The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
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da lga te d. The eema-atonal pro
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pr1torsa of iear beer'o plae have
98gma mlea bstheir ase to their,
Sh oarmihaoel robto bll pa-
ed br the mate was the cairn.
Places were closed Ia Mole that
*bm bemn In adkene since emeral
L.fa to vited the city on his tow
t nf ter l td lates.
'.e bhew" minus laturday
w ewd wlth mn Slang oMngs,
SSK slt m s popular o. whch is stifled.
g "~ i 's W ge t the lat oMe. for O Moaday
Sb. thiaans will be as tight as h--1
9i M Coo SA. IoM, bead of the rg-
o4st e laI the eity and member
S the nlegslatam. amnuemes that fur-
thetr flahting agahst probiltioa is
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, Pty wbhesto buy a or seven-
o he easoft railroad a Oeala;
ch oI* .,4o,^bA Apply to Starotflea
-A. S. Nustam, atevll. Indiana
Sites: "Last year. I suffered for
Steel month with a summer cold so
.ditreig that It Interfered with my
buiess. I had many of tbe symp-
W tW- of bay fever, and a doctors pre-
seripteo did not reseb my case, ad I
took several tscletiea wllfah seemed
e to ate L ortmately I
ft ` hav lag h~ley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has saic used VFleys Honey
sad Tar wlh the same suceso.- Sold
by all dealers.

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Qerlansm Wot Han w Dr. Sklett on
His Mthee's Wr h*iWY
laGrange, % Aug. -Becauseh his
mother's birthday Is August 13. the
date set for the execution, Dr. J. M.
Jliott has been given a respite of
thirty days by Gov. Brown.
MIott and his wht. were boarding
at the home of G. L Rivers and El-
Uott became Isamnely Jealous of RIv-
er. On the afternoon of Sept. 12. 100
as he and his wife were leaving the
Rivers borne. llott suddenly wheeled
and slapped his wife, drew a revolver
and with a violent oath shot Rivers.
The victim of the 0boodng lived for a
few days, and on* the calm request
of the Rivers family that the law be
allowed to take Its rse saved El-
lott from beig lynched. The trial
followed within sixty days and the
teellang eaatee at high pitch. At-
torneys or *Ellott Introduced the
plea for delsonal insanity and this
pea was bcbked up by a large vol-
ume of testimony, but to no avail the
Jury wukUtlta. Ilott of amt degree
murder and the Judge eqtened him
to Bang.

It asaem to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran, oRf eam Te'a that a plot
existed between a deepedte lung tron-
be and the grave to cause his death.
1 Cotrcted a stubberu e4" be
wrto, Vat developed a c'uf that
etuk to me, i spite of all remedies,
tor w ra My weight ras down to 10
ponaas. Then I bega to use Dr.
Klai New Diseevery, which reetored
r halt h omlet. now weigh
3M Dao-* 1r 1"W r eotel obstf-
mate me8ge bmelstage, asthma.
to prvat pnsaauoaa t's un-
rtraded. 6ee ad $L Trial bottle
ftee. Garaateed by an drugists.
ameld by e e T of Oto Mistress
for Two Days O
Braswiok OGa, Aug& -Alone in a
oattage ea th ashoree of 8I Sl.mons
blaI Mrs A. L Uttleton, aged 61
ear. ded Wedneday S eight and her
body was nat discvered until Fri-
day evelag when a nelshbo, hearlag
the pittaI bowling o a pet dn, made
an lmvetnate.L The animal had re-
malod by the body of Its mistress for
fully forty-*et hours.

All persons are recommended to
talks Fbtk's Kidney Remedy for
Beakache, nrhe-attsi and kidney
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Th readers of this paper will be
Sto lear that th s at therleast
e dreaded disease that science has
been able to cne n all stage. and
that Is catarrth Hairs Catar-h Cure
is the eoiy positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarr, be-
lag o enstitutlonal disease. requires a
constttioMal treatment. H a's Ca-
tarrh Cure I taken I-ternmlly. acting
,'irrtly ut on the Lbod and mucous
surfaces other system, thereby de-
stroring the fmadation of the disease,
a giving the patient strength by
buIldng up the contltution and as-
siting nature In doing its work. The
rproitosr have so much faith in Its
Crave powers that they offer One
Hundred Dllars for ay case that it
tals to cure. keat for lst of testl-
Addres. FP. J. Cheney & Co.,
iiU by anll dul 7Te. Take Halis
Pandl PlU or otpatio
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ksel Mla In importance othe
wonderNl Key West extensio of the
loridaw ast Coast railway is the
canal system extending along the east
coast of this state, being constructed
by the Florida Coast Line Canal and

T l ST Im 'Detroit. Mich. August A st
Wooyeno, a Jaipanes art merchat ft
Sth"is ty, has taken out a Heense beh
Of Prloged MiOgt in an Aerapim to wed Msi Alice I. Corbta, grmad
to SamwM, a Ppl of Farma. daughter of OGk Henry C. Cerb re-
t. ire&.
Saturday Wooseno s 2s years old and d r t
met Miss Corbi be sas. at a fete
M~- e:r lon-le-Grand. Prance, Au M. I CminmUnatL. Mi''Corblte v i
i- T; ,* world's record for prolonged Corbin, Ky.
i,.. t in an atroplane was broken ye.
terday by Rogar ommer. a Petech l I, l ..
aviator, who remained In the air two
hours 27 minutes and seconds. T- loN wwhl h tmind d
breaking thereby the rco made by was a r evlatom k thae p I. aM m.
Wilbur Wright at Lemani France. o, the earflt days otf toLe i s
last December, when he stayed aloft k&ok-ot br was au ed for the Jaw,
two hours 20 minutes and 67 seconds. thetemplea theJuglarvi 8vlStem
It was announced, however, that Nom- plecheA were throw la i nto w *
mere's time was not regarded as of- Wtr tIe glhter, but f a ~sitA m
oclal. had told na of the ol Ightns that
Sommer started at 3:14 a. n. tn the most valuers,!. i sp wasa t gja of
bright moonlight. In the beginning he the stomach, l:bed have larutd a -
traveled slowly near the ground at el.' or a IhiPraa ma Dr. Pisero a b l
evations running from six to thirty e to petbb a naU ft that
yards. After the machine had been tIssthemt rah iMaalMe
limbered up, the aviator increased his ontof rhg adas lu lt L
speed and the coming of daylight _t thag *d
showed him traveling and maneavering Nt g dse k a &r C
easily. O 84 ~atO t=b Xisa
When it became evident that he bad and km a usout
beaten the duration record held by
Wilbur Wright, the assembled crowd .
cheered wildly and as Sommer came ..
to the ground at 41 minutes and 16 W, d"U rI IT 0s6T4M

of the J r 191 there will be an opend oraion -- wlIP* tM lvr, bedthdn -- ..~ S
ater o 'the quaint seaport pur balod sand other dElum as Of t e- r
town of Mayport, at the mouth of the Sm s o diguAstm snd mutrli
8Lt. Johns river, all of the way through CLERK-CARRIER EXAMINATION TboeGolea Medkial Disv i Vaybs'
to Key West. At the present time. p- Nelko atlveo e et upy al su o I
less than three miles of land separate The United States Civil Service race ad baom es Ncm t 9s
the srus of the Inland waterway, and Commission announces that on Sep- matter where located what a it
this stretch Is practically divided be- tAnber.l, 1909, at Ocala, Fla, an ex- iay have raechd. In asal Catrrh It O
tween Duval and St. Johns counties. aminatlon will be held ger the positions I well to cleans the paulaes with Dr.
--St. Augustine Record. of clerk and carrier In the post office Saf Ctar rhelmetmdy SadU wdkie ht *
service. the Dbacovery 'as a camstitatmol .
IF YOI KNEW. Clerks In offices of first and second edy. Wh the *dh Medica l DiU 14
te nrts of the Texas Wonder you class and carriers tn the city delivery ry e as ta dlseseM, of tha s.
would never suffer from kidney. blad- service are divided into six grades, as -stomac, bowels, blade and other pv
der of rheumatle trouble. e S bottle two follows: Flrs( grade, salary $4t; .org will be tplas to you If yo will
mouth's treatment. Sold by druggints second grade, salary 8800; third grade, Nad a *Iet of eetar~e frola te wr MI
or by mak. Send for testimonials. Dr. salary $900: fourth grade. salary $1,- laV of elmseat medical authorities, ai M
I. W. Hall, 2924 Olive StreetSt. 00; fifth grade, salary $1.1W0. sixth dostng ints gredia ad explainlag
Lois. Me. grade, salary $L200. Clerks and car- their rate propdarl It miles
riers at first-class offices will be pro- fYon request. Addrem Dr. R.V. PierIe
ULTIMATUM TO GREECE moted successively to the fifth grade. BufaloN.Y. Thisbooklet ivesm lthe.. '.- .
and clerks and carriers at second class InVdiestW eaterig inLto' Dr. PIlermsTa T oiy 1I I l
Co uot e Aumt -The P ort offices will be promoted successively mediciesfmamf which It will bem hn a &W._ __ -
Constantinople. August 8-The Porte tothefourth grade. Any clerk Is l 011- ta~mt a f1 d F p of a- pu, ,. 81 M
has ent a note to Greece demanding t the ourth rade Any cerk is eM- y o~ta ot d. p of a l, p S
a rmal ecraton by Greece f non- gible for transfer to the service of a i d glyarc ee obng mud d ia- t a *' - ;.A
Interference In Cretan affairs. In the carrier, and any carrier s eligible for Pr.e's pMt5 tmd-pae u11. "---
evwt of Greece's refusal, Turkey will transfer to the service of a clerk. !^ S2d a A MI Wl be tk Wad 1A
break off diplomatic relations with Age limit, al posItionls -18 to 45 S- ,j s u tami ,
that country years The age limits are waive d, SAbeco aer as C &
however, In cases of persons honor- rfl 7 .
DISAGREEABLE AT HOME ably dschargd from the military ASE WI
DISAGE AT HOM'"E *naval service by reason of disability THAW` CAS WILL A
Jt o men and women who are ruling from wounds or sickness In-' S DECIDED THURSDAY w a d .
arteable with others,get cranky" curred In the line of duty.M
at hoe. It's not dispition It's there Male applicants for the post o~ White Plains, N. Y.. August L-In a

feel crms around the houe. little ches in height in bare feet, and 125 Thaw awaits the decision, which win
fe hoe. t arou nd thehous. ittlehe
things worry you, Jst buya bottle of pounds In weight without overcoat declare him sane or Insane. The har-
a Hb and put out l and hat; otherwise their applications ing closed yesterday with the argu-
Bae sap Herbi ne and put your liver will be canceled. Female applicants meant of Thaw's counsel, Morsehauser.
In lpe.T Yon ud everybody around are not required to be of any sllefflc The decision will be made Thursday i
You will feelt-better for It. Price 50 height or weight.. morning.
cents per bspe. Sold by allnruffists. height or weight. morning, 1 I.I-
ts per bbttl S uApipcants for the post office ser- Thaw's -mother declares that if the
PA MitdO i AM PS NEW HOME vCe aTe re Ied to be phystlcy decision goes against her son. she will
sound and in good health. try to release him by other means.
sce-----,e Hnta-n-te ..v.r.s For application blank, Instructions
Ja nvie Ws Ha the Finest to applicants, and further Information A WEAKLING
T des R s oint Statso napp e Ucation sold be made to tnhel- Is the only way to describe the poor
The woodAmen of Jacksonville are cal secretary at the Ocala post office, child that s afflicted with worms. No
proud of their handsome naw quarters. l or the undersigned. No applScatin matter how much or how often it eat.
on onse of the most beautiful sites in will be accepted unless properly exc- the worms get ar the nourishment
the city. It i one of the largest and cuted and filed with the undersigned from the food, the child gets pra ct-
best equipped hau ina the state. The prior to the hour of closing business ally none. White's cream Verni-
floor space Is lx7O,,divided Into a on August 25. 19t. fuge gets rid of the worm ie quickly,
masnct hall 4x70, with spacious EO. S. DONNELL easily and with no bad after effects. Made from distild warte l 4 of td higst qaiI ST-
ante-rooms, while a neat and attract- See. 5th Civil Service Dist. Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all by our Wag nm DelIvwry. D r'd= feo r l
Ive ban lz ss, with ante-rooms,a i cut Atlanta, Ga. druggists. p ose I s tke S n by e a' d oer, oa 00. a o 1?
eff from the wet ed. In the main Posse tea o taen by oar driv e lAe Isaln, fr 4r1111A-"E
hall the special electric lighting. will .
be one of it4 ma tfeatares. About 200 CARUTHERS ESIDENCE
ceaing lihts, with white, red and AT COLEMAN CONSUMED
green lights on separate controls, al-
ternating~ and speelal altar and station Last Saturiay morning about 1
lights with special switches, are In- o'clock fire was discovered in the i,
stalled. All the llghtag is controlled handsome new residence of Mr. J.. J.
by a "dimmer" tha will eble the op- Carnthers at Coleman. Most of the
erator to change gauay from day furniture in three rooms was moved -
scene to nlght and vice versa, out but co ed a large amount was cosuJmed .
The main hall, 4x'0, Is one of the I* n the fames, Ineladln all bf the t din-HEALT ANO :
most cumtoolous and biatiful halls Ing room and kitchen furniture. The The b autfl
In t city, Iram e speelas windows house was partially covered by i sur-
are arraned in abundance on three ance. The origin of the fre ais n-
sides, ad being ftr above all thesur. known.-Sumterville Times. lil i ili. i
rounding bulldlng, evbn when the d
camp goat is gaort his victims the WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP -Land of the Sky" WAYISUSVILLN, NW
Windows maY be left up with impunity. .t
Thndows may be to become the m t to three doctors was kept in bed for On the Southern Railway, one aWr R m Ase11
Thopi In the cpro i. The floor is o make delta i io eresa five weeks. Blood poisoned from a Np consmptives. Hot and Cold S lphAr h S Milr
Cia rt aeterua an -r danci. f o t itto cover his le. The doc tor failed, Information ad Glrss O. C. RO4N, Manaer. (1s .
ocith the nm ll caoned dnc ing. icers. 2 pareold r then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com- worth Inn, Asheville.)
t mh y s papered b al r spc o ecial c c s pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
Fbanquet may be prepared for special fceotF
business &aQ who ready march Into lton. of Bosquesville, Tex.ForN
the smaller ha W Ieh s ev men lar er eczema, boils, burns and piles it's su- -
thA rtin ht Wc ea iseve been lC p oreme. Bc at all odruggIsts.k W ste St -
than the one the Woodmen have been a s e at al .. -.
using for five or z years. R SN T E I
The Woodmen ppared no pains in RUSSIAN AUTHORESS KILLED
ittlin up this hal with the latest and Nrth Ave. ald Pemsstree SB. M ast Ga
most Up-to-date furnishings and as Ker. Russia, August S.-Madame ir and young ladle. Bosi&ig deporm t ss ludo ...S..
Palmetto Camp i now the largest one Nele l, te well known Russian fined ho life Classes divMde t s mall e
oaf the ee t in ttuIth It to but nat- B b hop authoress, was killed InI pistol bat- struction. culty of eighteen spsciih t
ural e t the mebea wo ld take spe- nt hi' h she ,ed with .two robber, A E C Ua to-
chl pride in lerai the hendsomest who entered he home y erday. She oacon etc. Thirty-seco year bechg
home Is the Soth, wsucceeded- in driving tbep from her plicgionE.L O O EU Ma
The order has gown in Jacksonville In Commeetio Witthe Hotel OW e rooms, but as they left due of them
the last five year from about 200 shot her down.
members to over 0 aresnt. Skilled woramen and courteous at-
The hall was dekdia with elabo- teuton to all. Special attention to The best remedy we know of in all
vate ceremonies and exercies by the children. _cases of kidney and bladder trouble
local and visitia members ending up and the one we can always rco.amend, '
with a hammtoth log rollin. ELECTRi MASSAG b DeWltt's Kidaeney and Bladder Plj.
They are antiseptic and at once asistat
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE the kidneys to perform their impor- ..
A French dentlst has discovered HOT AND COLD WATKR tant work. But when you lask for these VVAI+4.
one secret of long Me. His method pills be positive that get De--
deals with the blood. But long ago Wltt's Kidaer and ladder Pills. For m h u '.-

ectrie Bitters prolongs life and market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's. ",
makes it worth living. It purifies, en- __ Insist upon them, and if your dealer ang o o DuIdm G o"
richee and vitalles the bligod, rebulds cannot supply yo--refuse anything. ~ "
waste nerve cells, Imparts Ife and C PH LLIPS else in place of them. Sold by all And o. course, Indleln a s. Y ba yg
tona to the entire stem. It's a sod- druggists. etaed los emog, b1rmg wg ar 1i
send to weak, sck and debilitated mI dibomes In which odlag ant
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted C*ko e d BSgd D gu. W u beneat you. one these these It M .
my lie for months," writes W. veh in a help for at all.
Sherman, of Cuin& e, Me. "but Elec- MIAIP .uu Ae ad r, In, act, ver y lwW sd* k i4
tie Bitters cured me entirely." Only Plans and Sp~clCatuos Furnlshed meats whlh anot be tra ed i -e

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tevttatU a sad did It in
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true western the desire of the people of Tacoma
-'that the government should restore

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Jn.a** 1 11 H H9as a
shock to hi ftr i *dar ea alst-
aeela this city Lsd s ttnalt, t e r.-.
twrilsame was a/t;ipt.e d rafd
healUh wbhe he wet to Alanta d4hrt.
ly after the dehi of the- saaea here
His death ocared at 6 Sied4 ee-
day mrnStg at'aYdyf beptal. Thur.
der of at week Mrs. Wllumana r
cetvd a telegram stating tt be was
aerodmly Il and at .oomee ed him
and was with him wea the end ease.
The remains were breght tromi At-
anta and iterred at Pinewood ceme-
tery Tuesday afternoon. Rev. A. J.
Wilder, of St. Marys Epicopal church.
oficiating, and members the local
organisation of the Woodmen of the
World acting as pall bearers. With
Mrs. Wilamson and other members
of the family was her sister, Mra. M.
A. Norwood, of Ocala.
Mr. Wiliamson, who was a genial.
warm-hearted man and made friends
readily, was born March 27,. 132. at
Cincinnati, Ohio. When he was one
year old his parents moved to Mfltord,
where he lived until coming to Day-
tona with his brother, W. G. Winlans-
son. in 1885. He was married in this
city in 18S to Miss Agnes P. Whlttam
and removed to Meridian. ML.., in
1890. where he resided with his family
until about eight years ago.
Mr. Wilmamson is survrred by his
wife and four children. Bertha A.. Car
C., Myrtle M. and Florence A. William.
son; also by three brothers, W. 8: Wil-
amason. of Anderson, 8. C, Sidney R.

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lThe trip down Puget Sound ow the the name of Tacoma. The people asked Williamson. of Rosedale. Kan. and
eat and return wa a most delightful the editors to assist them in this work. W. G. WilliamSon, of this city.-
aperee. A committee received us It is needless to add we promised to do Daytona Gazette-News. Aug. 6th.
a the a rt t rss shown us of mig- .,. and why not? As it Is everything
alfew were fbe new docks of the M. & In Seattle is called Ranier, and every BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
It P. raIltad, which has Just crossed reminder of this kind is a thorn in the are made by all soothing straps and
ti eoattet and made its terminus in side of every loyal Tacomalte. Then, baby medicines that contain opium
thb lty. Thi other roads coming In too, the toastmaster of the occasion, and narcotics. McOee's Baby bixdlr
ar the Vbon Pacfic and Southern by request of the chamber of com- coitalna no Injurious or narcotic
These making their terminus merce, extended an Invitation to the drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
already is the city are the Northern Nation Editorial Association to hold cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
aft anad Jim Hlurs Great Northern its session in that city in 1918. when and fretfulness-splendid for teething
reread, who also bas a line of boats Tacoma will celebrate its semi-cea- infants. old by aI druggists.
raig to Japan In connection with tennial.
UIl railroad, ad to share in this grow- The day at Tacoma, which is now a
ag trade Barrmanf Is bringing his city of 125,000 people ad which makesA .. .
Northern Paclfc to Tacoma's door. At prophecy of a growth'of half a million ,
aTacoa for Talroad terminals and that Its memory will never lade as Vat Iub&" m i f
doek fAtilities, long as reason holds its sway in our II The Sping6id.elI -MassUuio. as: ,
The aet ob Ject of interest was the minds. Tacoma and Seale are rivals T lee comers evr W e
St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber company's for trade and now that new railroads interested In the new athe g ve e
11i, the greatest In the country, hav- are coming into Tacoma and facilities Bea the reted isn the npws t the .lsUrii ,
IYma cab ty of 175,000 feet a day and growing and with the great advant- 1ga tof of Ice for the use of the various
we Mw It cut a seven-foot saw log, the ages nature has granted her, Tacoma apartments. A few Ilk the
larit we have ever seen. and there feels impelled to think her destiny is saving to be. a oepagrsTsd w il se ti
wer many others like It in the boom. great. HOUSES OR RENT interest the consumer. The postoaa U
This company ha 60 miles of first- To show the enterprise of these peo- od aU coven department at WarhttM ha a
m ta trackage. rmnlnt Into the timber ple will say that so far they have weodel located and new. enl t e lete Ice making plant ands ta
preserves In the mountain from which expended $10,000 to advertise their ell located ad new Apply to Jo- lete Ice maki plan and i t
It ~wa Its supply and millions of town and have $50,000 In reserve to do eph 3Be, at court hose. out moe e than t an s secr
acres of timber from which to continue some more advertising with. That senter Is a dangerous disease ment heard of this I
s epIraed ftor yeas and years to the way these western people do. They but n be cur am ain's Col,
mC. never tire of singing the praies of dy ament uses a ton ofIce every twnt-
We were fortunate In being in the their section. California has already Cholsue ad D urroed In ne haep- ~r hus In te watS er oo
ear with Mr. Frank B Cole. editor of given away 15.000 bottles of wine in its cs of dysentery. hane ep- throughout the bld It ha b
tbhe lmber Journal of that city and building at the Seattle exposition to been known to fall. It equally val- paying private deamrns iSua ton. Ua
who fr4weaty years has been engag- strangers to emphasize the fact that bee known to h It lr equally vaand der the new arrangement wit t he
ed fl this antrprse. No one Is more the olden State is a graDe growing wen e d wh water and sweet I o dep ent e ice ts
f lailar wi the resources of his sec- action. wi t _!0
tls 6ma he ~ad being a pleasing and As a matter of interest to the good ued, It Is pleasat to take cents a ton, a .mr ns
4tafbhing eoavermatloaalist made W..C. T. U. folks of Ocala. we will 30 poeads" it lei for at am e t.
eu trip oe of continued pleasure and pause to remark that no saloons are pounds for 65 debts_ t iaNd'ftar Orie., speaking of the Japs, allowed on the exposition grounds, al- EMN= dime or 75 pounds Wt a Quarte
a their was danger from a war though the big show is open Sundays. & gl pl di m0 |u dollar 750 pous fr q e
Wf tht people. That no-jation that We will refer to a very pleasant trip hIf th po.toace epbot m at caa- o
pa its laborers 15 to 18 cents a day to Victoria. B. C., on the southern manufactureIce at a test E O W
N-d -t borrw money to pay the point of Vancouver's Island, the capital a ton it q"ands to rsoa that rlvate
terest beaded debt need be feared, of the British possessions and so de- / concerns can do thte, at. Ailo. itt l
paklng .of tlabo croditios. he said llghtful in all Its surroundings that It United Stea .i lbndl
the-Chines were the most faithful and Is known as the city beautiful. It has practicalto V"Vnas ee f Sor,4 t.-
M me, 4bough the Japs were good 35,000 people. The parliament house own use In the nat capital, iy
We16 k :- cost a million dollars and is a mag- 'may not munlklpalitte embark In thaLe A
Belaftr to the timber supply ques- nlncent edifice. Vancouver. 75 niles a business of talg oset Ie is # a
P aa & the anger of its exhaustion, u the Inland waters, is the terminus as much of a neessty as water, el-
Cole aid there was no inger o of the Canadian-Pacific railroad. was trinity or gas. and if t s proper f a'
S ac. th as the state was fully founded in 1886 and the first year de- mualcipality to ftralsh. eoe noW
uylaad bJ t importance of this stroyed by fre, but has since grown these, why net &altl? rateald
Slatil ad Na casidertig the same t over 100.000 people and a splendid plants bhae been a do-It-l pS.l
wthb r s I and police pa- young city it is with great promise. cities mad; tho ao farI
rl o thq fArets to, keep out fire The press here treated us royally. know, noe hM been t UtaS a
Lthe Wi eaft danger. Then, too, he They gave us an observation car over yti w yet it would nat be surprisl g t l
d .f d-t rebCewl for the foreqa was a the city and a tallyho drive around 1" A M posto e rdea es oteet' *-' Ia ~s t
lagdttfo tbltg and referred to the Stanley Park, a mangnifcent- sketch gl E ice at 6 cents a t.t
ttbhat.N years ago the government of 1,000 acres of woodland and re- seBo o revedtuMl y lead t the ae
idle a it of land for a fort site. It fresbmenta on the roof garden of a '5 tl rlIt nishment of mulelpal lcee. J
Sthe1 timber of that land had grown Vancouver is destined to becoaf a gA terd No matter how lng yeou have sw-
up aMnd was ready for the mill. larre wheat exporting port. 'The A FAV feared Foley's Kdner Remedy wil
he party was entertained at lunch- Fraser river enters at this port and its .w help you. Mrs. S. L. Bow..
so at.the Commercial Club and the yield of agricultural products is trib-s a '. Wayne, W. Va. writes: 1 ws a
verflow at the magnificent Hotel utary to this city. The trip to these suffered from kidney disease, -tbat
TheC a, one of the really fine hotels cities along its inland waters is one Fr Sale by at times I could not get out at bed,
of the country. The menu *as per- grand panoramic view of fir-covered and- when I did I could not std
ctm atlfy wn thir country. Tho weather was deliht- T, W TROXLER stghit, I to Fes
e dirs tthn shown their hrgh fully cool and an overcoat seemed ed4. One dollar bottle adip t he .i
1b u hanidhling that covers a block, good. Enough for the Iresent. second cured me entittrw." t Wl
east or half a million dollars and C. & Bittinger. cure you. Sold by dealers.
Mtafo 2 pIups. It is said to bq the ger C Sd by a
net high school building in the nd.ATALT LAKE
Adlourning it i' being built a high ASSEMB AT SALT LAKE
sb md aftladIW that will seat 36,,0" ysldu ~ Sa Vw Forty-Third A a nnual eas. of'I
uPiople, an ccseory that no other-- the Grand Army of the R Pmli "t
r qsebol In the land posse .General s Pr ce C3 Made Prom ly e
SWe wert then ahownthe beautiful Promptl Salt lake City, Aug. .-A
bhem. of the city. and Point Defiane Night or Day display of the national colors am d the
Par. eontalinlg nearly 1,000 aeres of resene of any ble-coated v
'land, homered with primeval forests 8Special Attention to Obstetric, Di- about the railway stations, the
ad beautifully located on the water- a ses of Women and Children and other public places were the t .
Lt It It a grand place and each DONT NEED GLASSES -- ward and visible sign that the l
year see added features of attraction Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Buildinag tonal encampment of the Grand
and ad torment. Here ja an Immense Many people do not need glasses but Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333; of the Republic Is at hand. T a
pgavmn. super was served, speeches most people do. Residence, No. 8. vance guard of the great army f
tatlie a pa we were told how Tacoma ou may be one of the majority. iOC FLOtors to be entertfaned here
was robbdd of its greatest glory and Thre are two ways of fdlung out. OCALA, FLORIDA week has already at In a
I ~l miaon. namely, that Mount Ta- One-await for time and disease to ---- -- dance ,,
athe towelrng snow-elak peak on drive you to it. -
the feeoot bls on which the city stood. Two--onsult us about It Be sure and take a bottle of
was ortNally named Mount Tacoma We Can Tell You whether or not you El It brain's Colic, Cholera and
I& ba-or of a noted Indian chief, had need them. DR. D. M. BONEY, Remedy with you when
hea> changed biy an Englshman nam- Eyesight Specialist. a r trip this summer t c
ed Ral t. amd when this territory Ocala, Fla. g obtained on board the tria or
wa eded by England to the United Offlce hours: 9 to 10 a.'m. and 1:30 U era. Changes of water ad
States the named remained and it is to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- often cause sudden attacks of
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block, ItU a hoea, and it Is best to be prepea "

,' SNot a single 'phone has burned in a "5TRQNGEy IN THE WORLD" Atlanta, August L-Thadde-ur :
house in Ocals. A telephone is better! ett of Ball Ground, Cherokee e- r
than Insurance. In case of burglars or M138 FLORIDA CONDON, died ia an Atlanta sanitarium larL "M
Sfiare you need quick action. You get Resident Agent. day. He opposed former OGov. L P
that day or night with a telephone. Candler for the ofbee of govei t
Residence rates. $8 per quarter in ad- teen years ag. He was 4 y d
vance. Ocala Telephone Co. and had been a minister i'1
Ground. He has not been reeg i
If the glare of the sun harts your IO NIG T polities. R Pickett of Ball Grew. as.
eyes, get a pair of smoked gla sses only son, sprives h m.a -
from as for 2b. The Postofice IDrug.
store. ACTIVE AT 87
This would be unusual news t i7.
Take Kodbl at the times wreln you A and women would keep thelvae
feel what you have eaten Is not digest- free from rheumatiusm and Bi ashes
ing. Kodol digests what you eat so and Pains as well as keelp i .f

you can eat sufficiently of any good, males and Joints Umbered with
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- meet tomorrow evening.

Odd felows meet tomorrow night
Me" meet Wednesday evening

Bed Men meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Filiga cases at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. B. A. Welman of Valdosta is at
th Mosttcama.i

Picture puipl post cards at t*',
Ocala House.
3r. C. A. Luke of Tam-N :; at tlh
Mt .tfzuirr.

Cali and see the new books it lth,
the Ocala 1 'wa Co.
Mr. Neely. the real estate man
of Summerfleld, s at the Montezuma.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Mr. Joe Miekle of Barly Bird was
In town today.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 2c. the bottle.
a the Postofce D)rugstore..
Mr. P. A. Fort of Gainesville was in
town today.
FOR SAL0E -Flne walnut roller top
dek, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. Hood
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmary.
Mr. J. C. Davant of Brooksville, Is
a gset of the Ocala House.

S or d es will cure any case
fit Chla and Fever. Price 25c
Mr. Connor Smoak and wife left last
week for a visit to Owensboro. Ky.

A new shipment of peroxide cream
Just in at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. Max Hess of Chcago is a guest
of the Ocal Hosme.

'Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
manies smoker at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr.. B Duval of Dunnellon Is at the
Ocala Houe.
Edwards' meat market will close at
Sp. m. on Thursdays.
5 or domes wil cure any cam
of Ch l"a arfver. Price Se.

Bathing caps just received at the
Court Pharmacy.

Mr. W. C. Zihnmermanof Roekwel,
Is at the Ocala House for Sunday.

FOR RENT-A large pasture close
t. Appl at this office.
Nunally's fine candles fresh every
week only at the Postoffce Drugstore.

Mr. Frank W. Ditto returned today
ftpn St. Petersburg where he has
been spending a week.
R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.0 per dosen.

Mr. A. M. Lansford. whose family is
t Stanton, spent Sunday at the Ocala

IFOR REi'r-4-ugnished rooms, two
blacks from square, modern conven-
iences; 24 Watula street.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munroe and
child of Anthony. were guests of the
Moatessma yesterday.

Are you troubled ulth dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Depb Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Measrs. J. fisher and H. B. Mor-
gan of Otter Creek are at the Mon-

WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage In
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X, Star office.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Reagan of
hBooksvlile, are guests of the Mon-

Pboe the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
seriptos promptly.
Mrs. Sage of Lakelarnd is spending
a few weeks with Mrs. C.. K. ake of
this ity at Eastlake.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
oles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Dr. E. R. Carswell has been quite
sick the past two days. but Is better

FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pamlag station. Apply to TY C.
Jees, Oeala Bottlink Works. Ocala,
L *a. "<-2-tt

Mr. J. W. and Mis Leafy Sylvester
went to Eastlake today, where they
will sped a month in one of the
Newport cottages.

T e sa .o better stock of fine
writhgt papers In the city than we
carry. Come In and look It over If
yOm want something really nice. Ty-

Mr. Walter Brigga, who has been
in Tampa for some time. is again a
cdtsen of Ocala, and has a potion
with the Florida Retort Company.

FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. 0: refrigerator (M Ibbs. lee) $5:
oe extension dining table, oak, $3. W.
H. Clark, Oeals.
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Mr. J. M. Neely. the 0saimerlsil
real estate agent. ha- sM to Mrs.
Sara Lasley of Tampa, a moat sthm -
ble and wealty lady, the old Aled
Ayer place, owned 9 aMoe tise bW
Mr. J.. Moert. two lotas i rt or
it owned by Dr. Ilar ad ome let owan
ed by Mr. Ayer. MYh.'Lest wMi tm-
prove the property and maak a very
handsome home on the north se of
the Ikke, where be expect $o spend
her summers.


The following persons went down to
Eastlake yesterday morning va Belle-
view in their three little Maxwel
-rq: Mr. and Mrs. l.NL YToge ad
itons. Walter and Laurie, Mr. and Mr
. R. Carroll, Mr. L Tomece and lit-
Sp M. -ris Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. H. C
: 3 ,- Master (. Jr. They took
,, -;i alone and partook of It at Mr.
Jones' northlake cottage, where an en-
trance was gained a I burglar,. Mr.
Jones not having the keys. After
lunch the crowd went on around to
Eastlake and Woodmar and returned
in the col fthe afternoon. The lit-
tle cars took the 0-mle ran, much of
it over as bad sand and as crooked
roads as the country, affords without
a bit of trouble and In two of t-e ea
the load was heavy. The day was very
delightfully spent by the little party.

John Jacobs. colored, of Shady.
brought in today the first bale of cot-
ton for the season and the same was
bought by George Giles & Co.
Hayco ,the great European band-
cuff artist, who will be at the Air
Dome all this week and give exhibi-
tions of his remarkable skill in re-
moving chains and handcuffs from his
person, is a guest of the Montesuma.
All members of Aerie 1314. F. O. a,
are requested to be present at the spe-
cial meeting at Yonge's hal Wednes-
day evening, to arrange for the enter-
tainment of the state convention. Re-
freshments will be served.
F. Q. B. Welhe. Acting Sec'y.
FP. W. Ditto. President .
Miss Marguerite Porter came home
Saturday afternoon from Brenau Col-
lege, Gainesvllle Ga, where she has
been attending shoot for the term
and will spend her vacation with her
mother, Mrs. E Van Hood.
Mr. Marcus Frank will leave tonight
for the mountains of North Carolina,
where he will spend two weeks with
Mrs. Frank.

Mrs. Mae Bingham of the Star of-
fice, who has been spending two
weeks with her mother at Eagle Iake.
near Bartow, returned home Saturday

"Shorty" Stowe, a prince among
good fellows, enthusiastic supporter of
the Tampa ball team an4 valued at-
tache of the Tribune, will aWrd today
and tomorrow with friends at Oeala.-
Tampa Tribune, 8th.

40 Inch

Look oer our lin of toilet prep-

arations. We are quite proud of the
Colors: Blue. Pinakad White


Look over our line of toilet Prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfumes, powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings A
We are showing the best 256. box of
writing paper that we have ever bad,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoflce Drugstore.

Mr. C. B. Stowe. formerly night ma-
chine operator in the Star offle, who
has been in Tampa for several months,
Was in town yesterday and today.
"Shorty" has many friends in Ocala,
who are always glad to see him.

FOR RENT-Cottage on corner of
Tuscawlla and South First streets.
All modern improvements, ten-foot
verandas; windows and doors screen-
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood.

Miss Fannie Robinson left this fore-
noon for Jacksonville to spend several
weeks with Misses Katharine Platt
and Loulse DeCottes. after which she
will visit relatives in Savannah and
There Is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. .It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams gave
their little son, Frank, a birthday
party, which was attended by his
young friends, Thursday afternoon


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Thr adie Mrs. B W. B Cimt M oat
Jackonville are tan proud aeta sof
a lovely little daughter. who arred
on Sunday afternoon to am** her
home with her parents. a. aand Mrs.
Macdonald are vury pian tjy nmem-e
fore her. marrimae iA er Coa-

Masters Philip Agyle ods ad
Camernm amsby left today for a
weeis visit at Dottmon. whee they
will be with Sr. Youngblood.

The ladles of the Baptist church at
Anthomny will give an Ie cram up-
per at the residence of Mrs. Moore on
Thursday evening, Aug. 4th.' very-
body invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Benamin Comdom
Misses Annie laurie and Zmn Puary
and Mrs. C. B. Connor are speudinp
ten days In the Argyle cottage at


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Is hereby given that on the 1th day
of ugaust, A. D. 1 at the regular
meeting of the city eounel of the city
of Oala, Florida, bids for the remod-
eling of the city market of the ald
eity, according to plans and specdfca-
tions now on fie in the city lerk's
orice of said city, wll be considered
by the said council; said counml re-
serving the right to accept or reject
any of said bids: ad bas to be in
writing and filed with the dity etrk on
or before the said T7th day of August,
A. D. 199. J. M. Meftert,
President of the City Council
Attest: H. C. Sistrink,
City Clerk of the City of Ocala.
Eleant furnished ro n for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

Two wall tents wanted, 8tlO or bt2.
Apply at this office.

FOR SALB-Parlor sute of fuitre
for t$1s0; cost $a0,new: one large
cook stove, rood order, $S: lets of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12M.
W. Clark, Ocala.
Mr. J. K. Dixon. the shoe salesman,
has returned from his vacatis and is
a gust of the Ocala House. Mrs.
Dixon will return n about a month.

Mr. S. P. Collier, commercial agent
for the A. C. L railway, with head-
quarters at Jacksonville, is at the
cala House.

FOR RENT-Four-room cottage on
Magnolia street next door to Rev.
Quarterman. tee Gillen, Po. 1. SBoth
Firth street, after S p. i.
Mr. Walter Wells came down from
Jacksonville Saturday night to visit
Mrs. Wells over Sunday.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksoville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.

Harry Leavengood. expert mxolo-
gst for Green & Ceconi at the Sev-
enth avenue atfe. Is enjoying a short
vacation with friends in Ocala.-Tam-
pa Tribune, 8th.
The Star regrets to learn that Mrs.
Kaiser and children are preparing to
move to Hastings.

The preecpon department is the
main stay of an drugsore. Accuracy.
rellabilty, promptness and pure drugs
have made this department of our
business one of the largest in the
country. Send us your remsriptions
Tydings & Co.

It you are run down FPeys Kidney
Remedy wll help yo. It strengthens
the kidnea so they wn eiminate the
npriti rom the oo the that de-
press the nerve, and ca exhaus-
tion. backche. rheumatim and ari-

wad ea a- re .
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with tho t1r .
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stad the test o the meet rM .Pm
Paint Law. or sae by the *I .J;
Hardware Cot Oeal. P s:-i 1

fam Gladsan -a ahrtod asw
avanamh ad has podtl I
store of hethMea Mr.DI Lh L-af
san so xtee year -, ta
large tr bs ag. Me J i ow ble
ovwr mmrom emma ounmu ms
speka very -god am R -
had se eeat m h nt ths
as was bor after Mw. aGo-a it
the old atcoy. A-.Mr
brother, Nathan m a o age. ,
arrive a a d y or twe trm -1 Tk,
and take a posmta t the arm. .M
Goldmaa o asly thi bS ha

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-The members of the Whi alb e
team arhrved Re tli aSLaiIfg
board trai, to play o thei ioe& :

ed hear boma it s -'
U&. A. M. LamI L dtv-^j -

The members r Agl owe

young reuar ao- a were
y .tda. a their way to
where teya w ti fit
Miss Dora or r, *
been In the city the t thn
left last night tor bar e m

Mr. Emer MeCrry at
came down yesterday tLae h
4-horsepower Bulck ar ad
at the Ocala HRese.

The ego. AUsrt bltik I
county fail, will be ibngad ispow
at about 11 oe Itok the Jiaflyrilm -""
the ahatrit (o/r' tonh Tr olegMNM.r^ 1!
Draft. The seneld I s eadsfm a W *
the execution. Outn a Imiel anln
will be admitted to the mmomm. fbe
as the Me wrMg a rse
Iron there is lite to eastotg t t he vi w
of the Iundrmeds D l a w t
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Charnle Bawls at aers s q '
with appendic thI Dr. Ip tut.
ng him and his Meads hope tor a
speedy recovery.

Mr. John D. Odom et OGater, a
eager for the Petteway turpestlee I*-
c ain at that place, spent Sa g ad
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tsr of Louis Philippe and knew him to
be exceedingly clever In small things.
His Qualieiatioma.
He was pleading his cause earnestly.
"I am wealthy," be said "and could
make ample provision for yLou."
ise nodded and checked one point
off on her fingers.
"I bhae had experience with the
world." be continued.
She checked off another point.
"1 have passed the frivolous point."
he went on, "and I have the steadfast.
ness, the age and the wisdom to guard
and guide you well."
He paused for an answer.
"The points you make are strong
enes," she said, "but they lead underlat.
Ingly to the conclusion that you would
* make an excellent father for me. You
have all the necessary qualilfeation
but Just now I am looking for a hus-
band."-New York Timea.

"Have you dome anything to earn the
gratitude of the people?"
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum.
although they don't know about it. I
have let them off of a lot f speeches
I was sempted to make."-Washington
Politician and Patriet.

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tween a pollticfan and a patriot?

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A Mysteries. Pfermeose aefet the
Court of Louis Phslippe That Was
PrMebSI the Resuit of a Subte Bit
of Psymelsloal Reasonuing. -
A link conneetlng the names of CalU-
eser, the great charlatan, and the
fme conjurerm tobert liaad may
be fmuIt Ia a story that mayee jumdyJ
termed 'The Most Incredible Feat of
M nS Eveor Performed."
In I S Houdin, then at the height
to hi polepla~y, was invited to St.
Cloud to give a performance before the
Mag, the ryail fauli and court. The
conjurer had only ble young son as an
amistmt and could rely on tricks
,et light or m*chbMa"-, as the exhlbi-
tim was given oa one of the drawing
rooms of the palace. He finished with
the following extraona~iary perform-
-/orrowing several handkerchiefs, he
would them Into a package, which he
laid on the table. Then be went about
among the guests distributing cards on
wbick were to be written the named
of places to which It waq desired that
the package be invisibly transported.
Houdil then banded the cards to the
kin& asking him to select three at haz-
ard and front them choose the destina-
tis hbe Ilked best.
ie Amnt card read, "I desire the
lnikerchief to be found beneatlreoe
of the candelabra on the mantelpiece."
"That." said the king, "Is too easy
for the ability of a conjurer of the
ability of M. HooCdI."
The second read, "The handkerchlets
are to be taken to the dome of the
"That." commented the king. "13 bet-
ter. However. It is much too far. not
for the bandkerchiefs, but for us. The
third card suits me." mid the king. "It
is desired that you should send the
handkerchiefs Into the chest of the
last orange tree od tbe right of the
avenue." -
Houdin expressed his willingness to
attempt the feat .id the kibtg whis-
pered an order that immediately sent
a group of attendants to guard the or-
ange tree In question.
The conjurer placed the package of
handkerchiefs under an opaque glass
bell and then, waving a wand. order-
ed the package to proceed to the place
choeen by the kinr. When the bell
was ralaea the kerchiefs were
gone. but to their place was a white
turtledove. A trusted attendant was
semt to the orange tree to open the
chest. He returned bearing a small
ron coffer iered by rust.
"Are the handkerchiefs In this cof-
foer?" asked the king.
"Ze, sire, and they hate been there,
too, for a long time.'
"How can that be possible? The
handkerchiefs were given you hardly
a quarter of an hour ago."
"Yet It Is so. and your majesty w9l
be even more surpdsed when I prove
that this cOffer ad Itseontents were
laceIs the chest of the orange tree
sixty years ago. Deign to remove
from the seek of the turtledove the
key of the casket."
Louis Phlippe unfastened a ribbon
holding a small rusty key. unlocked
the cofer, found a document bearing
the seal of Cagliostro and read:
This day, the eth ot June, 1S, this Iron
ebox. eoetainin as handkerchies, was
placed among the roots of an orange tree
by me, Salsamo. count of Cas!iloetro. to
serve i performing an act of male
whiheb will b executed on the same day
sixty years hence before lauis Pflippe
of Orleans end his family.
Beneath he parchment conveying
this message was found a package con-
tainaig what seemed to be the six
hadkerchies placed on the table' a
few mmutes before. In his memoirs
M. Houdin offers no solution for the
mystery. A shrewd annalist has ex-
plained it as being no more than a
clever bit of psychology on the part
of the conjurer, who knew the charac-


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time tonight .
'What's the eeAoT'
"Celebration of the king's birth.
"What kngr
"Bamed If I knew."

The oyaster never says a werat.
Nor does it sing tra-la.
laid wonderit little WlaW "Age
there lady qyter. paT"

Purchase for the lady next deor a
whole pound etof butter and a package
of tea. She may take the hint
If yo happen to seethe earth lying
around on one of the bargain comaters
It would make a lovely presipt for
your husband.
Don't buy anything you cannot hope
to pay for unless you fnd a partklIlar-
ly complacent storekeeper.
Buy your wife a bandrsve pair of
winter tromuers You know, be al-
ways did like to aee you well dres
Don't buy a drum for your e s
boy. A foghorn makes more noise
and Is not mo easily broken.
Don't get excited. The stores an
open the night before until midnight

"Bome men know it alL"
"I don't ad that"
"Don't you.r
"-40. It is when they want to make
me know it all that I keik."

Ones Lime ew.
SIs business, picking up any?"
"Yes, to one lines. But they are
not rderting as many water wagon as
usual for those stat that have gam

Sealed bids will be received at the
office of I. E. Tonge for the construe-
tion of the Masonic Lodge Opera House
building of the Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19. F. & A. M., to be erected at Ocala,
Fla., until noon August 19th, next.
Each bid for the construction ot the
building must be accompanied wbth a
certified check for P$5" made payable to
R. E. Tonge. chairman building com-
mittee, as a guarantee that If awarded
the contract thy successful bidder will
promptly enter Into contract and fur-
nish his bond as required by specifica-
tions. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Drallings and speci-
fications may be seen .at the office of
R. K. Tonge. South Main street, Ocala,
Contractors wishing to bid may ob-
tain drawings and speelicstions ftom
R. W. Tonge by depostting with hin a
ceitilled check for as a guarantee
that they will present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee ofjthe
safe and prompt return of the draw-
Ings and specifications to the office of
R, E. Tonge, Ocala, Plorlda, without
cost to the committee.
Building Committee. Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, P. & A. ML, Ocala,
Plorida. R. TYonge. Chairman.










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