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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 07 15, 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: VID03219
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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Austin. Texas, July 15.--J W.
Bishop of the State Depatment of Ed-
umatim, who has Just returned from
a .lelt to relatives In Hale county,
declares that the greatest of all sports
Is chasing coyotes in an automobile.
He declares that It has riding to the
hounds, coon or turkey bunting, or
any of those sports, beaten by a whole
stretch, I n aht, oe who has once
bunted coyotes is an automobile be-
comes so harmed with it that he
would go miles for the mt of the
This sport would be hardly poss-
Mbe ecept In a country iws the fftak-
ed Plains, where no trees grow and
where the ground is as level and al-
most as smooth as a ballroom fleer.
But In a little past tof 100,I acres
or so a mery company In a tearing ear
eaa have as mueh kn with a fleet
coyote as they .eold possibly wish.
The sport may be varied. said Mr.
Bishop. The party in the ear may go
armed and after chasing the csam
for several hours, beading him tof
when he makes toward the fence and
always keeping hMM within the center
of the enclosure, .they can finally by
putting on I burst of speed of some
sixty or seventy miles an hour, just a
little faster than the coyote can run.
catch up with him and place a bullet
where it will end his earthly worries
and enable them to secure the skin
and scalp without injury.
Another method of hunting the coy-
ote Is to Just ehase him to death. Mr.
Bishop says that this may be accom-
plished within an hour if the car Is
speeded fast enough to keep the ani-
mal at his top speed, so that after a
while he Just drops dead. Mr. Bishop
and a party of friends chased one of
the fleet-footed animals to death In a
4.,000-acre pasture is Just 35 minutes.
During Mr. Bishop's visit In Hale
county 10 coyotes were hunted to
death In autos. Five of them are
credited to the unerring aim of Mr.


"About ten years ago my 'brother
was 'held-up' In his, work. health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption," writes W. IL
Llseomb, of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat-
ment from several doctors,-buq found
no help .till he used Dr. King'% New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles.. He is a wen man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hages. coughs and colds, bronc bits, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial af-
fections. See and SL Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggist.


Killed Herself Besause Her Sister Cut
Her Out
Nashville, Ten., July 16-Miss Cora
fields committed suicide here last
night because her sister had married
the man both of them weer in love
The wedding of W. H. Carothers
and Miss Nannie Fields was solemn-
ised last night. Within a few mo-
ments after the wedding. Miss Corm
Fields went to her room and shot her-
self in the head with a revolver. She
died within a short time.
Carothers. It is said, had been at-
tentive to both of the girls and for a
long time it was uncertain which he
loved most. Both of the young ladles
learned to love him and .became rivals
for his affections.
is always found n ume same nouse
with Ballard's Snow I -tmet It
keeps every member to the family free
from aches and pains, it heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rheuma-
tism. neuralsla, lumbago and l amus-
eular sore -se an=d suse..2 6c, 0
and $1 a bottle. At all druggsts

Denver, July .-The Chinese here
state that fotowing the murder of
Miss RIe gel b, Leon .lig a&^
the search which was begun for the
murder, the Chinese government or-
.dered all Chinamen to protect their
countryman. It is also stated that them
Chinese Masons, of which Ling was a
member, have worked to protect him.
If you have pains In the back, weak
back. or any other indlmtous of a
weakened or diaerdlred condition of
the kidbeys or bladder, you should get
DeWtt's Kidney and Bladder Pins
Milt away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder com-
plaint, but be sure that you get De-
witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
know what they will do for you, and
if you will send your name to E. C.
DeWitt & Co., Chicago, you will re-
celve a free trial box of these kidney
and bladder pills. They are sold here
by all druggists.

Toledo. July 15.-General Frederick
D. Grant. who has been In command
of the United States military tourna-
ment at Camp Taft here the last week,
believes the United States army as it

now stands is entirely Inadequate.
"The army in this country by all
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Home M s Famous by Hawthern
Wi be Used for Settlement


In my condition."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala peo,:e. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
aies report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo
New Lork, solo agents for the United
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take no other.
vta ahe
$S.t--Knoxvile, Tenn., and return.
S. E, June 20 221. 22, 26. 27. July 3.
10. 11, 2L Limit 15 days. Exten-
sion Sept 30. Stopovers.
12.4--Athens, Ga., and return. U. of
G...June 26. 27, 29. July 2, 5, 10, 17.
Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
$11J--Msenteagle and Sewane, Tenn.,
and return. M. W. & M. P.. July 1.
1. 17.. 24 SL An ue>t 1J1 A T.Jmit

Salem, Mass., July 15.-The "House
of Seven Gables." around which Na-
thsalel C. Hawthorne wove one of his
best-known tales, has been purchased
by Mrs. George E. Emerton, and will
be turned Into a house for settlement 1
work. I
The house was built in 1842. and <
originally had seven gables. In re- i
moeM ng It. 40 years ago. most of the
gables were removed and much mod-
ernised, but the part where the sever. 1
gable windows were is easily discern-
ble on the inside. .
Its place In American literature i
made it secure agalast the modern
real estate dealers as a speculative
project. i

It you have pains In the back. uri-
sary, bladder or kidney trouble and
want a certain, pleasant herb relief
for women's ills. try Mother Gray's
"AUSTRALIAN LEAP." It Is a safe,
reliable regulator, and relieves all fe-
male weakness, Including inflamma- ,
tion and ulcerations. Mother Gray's
Australian Leaf is sold by druggists ,
or sent by mall for 50 cents. Sample
sent free. Address, the Mother Gray 4
Co, Leroy, N. Y. 5


The Missi;ippi is Thre-4a.rters of 1
a Fathom Abeve the Danger
Point at St. Louis
St. Lous, July 15.-The Mississippi
river has reached the height of 34.5
feet, or four and one-half feet above
the danger point. The weather bu-
reau expects It to go higher and reach
the crest stage in the next twenty-
four hours.
The loss to the farmers continues to
grow with the rise of the water. The
railroads are preparing to rebuild the
track that has been washed out by
the water. At Kansas City the waters
are receding and train schedules are
being adhered to mote closely than
for some time past.

the merits of the Texas Wonder. you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. '1 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall, 29- Olive Street. St.
Louls, Mo.


In and Around the Mississippi Town
of Blue Mountain
Jackson, Miss., July 10.-Whatever
else may be lacking at Blue Mountain,
it is the champion Sunday school town
thus far heard from. according to the
report of Rev. W. Fred Long. state
secretary of the Mississippi Sunday
School Association, who has Just re-
turned from there.
According to a census of Blue
Mountain, taken a few weeks ago.
there was a total population of 902,
of which 860 are medobers of the Sun-
day school. On the day following the
gathering bt these figures there was a
circus In Blue Mountain. which had
an attendance of 43. Thus it will be
seen that. in addition to the 42 sin-
ners, there was one democratic sort"of
fellow who attended both Sunday
school and circus.

Many Ocala Readers Have Heard It
and Prolne Thereby
"Good news travels fast." and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Ocala are glad to learn that prompt re-
ief la within their reach. Many a
lame, weak and aching back Is bad no
more, thanks to Dean's Kidney Pills.
People from every state in the Union
are telling the good news of their ex-
perience with the Old Quaker Rem-
dy. Here is an example worth read-
Mrs. N. M. Edwards. living on Call
St., Starke, Fla., says: "I never used
a remedy that proved of such great
benefit to me as Doan's Kidney Pills.
I suffered constantly from backache,
sad dull pains through my loins.
Some days my back troubled me so
severely that I could scarcely get
around. I was unable to rest well at
sight, and In the morning my back
was so lame and stiff that It was
diftleult for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kidneys were also weak and
geuatly added to my misery. I finally
earned of Dean's Kidney Pills, and
procured them. I had only used three
aesez when I was cured and I am
maw feeling a great deal better than
before in years. I give Doan's Kid-.
ey Pills entire credit for *'e change




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beypb the reach of Nortelk. V., July 1.-John b oode Vea n all WA l be tt Meminoa s
she maY write aged S years a Virgbian, statesman. Cm bt the W
d oors of her lawyer and soldier, died yesterday. ,
SSal.a pollee following a stoke of paralysis. which Shae Freign Affairs to Suit
c' aces are is r Ietv- be saere several weeks ago while Himself
lag W ribes from her keeper and he will on a visit o his children in this city. Berlin. Germany. July 15.-Prince
e *nle ash e o r n the ae eo Have Your Lawn
4 he5lp h erhto ft 1it Judge Goode, afectionately known Bernhard von Buelow. the fallen Ger-
otrMW-If-*t emu $he eagerly drinks at "the grand old man of VWrnia, man imperial chancellor and for 12 Ve A I Av
.B [ the wine thatMantly Yoffered was without a doubt the most conn- years the kaiser's personal friend and
rM d, l o actually forced spicuous man in th sate. He was the nation's chief adviser, resigned
EllU down her throat. and smokes the cig- the sole survivor of the Virginia Se yesterday. At Von Buelow's sugges-
Sarette with Ife beauabinl effect of session Convention and the oldest ex-
g ,e-p and tobacco, so that runaer the member of the national Congress, who othhmwe, the present vice
RfV- t I g eaW1 n11 tatenmes of these tl drugs she was a member of the Confederate chancellor, as his successor. The em-
& 4* kt wmmg Orsesh may tweget her awful fate and hasten Congress. He had the distinction of peror virtually became his own foreign
A s e T iMt 9A Nt r60 g her early death, for surely no hell in being a member of the convention that minister. iastulng practically the en-
M il bbleS g The.- dhamtsi the other world cam m dreadful framed the constitution for Virginia tireresponsibility for the empire's
-a t dj s w1 spr iun.- than a boose of a st in this world. and fifty years later (1901-02) he was foreign affairs, disregarding the new
S. 1bAS1 6eak nme y wMlmrai president of the convention which chancellor and making his own con- /
4 81W ITerh is m oro catarrn in this see- framed the present state constitution, trol absolute. When the appointment
,AI b M Maf *. Oft T tOSloRo e the eountry than all other dis- He was a member of the legislature of the new chancellor became known.
hael 8 adre dstae e000 0 together, and until the last at 21. and served In the Confederate the foreign ambassadors Informed the
w lgtablet thwesw ite tiM few was supposed to be Incur- army as a member of General Jubal home government. The emttre world
boa ,TlTr O There able. Sreat many years doctors Early's staff and while on the field is watching with interest the effect of
I lGil M viete It the pr it a local disease and pre- of battle was elected to the Confeder- the kaiser's personal management of
%M M Me with 4M0.- scrbed local remedies, and by con- ate Congress. During Grover Cleve- the empires affalrs. The new chan-
g.l .I totol wwar stantip! to cure with local lnd's first administration Judge cellor is a giant. physically, and is
S'm1u. The Grectea trtinent, pronounced it incurable. Goode was appointed solicitor gener31 tall, thin and stoop shouldered. but
o pe. m a l* e s ces ,hsa. uved oatarrh to oe a of the United States and served with with a scholarly appearance. le is
At -prast the army amtaltutional disease and therefore distinction for some time. not a great statesman and it is ex-
At 8mii e to .0, men requires c onstitutonal treatme t. pieced that his term of office will be
MIf. S HtaR'fs Catarrh Care, manufactured by short. The kaiser is merely appoint- .
u piB WLi2nLsThe vl8es F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Is .- ing himl as a "stop gap" chancellor. I'
,,is- et110 bn 0 gMant, the only constitutioal cre on the cne in te mperialaudience
Bdl! li ~ l Ihttlwhi market. It is taken Internally In The scene In the Imperial audience
i y t p market t s taken Internally spoonful chamber where Prince Von Buelow -d

b 65@e the .Id clat e of bat- doct from let drops to a teaspoonful. resigned was a brilliant one. The
aGdor rmthr. In torpedoa It acts directly on the blood and me- kaiser wore his full military uniform.
i ttoJ e& wtM N as a~ cosurfaees of thie system They of- With his resignation the chancellor ",
: f gl 1 Obe. TY has L t o- f- r one hundred dollars for any case repudiated the political charges made
mi, and I esu her nvy Mad it ftlls to cure. Send for circulars and ru by dia enemies and gave a formal
Sonas. Address: F. CENEY by his enemies and gave a formal
Iatmo. a s rtlm as. Address: F. J. CHENEY statement with reference to the condi-
S& C. Toledo Ohio. Sold by drug- YOUR APPEARANCE tion of the empire's affairs. The kaiser.
,MAIcON gist M s ."Take Hal ls Family Pills Will not suffer If you have to weal overcome with emotion, shook the
i .... .. ." e. Ipatu. eetaeles chancellor's hand saying he would al-
: wayl e hpatnnS pectacles.ways beis friend. Tears streamed
l atur" Ale it, ays the QG s- Captain K. B. Richardson of Homo- They are improving to most peo- down Von Buelow's cheeks. Everybody
Soe. n- smd to, a brother asas, was a pleasant caller at the pie's looks when fitted by one who ie celebrating a holiday here and i
S d r u isr row to a c* ewg that be News office Wednesday and in com- understands how. throngs are jamming the parks and
himo f l-nconeesU- parlag this place with Homosassa, public square- near the palace.
S~mt spose "Do yS o call ts t ad the only difference there is, is Your eyesight is too preelous to u c OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO.411.0.. .
pti ? Why, It ls~ labored that capitalists come to Crystal River neglect. You owe them all. the at- PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Meets Thursday evenings at 730, at
aso noe Ih-f palsmera" to spend money, while they go to Ho- tention and care that they may need. Y- onge's Hall. W. Gray, C. of I.
the'.5 tw e the lrI mos ammathas had about enough of the They Get CareWful Atteuloa Here Hundreds of orphans have been
li-k s. W W le the palJg o a ha. had about enough of the hrlpdbthe president of the Indus- ft A. 1
a" Dlbtm shippi elerk: "Rest Cure" treatment.-Crystal Riv- DR. D. M. BONEY, trial and Orphan's Home at Macon.du st"
W' bsfto that y i avf e or News. Eyesight Specialist, Ga., who writes: *We have used Marlon-Dnn Lodes la,
aft i yut hoTbl Dfe S e Ocala, Fla. Electric Bitters in this -institution for No. 19 meets Ia the M
D 061 119 d t o dere. o Delay tak Foley's Kindcy Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and nine years. It has proved a most ex- temple on the first and pit
a1 aW b d to die at Remdy if you have backache, kidney cellentmedicine for tomach, vr and thi Thursday eve
ae bladder trouble, fastens the disease 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office kidney troubles. We regard It as one ings of each month. Visiting brothers -
a u M pon and makes a cure more difficult, and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary of the best family medicines on cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvr, W. M.
I K, o ..I: he Commence taking Foley's Kidney block, earth." It invigorates the 'vital or- W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
Mi t, h- -aed: Remedy today and you will soon be gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
'Sd thi sw line bore shows well. Why risk a serious malady? SHE IS NO SAINT tion, creates appetite. To strengthen OCALA CHAPTER O. 1I R. A. M.
Su ~II ~- e y at u e 4 W ol7 MM by all druggists. and build up thin. pole, weak children
I vIt ihave 1 1m glltre" State's Witnesses Declare Ella Gingles or run-down people it has no equal. Regular convocations of the Ocala
SMrs. Herrik was hostess 'of a de- to be Wis in the Ways of Best for female complaints. Only 50c Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the 4th
Uhtt ride dow the the World at all drggist. friday n every month at p. m.
'S Pi n s nt oat or Mesanor IV Wedaesday. The party N. L GottUleb, H. P.
: v red, had the time of their lives until they Chlcago. July 15.-The state closed FINE PUPPIES FOR SALE Jake Brown, Secretary.
f,. see -the i- got out to the ships, when they began Its case against Ella Gingles yester-
,-, e o 8 s "- to forget about their pleasant envir- day. The last witness was Miss Agnes I have sx fine pointer puppies for
__ e algA* oinments and some even thought of May Barrette, ho has been pictured all sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark, I
I a ae I lB Mcsting themselves Into the briny through the trial as the chief nemesis Ocala, Fla. ltdltw Coniventions held every Moe-
V01 m o WI N 111 "wtt deep, however, all were well taken of the Gingles girl and the originator day evening in Castle Ha_,
i; ___________ _' care of and bespeak volumes of good of all the wlerd plots against her. The over Peyser's store. A cordill
S'things of Mrs. Herrick.-Crystal Rlv- attorney only asked her If she "ever *elcom#eto visiting knights.
4 r I. I slavery, or ever abused or assaulted E.EL I Chas. K. Sage. K. of .L and 8.
agi ,Iie1 tall8et 1baftoe i The best pills made are DeWtt's her In the Wellington hotel, or had __
^ A--rica grows l Areadla~~FN., a~d IAttle Early Risers, the famous little any knowledge of any of these thing." O
St Mt svty feet hI. The ver pHlls.' They are small, gentle, "No sir." replied Miss Barrette, OCALA LODGE
i1 al ha 8 a spread Of fifty t and pleasant, easy to take and act prompt- tears streaming down her face. "It. NO. 2BS
'0, 1 ter at the g4 9 d to welWe ly. They are sold by all druggist. is all falsehood,"
M tL. TSh epelmem Is "oly eiht sShe was not' cross-examined. r .
,sin OK A A. M. Lansford. of piano fame, was0 The stage brought out three wit- Meets second Tuesday
Steo a own baabo6 of Ta- a prominent visitor to our town this nesses from Canada. .men of repute, evening neach mouth
d phMb1 h g ht to ath r- week. Mr. Lansford's headquarters who had known the defendant while evnilg n toeh m BIst-
& 01 t o Wt ladies. In Jamaica are n Ocala, and that place can boast she was a resident there. 'Through i brethren always wel October. sit-
M has bea ast llme and is pop- of the most successful piano salesman the men it was brought into the re- n Bradford Webb, Exalted Rlcom ler.
a d to beP t be indigenous. in the state.-Crystal River News. cord of the case that Ella Gingles iBradford Webb, Exaltcre d ry .
the a bee makeld astoalmohig not a pure and innocent country girl. i
. w oeW darin or' rainy season, the R. C. Davit & Co, of Jacksonville, but that soe knew well the ways of
SiB tta la their full height handle stik typewriter ribbons, 75c. men and the world. -L 0 0. F.
M.4i cx wei afterwhieh they begi each; $7.50 per dozen. A b Tulla Lodge. No. 28
-:'to tput eM lea Te aes. e are from A MILLIONAIRE'S BABY hmu sea wmsMm h m je L 0. 0. F e. met ev-
.- hair to 5w b1hal I hlaae*ee at their If people with symptoms of kidney attended by the highest priced baby .Et_ 7 cAiMir ery Tuesday evening
1 basw. or bladder trouble could realise their specialist could not be cured or atom- In Tonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
^i Iu i l rdl this speiesa eaqmot danger they would without loss of ach or bowel trouble any quicker or J--- Mlo el o edd ways welcome.
'Shws .w *iempuatun a the sped- tlime coumance taking Foley's Kidney surer than your baby if you give it He V -W. C. Blanchard, N. O.
i., I Aracila has frequently been Pills. This great remedy stops the McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr- d k -ad c M. M. Little, Secretary.
iB be sl old. --ate and the Irregularities, strength- hoea, dysentery and all derangements at at *
S*iens and builds up these, organs and of the stomach or bowels. Price 25 "MY FAVORITES" SCAL A AiEIt
OOWOOM DISASE there is no danger of Bright's disease cents and 50 cents. Sold by all drug- ene **se ,
i ,or other serious disorder. Do not dis- gists. Lh am NO 81 F. .
T hat M per et. tf the rural pop- regard the early symptoms. Sold by ---
d tho So th, or a total of all druggists. ,cMILLEN A BAD MARKSMAN For Sale by Meets every first and 1
,. t JIW tin et8 LOaTe from Wm -- th & We sn .38-caliber Altoona, Pa. July 5.-Fnk E W TROXLER In at 8 ocock. VisrWen breta en
^.a us T the iaternaUomal parasite revolver, Wednesday night. WUll pay McMillen. aged 31, shot and killed his always welcOme.
m eaM an the "heok worm," and that liberal reward for its return to M. F. wife, aged 23, at their home late last F. W. Ditto, President.
the bi s thereby to the South In la.- Dodson, at Hogan's. 7-$-t night in a fusillade of shots directed W. C. Moore, Secretary. an
.' he $ anaually was the at Wm. E. McDowell, said to have s1*
**-BMIlt t i Iluaesr'tuly to the Ned- Get DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Ha- been the woman's paramour. Both R. D. FULLER, a*
e.' lat N s(Cal bZ Dr. sel Salve when you ask for It. There men were arrested. TS WKI C$Ar eai
the lt~ States Ms- are a great many Imitatious, but there SURGEON
[ Ae Servk. Is fas one. orisinaL T~his sa.e is good PAN BARGAINS" ... ...

b e l'a lBtfo Mn to yh per cent. r a ing where a save is needed -- Oke Over Mastoe A ClamabNes'
S 5 sf tlorms mer ily at* to be used, but Is especially good for An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric bNext regular monthly n A gth, a
S0de of whites pelh. Sold by all druggists fan that Is positively guaranteed to 7be0 o'clock ia onge's Hall Visiting
Ste lit ".s O a f Immuwne, but burn only three cents worth of elec- OCALA, - FLORIDA overein'cl in Yone'alwas
K agds d t disease. Mest of the sUp. Look over our line of toilet prep- tricity in ten hours steady running. TERMS. CASH. M. attge, C.
auni aO ha"imaesa is due, he aratlons. We are quite proud of the see them at once. H. W. Tucker, the TR .has. K. ___e, Clerk. ct
a' tlon the eek worm, and pallor in 10e stock. Perfume, powders and electrical supply man.
Sa ni I a ives not due to soape of the flaer grades. Tydings C KENDRICK
W*, blea~ M, but to tie parasites. Company. BUCKNER FAILED TO BRIBE J. E.CHACE Rev. J.N. Wetherford, our regular
ui was aied as the
,4 Mpt Sir w Lsases. FOR RENT-TWO furnished rooms Nashville, July 15.-For the first N' UCN pastor, preached an Interesting ser-
,, .- ,pi c for light housekeeping on first floor; time in a dren years a wealthy dis- 1 LI O rL\UVRGE l mon here last Sunday to as oppreela-
t: .W wmr va TRAFFIC nvlhed bedroom on second floor, one- ed by the federal court to a term in the 14th verse of the 5th chapter see-
half block fro A. C. I depot. Apply the penitbntlary. fI. Buckner. owner Second Floor, Holder Block, ond Corinthians. "For the love of
= M s neme In ght- 34 Oklawaha av of the Buckner distillery near K Christ constralneth us." He clearly
W1 ,mwuy Charles-f Nelson yeTenn.. hasbeen sentenced to OCALA, FLORIDA and forcibly showed why we should
f thF loMrence FOR SA L--Protographs of the 37 eighteen months in the federal prison TERMS, CASH. appreciate the deep love Christ has
Sthbmgho"ut the horses that were shot and buried July at Atlanta for attempting to bribe a for us. and demonstrated why we as
ta t marriage Is a 7th. The size of the pictures, which revenue officer. church members should practice what
t e* p urlag( recruits were taken In front of the courthouse we preach. The public is cordially In-
a Il le. shape LHe also and as the animals lay dead In the COTTAGE AT OKLAWAHA L. F. BLALOCK vlted to come out on the second SFn-
nln, trenches, is I IxI Price 50 cents. To day In each month, and we assure
ium1 O the* < r ee r1 be had of Tompkins & Cobb. Cottage at North Lake. Oklawaha, Dontal SurOnn them that they will not regret com-
I i#samyi 4 fmmm, as f___ __ _ _ or rent. Apply to H. C. Jones. Uuu Ing.
Kps pI theatlc cap- Miss Ora Brown, the attractive als-
alaer4tOf gleed. Colorado BETRAYED HIS TRUST 0IL CinMU'cW ln ter of Mrs. Clifford Livingston, after
a laim si Uom d at the cwa Orlean --- PhWoe 211 spending several weeks here with her
So is @ ilo ended N tialft apptbted Ingram. Jr.. a trusted officer of the Office hours: 9 to 12 a. I to Petersburg last Sunday to the regret
et y WOr., ean awahgat Hibernia Bank and Trust Co.. of New 5 p. m. of the many friends she made during
h aad seral their Orleans, was arrested at his home last TRMer stay with us.
evening on a charge of defaulting. It Mr. W. TERS, CAS. E. Nix returned home from
motetb' 1used by Is said he confessed to the vice presi- Floral City a few days ago, where he
i ~ m 1-t o tr E dent and President Poole. of the bank. visited his son Edward and wife and
I l e a to I ee rtablip that his defalcations would approx- TB little granddaughter, Ladule Cole Nix. i
a gl, Mr. Oritte as. Imate $100,000. Ingram stood high In Mrs. Bradford C. Webb after spend-
4 .l 40 W -man's Weid. the business and social circles of New ing several days very pleasantly with
I a e .,a m atry 11.1 Orleans. He was a prominent club- Mrs. G. B. Chappell at Inverness, re-
I6d9 mthe goes of co- man and a leading member of com- turned home Friday.
be at the bet o te, mercial organizations. I USS G CUI Miss Maud Banks, who has been the
7-charming guest of Miss Maud Gam-
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St s the aIR, sI her home at Griffin, Ga.. last Fr'dy.
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Parks nba

Take one of those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Mr. D. B. Mayo, after a visit to his
.wie and mother In Ocala. has return-
ed to his business in Jacksonville.
Another shipment of hard water
S oap Just In at the Postoffice Drug-

Mr. George 8tine and daughter, Miss
Mary, have gone to Baltimore for a
few weeks' visit

, Have you seen the new visible fay.
Soles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
general agents.
Mrs. Godfrey Moyers of Tampa, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Badger, in
this city.

Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em
quiet and tois non-poisonous. 26 cents
at the"Postof-ace Drugstore.

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and
daughter have returned from
visit to Orange lake.


Do not forget that yow can find any-
thing you want In crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. W. ILH. McRalney of Wildwood,
the naval stores operator, was In town
Nyals Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and Is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postofflce Drugstore.
Mrs. Kate Whitfield passed through
today on her way to visit friends in
Try a box of that sunburn cream.
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
Relgistered at one of the hotels of
the city this week was John D. Rocke-
feller, of Covington, Ky.
Another shipment of hard water
water soap Just in at the Postofflce

Mr. Oran Rowe, from Atlanta, will
vtist his cousin, Mrs... P. D. Young-
blood In this city In a few days.
Have you seen the new bulletin,
tetson College of Liberal Arts? See
advertisement, page seven. *
Capt. John l. Inglis of Port Inglis,
was a guest of the Ocala House last

A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax Just received at the Court
Mr. A. E. Burnett went up to Jack-
sonville this morning on a business
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combe and other toilet artl-
eelms In the city. Tydings & Co.
Rosee Violet Talcum Is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postofflce Drug-
Mr. P. D. Youngblood of Dutton is
with his family In the city today. Mr.
Toungblood is chemist for the Dutton
Phosphate Company at that place.
FOR RENT-My residence recently
oceupled by Mr. H. C. Judd. No. 24
Watula street. Apply Dr. J. Walter
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Red m =aet this evMIng.
Mr. I. P. Rentz has returned from
a .I.dnue visit to Jacksonville.
A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
Ramos left at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Will Taylor is taking a vacation
at Daytona Beach.
Plak's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
ure chals ad fever, 2S eents.
Mr. Sam FPanot of Eastlake was in
town today.
S or domes *Wr will cre any case
of chills ad fever. Pricem 2ce.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Long of Holder
were ta town yesterday and today.
Edwards meet market will close at
I p. m. on Thuradays ;
Mr. A. W. Craig of Jacksonville is
at the Oeals House.
5 or $ doses **8r will cure any case
of chills and fever. Price, 26e.
Mr. I. 0. Rogers of St. Paul is at
S Ocals Home.
Mr. W. K. Barden of Wildwood Is at
the Ocals Boua.
Mr. B. K. Thrower of Galnesville la
a guest of the Ocala House.
The Ocala House had 32 arrivals
Mr. M. M. Foxwolth of Levon is at
the Montezuma.
Plank's Chill tonle, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 25 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dunean are hap-
py over the arrival of another son in
thelt home.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those C-lnch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mrs. Lanter Robertson and children
have returned from a visit to the fam-
ily of Mr.. Nblack. near Dunnellon.

I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron is hot No smoke
or dirt and h-at only where it is
wanted H. W. TUCKER
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted Inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing.
varnishing and* lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill gMerateaG
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. FIllyaw,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Poley's Honey and Tar not only
stops chronic coughs that weaken the
constitution and -develop In consump-
tion. but heals and strengthens the
lungs.. It affords comfort and relief In
the worst cases of chronic bromchitis.
asthma, hay fever and lung trouble.
Sold by all druggists.

Robin Hood Sliced Apricots,
No 1 1-2 15c.

Robin Hood Sliced Peach
No. 1 1-2 15e.

No. 1 Breakfast Herring Roe,
lOe, 3 for 25c.



For rent an eigm-room reslaence
well locatedon South Third street.
AppI) to F. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph.
at the Montezuma hotel.
Offers Its services aaz superior work-
manship in the art of painting vehi-
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
Introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of our work c"n
be seen on the decoration of Mr. D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a calL
J. D. McDuffy wishes us to state
that he has remodeled his stable and
converted the carriage portion here-
tofore not used for horses into stalls
and is now ready to resume business
with the general public. His street
hacks and a few livery horses are at
One rubber tired buggy and harness,
both good as new. Will sell at a bar-
gain if taken at once. Apply to L. B.
McKenzile, the electrician.
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe, a
sawy a 4:30 If they desire.
A fine soda fountain for sale; coat
$350; will take $150 cash for It Ap-
ply to S. A. Moses & Brother, city.
Fairbanks & Morse 3-horsepower
(will develop four) In perfect condition
for sal' at bargain. Fittings also for
gasolenA. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. Box 688,
Ocala. 6-24-

Modern cottages, an convenknces.
well located and new. Apply to Jos-
eph Bell. at court house.
A new seven-room house for rent,
on Daugherty street. Apply to,A. G.
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25:
want the room. Apply immediately.

How Is that. This Ito not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new 8-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.
The Florida Packing & Ie Company
now has Its delivery wagons on the
streets retailing Ice. The company is
also shipping from, the plant and
selling to the trade In quantities. See
the company's ad. elsewhere in this
issue. The ice ts made from pure
distilled water and is first-class.

night from a visit to his orange grove
at Auburndale. By the use of the
Sunny Jim train Mr. Howard is ena-
bl6d tgo to his grove, spend several
hours there, and return the same day,
Instead of taking two days for the
same trip as formerly. Mr. Howard
says there is no doubt of this train be-
Ing a good thing for Ocala. He says
beyond Lakeland the travel to all
local and no through Stravel goes from
here except business men. and that
the shopping from this section that
goes to Tampa is almost nothing. Mr.
Howard says he will have the finest
crop of fruit this season that he has
ever had and that trees at this early
date have to be propped up.
"The Heart og Ojama." a most in-
teresting and picturesque Japanese
story will be the principal subject at
the Air Dome tonight, and will be
followed by "The Burglar's Cupid,"
and two other fine subjects. The Air
Dome was well filled last night: all
the subjects were good, particularly
'A Cup of Tea and She." and "Jap-
anese Magic." The shows get better
as the summer grows older.
The Star Is informed that Mr. K. L
Gottlileb, the artistic photographer,
will close his studio for a few months
and travel In the Interest of the Fra-
ternal Union. He believes that this
change of occupation will be bene-
ficial for his health, which is some-
what impaired by his unremitting at-
tention to his profession. The Fra-
ternal Union is a solid and growing
order and Frater Gottilef is Just the
man to present its benefits. Mrs.
Gottlieb and daughter, Miss Nellie.
will leave In about two weeks for a
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The following program will be giv-
en by the MetropolItan Band Friday
evening, at 8:15 'cledk, provided the
eitherr will permit:
L "Tall Mall F mou r kaah Ran-e
2. Medley overture, "The Cracker-
Jack--W. H. Macdis.
3 "Schubert's Serenade"-Arr. by G.
L. Tracy.
4. election, "Remcke Hits No. ---
J. B Lampe.
4. March, "Giralda"-W. P. Cbanb-
9. Paraphrase, "Rocked in the Cradle
of the Deep'--C. I. Laureudean.
T. Medley overture, 'Blue Bell"-J. W.
. March. "Smoky Mokes-Abe Hel-
mann. A. I. L erl Director.
People from the phosphate section
May the outlook is encoursalng. Several
new plants are being built and others
repaired and the miners are getting
ready to begin active operations at an
early date. There will probably be
very little change in the business or
actual resumption of mining by the
plants that are now closed before fall
and some of them probably not before
January, but It looks better and things
ought to be good again in the proa-
phate section by the first of the year.
The gentlemen who has been getting
up the subscriptions to the opera
house bonds say they only lack about
$1.6"0 and there are several who have
not yet been seen. If you want some
of the first mortgage, fogr per cent
bonds you will have to nurry.
Tomorrow morning on the morning
local to Crystal River will go a fish-
ing and camping party. They have
rented cottages for a week on Shell
Island at the mouth of the river, will
have a launch with a man to run It
and a cook and will do nothing but
fish, bathe, rest and eat-and be eaten.
for there will probably be mosquitoes
down there. The party will consist
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mr.
and Mrs. P. G. B. Welhe. Mr. and Mrs.
C. N. Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Carroll. Merris and Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt.
Last evening at his home on Okla-
waha Ivenue. Mr. Marcus Frank was
the host at an enjoyable stag supper.
having as his guests Messrs. George
Blitch, Alfred Beck, Bert Dosh. Royal
Cole, Henry ,Sistrunk. Bob Mathews.
Dell Moody, Asher Frank and John
.Graham. The early part of the even-
ing was spent in playing whist and
other card games and at 10 o'clock
the guests gathered around the well-
laden and hospitable table. The
treat of the evening was a chicken
pillau, cooked to the queen's taste, and
the meal was topped off with Peyser's
Incomparable Grand Royals. The sup-
per and gathering was greatly enjoyed
by all, and as the guests departed at
11:30 for home each voted Marcus was
a royal good fellow.
Ocala, 2:; Eustis. 0.
The above is the result of the game
yesterday between Bustis and Ocala on
the South Magnolia street diamond.
Those who attended were eon-
fident that Ocala would win with ease.
and were not disappointed in the way
the game turned out, but It wasn't so
easy as it looked to be.
The game opened up with good
prospects and neither aide scored until
the eighth Inning when Galloway and
Islar by hard base running came in
with two tallies, the only runs scored
In the nine Innings. The Eusttis team
played an errorless game, but couldn't
get any hits, making only two during
the game as against six for Ocala.
Swan and Waher got their share of
applause by handling two hard ones,
and Eppes, Wade and' Kennedy, for
Eustis, made a beautiful double# play
when they caught Galloway at first
and Waller at the plate.
This afternoon the regular nin' will
play a scrub team. the "scrubs' .hav-
ing Brown and Waller for their bat-
tery. A good game is promised.

Mr. B. M. Howard returned last

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I. Paramore, south of town. ee Mat
Saturday evenings. there ainemlesd
quite a crowd of friends. This was
not a wedding. Mr. Booker sad Mr.
'aramora had a birthday about tAe
same time and the occasion was a
birthday supper.
The crowd enjoyed themselves fn-
mensely until 10 o'clock, when Measra.
Booher and Patimore were marched
Into the parlor and seated and the
guests began to enter the room and
placed bundles in their respective laps.
There were many guests and they
continued to enter until those two
gentlemen were almost literally urled
beneath the pile. When all had 1enish.
ed, the fortunate recipients began to
unwrap and Inspect their gifts, ad
were of course delighted to find that
their iresenbts were as useful as orna-
mental and numerous.
Supper was then served, and It was
no small feature of the o aslon The
table fairly groaned with good things
too numerous to mention. At a late
hour the guests reluctantly took their
departure, as all good things must
have an end. but all who attended will
remember It as an evening most de-
lightfully spent.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Brown. Misses Ulle and Carrie
Brown. Mrs. F. A. LeSeuer and Master
Fred Lebeuer. Mr. and Mrs. L. O.
Booher, little Miss Thelma Booher.
Mrs. Paramore. Messrs. N. L Fort
and Will Evans.
Here's hoping Messrs. B er. and
Paramore will have many happy rea
turns-and If they do not grow old
any faster, we won't object If they re-
turn more often.
Mrs. P. D)) Youngblood and her ve
children will go fto Atlanta shortly to
visit Mrs. Youngblood's.father, D. T. C.
When In need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store In Oeala.
CoL O. T. Green and family left to-
day for I)ytona Beach. where the
family will remain for the next two
months at the Daytona Beach HItel.
Col. Green staying a short time witiN
them and dividing his time between
the city and the beach.
Rose Wiolet Talcum is 6ne of the
best. 25 cents at the Poltotlce Drug.
Mrs. F. D. Roberts, formerly of Le-
von, now making her home at Hamp-
ton. was a guest of the Montezuma
last night.
The presenpude department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy,
reliability, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one *of the largest In the
country., Send us your preicriptlons.
Tydlngs & Co.
We have- a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china In many dif-
ferent pieces. The Aat(-Monopoly
Miss Alice Yonse went to Jackson-
ville this afternoon to spend 10 days
with her sister, Mrs. Otto Mente, and
brother, Mr. R. EK Tonge. Jr.
There is no better stock Of flr
writing papers In the city than we
carry. Cdme In and look It over if
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings & Co.
Mr. J. T. Peacock of Valdosta, one
of the pioneer naval stores operators
of Georgia sad Florida. Isa guest of
the Montesuma.
Bear 'in mind we carry a tuBll fine of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocals
News Company.
Mr. Lamont Tucker, from Montgom.
ery, Al, will vist his siater Mrs. P.
D. Youngblood of this city, the latte
part of the week.


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33*^ TheBayonet.
The bayonet was due to the fortu-
Sm U nate Inspiration of a Basque soldier.
who, when he and his regiment, having
Expended their ammunition, were driv-.
For Ovl en to bay on a mountain ridge near
Bayonne. suggested that they should
flx the long knives with which they
Th t awere armed into the musket barrels
|Thirty Years and charge the enemy. This advice,
which was followed with complete
success, was the means of Introducing
T oR IAI B the weapon to the notice of military

w S mT general, who was extremely well
pleased with himself, that once when
about to sally forth to a grand dance
he surveyed himself contentedly In the
-RI -mirror and then soliloquized thus:
"Ah! Thoupast all-bravery, wealth.
position, good looks. Ah, what dost
TI TIPrA I TES thou lack?
Whereupon his orderly, who, un-
known to the general, was close at
T hand, remarked:
"Sense, general, sense!"

ML P A The Difference.
Little Lester Livermore-Papi. what
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ilig Of the Floridaa sight? This book says- Mr. Liver-
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Careful estimates maae on all
contract work. oTves more and bet-
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"I'm a terror, I be," annoced the
new arrival in Frosan Dog to ome of
the men behind the bar.
"Bey" "
"Takes three men to handle maw
once I get started," he went on.
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"Oh, well," he remarked as be arose
painfully and dusted off his clothes
"of course If ye're shorthanded I sup-
pose two kin do It on a pInch."-Every-

"You say that the cook Rsamted
you? tInqumre the judge.
"He did-kicked me. your oanor."
"Where did he kick your
"Ir the pantry."-JUdge.

It is disconcerting when you have
paid out $500 for a violin and 40 Mor
a bow to find that you caa't mt a
saueak on the blamed thine without a


A nage *nd Veracious Eel Found In
Bermudian Waters.
The experienced sea fisherman takes
IeCe to kill every large conger eel as ,
0oo as It Is brought into the boat. The
conger has not only extraordinary jaw
---power-it can triturate Phellfish. shepils
t aaf jkf 1t f l and all-but Is also so abominably ac-
th-e that the fisherman's opinion of It
Mgi Redg colnellda with that held of the ludLn
hides *- fW wan_ by the western plainsman. "No good
conger except dead conger."
y o Ugly and savage brute as the conger
s, it is a lamb compared with its rela.
1 Oa #t ow ptiat. tive. the green moray of BermudLin
waters. This great eel is of an un-
naturally brilliant green and has an
eye which Is the very epitome of in-

VreV lous and savage beyond words.
The negro boatmen bare such a holy
I horror of It that they absolutely re-
fuse to allow a moray into the boat.
-J W~'m a- PIU,____ 5 An acquaintance of the writer. a ma-
rhie officer, fishing in a small boat off
Bermuda, hooked one of these fish. but
as soon as his boatman saw the hid-
eous head above the water be whipped
S- out his knife and made to cut the line.
The odcer shouted to him to stop, but
RA f had to threaten to throw the man
overboard before be would put up his
%TIj [ ai Xknife. When the great eel was pulled
over the side the negro went absolute.
ly ashy with fright. As for the moray.
Sye i d i B no sooner was it In the boat than it
doubled upon Itself, and Its jaws met
with a clash In Its own side. cutting
out a chunk of white flesh as neatly T
u as a scoop wou.M cut cheese. That
Sts. Straight N. was enough for the officer. He picked
C. Corn Whisky OtuJp) up a boatbook and forked the uncanny
creature overboard-Chambers' Jour-

tie rtsrb, d 16 H ce A MANUFACTURED CLIMATE.
w Free WI Every rMer. Method of the Paris Market Garden-
ers In Forcing Nature.
The gardeners of Paris get their
products on the market weeks before
IN PLAIN BOXES the regular season for them. This
forcing of nature is described by Er-
nest Poole In Success Magazine.
The secret Is simply this: The French
is Straight North Carolina Corn maralchers have manufactured a cli-
hislay not to be a blend-- not a mate to suit them. As one observer
pound; not n imitation but just has said, "They have moved the dli-
re corn whisky of full strength. mate of Monte Carlo up to the suburbs
of Paris."
Some new prodigy of modern sel-
ence, this? Not at all Only enor-
argest distillery in Florida mouse expense in money and in time.
The gardens, whenever possible, are
placed on land with a slope to the
south and are well protected by walls
E & C O' on the north and east, walls built to
Srteflect light as well as to give protec-
Jc *k* l tion from the northeast winds.
" jM VW o, lU- The ground is practically covered
with glass, not as in a greenhouse, but
'ree List No. 2 by glass frames. In the open. "three
light" frames of uniform size. 12 by
4% feet, and also by glass bells. These,
too, are of a uniform size. about the
shape of a chapel bell, a little less
than seventeen inches in diameter and
from fourteen to fifteen inches high.
The French call them cloches. You
may often see over a thousand frames
and over 10,000 glass bells in one two-
acre plot in the suburbs of Parts.
A more recent innovation is the em-
ployment of hot water pipes run under
Sthe sol. making of the earth a verita-
ble steam heated hotel. wlth.tels es-
TIU 'Iuh at dA C h vr0 sentlal difference, that the hotel keep.
er here is desperately eager, not to
rids I V n Ukeep"lhia guests, but to persuade them
IIV to leave on the earliest pomslble day.

niolr The most memorable wreck in the
history of the AmerIcan surf was that
s f of the bark Mexico, stranded on Hemp-
eas the steal beach, Long Isand, early in the
Morning of Jan. 3. 1837. She carried
104 passengers and a crew of twelve
ymen. Four passengers and four of the
crew were saved by a surfboat from
Of the beach under the command of Ray-
o\ nor Rock Smith. All others were
Jt frozen to death, though the wreck was
Lso close to the shore that their cries
and even some of their words were
plainly heard on the beach. It was
the story of this wreck, as published


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This is to inforn-yo that B. Gold-
man has this day by mutual agreement
withdrawn from the Guarantee ClothL
ing & Shoe company of this city, J.
Malever the solo owner of
the business, and assumes all the lia-
bilities. Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla., July 14th, 1909.
This is to inform you that on this
day the firm of Goldman & Malever,
of Ocala, Fla.. is by mutual agreement
disolved, B. Goldmat to assume all the
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$9.70 Savannah, Ga, July 26th. Limit
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$15.Z Mobile, Ala., July 31st, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
83.90-4104.6S-Los Angeles and San
Francisoo, on sale various dates.
\Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
rouO--Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
$18.70-Monteagle and Sewannee.
Tenn., July 1, 10, 17. 23, 24. 30, Au-
gust 13. and 14. Limit September
5. Stopovers allowed.
For 'further information call on ir
write. F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa. Fla.
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try

The &Ao he MAId mswree M wao A
Dir e t to Kn.
There a desruptim of a I-Mh
to Mrs. Maud Hwe Bontt bklee.
"Sua and Shadow la Spm.- bVt thu
is a record of a meetlog wifb a -=&
dore la the stuao o the coust paller,
Don Jose Viflga, ad tthe 0 la
conversation, a part et whitkh aeN
the bellghter in an manmiedl a
tie light. It also makes plst theO UR-
dametal reason why Amnmus eo
ject to t-nflgbt
"How many bulls have you klDir
some one asked of the matdue." '
"In tweaty-five yeean 1 have kiled
3,00 bulls."
"Were yu ever afraldT
"I have been aftald emy. eny
times. On thewe noeema I put my
trust tn may I ad ra a as t as I
"The bull, however, is the moblest et
animals and the bravest. He never
makes a cowardly attack tfrh beled.
He Is so frank. He s tmrible, though.
A man needs nerve to ee him when
be comes Into the ring pawing te
earth and bellowing."
"Will you tell us about do te t t
was the hardest of ad to kIdr
The matadon's f ae chagmd.
"He was a white bV" he said dow-
ly, "and he didn't want to fAght Whet
he first came Into he pit his mne tn
my hand. He followed me about 1No
a Uttle dog. I led him wIt.the Mde
wherever I wanted to go Te, that
was the hardest ba of al to M."

A Test by Which May Be Diserned
the Digital EAuvi.
There It an -vp-rlmut, firat made
by Dr. J. Maxwell, advocate general at
the court of appeals In Pari, a die
Utnguiaed MMtra and physician,
which may be repeated In any drawing
Place a screen covered with a dark
colored cloth In front of a window so
that the light fails iful aupon It. Be-
tween the window and the areen put
the subject of your experiment. et
him hold his hands, ipalm toward the
breast, finger tips touching, I such a
position that they are projected against
the dark background of the screen.
Then bid him slowly separate his
bands keeping the fingers extended
widly. Standing behind him you will
observe a sort of bluish gray clod
which seems to unite one hand to the
other. Eight people out of ten will
see this, ays Vance Thompona to
Hampt's Magaine. In 00 tests
made by Dr. Maxwell personally 50
folk of one sex and the other discerned
the digital effdvla; about 5 per ent
saw It tinged a decided blue. two saw
It yellow to tone, and nla one noetasce
the spectator saw It of a reddish hue.
The experiment succeeds best In a
warm room. Cold and damp .mt
against t. The duration of lbfity
Is four or five second.

Rammed by a Shark.,
The strangest shark story which
ever came to the writer's ears was of
a shark that charged a steamer. This
was In Queen Chailotte's sound. and
an account of the Incident appeared In
a Vancouver paper. The captain of
the steamer, which waa small craft
of only fifty tons or s, saw the shark
on the surface on the port how eand
could/not retls the tempsteor .f tak-
ing sotat it with shi fle. He hit
bis mark, whereupon the monster, said
to have been fully twenty feet to
length, deliberately charged the steam-
or. The boat quivered from stem (o
stern, and the captain said afterward
that it was like striking a reck. After
this display of temper Master Shark
had had enough of It and sank out of
sIghtL-T. C. Bridges i Chambers'


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The editor of a newspaper whose
policy It Is to print maWr lettrM fum
correspondents. in newibgor*g towai
recently received such a comnmaea-
ton from his representative nl one
place as to which he was not qute
sure. He could not decide whether
the correspondent was uncoectmarily
humorous or whether he was endeav-
oring to comply wit the standing a-
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on the lookout for any little tmch eof
humor that may brighten up our eeli
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