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 30, 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: VID03258
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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what ~I oorney of twesty %noe-
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a bhay-a
a mq ob" notoatsd4d~ m the
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om ameowelie so* gwereI"moe ay
vwith-in th time,~

fI miimd toJ A. Ie, a d war
voitsm, ef Keg, TeT., that a plot
alsted between a desperate lung trou-
ble sad te grave to ease his death
"1 cteacted a stubborn cold," he
wrote. "that developed a cough that
Otus to M f t Nt of an r medi
for ymars. My weight ran dew to IN
pouIe. Then I began to use Dr.
Kiss Nw Dcovry, which rested
ty health opletoly. I o wet
in pounds" Tr sewve ders s. '
a-t I homo-g6eN asthma,
0a4 to preisa t MmesIse W9 WA-
rivaled. o5 a"d $L Trial battle
4m. Guaranted by all dagist

'WAeth er ee'ils ugDainMug to Ph. d
Out It Is ai s tr thn the

Ptsbmurg. Au. .-4FblwIlg three
bours oaf brisatbig tesMim ay expolng
anlge4 oetmisos at the Pro m
ckt e mpon plant at e
where MW e arem aotrtBs, the led-
oral utelWtodal d soe Intoe pto me
em -agb that epowatle were
em eantole, as Wr as pqee b shiegs
were .eneerd late yesterday.
Man after man, fully a aee of them,
toew the stad ndmd hunatded t tacetens
at the ear cmpane y offers, the al-
lestles ralmma scpe wFim at-
tempted brbeIIy e rming a "peak
easy where whisky is said tc have
Seen sold foriS cents a plnt.
A bloody shirt Amwn by one witeass
bore mute evideace ef the methods
said to have been adopted by the
]ae after ma testified that it was
mposlmale AsoiM to leave the Press-
ed Steel Car eSompany's plant, the sen-
sational charges reaching a climax
when Frank Clney. a bricklayer of
Chicago, sa w that ainmuel Cobea, chief
sthebrsaker, had offered him $1W to
withdraw a rebellise petitles cirtcu-
lated among the dismatbed workmen.

,Lts ofam and women who are
agreeable wiMt others. got treanky"
at boas. Irts not Isp tom it's the
lver. It yu and m yourself *at eyou
Seel eos are u the house, little
thM s worry yeo, Just buy a battle of
ard'sf Herb sand put your yer
lm shape. Tou asi everybody ara
you wilt feel better far It. Priest
eea per bottle. 8old t a druggists.

Prineiplee of hCult -*
Tampa. fL., AW. 2.-2The marriages
of Dr. C. A. Graves, Iormer mayr of
Ester to Vitoreta Gratis. "pre-emi-
neat" of the Kesham C eolty them,
occurred here last night.
Several yeas ago the coloear at
Estero was founded by Dr. Cyrs W.
Teed, of Chicago Mrs. Graves, who
was then a Ma. Ordway. Ift her hu-
ha and JOine the Mon ay. Sos after
Teed de4 an after waiting vain
for his body to arise from the grave
according to the belief of t he Koresha
eult. Dr. Oraves. them a member atof the
colony, ad Mrs. Ordway left and
came to.Tampa. It sl probable that
they will son file a petition asking
that a receiver be appointed to wind up
theS aS s of the colonyr.

A. Numbammu Batesvile. InAM
writes: "LAt year I sudered for
three mmotha with a summer co so
ltreosin that It Int0uared with my
mim. I had may wofat the symp-
te-. oof hay aver, and 4 doctor's pe1
p I0Na dmi nt mash my esme. anm I
tooL several modikmes which seemed
anly to agvate It.U Frtnaatly I
histd upo having Puly's NoBMW
BosMy aN Tar. It quelkly cured me.
My wife has sle used lwety's Hoey
mnd Tar with the same successes" S
rby ni dealer
Asheville, N. C., Au. 3.-W lagM
A Breese and JosIeph Dilmgraiso
have bees fI d gty of the charge
of eeasplrm to detraud the PFlrt Na.
tiUoal Bmsk of ashoi. the Jury.
which beard ad eae sIce July M.

.e Southern Engaieer.)
in your coffee an'

Th. es upon your back.
The f you have for breakfast.
The they "puff" and crack.
The ~ 'wd on which you sleep.
Your a *nlture." -wer se.
It's made ba Dixie for you
From Texas to N. C.

They bu your house of Georgia pine,
Its r d with Georgia slate,
Too bout the nails In Birmingham
If you. ere up to date.
The rug ou laid upon the floors,
The c 'us, towels, sheets,
Wer M 7 made in Southern mills,
V W .,.acts can't be beat.
Your horse thatlteps In "two 0 three;"
The "brand" you love the best-
The first comes from Tennessee,
Beutucky does the rest.
And when you've dined on Southern
And roasts of Texas beeft,
The smoke you smoke of your "chew-
ing" plug
Is See Virtgna kaft.
Tour food Is cooked In cotton oil--
It has "hog grease" "skinned a
The folks that use It regularly
Wear no dyspeptic saille.
We're lighting half tle continent"
With Texas kerosene:
They're burning It neathh boilers from
Phoenix to New Orleans.
We're selling shirts to Chinamen
And oU to "parles vous."
But when It comes to cotton bales,
WelL Europe takes a few-
Four hundred million dollars
Was. last year, the export sum
And adding what we used ourselves.
You'll nd we're "going some."
DI e's doing all of this-
She's very much "on top,"
Brerybody's hustling
And hasn't time to stop.
But when you're dead and done for,
Just to show our sentiment.
We'K pile Georgia marble on you
And there's your monument.
W. RX C. Smith.

Born. to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bardin,
illson avenue, a daughter. Mother
and child doing nicely.-Tampa Times,

Mr. Bardin was an employee of the

Star a few years
steady and reliable

ago, and was a

Mim oronther one pcame Jdi-
SVm u Pd(any daver) and4 two bew
im tslaeAfisofuls of corw search. Di
solie mIa I tUe cold milk. Stir this mi-
rtfetnto ow quart of hIi'g anft md
cok until s ufkutly thbk. mlly from
OW oto two Iw nate. Sarw with milk.
cream or say ood plddiw mace. LUse
4 kba rl leforstar coM M0!y topreet
c. Mrckbs. May be garmisbe4i wushai-
Serres or ay mall S Stir a pakoagc Jel.-O Ioe Cram
Powder into a quart of miD a
as e two quiatsof ame c neraat
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COmablim Bank Building, Ocala,
flateo -Oic, 222; Resldeuce
OSes Homur-9 to 12X a.; 2 to 4
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General Practie Calbi Made Promptly
Nig;.t r Day
pelaM Attention to Obstetris, DI-
sm of Wemwen and Chidreoa
Ofice: Roems 3-2i Holder Building.
Second Floor: Phones, Offee No. 333.
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Hundreds Swept to Da li by saSdden
and Tamandsus Flood iF ome
seMafCalterit Rivalr
Mouterey. Aug. 29.-Klght hundred
persons drowned, 15.W hM msless aad
property dame to the extent ot $12-
*,w *is the result of the Sood which
struck this city yesterday. The sceae
in the Aoodswept seetion of Monterey
is one of utter deselatloe. PTer city
blocks on the south aside have teomplete.
ly disappeared.
SFor seventy-two hours rant had fal-
len nla unprecedeted volume through-
out this section, and the Seata Cata-
rina river raoe uradslMy al day lFri-
day. the crest of the flood reaching
Moeterey Saturday. At first it was
thought there would he n lot of life.
hut the water reseed a height never
before attained, sad wept houses from
their foutdatlons by sesres The elee-
trIe light plant was seoB put out of
cormmusion and the complete dark-
ness of the city was an added hower.
Cries of the drowanig could be heard
but the onlookers were powerless to
render aid.
When daylight came the mcene was
Indescribable. All throu the flooded
district group could be seen huddled
on the tops of two-etory buildlags en-
tirely surrounded by a mass of water.
One by one houses disappeared with
their huapan freight. Nothing could
live In the wild current of the Santa
Catarina river, which wan rambnag at
the rate of twenty miles a hour.
Monterey is a city of approximately
70. inhabitants, and it sla located l1
miles south of Lareda It Is sem in I
valley between huge mountala, and is
traversed by the Santa Catarina river.
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer rom kIdney, blaJ-
der of rheumatic troubea. P bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by drggsts
or by mall Send 'or toetim lals .Dr.
I. W. Hall, 29 Olive Street, .
Louis. Mno.

Washlngton, Aug. 29.-The latest
political story of laterest to reach
Washington, and which us caused
much .comment among District of Coa-
lumbla democrats comes from Texas.
It Is In effect that the prn lWtlopIstW
now apklar such strides In the south-
ern states, may nominate William J.
Bryan for president In 191.
The prohibition party, ft is said.
will hold Its next national convention
first. thus giving an advantage In the
matter of fusion with the democrats.
Mr. Bryan quite recently allowed It
to be understood by his friends that
he is friendly to prohibition, and In-
dicated his belief that the question
would be a leading issue in the next
presidential eampal n.
*Thor only hope," said three doctors
to Mrs. M. K. Fisher. Detroit Mebk.,
suffering tr severe rectal trouble,
lies In an operation, "then I used Dr.
KInW's New Ie PiOs,"- swe writes,
"till wholly cured." They pwreet ap-
pendicitis, cure constpatiow, heads-
che. 2Sc at an drugsists.
Washington. Aug. &1.-It wil cost 10
cents Instead of 3 cents to register a
letter as soon as Postmaster General'
Hitchcock puts the present plan of
the department Into an official order.
The postmaster general ta aut
by law to charge a registry fee as1
high as 2 cents, It It becomes noces-
sary, in order to prevent a deficit Ia
the system. It is understood, how-
erer, that the fee will not be Increased
more than 2 cents. In 1374 It was re-
duced from 15 cents to 8 cents, but It
was increased to 10 cents the tfllow-
ing year.- The fee was again reduced
to 8 cents in 13K. This reduetloa,
however, did not Increase the amount
of registered business, and the rev-
enues of the registry system tell be-
hind, the government losing several
million dollars a year through its opel-
All persons are r i....adnded to
take Foley's Kidney Re'medy for
backaches rheumatism, and kidner
and bladder trouble. It will quickly
coret urinary Irregularities, which, If
neglected, may develop late seirloua
illness. It will restore health aad

strength. Do not eglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Brights disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.


Montgomery, Ala.. Aug. 29.-Declar-
ing that It denies equal protection of
the law and violates the state costi-
tutlon, Judge Tbomas 0. Jeae, of the
United States court, yesterday held
that the denying of fdrelgn corpora-
tions the right to remove suits from
state courts to federal courts is void,
a damage suit by Wilber A. Beasley
against the Louisville & NashvBe
railroad company, tin which the rail-
road company transferred the ease
from the Montgomery city court to the
federal court, brought the emse up.

Os Thursday. Stember iW,.UM. 3 tmlow. i
of the worktom at the E e9iS nw altom J

AB are lnrvted. The mours betwe Sa M 'B
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Go LoUTTSeeR, Udh
W. 14U O Denh ma aer

T-I eodtr is hem front his wan-
=-,l -- thie went country. He
s Ivad over nemrlby 1o.*M mikes
aSO nad admbd mue, noted people
w O dam geat things and do them.
yet wth all the appalang splendor and
leader seen hI o travels we are
bms with a sssoe of relief and an
a- faith in Florida and Its future,
a plese that seems mere like home
thn all the rest ot the world, for the
asylag, "h1mo is where the heart Is"
eeses true in our ease, and here is
Whom it ANds Tet.
Mr. Cara, the farmer, tracker and
eam~ aO Riat.ed whom we met oe
,the tin aStuamsy naght, said he had
pai ed te thousand cas of three-
p M ento, all the season would
permit, but had he sweceeded In can-
aing toe times that quantity he could
fAd a rtady sale for them. Mr. Cam
ba ie laterested In the. Reddick lime
with Mr. John M. Graham and
Mr. Stephae Jewett of this city. He
saM tut they have two kilas conm-
.j&A tested ad found to work to
S,-.lea.. Ce p y will erect
A m-.lls ,They .have a con-
*-" st O, I toa e0 barrels of lime
f ftr m year. As aoon afirs
:..* i eedM wlrtng order, the
S..W.. hegi to upp lime.

M, C(rthers, the Ocala yard man
tar the A. C. ., who with his wife
0 a ehU. spent a week at Asheville,
N. C. and viialnty, retermed bome
Atu3day mght after oenjeiM g a very
delightl vaecado
Mr. EL P. Thbeard, who is the pop-
Ser ager ae the Park Hotel, Jack-
s'eaille, spent Sunday with his fam-
'tt In this city. He sald the realty
segabmlea of Jacksonville, who are
"tensi advertisers of farm lands,
00 eO N a very good business and
there will be a great Influx of settlers
e a"d around Jacksonville this fall
The poepseta for new settlers In Flor-
Ida wee never brighter than they are
this season.
SMr. Jess3 e WVllams. who is pleas-
atl resmembed as a former em-
ple. of Mr. W. P. Bdwards at the
iy m ark-t, but for several years
eA r of the Wetern Union Tel-
sqall p empaay, Jacksonvlle. has
N from an attack of appendl-
Si undrweat an operation several
Weee age and spent last week with
.* ela mother at lady lake, recuperating
.'* 's fu the oepratlon ad is again at his
p at *Blty. Mr. Wu9ams sas taken
up te steady of dentistry. He attend-
-ed-sa Atlanta dental school lat sea-
aeN, but is arranging to attend a Bal-
.times deomn olepe this season. Mr.
M iM 1i a br ght young man and
hg g a aepereas futuet before him. .
aesa ooUtiauzas good at the
MeaauMm. Guy Toph wears that
la' stg smle that is good all the year
S. re whie George Dewey ean't help
;,.. ,.. g the best the market afords for
'...', $mst Am theoe who spread
S their ethber lmbs uader the mahog-
ay ilmday and took creature com-
Iert. there were W. S. Quarterman,
QleMlMa J. W. Pope, W. W. Walker.
Failo ; 0. C. Putma. Summerfeld:
W. N arldge and family. Jaek-
ONIe: C. Martin, Jacksonville; IL
I4 1D1Si, Anthony; J. M. Cook and
"eorge D. DIckermon. Floral City; Mrs.
J. hs. "=, sp=ar and D. H. Phil-
lJ.M MeInteosL

SThe treds of Mrs. Charlotte Pie,
SIo taught with Miss Sharpe in the
IladVr0te1 a few years ago, but now
living near Phil-deiphia, wnil be sorry
o leoar that her sister, Mrs. Lbomis,
I very tow with typhoid fever, and
S that the famiy as lost two members
with thi same disease within a few
'Wse. One of these, Miss Jennie
,odmla, visited Mr. Pie here for a
few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens of
lditand, are rejoicingr over the ad-
vt weather little daughter to their
Sthteae which happy event was
Heralded a week ag. Mrs. Isaac Stev-
eas, of Oeala, the benign and gentle
grandmother, left today for Lakeland
to see her new granddaughter. She
was aocspaaled by Mim Clara Beth,
Sh doe little daughter of Mr.
ad Mrs. Stevens, who spent the past
three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Stev-

"Capt. Jo- M. Graham, of Ocala.
was a visitor here Saturday, being a

et f te Park. Captain Graham
Si'mlnt In military circles of
opay A Secod Inantry, National
Ouarmaof Plerda.-Times-Union.
.. Hea. Prak Harris, editor of the
Oeala Aner, ad sealed the nestor of
bthe MllSwa press, was among the
rombineat florMdian who were visit-
ra to the metropolis Saturday. Mr.
Isw so aseeempiled by Mrs. Har-
ris and they were pleasantly domiciled
at the Park.-Tlmee-Unlon.

Wallace 0. tovalL son of Editor
l*VaiP oft the Tribune, arrived in
Uhspa last evealag with his father.
ho has been ea a business trip to
bleae sad Atlanta. The young man
S wOl spend a moth here and then re-
tat to Oxfrd. GLa.. where he will
artlealate at saory Colege.-Tam-
Spa Tiaes. s8th.
Miss America Pilsas who has been
V0st8ng here for several weeks a guest
t Mia Redm Hunt, left this morn-
a-. Mis PUIans Ma returned to her
/akM iR Mfatd Fla.--t. Augustine
OrNePsnadste TImes-UnIo0.
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gaged in this industry.-Jacksonville
Metropolis. 28th.
We are showing the best 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffce Drugstore.
FOR AALE-Ha'arvard iano nea rlv

new: $125 easy terms. A. M.
ford, phone 328. Ocala.


The Pro is in the


U you "ae not using

it now, it's a good

tim to beg&i. We

O"ia's New A-mee-m t tall Largely
D"e to Esat-ef Tw of Our
Pusa Spirited' Ckem
Ground was broken this morning for
the new opera home by the contrac-
tors. Mclver & MacKay. Mr. R. E.
Yonge. Br., ably assisted by his right
band bower, Jake Brown. threw the
first shovelful of dirt, which was wit-
nessed by a number of citizens, who
came down Port King avenue to be-
gin their morning's work and showed
deep Interest in the starting of this
important project.
Meesers. Yonge and Brown were the
objects of many congratulations, for
no two men in Ocala took a deeper in-,
terest In this more nor did more real
bard work to consummate the project
than they. To the hearty congratula-
tions Messrs. Brown and Tonge re-
plied that If they had been as wise
a few years ago as they are now. they
would have had an opera house of
their own Instead of laboring for the
public. They had $7,000 subscribed
without a string tied to it and Mr.
MacKay had agreed to put up the
building for $10,000. Had they thought
of it in time, they could have collect-
ed the 57.000, added $3.000 and the
house would have been theirs. Now
they raised $15.000. which amount the
building will cost and in turn the
building and ground Is given as se-
curity to those who subscribed to the
fund with a guarantee of 4 per cent
Interest on their Investment.
But no matter no two men in town
are any happier over the starting of
the work on the -new opera house
than Messrs. Yonge and Brown and
none deserving of greater credit for
their generous public spirit than they.
Such Interest and enterprise is the
foundation of all progress in any com-
munity, along lines the most commen-
dable as shown by these two Ocala
Mr. Sylvester will be Manager
Mr. J. W. Sylvester has been given
the management of the new opera
house by the committee who had this
part of the matter In charge. Mr.
Sylvester will now proceed with book-
ing and making contracts for the new
house and will have a number of
splendid attractions ready when It is
'opened, as the best of the season will
be ahead of us. Mr. zylvester has a
lot of good shows booked which will
go in the Armory theater.

$=0 REWARD, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science haes
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that se catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a co*-
stltutional treatment Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous-surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
the conatitUon and assisting nature
In doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that It fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's'
Family Pills for constipation.

The upward tendency of the turpen-
tine market is most gratifying to Flor-
idlans and those engaged in this in-
dustry In other Southern states. It
gives eloquent testimony of returning
prosperity, and the advance means a
great deal for this state.
Yesterday the market opened at 5
cents, and one-half of a cent was
gained before the close of the day,
bringing the price of the product to
5% cents. This is the highest figure
reached for two years, the record
showing 5 cents on August 22, 1907.
On October 5, 1908. the price of tur-
pentine was 35 cents, and remained
around that figure for some time,
finally advancing to 45 cents, and the
price held close to this figure for a
long time.
The advance is indeed a matter of
much gratification among those en-

Mr. Albert Anson Graham. who has
been spending a month with his par-
Dents at Connor and in Ocala, will
leave Thursday for Arcadia. where he
will visit his sister, Mrs. Howard Hall
and correspond for several papers.
Albert is thinking seriously of taking
a trip to the Hood River. Ore., coun-
try about Christmas and feast on the'
famous red-cheeked apples of that

We refr to that ben to weak, ervsw
mahering women known as Dr. Plese~u
Favorite Prelription.
Dr. John Fyfe ooeof tle itrialStat
at Tai EcuEror Msm. AL Arvaw says
of Unicora root (Hdaoias DMom) vbieL
s oneof thechief ldinlMeate e*n.w
IA ready whl h tarla acts ass emr-
4W Ivtowtn r 0 mahkesm or omal c-
Uvlty of d Ue tre -_x e -t3v 1 syaNm."
Be cmUn ls ain H ti e have amiea-
oest whih mue mudy asswerwthesab"o
Mi m lathe treatmet et duss aesW

Sar tmin al gagt Dr. further

asonatcweaneakg thesedtwe

in n heat th the gioVth e kasid
asmad est tte weak

or lsa ses mnthlym

most faithfully represents,
Of lde Sel roo another o
Igredim thof Favorite Prescriwtion,
Pro. inley D. oe
netA Medical Colkl1iG',! says:
*,It Is as lsopamt remnedftaekdinws ot
h wbepr. i es all a ta coue named a *
l srez lj-tle ggg. -o
CIMInSa nays Golde Seal root:
tlo rea taio onI& rats teal W"rN the

wihwe IEsse on-to& T r y
Pra i. sare*umlo, Ma.11 of epness, is
Medical O eei Mm of GOMM&e Ssea:

city's population is 2h4m2,n0. withinr

and it is in most CIties--the estimate
population would be climbing rapidly
Am& Zat l *& etraa oa.-

ttoh ar ds the iismmmea r whe-.

tut le tl saae l a to ws aI, cord-
According to the new city directory.
which will be issued on Thursday or
Friday, there are 78,6t0 names in the
big new volume, and multiplying this
by 3.2. which the publishers have
found by experience with census years
to be a safe. conservative figure, the
city's populations afflicted 2,42. with worms. in
37.400 of 2.500,000.
If 3.5 were used as the multiple-
and it Is in moet cities-the estimated
population would be climbing rapidly
toward the 3,000,000 mark. The 3.2
multiple it safe. but too small, accord-
ing the officers of the Chicago Direc-
tory company. Whiteand Chicagom s soaring
up to a position that Is making the
leaders in the world anxious.
Is the only way to describe the pouor
chid that Is afflicted with worms. Not
matter how much or how often it atsI
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
cally none, White's Cream Verml-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly.
Price 26 cents a bottle. Sold by alliI
druggists. |

ataS bCrwms. o the New yerk
Pacr Ended His Cmaw in
Ocals sunday Night
Mr. L. F. Walseman, staff corres-
pondent of the New York Packer, died
in this city yesterday morning of a
complication of troubles. He had not
been wen for quite a while, which.
with recent domestic sorrows, culmi-
nated in a violent attack of fever of
more than a week's duration. Left in
a depressed nervous condition, with
intervals of delimium wanderings. he
left his room in a state of excitement
and went on the streets, where he was
soon after found, taken in hand by the
city authorities and died an hour or
so later. Mr. Walseman waa, very
popular, not only in this city and
county. but throughout the entire
Mr. Walseman had rooms at Dr.
Thompson's and every attention was
given him. The New York Packer
was notified of his Illness and that
paper promptly replied, expressing
deep regret, wished him a speedy re-
covery and referred to him as a very
valuable and highly esteemed em-
ploye. His sister. Mrs. Herrick. of
Glenfleld, N. T., was wired yesterday
to ascertain what disposition should
be made of her unfortunate brother's
body, and an answer is looked for to-
day. The body is in the keeping of
Mclver & MacKay, awaiting funeral
Mr. Walseman had the misfortune to
lose his devoted wife some nine weeks
ago in Atlanta. Ga., and since which
sad event he had been under a fearful
mental strain.
Deceased had been coming to Florida
for several years In the Interest of his
paper, the New York Packer, edited
for the information of the commission
men and the truck growers of the
country. It is a valuable publication
and held in high esteem by the class
of people for whose benefit It is pub-
Mr. Walseman was a pleasant and
entertaining gentleman and made
friends wherever he went and his
death will be heard of with deep re-
gret by those who were well acquaint-
ed with him and learned to know his
genial disposition and commendable
character as a man.

Ladies' walasts in lingerie, lawn and
cambric, trimmed and mannish effects,
worth up to $3. on sale Monday for
only 84 cents, at Frank's.

s thUe Races in *weAi M 4.a
Amident te 51.1st and

Betheny Aviation Field. Rheima
Aug. 30.-A twilight vision of Paul-
han's graceful monoplane, like a great
white bird soaring above the plain, so
high that It seemed to rise above the
yellow harvest moOn Just riding above
the distant blls, and the fleeting
"golden flyer," as the Curti. machine
has been dubbed. im another
world's record In the Prix i Vites-
se. were the closing glories o aviation
The victory of Glenn E Cta the
sole American representatve In the
contests, coming on the beels of his
great victory In the lternatoal cup
race yesterday, gives the Unitedl
States the lion's share of the homers
of 20.00, francs ($4.000). 4ded into
four pries, was distrlbutedn the four
machines making three rodrds of the
course, 30 kllometrea. at te greatest
speed, the first prize betig won by
Curtiss quite handidly, llwitbdand-
ing his penalisation.
Beriet's Spectsamr Fall
Curtiss only missed winning the lap
speed contest from Bleriot by a small
margin. He captured second place In
that event, which was over the full
circuit of ten kilometrfs, 4.21 miles.
raising his total money winnings for
the meeting to 28.000 francs, besides
he international cup. which goes to
the Aero Club of America. Inscribed
with his name.
As In Baturdays contest, an acci-
dent-the only serious one of the
meeting-removed Bleriot, the Amer-
ican's most dangerous competitor,
from yesterday's three-lap contest,
Blerlot's escape from death was a nar.
row one. He had passed the first turn,
In the Prix de la Vitesse when theI
rudder suddenly failed to respond. The
machine turned completely over three
times, landing with such force that
the petrol tank burst and., catching
fire from the motor, enveloped the
machine and pilot in flames. Before
Bleriot could extricate himself, he was
burned about the face and hands, but
fortunately not seriously.





The Pao"ThatwC

able prmpey to go f, "a

**li e:'t -e,
i:Atl ant

timed with pure Iinseed o -iid R

Outtht No.71 Tells many factf
about painting and idudei
lightf1 colot schemes..

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LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boy8 Conducted by the 81stenr of Bt. JSephL. Tagw
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical, Intel-
lectual, Moral and Social Ilans., Healthy Location, MajtpVoe *.jwJmmija
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Rooms.

Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.

St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida




Have Your Lawn Mower S-arpened by

Latest Methods

We bave just received one-oftRU
Lawn Mower Grinders, a m ,ihi
for the purme:of tiuding. Lmjlsi
does the work perfcy. "f youwfll
your patrodige, we guarantee to
Mower in better. WNditiu f thea t th
it. It will be sharp, and stay.rp

old style way, which is u9- |
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P .4 BAI-J~ORE *K. of P. met tlhid ining.

rarase, -Ites meet Wednesday night.
l r Maso meet Thursday eveni.
I b-. a Webl leaurt. a.eetr t ot that on August 1O aWd eptaer Filing cases at the Ocala News Co.
1* OPdl0s, IMY of,
M ", ...- b .s : Master Harry Stein is quite sick.
Sl. M RCHA T 'TAIW ONG waukesha.,. singer Ae at Ballard's.

'attheplanot Picture puuui post cards at the
R-EINA ER M -.. . Mrs. McElroy of Orlando is among
i Ar Expert Cutt and Fitter wIa ie e hlba to take measures for Sunday's arrivals at the Ocala House.
S._ ;, sA or 6 ases IP wi cuare ay case
h1 pttwaoast, we bear bt wfrk of the highest order at Cssa" S ev Psis ak
Wi N-0 -atpI.;ir1i4 is W established that you should
eai to hem e o f, th abere mentioned dates and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis returned yeater-
S -day from their visit to the lake.
.-. Y U RD and ee the new hooks at the
a et-t deaa e cot complete line ever shown and take ao teV Oeita I 'ws Co.
mOAARANTBED. Mr. f. R. Hall of Eastlake came up
i. sill- c lan early and your looking through the line today on buslne-u
IMWt a. obl11aUon whatever to buy.
i' Rome. Violet Talcum. 26c. the bottle,
i .... YOMS Yey tmly, at the Postofice Drugstore..

i-8 ISAAO HAMBURIER h SON&S. MU Luele Moore I* visiting her
i ammt, Mrs. R. A. Hickson at Lake City.
Have you seen the picture puszle
post carim at the Ocala News Co?
4L L L Judge Bell issued three marriage Ii-
SNw senses to colored couples Saturday.
FOR SALE-lnae walnut role top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. P. 8. Ollchrst of Charlotte, N.
C, Is at the Ocala House.
S *R. C. Davis & Co. of Jacksonvile,
Shandle silk typewriter ribbons. Tec.
Sa each: $7.e per dosd
k be of eeugat now Fall illinery Mr. Joseph J. Hopkins of New York
SMy ne of elegant n ew a l Millinihe arrivals yesterday at the

trimmed, Trimnming of all kiflds RIb. MR INT-A f-room cottage

bois. Flowers, Feather, Veilinp and T. Struck. No Applyt
O ISaUmto. i coming In evw y day. Messr. T. L Woods and C. T. ward
oOf t o of floral City are guests of the Ocalas
r announcement of the opening House.
Sthenewfall goodswll be made in a o not foret that can
4 Do not forget that youec asn BMd ay-
r' it Um thlaf you want In crockery and claso-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
SMr. Thomas Treadwell, a prominent
4 XArcadia citien, is a guest of the
Ocala House.
oaqkso no.
Next to MWnroe & Ohambi R. will s of d Stand
tyewrlte. upo ay terms If desired.

I~ tIf------- Peyton Bailey-, after two yea s atof
77r. 7 other avocations, is again rtkhing the
S:l Upre*ss in the Sthir office. .

-.' , PaM 1, .wre yor ttate, with daairuff?
S'., ', .. ., ~*fth try bottle t I ke' Nar Tonic,
,"ik-t. ,m, at the Cort ,haraicy.
"-. u,. w aI I v A BMrLs ..... 'HeruWa 'and little dautr.
& q- Dixie, .ave retbrmed fro m their .avit.
Phone te Ctit Pharmacy... We
STONE, CEe ENT,m LAKE WIR SAN. COMMON AND* end for, fll anddeliver your pre-
^j ,"f; "cripttion promptly.
'";"'". awe a sitne crasher at work la Oeala, and are prepared to do all
y""" dlement, Work,.Build Foumdatioas, make Cement Blocks. Cement Dr. P. J. Lovell, of Sanford. is in
3B.l Bidewalks. Artifieal Stone Fences, ftone Mantels. We make town, on his way home from a visit to
btI Ii be nadtioms for bose work, which look better thma brick, sad Seabreese.
ab lu'-. Warehouse ad Crusher A. C. L Railroad Track, North of
,. ., FOR RENT-H-ouse on Port King
....~ -'.---'- '-l IImmaveanse formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
y y^.^ ..... .............. -Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
S" l Mrs. M. A. Norwood has ret"rne&
h from ytona. where ahe pent the

^ S' ^ 'Have you seea the new visible Pay.

| m O ll~thlTEeM tIpe M Lwrtwr? R. C. Davis & Co.,
lH~f~lifn el d lakr lay b nfl o ^^Ladies' waists in lingerie. lawip and
S, _ cambric, trimmed and mannish effects.
worth up to $2. on sale Monday for
only 34 cents. at Frank's.

k A,. COl NCRETE? PAVING -Mr. W. C. immerman, with thee
DUUW unnellon Phosphate Co.. and Justice

S:-Gable of Dunnellon. were pleasant
-".' aran to fMi yaor orders for cement w4k, ft hdatw r kind business callers In the Brick City to-
et brieWild ,, hIe4ng leea heagems and samne day.
and all kind of paving material. We play skidled w k1o- and
r aat I to please. If the glare of the sun hurts your
m var artser i-W y sv get a pair of smoked game
fro uas for 25c. The Postoffice Drug.
4 v' Mrs. Masie Lyles and pretty daugh-
:' ter. Dorothy, are expected home to-
e I l.d" W aso en naIvv night from their visit to friends at
1f" Bm L Gainesville.
S aU e A nd Pe tree Sbr., Atlanta Ga. BoardIng and Day School for
Sa yemg ladies. am ing. department strictly limited to I ftre re Bearmr mind we carry a full ln e of
4 W =e6 Cagem dWL0 late small sections to secure persal In Staords and Carter's Inks: also
alt F tay of sight m speelalists. Conervato y advuatages la Mua. ewm at the Oaals
-. Aht airmloin. Certlcmate admits you to Vasar, Weulesley, Randolph- News Coupasy.
im$ e44.. Tirty-secod year begins September 9., 1 Catalogee o n ap- La s ws I in ,
Ia7 I L. A 0 SCOTT@ RMMA 3. SCOTT, one La Idles' waists In lingerie, lawn and
cambric. trimmed and mannish effects.
wotth up to $2. on sale Monday for
only 84 cents, at Frank's.
E ". H a*ii. I milAmI l HANDLING SCHOOL BOOKS Mr. and Mrs. George Stein now oc-
S'' cupy the W. P. Edwards house on
On 0 Monday, Sept. L, 19M. the Board South Third street, having vacated the
AT- 1XIP A RO R of Public lanstruction in and for Ma- old General Bullock place.
'>.i,;< -r i- rle county. lnPI wwiU receive and
t consider bids for keeping such text I have a late model No. s5 6 der-
books as will be msed In Marion coua- wood typewriter. ,which has not been
Alfeg aL O- ty for the coming term, In stock and used over ninety days, and will sell
for sale. The said board will contract for $0 cash. or on terms. Pelix H.
with the most satisfactory bidder ac- Se sk. Ocala House.
cordlagly. Address all c u.manclations
: I I ~to J. H. Briaeo, Secretary. Sanitary Inspector George Cleveland
4 5 ^says the record for August. 199.
Bs .shows It the healthiest month in the
Sl sby 1osed eba s C ""be"i"a Cl 'tICCholera a d history of the town. Typhoid and den-
S. tow Diarrhea eamdy Is today the best gue fever were unknown this month.
known mediWe e n use for the relief This Is a showing the city council and
i and a cure of b e00PISII. It cus board of health should be proud of.
gripIlng. darrhea, dysentery. and
8b19UMd be taken t An* __W Ladles' waists in lingerie, lawn and

KILLS MoEquitomA, Bedbs
Roaohes, M Wa.
terbugs, Ant, Fleam
Detro perni and
sterilizes the eggs of
all insects,
CLEANS Furture, Carpet,
Rugs, CurtaiiaB EMa,
poitivelTy harm. to
the goods
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an abonte pie-
vetitive of all co.n-
tagkua diseases to
man and bemat..

Mr. Marfm RaMas-- -:s

ties uosta" wee a
Mr. Mri-s b*000em waa o atk bir
roome aha Ml Rmdr-at pmiebfiaw,

and wll be rented to the bettr ce*
ar coiled s alatsi. The pla.i. a ',"
the oattaes ts aues the stmest t-em
itehe mall and two o the I "
wl tacethe. ae h al a w. we wiI eo n

We wish to aamo tohe t s) e
that we are now .5.a to asemm
date all hefmes ftr those eCmNdg it
town. Our stable has been enatlhy
worked ver and the ree iras s Of
the beafth -utuorltf- a ve been mat
than coomp ed with. We base dii-
feted every part n f the Umbumll *
la over It twice l a IthAreagh ma
aer. when the law eqlr em ely Bme

S I IN appc we me wIw--d a
was. wood and rick ArkgWto eovm
the entire m terror. Ow a=m io nao



Let the Star office print and pefr.
ate your loose le sheets for your an-
voice ledgers and MU head b""Sm
We are prepared to do the vlt.

D. W. Davis. a proualnet Iamurancee
agent of Ocala, Is at the Park Hotel
while transactlang buslesI la Jack-
sonville. He Is a frequent visitor in
the city and has a hoot of friemde and
acquaintances among the people of
Jacksonville.-Times-union, 2th.

For Indigeston

and all stomach

trouble take Foley's Orine native as
It stimulates the stomach and liver
and relates the bowels and wvl pos-
itIvely cure habitual ooMspatUe. Sold
by all dealers.
Mr. J. W. Crosby, of Ocala. prom-
inent In naval stores and lumber eir-
cles. Is a business visitor to the city.
Mr. Crosby. Is making his headquart-
ers at the Park.-Times-Unio,. 3kth.
We have a most emxqualto e a t
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
WANT D-Position as bookkeeper
typewriter and general officee maa.
Reference, former employer, 0. W.
Reaga.n Brooksville, la. W. C. Gal-
bralth. WIllistoa. Imi. "

There s o gamean' law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TOWIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chilbs and fever. Price 25 eats
per bottle. Ask youth dealer; he'll
proba-y know.
. OU ALE-Parlor salte of furnilta
for $1SM; cost new: ; me large.
cook stove, s ood order. 56: lots of
owners ina $10 wth of pts f1r $12M.
W. Clark Ocala.

S Ia ti -a d maim

Mr. and Mrs. L. riggs of Oxford.
spent Sunday In Ocala and left this
morning for Crystal River to visit
their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Stevens. Mr.
Griggs tIs one of the really successful
fanners of the Oxford section and haM
a profitable crop of. melons to his
credit, which he grew this season on
Lake Weir.
The Misses Margaret and 'Pauline
Peace, who visited friends at Mica-
nopy last week and returned home
Saturday night, left for Sutherland
this morning to visit their sister, Mrs.
J. P. Hilburn.


I. Johaaomn a six-feet-twec aG
looking youag white man who was a-r.
rested while breaking Ito a residi.e.
at D selleM a the tU of this Imth.
was brought to Ocal today and pl6-.
ed n Jal tI defa ft ofthe bead of
87" f ed Saturday at Dunameale The
Irslimluary bearing was held before
Justice Gober-of that city. The man
was prepared far the buuinesm He
had a rope ladder to assist him t his

Levi Wilson, a colored man atf ma-
ture years, was tried tel afternoon
for passing bogus checks. He is a
worthless character and bes spent
half of his lit si ce be was grown In
Jail on difer charges, his specialty
being hoe stealing. Deputy Sheriff
Charlie Bmith recalls whe Mr. aM
WUilams was sheriff that Levi was
trusty around the Jail and he at*le a
pet p from the yard ande sid tt to
Will Luelus at the market.
Mr. J. W. Crosby, the tarpentlne aun
lumber maw of T-'ghw-v' Polk tofty.
returned Saturday fotm an importaaj
brains. trip to Chicae la the. Inter-
at of the Florida land & Ftrlt Co.,
of Loakhma. In which Mr. Crsby Is
interested. and he says the company
Is doing a very succeemaul busiles an'
disposing of theTf lands to those tai the
north who are seeking bomes in a
morei equitable cimate. Mr. Crosby
took Ia the sights of the Wi dy City
and said they were great
Mrs. L A. Burford gave a peasnt
party Saturday to Silver Spriags n
compliment to her little daughter.
Agnes and several of her little friends.
The Air Dome had hee pictures fat-
urday night, the "Meklean's Oratitude"
being espeealM 'good. The pictures
toalght are up-to-date particularly
* Chiatown Slavery," wheh Is a sub-
ject that Is aroustar great Interest
Just now. A
Mrs. Charles roy of Port Igta
is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
.J. A. CampbelL Mrs. fmo Is the Die-
ture of health, and the roees n her
cheeks, glow with the olars of thoais
In the courthouse rd. ,
4n Immense cigar, made from to-
bacco grown at the Mario Farms, Is
on exhibition at the paying teller's
window df the Commereial Bank. It
Is attracting attention.
The Marion PFarm have harvestrd
their tobacco crop and cared same anad
it proved a very satisfactory one. To-
bacco Is one of the coming crops in
Marion county. There are no better
lands in the state for growing the
weed than in Marion.

It is NOT What is en the Label

but what Is nla the can that makes
your paint satisfactory or tle reverse
How can you know WHAT s nla the
can unless It carries analysis and

One of the handsomest and best lo- I
cated hombes on the east side of Lake I Davis 1 per w at
Weir. Good houses, orange grove andI p-
plent yet land; cheap for cash. Apply;
to F. W.Ditto,t. carries both. Why do not other paints
HOUSE FOR RENT 'carry It? They would If they were
The A. R. Toph residence near the PUB.L
heights on South Third street. Good, Das 10 per cent Pure Paint wIl
roomy house, large lot, stables. etc. stnd the test of the most rigid P
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy Toph %t Paint Law. For sale by the Marin
Montesuma. BHadware Co. Ocala, M.
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Accuracy a characteristic, ist
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department Phone us. We

LOWI-aturday August 2th, about
5:- p. m. $ S paper mosey. betweom

send or, Al and deliver your pre "M. V-' b"erm s-
scriptionsa promptly. IM -ofn wa avene In
return to tar offie and rt re re-
S U Mr. W. C. Damn received aaispateh
\ t ts morning anaaoaucig the seam eus
ALHSI i [n ft! < Mr. R. c
VD I IIIV I n, at Spartaaburg, C., and left
for that place today. Mr. J. U. C Daon
h7s a host of friends here who rl
wish him a speedy recovery.
BY S Mr. Iea lhel who has bees
Sthe sick U~st. Is up again and at
Sce of business. Mr. M. Fimbel,
YOul Ca raay Ilso had a spell, is convalsebag.

MAKE MONEY w.,.... a
by working for the 0. L Gro- 'waon h. s way me from s.
oery., We have a propotion town-
for you. Boys over 12 yeasIB Jade and rs. eRichard ecoCty.
of age ca at the who are seeing the sights of tClerfad
Of ge Call at the were at Pke's Peak last we, taking
n ,ta &Wbtadewr.-

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,ml a aZ aMd third mean's dormitory now completed; electric
aem ftinas et larb;Mage faculty; perfect health condi-
ia aom, athlsti W Olds, boating. tennis courts, golf links;
1 a ga-urt at a Mm dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
ailabenaete aas; Chriatisa but undenomiutlonal; stands for

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DISCUssIqN OF use oF
(FloHida Pruit and Truck Grower.)
Qaestion. I believe that mBeta t is
adt geserallyre rdeda as a &e t r.
and I shouldthereters, le 6D know
your reasons for rcomndngis

T amamse Fierida
A College without a parallel in the
South, offering degrees and diplomas
in t.he following departments:
L A School of Liberal Arts.
11. A School of Industrial Arts.
Ill. A School of Fine Arts.
IV. A School of Expression.
V. A School for Teachers.
No Tuition. Other Expenses very low.
For information address:
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resulting' o wunsds or stleki In- aiR y the Ia a si the
curred In the ine .atf duty, maggi d l ga f lty, mike
Male applicants for the pos t office t the towai the head-
service must be at least 5 feet 4 In- 5Jl.A A I ltooe!s at the ast, ean a ever
ches In height in bare feet, and 125 sAasr eraas, with tle draphm sta-. F
pounds In weight without overetamco
and hat; otherwise their applications en two ta ive ranger Matims .
will be canceled. male applicantsW iW e with the onrv
are not required to be of any specific .ee m sMan o the n ts u a _
height or weight. OaW by ase of phnesi tn the hbseas af
Applicants for the post office ser- I___ stIa irall sedi other p00 B
vice are required .to be physically agT N w mT IN mHm WORLDw e the fm t are 5a-d. Thoasa. B
sound sad in good health. e sd g in time o herwise uired
For application blank, Instructions 1 LMOM IDA CONDONM sor a trip at treg twenty to farty 1
to applicants, and further lufo..tloktu 1s tent ms s Mient M |
application should be made to the lo- ___sident On Uom- lerests l omkfut stat i ae ta ).
cal secretary at the Ocala post office. -- have bteam latsh to which a wt, l An
or the undersigned. No application -. a"at a ste- *ts- the nonvt- '1
Vill be accepted unless properly exe- c awy, s thet he can esis tie polat
cuted and Aled with the undersigned vat nf H saso several tMies eek day b s
prior to the hour of closing business ad with his glass u sep evr M t a
on August 25. 1M. I receive daly slUpteats of choice amam mpe I very uetion, qtikly
GEO. 8. DONNEI, fresh and salt water fish of t the best emea M a Mes a tw or three
Sec. 5th Cvil Service Dit. varieties. I handle nothing but fiAsh. hundred theOu Smd aen s B by o- 5M*y3 in V

.Is ft every wawof Da ~ 6~
ary b aus a Elllst Of pdis

the resre o snacbto nti a mb, J
numlowu Ysfm wso onit mc can en
The active umocbd 1cpe fntu u
Soad and Quam@Ws sa, iszootmand dah

Olro JV. adamloN. Y.0 for~

Answer. No. M Lim amf is not pop-
ularly regarded as a fertuper a the
sense that phospheric add potash
nitrogen are. Its chief value ies In
its power to correct a endmiom that
to often unfavorabe to plant growth .
Ths unfavorable madtmn is brought
about by the accumuation .In the sal.
of organic acids, which are metran
ed (that is, inverted i"te salts) byI
the limestone. A soil that Is already
rich in limestone do"- t re-ioeb

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tact that limestoneoils are sano uchn a D M -. ,rI
the ric thest o- _I bt of her-. s. -h 5..cmb.e depe'ded
with lie? for their cutte mi .Bn w k n A the .t.... doQ .
Ar.m urlnet...softar a f w.a re "paed byot r o wPO Piou a A b
s ph -m-- "wasting Mhi
yet it is usually at a depth tde great ub and g.raMl iring of
to be of direct beneft to crep@.
d. Willyo u etplain jyawobjectera ". .- ,.PO
to the gai aelds tmentioed? m
Ana. These aldm interfere with tibm ar a m
developmeo and 8u-1111 Ofl'llcatiom a m ""....
that are fo und in practically a" a0t4.
Without theme organisms the farmer o. ___ _- ''. -', i
convert the nltrogen that is lackd up
in decaryn organic am"a.Wf, WA Al W1_
stoms, leaves, twigs, bone, blood, eaet-
tonseed mal, castor pomaee, etc.- In treatinoldng l r n eoreote wp
Into ulntrates which can be readifno
S- ..Dr. Piercps l If your d f do t
taken up by plants. Without the aid -iI i.L
, . , s-, ", .,, ....." _. ...
of theae orgaimos the nitrogen o t, stend Soc, Mca L .. F. Y. il
thes organic materials would rai gal IitnteB N. '7 bo &C
Q. wii not the umestone k theme yo by seam poNt. 1
orRanismu? You cant man tona w a0 Xqpp t a m iMintits a *ITM
An.. No. so fsr as we know lime-ca1r osa y
stone will not make the mol suff- -
clently alkaline to kill the bacteria. a n M bt gg
Q. Will quicklime interfere with cal t afford to m th
the development of the bacteria? ] O -i ,, -
Ana. Quicklime f appIed n lar -
quantitles-several tons to the acre- Dr. Pierce's Plasa:tt B ad i orapte tt | 1
may. it the asoltoso tt aoverysamd o me,
bacterial development. However, this
development usually re tored after
a time. On account of thW Itwrftr- TMANSPLANTHNO PAMW 0tOU.S
ace with the soil organ it is water --- I
to use the ground limestone. G A. Blanc, landscape garder, t
Q. Will the outinued ue of cam- oaiesllle, writes to the Gulte Tse
merelal fertiliers bring about a* acid Sun aa follows:
condition In the #sO? dlter Sun: In regard to tuam-
Aas. It Is now generally befleved planting the aal palm, or eaabae
that long continued uam of commercial mdosetto. thte fo$awtar ahld fs ha e 46
ferineransa soil Ds t well supplied served: 1his species at the Palm
with lime, will tend to an aeM leadl- family isoe at the mount AifeSut le -F r V I .
tko. This is especially trae with .i- tmausplant, being aslow i .i _
pphate oat amnia de anMdy saol. new roots; hote ts at th e aa e .
Q. Will this cadln b bhe proved the planter to plant -mall trees w- it 1j C d MC-r a. ,
by the use of ground limestone? with only fetr to a em --a m them.
Aem Yea, the lime of the limestem e beca ea owise the iln thee your bees
will neutralise' Ite acids that a n Is inms.ffcleat to sustain the plant amM
formed. In the cae of the sulphate at to mew feedlan reOts a re l raa
mmwif't, one r tm acidtht are which will take about twelve meuth'.
formed is salphuric acid, a" the IMme Fr thtis rease a trees tam el tS. Si
would unite with ts to f ortm Mhate Aen feet high wil grew m. s tap
of the, or land p ater, which i a- Idly, the aO e a snialaogutsae uM" V
ally regarded a of same value is the to keep the tre alive. The M es f
son. on pasdms shoud alwaya be beS d 15 aa 4 Mt
Q. Can limestone be had at a rea- pruned of the mama bet atmea .
21a,1e cost In Plorids? After pnttaig the Wee sheauld he bet ,mJ A.i d
l. already stated, the only moderately mt .. ..
sd over the greater portion eaeir- -Ik *t on"MON
1ho ieunderlaidwthlMesaondwf-, ma"
the urfame. At thee Vofa It could by the an: M"" S S t
be dog out andagrud In mto= Me orange groel see. tosm 0wak all gW Mgr
lar to theam used I1 wnditer p so far. The sheep do set a tn O the
phate lock. AiradV it '-i nbengr p- *m s try. and wui amp m B t h
two other places a as e tw lVe Ma O the frult enapaaw -X -MKQly fSWes Igf j
demndo is satIn. e!t St wt m bItWil l uolA pasture about 1m IMheWp. The W"A> g
ly be p ajrep at am atM r Pl S they hbave are meot e-ngh to esver t "tM M
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Q. Is there any difference n the the whlel twelve acres amd keep the em
quality of limestone? gra doweM through the rualy smasen. pe4r 805m dOl -o a 1 th us ae
Abi Yes. Iname phae i t ie .-M anat" Mw RiverJoras. Sm' l11 to as blud, me m e8
siderable phospomric add aeatad ha 1 mimdai ing v is
with it, and this W*ould add to its Take Kodol at the times when you asS
value. The phosphorle acid would feel what you have eaten tois not digest-
gradually become available through Ing. Kodol digests what you eat sa OR ALM o ALL PiMT CLAS
the action of bacteria Int other ways. you can eat suffileatl of any good,
The presence of organic nattr wouMd wholesome food, It you will just let
aid In this decempaltiont. odol digest It. Sold by all druggits. ,
Q. Bow much of the ground linme- R. Party wishss
stone shall I use? aMa h bq
Ans. There are probably not many ...I. ..
soils that would not be beneated by -J mis 11
the use of a ton: and if they are very W UI tance Inthemagemietet tSimrSe
acid. tiro to six tons may be umed. 0 se Iton thetl 00..stmable sag .
There is little danger of using tooe 'Of t amon halp hr a ire. L
much. riW s- es o gt iro r my
The United States Civi Servilce Mthe f t, e I hasbeen me s" .seeI
Commission announces that on Sop- Tn -y wt I emak e .. aeathe s..ets 1 thr .
temper 1, 1iM, at Ocala, Fla., an ex- carefuly the. ea which melts so rap- Jttha -$f W USaG iutn f .* Q
amination will be held for the positions fly yes wll note that there seem to Wgas I tfsmer It1Sst VrKu yh-^UU
of clerk and carrier In the post office be holes in 1t that the center is what 1 PIne afte going aver large tar. wnr let--
Clerks In offices of first and second is called "snow lce," which, beiag per- n t H rest ad d 4** I-
class and carriers in the city delivery oas. allows It to melt quickly. eld that shira et telephoam, with
service are divided Into ala grades, as pseptr emesn e, would hae talu* 1
follows: First grade, salary (tM; 4 a ( -4 .4.I able em the femts of the West.
second grade, salary 58*: third grade. a was nat satin -o tume later, *um ~ i- im
salary 9e; fourth grade, salary 1.- bowee Wen women mad as ade- s
OW: fifth grade, salary .$31,1, th The kind we turn out is as dear ^ lla 1
grade, salary .51,2W. Clerks and car- and perfect as It is possblbe to make *agl ot tU 1he"9 l 5 'AN Enth
riers at frst-class offices will be pro- Ice, and is the most eannlC lee fu(ds were gusaabli. far thio pmpeee. J-il *

aplces wmil he promoted auecusihely WasoU to atop and aee you. Natseal feres in tha West. and wise d-- i-for
to the fourth grade. Any clerk is ell- --- to hel abest 4W males of aldMa l -a-r --i g
gible for transfer to the service of a Ic id WAa -la-a to the wruani 95eiro
carrier, and any carrier is eligible for FLUI A|Bt the amPs e- lkea the walk
transfer to the service of a'clerk. t Unrnma M could not he ca-lKet-
Age limlt, an positions, 11 to 45 ad.
years. The age limits are waived, *3 P3T A towsn 1 7U* taUh,wth ashet S SeS w S
however, In cases of peraons honor- *WmWWUaU Ltmam wa td H ar 9
ably discharged from the mHitary or ---- c gg-- e -gos te rtB'- t Ua5ad
naval service by reason of dicamhlty staBi* r--E a finetlga- tna was



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