for Thurs- merry participants. From the tables, the house wh i
day's game and hopes to take down a beautified so as to carry out the color grade oft a elk m
large crowd of people:" motif, limeade and punch were served believes that thi a
The score was: Gainesville. 9; Ocala, with fancy cakes by Miss Freddie Fby founi the bettk heeei I
5. When you ask one of the Brick City and others. The artistically hand- rig y balaasce wo w 4
players how it happened, he'll close one painted programs called for- eighteen everything eoalaogdi th
eye a trifle and say, "Walt till next dances, which were played for by a c hto 1eel
week." Brown and Waller were re- skilled -colored musician. The gay ev- "etoP to look LWt
leased from the' tea- by Manager Ed ening began with a grand march led t wh mee s s
Itennett and their places will be filled by Mr. Edward Green and his partner, houe. That he ha89, 10
by two good men for the games next Miss Margaret Anderson and Mr. Hen. that the l 'd-- pit- ia I
week. ry Pollitze and Miss Bowers. -MM. t the lid dw4 lirW

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We have a stam s asheT at work In Ocala. and are prepared to do all
bWlade af Cmat Wek. Build FtoadatlOns, make Cement Blocks. Cement
ric. Bi dsidewalks. ArtMUlCe Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make
WBeeks1w f -a l. s ftr house work, which look better than brick, and
S are dasow. Warebuois mad Crusher on A. C. U. Railroad Track, North of




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could throw him out of the house
without any trouble."

We have received the following mes- -
sage from the leader of the Anti-Sa- IAN BARGAINS
loon League. and would like for It to An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
be carefully read by the many readers fan that Is positively guaranteed, to
of this paper: burn only three cents worth of elec-
To the Florida Christian Endeavor tricity in ten hours steady running.
Union-Greeting: Sie them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
At the request of your secretary and electrical supply man,
responding to the Imp-lJes of my own
heart. I am exceedingly glad to issue
this word of greeting to the hosts of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
young people of the Christian Endea- Tax Deed Under Seetion 8 of Chap.
vor Union In Florida. My plea for ter 4N, Laws of Florida.
your activities can be very briefly Notice is hereby given that C. W. Wil-
made. lard. purchaser of tax certificate No.
It can be all summed up In one sen- 1147. dated the 5th day of June, A. D.
tence. "Upt and Doing" is th, rally 190i,. has filed said certificate in my of-
cry for Florida right now. In this con- fce. and has made application for tax
section I wart to call your attention deed to Issue in accordance with law.
to two editorials recently printed by Said certificate embraces the follow-
two of our excellent Florida papers. ing described property situated in Ma-
The rirst is from. the Orlando Reporter- rion county. Florida. to-wit: corn 60f
Star and is as follows: ft w of nw cor of ne% of se% see 29c
tp 17 south r 24 east thence s 1C3 ft
"Wait" e 59 ft n 363 ft w 59 ft The said land
"It strikes us that some of the Flor. j being assessed at the date of the Is-
Ida papers that urged the people to suance of such certificate in the name
'wait' ere they adopted measures look- of Robert Robinson. Unless said cer-
ing to state-wide prohibition and tificate shall be redeemed according to
again urged them to 'wait' and not law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the
force the discussion of the 'disturbing l 20th day of September, A. D. In.
question' are not 'waiting' very much I Witness my official signature and
themselves. They do not hesitate to eaoi this *ha icth a.- nPf Awns* A .D

(New York World.)
"If more of the women in New,
York city knew how to pitch hay and
milk cows there would be less need
of divorce courts."
After this cryptic statement Miss
Mabelle Meeker, acrobatic dancer in
"The Midnight Sons." -was silent
while she deftly bound the soft folds
of her hair with a blue band. Her
task completed, she wheeled in her
chair in front of her dressing room
mirror and faced me.
"Most of the women in New York
city, or any other city, are so ill-
tempered that a man with the dispo-
sition of a saint could not live with
them." she announced. "No wonder
the divorce courts are so full that
some of the cases are tried in five
minutes to hurry and make r9om for
"But you are making the women
entirely responsible." I protested.
"Well, they are.," agreed Miss
Meeker, "bu It it s because they are
ignorant. Just stop and think that
50 per cent. of the women in this
city today are dressed in clothes that
make them physically uncomfortable.
They have eaten things that give
them a headache or make them ac-
tually ill. Their muscles are so soft
from lack of proper exercise that the
slightest exertion fatigues, them. No
wonder they are ill-tempered.
Can You Blame Her?
"A baby cries when a pin Is stick-
aing in it. Can you blame a woman
.for losing her temper when both her
shoes and her corsets are pinching
"But we would be so conspicuous
in 'Mother Hubbards' and bare feet,"
I suggested. 4
"You do not have to go to the oth-
er extreme to be comfortable," the
dancer explained. "Look at me; do
I look ungstnly? Yet there is not
an article of dress upon me that
hampers the proper use of my mus-
"But what we women of this city
need is to get back to nature," Miss
Meeker went on. "We need to be
more like the country girls, with
their' healthy, strong bodies and
their sunny dispositions. And it is
just because they are so healthy
physically that they are healthy
mentally as well. Who ever heard
of a farmer getting a divorce from
his wife? Nobody. I guess, the di-
vorce court is a city institution, not
a national one.
"I am a country girl-born and
brought up in the country. I could
not stand this life in the city if I did
pot go back to the farm between sea-
sons. A year ago when I was ill, as
soon as I was able to be moved I
made mighty quick time for home,
and the 'old oaken bucket' out in
Miss Meeker paused.
"Do you know what I would like
to do?" she said suddenly. "I would
like to get one of these New York
women who is a nervous wreck, one
that is so Irritable that nobody can
live with her, and takp her back on
the Kansas farm with me for four
months. I could return her to her
family at the end of that time a
healthy, good natured woman.
What She Would M)o
"I would have her:
"Get up at 6 o'clock in the morn-
Ing and put on loose, comfortable
garments. *
"She would eat her breakfast at 7.
and she would drink fresh milk in-
stead of tea or coffee.
"During the morning she would
help pitch hay; this develops the
muscles of the chest and promotes
proper breathing.
"If there was no hay to pitch she
might plow or weed the garden.
"After her dinner in middle of the
day she should rest flat on her back
for an hour.
"During the afternoon she would
take a ride. returning to a tepid
plunge and dressing for a light sup-
"To get a sufficient amount of
sleep she should be in bed by 9
o'clock every night.
"I would like to guarantee that
any woman who would follow those
instructions would not have to fear
'affinitles' or the waning of her hus-
band's Interest.
"And if he did not appreciate her
efforts she would have trained her-
self into such condition that she


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slightest resemblance of being dis-
couraging in the fact that a compar-
atively strong number of those who
will eventually be among the leaders
in the fight for state-wide prohibition
are clinging tenaciously to the opinion
that it is yet too early in the fight for
us to do anything at all as yet. Let
the lines in the above editorial get hold
on your mind and conscience and take
such firm hold that yon may realize
that the liquor people are not waiting
for next year to come before they begin
their fight. The Anti-Saloon League
is ready to do its part now. It Is. in
fact. doing everything that can now be
done but the action of the legislature
in session this spring placed the en-
tire responsibility for the outcome
next year upon the voters of the state
of Florida. They alone must decide
the Issue involved and that responsi-
bility is so weighty that would seem
to demand the most earnest activity
every moment from now on until the
election next year.
And so I make my plea to the young
people of the Florida Christian En-
deavor Union. a company of the Lord's
own. a company of those who have
been saved for service and not for lux-
ury in the kingdom. Members of the
Florida Christian Union, wilt you not
get busy at once? If any of you hear
in this greeting of mine a call for spe-
clal service, write me at Box 755.
Jacksonville, Florida, or call at our of-
fice in the Bisbee building, and I will
be glad to give you work to do that
will count for the advancement of the
kingdom. Let us make this a hard
pull. a long pull and a pull altogether.
and may God grant us victory.
Rev. C. I. Collins.
Supt. Florida Anti-Saloon League.
C'aoled by state C. E. secretary. 1909.


Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
?!ause fur this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum-
mers. Box W, South Bend. Ind.. wIPl
send free to any mother her success-
ful home treatment, with full Instrue-
tions. Send no money, but write her
today If your children trouble you in
this way. Don't blame the child, the
charges are it can't help It. This
treatment also cures adults and aged
people tro"*led with urine difficulties
by day or night. ti

Tax Deed Under Seeen of Chap-
tee 411, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that L L.
Home. purchaser of tax certifioate No.
671. dated the 3rd day of June, A. D.
1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue in accordance with
law. Bald certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
nw% of ne% and ne% of nw% see
12 tp 1I south range 20 east. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of unknown. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will Issue thereon oa
the 14th day of September. A. D. I19M.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August, A.
D. 1909. &. T. Ssltrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. aoI.

Tax Ded Under Seti n 8 of Chap-
tar 481, Law of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Ellwood
Johnson. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1225, dated the brd day of June, A.
D.. 1907. has Sled said certificate nla my
office, and has made applicatio for
tax deed to issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. FlorIda, to-wit: laot
1. 2 S 4, 5. 6. 20. 25. .T, 28, 2s, 2,
blk 37, Leroy, sec 5 tp 16 Cr 2 e. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the Jsaance of such certlflcate in
the name of Ed Pasco. Unless aild
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 14th day of Deptepmber. A. D.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August. A. D.
1909. S. T. Sistrank.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla.
Of Final Setlement and Diemarge
Notice is hereby given that on the
19th day of January. A. D. 191," the
undersigned as admlntstratrx de beals
non of the estate of Mary Coen.

Tax Deed Under osetio 8 of Chap-
ter 4W, Laws af Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that S. Leh-
man. purchaser of tax certflcate No.
95K dated the 3rd day of June. A. D.
19T. has filed sad certificate In my
office. and hba' made application for
tax deed to lsue In accordance with
law. Bald certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county. Florida, to-wit: 7?.A
chs s &In ne cor of nOr% of anw Asee
2 tp 17 s r 23 e. The said land being
m*esed at the date of the Isuance of
such certificate in the name of J. .'
Ke Unless said certificate shall be
redmed according to law, tax deed
will Imne thereon on the 6th day of
September. A .D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 4th day of August, A. D.
1909. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

Tax Deed Under autlen a of Chap-
tor' 411, Las Loe Fu oida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H.
Dombrook, purchaser of tax certificate
No. S19. dated the Wrd day of Jane. A.
D. 107. has fled said certificate in
my offee and has made application for
tax deo to Ine Ia accordance with
law. Said certicate embaees the
following described property situated
in Marion coaty, Florida, to-wit: lot
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 bipck G Montague sec
26 tp 15 spoth r 22 east. The said
land being asseamed at the date of the
Issuance of sah certIficate In the
name of J. C. Dq1Bo4. Unless aid
eertitficate hball ha redeem cewd-
Ing to law. tax Seed wil lime thereoa
on the 14th day of Septepbe%, A. D.
Witness my official stinaLtr and
seal this the 11th day of Angat, A.
D. 199. I& T. IMatrauk.
Clerk Circuit Cout Marlon Co. Mla.
Tax Dead Under Seds em eof Chap.
ter 4m, Law of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that I. L. Scott.
porehaser of tax certficate No. 34,
dated the ith day of June, A. D6, IS,
has iled said certificate In my office.



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Bought and Sold.. Fresh ani4 Oit Water
plots Place of Its Kind in the CmeMtry. I
Up-To-Date. First CaOn Restauramt in Cm
Meals and Reasonable *Bard t

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Grn

and Sold.

Telephone No. 111

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Weekly Cutmars

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