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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 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03222
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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, Washlagton. D. C.. July 1.-Presi-,
deat Taft will win his fight for free
or reduced rates of duty on raw ma-
terials. Nearly every member of the
conference committee on the tariff bill
conceded this. The indications are
that when the tew tariff bill becomes
a law the rates on the articles which
the president desired to come In free
will be as follows:
Iron ore, free; present rates 40 cents
per ton.
Oil free: now protected by counter.
valuing duty.
Hides, 7% per cent ad valorem; pres.
eat rate 15 per cent.
Coal, 46 cents per ton; present rate.
17 cents.
Lmber. probably 51.25 on routh,
with Senate rates on finished. This
would be a material reduction through-
out the lumber schedule.
"About ten years aeo my brother
was 'ield-up in his work, health and
happiness b what was believed to be
hopeless coe-hwjtioA," writes W. R.
iseomb, of Washlarton, N. C. "He
took all kind of remedies and treat-
ment from several doeteors. but found
no help till hbe used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He Is a well man today."
It's quick to relieve and the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr-
hages, coughs and eos, bronchitis, la
grippe, asthma, and all bronchial at-
fections. e and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
Will Meet on the Bridge at El Pase
Some Day This Fall
Washington, July 18.-Ambasador
de la Barra. of Mexico, and Secretary
of State Knox arranged today the de-
tails of the meeting of President Taft
and President Dias this fall. The ex-
act date was left open.
The two presidents will meet at the
center of the bridge between El Paso,
Texas, and Juares, Mexico, and it will
have to be the exact center of the Rio
Grande, as neither president Is sup-
posed to be allowed to leave the coun-
try during his term of ofAce.
Over Mr. Taff will wave the Stars
and Stripes and over Mr. Dias the ,m-
blem of, Mexico. An amphitheater las
to be built along the bridge so that
men and women of both nations can
see the two distinguished heads of
government and listen to what they
means that man and wire have lived
to a gsod old age and consequently
have kept healthy. The best way to
keep healthy is to see that your liver
does Us duty 365 days out of 365. The
only ray to do this Is to keep Bal-
lard's Herbine in the house and take
It whenever your liver gets Inactive.
60 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug-
Considerably Thins Out the Population
of the Little Tewn of Union, Miss.
Union. Miss., July 18.-One old cow.
which would not have brought $25 on
the market, caused a bloody pistol
battle in the streets of this little town
yesterday. It resulted in the killing
of two men, the fatal injuring of two
more and the serious wounding of an-
All the men in the bloody battle are
prominent in this section of Mississip-
pi and number many relatives in New.-
tob county. Consequently it was be-
lieved at first that further strife would
result, but indications are that no one
will be left to answer to the law for
the tragedy.
Everyone would be benefited by tak-
ing Foley's Orino Laxative for stom-
ach and Hliver trouble and habitual
constipation. It sweetens the stom-
ach and .breath, gently stimulates the
liver and regulates the bowels and is
much superior to pills and ordinary
laxatives. Why not try Fley's Orino
Laxatre today? Sold by all drauggists.
Valdosta, Ga., July 1l--Warrants
have been sworn out against ten near
beer dealers here charging them with
selling Intoxicants. 'It Wnnerty, a
white man. caused them to be issued.

It Is said a young man was used as a
"tester" as to the intoxicating qual-
Ities of the liquids and that his jag
was genuine.
is always found n me same Douse
with Ballard's Snow Iiniment. It
keeps every member of the family free
from aches and pains, It heals cuts,
burns and scalds and cures rbeuma-
tism, neuralgia, lumbago and all mua-
cular soreness and stlRem. 35e, ee
and $1 a bottle. At all druggists.
Chattanooga, Tenn, July 13.-When
officers attempted to prove that neat-
beer drinks, which have come into
common use since Tennessee went dry,.
were Intoxicating. J. L. Walton was
placed on the stand in the city court
yesterday without having eaten break-
fast. He drank 25 glasses of the bev-
erages. After a sufficient length of
time had elapsed and be was found

A Big Special for Monday
and Tuesday Only

8 x90 Pepeel7l aed Sheets, Seamless

FotfetIy 75 and 85 cents


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The Underselling Store

Heard from Mexico-The Long Reign
of Diaz May be Drawing
to a Close
Mexico City, July 18.-The Mexican
authorities claim that this govern-
ment has no evidence of any revolu-
tionary plot such as that reported
from San Antonio.
Conditions in Mexico are more agi-
tated than for sopV years owing' to
the approaching presidential election
In 1910. President Diazs, renominated
for the seventh time. Is unopposed.
His running mate. Vice President Ro-
man Carrol, is bitterly opposed by a
large element which is clamoring for
the election of Gen. Bernado Reyes.
Reyes Insists he Is not a candidate.
but administrative papers accuse him
of treachery.
It has been charged that he has been
secretly conducting a campaign in the
army, where he Is very popular, and
that his real ambition is to supplant
The native press is Indulging in
much talk about revolutions. Some few
days ago a small quantity of arms and
ammunition was seized in the little
border town of Fuerte. between Chi-
huahua and Sonora. The fight there
Is local and between two guberna-
torial candidates. Reade and Forbal.
The latter has been designated an ad-
herent of Reyes by administration or-
gns and some of his followers have
been Imprisoned.

the merits of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rheumatic trouble. S2 bottle two
month's treatment. Sold by druggists
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.
To the Young Scion ef the House of
Chicago, III., July 88.-According to
a cable, Baron Oscar Rothschild. the
youngest son of Baron Rothschild, of
Vienna, sulcided because his family
prevented him from marrying the
beautiful Chicago girl, Olga Menn, a
daughter of Dr. Rudolph Menn, the at-
tending physician at the local German
hospital. Rothschild met the woman
at the physician's dinner party, ar-
ranged shortly after Rothschild had
brought a friend to Chicago to take
treatment In the hospital, two months
ago. It was a case of love at first

often receive severe )urns putting out
Afres, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and forget them. It soon drives out
pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts
and bruises It's ear's s greatest healer.
Quickly cures skin eruptions, old sores,
boils, ulcers, felons; best pile cure
made. Relief is Instant. 26c at all


S.L Hall has been re-elected presi-
dent of the Lemon Bay Fruit company.
This company owns a splendid grove
some miles south of Sarasota, and they
hope soon to pay very handsome div-
Iends. They will ship quite a quan-
tity of fruit the coming season.-New
York Produce News.

attended by the hilghest priced baby
specialist could not be cured or stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby If you gtiv it
McGee's Baby Elixir. Cures diarr-
hoea, dysentery and all derangements
of the stomach or bowels. Price 25

Aeronaut Curtiss Says Running an
Aeroplane is Easy as Running '
An Automobile
New York, July 18.-Glenn H. Cur-
tiss of Hammondeport, an inventor,
yesterday morning drove his aeroplane,
the "Gold Bug," at the rate of fifty
miles an hour, circling Hempatead
Plains, Long Island, seven times, a
distance of 2S miles and remaining up
for fifty-three minutes. "The "Gold
Bug' would have stayed up Indefinite-
ly," said Curtiss, "but the gasolene ran
short. It is as easy as running an an.
tomobile." Thousands watched the

Is what could truthfully be said of
many children who die. They have
worms, poor little things-they don't
know it and you don't realize it. If
your child is cross, fretful, pasty
complexioned and loses weight for
no apparent reason, give it White's
Cream Vermifuge. You will be sur-
prised at the results and how quickly
it picks up. Sold by all druggists.

Washington, July 18-If Congress
adjourns before July 24, President Taft
will on that day attend a reunion of
Confederate veterans at Fishers Hill,
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

Paris, July 18.-A son was born yes-
terday to the Princess de Sagan. who
was Miss Anna Gould of New York.
Prince Helle de Sagan and Mme. Gould
were married July 1, i9S8, after her di-
vorce from Boni de Castellane.
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
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.


Plans and Speclfcations Furnished
Upon Request.
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Phone 180. OCALA. FLA




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Immensm Quesatitis of c sars aMd
Tebmsee to Come in Free fem
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Washington, July 18--President Taft
will win another deelded victory in the
Philippine free trade provision. The
subcommittee which has been con-
sidering this section has decided to
permit the free admission of 1s,000,-
cigars annually, as requested by the
president, instead of 70*,e,nM as
would be admitted under a Senate
.It is expected the Philippine section.
as approved by the subcommittee, will
be adopted. It provides for the free
admission of 3@,000 pounds of wrap-
per tobacco and 160.- pounds of
filler tobacco and 300.00M tons of sau-
With the exception of rice and the
limitation placed upon tobacco and su-
gar, all articles, "the growth, product
and manufacture of the Philippine Is-
lands," will be admitted free. The in-.
elusion of the words "or manufacture"
is the subject of criticism in many

Many people with chronic throat
and lung trouble have found comfort
and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar
as It cures stubborn coughs after other
treatment has failed. -L Rugles.
Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Honey and
Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and
pain in my lungs and they are now as
sound as a bullet." Sold by all drug-

In His New '*er-.lans for Over Six-
teen Minutes
Washington, July 18.-After many
mishaps the new Wright aeroplane
yesterday successfully navigated the
air making the best record for Wright
since the accident last faIL The aero.
plane was guided by Orville and was
traveling at the rate of forty-five
miles an hour and the height of 85 to
90 feet and remained In the air 16%
minutes. The descent was without dif-
ficulty. The two brothers could not
disguise their satisfaction at the re-
sult of the test, and were heartily cOp.
gratulated. ,

When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, Im-
prove the appetite and regulate the

American Soldiers Will Wear Cotton
Clothes in Summer
Washington, July 18.-The United
States army has discarded khaki. The
service uniform in the future will be
an olive drab cotton cloth. Nine hun-
dred thousand yards are needed each
The khaki was Intended particularly
for use in the tropics, but it has been
found to be too warm. The War De-
partment said that It could get in Eng-
land the kind of khaki used by British
troops in India and Africa, but the
government decided against purchas-
ing material abroad and decided on the
American made cotton.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
been successfully used in nine epi-
demics of dysentery. It has never
been known to fail. It is equally val-
uable for children and adults, and
when reduced with water and sweet-
ened, it is pleasant to toke.

First Report of Greek Earthquake was
Too Fierce
Athens. Greece. July 18.-The esti-
mates of the dead from the earthquake
which occurred in southern Greece
Thursday are considerably diminished.
At first it was believed that 300 had
lost their lives. Now it Is reported
that only twenty-six are dead.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham-
-berlain's Collc Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained'on board the trains or steam-
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diarr-
hoea, and It is best to be prepared.
Tuscaloosa. Ala. July 18.-Arthur
Cook, an employee of the. Holt furnace
here, was killed yesterday afternoon
by the explosion of a can of powder
into which he had thrown a lighted
match after using It to light a cigar-
ette. Three companions were only
slightly shocked.
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble could realize their
danger they would without loss of
time commence taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. This great remedy stops the
pain and the Irregularities, strength-
ens and builds up these organs and
there Is no danger of Bright's disease
or other serious disorder. Do not dis-
regard the early symptoms. Sold by
all druggists.


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A mer ralro d from Quitman. Ga.
o Taahmam-. via Monticello, Is prae
Utsafty asr.L

Jedge W. M. Ingraham. a leading
sitSie. of St. Algn-thi*. died In that
eity Saturday. aged .- years.

The afid of ok. 8. J. Hilburn of
Palatk mre gmroola him for a candid.
date for Peank Clark's seat In Con-

Dr. WIUlam Onler has reached the
age of Ue, and to be consistent should
an In a friad with a bottle of chloro-

The revolution I Persia rpads like
a chapter out of the Arabian Nights.
i will probably rest t the big gent
PUIs ameait the eatire country.
a . 1Wlsges4 wife of the clerk
of the cire lt eourt of Alachua coun-
ty. died at her home In O(lnesville
faturday. bhe was In her sIlty-fSrst

The peblbltlolets of Bristol, or
rather Gedwla. V., ay they can
preve 127 wet votes were mUlally east
In the recent wet or dry .elction. If
they eaa. that oaess 1d the desert will
prove to be a mirage.

Major Healey. the well known Vo-
luslh c-aty .pol tilaa, is daoserously
sirk. The doctors say his complaint
is leakage at the heart. The old man's
whiskers ever leaked, no matter what
his heat may do.



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SThere is another snarl in tampa nail.
a Itarry creles. Captain Moreno has been
relieved of the command of the poet
Sand Capt. Max P. Morits appointed in
his stead until the charges against the
first named tficer are Investigated.

The meeti a of the orange growers
Tampsa next Thursday will not be
t 'ess Importaace tq the welfare of the
rowers than the previous meetings
for the organisation of the Florida
Citru" Eeahange, which ls to have its
headquarters toIn Tampa.
Mr. LH M. Hampton, attorney of
Oeala, will lead a large delegation from
S" the Brick' City for Shell Island In a
*few days,. divided between stags and
stagees.-mCrystal River News.
Sweet The "StagueW" Is an Important
addition to Florida fauna.

4 Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pensacola,
who announced saturday that he
weuld ake the race for United States
nator, Is one of the Vest-known and
mait successful lawyers and public
tme. lathe state His attainments are
are of the solid rather tlAn the.hvowy
kind. Be will make the other candl-
datea hustle, and If elected will be an
honor to the state.

The thermometer registered 104 in
the shade at Houeton last Monday: but
while the average citizen was petition-
. nlag province for leave to "pull off
his skin and sit In his bones." George
Balley was sitting up to a red-headed
Texas widow and sitting very close.-
Norfolk Vlrgllnian
GWeorg must be first cousin to the
Fagm who could go through Hades with
i o evercoat oe.
AAijtfat C(eaeral $fster. of the
Slorida state troops, Is endeavoring td
( hI a spna-r ack constructed from
Yukon, a small statiOn on the AtlHmtle
Ca"st Xne, to the grounds, of Camp
Bryan, at Black Point Since the camp
grounds were established by the Flor-
Ids legislature this Improvement has
S.been contemplated, but It is only re-
gently that the matter has been taker
up In an official way.
SThe iuatis team played the Orala
a te Tuesday and Wednesday. The first
game resulted In a score of 1 to 10 In
favor of Ocala and the second game 2
to C for Ocala. The boys seems to go
to pieces on Tuesday, but Wednesday
they got on their mettle and what
Ocala got was by hard work.-Eustis
SLake Regclor.
Well. by the great horn spoon!-
Shere's rone Florida paper which doesn't
blame It on the umpire. Give the Lake
Region a medaL
Castro puts up a pitiful plea for a
grave In Veneszuela. No doubt the
government at the Caracas would wil.
SIngly grant it If he will furn.4h the
opportunity by dying. Likewise we
are confident the sooner the opportun-
Ity t riven, the greater the alacrity
with which It would be embraced.-
yavannat News.
Its a safe bet that Castro is at least

as acceptable to the people of his own
country as foreigners, or those who
trickle to them.
The Japanese system of philosophy
teaebes that death Is the easiest means
f emapinam from the troubles of life,
dad from statistics published in a
Srepch economic journal It is seen that
sueMde is omethlai appalling, so faI
as numbers are concerned in the "land
.i of the Chrysanthemum." *rom 1819
to 197 7.00 cases were recorded: from
I 18 to 112 there were 8.000. In 1903
the number exceeded 9.eeW, and In 1904
It wds 190.0. f:xty per cent of the
vietime were men and 40 per cent wq-

SThe Nati al mEducational Associa-
tife, assembled In convention In Den-
Ver. ofcilly pronounced against the
h scheel "trats." The action was
taisa en the around that the spirit ofl
the "rat" was opposed to the spirit ot
omeecy In the schools. This atelon
r.meaNts the national organisation o
f the school teachers of the United
itnts It may therefore, be taken for
Sarated that It represents the collec-
tive wisdom as well as the collective
experiencee of the teachers from all



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treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to ucs a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is
the only constitutional cure on the
market It is taken internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and m'i-
.cus surfaces of the system. They o(-
fer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druvg-
gists. 75e. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.

New York. July 19.-The south
tubes of the Hudson and Manhattan
Railroad company, commonly known
as the McAdoo tunnels, running under
the North river, from the Hudson ter-
minal buildings to the Pennsylvania.
Erie and Lackawanna railroad sta-
tions, will be completed and ready for
operation on that day, but failure on
the part of the car builders to deliver
sufficient equipment makes it possi-
ble to operate then only that portion
of the line from theoHudson terminal
,buildings to the Pennsylvania railroad
Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ha-
zel Salve when you ask for It. There
are a great many imitations, but there
is just one original. This salve is good
for anything where a salve is needed
to be used. but Is especially good for
piles. Sold by all druggists.

New York. July 18.-Alexander
Williams, a frightened amateur, sit-
ting like a wooden man, went up at
dawn yesterday in Glenn H. Curtiss'
aeroplane, which hovered a moment
in midaid then crashed to earth.
The beautiful craft in which Cur-
tiss made his remarkable flight yes-
terday was totally wrecked andI the
would-be aviator was lifted uncon-
scious from the twisted frame. his left
arm broken, his left thumb dislocated.
his body bruised and his brain reel-
ing. His injuries are not serious. The
accident occurred on Hempstead
Plains. Mineola. where Curtiss has
been giving demonstrations.

Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfume powders and
soars of the iner grades. Tydings &

FOR SALE---Protographs of the 37
horses that were shot and buried July
7th. The size of the pictures, which
were taken in front of the courthouse
and as the animals lay dead in the
trenches, is 10x12. Price 50 cents. To
be had of Tompkins & Cobb.

neglect. You owe them all the at-
tention and care that they may need.
They (-et Careful Attention Here
DR. 1). M. BONEY.
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary


Paris. July 18.-A report that the
Duchess de' Chaulnes. formerly Miss
Theodora Shonts of New York. whose
husband died April 24. 1908, is engag-
ed to Prince Joachin M.urat. is being
circulated here in spite of the strong
denials of the prince's father.

FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on first floor:
all conveniences. Also one nicely fur-
nished bedroom on second floor, one-
half block from A. C. L. depot. Apply
34 Oklawaha avenue.

An 0lght-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at onve. H. W. Tucker. the
-lectrical supply man.

The be!-t pills made are's
Little Early Risers, the famous little,
liver pills. They are small, gentle,
pleasant, easy to take and act prompt-
ly. They are sold by all druggists.

SConventions held every Mon-
lday evening in Castle Hall,
over Pcyser's store. A cordial
we'l:ome to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.

1. 0. 0. F..I
Tulula Lodge. No. 28'
I. O. O. F. meets ev-
-Ocnry Tuesday evening
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
W. C. TlMinchard. N. U.
31. 3M. Little. Secr-tary.

'NO. 114 F. 0. E.

S -- M..tas every first and
third Wedlnsday even-
in- at 8:13 ot!ock. Visiti:ig brethren
alway-s w-.lcorni.
WI. '. Ditto. President.
W. C. Moors'. Seretary.

Me< ts Thursday evenings at 7.30. at
Yong.'s lHa!!. W. Gra. C. of R. i

are. apt and beautiful. and several of
the congregation remarked that it was
the best sc-rmn of the series that the
reverend gentleman has pr4 ached since
he came here and that each sermon is
better than its predecessor. all of which
speaks well fo.r the place he has al-
ready established in the hearts of his
Several members of the choir being
absent, Mrs. Will Goin presided at the
organ while the other places were
filled by Mrs. E. H. Mote and Mrs.
Van Hood.. Mrs. Mote sang a solo
before the sermon. "Nearer My God
to Thee." arranged to the beautiful
Scotch air of "Robin Adair.' In its
.sw et notes, deep pathos and beau-
ttful rendering it was one of the most
exquisite gams ever heard in the Bap-
tist church.


S1ca Dish
.- is made in this way:
2 SStir a pckageof

^-~ Powder
into a quart cf mill and
frut ze it. That can be dune
I in almut ten minutes.
Th.-rei.A nothinr.-to add.for
the powder .;pplie8 every-
Sthan,. and theie i no e,'k-
i'ug or anything else to do.
You will have t*'o quarts
cf deli,-ios i-e cream for tie
usual co-.t of two dishes.
2 ch e Sc ts r 25 cesf.
E':urt-ed l ecpe :ok Free.
The aGesc PoreFee..IC.LeLoy, N.Y..

F. & A. M. For Sale by

Sdri.n.nDnn 1WLod e T. W. TROXLER
V u t.-m,,l, on the first and *
Stird TImir~ldav even-
ings of aich month. Visiting brothers
cordialiy invit. d. J. A. Bouvier, W. IM. Eta l
W. V. Wh.,-l.-r. S.ecrtary. A

ulTr cn ition o Life Assurance Society
,gu ai]ar *,*nv.' '-tions of tt" Oca!a;

';a;iet?. r N.. 1?, R. A. .. on the 4t0: ii t \cry n. nth at s p. m.
N. I ,-.ttli,.h, H. P.
Jak, Ilrown.. tory.

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The Prodfis in the


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I will place an electric smoothing
iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon rt quest at my office, or by card
or phone. They arc the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in
hot wi-ather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and I-%at only where it is
wanted. II. W. TUCKER.


I am prepared to take any Job of
T.aintinL 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
1 right. Houses painted Inside and out.
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
v..rnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. 0. Box 135, or I.ave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala, Fla. tf

How is that. This Is not an auto-
mohbi!. but one of those new 8-inch
WVcszinchous- -1,,e.tri( fans that I
!'ave just rL c.iv' .. Let me place one
or two of them In your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical ~upnnV man.

The Florida'Packlng & Ice 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. elsewh Ire In this
issue. The ice is made from pure
distilled water and Is first-class.


On road from (Teala to Williston.
A black sack coat on the cork screw
order, and a light tan coat. with
stripe, with Masonic badge pinned on.
il-;l .. ........a an e rowarrd for their

If you are I can help you to throw

off the Chains of slavery
and become a free man, a home owner. I have many homes, city and country.
small. medium priced and large that I can sell you cheap for cash, or nearly
as cheap on most liberal terms, a small payment down and Just a little more
each month. than you would pay In rent, with the addition of S% nateest.


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"Who was 1. who was transfigured and DON CARLOS IS DEAD SUNDAY'S HOLIDAY SLAUGHTER
changed In appearance on that oc -
slon?' she asked. hopefully. Afte a Pretender to the Spanish Throne and Twenty-One Dead and Many More
moment of tho-ughtful silenc.-, 'kur Made More Useless Trouble than Injured During the Afternoon
healtatingly raised his hand. Any Other Man in Europe and Evening
he cat Just rL e m. .er hi nti. Romep Italy. Junr 19.-Dnn Carlos. Brlin. July 19.-Four persons were
had bu to s sp n t twenty pretendr to the Spanish throne. died kil!-d and more than a dozen others
and be went to sleep and i t twenty yesterday at Varese in Lombardy. H' were ftjured as the result of the ex-
Syearshad been 111 a long tim- with apoplexy pl.. con of a motorcycle and the fire
CUT DOWN THE CAPTIONS H" was bo-n at Laybach. Australia. which followed during a cycle race at
on March 29. lA. 15- the old Botanic gardens last night.
Referring to the proposition of the rincinnati. O.. July 19.-A gasoline'
Times-Union to shorten the name of DISTINGUISHED LADY DEAD 'launch carrying a pleasure party re-
Jacksonville to Jackson. and abbrv-; -- turnmn from an outing up the river.
late the names of some other citi.s. Mrs. J. Addison Hayes, Daughter of ;'apz!ed oft Coal Haven. Ky.. on the
the Tampa Tribune perpetrates the Jefferson Davis Ohio river, three miles east of the city
following atrocity: I Colorad., Springs. July 19-Mr. J. ist night. Pve persons were drewn-
"We would surely not count it ill if Addison Iayes., daughter of the late ed an fourn others were rescued by
Jacksonville should drop its *ville' andl j ffer,,n Davis. president of the r mn.
sporting under shorter nam0-. pursue onfeds.racy. died last night at her New York. July *" -Ten fternon.
Its certain path of fame. a home in this city after an illness of tw"redrowned yesterday, aftrnn.the
"Abbreviation is the fad and journal- 1 several months. two f them little girl-a whpn the ex-
Ism 'has It bad,' so why not dare it uo cursion sloop Roxana. carrying 22
its worst, and 'cut' all syllables save ;,ass ngers, was capsized by a sudden
the nrat? REV. S. F. GALE squall on the lower bay. The dead
-"Lt Jacksonville become plain Jack' il Scandin.vians. The captain of
-no knorktr dare that name at'ack- The R e S. F. Gaic. A. M.. D. D.. a the Roxana and twelve survivors were
it's brif t swet and t catch to- r-.sident of Jacksonvillc twenty- piek..di up by the tug Lamon.
but wbief i would -ther neits O -ix y-ar-. li,.'fl at hiz r.-sider.c in t.iat Uti, N. V.. July 19.--. W Sha-
-"Would Mnyes and Tyler chortle (ity Prld-rt ,v-ning. Dr (,ae wis for r.-. ',I sixty-eA tt.( of Onie,!a. prs.-
whrn they saw their city listed 'Pen'? t- 'enty-thr.,-- years superintend, nt for dent of the .Catinal Casket company.
Would please 'UncleHenrys eye to Florida (and sometimes Georgia. Ala-'wa- t tantly killed and his wife and
WoMld it please uto Ml' hama and North ('ar,aina) of Congr- two sisters-in-law possibly fatally In-
"Or Walter Thompson smile in glce national hoorm. missions, organizing and jured in an automobile accident near
to lost the 'West' and hold the *Key'? establishing upon a permanent basis Canastota last night.
rTwould suit Polk county better far- over one hundred churches. Dover. N. J_ July 19.-Mrs. William
t hasa Law, then why not 'Bar'? During these years he has been one Hardin. of Patterson. N. J.. was killed
"MIt rear's burg would rave ome of the b-rst known clergymen in the in an automobile accident near here
Mrepains by shortening wouits nam e to 'Gains.' Southpastern states. For several years tonight. Her husband was driving the
paib shortening its nam 'Gra- he had b-en in declining health and car and was slightly injured as were
makeAphere's a laor-ainp. since February he had be*n confined to two younger sons.
make Apalachieola 'Ap.' h. bed.
"The Harris-Bittinger town would his bed.
grow as rapidly if known as 'O.' Let ru. Gale was bornr 11 1 He as prlainfi ared AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
'atka' lde-henceforth Its 'Pal'; like- February 11. a,42. He was pem red T
wise *ahnssee.'-make it 'Tal.- fr college at Barre Academy. Barre, The hot weather and the absence
"What sweettr name than simple ermont from the city of a large number of
C'Kss' for 'Garden City,' home of bliss? leopl, is very mu.-h In evidence at the
And for a city free from taint, what services of the various churches. and
more appropriate than 'Saint'? -. -while this holds good at the First Bap.
"Let Punta Gorda have its 'Pun.' and. tist church. the series .yesterday
Dunnellon be ever 'Dun.' Let Picnic were well attended. The pastor. Rev.
take its own dear 'Pic,' and Micanopy i H. E. Gabby. took for his theme the
shrink to 'Mic.' "Ranner of God." and founded his re-
"Why use the whole blamed alpha- 4 marks on a portion of the 60th Psalm.
bet? Why make the postal experts fret? ",- He gave a vryv interesting account of
And. as for us. why call us 'Tam'-we '- - t:', origin and meaning of oanners
wouldn't cae a single --" emong the armies of th,- world: also
YOUR APPEARANCE spoke of the various tribes of the
There more ata this se- Will not suffer fyou ae to wea children of Israel being designated by
There is more catarrh In this Be<- Wtheir banners while in the wilderness.
tion of the country than all other dis-t
eases put together, and until the last spectacles. But of "God's Banner." he said it stood
few years was supposed to be incur- They are improving to most peo- for lib-rty, freedom and victory, and
able. For a great many year. doctors pole's looks when fitted by one who thatt floats hghr and stands for
more to the uiman race than any
pronounced it a local disease and pre understands how. worldly flag that ever was known. Mr.
ascribed local remedies, and by con-
*msc f.bltnn. a enr, b with ll' d" Your eyesight Is too precious to Gabby's expositions and illustrations
stni f gii to curf- with Inca!


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K. t P. tM s evening.
SCity eilwe meets tomorrow night.

; .. ''* COdd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Rtiies wmt Wednesday evening.

Ka and Tuesday - '"-
H i "'1 wSherf Galloway went to Dunnellon
J1 y19th and 20tho
SO da and~ Tue da A few of those Diamond Edge Safety
idy 1%,, 2 t Rars left at the Court Pharmacy.
SMr. I& R. Chal, returned from the
Iske this morning.
- Note the prices we are offering p nng. .1 To.
uree standards and fever. 5 W ent.
rugtthMrs. W. r. McAteer Is visiting rel-
S uI OneativesatBushnell.
b o^d fgthese at about one-third""- a1'"me^
5 or S doses *W will cure any case
Sreular prices All nyou r' .fver. Price
t t fin t Mrs. S. Frink has gone to Martin
o O W for a few days visit .
Strut 4 price the Mr. Cletha Hendrix of Coleman is
in town for a few days.
iRead carefully: Plaks ChM Tone guaranteed to
me eChils and fever. s5 eants.

L Ix, 'Orex" a s Ru8, Jj Andrew Carnegie has given $100,000
eeee ....a. ,* to the Anti-Baloon League.
K '-y *.. .---- - .... .. -.-- .... --- ..... o-
1= O Q 6 S^ or 4 dose "sW will cure any ease
" ZW iDnh of U CMBsA ed ever. Price 25c.
S-------for._..---------....-.. -..--
....... Mrs. Jesse ?eely of Lake Weir Is
Sinch Crex" Or B Rug. .vsitlt her mother, Mrs. Mayo.
he . .-.. ..........-... ... .... ...... Mrs. J. M. Neely and daughter of
OIlawaha, were in the city today.
3 - ----- Mrs. Fully leaves tomorrow for a
S' ..........- ....-......... .......... ... visit to her old home in Kentucky.

x7S 3uoh Velvet Rugs, Mr. L. J. Brumby left yesterday for
S" ... ..... ..... --.-.... --. -- ....--- a visit to Jacksonville and Savannah.

SOf6O'n "Axainintir" RU ff l Another shipment of hard water
a =sop Just In at the Postofflce Drug-
r ............. .- .-.- .---.-. ... tore.
.-4z/ inch "Axminister" Rugs, Mr. T. H. Wallis and children have
S, -returned from their visit to Savan-
.o .. .. *.............. .__- ----- ....... ...* *nab.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
9 -pOK AT THE general agents.

So tt Mrs. W. H. Wilson, of Tmpa,. s in
:" "p to s the eity. visiting her parents and

S .... Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em
f ^ ^N : m .^ S .at quick and Is non-poisonous. 25 cents
*at the PostoUce Drugstore.
S4t Misses Minnie Lee and Katherine
SCarlisle are visiting friends in Mic-
I (. quick and Is non-poiso* 2 cents, .
W ERE Y0 WLL BE TRE T" Do not forget that you can find any-
S- -. '. thing you want In crockery and glass-
...- -_- -_"-_ware at the Ocala News Co.
S *, Mrs. F. J. Huber will go to Bronson
TYE" l' In a few days to spend a month with
rB a-"-' "" -T relatives
Nyal's Roach Powder kills 'em quick
and is non-poisonous. 25 cents at the
Postofflee Drugstore.
Miss Nellie Stevens returned yes-
V terday to her work In the normal at
.,... The srael BrIownI. house located Gainesville.
,8 Street I tl "A-. Try a box of that sunburn cream,
for sunburn and freckles, at the Court
gogne, one lock from Oklawahla Pharmacy.
-- nVue], for iale. Prie' Miss Mary Connor returned today
,from a visit to Mrs. George MacKay
_at the lake.

$0 0 Ut. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
.each; $7.50 per dosen.
T mF s meMiss BSsie Nlblack of Dunnelon is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. M. L.
S,. Durand, In this city.
SWe have a most exquisite line of
".,,'. fancy imported china in many dit-
^' A "' Drustoferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly

5 The Messrs. Jeffcoat and Bob Math.

"m cuvAL CO H A RA ews spent Saturday and Sunday
RWL C*O O AR, morning at Lake Weir.
.' -FOR RENT-My residence recently
---------------- .94.# occupied by Mr.AH. C. Judd, No. 24
-^t/ tmWatula street. Apply Dr. J. Waiter
AJ SC ULEp Hood. 7-lOtf

S LORIDAS LD EST COLLEE Miss Zemp. the attractive guest of
. LORIOAS OLD EST COLLEGE MMissa Margaret Anderson. returned to
SINE AMT OMSTIC AND IOUSTRIAL ARTS, AND The pride of the court Pharmacy is
S, U ES Its prescription department. Pure
C ggle H all and third means dormitory now completed; electric drugs only are used. which are select-
S-' ti atam a@ 0frasaee "beat: large faculty; perfect health coadl- ed by men of experience.
gv M, ftef gymnaglum. athletic feodh. boating, tennis courts, golf lInis;
S. m. batl!et tea boatlpo tenans cors golf lins. Mrs. Chas. E. Culbreath and little
1 1 1 *M**H s fotbai and basketball teams champions of Florida In ilO. daughter Sarah returned today from
S4, ri a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; daughter eksarah returned today from
V "., uMps available; Christian but undenominational; stands for a two week visit to the lake.
CUI.-J E ll E :: rT Mr. H. C. Judd returned Sunday
x fro m the lake. He says he didn't
*,. For Catoal ue AddAles te iw PraMt find the water anywhere over his head.
K V -pair mi M FOR RENT-PFive-room house near
umpming station. Apply to H. C.
-----n-:-n---..o..o.o Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works. Ocala,
I!- - -la. -4-25-t
Mr. P. B. Bowie. foreman of the Star
job oftce, Is able to be up again. but
Is yet too weak to attento attend to business.
SM ATS N D VEGETABLES Mr. W. V. Wheeler. bookkeeper at
-the Commercial Bank, returned yes-
W]trM B Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef, teray from his vacaUon I Tennesee., An mm.'s Star Ham, Armour' Pork Bear In mind we carry a full line of
-. .- 8mage., Rutabagas, Nrpip,. Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
-. SotPOat7o0Po e 8 l O o fontain ens from $1 up, at the Ocala

-AD aThe Baraca class of the Baptist
r. .e En church will have a social Thursday
SP e 1E: 1 V V^ A L K) S evenfng at the home of Dr. and Mrs.

Mr. Tucker will put on vaudeville
at the Air Dome. beginning tonight.
and if he receives proper support will
keep It on all summer.
Mr. Lester Bernard, a song and
dance artist, arrived this afternoon
and will be on tht boards Ibnlght. He
is very popular in Jacksonville. Tam-
pa and other places in the state where
he has appeared, and the Star guar-
antees that he will please an Ocala
There will be three reels of pictures,
and if they are anywhere near as good
as those of Saturday night, they will
be more than worth the price of the
Of course, the addition to the en-
tertainment will call for an addition
in price. The admission will be 20
and 10 cents. The Air Dome Is par-
ticularly a home enterprise, and de-
serves the hearty support of our peo-
ple. Turn out tonight and give
Tuck" a good house.
Miss Emma Washburn. a graduate
nurse from the Marion County Hos-
pital. left this afternoon to take charge
of a new hospital established by the
Fivay Lumber Co., at Fivay. Fla. Dr.
A. C. Coogler is physician in charge.
Mr. Willie Brooks has Just returned
from a visit with relatives in Mor-
riston. He brought his cousin, Miss
Belle Hendrix. back with him. Miss
Hendrix will leave for South Carolina
Mr. Robert Witter, engineer on the
A. C. L. left Saturday for a visit to
Mrs. Witter, who Is spending the
summer with relatives in Sou.a Caro-
lina. We congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
Witter on the arrival of a new baby
girl in their home.

The only case in the city court this
morning was that of a colored person
who annexed a railroad ticket from
another colored party, and was given
his option between a $50 fine and 60
days on the streets. He chose the
streets, or, rather, they chose him.
The county judge's and justice's
court were quiet this morning. The of-
ficers of the law report the people as
being distressingly good and fear they
will have to go to farming if some one
doesn't misbehave soon.
Mr. D. E. MeIver returned from the
lake this morning. He said he heard
of no harm being done by last night's
Another shipment of hard water
water soap just in at the Postoffice
Architect Young went up to Gaines.
ville today. He thinks the Ocala pub-
lic building will be ready for use
about Nov. 1st
A new shipment of that famous Al-
pine Flax Just received at the Court
The Commercial Pressing Club. a
branch of the Guarantee Clothing
Store, opened today, and already has
much business.
We have the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet arti-
cles in the city. Tydings & Co.

Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, one of the
most efficient teachers in the county,
has accepted the Oklawaha school for
the coming session.
Rosce Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postofflee Drug-

Read the Globe's new advertisement
on the fitst page. The Globe is do-
ing a good business today, notwith-
standing the warm weather.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those !-hich Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mrs. L. B. McMeekin, the new
matron of the Marion County Hos-
pital, came In yesterday from Jack-
sonville and will take charge today.
Take one or those bathing caps
along with you when going to the lake.
Get them at the court pharmacy.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn preached at the
Methodist church yesterday morning
on "Christian Education." The Ocala

folks always hear Mr. Hilburn with

Marcus Frank Is doing a good busi-
ness today with his rug sale, which Is
the best thing for the customer In
this line that has been in town for
some time.
The Ocala News Co. are agents for
the celebrated Hawkes glasses. We
can fit you. Give us a trial.
Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, who spent Sun-
day in town with her husband, re-
turned this afternoon to Lake Weir,
where she and her family are spend-
ing the summer.
1OR SALE---$300: auto buggy, 40-
Inch wheel, solid rubber tire, 20-horse-
power, 2-cylinder engine, full leather
top: refitted with new parts. Box 173.
Ocala, Fla. 7-G-Stdltw
Mr. E. L. Carney returned this
morning from Lake Weir.. Mr. Car-
ney reports a severe storm: on the
lake last night. He says the wind
rumpled the water up a right smart.
WANTED-Position by young white
man at anything: handy with tools.
John Walsh. 58 North Orange street,
city. 6-17-2t
Rose Violet Talcum is one of the
best. 25 cents at the Postoffice Drug-
When in need of stationery go to a
stationer. The Ocala News Co. Is the
only stationery store in Ocala.
Mrs. D. H. Mark, after a visit to her
daughter. Mrs. Harry Lapham. in this
ekity w rp*--*M jto hn.^ ho-me In* Taek-

TIe am Whit


Robin Hood Sliced Apricota
No. 1 1-2 150.

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

No. 1 Breakfast HerringRoe,
Oc, 3 for25c.



Elegant furnished rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

For rent an etgnt-room residence
well located on South Third street.
Appl> to P. W. Ditto or to Guy Toph,
at the Montasuma hotel

mom fTtN iMCUt

Bea rsthe
Bignatare of 4 .v

Those wishing extra early break-
tests can get same at the Elk Cafe, as
ea*"y as 4:20 if they desire.

A fine soda fountain for sale; cost
$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 sale at bargain. Fittings also for
gasolene. Owner has substituted elec-
tric motor. Address P. 0. Box 688.
Ocala. 6-24-

Ten years experience. Zefereness,
any music teacher in Ocala, any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. 1-8-tf

Human at Least,
An American player who fulfilled
several London eigamcemeats under the
late Sir Henry Iring tells a story of a
young man employed as the tragedian's
dresser when Irving was the lessee of
the Lyceum theater. The young fellow
had been recommended for the place
by Clarkson, the celebrated wigmak-
er. Irving was as exacting In matters
of makeup as he was In everything
else relating to stage equipment, and
he succeeded In Impressing Clarkson
with a deep sense of respomibuilty.
Shortly af r his entering upon his
sew duties Clarkaon called upon his
former employee. As Clarkson had
noticed that be did not get as many
orders for wigs from Irring as he for-
merly did, he had begun to suspect
that the dresser was accountable.
"Are you making Sir Henry's wigs?'
Clarkson demanded without prelimi-
"Do you call that a wigr?" sneered
the caller, pointing to an article on
the dressing table. "Do you mean to
tell me that you believe that thing
looks at all "like a wlg?"
"No. sir. I don't," hotly replied the
dresser, now conalderably irritated,
"but I do mean to say as bow it looks
like the 'air of the humann 'ead!"--St
Paul Pioneer Press.

Chenat.r of the Montenegrlns.
Nowhere la love of country more in-
tense than among the Montenegrins, to
whom exile is the greatest of punh*b-
ments. Wheu Mr. W. J. Stillman was
there In the seventles all the free men
were away fighting, and be observed

how. when a messenger was wanted.
the oMcisl took a man out of the prison
Und sent him off. with no fear that be
would not return. One such messenger
was sent to Cattaro. In Austrian terri-
tory, with 6000 florins for the bank,
and duly came back. Another asked a
Russian at Cattaro to Intercede with
Prince Nicholas for his release from
prison. "But you are not in prison!"
said the Russian. "Oh," said the man,
"I hbee only come down for a load of
skins for So-and-so, but I must go
Into prison again when I get back to
Cetinje." One guard watched all the
prisoners when they sunned them-
selves out of doors, and if he were
called away a prisoner would take his
rifle and do duty for the time.-Loundo

Heard at BremkfamL
"I ased to be a weather prophet In
my home town," confided the new
boarder as he speared a potato with
his fork.
"Sh!" commented the comedian
boarder laconically.
Yes, and every thee I look at that
steak it reminds me of a winter's
"How sor
"Cold and raw."
"Quite clever. How does the coffee
strike youer


0amb Temm01
The ae "od d
dy (tom aw) either ft t 8s
whichever time hi beslt- id s
Cities who are mantn wa
the trip.
One of the best rates eVr semei
from ben tfor a special tra he .
secured. ad It wUi ghe the ai 41 X
Micanopy, Metatesk atmn bor that
mediate points a chin.e. ta. -W
time there. whether tey care t
company the ball teal or aet.
A rate of 75 ceats r
60 cents trom. R chefle 55 flem
McIntosh. and a Om down the a-
low as 15 en ts fIum sE her hnhef
secured, and thistrain w=N ert ttW O
largest crowd at Oalk Bas "oftei1
that ever pule d late any city.
Manager Davis stats that be wi
not be sleeping between anw s t
tme. and he will give a e atll t
are looking for i the way at bM. hr "
he proposes to make his boy d the
work, and is going there with sh
proper ones to do the stut.
Parties who desire to go a the
regular train can do ao, and as m e-
as want to can stay over In the Brea
City at night and come up on the early
morning train, but all nmecsary pre-
cautions will be taken to see that the
crowd is kept nl a quiet and erdetly
manner, and not a repetition .o1 l
year's big event, when he game re-
sulted in a tie.-Oalnesvtlle aM. 1th.
Mrs. C. IL Tydings will spent the
next tfew weeks ou north Lake Weir.
She has secured rooms with Mrs.
Neely In her delightful home overlook.
Ing the lake and will take her mesal
with Mrs. DeCamp, who has reegetly
moved into the Agnew house and who
Is now prepared to take Sumwier

Dr. J. W. Hood is sailing around the
streets in a duck-legged automeNle.
He won't tell what has become of the
mogul, but it is feared that he mis-
calculated the height of the moguls
wheels and tried to run over a tel-
ephone pole.
Mr. .Edwin Spencer, who is now
traveling In the Interest of Stetase
University, is expected hi the city oe
Thursday, to visit his friends and In-
terview young men and women at
college aspirations. Edwin is an Oeala
boy and represents a great school. We
hope he will be successful In his mis-

It has leaked out that the Woodmen
Initiated Will Jeffcoat into Fort King
Camp by pulling him through the
stoveplipe. Neither the pipe nor WIl
seem any the worse for the experi-

Capt R. A. Alfred of Port Inaglis,
was a guest of the Ocala House to-
Rector Harrison went to the lake

Personal observation convinces the
Star that nobody from Ocala went
shopping in Jacksonville on Tampa
Saturday. The trains from those
cities Saturday night brought in a
number of traveling mea to spend
Sunday at our excellent hotels or with
their families in the city.
WANTED-To borrow $W (six
hundred dollars). Will give mitagage
on city property In Ocals, and pay
good Interest. Want loan Immediate-
ly. Address Box 787. Jacksonville Fla.
A high wind filled the air with dust
about 7:30 yesterday evening and them
a welcome shower laid the dust. Tes-
terday was one of the hottest days on
record and today is but little cooler.
Betting on the ball game tomorrow
is about even.

The long cherished hope of boat
owners is about to be realized. Men
are. actually at work in the construc-
tion of a good, large and substantial
marine railway, with sufficient capac-
ity to take out any vessel that can
come into Crystal River. This will
he operated by steam, and will be
ready for use by September.-Crystal
River News.

Tampa, July 19.-Alfredo Alvares,
proprietor of a West Tampa saloo*r
was assassinated at an early hour
yesterday morning Just as he was en-
t.rling the gate of hie-home, by an un-
known person, who made his escape.
One rubber tired buggy and harness0
both good as new. Will sell at a bar-
gain if taken at once. Apply to L& B.
McKenlzie, the electrician.
Brunswick. Ga., July 19.-Within a
half hour after he reached home after
his absence of a year at Lindale, Oe.
and while being welcomed by the
members of the family, J. Udgar
Smith, aged 20. shot and ala est ln-
stantly killed his 14-year-old sIter.
Rene. who was standing at his side aW
he showed his father an automatUe
pistol he had brought. The ball @n-
tered the girl's forehead.
Offers Its services and superior work-
manship In the art of painting v -
cles of all kinds and classes. It has
introduced its specialty of painting au-
tomobiles. A sample of w wrk'e**
be seen on the decoration of M D. W.
Davis' auto. Give us a calL

This is to Inform you that B. Gdd*
man has this day by mutual agreement


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I just dropped In to thank you for
I' that medicine you sent home by my
o C W -Wr- ESKUSY Iwife last night," said the grateful pa-
Stient, grasping the doctor warmly by
A i I 4 I Boo 0I B I e "i the hand. "I've been laid up off and
Sn u on for years, have tried all the patent
medicines on the market and been
S j treated by every doctor in the neigh-
t. N. Ce WhIe y g&lY 03 Corn Whisky &A Aa|t "It's a pleasure to have you come
here to tell me this," replied the doe-
tor, highly elated. "Most of my pa-
St Uenta are not so thoughtfuL But that
SI e fM Are in a eme quartsls, Nd 1 6 c prescription is my pet favorite, and I
never yet knew It to fall to cure a
M L COWcNIc Free W Every W" N er. cough If taken in time."
"Cough?' echoed the patient "Why,
I didn't take It for my cold. I used It
as a liniment for my rheumatism."
A Thrifty Hungarian.
A certain Hungarian peasant named
Jan Hirsech made a business trip to
This Straight North Carolina Corn Budapest, and while there he had the
i 1|ARANT"iEP Whisky not to be a blend-not a idea of ordering a hundred visiting
compound; not n Imitation but just cards. When he returned home he
pure corn whisky of full strength. found, to bhis dismay, that the cards
Sore the name of Mavisch Instead of
Hirschb. It was only a printer's error,
Order today from the largest distillery in Florida bt to Jan rsh t meant loss of a
shilling and sixpence unless he could
make use of the cards. He according-
D ELA N Elypurchasedforthesumof a shilling
f --S _. T~ ^ an off eial form of petition and filled it
| & BO & IN f O (J with a request to be allowed to alter
his name to Mavisch. His prayer was
'W wAs sf 5L. . . Jalksmvale, Fl. granted. He Is now Jan Mavlsch.-
SrdoN News.
S"Write For Price Lst No. 2 Lucky.
"Benolt, did you break thi water
7 ._ ,.bottle?"
t "Yes, madame, but fortunately I
1 -- broke It Into only three pieces."
"Fortunately! How's that fortu-
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES "Oh, madame, when a thing breaks
S- / Into many pieces It Is so hard to pick
-. them all up'--Paris Journal.
The Producer.
"Does yonr husband play poker?'
"I don't know." answered young
Mrs. Torkins. "From what I liear he
SA count f Meeting of the loridasimply sits up to the table and enjoys
of O seeing other people contend for what
he pCitrus Exchangeuts up."-Wasngton Star.
*r-< Quite a Difference.

-- .- D m A Study li eAss em .
ARIEM Q! V. 3oO hM -a M The brain is the headquarters of-th
*, *w mavens system and contidna the cen-
tral Oaces of the Anatomical Tele-
When the suburban nerve center
,, 04 M M EI A L Says, "Hello, central," the brain either
S. replies "What number?" or "Busy" or
:OOAA ILA. "Out of order," as the case may be.
ne Mn the wires are crossed and
S-., the company fails to declare any dirl-
dends, thus placing the entire brain In
S.,From the brain Issues the spIe.
Ai te n -ti, the r u,--n-al and s-cosefwl mee and women of which s sometimes useful In matrimo
An i6p, a 0 m dot te U redo iea territory, o y, although rarely strong enough in
d dm- ---AII aStlO1. Our etomer rrmat the men a man for practical purposes and con-
W a Our cusomer ropreet the m an stantly growing weaker the longer be
mum w mhe has buta ant e stul bu Mig eeeutm l enterprtses. carried.
W- as or fye r bw late oia. On top of the bead the hair grows,
__"'____ ,or tos supposed to. In some cases, how-
ever, It falls to grow despite the most
S" painstaking eforts.
In ladies there are two kinds of hair
--v ~ the imported and domestic. In
gentlemen also two kinds-namely,
permanent and transient The perma-
nent Is seen in wild men, the translet
In civilized men when young.
At one time all the hairs were care-
___ ________~f___________fully numbered, but the practice has
been discontinued owing totgreat pres-
." t d W in" f s ou sure of other matters.-LIppineott's.

qofaty. RAdsa c Aty s ice 80 oa Red The Father Pipefish.
-The best of fathers is the pipefish,"
WV In -iMW ..-- Otdus fwr disil lfwater said an angler. "He hatches the little
t. .as tam byw r of plpefish, and after they are hatched
b he carries them about with him till
i- I s also lot Sale at Ow plalt* they can take care of themselves.
"This fish has under his tall a sac.
In It he bears the pipefish spawn.
Thus the spawn hatch in perfect
Safety. They are not decimated, like
the other fish spawn lying unprotected
on the bottom of the sea. by every
I -PACKING & ICE C0 I hungry passerby. No; they all batch,
every one of them.
ru m iii'R lMe R 4ed W -- --- -- o-u AS soon as they hatch the father fish
S __splits, er nature splits for him, the
___ me-sae, and all the little fish drop out into
the sea. but they cling to papa. Wher-
ever he goes. like a gray cloud those
thousands of tiny sons and daughters
surround him, and on the approach of
S 'danger they pop back again into the
Ssac just as baby kangaroos pop Into
the sac, or marsupial pouch, of their
SsC- m l s EST AND RORDA'S "The male pipefo h is, in fact, the
SW T T -IOND IOTEL malee angaroo of the sea."

SWills and Edmund Kean.
Sas $3 per a y Id Upwards, A rca Pla Irving uedto tell with dmate of-
SIfeet a story about W. G. Wills, the
A T OUOp"O A dramatit, who, among other services,
wrote for him the play "Charles I"
When Wills was a boy ten years old
-__- -he was taken to see Edmund Kean
1-play Macbeth. In the murder scene
bh was so affected by the realistic
power of the actor that, seizeTE ANDd with a
118,M CNRTANDPA YIN O severe attack of nausea, he hurried
frem the box. Ten years later he was
We are prepared to fill your orders for cement lunching at a chop house In Fleet
--work of whatever kind. street when a man entered, sat down
at a table near him and ordered a
Manufacturers of cement brick, building blocks, meaL Hie was a perfect stranger to
and octagon blocks, and all kinds of pay- Wills, who. after a few minutes' pro-
a ria We employ killed workmen and ptnqulty, was again seized with a fit
ma l We employ Pklle workmen an of nausea, from which he had not suf-
Oam mOttO 6 "to please." fered since as a boy be was at the
Temporary quarters, phone 256. theater on the occasion mentioned. He
was obliged to leave the room. When
JAMES R. -MOORH EA D, MGR. some minutes later he pad hs bill the
I Kwatier said to him: "Did you see that
gentleman at the table near 'you?
I_________________________ 'That's Edmund Kean."--H. W. Lucy
SIn Cornhill Magazhne.



rhaesat. alsnteble. Poter. Tst, GOod. Do ro.d
ever Sicken. Weaken or Grip.. ,Oe. Set c. Neve
9oM la bnlk. The genailne tal0let stamped OCCO.
Uaaateid to cure or your muncy back.
steling Remedy o., Chicago or N.Y. sg


of any case of Kidney oI
Bladder disease that is not
bevnnd the reach of mAdi.

Words ]
Fo te r Vral hwredleates UH Ich k
Pierce's a'..dnes .re rc -ed, as giv
by leaders in all tie several shoodb of
medicine, should have far mame weight
than any amount of non-proleaelo ta
timonials. Dr. Perce' Favrite Presertp
Uon has ix SADUS or noaUrT o every
bottle-wrapper, in a full Itst of anll its i
gredients printed in plain english.
if you are an invalid woman aMd sAf
fom freq t headache, backache, guaw.
ng diistr n stoach, periodical palns,
e, atarrhal, pelvic drain.
dra ggi distress Ia lower abdomen
or pe perhaps dark spots or specks
before the eye faint spels sad
ki sym caused by female weah-
de range- estofthefemlalna
lrgam. rcan not do better tham talm
Dr. Pe k Favorite P crieptik.
The h tal, sargeom's knife nad opera
tin t may be avoided by the Miely
ue 1 Favvorite Pracrip mo In such
cues. the o

science for the re of woman's pedlar
ailments, contains no alcohol ad aus
harmful or hsabi-folrmina drugs
Do not expect too mudi from0*Pasritte
Prescrip ion;" It will dot perform mirbe
No medicine wil rou It will do as much to
establish vigorous health In most weak
muses and ailments peculiarly Incident to
women as any medicine can. Iust m be
given a fair chance by perseverance in I
0Ue isn't ffard sare Cs nt
trum as a subsUtute for th. jamad
-Th w men are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond-
ence is guarded as sacredly secret and
womanly confidences are protected b
ofeslonal privacy Addo i Dr.L V.
Dr.Pl ee' Puleasant Pellets the best
laxative and regulator ef the bowels.
They invigorate stomach, liver and
boweh. One a laxative; two or thres
mabrtkc. Easy to take as cam l
Will Meet on July 29-No Meeting on
August 5
Tallahassee. July 18.-The next reg-
.ular meeting of the state board of par-
dons will be held on July 29. There
will be no meeting of the board on
August 5th.
I have six fine pointer puppies for
sale at five dollars each. W. H. Clark.
Ocala, Fla. Stdltw

Best for female complaints. Only S0e
at all druggists.

9.70 Savannah, Ga, July 26th. LimIt
to leave Savannah July 29th.
$125 Mobile, Ala, July Slst, August
1st and 2nd. Limit Aug 15th, ex-
tension to August 28th.
$830-104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$95AO-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. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.

via te
$1L25-Knoxville, Tenn., and return.
S. S.. June 20. 21. 22, 26, 27, July 3,
10. 11, 21. Limit 15 days. Exten-
sio'n Sept. 30. Stopovers.
$12.40-Athens, Ga, and return. U. of
G.. June 26, 27, 29, July 1. 5. 19. 17.
Limit 15 days. Stopovers.
$18.70-Montosgle and Sewan*e, Tenn.
and return. M. W. & M. FP, July L
10. 17, 23, 24, 30, August 1J, 14. Limit
Sept. 5.


e atleWs e Nnr M afoWm l m
cvovwte to my as -th w to -Vb
Wanye we haveWeeagf toa L
We slbalM at be abaM to t y to do
ight. Most O mo t esmd
"goh to burm aywy.

We anB ew
ow share of

Ss having tan
p mlittle.OO i

It is oaier for mi pimeople to k
a good-thg to a tlsb than Ittot
put a wa finlhb to thbk, wLr
There are knoed mH abr M
In the land to beat a* amat oof sJ
material Into shape, so be gums.
As a general rule weo man eosta
only over tbose thina that we eant
do and those qualntes a which we
poses little.
Being of two minsI t n Muorintmsate
codltlom, s neither oa tthe m apt to
amount to a hbil of bean.
Unles a woman bas faith Is r
band's Judgment sbe my be I-t
peached for disloyalty to M L.

The mad rush for wealth to to e
censred principally becaoe f m
many cases It Is so signally mweeem
There are people who mnmage to Uet
a front seat at everything worth
while and still Impres the average
person as being modest, retiring and
the opposite of self assertive and s a
seeking. _
The Annumal Pres saa
Adjust your thinkingl eap with saM
And get right down to cases "
And try your level best to be
At once In several places,
Fll every pocket with stog rpes,
For time, alas. I8 yiNt a.
The Christmas present day 1 s ear,
And you must do some buynl.
No use to Idly stand around
And wish your trobe eandeo,
For duty, lUke a f wife ca.
The case must be attended.
Go to It like a hero, here
AM there a dollar droppi
Gird up your lots sad do a job
Of sne and frenzied imoppla
Keep up your cora, let your beat
Beat stout beneath your jacket,
Dip In and be a part If not
The mna noise In the racket.
MY anything-& set of bloCkm, a
A watch or pi nla elver.
A grand pano or a doll--
And have your troubles wr.
It's easy If you have the cash
And know the ropee. dear bet,.
8o do your prt. Dot leave It all
To sister Kate and mother.
Hand fourteen dollars to the derk
And end at once your worry.
Say: "Wrap up gifts to that amount.
Make haste. I'm In a hurry."
The man who sn't married
Has none to do his wilL
But. then. he Isn't harried
By any Easter blL
Have to Quit.
"Those who dance must pay the U-
"And If they don't pay?'
"The jig tIs up."

Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by' the president of the Indus-
trial and Orphan's Home at Macon.
Ga., who writes: e have used
Electric Bitters in this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex-
cellent medicine for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. We regard it as eu
of the best family medicines on
earth." It invigorates the vital or-
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges-
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak children
or rundown people it has no equal.

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mFor youwi. mm it- .eIf0.

cm eums Aidt 1 .^n
A24 of cms b m fM It we- 4
baMd h emal iIugh, W8g as sari- eWlg aie w
on dhm tes whiE Kdst mnot M i &i
'eae^- u Mo.- MM t ts. 1 'h .:. 48 ",. @-|
bemeDiyeum. Som of s o b
tao bdelp tiordtn t all, Wsl WN
to are, In be, wet re t s &
mto8s which eaot hd tu ed. -OW Oi

reetl to Imprs blod .ada mI d-mw
pueI, W l *ood- *I aldm aeye. wa* r Y e.vA

Dyspepia. Tlrere h -al o
Kodol wll effectaafy asita No -nometh~ft s
twe to Ibcve h ewsn re r fal .W* d1 Oa -eatft ,
Oth hy M oam ftrfg ant
gested t heto s reted k issItrf "
and eor ttm owwrk. K.. t eV') 'f
otw ames tha wnafth e
Wh It .W recalled t"at Apo-
eve Coasmptodm-ari due to S
poor digest ad poams thu
t-rmott-A to the Mo: aM lbA
ta m, of maintain og I s K, i i
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Freeh Meets Greeoere, CNe., Eggs, t.. .: *-*
Bought and Sold.. Fresh and "It Waters Pusk TIs t
plete Plane of Its Kindmi the Ceotry. s.e100 ld a 9O
Up-To-Date. First Clams Restaurant in C memes PIN eM
Meals and Reasonable Soard to Weo*kly '

Scrap Iron and Metils, Also Green ide
and Sold.

Telephone No. 111

P.O. Box No.

10 1002d leI"S hapdb-UW-

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I will buy all kina ef Junk-Iron, uhSteel BBam, 'i, 41
Tin, Lead, Rubber. asnc barrels, Letr, t. t
Boilers. Rafs. Etc, er as eco ld-ba or getnp eM O is
highest price in cash for same. Write or en eM W. lA e
what you have and where It Is located.
I 7. DE aCae.

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W.,F. MARLOW, Proprietor
Rates reasonable. All goods press-
ed and cleaned on short notice and
delivered promptly. All transient
work not called for in 30 days will
be sold for charges.

Careful estimates maae on all
contract work. rnves more and bet-
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in own.

"For month I had rea troMb1w!tb StinkitBseh
gad Bskd all kinds orf meurdlcines. My tngu bM
been actually an g m ir rasa, my Lreat havias
* bad e.lor. Two week ao a f friend renumende
Caearee aud after usi. tbe: 1 ar` wilne 4 u
'. -1 *tat them v WIllafgly a4d
hererore let you k aow te 1 *hall rewom ia
stem to any one *usenag from sauh trombl-e*.
Chas.. I alpern. It Z. th St.. New York. N. T.

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