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 31, 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: VID03259
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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Washington. Aug. 31.-"It is per- General Practice Calls Made Promptly suddenly falling through the shaft
fectly useless for any of the young ca. Nig:.t or Day 1.500 feet. The accident was caused
dets who were dismissed by President -by the cable breaking.
- Taft last week from the West Point Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
military academy for hazing Cadet senes of Women and Children WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
Orlando Siutton to make i. y e -- to three doctors; was kept in bed for
w ard reinstatement,r said a well Oce: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building. five weeks. Bloodolisoned from a
"Thne law is mandatory on the sub- Second Floor: Phone, Office No. 333. spider's bite cauynJarge. deep sores
ject of dismissal of a cadet found Iteidence, No. 33. to cover his doctors failed,
guilty of hazing." he added. "and OCALA. FLORIDA then "Bucklen's JA ca Salve com-
neither the president nor the sre-pletely cred me," writes John Wash-
the president nor the secre-Ington, of For
tary of war has any power to rein- lngton, of Bosquesvllle, Tex.
state any of them." eczema, bols, burns and piles it's sn-
CUR MY FVERWePPICpreme. 25c at all druggists.
-AN SCTOR CM I UIER Panama. Aug. 21.-A strong earth-
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesvble, Indiana. quake was experienced here about 3
writes: "Last year I suffered for PLANS URNISHED o'clock yesterday morning. The peo-
N three months with ar cold so PRI E ple were greatly alarmed, but no se-
distressing that It fIerfered with my ON APPLICATION rious damage has been reported. No
business. I had ,t y of the sy'pr- P O. ex 46. OCAIA, PLA. news has been received from the In*
toms of hay feveranor's pre- terror districts and the scope of the
scription did not sach i e,. and I ---- -. -- quake is not known.
tool. several med ch seemed
only to aggravate inately I T ACTIVE AT 87
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey --
- Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. RI *1aP This would be unusual news If men
My wife has since used Poley's Homey DR I Slo and women would 4ep themselves
and Tar with the same success" Sold free from rheum lsm" and all aches
by all dealers. and pains as llhI keeping their
05pens lto the ILobb, e the Ocala muscles and joias sIbered with Bal-
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING n eow. lard's Snow IitmenL Sold by all
Aow is that. This is not a auto- nOffea. t ver-y hteat seve of druggists.

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On Thursday. September 2nd 19. there .wi be a .
of the workings of the Electric Burglar Alta nrt IuM 3'
a our Bank. The demonstration win bgb at I$ 4t a" samdukwk .. .
All are Invited. The hours between SandS p. m, 1W IM ---M j '
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w w --Yamts Man in Tampa Tried to End
U T-l I- His Life by Drinking LuMlanum A
WAS IT LO Tampa. Aug. 21.-Will Worley. the Of A R E
20-year-old lad ahu had been under
--- arrest, and was to have appeared in
y justices court on charge of ml.n ap- Killed Husband Wife May Die and i
propriating a cash bond for $15. which
Preprty Los WiN 1Rsh Abeut he had secured for another lad's Inne"snt Child Injmied
father for the former's appearance to ----
answer to a minor charge In the (Jacksonville Metropolis. 3th.)
City of MSko,. Aug. 31.-T re- courts, took laudanum mixed with
ports from Moterey, Mexico. tend to whisky with the evident purpose of Brutally wielding an ax. which he
sohw that the Sit es inmate of the preventing his appearance In court. He found on the premises, a lend. wboe
dead of Uturday night's flood was too has been recently before both the po-i identity is yet unknown, although
tow. It Is ow estimated that at least Ice and justice's courts for various three suspects have been arrested.
1.44 persons perished from the high offenses, and had threatened that he killed Luke Foster, a hard-working
wa14ters of the river, and the desi would end his life before he would negro IvIag on Winthrop street. near
tieo of property will reach nearly again appear in court. o Franklin, shortly after the midnight
0"pe. He was found In an unconscious hour, and Inflicted what may prove
In the lowlands adjoining the river condition. ling under an oak tree. fatal Injuries upon his wife. A year-
banks the greatest damages was done. near the Gilchrist school at College old baby. who was sleeping w ith Its
Here the natives lived in huts of Hill, with an empty laudanum bottle, parents, was slightly wounded, but
flmsy character, and these were swept whisky flask and wet handkerchief will live.
away by the ost advance or the rush_ near him. He was conveyed to his The butcher-like murder was dis-
ing waters aft they had bu the mother's home in Ybor City. and med- covered shortly before ~ 'cloek this
river bks. The river roe with in-cal aid summoned, when he was morning, when Grant White. a brother.
credible speed and It is ag to !W brought to cousciousmess. and explain- in-law, went to the house for his
attained a h&b t at t fee aSo. ed that he was carrying out his pre- morning mfeal. The murder was re-
nma L The flood & aU uslsg d to a vlously announced Intention of end- pMed to Police Sergeant David S.
a xtent w and the w at re- Ig his life rather than go to Jail. Walker. who lives not more than two
i o the-M of the uSfortuate blocks away. and within a few hours.
covering thebodiesofthe Vu3st three suspects. William Bryant, Ernest
dead o belnt carried forward. About READ THIS: Branthree and Ben Nelsonliam Bryall
$S0 bodies have been taken out so far.Br undenes all loed
Many bodies have been swept down Dunnellon.- Fla.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I were under arrest. A f are being held
the river, which is flowing with great have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. Investigation. Poleie and detectives,
speed. Louis, Mo.. for six years. Every bot- working on the case hope to prove the
The federal government has been tie I sell adds a customer for it. It is of ingone of the numbase. hope to rove the
appealed to for aid, and will send sup- a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and tofhe evidence numb to the tr.
plies. The local authorities are doing rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht, All the evidence points to the asct
all In their power to mitigate the dis- Merchant. .40 day's.treatment In each had t Foster wa s klynotmovedie and had
tress. The American consul has ap- bottle. made no struggle, the bedotlan still
pealed to the United States govern- covering part of his body. His wife
ment for help, and it will probably be FIVE KILLED IN A was alive when the murder was dis-
granted. wis alive when the murder was dis-
There are 1000 homeless people in TRAIN-AUTO COLLISION covered, but was unable to talk. Both
the city today. The water sewerage had been struck on the head with an
and lighting systems of the etywere St. Louis. Aug. 29.-FIve persons ax, the blunt end being used by the
put out of commission and the under- were killed yesterday when an auto- murderer. Foster'i death must have
ground pipes and canals are so twist- mobile in which they were riding was been Instantaneous.
ed that It In believed that many of the struck by a fast passenger train of
leading sections of the system will be the Chiago, Rock Island and Pacific REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
useless until relald. railway, west of Vigues station. St.
The greatest cause of loss of life Is Louis county. All were residents of Tour only hope." said three doctors
believed, to have been due to the St. Louis. to Mrs. M. FIs Detroit, Mich.
breaking of the dam which held back suffering from me r rectal trouble.
the waters of the reservoir. TAKE NOTICE lies in an opera n I used Dr.
King's New e she writes,
All persons are recommended to Kin's w he writes&
SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT take Foley's .Kidney Remedy for yrtint
backache rheumattim, and kidney pei. itis. cure tipation bead
It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war and bladder tro el. It will quickly
veteran, of Kemp. Tex.. that a plot coret urinary lariti, whichIf MUDRED THE WOMAN
existed between a te lung trou- neglected, may d elo 6Mo a serious AND ROBBED THE ODY
ble and the grave cgtase his death illness. It wi re health and AND T
"I contraetes a b cold." he strength. Do neglect signs of
writes, "that gh that kidney or bladder trouble and risk 0,Fayettevillen money tolen rom .-Thate
stuck to me, all remedies, Bright's disease or diabetes. old by body of Mrs. John Winkleman, an aged
tforyer l n dow to1l e woman who was clubbed to death
pounds. Then to use Dr. here Thursday .k asserted In ap of-
KInGs New Discovery, which restored FOR SALE AT LAKE WEIR facial circular Issued Friday. offering a
my health completely. I now weigh reward of $4.300 for the capture of the
172 pounds." For severe colds, obsti- One of the handsomest and best lo- woman's slayer and the recovery of
nate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma, cated homes on the east side of Lake the money.
and to prevent pneumonia It's n- Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
rivaled. Me and SL Trial bottle p nt yof land: cheap for cash. Apply BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
free. Guaranteed by all druggists. to F. W. Ditto. city. _
n.----- mare made by all soothing syrups and
WOMAN MURDERED baby medicines that contain opium
r rI -T Aanu narcotic. M1 Baby lIxir
IN SOUTH CAROLINA aontansrco Injou. o r naroc
--a F drugcontains of any kinj q ure J or narcotics
Charleston. 8. C.. Aug. 2M.-Mrs. Do- svrnu AU UUf U U drugs of any kird A sure and safe
cler Boter aged 1 years, the wife of cure for diordech bowels
J. R. Bolter, a farmer living near f aCommeetoi With the Hotel O Infand fretfules ll for teething
Fairmont, in Spartanburg county, wasnant d byall drugists.
shot and killed at noon yesterday by Skilled woramen and courteous at- SPEEDWAY OWNERS HELD
Joe Bates, a chaingang guard of the tention to all. Special attention to
city of Spartanburg, by whom she had children. Responsible for Deathe-Cornser Re-
formerly been employed as house- ports Decision to Grand Jury
keeper. Bates accused her of having ELECTRIC MASRAGE Indianapolis. Aug. 1.-Tie owner
sold his cow and disposed of a lot of Indianapolis. AU. 3.-T owners
blankets some time before she left of the new Indianapolis motor speed-
him. two months ago, when she mar- HOT AND COLD WATER way are held responsible for the sev-
ried Bolter. He killed her Just as she eral deaths that occurred In accidents
and her husband had driven Into the a I hCH during the automobile races of Aug.
yard of W. P. Cox, a relative of her IC C 19. 20 and 21 In the coroner's decision
husband's living in Spartanbug. Bates n made public Saturday night. He re-
fired five shots, only two taking ef- ports the matter for the grand jury
feet on Mrs. Bolter, but one of the CHARLES D. HULBERT .. D. inve.sttion.
bullets striking the little daughter of UlARufS D. nULBERT, i. D.
Mr. Cox and Inflicting a painful A WEAKLING
wound. ROMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN AND Is the only way to describe the poor
8UBCBION child that is afflicted with worms. No
DISAGREEABLE AT HOME matter how mu h or how often It eats
-fCe-socond Floor The Munroe & the worms g all the nourishment
Lots of men and women who are Chamblias Bank Building, Ocala. from the fo the child gets practi-
agreeable with a get "cranky" FloridaO cally none. lWhltq Cream Vermi-
at home. It's t disposltlon. It's the relepho e--Ofee, 22 R; Residence, fuge gets ri.of worms qlckly,
liver. If you t yourself that you 221. Price 25 centsTbottle. Sold by all
feel cro ss a* wum I th e s little O 0e H u- --_ t o L *; O d ru g gi st s.
things worry t hy a bottle of e oour to a. .; to 4 druggists.
e Ballard's He lne/ and t your liver p. .; 7:30 to 8:30 CABLE BROKE AND
r in shape. YT a erybody around .- -..-- .-. -- TWELVE WERE KILLED
d you will feel b e for It. Price 0 TR
l cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists F. E. 1M c .ANE Mexico City. Aug. 31.-A dispatch
from Matehuala. state of Ban Luls
S WILL NOT BE REINSTATTED Protosi. says .that twelve miners were
WiLL NOT BE REINSTATED rI iB a ^killed at the La Pa! mine at that

The sensation in motor car for

1910-Clvlmers-Detroit There!Is.

no need to say anything for this car

Write T. S. ABERNfHY.

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r this we do met mfer to an auction
4 Ilty A so n merchandise, for we
he hIdivlduais who are looking after
elh material affairs, but an auction
et seat for the opening of the new
opea houu.
,ThB happy thboght ertglated In the
atlve ead a n terprsla mind of Mr.
DavUM Woodrew, who Is ever on the
Aert to add something to the well be-
sad weltre of the people of the
Brik- Ciy. e Iuageled the plan at
M l Sk MUSiM tIbe the other day,
f Wlehi festive board ten per-
Mo wat e-08iag creature comforts.
?he eI veritlon turned on the
brekdIg of ground for the proposed
ew opera home and bow long would
It take to complete the building to
have It ready for the arst performance.
The east of the building was discussed.
a waU that of Its asbeasto drop curtain
and the chairs to comfortably seat the
~ey em of the th persnos around
that table pressed a wilfagness to
uy a ticket for the opening night and
pSr a 8N b 0 or same. This brought
a 8N esth astIc talk and the fur.
thor iesisman was made that the
o4peae lS t be set for January 1.
1OM, ard that the piTy be presented
by hlo. talent, and with that end In
view a public asetion be held for the
Mle t the seats; that this fact be
thorou ly advertleed, so that not only
"- their pube of Oeala, but the people of
Sthe elibhortng towns of Anthony,
Citrsa, parr, Melntosh, Lowell. Ken-
driek, Martin, Dunellon, etc., have an
*ePP ttft to send representative

te aumetlon itself with the prestige
of a b-umar nesdling officer and an
oehestra of good, music would create
aS Iterest and driving power that
would assemble one of the most rep-
reaentative audiences ever gathered in
Oeab. The gathering would create an
eathuiasm and emulatloi that would
prove nategious and the prices realis-
'* d woM warm the hearts of the mem-
r oS the building committee of the
* new opera house and its manager, Mr.
J. W. SyBvrater.
In veolteon of what such an event
w d foreshadow for the pecuniary
,d000ment of the new temple of
1m--Mt and Its furnishings, we
eosK rfeomd our people of a stm-
liar akiia which occurred a de-
eab g adnr the stimulating in-
flu-en of Dr. 8. P. Eagleton. who took
this mthod of Inaugratintg a hospital
mrvice In this city and which proved
not anly a very enjoyable evening to
."** agge audience, but In the sale of
*'ilehandlee. tendered by the merch-
tae, proved an unqualified success and
netted the sam of $464, a success that
wVO rN lm ya wonder.
l % peat the pleasant occasion
*-* 4wdt P r wllitngneas to give the new
1 -opera h oae movement a glorious seed
off hav16 a auction of seats for the
-. bl teatry niht. A&l of which we re-
epeetfully submit to the building cbm-
mittem Manaer Bylveter ma the
public. Let us put the date. say the
-* at week t November. when all our
S. summer tourists have arrived home
ad all winll have a chance to aid this
worthy enterprise.

County purveyor Alex Moorhead has
he busy the past week surveying a
bee-ln read 'from Anthony to Citra.
which Is now being cut out under the
1-tretiles of County Commissioner
W. J. Crosby, of CItra, and the same
wit be hardened. It will prove a boon
to the people of Sparr and Citra. who
have been patient and lon suffering,
bf ithenrM har of rejoicing Is near at
hand and the Star extends congratu-

A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Pat Randall, of Connor, a year and a
-l-rlM, died of convulsions last night.
T2 little en had been III for a very
ehrt time. The community is deeply
grik d ever the death of the baby.

Mr. I. A. Brice, who Is In the gov-
ernment service as machinist on a
Ia@tI at Port laglis. was In town
Sthe ltter part of last week on his way
to MoeWhm 8. C., to meet his family
Svldsit old time friends for a few
ars. Mr. Brlces had but a week's
Vuatifo all the past year. He came
bemts a day before Christmas to eat
tIt 4damer with his family and he
aW his good wife had planned all
--e of delightful things' for that
bwm oasl.," whe a dispatch came
Is-Port In=1, demanding his Im-
mdato preoeonce there a d he had to
S.. mediately. without any Christ-
Srpat. a dire Interference with
his anticipated pleasure. May better
agne aaetnd Mr. Brice's coming
XMs oonMr asad family reunion.

3Jt W. 8. Bullock is spending a
very alrems vacation in his chamb-
*e, adding the work of Judge Wall.
a-Vt a to his already crowded
00tM and doing It all out of Judicial
oeNtoay. a labor or love and good
hi. fe hp. which Judge Bullock pos-
S a very large degree. There
aa, few men In aby community in
we heart flows the milk of human
ki aa Is greater abundance than in
th heart of this splendid eltisen and
w tihy bJN May his tribe Increase.

Mr. and Mfs. A. A reeman of Bel-
le w, were Ia town today, shopping.
O NporI d that their daughter. Miss
Ll.a keesman. who Is spending the
r wth t eads In Pittsburg.
W havin the Utime of her life. She
q N though the Carnegie art gal-
am museum that cost six mll-
'diM ars and aaw obefta inter-

The Tampa Times Is publishing the
Hillsborough county delinquent tax
list and the Jo6 is worth $2.000 to that
paper, it being of the largest tax lists
of any county in the state. What is
the matter with tax matters in Hills-
borough? The Marion county tax list
I% now northh about 1700 per year to
the printer, it being one of the smallest
of the large counties of the state.
$100 REWARD, $00
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
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. 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 constitution 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 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.
Mr. J. W. Xance. one of the veterans
who wore the gray. came in today
from Oak and sald the Star office a
pleasant calL Mr. Nance. up to the
big freeze, was one of the successful
orange growers of Marion, but since
then. although making heroic efforts
to rehabilitate his fortune, has yielded
to time and the infirmities of years
anw now makes his home with his
friend. Mr. Lee Howell, assisting him
in keeping order about his home.

The Montezuma did a big business
yesterday and among the guests pres-
ent were 0. P. Dayton, Webster; J. N.
Moffett, North Carolina; R. C. Robin-
son, Gainesville: J. M. Hewitt. Lees-
burg. Robert Monroe. Anthony: J. S.
Jennings. Lakeland; J. W. Hall Bruns-
wick; G. H. Russell, Lakeland; E. R.
Trammell. Lakeland: C. P. Savary.
Inverness; W. B. Johnson. Martel and
E. W. Ferguson, Dade City.
DeWitt's UIttle Early Risers, the
pleasant, safe, su easy little liver
pills. A salve yo(ua! salways depend
upon in any cag ere you need a
salve, is DeWlt arbolized Witch
Hazel Salve-especially good for piles.
Sold by all druggists.
Miss Beatrice Sinclair, who has been
ill so long at the home of her mother
In this city, left last night for Talla-
hassee to resume her position as sten-
ographer for the railroad commission.
Miss Sinclair was too weak to make
the trip alone and her sister. Mrs. Old-
field, the trained nurse, accompanied
Mr. J. A. Freeman. of Belleview,
who has charge of the Camp sawmill
at their big dam on the Withlacoochee
river, was in town today and reported
that all work on the dam was sus-
pended, owing to the extreme high
water line, but the work would be re-
sumed in the course of a week or two.
If your liver is sluggish and out of
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, con-
stipated, take a doeg of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight
before retiring and you winll fell all
right. in the morning.

Rev. Thompson and daughter. Miss
Irene, ar Belleview, were callers to-
day. Mr. Thompson reported the re-
turn of Mrs. McPhail. station agent at
that place, from her trip to the Pacific
Coast and Seattle. He said she ex-
pressed herself as being glad to get
back to Florida..
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
Mr. J. W. Perkina and. son. from
across the Oklawaha, were In town
today. He reported the serious ill-
ness of Mrs. Lee Wilson and her little
girl and boy. The whole family had

fever for a week and the doctor could
not break it.
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 Postofflce Drugstore.

FOR SALE-Haarvard piano, nearly
new; $125 easy terms. A. M. Lans-
ford, phone 328. Ocala.

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it now, it's a good

time to begin. We

sell it exclusively in

Mr. H. W. Tucker, the oe*tlectrk e -' "
Ocala's Recently Organised Crek tractor, is putting in a very hanasoome
Team Takes the First Game and complete job of wiring and fMx-
During this year's season of base- tares in the remodeled residence of -
ball. as heretofore, Ocala has been Dr. W. V. Newsom on Fort King av-
putting her local boys on the diamond enue.
to bear her colors to victory or de-
feat, and nearly always we have come. All the latest designs in early fall
out Just a little to the good. but the millinery may now be seen at the mil-
other teams of the nearby towns have linery PstabHabment of Haycraft &
been composed mostly of prof--.min I j DeCamnp. New goods are arriving dal-
men. In the game with Galnesville In ly. and the big line of street hats they
that city some weeks ago. when the are now displaying Is one of the most
score was 5 to 0 in favor of Ocala. and elaborate they have ever carried. Call
the game plated in this city by the in and see them. Considertag that
Oak Halls and the localste, when the they are of the very latest designs.
visitors scored a shut-ant. Ocala was and this is early in the season, the
playing an amateur team of home I prices are exceedingly low.
boys against a team wearing the!
Gainesville suits with scarcely more Mrs. G. D. Washburn went down to
than two or three home men in the; Firay yesterday afternoon with her
line-up. daughter. Miss Emma Washburn. the
The Ocala baseball enthusiasts and capable nurse, who is In charge of the
Manager Bennett decided the only new hospital at that place and is do-
way to play ball with our neighboring ing splendid service for the help of the
cities and their professional teams big lumber mill at that place. Miss
was to have a team of that class, and, Washburn had thirteen patients in as I you are interested in or are thinking of
yesterday afternoon the Ocala team, !many days and the thirteenth patient If yo, cr tterIsted i hn o thinking of p
considerably strengthened, played the, was the only patient to die since the car, there is nothing' for the money so powerful ru uM
Sanford team. one of the fastest in the! hospital opened. It has been running hill-climbing and sand-polling qualities as the Br k -
state and won with a score of four to 28 days and 27 patients in that time tive catalogues by calliS g on or writing
one. had attention.
It was a pretty game. Windham.
recently of Orlando. was in the box for If you are run down Foley's Kidney 3
Ocala and Jones, the man who, ia an Remedy will help O It strengthens STAR OF CE R. f
eleven-inning game in Gainesville re- the kidneys so Will eliminate the
cently between the Sanford and Oak IImpurities the '"that de-
Hall teams, drove out a two-bagger, press the nacause exhaus- _
winning the game. did the twirling for tion, backache. inatism, and uri- '
the Celery City boys. naryy Irregularities, which sap the vi-
In the last half of the third Bennett tallty. Do not delay. Take Foley's
was hit by the pitcher. Galloway at-I Kdney Remedy at once. Sold by all
tempted to sacrifice him to second, but' dealers.
was out on a foul to -the catcher.,
"'Jimmie" Windham swung on the first Mr. C. H. Dame has spent a. very TO Fir ANY RIM S
ball and drove it out for two bases, successful week In Alachua county in -l,_ -.D N CLINCHER aNWU i
Bennett landing on third. Donaldsoni the interest of the Woodmen of the -
dropped a single over the Infield and World. While there he organized a
Bennett and Windham scored. Thj new camp at Mount Tobor, ten miles
locals tallied again ain the fifth and south of Live Oak and greatly refresh- W CARY A
eighth. making a total of four rns. ed and strengtWE CANRY A COhPL O
In the sixth. Vibbert for Sanford When it comes to organized woodcraft, WELL AS OTHE OU m :
singled to center and stole second Dame has no equal. He was born with
Morris was out on a fly to Galloway. an ax in his hand and knows how to REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZING M
White dropped one over third and make the chips fly.
Vibbert came home on a poor throw PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRIC .
to the plate. People with chronic bronchitis, as-
The Sanford and Ocala teams will thma and lung trouble, will find great
play again today and tomorrow, and relief and comfort In Foley's Honey IA ILIO W KS t al
then comes the games with Gaines- and Tar, and can avoid suffering by I WU UnKO K UU1
ville. The game Thursday will un- commencing to take it at once. Sold
doubtedly be the largest attended of Iby all dealers,
any game on the local diamond this
year. The stores will close at 1 p. mL,i Messrs. H. W. Jones and R. E.
allowing a great number of people who Yonge. Sr.. will leave tonight for New
could not otherwise go to attend the York City, where they will spend a -------
game. and Gainesville will send a big few days. Mr. Jones will then go on
delegation, the Coast Line having giv- to Amhurst. Mass, to visit relatives 3
eh them a special train, and Mr. Tonge and his son Rossle ROLLINS COLLE'
This will probably be the last week of Jacksonville, will spend several
of baseball In Ocala this season andi weeks seeing the sights of the great FLORIDAS' OLD EST COLL OR
much depends on the attendance at city and other places of interest. "? A
the remaining games, as the manage- COLt 0I P ACADEMY'AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EX
ment will be put to considerable ex- Miss Affleck has Just received a lot FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND *NDUSTRIAL ARTSL AMI *
pense in maintaining the present team of pretty new tailored hats-Just what SIp81h S. ,
and if the patronage justifies it. Ocala: one needs for the season. They are .
may have a strong team next year Itf marked at very reasonable prices and Carnegie anH and third men's domtory now compe :
a Central Florida league is organized. anyone wishing a new stylish hat lights, steam and furnace heat: large faculty; perfect health
If you want to see good baseball in, would do well to call and see them. tlons; NBe m9"tmnlm,. athletic Selds. boattai. tenals eourta, tw
Ocala in the future and help the team baseball football and basketball teams champions of Floria l
Out. in a financial way, this year, go! Mr. Jesse Neely, the popular and Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses
to the games this week. | efficient postmaster at Summerfield. ac01larships available: Christian but umdeneminaUtoaml: atandsa..A
i was a business caller in the city yes- a: rMAlW *-l* -
ONE WEAK SPOT terday. driving across country to Ok- .-
lawaha, where he took the train for a
Most Ocala People Have a Weak Part Ocala. Mr. Neely reports everything i F Adrss th Pr
aEnd Toe Often I t Bo in a very prosperous condition In his l-
Everyone has a weak spot. neck of the woods. L Fs P D" W ltw W I
Too often It's a bad back. p
Twinges follow every sudden tw The Air Dome ve its patrons a 0- ........ -v . .... ...'
Dull aching keeps up day and night The Air Dome gave. its 2 s p 7
Dull aehng keeps up day and nighL bully little show last night, and the ... .. ..
Tells you thekidneys need help- :TH FLORIDA ET A
Fur backache Is really kidney-ache. spectators stayed by it. notwithstand-
A kidney cure is what you need. ring the showers. The pictures were all
Doan's Kidney Pills cure asick kid-excellent, particularly "His Wife's 10 IvH AU I N PM
neys. 'Mother." which was one of the fun- M. U A.XU..
Cure backache and all urinary Ills. niest things that ever came down the a t l f
Mrs. W. R. Pell, of Third St., San- pike. Wo prop to fill your orders for maent work, a thesuM
ford, Fla., says: "I am pleased to, MManufacturers of cement brick, building bleeks, hexiaga d sM>
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills taking Mr. 2. Spinks, of Whitney, the brick bedks, and all kinds of paving material. We employ ukid ri.IIt
I have suffered from backache a great and cypress shingle manufacturer. Tmporaryo qart l p smo 2S."
deal and at times was so lame that I! came up today to look after some bs- bmpoury uua ra, m -
could scarcely turn in bed. Some mess matters and will remain over in
mornings my condition was such that .the city until tomorrow. JAM ES R. M O O RH EAD .L
I found it difficult to dress myself. -",
Whenever I stooped, sharp pains; ,
would dart through my body, espe-
cially In the region of my kidneys. I trV' -h~ ', r wr y
al.o had some trouble from the too" T T "7'* "
frequent action of the kidney scre- 0 10 AC ADEMY X .
tions. Ihad uETrO (Neavr Mandarin) FoLOID- ",': -"' "
dies with only slight benefit, I heard (Near, Mandarin) FLORIDA.
box. I used themes and they brought Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Ststers of St. Joseph. Young .-. :.i-
me the desired relief. I am now able Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical Intel- *.' *-
to rest well at night, am free from lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Magnificent Swimming '
pain and lameness and fell stronger Pool, Complete Equipment ia Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
and better in every way." Recreation Rooms.
Plenty more proof like, this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s: Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOILR.
drug store and ask what their custo-

mes re port. S Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida.
For sale by all dealers. Price 54,
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo' FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and:
take no other. m- i m --m -

Matteawan. N. Y.. Aug. 31.-Harry
K. Thaw, murderer of Stanford White.
has been appointed librarian of the,
Matteawan Institutions.
Your complexion as wel as your
temper is rendered miserable by a.
disordered liver. By taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and IJver Tablets
you can improve both.

The state uniform examination for
teacher's certificates will begin at 9-
a. m. on September 7, 10. The work"
for white applicants will be conducted
at the Ocala High School building and
that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a fee
of one dollar at time of beginning and
will supply himself with legal cap pa-
per. pens and ink. Any other Infor-
mation pertaining to the examination
will be cheerfully furnished by
J. H. Brinson, Superintendent.
The best remedy we know of In all
cases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one we c always recommend,,
is DeWitt's KJAey and Bladder Pills.
pills be ?0obii th at you get De-
Witt's Kid 7y d Bladder Pills.
There are Iml- ons placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them, and If your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything


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Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the Ver

Latest Methods
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We have just received one of the .faro1 .om t
L awn Mower Grinders, a machine especially
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mowun, whih

does the work perfectly.

If you will. favor us with

your patronage, we guarantee to give you b the
Mower in better condition than the day youa bt'
it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp long t
old style way, which is usually done by
rienced workman with a file or an emMery w

Ned MaE youe Mower meeds sfmi4

brimg It I. or mno=y W e *

make ft Iut to s eo y It awm W.Ois yM


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Dear Sir: Wedbeg leave to notify you that on August 31 and September
1 we will give an Opening Display of

at the place of

and that our Expert Cutter and Fitter will be on hand to take measures for
The reputation we bear for turning out work of the highest order at
absolutely moderate prices is so well and widely established that you should
not hesitate to be here on one of the above mentioned dates and

You will see the largest and most complete line ever shown and take no
riak whatever-FIT GUARANTEED.
We trust that you will come hin early and your looking through the line
WI place you under no obligation whatever to buy.

Yours very truly,

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My line of elegant new Fall Millinery,
embracing Hats, both trimmed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings ot all kinds, Rib-







Phone 165
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- We have a stone crusher at work in Ocala. and are prepared to do all
kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
Brick. Build Sidewalks, Artificial Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better than brick, and

are cbeaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L.




Railroad Track, North of




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A& itatltutlon of the First Rank, sup-
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f r Florida Young Men.
SThereugh Courses Leading to Degrees
f S. A., IL. Sc., M. A., M. S .,
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In Arts and Sciences: Agriculture;
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W ebehl: Oraduate SchooL Expenses
eobdblhy Low. For Catalogue wrie

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A College without a parallel in the
South. offering degrees and diplomas
in the following departments:
L A School of Liberal Arts.
11. 'A School of Industrial Arts.
III. A School of Fine Arts.
.IV. A School of Expression.
V. A School for Teachers.
No Tuition. Other Expenses very low.
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Al work dome by licensed embalm-
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Our cle by our new process is froz-
en at a temperature of eight to ten
degrees above zero, is as clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
guarantee It to last longer.,


And Not be Disappointed in Service
And Quality


bons, Flowers, Feathers,

Veilings and

ornaments, is coming in every day.
Formal announcement of the opening
of the new rail goods will be made in a
short time.1


Next to Munroe-& Chamblies Bank

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Phane 139


Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mr. Ernest Crook, secretary of the
H. B. Masters Co.. returned yesterday
from a three weeks visit to Hender-
sonville. N. C.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. 'The Postoffice Drug-

Mr. A. J. Brigance. who has spent
the past two weeks in west Florida
and at Miami. returned last night with
seven prisoners.
Mrs. W. 'V. Galbraith. formerly of
Brookaville. who has been visiting her
sister. Mrs. C. P. Adams for a few days.
returned to Williston.
Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also
fountain pens from $1 upi. at the Ocala
News Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petteway and
Miss Ruth Petteway and Master Sam.
Jr.. of Dunnellon. were guests of the
Ocala House last night.
Little Catherine and Alice Mente of
Jacksonville. came down last night to
spend a few days with their grand-
pare ts. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
I have a late model No. 5 Under-
wood typewriter. .which has not been
used over ninety days. and will sell


Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow night
Maimoms- meet Thursday evening.
Filing cases at the Ocala News Co.
wWaukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Mr. W. P. Johnson of Martel is at
the M1onnt-.urna.
Picture puzzle post cards at the
Ocala House.
Mr. P. W. Jackson of Tampa is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. R. A. Falana of Dunnellon is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. J. W. (aruthert of Webster is at
the Ocala House.
There were 28 arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma last night.
Mr. E. W. Frazee of Dade City is a
guest of the Montezuma.
I ore doea 1 wnf cure any e-s
of Chills and Pver. Price 2.
Mr. J. W. Hall of Brunqwick. Ga.. Is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Call and see the new books it "the
the Ocala . w- Co.
Mr. W. 0. O'Bannon of Dunnellon is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. H. W. Oppenheimer of Jackson-
ville. Is at the Ocala House.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffce Drugstore..
Mr. John T. Moffett of North Caro-
lina is at the Montezuma.
Miss Bessie Hull of Port Inglis. Is
a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. W. L .McLean left this morning
for a visit to North Carolina.
Joe Hall has a position on the night
shift at the Seaboard station.
Mr. J. M. Carter of Grand Rapids,
Mich., is a guest of the Ocala House.

R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.

Mr. D. M. MacKay of the Seaboard
Early Bird-Dunnellon extension, is at
the Ocala House.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.

Mr. Robert T. Munroe of Pine, the
naval stores operator, is at the Mon-
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.4

Mr. 0. S. Zipperson of Dunnellon. is
among the arrivals of last night at the
Ocala House.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Messrs. William Wolff and C. N.
Kirkland went out on the road this
Judge Gaines. of Lee.burg, was in
the city today on professional business
with Judge Bullock.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
Mr. J. N. Tiller drove in this morn-
ing from Martin to transact business
for his company.
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
Mrs. Mamle Fox returned Monday
from her vacation spent at St. Peters-
burg with relatives.
Mr. W. J. Crosby and family of
Citra. are enjoying the refreshing wa.
ters of Glenn Springs. S. C.





Let the Star office print and perfor-.
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.

For indigestion and all stomach
trouble take Fole iOrno Laxatve a
it stimulates taomach ad liver
and regulates t i wels and wU pos-
Itively cure haltu 'constlpatin. Sold
by all dealers.

I champions. Therefore much interest
centers on these last games.
Since the low rate of .50 cents has
been secured they are expecting the
Ijlargest crowd that eve left Gailns-
ville, and in this they are not likely
to be disappointed. The train will
arrive at Ocala at about 2 o'clock, just
a short while before the game, and re-
turning will lave at 7 p. m.

There are lots of good things in
store for Ocala this fall and winter
and many improvements will be made
about the city. While no city of its
size In the interior of the state has
done more substantial building in the
past three or four years than Ocala.
this building hasa only started good
and more than ever will be done with-
in the next year.

We have a most exquisite line of LAYING HEAVIER RAIL
fancy Imported china In many dlf-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopolyj The A. C. L. construction crew is
Drugstore. hard at work laying heavier rails on
the track in the neighborhood of the
Have you seen the picture puzzle Meffert & Frazler lime works, a mile
post cards at the Ocala News Co? south of town. The A. C. L sla busy
,_ Improving Its track between Ocala
and St. Petersburg with a view of ac-
commodating the winer travel to that
wonderful winter resort and to short-
en the time of the trip between Jack-
sonville and that city several hours.
ei i A package containing a pair of blue
serge trousers. Finder will be reward-
ed by returning same to this office.
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft will return In
At Pishel's a few days from her purchasing trip
to New York City and Baltimore.
where she bought the elegant fall and
winter line of millinery for the firm
of Haycraft & DeCamp.
63c. Largest size Blue and White Boil- County Surveyor Alex Moorhead I
ers .. ........ ....... .. 4.3c busy establishing the lines along sev-
,3e. Smaller size Blue and White eral hundred acres of valuable lands
Boilers @........ ... ... ......37e belonging to Walter Imffman and Miss
Jesie Owens of Spar.
43c. Next Smallest Blue and White
Boilers f....... ... ... ..... 33 Mr. Ernest Lytle. the orange grower
40c. Medium Blue and White Dish- at Stanton. was in town today. He.
pan ,..L... ..... ... ... ... ...a.e said he had splendid prospects for a
25c. and 35c. Coffee and Teapots (gra)big crp ot oranges and grapefruit this
... ...and .. Coffee and Teapots (gray) season.

25c. Porcelain Salt Boxes ...... i
25c. Gray Enameled Basin 0 ....17cl

20c. Gray Milk Pans ... ... ...I3ci WW% W W 1 Ua %
1 it laH1t6 1 M1 Iku1m,
25c. Gray Boiler, Wire Handle Q ..1 j
25c. Boilers. Enameled Handle O..150e ln %i f t "oho
49c. Double Gray Rice Boilersa ..34* eAllr the
15c. Gray Enameled Pans O...... fOst l atf u Cl 47'T
25c. Gray Enameled Buckets 0.... 13c
Large Blue and White Roasters 0 U Will Abbott. colored, was tried for
vagrancy In Judge Bell's court this
15c. Gray Enameled Boilers g .... 100 morning and discharged for want of
44c. Fine Blue Enameled Basin p..290 evidence against him.
SOc. Blue Boilers. Wire Handle @..M33 Mr. George B. Tyler. formerly of this
35c. Medium Boiler. Round Handle -city. is now at Denver. Colo.. and has
S2 i6. galne twenty pounds in weight since
I leaving here. He is in perfect health.
FURNISH YOUR KITCHEN. Mr. Chas. J. Phillips, returned yes-
terday afternoon to Tavares., where he
Ss building a handsome residence for
one of that city's citizens.
S17O II7 DT Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis and Mr.
DU Tim Tomllnson, who have been spend-
S) lag ten days at Eastlake in one of the
I Newport cottages, have returned home.
Mr. Will Jeffcoat. chief bookkeeper
for Mr. J. M. Meffert's different en-
Sterprises, left last night for Washing-
HOUSE FOR RENT ton. where he will transact business
The A. R. Toph residence near the and from there he will go on to Penn-
; sylvania and other points in the east.
heights on South Third street. Good.
roomy house, large lot. stables, etc. ,OT-Satuxday August 28th, about
Apply to P. W. Ditto or Guy Toph It LOST-Saturday August 28th. about
MApply to ntezuma W. Ditto or uy Toph 5:30 p. m.. $25 paper money, between
Montezuma. ;Mr. John Edwards' new barn and
Accuracy a character Is the east end of Oklawaha avenue. Finder
Accuracy a characteristics Is theain c I
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre- retur to ftar office and receive re-
scription department. Phone us. Wewad
send for, fill and deliver your pre- M is ..l. a,,u A.,..l.,,.. te uM

scriptions promptly.




Jules =ele ,lu ll iaugu or Mr.
SJB. Hull. of the Barker Chemical Co.,
!at Inglis, left this morning for a visit
Sto Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raysor will
leave in a day or two for Mrs. Raysor's
former home in South Carolina to
spend their vacation.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss Adele
Bittinger, who spent a few days at
Eastlake with Judge and Mrs. Alex
Wynne, returned home today.

The K. of P. ought to be called the
You can reialy picture show lodge. Every Monday
night. unless its raining cats and dogs.
M AKE MONEY !all the knights are lined up on the Air
i Dome benches.
by working for the 0. K. Gro-
Sworng ro Mr. Walter Elllls went to -Tampa
cery. We have a proposition last night to meet a shoe salesman and
I buy a bill of shoes for the shoe de-
for you. Boys over 12 yeaiBt apartment of the H. B. Masters Co, of
Of -all -t the which department be is manager.
of age C3al ait teI Mrs. Jean Austin mourns the death
i of her estimable mother, which took
slace a few days aro at Alexandria



KILLS Maqluitom, Bedbugs'oal next Thrday will b he theog-
Roachel, Moth, Wa- t event at its kind that ever left
terblgs, Ants, Fle s. l for
warm In the haseban lne a-aand
Destroys Y erms and large crowd will go from here.
terili the gs of t odw has secured the e-
e e tra low rate of cents for the read
all indect. trip. and as the trae wnl nt leav
Cn*TlG n^2nnm. ( esqlie until 1:15 p. _.= it wll take
CLEANS Furniture,Carpetsthe people away from their bin
Ruga, Curtains. Etc, 1only for alf day. Instead of a whole
po-itively harnl to aa he to hstrengthby
the good. the assistant of Palatka and Orlando.
BIdj11 4i.. ---- and I t now looks as if they were try-
DISINFE TS thoroughly, lig to get some or the Sanford play-
and an absolute mpre-MPM but In this Manager Davis prob-
4 _and an absolute ably has them blocked, for be want
ventitive of all on.- m~e of them himself.
tagious diseases to The two clubs are now even. each
having won two games, and the win-
man and beast. ner of the two at Ocala will .rva eth

ONE OF Tax Pagan





DO JUm T:t a8

L W. TreU L

Mrs. C. L mtt..-r. -
the guest o Judge a U M. Al
Wyane at astlake ftr a ft a 1
ports the Jdge,. ho ham
man for the pat totr
showing signs of am emA
and bealtb, which 1 I he am u MS
to the judge's maNy Ocaak fri d
The presenpaumae110 bhe
main stay of sa mage.M e. A
rellabIlity, promgpte"s ma" puse ag
have made thbl deaalmm t am
business one at their ir bt 1,. i
country. Seme ve 1r e 'w" m
Tydings fAt O
A burglar attemapteW t& -,Wr ta
home of Mrs. Maske IWles
night, but was hmeeadeda n
Pyles and drives away.
Look over our laIe at mg Mi |
aratlons. We are ifa rsMg fl tlM
Ane stock. e e m as, peegs me
soaps ot the fltr Vair Ty~k4
The bod of Mr. r. F. W
will be sent to Atlarta toik g
Mears. Mcdver & Ma ray@g th JMrw.
takers, where It will h hbe d ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hood R. TItL A j
ed Saturday evtealg ah as l
weeks' visit with h e Ide a-I 4er
relatives near Ocals.--- at, ewg
Independen..., ,t
Col. 0. T. Gres. m l
ed this aftermoo ftrm n
Where they have b*qe speolqeg
past three months .
Partywihsto bw
room home e st at ameep
cash tramcOlsg. Agli A 5
Mr. Jack 4trt han l r .Asit
handsome new t-U ramps WhitUe
Buick automobile. It Is aulttbI *
Mr. and Mrs. George hmaO s-re
turned last night from their vit to
Tennease. 6.
A. ....
Dr. W. R. 0. Veal ot CttM Pl t,
was in the city today es beeslse.
FOR RENT-My aimmis, M. a
Watuld street. Dr. J. W. .sed.
Mr. G. 0. Maytsd et C eck apras.
was In the city today.
Mr. J B. Borland ao Ctlt i a M
town today.
We wish to annousne to the puble
that we are now ready to kebdmsw--o
date all horse for these eamla to t
town.' Our stable haes beea etlel
worked over and the reialreeag of
the health authorities have beeg Sore
than complied with. We hafe Miat- ,
fected every part of the hlig, ,s
ing over it twice in a th10 qo *-e
ner, when the law require esa ea
application. We thee whitwashad ab
walls, wood and brick work, gag ever
the entire Interior. Our hare s noew
the safest place ln the eoatry to
bring your horses.
Respectfully. Tompktlas & COb.
A five-passenger autemobie, two.
cylinder, chain drive, Ia arat-etlas
condition and everything complete tar
sale cheap for emah. Apply to C. S.

A 540 scholaralp In the Stanley
Business College, ot ThomMavUime GL.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the aOW
Ten years e pmsma m,
say mule teasher in O .
music house i nJack se ?e P
32 A. M.t Lameoe ety. I--tf

New crop at garden and fwr
seeds JIt reeieved. WVa. A"dras,
druggist and edum., Omal, M
Department of the Interleru
U. S. Land Office at Galesvllle. L..
Augurt t 8th 1S .
Notice Is hereby given that l er
B. Marsh. f DaisyD iorda, whea. e
March IKth 14 made homestead en-
try S. No. 02477. No. I4SK. Sor sw%
nw% and w% sw%. section U, town-
ship 13 south, ranae 24 east, TaBs-
hassee meridian, has filed natle* a
intention to make lmai Aive-year prota,
to establish claim to tmhe lm. hmo


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Berlin. Aug. 30.-The airship Zeppe-
lin IL. with Count Zeppelin at the
helm. arrived safely at Berlin shortly
after noon yesterday. The voyage;
from Friedrichshafen. where the start'
was made at 4:30 o'clock Friday mor-
ing. was marked by an accident to the
airship which caused a delay at Bit- i
The airship left Bitterfield early in I
the morning with the count, hisj
nephew, Engineer Duerr and eight
others aboard. Some repairs had been
effected, but only three propellers were
working. The motors worked perfect-
ly and the trip was made without mis.j
hap. Wittenberg and Juterbog were
passed amid the cheering of thou-
sands. Potsdam, City of Pailces, was.
thronged with crowds to witness the1
flight. For some minutes the ship hov-:
ered over the gardens of San Souci
and then turned in the direction of

Enthusiasm Displayed
The roofs of houses, church towers:
and the open spaces in the outskirts'
of the city swarmed with people who
cheered and waved flags and handker-
chiefs as the vessel passed over. Tern-
pelhof field was reached Just after the
conclusion of church services. The
emperor and empress had motored
from the dedication service of the,
newly built garrison church. They ar-
rived at the special tribute constructed
in the center of the Immense field Just
as the bows of the alrshlD appeared
over the edge of the parade grounds.
The hundreds of thousands who had
gathered sighted the craft and a roar
of cheering went up.
Zeppelin descender to a low altitude
and carried out a series of evolutions
gracefully in full view of the people.
Then the balloon's nose wms turned to-
ward the city. over which it circled
for two hours, executing every man-
ner of maneuver. The emperor and
empress, accompanied by the princes
and princesses, proceeded to TegeL
where a small company gathered
round the imperial group on the
shooting range. Then the balloon
came slowly over the field, the motors
stopped and the balloon glided to the
ground. The band played and the
emperor saluted as Count Zeppelin
stepped forward. His majesty then
advanced and shook hands heartily.
He presented Orville Wright to the
count and the two inventors exchang-
ed congratulations.
Tne airship started at 11:24 on its
return voyage to Priedrichahafen.
Bulsig. Germany. Aug. 31.--Count
Zeppelin's famous airship. Zeppelin III.
which started at 11:24 o'clock Sun-
day night In the return trip to Fried-
richshafen from Berlin, came down
here yesterday morning. The descent
was made necessary because of a leaky.
gasbag. The repairs will take as much
as two days' time.

A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But long ago
millions of Amerincns had proved
Electric Bitters e longs life and
makes It worth ving. It pbrifles, en-
riches and vitIt es the blood, rebuilds
waste nerve cells Imparts life and
tone to the eire I.tem. It's a god-
send to weak, and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
my life for months," writes W. M.
Sherman. of Cushing. Me. "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
6Oc at all druggists.
The complaints frequently heard
with reference to the productivity of
orchards is the only Justlfcation
needed for saying a few words with
reference to this Important matter at
a time when the fruit shipping season
is at its height.. It is a matter of ob-
servation that the foliage of the trees
in many orchards is not of a good
color. Some attribute this to over-
bearing and the unwonted draft made
upon the resources of the trees and
the soil last season. No doubt there
is some truth in this statement, but
where this condition exists it is the
only evidence needed to show that
the trees require more liberal fertil-
ization than they have received.
Orchard fertilization is not under-
stood as It should be. Of course, the
mere use of fertilizers will not Insre
success, as the varieties grown, and
the pruning, spraying and cultivation
given the orchard are matters of pri-
mary Importance and exert a deter-
mining influence on yields and the
productive life period of the tree. Al-
lowing a proper value for these con-
siderations, It is still apparent that
the yield will be influenced largely by
the presence or absence of the essen-
tial food materials in the soil. In
other words, It Is first necessary for
the orchardist to find out which Is the
crop limiter. This may be done by
selecting areas of his land and apply-
ing the essential salts, potash, phos-
phoric acid and nitrogen singly and in
combination. In most orchards fer-
tililers are the limiting factors in the:
yield, hence, the necessity of deter-I
mining Just what the crop llmiter may
be and applying it in larger amounts
than has hitherto been the custom.
The need of a fertilizer is indicated
by the trees being deficient in growth.
foliage and fruit. Bright foliage, and
well developed. highly colored fruit
will characterize a wel fertilized or-
chard, and when these qualities are

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Who are broken down and nade & uids by tdrnudgery of never em t ahn...JiI
and duties or by over-frequet g and during of dchier., iad many othr c
burdens and strains which the weaker sex have to bear, se desering of p
pathy. But while empathy is cmed wht te unfoAAMtu&MteWmn Ag
good, hbootm squairdeal Restorative Tonic and SU Nervift.
-one compounded and crefuly adapted to am in harmony wit3

Who 0 o e fitted to select caefy prop .a the rnd a
remedy for the cur o the direming and often pain-wracking d d
ment, as the careful ad thoroughly *MAicted and reguuarty grdus phyii
has had a long and c ful experience n treating just this class aue. b

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e-s and distress. It is a pure glyceic extract made from American cura
found by long time e -perience most valuable in curing woman's weaknesses 'and ..
ments. The leaders in al schools of medical practice have endorsed each of its
cnts as of the beat known remedies for the cocllcated 2 ectioe for which itti
mended. These ff s endorements should count for far more than aky
Slay testimonials. A booklet ful of them sent free on receipt of name and addrem. .:'..
WORD'S DISnMMA MEDICAL AaboCTIau, L V. Pierce, M. D., Press. BudOI L
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tals seems to be found in the Improved .
quality of the trult and the higher '
profit obtained on the areas where
these material are used. There is no
objection to the use of farmyar t- T h e e V alf a ..
n~A ISAnMPbA AS Amnw~ta

.. EM an O5 M%.US tn mm LUsoure Gqu
nitrogen. Then It In depended upon,
however, at least ten toss per acre
should be applied. Practically the
same results will be obtained from
the use of a legumlous ever crop
during the winter or summer. Two
cover crops had best not be used in
the same year unless the ground Is
very deficient In nitrogen. In addi-
tion some available nitrogen should be
furnished the tree In a commercial
form. and the fertiliser for an ordinary
orchard should carry at least St
pounds of available nitrogen, 60
pounds of available phosphoric acidd
and 100 pounds of potash. Undobted-
ly. much large amounts will be found
profitable under certain conditions.
This must be determined, however, by
the owner. There is much more un-
derfertilisation than overfertillzatlon
of the orchard. To supply the amounts
of plants food suggested. It would be
necessary to use at least 20 pounds
of the highest grade of potash, about
400 'pounds of high grade acid phos-
phate and 400 to f pounds of cot-
ton seed meal. This would make an
application of about 10W pounds of
commercial fertilizer per acre.

In addition to fertillaing, as sug-
gested, the proper management of the
soil Is essential. Surface tUiUe should
be persisted In during the growing
season so as to hold the moisture In
the soill and make it serviceable to
the trees. The moisture in the soil to
the means by which the plant food is
dissolved and conveyed to the tree.
and the neglect of tillge during the
growing season and up until the fruit
Is harvested I a serious mistake un-
less the season happens to be unusu-
aly wet. Where a cover crop Is
grown the tiluae of course cannot bhe
maintained, nor is it so essential.
The present methods of manage-
ment of the orchard may be improved
materially by the use of more Judi-
ciously selected and well balanced
fertilizers, and under any circum-
stances a part of the orchard should
be maintained on an experimental
basis for the purpose of determining
what the crop limiter may be. and
thus insuring the best returns from
the use of fertilizer applied. The dif-
ference between the profit and loss-on
most of our orchard investment will
be determined by the skill with which
supplemental plant foods are purchas-
ed and utilised by the owner.

Take Kodol at Autlimes when you
feel what you eaten is not digest-
Ing. Kodol *e what you eat so
you can eat gently of any' good,
I wholesome foT'lf you will Just let
SKodol digest It. Sold by all drugglsts.


I kye FrM ted Wqom

I They say. but if you will examine

lacking the application of fertilizers carefully the ice which melts so rap-
will certainly prove beneflcal. As a Ily you will note that there seems to
siderable" quantities not needed or con-rd be holes in it. that the center is what
siderable quantities in an orchard. so whc, hi -
though if It happens to be the limit- ls called "snow Icy." which, being por-
ing factor, unsatisfactory results will os., allows it to melt quickly.
be obtained from the use of potash'
and phosphates. and in fact that may f.9..Ir t
account for the failure to obtain prof- 1ySTl LS
Table returns from the use of these
two mineral elements In many or-i The kind we turn out Is as clear
chards. There is danger, however, In and perfect as it is possible to make
using too much nitrogen because of and the most ecoom I e
Its effect on the color of the fruit, and and is the mot eo
Its tendency to prolong growth until to use. Ask the man on the
late in the season, and thus prevent Wagon to stop and see you.
the ripening of the wood before cold
weather sets in. ,

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heap so duebau&c st pm ,VSb

asheieutly duieatn-g Natures "tmmlanta" doeist .ewe
so__al__ e,-- is Perf-- aC i iat-w. o1 als i-* s gD.yWO
206 anes Ia e lato ste -ow "diedaw aIlqm 0I
W.e aKM Mds ta is dao0g rthe *A cM e aiet meAi1 A
Wan 18a Nai M 1 t-m eaa hs avd -4 eoei-t *
Mtmao- tI reSatla-d beeo n by natural .m-...
atr sad healthy. A struaI Kodel supp thins -ht
healthy Atomach purmtsee a means. It pmlerIm tN so-M
ameM adM aceti brai. work hr tt-at a n A* ir
The ma wtt a Muad stomach should perform i -w-NI*e-I
stomach that in ddaln for the ach takes a MW mst, i
d Jut a wrat Ntrea med atopeh's ea eep
IttO two dp ia always OCr lIA O
I ow fo hr may gmip HBeg
Is htere with the goods." law- w 66 b" I

The ma- with a iek stomach. -IsSA SS S"odo i4
a i sick. all over. Whem the norm t M :a I
bod. the a Mood ad ht ane dl- M ia KJD tM
ft a Oe. Thab l dleAs, a S. Jt Cwit-lA o r
saturasleuplmessM swcktheadacheo, ThiseUlr -nss to lbS 4
verv mid me hiags"gb speflai and -* *-- i
Ov serious brain trouble develop. embomaiw.
Koaol will prevent the- Kodol is prepared at the -J
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Because the headquarters of the
Florida Citrus Exchange are at Tam-
pM. it does not mean that your fruit
Is 'to be shipped to Tampa. Every
grower's fruit goes to market by the
most direct and quickest route.
No elected offcial or director of the
Florida Fruit Exchange draws any
salary, commission or payment of any
nature or kind fOr his services. His
time, work and money has been and
will be freely expended by him for the
general good. without any hope of re-
ward, save that he eaan market his
fruit, together with all the other
members of the exchange, for more
money than be has ever been able to
get in any other way.
No restrictions as to when or where
any member ships his fruit is made by
the exchange. The exchange will ad-
vise when and where to ship. that is
as far as it will go. If the exchange
tells Its members that certain markets
are "glutted," or tha lt markets are
"glutted" aad advises the members to
hold for awhile, sand a member is ob-
stinate and "pig-headed" and insists
on shipping anyway, the exchange,
though depleig the foolishness of the
member, will handle the fruit Just the
same and will do the very best for
him possible under the circumstances,
realizing that It s the eostlnate mem-
ber who will sugr., aad that a few ex-
periences wni lead the member to feel
that the judgment of the exchange is
far better thea his own in such mat-
The same remarks nold good as to
shipping inferior fruit, handled and
put up In an improper manner.
As fast as the branch associations
are in shape to do so. they will put
up their own packing houses and hire
their own gang of pickers, handlers.
and packers, and put up the fruit for
the members at cost rice. But all
these matters are In the hands of the
branch associations and are not the
business of the general exchange. The
business of the general exchange be-
Ing to sell and distribute the fruit and
provide to the brameh associations
daily (and sometinms hourly) Infor-
mation as to the state of the market
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icine and in an probability ka
ter next time.
In fact. the one thing a
must and shall hot do, is to ab|t B'1 A '
Its fruit in any way except thag
the exchange.
Contracts are made for 1S- e l "
butt it s distinctly stated In "the
tract that any member may wl .'
any year by giving notlee It wr I ~
the exchange within ten day et t I
annual meeting In any yew, Wi
the first of June each year.

I receive dally -Mipentsats hew
fresh and salt water h fa the u bt
varieties. I handle notAft but lfk
and handle them .right.

"MeWe 2W. City Ifita,

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contract work. ewnm mTeg aoI
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