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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 08 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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: VID03244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST IS, 9I.


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T. W. TROXLER


IL D6 PUUER


J. C. AYER


'FULLER & AYER
IWMIAL SURGEONS
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OCALA.


FLORIDA


TBRUS. CASH


J. CHACE

DENTAL ,URGECN
Room 9, 10 and 11.
sei Floor, Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


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MWal Surgeon



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Ion sullenly. The news seemed to stun
him as he asked to be left alone, re-
fusing to talk. Later he summoned
his counsel, Attorney Morschauser. His
mother and sister, the ex-Countess of
Yarmouth, received the news in the
little hotel near the Jail. The mother
straightway retired to her room. de-
nlng all callers. The family will visit
the Jail once more beforesThaw goes
back to Matteawan., The Thaw fam-
ily are so shocked that they are una-
ble to tell now Just what steps will
be taken to prevent Harry's further
Incarceration.
Thaw's ColunI Not Surprised
Attorney Morschauser, Harry Thaw's
counsel, was not surprised pver Justice
Mills' decision. "Candidly, I rather
Anticipated the decision," said the ato
torney. "Thaw's conduct on the stand
did not help his cas, as Judge Mills
paid much attention to Thaw during
the hearing. I haven't seen the full
decision, but if the court finds that
Thaw Is a helpless paranoiac, we will
certainly appeal as such a finding
would injure the chances for success
of any attempt to free Thaw. We are
undiscouraged and will try again at
the proper time."
CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. S. Nusbaum. Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
scription did not reach my case, and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate It. Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by all dealers.

TEDDY ROOSEVELT, JR.,
WILL BE A SKY PILOT
New York, Auk. 12--Theodore
Roosevelt, Jr., temporarily abandoning
the carpet manufacturing business In
Connecticut, came to New York yes-
terday to arrange ,or learning more
about aero auties. He lunched with
A. Holland Forbes, acting president of
the Aero Club of America and will file
an application for membership this
week.
Since making two tripe in signal
corps balloons last year, young Roose-
velt has determined to go In for the
sport, and may purchase a craft. At
any rate he will apply for a pilot's Ii-
cease, to qualify for which requires
ten trips In a balloon, one to be made
alone and one at night. If IIe is suc-
cessful he may participate in the na-
tional races to be held In the West
this fall.
He has arranged to make an ascen-
Mson from near Pittsfield, Mass., with
Mr. Forbes, within the next two weeks.
Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth,. ac-
cording to reports, has been contem-
plating a trip with Mr. Forbes In the
near future from Lenox, Mass.
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE


A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But long ago
millions of Americans had proved
Electric Bitters 'prolongs life and
makes it worth living. It purifies, en-
riches and vitalises the blood, rebuilds
waste nerve cells, Imparts life .and
tone to the entire system. It's a god-
send to weak, sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted
my life for months," writes W. M.
Sheanan, of Cashing. Me, "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
Se at all druggists.

THE JOKER IN THE BILL
Washington, Aug. 13.-Despite the


ulation. the more specifc clause ap-
plies. Conre"nerAly the duty on leather M U I9 I A N I
harness will be 20 per cent.. while the
duty or circus harness and saddlery -
made chiefly from leather Is dutiable
at 35 per cent Bad Whisky Incited a Band of Sems-
$10 REWARD, $100 inoles to Attack White Men
Near Miami


vantages afforded by the establish-
ment of summer schools, desire to ex-
press our appreciation of the benefits
derived, therefore, be it
Resolved, That we extend our
thanks:
L To the Florida legislature for
voting the appropriation for state nor-
mals. and thus providing for the ad-
vancement of education throughout
the state.
II. To the school board of Alachua
county for so kindly tendering the use
of the high school building.
III. To the good people of Gaines.,
ville for their genuine Southern .hos-
pitality and courteous treatment
IV. To the president and members
of the Epworth League and to Dr. and
Mrs. Kelley for the two delightful re-
,ceptlons given us.
V. To Professors Vernon, Rolf,
Pawcett, and Scott, of the University,
for their interesting and instructive
lectures.
VL To the faculty for their untir-
ing energy, unfailing Interest, and
cheerful encouragement manifest to-
ward the students individually and
collectively.
VII. To our worthy chief. Superin-
tendent W. M. Holloway, for his wise
administration of the educational af-
fairs of this state, for his interest In
the welfare of the teachers, and for
the most efficient faculty he selected
for our summer school
Be It resolved, also. that we con-
gratulate him on his election as one of
the vice presidents of the N. E. A..
whereby so great an honor Is confer-
red upon our state, and that we con-
sider it an honor well bestowed, and
taat we heartily endorse the plan to
affiliate the Summer Normal Train-
ing School at Gainesville with the
State University and the Woman's
College.
Be It resolved, further, that copies
of these resolutions be sent for pub-
lication to the Gainesville Sun, Gaines-
vllle Elevator, and School Exponent.
ELSIE V. SMITH,
EVA POOL.
D. G. BECK.

DISAGREEABLE AT HOME


Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. It's not disposition, It's the
liver. If you find In yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, Just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver
In shape. Yon and everybody around
you will feel better for it Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
REFERRED TO THE POWERS
Athens, Aug. 13.--Greece's reply to
the note from Turkey concerning
Crete protests the loyalty of her con-
duct. It declares that Crete being in
the hands of the protecting powers,
the solution of the question of the is-
land's future must be left to them.
The best remedy we know of in all
cases of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one we can always recommend,
is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They are antiseptic and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their impor-
tant work. But when you ask for these
pills be positive that you get De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There are Imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them. and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else in ise o nf them Rld h nil


years, for fraudulently obtaining mon-
ey from the American National Bank.
by making false statements in regard
to having lost a check which had been



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S thing., nd there is no eok-
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[ ||You will have two qmutb
of dcicious ice mm for the
usual cost of two dishes.
Illustrated Recipe Book Frm
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0ontezuma Barbershop

In Conametion With the notel Odlce

Skilled worKmen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
children.
ELECTRIC MASSAGE
S- -
HOT AND COLD WATER

R. A. DETTERICH. Proerietor


C. J. PHILLIPS
Co mtwacto, and BwUe.

Plans and Speclfications FPurnished
Upon Request.
120 South Third St.,


Phomi ISOP


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IcIYER & IAcKAY

itUNKmAL DIRECTORS

Undertakers and Embalmers


D. R. Melver


Alfred B. Owes


Utdertakers.

Hoe Caskets and Bnal Rhmes
All work done by licensed embalm-
ers and fully guaranteed.


Equitable


Life Assurance Society


Issued him, has escaped from the camp
of the Enterprise Lumber Co., at
Fountain. Fla., and rewards are now
being offered for his capture.
Still another escape comes to light
also. in the person of the negro George ..
Washington, who brutally murdered CA A
Eugene Gouriey. He made his escape ,A F
from theAamp of J. Buttgenbseh & .
Co., Holdr. Fla., on August 14-Tam- Thlie im .
pa Times, 20th. frii
A WEAKLING ..e
Is the only way to describe the poor er inteu"ta.
child that is afflicted with worms. No Y
matter how much or how often It eats,
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream Verml-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
easily and with no bad after effects. .HE
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
STAGGERING ARGUMENT W i
AGAINST SUTTON'S SUICIDE


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Miesn of Harry ThaWe Meiter Fail
to Free the Rd-Hnded Young
Imbesilefrom the Asylum
White. Plains, N. TY. Aug. IL.-Jus-
tice Mills banded down a decision yes-
terday declaring that Harry Kendail
-Thaw is insane. He dismissed the
writ of habeas corpus under which
Thaw endeavored to secure release
from te Matteawan Asylum for the
Crminalaly Insame, and remanded him
to the custody of the state authorities
1 that institution.,
JuMaes M{W Reoasen
Judge Mils gave the following rea-
sons: "FIrst: Thaw's nusanity from
which be suffered when he killed
Stanford White is known as chronic
/delusive Insanity, otherwise paranoia;
, second, Thaw has not recovered his
sanity, suppotig the first ofcasae n.
garding Thaw and bis ancestry and
boyhood. Regarding Thaw's manhood.
he says: "Although Thaw himself
was evidently far from being moral
and engaged In'Vprverted practices as
revealed by the 'Merrill woman's tes-
timony, he gave absolute precedence
to the tales regarding Stanford White."
The decision declares that Thaw's be-
lief about White's practices is plainly
a delusion and also characterizes
Thaw's belief that the attorneys are
trying to railroad him to Matteawan
as a delusion, proving beyond doubt
paranoia. The second conclusion is
based on alienist testimony that pa-
ranoia is Incurable.
Thaw Was Stunned
Thaw received Justice Mills' decls-


The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there iq at least. Mihri:r. Aug. 13.-Late Tuesday aft-
on dreaded disea'.e that *' ,nee h;. cr n a band of Seminole Indians,
bet: able to cure in all its stages, and so.ae twelve or fourteen in number.
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is under the Influence of whisky, went
the only positive cure known to the to a camp where some white men
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a from Miami were, and became ob-
constitutional disease, requires a con- streperous. But three white men were
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh in the ramp-P. H. Lee. Harry Lee
Cure is taken internally, acting direct- and J. D. Lee. brothers. One of the
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Indians, Willie Willie, the buck who
of the system, thereby destroying the shot at a party of white surveyors
foundation of the disease, and giving about a year ago, after making some
the patient strength by building up the threats against P. H. Lee, seized an
the constitution and assisting nature axe and threatened to strike him.
In doing its work. The proprietors Willie was standing up in his canoe.
have so much faith in its curative axe in hand, when another of the In-
powers that they offer One Hundred dians pushed the canoe out Into the
Dollars for any case that it falls to lake,. and probably prevented young
w-ead-or list of testimonials. heath. The enraged Indian seiz-
Address: P. J. Cheney & Co Toledo. 0. hised rifle and fired either at Fee or
Sold by druggists. 75c. take Hall's his flog. the bullet passing between
Family Pills for constipation. them. Another Indian threw a pole at
the dog. All of the party of bucks
.B E A BRITIS SAR then clambered into their canes and
BROKE A BRITISH SQUARE poled away. They were all armed
S N Rk With with Winchester rifles and the Lees
Autos Nmw Rank With Fuzzies in decided to maintain a guard over the
Military Tactics camp throughout the night, fearing
London. England, Aug. 13.-Seven the Indians would return and shoot
soldiers were killed and twenty people them.
seriously hurt when an automobile. There was no further demonstration
seriously hurt when an automobile' from the bucks, and the Lees closed
getting beyond control, crashed into a their camp next day, arrivnd the Lees closed
detachment of soldiers returning to their trdamp next day arriving n Mi-
London on Salisbury Plain. ami yesterday..
London on SIt is not believed that there will
!F YOU KNW hbe any further thouble with the Indi-
ans. Their kicking up a row at the
the merits of the Texas Wonder, you Lees' camp is believed to be entirely
would never suffer from kidney, blad- due to the fact that they had procured
der of rheumatic trouble. V bottle two sufficient whisky somewhere to make
month's treatment. Sold by druggists then drunk. Sheriff Dan Hardee of
or by mall. Send for testimonials. Dr. Dade county is endeavoring to learn
E. 1W. Hall, 2996 Olive Street. St. where they secured the whisky, as it
Louls. Mo. is against the law to sell liquor to the
Indians.
RESOLUTIONS BY STUDENTS
OF THE SUMMER NORMAL ESCAPED CONVICTS
Whereas. We, the students of the Walter H. Geiger, the young white
Florida Summer Normal at Gaines- man who was sentenced from this
vllle, being deeply sensible of the ad- county to the penitentiary for five


WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP
to three doctors; was kept In bed for
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
spider's bite caused large, deep sores
to cover his leg. The doctors failed.
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
ington, of Bosquesville, Tex. For
eczema, bolls, burns and piles It's su-
preme. 25c at all druggists.

CUPID'S BOW OUT OF DATE
The Blind God Prefers the Revolver,
and Shoots Prowmeuously
Chicago, Ill., Aug. 13.-As the result
of unrequited love, Thomas Kateson,
age 26. murdered Victoria Kovaned,
agd 22. on a crowded West Side street
car yesterday and then fired a bullet
into his own brain. Recently the
young woman refused to marry Kate-
son, leaving his employ. When they
met on the car they talked a few min-
utes and Kateson drew a revolver,
killing the woman without warning.
Kateson is expected to recover.

"Can be depended upon" is an ex-
pression we all like to hear, and when
it is used in connection with Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never falls to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and
adults.
UiW KATE
via the
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Gainesville, Florida
An Institution of the Firet Rank, sup-
ported by State and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men.
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees
of B. AmB. ,M. AM, IS.
and LL. B.
In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture;
Chemical. Civil Electrical and Me-
chanical Engineering; Law; Normal
School: Graduate School. Expenses
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Annapolis, August 13.-Dr. Eqrd O ERN. A
M. Schaeffer. an expert on gunshot
wounds, produced an exhibition of ". -
skulls before the court Investigating
the death of Lieutenant Sutton when
he testified yesterday. F t I ;ih
The witness placed the skulls on a
table, attaching to the exterior a lump
of wax, while with steel rods he dem-
onstrated the course of the bullet AMD ,
which entered Sutton's skull, and de- -,
cleared it to be his opinion that it ras .. .
the fatal shot. He was being exam- -.S-i
ined by counsel for Lieutenant Adams
when court adjourned. '
Sergeant Todd. corporal of the guard .-
on the night Sutton was killed, said
he saw Lieutenant Roelker pass the h
guard room, heard the shooting and --fW
Roelker returned to him, saying, 'TveFii i C _i ij.
been shot" He extracted a bullet l
from & note-book in Roelker's pock-; hIM In Fp ___ Wlht l o
et, and saw a briuse just over the r
heart, where the bullet had struck. S l
Witness stated further that he saw lmd Ci "
a man running after another Just after l
the shooting and heard the cry of Wt Ctll W M L .
"Halt! you are under arrest." This
was followed by more shooting. Earlier La*k v"a oa S"ck d 's iW
In the night Adams had asked the r
witness if he had any spare guna. "
TAKE NOTICE ? S I
All persons are recommended to 3 Y E
take Foley's Kidney Remedy for
backache rheumatism, and kidney
and bladder trouble. It will quickly -
coredt urinary irregularities, which. Itf / "
neglected, may develop into a serious JO
IllnMs. It will restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of __T "-
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.
ASSASSINATION OF ENGLEMAN
Queen & Crescent Agent at Frankfort,
Kentucky Kiled by Midnight

Frankfort, Ky., August 13.-J. A. .
Engleman, night agent for the Queen Of Central Flori a
& Crescent railroad, was assassinat-
ed some time between 12 midnight and
3 o'clock yesterday morning as he sat i .
at his desk In the railroad office here. -
The shot which killed Engleman was n a Ca iamg Irm d AN i
fired through a window back of him,
and passed through his head. _a S_-_bin- i M' i ,. Ak% of- 4 6
Robbery appears to have been the Mb ,60im a .d.i ..k ii. .i
man's pockets were turned Inside outer la il 0be 1 -a I at
and his jewelry Is gone. There was a
considerable amount of cash In the d Pn ':-'
touched, possibly because the assas- = SM M El ft .
drawer to hi5 desk, but this was not
sin became alarmed. lare or "
The dead man was found lying on .
kthe floor at 2 o'clock by the night b r -d bem B a -d
constable. Bloodhounds were at once W"g a h.e b
secured and they took a trail which
led out Into tthe country. Nothing has ban-NH , "r
yet been heard from the deputies who I GK id, A "L L, ; ?'
are following the hounds. A
This is the second murder of the Rfft SMe d' Squ
kind committed at the office of the
Queen & Crescent during the past
two years. .


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trped do to a Imtoher *tall In a Bsl-
-. tha Met ainty lule things o
40ream got" his gnswr









rey hMband ho at a opyoue an
JiNmlWttm step y not othe. asels-
StANXIOUSe ws uOLIGmaE





2 dle boarded a crowd-




0 Tsweram, ~s the Wahito utcher,

o u, to steam 1e. Fene took wol't
4iWhat"whea soedwas hear friends







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t whe' m "Hae you any morshe de-
CO Lth" t aM wasth hoing a man's
Sied: "Oh e r got-n the rearong
W.erupm. "thAre am w*tre" ahe mile,
streted for th his oter y and.hus-
log: "hersOnhe other one. madam."





ial s moein not Wg ago"she
*tripped up to a butcher stall In a Bal-




S tino"mae.t a dainty aim Utine out
"Ypm sa id the mauling butcher.
0'I r e membeIwoen .ine a bowero't









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:l[". -t h ew m? s h and w- uoeed-
Se" rmpoades the bud tchern many
disaliag a row of hams In the rear of









Sally aed, "that they are r vo theall


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R11;'rOWN Vp T ad."
eVW.m .,'ss d sad found a

a*.n lmi1W to tiske him to a farm
two r thr ee nMi away from the vil-
.- -" nlv 0f the way he asked a few
def oboeer the W"sb he was to

t. lM there's very little hope
OW r." saMi thie ftm. "Shes been
a- ow. en see forS tern years, and
hm aet petty ld a well"
Am. e at Mbei saled out at such
I fhtm to a *a e s uly not very

pow =dme: -Why oa earth don't
1 Mtr mthet farmer.

21M tu ,Ai -v aertood that It
p leu 'NIUM tuat who was

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Son wedh .4, tUe pyramids, Says
b;-i g s to a viritin gest. the
u l sheetine always
s,' a *OSWIR It loo lioke so much
1thrm GAWOIs of a sweetish
A ...l ie-sampamed solely of
&W 4 nthe minremed pulp of sul-
sal.i t It is e ea t to handle
B mlo t a uielupla in the haa d

s .. samostin.
5i~t a~ds et heteloor commerce.
OWS SO- l ffmtaVaa4 amoaG the Asd-
mi sad aMers. It has for
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TH1 HA0ER-FANMING WEDDING

We the following from the St
Juusti- Record:
Many Record readers will remem-
bar tMare, A aruer. who for spev.


SAFE O IU SFE


mm- %----aAs e. -- -w. ... There are no relative degrees of
ral yes was a resident of this city. he ba nn relatev deAeie ofe
first being employed In the business safety i banking. A bank is either
asee of the Record company and safe or unsafe. It is impossible to
later In the general offices of the Flor- occupy a middle ground where the
Ida ast Coast Railway company. The bank will b<, safe for some customers
sews of his marriage will interest his and unsafe for others.
friends ad acquaintances. The Tam- Likewse with a bank's service-It
pa Dafly Times contains the following is either good or not good. If it is
relative to the marriage good. it is good for all customers
iThe owUg weddng announce-i al ufk.o u
mNats are betng received in the city* You are safe to do business with
today by a few friends of the contract- Ithis bank, as customers will tell you.
nag partle "Mr. and Mrs. William We manage our business so that we
Fleteber Pfnnan announce the mar- know it is safe for all. In the first
rags of their daughter, Sarah Daw- place, our stockholders are responsi-
son, and Mr. Clarence Armistead ble men. Then we have a secure place
Harper, on Monday. August 9th, 1909. for our funds and those of our custo-
takeldm. Fla." The wedding occurred m d rs. in ourr modern safe. All money
at the home of the bride's parents.' loaned is secured. We would rather


early last evening, only members of
the bride's Immediate family being
present. The ceremony was perform-
ed by Rev. George T. Shepherd. pas-
tor of the Lakeland Baptist church, of
which the bride In a member. Mr. and
Mr. Harper came to Tampa on the
T o'clock train last evening and im-
mediately boarded the Mallory steamer
-eeces, which sailed at daylight this
morning for New York. They will
spend the remainder of the month at
different northern points, but after
September 1st will be at home at Nd.
9N Cardy street This marriage is
the culmination of a romance of long
standing. Mrs. Harper is possessed
of a sweet and amiable disposition,
mad Invariably makes friends of those
bhem she meets. She is of a literary
turn. being a reader and impersonator
of talent. Mrs. Harper is a member
of a well connected Georgia family.
er family moved from LaGrange,
Ga, four years ago to Lakeland,
where they. have, since resided." Mr.
Harper Is connected with the United
States engineer's office in this city.
which position he has held since
March, 1906. His old home is Rome,
Ga-., and he comes from an old and
well-known Georgia family, but since
1'" Mr. Harper has made Florida his
Ihae, and has many friends here and
efswhere. Mr. and Mrs. Harper have
tfe best wishes and congratulations
oe a host of friends and upon their te-
turn to the city will be cordialy wel-
comed.

STEAMSHIP IS SAFE
Beaufort, S. C., Aug. 13.-The Civde
liner Arapahoe,. which became disabled
Wednesday afternoon and was drift-
ing with a broken propeller shaft
rather dangerously near Hatteras, is
in a safe position today.


A FEW REASONS


why you should use


Davis' 100 per cent
Pure Paint


It carries analysis and guarantee.
You receive an honest gallon.
It works freely under the brush.
It will outwear other paints.
Its brilliancy of finish.
It costs less as It takes less.


NAME US A SINGLE REASON
you should NOT BUY IT.


why


Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.


THE BEST PRu e m ION
Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house In Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
are you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture
for $12.50: cost S60 new: one large
cook stove, good order, $5: lots of
flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12.50.
W. H. Clark. Ocala.
HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. R. Toph residence near the
heights on South Third street. Good,
roomy house, large lot, stables, etc.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Guy Toph it
Montezuma.

3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How Is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but'one of those new 8-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them In your home or on
your desk H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply man.

SPECIAL k.ARLY BREAKFASTS
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe. as
People with chronic bronchitis, as-
thma and lung trouble, will find great
relief and comfort in Foley's Honey
and Tar, and can avoid suffering by
commencing to take it at once. Sold
by all dealers.

Nunnally's fine candles fresh every
week only at the Postoffice Drugstore.


oain money to safe men al a ow rlwte
and know the loan is good than take
any risk at a higher rate.
We are prepared to give the same
good service to all customers alike.
Your business will be better with the
safety and service we can render you.
THE MUNROE A CHAMBLISS BANK
Ocala, Florida


SEABOARD AIR LINE
EXCURSION TO FERNANDINA
On Monday.'August 23rd. the Sea-
board will run an excursion from
Ocala to Fernandina and return for
$1 for the round trip. Train will
leave Ocala at 6 a. m. and returning
will leave Fernandina at 6 p. m. A
Pullman chair car will be attached
and reservations in same can be had
by applying to the city ticket agent's
office. H. C. Raysor,
City Ticket Agent. Ocala. Fla.

NEPTUNE WAS BEST MAN
A romantic marriage took place
Sunday evening. Aug 1st. upon the
ocean beach at Daytona. the contract-
ing parties being J. M. Patrick. of Day-
tona. and Mrs. F. A. Banks. of Port
Orange. Justice H. T. Titus, who is
living on the beach with his family,
performed the ceremony, which took
place in the presence of a small party
of witnesses grouped upon the white
sands of the beach, almost within
reach of the lapping waves of the At-
lantic. and Just as the brilliant South-
ern moon was rising above the bosom
of the waters and with the roar of the
surf about them.
No more imposing or romantic set-
ting could be found for a wedding
than a summer evening on the Florida
beach, just as the great moon rises
from the limitless Atlantic ocean.


RESULT OF REDEYE


The killing of Charles Wiggins by
his brother-in-law, Charles Pons. near
Jackponville, the other day, seems to
have b4en the result of too much
booze. The two men had been in the
city in the morning, and returned to
Pons' home, both tolerably well load-
ed, and carrying a bottle for future
reference. The liquor seems to have
made Wiggins good-natured, but
had the opposite effect on Pons. who
according to the testimony of his wife
and Wiggins' son. fired without any
provocation. Both men are well known.
Pons is the son of a former state
treasurer.

SICKNESS OF THE*EX-SULTAN
Salonica. Turkey, August 13.-The
death of former Sultan Abdul Hamid
is reported to be Imminent, as the re-
sult of angina pectoris. Three Con-
stantinople surgeons have arrived and
will perform an operation in an effort
to save his life.









DON'T NEED GI ASSES
Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to it.
Two-Consult us about it.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

LABOR WAR IN ONTARIO

Fort William, Ont.. August 13.-Port
William is under martial law. and It is
feared that scores of people will be
killed and injured before the week
ends unless the militia and police are
able to subjugate striking foreign la-
borers without being compelled to at-
tack them with great force. Indica-
tions are that the men will not be
subdued without heavy fighting, how-
ever.



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DID HIM NO GOOD
Man Who Discovered Gold at Cripple
Creek Dies a Pauper


Colorado Springs. August 13.-Wo-
mack. who discovered gold at Crip-
ple Creek. died of paralysis here yes-
terday after a lingering illness. In his
last years Womack was dependent on


BROUGHT DOWN A BALLOON
Good Morkammeklp ef Russian Frea-
tier Guards May Cause Their
Country Serious Trouble
St. Petersburg, Russia. Aug. 13.-
Russian frontier guards fired -yester-
day on a German balloon carrying
four men. while crossing the border.
The guards killed three and wounded
the fourth. The guards say they
thought the balloon an unfriendly mil-
itary airship. There is great excite-
ment here over the occurrence. It is
expected Germany will demand a full
explanation. The wounded balloonist
succeeded in grounding the balloon
safely.


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Offlece: Rooms 3-22 Holder
Second Floor: Phones, Office
residence, No. 333.


Building.
No. 333;


OCALA. FLORIDA


COMMERCIAL STATIONERY
of high grade and quality, for office
and store, receives a great deal of our


time and attention, as our
facilities for supplying large
orders will amply attest
you want a lead pencil or a
ger. a note book or a letter


stock and
and small
Whether
huge led-
Dress- It's


Have Your


lAths


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MARION. 7-jf J 3 11


COULDN'T FACE THE CANNON
Heavy Artillery of the Spanish Drove-
the Moors from their Hard-Won
Vantage Ground
Penon de la Gomera,. Morocco. Aug.
13.-The force of Moors which at-
tacked the Spanish positions Wednes-
day night and continued the fight
from the- hastily constructed earth-
works which they threw up in front
of the Spanish defenses have been
driven back into the country.
Th- heavy fire of the Spanish artil-
lery on the walls of the city and from
the port proved too much for the
fanatical ,tribesmen. who. from pre-
vious engagements., have shown them-
selves to be careless of their personal
danger to the extreme.
A long range bombardment of their
supposed positions in the country is
being kept up.

& Mot Valuable Agent
The glycerine employed In Dr. Plereses
Medicines greatly enhances the medicinal
properties which it extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds In solution
much better than alcohol would. It alto
possesses medicinal properties of its own,
keing a valuable demulcent, nutrltive,
antiseptic and antiferment. It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry-
bark, Bloodrouot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, contained in
*Golden Medical jDiscovery in subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lung affections, for all of which
theq agents are recommended by stand-
ard medical authorities.
In all ca.cs where there Is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite. with weak
stom as In the early stages of con.
sum there can be no dqubt that gly-
eerine acts as a valuable nutritive and
aids e O iden Seal root Stone root,
QueI rot and Black Cherrybark lI
prom n igestion and building up the
fesh a n ngth, controlling the cough
and brin about a healthy condition
f the w I system. Of course, t mus
not be Iected to work miracles. It will
oot cure bnsumption except In Itseariler
stages. t wilir. M.rv Mxtra .. t1
an gal troun-jL run srrc
f1hfbnhha se I. In acute coughI
It Isnot so eeUve.*Is In the inern
hang-on coughs. or those of long standing,
even when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that it has performed its most
marvelous cures.
Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben.
Bstt Med. College, Chicago, says of glyp
cerine:
*In d al ItservMes a e llent apedIm
Holding a fxed quantUty of the peroxide of
hydrogen in solution. It Is one of the best
manufactured products of the present Uime l
Its action upon enfeebled, disordered tom
Shs, especially If there Is ulcration or c"-
tarrbal gastritis 4atarrhal Inflammation of
stomach). it Is a most efficient preparation.
Glycerine will reHieve many cases of pyros
heartburn ) and excealve gastrie (to
*Oolen Medical Discovery" enriches nd
purtles the blood curing blotches, nmpoiee
ermIons. somflous swells Uand old
or ulcers.
Send to Dr. R V. PliM of Buffal N.. TY.
lor free booklet ellinZ l about the natfe
editcnal roots ComposinAf this wuadaM
mailcimta Themt omas ul lIn IL

FOR RENT-Five-room house near
pumping station. Apply to YL C.
Jones, Ocala Bottlink Works, Ocala,
Fla. 6-25-tt


CHARLES D. HULBERT, I. D.
IIOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Offiee-Second Floor The Munroe
Cham bliss Bank Building, Ocals,
Florida.
relephones-Office, 222; Residence,
221.
Office Hours-9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. a.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

F. E. McCLANE


flyskHn aid Sare "
General Practice Calls Made Promptly
Nig;.t or Day

Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
seases of Women and Children


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WELL AS O-I4ER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO
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Write T. S. ABEBNAT


Orlando, Flida.



THE FLORIDA CONCRETE AND PAYINGCO.

We are preprd to fill your erde for somet work of ver :
Maufact s o1 eamme M bick k, building lee hie lom *-
blooks, and all kinds of paving material. We employ skiled wEI| I -I
eur AmoES e M"o please." AD. ,
Tempe.ary quarlesmpboms 25L 4,?

JAMES R. MOORHEAD. % mai ,
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HOUSES FOR RENT

a Modern cottages, an1 convenlanes.
,well located and new. Apply to Joe-
eph Bell, at court house.

SHOWING 'EM SOME
Talk about your peek-a-boo shirt
waists, etc.. but a negro woman was
tried in Judge deMuro's court Sat-
urday that took the whole bakery
when It comes to transparent wear-
ing apparel. Her drds was so low
in the neck that the trade mark on
her garter buckles was easily dis-
tinguishable from across the court-
room-Inverness Chronicle.

A WEAKLING
Is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often it eats
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets practi-
cally none. White's Cream- Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly,
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all
druggists.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

Mr. Granger and wife from west (of
Oxford were in town a few days since
and may possibly move here after
awhile.
Mr. Fosnot, of Eastlake, brought
over a party of 18 Ocalalans on his
boat on Sunday.
Miss Irene Gates Is visiting her un-
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Gates at their pleasant home in Ocala
for a couple of weeks. %
Mr. J. Branch, wife andk little
daughter, of Summerfield. were here
on Saturday, and may come to the lake
for an outing of a few weeks soon.
Mr. C. E. Brown came up from
Webster on Sunday to visit his wife,
returning on the eVening train.
Mrs. F. E. Haskell has her guest
her sister, Mrs. Marshall, who with
her son arrived from their home In
Georgia on Saturday. Mrs. Marshall
has been quite ill of late and will re-
main here for the season.
Miss Lottle Black, of Weirsdale.
spent Monday with her old school-
mate. Mrs. C. E. Brown here.
Mr. Louis Buckley is attending a
theological school in Tennessee.
A card from Herbert Reed, who with
his mother is visiting at Milford, Pa.,
on the Delaware river, states that he
is having a fine time and enjoying the
trip immensely. .
A well attended meeting of the
members and friends of the Weirs-
dale Presbyterian church was held at
the church on Saturday afternoon,
Rev. E. G. McKinley. the pastor, pre-
siding. Plans for repairing the build-
ing were discussed and it was decided
to put in a metallic ceiling, and a com-
mittee was appointed to attend to the
work.
E. S. Upham went down to St Pet-
ersburg on Tpesday to stay awhile.

If you are run down Foley's Kidney
Remedy will help you. It strengthens
the kidneys so they will eliminate the
impurities from the blood that de-
press the nerves, and cause exhaus-
tion, backache, rheumatism, and uri-
nary Irregularities, which sap the vi-
tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by al
dealers.

SHADY
Re'. Z. A. Crumpton preached at
Olivette church last Sunday morning,
and expects to be back the fourth
Sunday when, with the help of Rev.
Folks, he will begin a series of meet-
ings to last a week. We hope the peo-
ple will attend and help make the
meeting a success.
Mrs. Frank Meyers, of Clearwater.
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mattle
Goins. It has been some years since
Mrs. M. was here and her many
friends are giving her the welcome
hand.
The stork passed through our neigh-
Sborhood since last we wrote, leaving
a little son with Mr. and Mrs. F C.


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girls and young ladles. Boarding department strictly ialted to fmmSlg ,.
fined home life. Classes divided lato small aeetime em to see e m mmo
struction. Faculty of esightem specialists. CeirervWy ad waqap .
e. Art, Expression. Certificate admits you to V ,. Wded t,. a-
Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begins 1- C u m
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, IM-


BEST YET!


The Israel Brown house located
on Adams street, near the Syna-
gogue, one block from Oklawaha
avenue, for sale. Price



$2,000


Terms, see me.


A. FRANK, Mgr.


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oWe Are Here to


| Do Your Printing

We Have a Large Assortment
of Type Ready to Serve You

WE PRINT

* What You Want,

The Way You Want It
And When You Want It







FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

Westeru Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutteas, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rntabagas, Turnipe, Beets.
$weet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions


WOODMEN MEET THIS EVENING.
ailing cases at the Ocala News Co.
"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Mr. A. P. Stucky of Oak Is in the
city.


Mr. J. L- Knight came in this
ing from his s.:ill :: I'- r:in.


morn-


Picture puzzle post cards at the
Ocala House.
Mr. June Counts has a position
with Knight & Lane.


SOME OF THE BOYS
COULD NOT SWIM
So there was no game between Ocala
and Palatka on the South Magnolia
street diamond yesterday, but the
players are out there now trying to
locate the ball between bucket full.
They will play two games if some-
body doesn't get drowned.
TO BUILD A NEW RESIDENCE
Mr. John L- Edwards has commenc-
ed the construction of a very hand-
some residence of artificial stone on
the b,-autiful lot which he owns in
fro-nt of C'1. Livingston's home. The
building will be of the same material
that Mr. L. R. M 'hazal's new house
w.is built and will be a very pretty
1: *i roomy one.


Call Ar, c.1 ihs new tookis -k g. u DICK MAY AT THE AIR DOME
the. Ocalae *- r- I '-


.-r. T. .T IDavis ,f Nash-i.le
guest of the Muntezuma.
6 or 6 dosee "6W" will cure any
of ChlIs and Fever. Price 25c.


Mr. G. G. Maynard was up t
from the mill at Rock Springs.


FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.

Mr. A. W. Yongue of Weir Park is
In the city today.

Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Mr. Walter Ray of Leroy. was a
guest of the Montezuma last night.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Postoffice Drugstore..

Mr. S. N. Dillard of Summerfield
was In the city today.

Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmary.

Mr. A. C. Flanders of Lawrens. S.
C., is at the Montezuma.


A new shipment of peroxide
just In at the Court Pharmacy.


cream


There were 32 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
Do you smoke? Then try that Xi-
manles smoker at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. E. L. Robinson of Micanopy is
at the Ocala House.
Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
Mr. John Dickinson of Indianapolis
is a guest of the Ocala House.


Bathing caps just received at the
EDW ARDS Court Pharmacy.


Phcie 108


City Market


SCRAP METAL AND JUNK


I will buy all kinds of Junk-Iron. Steel. Brass. Copper, Zinc,
Tin, Lead, Rubber. Bagging, barrels, Leather. Etc.; old Engines,
Bellers. Rails, Etc., whether as second-hand or scrap and pay the
highest price in cash for same. Write or call on me and let me know
what you have and were it is located.

CITRA. FLORIDA.


FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
The beautiful


Hayvood White Sulphur Springs Hotel


WAYNE8VILLE, N. C.


Altitude 2,850 Feet


On the Southern, Railway, one nour from Asheville. Capacity 250 guests.
N.o geemmptlves. Hot and Cold gfulphur Baths, Music. Bowling and Tennis.
dl attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
k-imi o. address 0. C. ROOAN. Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenll-
wh m, Ask vle.)


WATCH YOUR DATES!


HEED


THE WARNING!


-\ It is not our desire to lose a single subscriber,
theMeore we are sending this out as a warning be-
fore hand. We have been revising our list of sub.
cdribers, as we are required to do under the law of
the postal authorities. Look at the date on your
paperr and see if you are paid up, and if not Bend
in your subscription at cnce.
There are many names on our list that are way
past due, and we know they are overlooked by the
subscribers. We do not wish to drop a name with.
out first giving warning.
The postal regulations force us to do this, and
no matter how unpleasant it may be to us, we must
comply with the law.
You have or will receive a statement of your ac.-
count and we ask that you remit tor the Fame at
onme. If there are errors we will cheerfully correct
them.


\WHY


Do we gt uw fw Inqukls fromrn the Ocal Distdct for


Mr. R. L. Martin went to Weir Park
this afternoon.
FOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.
5 or 6 doses U"W will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Miss Bertha Cook has accepted a
position in Frank's store.
FOR RENrT-F'urnlshed rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-
iences; 24 Watula street.


Mr. J. M. Barnes of Trilby Is among


last night's arrivals at the Montezu-
ma hotel.
S- -
WANTED-4 or S-rorm cottage in
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office.
Mr. A. M. Withers of Standard, the
turpentine operator of that place, was
In town today.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
R. S. Hall. a turpentine operator and
capitalist of Ocala, is a guest of the
DeSoto today.-Tampa Times. 12th.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. Gus A. Morton of Williston Is
In the city for the first time in sev-
eral months.
COOK WANTED-An experienced
cook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
Bell, at the courthouse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson and
son of Ocala, were registered at the
DeSoto In Tampa yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hood Tipton of St.
Petersburg. are In the city visiting
friends and relatives.

FOR SALE-Eight head sand hill
Pekin ducks. raised this spring. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth street.
Messrs. J. M. Willis and G. A. Mor-
ton of Williston are guests of the
Ocala House.
FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (50 lbs. Ice) $5:
one extension dining table, oak, $3. W.
H. Clark. Ocala.
Mr. W. L. Goodwin. representing the
Richmond Paper Co.. of Richmond.
Va.. Is in the city calling on the
printers.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
Mr. Baxter Carn will soon move into
his new house, which he bought from
Mr. John L. Edwards. In the first
ward.
Bear In mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's inks: also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.


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':< .May. the popular young com-
is .. arriv.'tI in the city this after-
Sr.,,.n ndi will be at the Air Dome this
.-v%-ning. Dick can make a graven
case image laugh. chase the demon of
*-nuui to its lair and irrigate the d,.-
erts of Bor,-dom with rippling riv-
odav ulets of mirth. With Dick and three


reels rof zood pictures, the Air Dome
wll! be cove of Happy Valley this
evening, and if you are not there you
will be like the little boy who fell out
of the balloon.

AN ELEGANT FOUNTAIN
That new soda fountain that Jake
Gerig has just installed in his Post-
office Drugstore is a thing of beauty
arnd a joy forever. If Jake had lived
in the days of Homer and set that
fountain up in Athens or Mycenae,
Jove and the other gods. with the
goddesses and godlets. would have de-
serted high Olympus to frequent Jake's
store, and Charlie Fox would have had
Ganymede beaten the width of the
Hellespont. The new fountain is an
Alhambra dream of marble, onyx and
silver and it tastes as good as it looks.
The Star printers have started in to
buy it.

HOW WOULD IT WORK?
The Georgia legislature has passed
a law prescribing a fine of $1,000 for
every one who slanders a woman. If
such a law was in force all over the
country, it would be interesting to see
how It would work. If It was in force,
no other source of revenue would be
needed for a while. It would probably
work more hardship on the men than
on the women, for so many of the for-
mer would have to be digging up the
coin to pay the fines incurred by the
latter. Its doubtful if there would be
enough men who had not Incurred the
penalty to arrest, try. convict and
guard the offenders. The hard roads
would be perfect and the county farms
well tilled. All the towns would have
streets paved with vitrified brick and
sidewalks laid with cement. In this
march of progress. Ocala would not
be at the rear of the procession. The
mayor's' matinee would look like re-
vival meetings for a while.
REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
'Your only hope." said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich.,
suffering from severe rectal trouble.
lies in an operation. "then I used Dr.
King's New Life Pills," she writes,
"till wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis, cure constipation, heada-
che. 25c at all druggists.
AUTO FOR SALE


A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile." care Star office.


IN CASE OF FIRE
The Ocala Telephone company has
had placed on the transmiter of their
"phones throughout the city a card
bearing the following Inscription: "Ii
case of fire call central and say Tir
at- plug ---" the number of the fir
plug nearest the phone being given
This is a very commendable spirit and
will eliminate the uncertain method
formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
tion and saying there is a fire near
John Smith's house. These cards
should be kept on the 'phone so any
one wishing to turn in an alarm car
readily see what is the nearest fir
plug.
Take Kodol at the times when yoi
feel what you have eaten is not digest
ing. Kodol digests what you eat s<
you can eat sufficiently of any good
wholesome food, if you will just le
Kodol digest it. Sold by all druggists
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the materlaJ, brushed
and knowledge to paint and do I
right. Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave wor
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw
Ocala, Fla. tt
INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades fo
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent. Tr
them. H. W. Tucker. the electric sup
ply man.

I have a late model No. S Under
wood typewriter. .which has not been
used over ninety days, and will sel
for $60 cash. or on terms. Felix H
Sisk. Ocala House.




ICE! UICE!

hy Ice Frm Re Wagm

They say, but if you will examlne
carefully the ice which melts so rap


There Is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city than we
carry. Come in and look it over If
you want something really nice. Ty-
dings (& n

Mr. R. I. Muurrell left this morn-
ing for Virginia. where he will visit
relatives for a few weeks, before go-
Ing to join his father in California.
"Bob" has been with the Star. off and
on. for the last four years. Always
intelligent, industrious and obliging.
we part from him with regret and hope
prosperity will ever attend his foot-
steps.
Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.

Mrs. Sanford Jewett and infant
daughter, Margaret and her guests.
Mrs. M. I. Ansley. Miss Margaret
Ansley and Mr. Bradford Ansley, went
to Lake Weir yesterday.
There was a tremendous rain yes-
terday afternoon. Not only the win-
dows of heaven, but the doors, sky-
lights and transoms were opened.


If you are looking for prompt
efficient service, send us your
seriptions. or 'phone us and we
send for them. Nothing but the
used at the Postofflce Drugstore.


and
pre-
will
best


Mr. and Mrs. G W. Martin paid a


DR. CARSWELL SERIOUSLY ILL
Dr. S. T. Carswell, who came here to
take Dr. D. M. Smith's practice dur-
in the latter's absence, is seriously
ill at the Campbell House.
SHAW WALKER FILING DEVICES
The Shaw Walker Cabinet and Piling
Device company, for whom the Ocala
New Company are local agents, have
the contract from the government to
supply these goods in the Ocala and
Gainesville federal buildings. They
have contracts with the government
at the present time to supply ninety
such buildings.

MR. LEE RESIGNS
S ----
Mr. J. L. Lee, who has been super-
intendent for the Ocala Telephone Co.
for the past 18 months, has resigned
and leaves today with Mrs. Lee for
Jacksonville, where he has a position.
NEW LODGE AT DUNNELLON
Mr. N. L Gottlleb has returned from
Dunnellon. where he wrote 18 names
for the Fraternal Union of America.
He will return there next week and
Install a fine lodge. Mr. Gottlieb is
meeting with great success as state
organizer for the F. U. of A, and is
going to make good with it.
DISCHARGED THE SUSPECTS


s visit to the Star office last night and Tom Burroughs and the woman
r inspected the linotype, the workings Bessie. the white people who have
d `)f which were explained to them by been in Jail here for several days un-
n-Mr. Bart Coley. der suspicion, were given a hearing In
Judge Bell's court this morning and
e Look over our ilne of toilet prep- the judge discharged them with the
Saratlons. We are quite proud of the proviso that they immediately get out
d fine stock. Perfumes, powders and of this section.
d soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
SCompany. Lon Hatchell, a colored section
r hand. was knocked off the heavy hand
s car at Reddick yesterday and the car
SN ipuC passed over his body. He was mangled
y .so terribly that his death is almost
n certain. He is in the Marion County
e Hospital. where he is being given ev-
cry attention.
Frank P. Gadson. proprietor of the
u Ocala Bazar, returned this week from Mrs. D. A. Clark and family of Mar-
SNew York city, where he made his tel, have gone to Hendersonville, N.
SNw Yor cyC., where they will have apartments
I, 27th annual purchasing trip. Gadson at the Kentucky Home for the next
t already had a large stock, the store three months.
5. apparently being filled with pretty
goods, but he bought the largest fall wr E in go net Appl at he-
stock and the best stock, notwith- wit oo cond A t th
)f standing this fact. that he has ever! Star office.
r purchased. He bought Just $5,000.001
d worth of goods and nearly all of them Mr. W. C. Galbralth, who has been
have arrived and are either opened or 'with the spoke and rim factory, now
It being opened on the second floor of at Brooksville, but formerly In Ocala,
t his store. Following these goods will since long before that company mov-
r come his elegant line of holiday ed from Ocala, is in town and expects
n goods, which he selected in person, to locate here again. Mr. Galbraith
while in the city and will come down Is one of the best accountants in the
d in good time for the season. country and Is open for an engage-
Gadson says he has never seen the ment.
market in better shape for the mer-
chant. The prices were low and the If the glare of the sun hurts your
selections of goods fine and large and eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
he got right among the bargains and from us for 25c. The Postoffice Drug.
e scooped them in. There Is no one who store.
)r know s better how to do this than
;e Frank, for he has been there, twice a
y year. for the past 27 years, and is as A E
. familiar with the wholesale bargain HE
Floridian is with "Sweet Taters," and
. he does not buy till he finds what he
n wants and at the right prices. This
I year, more than ever before, he has O
prices that will make them open their ic
eyes.
Among the goods bought and that j
are now in the store, ready for your
inspection, are the following:
Clothing for men and boys-suits, .
pants, overalls, etc. The Best oft 1111i011 Fr
Men's, boys' and ladies' shoes of all ed by Hos Pteoaie
kinds and prices.
One of the largest lines of men's
shirts, both for working and dress NEW PTW MRB EVEM DAT
e purposes ever carried in town. THREE FULL REEL EACH NI
A magnificent stock of hosiery for THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT


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FENOLEWIRELESS TELPNI
There bela, ta M Sem at the
Montesams tafay aMd wt be tN-
KILLS Mosquitoes. Bedbugs fru of trh .te eI,,n , s9 sS
Roaches, Moths, Wa- ri. t-e w s ie Mr.
terbug. Ants, Fleas. K Taylor, whe Ibs es m is t Idt,
Destroys germs a n d the Collins wireless T hse e
.. *. _and Mr. W. M oUM Of T0afen1-
sterilizes the eggs of vieO. who came downIt niss ..
all insiects. one of the instruments, are shoulag
a- 11 ia .. Ithe people of Ocala the smarveloue Ia-
CLEANS Furniture, Carpets, ventlon and letting them ta&n md re-
Rugi', Curtains, Etc celve meg over w t for thmsivw.
IlMr. Simpson Is a son ofdtho fcilnd s t
positively harmless to of the company, whoem hmq-tamr
the fOOds. ,are in Jacksonrlle. The company ha
t headquarters and plants in operaton
DISINFECTS thoroughly, at different places and are In talin
and an abolfte e- others. You will have to go and see
and an absolute pre- the wireless telephone in operation to
ventitive of all Con- properly appreciate It. The ladles are
t Oous diseases t speciu ally Invited to can at the bhotl
iagiO u as asesto O.and see and hear the telephone.
man and beast. *
BAND CONCERN TONIGHT
E LT The following program will be gir-
-en by the Metropolitan Band this
T 7 T evening at 5:15 o'clock. provided t*O
SI weather Is agreeable:
E A P 0 TJ 1. March, "Peter Piper"-S. R. Heary.
^ 'l I Overture, "L'atspler--eler-Bema.
G O r Y. 3. Baritone solo, Chalnge" (Mr. P.
E. Mathews)-Geo. SouthwelL
.. .. ---- 4. Selection, "aust"-Gounod.
5. Two-step, "Priscilla"'-. R. Heary.
9. Selection, "El Trovatore"-VerdL
Dick May. the funny little Dutch- 7- Medley Waltses, "Are You Sitcere"
man. will be at the Air Dome tonight -Albert Gumble.
and tomorrow night. He comes here 8 SelectlUe, "The Ruler"-W. C.
with a reputation ahead of him as a O'Hare. A. E. Gerig, Director.
German comedian and Is different from
all others. His jokes and songs are A HANDSOME REFRIGERATOR
all new and never heard in Ocala.
Come and see and hear him and if S. A. Moses and Brother are Install.
you don't laugh at him, then go and Ing the largest refrigerator nla the
see a doctor. city. It is a handsome piece of far-
niture, about 8 feet high and 10 feet
Mr. J. H. Ley. of New Orleans, one long. There is a big central Ice box
of the expert sales managers employ- ,and three large compartments on each
ed by Mr. A. Boenert of this city. side and one beneath the Ice depart-
came in today from Floral City. where ment. Fruits, tomatoes, vegetables,
he conducted a most successful sale |etc., and other goods will now be kept
for the New York Racket company. Ion ice for customers with the double
and will leave tonight for Bonifay. in advantage of having the articles cold
extreme West Florida, where he will 1 when wanted and keeping them fresh
operate a big sale for one of the mer- so much longer. The refrigerator was
chants. made by the McCray Refrigerator C0.
of Indiana.


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Hayes ave hi last pwI@ e---e at
the Air Does lUat evaefa a Omat to
Dunnella today. His we -Ut M i t
better tham amy o htis b eles
eoronaan. As Deputy -tWU Wat-
on said. "-he Jat broke m10W a-
made may frieods In Oeala. A .Wl
be a welteome ialtor If he ratmus.
Mr. W. J. Awards is In the edIy o
a visit to hias broth, Mr. J. L1 6u-
wards. He came ove in the ho am01 0
Buick atemoblle owned 117 btaiM
and brotm,. U IMUdwm.4
For lndItesat n md anll M6
trouble take older's Oriae lsatmtve as
It astmlatea the stomach a liver
and regulates the bowels amd U p
Itively cure habitual n.aipati. idl
by an dealers.
Mr. StrLpltng tha eu
agent for the Florida UfMe imame
company, hab retaowMd robm ta
month valt to his taly at qfaa..
vylle, as, during whch taw be Mt"
nsauree a hise GeoraS tarrtor.
Col A. .igelow, of fekweIl, m- _
eral manager for the DUnmuala lPea.
phate Company, is a guWt e the
Ocala Houae.
Mr. C. L Btti r. edito at Te
Star. la n Salt lake City, Utah. ti-
day, where he will visit a Sephew ir
a few days, and then tara his ea.
homeward.


The pmrescrpuo oeartm bt is the
main atay of any drugatora Acanu
reliability, promptnessa mnd pure T
have made this department et -
business ee of the largest is the
country. Send us your m resAwtptg
Tydlnga a Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. RapalI s
Ocala and Mr. A. P. Stuck at Oak.
were registered at the DeSote hot al
Tampa, yesterday. /

GOTTLIEB GROOMED THE GOAT

0. D. Edwards, of Hernando, rode
the Masonic goat here Monday al'ht.
the cerenonles being codcted by
District Deputy Grand Master N. L'
Gottlleb of Ocala.-Invernea Ciroft-
Icle.

ACTIVE AT 7f
This would be unusual news ift ma
and women would keep thmheaves
free from rheumatism and all ache
and pains as well as keeping thAbr
muscles and Joints l ibered with
Ballard's Snow IJalmentL Sl hy
all druggists.

SUNNY JiM'S UCCIcm
For several years Sunny Jim oDb-
Inton has been trying to get aa extra
train on the Coast Line, but set until
last mouth did he succeed. That traia
today is the best payi one am th
road. which goes to show that a hee
drummer knows more about r alrmad
Ing than ase who have spenO a .We-
time at the bus.n..-nverss.
Chronicle.
No matter how g you h ave su-
fered, Foley's Kidney Riem wl
help you. Mrs. & L. Bow of
Wayne, W. TVa writer:. "1 wa a
sufferer ftram kidney dIaea.s, o At
at times I could not gat out f abe.
and when I did I couldM wt sd
stragt: I took Foe's Ki dney
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured m entirely." It wSl
cure you. 'old by all dealer,

LOCATION IS CHANGED


-Heirs broke loosm la Gea am
was once a common expresalm, but
the location was chaauad to Inmr-
ness Sunday. ad as a result ad
whisky mead ohmldmb6 do-
turbance, but hackly oly oe s
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COLLEGr ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
FINE ARTS DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND
3UINIESS.
Carai e BW anad third men's dormitory now completed: electric
lights, steam and urn&ace heat; large faculty; perfect health condi-
tions; be h ymaaasim, athletic fields, boating, tennis. courts, golf links:
baiall. football and basketball teams champions of Plorida in 1909.
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate:
scholarseps available; Christian but undenominatior.al; stands for

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ray.
No. 10. Citra-Miss Jennie Payne.
principal; Miss Stella Martin. assis-
tant.
No. 11, Griner Farm-Miss Carrie
Holly.
No. 12. Buck Pond-Miss Sue C.
B, ozema n.
No. 13. Sparr-W. R. Terrell.
No. 14. Candler-Miss Caroline Pas-
teur.
No. 15. Fellowship-Miss Marion L.
Krr. principal: Mis. Altahula Beck.
No. 14. Electra-Mi.ss Dixie Pillans.
No. 17, Blitchton--Miss Marye Ter-
rell.
No. 18, Martel-Gary Beck.
No. 19, Ft. King-Miss Maggie
Nixon.
No. 20, Capulet-Not filled.
No. 21, Lindale-No school.
No. 22. Cotton Plant-Miss Annie
Folks.
No. 23. Orange L.ke-Miss (C. Es-
telle Lyles.
No. 24. Oak Hill-Miss Daisy Ross.
No. 25. Moss Bluff-Miss Francis G.
Hale.
No. 26. Fairfleld-B. B. Johnson.
No. 27. Cottage Hill-No sAcool.
No. 28. Charter Oak-Miss Lizzie
Proctor.
No. 29. Pedro-P. Wilson Green,
principal: Miss Narnie Perry. inter-
mediate: Miss Bertha Snow. primary.
No. 30. Kendriek-Miss Rae. Folks.
No. l1. Oklawaha-Miss Minnie Lre
Carlisle.
No. 32. Heidtville-Not filled.
No. 23. Irvine-Miss Annie Wilson.
No. 34. Flemington-Miss LU;na
Shealy.
No. 3i. hSilhoh-Miss Rudolph Myl-, .


No. 36,
ingr-r.
No. 37.
puis.
No. 3S.
Fvagli.
No. 39.
No. 40,


Central-Miss Elenor Sock-
Ebenezer-Miss Mam'e Du-
Pleasant Hill-Miss Etta
Martin-Mis.s Janie Ausloy.
Shady-Miss Blanche Pric-


No. 41. Summerfield-1Mi.ss Ella
Lyles.
No. 42. Anthony-E. C. Boyd. prin-
cipal: Miss Ola Sims, intermediate:
Miss Soloma Sims, primary.
No. 43, Ft. McCoy-Miss Irene Mil-
ler.
No. 44, Marshville-Miss Mary
Forbes.
No. 45., Eureka-Miss Della Smith.
No. 46, Bay Lake-Miss Dollie Ro-
well.
No. 47, Orange Springs-T. J. An-
derson.
No. 48. Lake Bryant-Miss Harriet
L. Simpson.
49. Grahamville-Miss Emily H :l-
ford.
No. 50. Indian Mound-Miss Ellie
Rodgers.
No. 61, Key Pond-Miss Mille Nash.
No. 52. Eaton Creek-Not filled.
No. 53. Romeo. Mi.-s Sue Haycraft.
No. 54. Gtrenwood-Miss Reggie
Mc(Cullyv.
No. 5 ,. Churchill-No school.
Not. :.6. Lowell-Miss Allie Mathews.
No. ;S. Homeland-No school.
No. .'19, Williamson-No school.
No. o0. Andalusia-W. T. Carlton.
No. 61, Mill Creek-Miss Abbie
Stokes. *
No. 62, Dallas-Mrs. P. H. Perry.
No. 63. Juliette-No school.
No. 64. Pasley-Miss Cora Pritchett.
No. 67. Patt's Island-J. 0. Howard.
Colored
No. 1. Howard Aeademy-J. D. Me-
Call, principal; Miss Camilla Alexan-
der. Miss Olive L. Harrison. C. I.
Gadson. Miss E. M. Jordan. Miss L.
D. Baker, Mrs. L S. Hughes, Miss
Ethel B. Scott.
No. 2. Fessnden Academy-Joseph
L. Wilky. principal: Mrs. J. A. Wilev.
Hobbs Clidr.ss. Miss Cherry Brows.
No. 3. Mt. Tabor-Miss Wilma Mc-
Duffy.
No. 4. Gum Springs-Miss Nancy
Jones.
No. 5. Mt. Zion-D. P. Sparks. prin-
tant.
No. 6. Lakeside-Miss Annie L. Kln-
sler.
No. 7. Boardman-Misa Lottie P.
Howell. principal; Janin Natteel. mon-
itor.
No. S. Clarkesville-Miss Lutitia J.
Wilkerson, 'principal; Thos. Harris.
monitor.
No. 9. Moors Pond-Virginia C.
Howard.
No. 11t. Hard Rock--'. A. Adams.
principal: Miss Fannie Menchan. 1st
assistant; Miss Ruby Mitchell. 2d as--
sistant.
No. 11. Wetumpka-Miss LonnIe
Davis.
No. 12. Blaze Pond-Miss F. A.
Beatty. principal: Miss Martha Si.n-
mons. assistant.
No. 13. Elmwood-Miss Lula 1.
Haile.
No. 14, Pine Grove-Miss Theresa
Bonner. principal: Miss N. E. Hughes.
No. 1.% Bethlehem-E. W. Daily.
principal: Mrs. E. W. Dally. monitor.
No. 14. Wetsley Chapel-Miis Ada
L. Austin.
No. 17. Hog Pond-Miss Cora 7IM.
Butler.
No. 1I. St. Peters-Mrs. R. C. Al-


Our school under the skillful man-
agement of P. Wilson Green. Miss
Nannip Perry and Mils Bertha Snow.
opened August 2nd. with an enroll-
ment of 94.
This school has just received a $100
organ from the Cornish Co. Miss
Leitner will begin teaching her mu-
sic class In Septembler.
Sunday School is progressing nicd-lv.
We find the organ a reat improve-
ment in Sunday School.
Miss.s Elsie and Ethel Perry are
spending the week with Mrs- Daugh-
arty at Summcrfield.
Misses Lizzie and Blanche Proctor
spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends on Lake Weir.
Mrs. P. H. Hill and little son.
Charles, of Levon. spent the day witnt
Mrs. R. Perry and daughters last
Thursday.
Mrs. Lolly andl little daughter, of
Invern.'k-ss. are visiting Mrs. Lolly's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor.
Mrs. Hayse. who has be-n visiting
relatives at Plant City, returned Sun-
day.
A great number of Pedro folk at-
tended the Oxford annual barbecue
and report a fine time.
Mr. Neil Swearinger was a business
caller in Ocala Monday.
Mvssrs. Walter Perry and Robert
Shaw are on the sick list.
Re.v. Kelly fills his regular appoint-
ment at Sardis church Sunday.

BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness-splendid for teething
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"I tried all kinds of blood remedies
which failed to do me any good, but I
have found the right thing at last. My
face was full of pimples and black-heads.
After taking Cascarets they all left. I am
continuing the use of them and recom-
mending them to my friends. I feel fine
when I rise in the morning. Hope to
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FredC. Witten, 76 Elm St.,Newark, N.J.
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TEACHERS APPOINTED No. 29, Christian-Xise Marioa Boa-
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To Teach in the Scheels of Marion No 30, Stanton-Miss Annie V.
County for the Year 1909-1910. Crooms
--- No. 31. Rock Sink-Miss Daisy .M.
White Hill.
No. 32. Jerusalem-Miss Mary Boyd.
No. 1. Ocala-J. H. Workman, prin-; No. 33. Silver Springs-Miss Lula
cipal; Misses Sarah E. McCreary, Baldwin.
Richardson, Georgia Borger. May H. No. 34. ML Olive-Miss Mattie F.
Turnley Elizabeth Mizellt. Shelton Holton.
Souter, Ettle L (arm. Nellie Stevt-nH. No. 35, Riverside-Mrs. Hettie Har-
Fannie Clark. Margaret E. Tay!or. ris.
Corinne Willhiams. No. 36, Hopew-ell-W. C. Rodgers.
No. 2, McIntosh-Harry Shaw. prin- principal; Mrs. W. C. Rodgers, asss-
cipa': Miss Farra. 1st assistant. Miss tant.
Bprry. 2d assistant. No. 37T. lack Sink-Jessie EF
No. 3. Bell,-view-Henry Rickards. Mitchell.
principal. Miss Elsie Schneider. assis- No 39. Hawthorn-Ida D. Maxey.
tant. principal; Carrie James, assistant.
No. 4. Fantville-J. B. Rooney. No. 39. Baldwin Farm-Miss Ella
No. 5. Dunnellon-Frank H. Ellis. Boyd
principal; Mis, Nannie McGahagin. No. 40. Orange Creek-Miss Eliza
1st assistant: Miss Nettle Gordon 2d James.
assistant; Miss Agnes Zetrouer, 3d as- No. 41. Liberty Chapel-Miss Olive
Sistant. L- Ransom.
No. 4. Reddick-Miss Amelia Ken- No. 4. Jacob's Well-Mrs. S. E. Wil-
dall. prindci.al: Miss Belle Haycraft. iams.
int(-rmvliate; Miss Appie Redditt. pri- No. 43, Cedar Landing-Miss Eu-
nmary %-. nice Kirg.
No. 7, Pinp c-v-Miss Ethel Tur- N. 44. Watula-Miss Mary Mc-
nr. Mekin.
No. 8, Mayville-No school. Mee in.
No. 9. Weirsdale--Miss Cora Mur- DiPlE O


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A solemn gloom passed over the city
of Bradentown July 18, when the end
of Mr. G. P. Falana came. Though
expected it came as quite a shock to
the citizens of Bradentown as well as
his family. Mr. Falana was born and
reared in Jacksonville. Fla. He came
to Orang,. Lake and engaged in the
mercantile business, which he follow-
ed for a few years. During this time
he married'and the union was blessed
with two children. Responsibility be-
ing so great he sought a position with
the A. C. L. R. R. company, where
he was an employee for more than
twenty five years. This position he
held with great credit. Mr. Falana
was always pious and condescending.
He never let his job serve him but
served his job. All of the engineers
and conductors liked him and would
always say a good word for him. He
made many friends wherever he went,
was loved by all who knew him. Af
ter leaving Orange Lake he settled
and made Ocala his home. Mr. F'a-
lana was a man that was honest,
straight and conscientious in every-
thing he did. Always looked at things
from a business standpoint. About
five years ago he resigned his posi-
tion with the A. C. L on account of
his health. He decided to live in the
country and selected Flemington to
live in.
After living there his health im-
proved so much he decided to farm.
This he carried out successfully.
The following year he was married
to Rev. Burney's bright and affection-
ate daughter, Cora. She was a stu-
dent of Fessenden, and had won the
fame of possessing the highest so-
prano voice as well as the admiration
of her teachers and school mates. Af-
ter their marriage they lived In Flem-
ington for about eighteen months.
Then moved to Fairfield, where they
lived for a short while. Mr. Falana's
health grew worse and finally he went
to Plant City. under treatment of Dr.
Cuep. Here he remained for a short
while. The hospital was filled and
and he was obliged to go to Tampa.
He commenced treatment from Dr.
Hiram Hampton, who attended him
with patience and gave satisfaction
for a while. Dr Hampton advised him
to move to Bradentown with the hope
of getting better.
The very best attention was given
him and yet it seemed to be of little
avail. He had hoped to live and make
Bradentown his future home, but as
God would have it He selected a bet-
ter home in the bliss beyond.
He leaves a wife and five children,
as well as a host of friends to mourn
his death. His little wife tolled and
comforted him even in the late hours
of night to make his last days happy.
She was with him to answer every
call and never showed to him that she
ever realized teing tired. She was ever
willing and ready to do something to
ease his pains. Thru all of his illness
he/seemed to he as happy as could
be. always putting the best side out.
Mr. Palana was a subject of heart
failure, which troubled him for years.
gradually growing worse year after
year. Through all his illness he tried
to make home ideal. His place will
be hard to fill, for a good. honest.
straight forward man has left and
passed into the bliss beyond. He will
not be missed by the men of his race
alone, but by a host of white men who
always spoke well of him for his In-
tegrity and how he stood for the right.
Too much could not be said of this
honored and noble man. In politics
he stood fair. was termed "all round
man." He is now resting from his la-
bors. awaiting his dear friends tp
come. He was fifty-six years, one
month and seven days old.
His wife will remain in Bradentown
with her beloved daughter, SallUe
where she will teach in the high
school this winter.
A light from our household gone.
A voice we loved is still:


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