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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 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID03249
Source Institution: University of Florida
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and bladder trouble. It will quickly
coreet urinary Irregularities, which, It
neglected, may develop into a serious
illness. It will restore health and
strength. Do not neglect signs of
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Brig8hrs disease or diabetes. Sold by
all dealers.
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY
TO BE HELD AT EVINSTON
The cornerstone of the Evinston
Methodist Episcopal church. South,
will be laid Wednesday. Aug. 25th, the
exercises to begin at 10:30 a. m. The
Maons have been invited to lay the
cornerstone. Prominent speakers have
been requested to be present and de-
liver addresses suited to the occasion.
A baseball game is planned for the
afternoon. A picnic dinner will be
served on the grounds. The Woman's
Home Mission Society will serve re-
freshments In the afternoon. The pub-
lic generally Is Invited to attend. We
hope to have a large crowd, a pleasant
day and help a good cause. Our friends
of Micanopy. Mclntosh and surround-
ing country are requested to bring
wU Bile baskets. C. L Grace.
0. D. Huff.


SILUONS UPON BILLIONS
Immemse Wealth Piled Up for
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Or Aeident, says Cont of Inquiry.
His Memer Mayf Pt sseto the
Me She Nwd es Killed
Her Son

Washington. Aug. l.-The naval
eourt of Inquiry which late last week
cloemd the bearing which Inqured into
the cause of the death of Lieutenant
-utton, rendered a verdict yesterday
that Button came to his death either
by accidental shooting or suicide. In
ts verdict the court of inquiry states
that it cannot arrive at a eohwi,.-im
as to Just whether Button killed him-
self purposely or whether the shoot-
ing was accidental.
The court also decided that no poe-
sible charge of criminality lies against
any of the participants In the affair,
and that Sutton was wholly respon-
sible for his death, which was self-
inflicted, either intentionally or in an
effort on bis part to shoot one of the
others.
Mrs. Button declared a few days
ago that if the case was decided
against her she would carry It into the
civil courts and prosecute the men
who were known to have been with
Button at the time he was killed.

CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. &. Nusbaum, Batesvlle, Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for
three mouths with a summer cold so
distressing that It Interfered with my
business. I had many of the sympL
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." Bold
by all dealers.
DESIRE OF THE
PEOPLE DEFEATED
Canea. Island of Crete, Aug. 19.-
The Greek flag. which was raised
three weeks ago over the public build-
ing on the Island, In defiance of Tar-
key's sovereXgnlty. and as an evidence
'of a desire on the part of the people
of Crete to unite their fortunes with
those of the Grecian nation was low-
ered yesterday by bluejackets from
the warships of Great Britain. Face
and Italy. The natives stood quietly
by and watched the ceremony. There
was no resistance offered and no show
of excitement.

REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
TYour only hope," said three doctors
to Mrs. M. Fisher, Detroit, Mich..
suffering from severe rectal trouble,
Hea tn an operation. "then I used Dr.
King's New Lfe Plls," she writer.
"fIll wholly cured." They prevent ap-
pendicitis, cure constipation, heada-
che. 25c at all druggists.
BUILDING FROM BROOKSVILLE
Capt W. B. Denham, general man-
ager of the Tampa Northern railroad,
left for Brooksville this morning. It
Is understood that this road will be-
gin at once on the extension of the
road from Brooksville to Dunnellon.-
Tampa Times, 18th.
ACTIVE AT 87
This would be unusual news If men
and women would keep themselves
tree from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with Bal-
lad's Snow TJnlmen Bold by all

HAD TO LEAVE HANSON
Suit for Divere Against the Central
of Geergia Railrod President
Atlanta, Aug. 19.-Charging her
husband, aj J. F. Hanson, president
of the Central of Georgia railroad,
with infatuation for a Mrs. Horner,
and also alleging cruel treatment,
Mrs. Cora L Hanson of Macon has
filed suit for divorce.

TAKE NOTICE
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Prominent You"Mg Business Man Shet ^
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Wmnan He Ruined "
Augusta. Ga. Aug. 19.-Richard co tU.,,--
Watson, cashier of the Central of friMendM p of its engtome S a .*. ,iI
Georgia railroad, was shot anid fatally i
wounded in his office yesterday by ther ". ''
Miss Elvira Todd.
The young woman fired six shots at
Watson, and three of them entered his
body. He was seated at his deat
when the young woman entered and
she. after a few words, began to shoa T M E *t.
at him. He fell in a heap on the floao
at her feet
The young woman was arrested Im- i a '
mediately afterward. The police de- OI' F '
clare she shot Watson in the hope of
killing him, because he had ruined A
her. CARRIES G '
She also said that Watson. after- .-
having deceived her and then aban- dm asa
doning her. was now engaged to oarwj'533W
a well known young lady of this city.
It is believed that the man will die. ..
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Washington, D. C, Aug. 19.-Bil-
lions upon billions. "The farmer has
again piled up wealth. says the an-
nual report of Seeretary of Agriculture
Wilson. The 1o0s crops are valued at
t7.h77l.NI. the greatest in the his-
tory of the world. "This is four times
the value of the mine products and this
supplies N per cent. of the manufac-
turing industriles materiaL-"
The report goes on: "The crop value
this year Is m$299 .-.0 above the
value for 1w 7 and SrK*0.W above
the census amount for 1899. During
the last ten years the wealth produc-
tion of the farmer has exceeded by
sixty million dollars enough to pay
for the Panama canal and fifty battle-
ships. For the Anst time in history
the cotton crop in value, exceeds the
hay crop, which is valued at $621W.00.
0O, and the wheat crop, which ius
valued at $62.0,00@0,e. Never before
has it approached nearer than sixty-
six million dollars to the value of the
farm products. The dairy cow gets
closer to W.0W. M Eggs and poul-
try are worth as much at the cotton.
hay or wheat crop."



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A Big Trade Promised with Oklahoma ft> a- ga- CediM -
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Oklahoma City, August 19.-Trade
with Florida and the fruit growing .
region of the southeast Is to be de- B e F a 1
veloped for Oklahoma City and sur-
rounding section. Most of the tropleal--w ft r ph NSA
fruit consumed in this section comes e m ks a. C Cou I Ihnderas
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Pineapples come largely from Cuba. ile Cardiesp, Wagm. k us aftK9
by way of New Orleans. Florida or- -. *
anges and other fruits have not been SlIsk o I
coming here in large quantities. J- '
Through the medium of new freight. k -- I-- .
rates the Santa Fe railroad hopes to
stimulate trade with that section and
open up a vast new territory. A rate
of $1.01 2-10 from Florida points w$l
become effective October 10th' on ol-
anges. lemons, limes and grapefrult-s V' .
On pineapples the rate will be $1.07
6.10. These rates have never before cjflft lJ'I A
been offered. The rate on bananas in
carload lots from New Orleans to Ok- -ll-.
lahoma City will be reduced from 80 Vee-----------
to 72 cents.


THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE
A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long JIfe. 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 vitalizes 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.
Sherman. of Cushing. Me, "but Elec-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only
50c at all druggists.
PERSECUTION OF HASKELL
WILL BE PhASLkD
Washington, Aug. 19.-The depart-
ment of Justice Is preparing to bring
Governor Haskell of Oklahoma to
trial on the Indictments charging him
with fraud in procuring titles to cer-
tain Indian town lots in Oklahoma.
The trial probably will be called In
October and the officials of the de-
partment of justice are hopeful of
success.
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. You and everybody around
you will feel better for it. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
A DEFENSE OF ARTHUR HALL
Editor Star-Please allow me- space
to correct a mistake in regard to the
Arthur Hall case. There has never
been a trial. Mr. Hall postponed his
trial until the grand jury meets. A
lot of mistakes have been represented
in this scrap, and I believe a lot of
prejudice shown. I never did believe
in that thing you call prejudice. Give
the devil what is coming to him. for
we all want all that is coming our
way. The people of Oklawaha seem
to think that Arthur Hall Is a very bad
young man. Truly, I think there is a
plenty of old men over there a great
deal worse than young Mr. Hall. He
seems to be a very nice young man.
If you ever visit around Oklawaha.
you will find that there are a lots of
people that are worse than young Hall.
There is a place one mile from Okla-
waha called Weir Park. They are
having fights and threatened killing
each other, and the funny part is, one
fight started over a little water throw-
ing. Flowers Bloom Again.
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 "Rucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me." writes John Wash-
ington, of Bosquesville, Tex. For
eczema, boils, burns and piles it's asu-.


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ATTRACTIONS OF ARROWHEAD
Grand Junction, Colo, Aug. 14.-
Throlgh the courtesy of my nephew,
Mr. Clayton Brenneman, of Riverside.
I had the pleasure of taking In Arrow
Head, a famous resort for those af-
flicted with rheumatism, stomach
troubles and skin diseases. It Is 18
miles from Riverside and eight miles
from the old but flourishing city of
sa Bernadna. at the head of Death
Valley. The springs are 1.000 feet
above the city of San Bernadina and
reached by an elevated electric rail-
road. A very commodious hotel tops
the site of the springs and gives ex-
celiant service to its patrons. Its baths
are flue, and Inelude the mud baths.
Its waters are 19" deg. and you cannot
drink them without cooling them. The
springs are of Indian legend and that
In how their wonderful medicinal Vir-
tues were made known to the world
An Indian tribe had been sorely ar-
flicted with sores aad fever. The med-
Icine man of the tribe bad a vision,
namely, to follow a certain star and
w wter would be found to cure their
sorw and dire bodily afflIctions. The
directions were followed and after a
l ong, tedious and rugged Journey over
the mountains they came to a spot on
the mountain side distinctly marked
with a great big arrow head that
measures seven acres in extent, and
you can see it miles and miles away
and here were found the waters that
restored the afflicted Indians to health
and vigor and ever sinee they have be-
come the resort of the pale face and
thousands flock there for their curative
wonders. It is said there is nothing
In the world in the way of springs
like them.
From the summit of the hotel a
splendid and inspiring view of the val-
ley Is obtained with its orchards of
fruit trees and Its array of barley and
alfalfa fields. Further up these moun-
tains, marked by the arrow head, are
favorite resorts for camping parties
and 6,00 feet further up the snow-
coered peaks make fires and blankets
comfortable at night, lumber camps
abound and trout are plentiful In the
limpid water of the mountain stream.
In the afternoon of that day the
writer took in the orange town of
Redlands, probably the most conspic-
uous place in the world with its ex-
tenrded stretch of orange trees with
lovely homes nestling among the fo-
liage of the trees. There are acres
and'acres of trees and miles and miles
of beautiful homes, with their green
lawns bedecked with flowers. This
Stpw bhas a population of some 20.000
people, with magnificent hotels, a fine
y--MLkU brary sad is attractive school
buedings and splendid churches, cost-
Ing anywhere from $2,000 to $100,000.
The pla" de resistance Is Smiley
Heights. named after two brothers of
mqans, who came to this section some
20 years ago, took possession of a very
commanding mountain, destitute of
vegetation and have made a veritable
paradise of it, by planting it in aUl
manner of shade trees, and in the
midst of this now shady forest created
70 acres of beauUtful and thriving or-
ange grove and homes that bespeak an
earthly. paradise. The cars lead you
to the base and at t#ls season of the
p yearyou are Impressed with its beau-
ties and magnlficeat Inspiring vistas
as you reach its commanding heights.
Now this Smiley property is enhanc-
ed by the most beautiful and enticing
of winding drives, ferns, flowers, foun-
talus. lovers' walks and viaducts are
surprising you at every turn and one
is lured on for miles and miles of at-
e tractions, never wearying in the pur-
sum of the beautiful and entrancing.
All these grounds are open to the pub-
lic and as It is the show place of Red-
lands, thousands visit it every season.
Mr. Smiley, who is a youth of 81,
makes plans and sees that all of them
are executed under his personal super-
vision and he is up with the lark and
follows his men from the rising of 'the
sun to the setting of the same, and the
pleasure he gives to the public is his
recompense for his enormous outlay
to beautify the place. Mr. Smiley is a
generous benefactor to Redlands and it


has felt his generous benefactions ir.
Its beautiful library, schools, etc. Mr.
Smiley halls from New York, and is
said to have a show spot in the Adi-
rondacks that makes Smiley Heights
at Redlands look simple and prosaic.
A feature of this town of Redlands
is Its cleanliness. You must not spit
In the street cars, on the sidewalks or
throw litter anywhere. Its like a new
pin. The town is indeed a thing cf
beauty and a Joy to those who go to
see. Redlands is said to have mole
persons of great wealth than any or-
ange town in the world and wherever
you go in that clime you hear the re-
mark. "M we had as many wealthy
people living here as has Redlands, we
would make a showing that would
open your eyes.
The striking thing In all these up-
to-ate California towns are their pub-
lic school buildings, libraries. Y. M.
C. A. and church edifices. They sure
take your eye and then the way pco-
pie eye for their lawns and flowers
tells another story of the artistic and
nspiring. Everybody sprinkles the
lawn at sunset and the women are the
ones who do it, with their striking and
dainty white dresses, tc., without
selling same. was a mystery to the
writer, but they possess the art of ir-
rigation to perfection.
One of the Industries of California
Is Its cement works. You see immense
smoke stacks, throwing out dense
clouds of smoke and here you find im-
mense plants that crush the rock and
prepare the cement, which is used here
for about everything in sidewalks and
buildings.
California and especially Southern
Caifornia. beats the world for electric
ear service. Los Angeles has more
electric trains coming and going daily
than the states of Ohio. Indiana. II-
linoios and Michigan-1300 of them ev-


nually over 200 millions to the wealth
of its people. With all this wealth
need we wonder at its enterprise and
progress. But enedgh until We take a
line at Salt Lake. C. L. Bittinger.
Yes, the Ocala Banner has passed the
first quarter of its forty-fourth year
and is still youthful.-Banner. 19th.


Very youthful. indeed: its in its sec-
ond childhood.


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cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
"WOODMAR"-FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish -
ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter: furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow.
Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.


DON'T NEED GO 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.



CASTOR IA
.IwY lanlo mAhnCM


BDas the
ignature of

KENTUCKY HORSES FOR SALE
I M111 have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinston.
Fla.. for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexington, Ky, selecting this stock
from the farms This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock raisers. I
am in position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, L.
H. Willis, Jr., Evinston, Fla.
Do you smoke? Then try that Xi-
manies smoker at the Court Pharmacy.


ICE! ICE!


y Ice Frm led Wage

They say, but if you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
Ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in it, that the center is what
Is called "snow ice," which, being por-
ous, allows it to melt quickly.

"Crystal Ice"
The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as it is possible to make
ice, and is the most economical ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red


Wagon to stop and see you.


FLORIDA PACKING

IOE COMPANY
FhmeS PhmeS
gas ggag asaa .-


COMMERCIAL STATIONERY
of high grade and quality, for office
and store, receives a great deal of our
time and attention, as our stock and
facilities for supplying large and small
orders will amnlv attest. Whether


me I would stay with her."

BABY MORPHINE FIENDS READY-TO-WEAR GOODS FOR MEN AND
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL. AND TH ] PRICES THAT PREVAIL WILL BJAV TOY MU T
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir B IG E. E J BI B O
contains no injurious or narcotic LAS BY BUYING H UG
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe I
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels -EE ,
and fretfulness-splendid for teething-
Infants. Sold by all druggists. ._ mm.- a n.M "- --- .L_ -tb .


INSURANCE FOR
ABSTAINERS ONLY
The Temperance Life Insurance Corn-
pany will Take No Risk on those
who Look on the Wine
Atlanta, Aug. 9.-Application has
been filed with Secretary of State,
Cook by a number of prominent pro-
hihitionists for a charter for "The
Temperance Life Insurance Company


sL J*sA' AND.
We secured at remarkay low price will prove tte a savf to t he eme as ame bingf M
prices that or competitors wiU nt attempt to dupicate. /


FOR SCHOOL


of America." with a capital stock of Pencil Tablets for ........... le
$20.000. the purpose of which is to ac-
cept risks only upon the lifes of strict Lead Pencils for ...... ...... 1e
teetotalers.
The organization is intended as the Best Ink for ............... 4c
nucleus of, an insurance movement de- Composition Book for .... ..S5c
signed to extend throughout the Unit-
ed Stats. 6 sheets Best Paper for....... le

If you are run down Foley's Kidney 25c Lunch Basket ...... .... 15c
Remedy will help you. It strengthens Pen Holder .......... ...... lc
the kidneys so they will eliminate the,
impurities from the blood that de-5
press the nerves, and cause exhaus-, S C H OO L
tion. backache. rheumatism, and uri-
nary irregularities, which sap the vi- EExamune Our B0ys'
tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's;
Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by all' Sies, E
-A"00.0*I,-


SOSOL SUPPLIES
We carry one of the most com-
plete lines of School Supplies in the
city. There is everything the chil-
dren will need. tabletss, composi-
tion books, crayon, pencils, pens.
ink, paper, rulers, erasers, lunch
baskets, book bags, etc., and
More sad Better for the Momey th
and RHoe In Oeala will oer.
SPECIAL PRICES TO
TRACRHP8s


FOR SMI
Boys' Ca ....... .
Boys Shirts ..... ...

Pea Polats, d~.........
Foldinag Lach Beo ....
Oafeal enveloped, peMwk ..
Legxaminato l-T ts ....P. pai
ExaminnatiomTables ....


CRAYONS, BOX 10 CENTS

chiil Nub and Suib, AMMNsriSye
6ver Beughto1Uiref es


sr. "KEEP YOUR EYES ON OUR SHOW WINDOWS. WATCH FOR THE LATEST PFAS A I, I4
FOR SALE-Eight head sand hill,
Pekin ducks.'rai this spring. P. H PRICES OUR HOLIDAY GOOD ARE AkIfmNG EVERY DAY AND AB MA
Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth street. ED OUT. ALL KINDS OF PRESENTS ON SECOND FI7ML.


DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
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my TI Il-~


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FIT"-


Min Lucille Lucius. of Tap TRRU.
who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs.
Geo. Proctor, returned home on the .I
12th.
Mrs. James Cauthen started on
the 12th to visit relatives in Ala-;
bama.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foy. Jr., of! .
Port Inglis, are visiting Mr. Foy's
father.
On the 14th the Oxford base ball;
team were to flay the Belleview!
team. but failed to appear.
On the 15th E. E. Converse and 7
Elisha Polly, of Ocala, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Gale. I
On the 15th Mrs. W. F. Ritter and!
children returned home after sev-
eral weeks visit in Lake City and
elsewhere.
J. A. Freeman and family, on the
14th, went to Weir Park to fish. 0
They report good success, and that
the Oc& colony have been catching
from 80 to 100 a day.
On the 17th Mrs. Laura A. Can- |
then went to Candler to visit her'
son, Sam'l Cauthtn.
0. M. Hightower, of Heather Is-'
land. was in town on the 16th, mak-
ing arrangements to build a wagon;
house 20x40.

NOBODY SPARED
Kidney Troubles Attack Ocala Men
and Women, Old and Young One of the best. If not the best, of the small runabouts nufAtecd, IS THE Ba .L m.s
Kidney ills seize young and old.e n the business who ha given the balding
Come quickly with little warning. automobile manufacturers in the business, who has given the building of aasheg ~~
Children suffer in their early years-- ent parts and improvements on them is A. P. Brwh. of Detroit. Michiga.' and the
Can't control the kidney secretions .ABOUT is the crowning victory of these years of work. brain and money. The little
Girls are languid, nervous, of gasolene, the hardest puller, through sand and up hills of anything like Its
Women worry, can't do daily work.- United States. It is the easiest riding, the lightest on tire expense, the simplest th
Men have lame and aching backs. Little car on the market There are catalogues and descriptive matter, tellig wlT
The cure for man, woman or'ehildW &
Is to cure the cause-the kidneys. doing in 25,000 cases in the United States to be had by calling at the Star OffBee, II. 3
Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick kid- R. Carroll has the agency for Marion county and Mr. C. W. Hill. of GaiaewfMle t -t w
Cure all forms of kidney suffering. will be here Monday, August 23rd and Tuesday, August 14th, to de,.m*tetoe the U-t.b _
Mrs. S. E. Pinkerson. living at 609 show any one what it will do who is interested in the purchase of a reialWe low ellsl^ ;,
W. Liberty St.. Gainesville, Fla., says:
"My daughter was in poor health for
some time. and I am sure that It was
all due to weakened .kidneys. bhe Y .
was not strong, felt nervous and was
subject to dull headaches. These
symptoms of kidney trouble together
with others that existed, Induced me
to procure a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills. My daughter used them ac-
cording to directions, and I am glad to )
say that she was cured. I feel that H Y Lawn M ower
I owe a great deal to Doan's Kidney Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened b
Pills, for restoring my daughter's
health, and am glad to recommend
them to any persons suffering from '.atest M methods
kidney disease." '
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo- 1 We have Just received 00 one t the
mers report
Por sale by all dealers. Price 50! Lwn Mower Grindear machime
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, I wr r n
New York, sole agents for the United' for the purpo0s of gringdi Lawn
Remember there namVDoan's"!and
take me er.the nam- Dan's-- d6e the work perfectly. If you will

CHARTER OAK yonr patronage, we guarantee to
Our school is progressing nicely Mower in better condition than the day
under the skillful management of, M r-- t '
MIss Lizzie Proctor as teacher. i wi be sharp, an
Revs. Bryan and Eneymenger held i -1" 1 esap
an enthusiastic meeting here week old style way, which Is
before last. Eight members were .ays
received sn the church, one by letter rience workman with a wor
and four by baptism. o .. a. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fields, who
tives here for the past two months, i .,.gO. -N.t .jew. --" t
returned last Tuesday to their old
home at Lakeland, where all are,
glad to welcome them again. 1r1 It ,,i n a
Mr. M. P. Pritchett and daughters.,
Misses Cora and Clara, were pleas- make It C sot Iledy tt WS ON
ant visitors In Rutland last week,
the guests of Mr. Pritchett's daught- '



of Levon. passed through here Tues- M
day en route to Mrs. Q.'s father's, I -. --......-- ". ::
Mr. Nix, near Bellevlew.

going to attend the Shady barbecuei I
and anticipate a good time. A DO N S.
Mrs. M. A. GIllis, of Fort McCoy. ; s
who has been spending a while with l -i
her son. Mr. Prltchett, of this place. .
will leave shortly for Turkey Creek. '
Mr. E. H. Freer, of Belleview, was

hundred miles from here went toues",-"____-_

see his "better by three-fifths" and
staid so long that the family began And we are here with the goods-more of them than ever before in the history of this hstaMl utinmr.m
to search nor h im. Why did yo buyer went to the market earlier this season than usual, and as a coueqnece our teall gooa s are be
I decided if she couldn't come with have this season taken special pride in the purchase of several of or lines. For Imatnuse, o, '.


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Moving Pictures
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Aw ponrv vU TrT DAT
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT

S WLWO THE COMEDIAN
L FORCE, THE COMEDIAN


AT THE ALTAR
(Fan Reel)
TIM BOHEMIAN GIRL
HUNTING THE HIPPOPOTAMUS
EDGAR ALLEN POE
A WREATH IN TIME
AdmemI, I sad 29 0Cats.


BW up= as 1:30 P.m

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P. Sle by

T. W. TROXLER


THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN






ICE

Our Iw e by our new process Is fnr-
*a at a temperature of eight to ten
suurPs above zero, Is ns clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
guarantee it to last longer.

BUY FROM THE BL.UE WAONS

And Net be Disapp liu-d in Servise
And Quaitty

hI ICE MD PICKING CO
NEnVEr & TAYIUMI
Phone 4


FOLEY'S

EONEYMoTAR








weauhie No opiates. Non-alcohole.
geo er everybedy. Sold everywhere
The esmuhWe
IOLE S HONEY and TAR Isis
kdV --e--. Ref aabstiti-,
^^I A, ems Oh- e a-,

M BSAL8 BV ALL DRALEMS

.NOTICE TO BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
sealed bids will be received at the
.4Me B. e. Tonge for the construc-
ties of the Masonic Lodge Opera House
bdMiag of the Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
2%, F. & A. M.. to be erected at Ocala,
NiL, uBtl noon August 19th, next.
bai bId for the construction of the
bdjingt asMt be accompanied with a
mi Mad c-mck for $56 made payable to
L 3. TLyeg chairman building com-
mo e, as a guarantee that If awarded
he Iatrlct thb successful bidder will
Paso.,I eater Into contract and fur-
Ush o aa required by specifics-
tf. 2Tw right is reserved to reject
y "ad an bids. Drawings and speci-
jtsis M ad y bbe seen at the office of
SIL3. Toge. South Main street, Ocala,
Coataletors wishing to bid may ob-
WS drawings and specifications from
B. K. Tonge by depositing with him a
eatlied check for $25 as a guarantee
at they will preset a bona fide bid
eo so work. and as a guarantee of the
asft aa04 proupt return of the draw-
a-- -MI #A t nffkMw Ao


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Ragle meet tonight.

Masons meet this evening.
Rebekahs meet tomorrow night.
Falling eases at the Ocala News Co.
*Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Mr. C. L. Renamdl of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.
Picture puzzle poet ears at the
Ocala House.
Mr. T. M. Pritchett of Candler. is a
guest of the Ocala HBoe.
Call and see the new books %t tbh
the1 Ocala t. 'ws Co.
Mr. W. H. Mills of Dunnellon is at
the Montezuma.
FOR BALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mr. Drew Mathews, of Flemington.
Is a guest of the Montesuma.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Mr. D. H. Pettys of McIntosh is at
the Montezuma.
Rose-Vlolet Talcum. 2C. the bottle.
at the Postorfce Drugstore.
Mr. F. J. St. John of Tampa is at the
Montezuma.
Bathing caps Just received at the
Court Pharmacy.
There were 41 arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.

FOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this ofme.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hough of Uma-
tilla.s, are guests of the Montezuma.
5 or I doses "O wll cure any cae
of Chills and Fever. Price Se.
Mr. William Uttledale of Hawthorne
Is a guest of the Montezuma.
A new shipment of peroxide cream
just In at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. W. H. Moore of Irvine Is at the
Montezuma.

6 or adnees '*n'M wll eure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. R. E. L. Robinson of Gainesville
Is a guest of the Montezuma.

Mr. Robert Thagard of Dunnellon Is
a guest of the Montezuma.
WANTED-4 or 5-room cottage In
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
X., Star office.

J. B. Roll and A. M. Torrence of
Gainesville, are guests of the Ocala
House.


'ihoaie the Court Pharmacy.
send for, fill and deliver your
serlptions promptly.


We
pre-


Mr. A. D. Hartsel and Miss Irene
Miller, of Holder, were guests of the
Montezuma for dinner yesterday.
Have you seen the new viable Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Messrs. E. M. Atterberry and E. L
Orlan of Mount Dora are guests of the
Montezuma.
COOK WANTED-An experienced
cook wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss
Bell at the courthouse.
Mr. B. M. Robinson and N. P. Tow-
ell of Orlando are guests of the Ocala
House.

Do not forget that you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. J. A. Davis and'R. E. Nutley of
Orlando are among last night's ar-
rivals at the Ocala House.

Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Sanford Jewett went to Lake
Weir this afternoon to spend the night
with his family.
FOR RENT-One Fay-Sholes type-
writer in good condition. Apply at the
Star office.
Mr. W. M. Oreenleaf of Croom was
in town today on his way home from
Jacksonville.
If the glare -of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 2se. The Postofflce Drug-
store.

Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and R. R.
Carroll came up this morning from the
lake. where they spent the night with
their families.

There ts 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. M. Schneidam. one of the expert
sales managers for Mr. A. Boenert's
sales agency, is in town, having come
up from West Fort Meade. where he
conducted a most successful sale at
Mr. Harmon Head's store.


DON'T THROW AWAY
YOUR OLD HAT
Bring it to me, and when it has been
CIne and ShiumiaLi.t a Will ba as


help you. Mrs. 8. L. Bowen, of
Wayne, W. Va, writes: "I was a
sufferer from kidney disease, so that
at times I could not get out of bed.
and when I did I could not stand
straight. I took Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
second cured me entirely." It will
cure you. Sold by all dealers.
Mr. J. J. Morgan. who has been tus-
seling with chills and fever, is much
better and will probably be out in a
few days.

The fire department hail a fine prac-
tice last night, the volunteers assisting
the regulars. The fire department was
never in better shape.
FOUND-The best rooming house in
Jacksonville to be the Acme Hotel.
owned by F. V. Dunn. from Boston,
and managed by CoL V. J. Shipman.
All outside rooms, clean beds, large
rooms. All cars from depot pass our
hotel, corner Day and Julia streets.
Call and see the colonel.

Mr. D. C. Smith of Center Hill Is at
the Montezuma. Mr. Smith is a mem-
ber of the Ocala lodge of Elks and is
one of the most extensive truck grow-
ers of the state. *
Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Stafords and Carter's inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.
Take Kodol at the times when you


K S Mosquitoes Bedbugs
Roahes Motha, Wa-
terogs, Ants, Flema.
Destroys aerms and
sterile s the eggs of
all insect.
CLEANS Furniture,Carpets,
Ruqv, ('nrtains. Etc,
mpuiLively harmleS to
the good..
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pre-
ventitive of all cOn-
tagious diseases to
man and beast.
K RT tN NkTL





GROCERY

NEW CITIZENS FOR OCALA
Mr. Vernon W. Eldred and wife have
arrived In this city from Palatka and
are guests of the Montezuma. They
will make their home in Ocala. Mr.
EKdred Is a finished workman at paper-
hanging and its kindred lines. He also
does fine wood work finishing of all
kinds, makes new mirrors and re-
silversd ld ones. Mr. Eldred will make
a formal announcement of his business
in a few days.

WILL DEMONSTRATE
THE BRUSH RUNABOUT
Mr. C. W. Hill, of the Gainesville
Motor Car Company. will be in Ocala
next Monday and Tuesday. August 22
and 24. with one of the little Brush
Runabout automobiles to demonstrate
the car to anv one who is interested
in the purchase of the best small run-
about at the price that Is on the mar-
ket today. If you want to see what
the car will do. how It is constructed,
what It is made of. how little gasolene
it consumes, how easy it rides, how it
will go through sand and up hills.
make an engagement at the Star office
for Mr. Hill to show you. The cost
of the car Is $550 at the factory, and
we have a freight arrangement which
enables us to deliver them in Ocala
for $25. At this price the car is equip-
ped with two side and one tall lamps,
Ironed for top, tools, etc.
R. R. CARROLL,
Agent for Marion County.

AT THE AIR DOME
There was a good crowd at the Air
Dome last night, but there would have
been many more If the people had
known what a first-class fun maker
Leon Ponce is. His make-up, his Jokes
and his songs were excruciatingly fun-
ny, and he was recalled again and
again.
* Mr. and Mrs. Tucker treated the au-
dience to several fine cornet and piano
duets, and the pictures were all excel-
lent, particularly "Lunatics in Power"
and "The Actor's Mother."
Mr. Ponce will be at the Air Dome
the remainder of the week. You don't
want to fall to see him. His Jokes will
expand your chest, so you won't have
to gasp for breath this hot weather.
REFRESHMENTS FOR REBEKAHS
The members of Miriam Lodge are
requested to attend the regular month-
ly meeting at 8 o'clock tomorrow even-
ing, as much important business Is to
be attended to. After the meeting is
over. refreshments will be served.

CAUGHT THE CONVICT
Sheriff John P. Galloway has caught
the negro woman convict who escaped
Tuesday night from the stockade east
of the city. The woman. Mary Moore
was out three miles from the city in
a wagon when the sheriff overtook her
this morning and delivered her to the
stockade. This is the woman who stole
so many dry goods from the stores of
Ocala several months ago and was
caught by Mr. M. M. Little while try-
ing to steal a skirt from Rheinauer
A company.

No matter how long you have suf-
fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will


DAVID OORO
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STATE CONVENTION P. O. L

Cementies will Meet in Sere
Non Yew
The first convention of the Fraternal
Order of Eagles was called to order It
YoWe's hail yesterday afternoon by
Deputy Grand Worthy President Vler-
ing. The following delegates were
present:
Tampa-J. F. St. John.
Jacksonville-George Davies and P.
M. Cole.
St. Augustine-L. L. Simms and J. J.
Byrne.
Fernandina-Harry Goldstein.
Ocala-C. D. Hulbert and 0. W. Cor-
dero. o
Gainesville-J. L Blake.
Sanford-W. H. Underwood and G.
S. Derry.
Plant City-G. B. Wells.
Lakeland-Joseph LeVay.
A Permanent organization was ef-
fectod. s follows:
State Worthy President--. B. Wells.
State Worthy Vice President-George
Davies.
State Worthy Chaplain-J. J. Byrne.
State Worthy Secretary-G. 8. Derry
State Worthy Treasurer-Harry
Goldstein.
State Worthy Conductor-C. H.
Huchmacher.
State Inside Guard-J. L Blake.
State Outside Guard-Joseph LeVay.
State Trustees-L. L. Simms. J. F.
St. John and W. H. Underwood.
Sanford- was selected as the place
for the next meeting of the state aerie,
which will be held in April. 1910.
The meeting was a very pleasant and
profitable one, many matters for the
good of the order being discussed and
decided on. The room in the Ocala
House House block fitted up as head-
quarters was well attended during the
evening, both by the visiting and local
Eagles. Refreshments were provided
by the Ocala Aerie and done Justice to
by all.
Meeting This Evening
A meeting of the Ocala Aerie will be
held at the lodge room at 8:15 this ev-
ening. There will be considerable
business to attend to, and also some
fun. as there will be an initiation in
which some of the most talented of the
visitors will assist. All members
should be sure to be present.

HONORS DIVIDED
IN DOUBLE-HEADER
Orlando and Ocala played a double-
header yesterday, the first game going
to the visitors with a score of 7 to 0.
and the home boys capturing the sec-
ond, a seven-inning game. with the
score of 2 to 0.
In the first game Orlando scored in
the first, fourth, fifth, sixth and in the
ninth scored three runs, making seven
In all. Orlando played fast. ball and
Windham pitched a fine game, allow-
ing only one hit.
In the second game Ocala got busy.
No runs were scored until the third.
when after two were out. Waller hit
safely to right field. Mclver hit to
third and Limerick threw the ball
away, Waller going to third and Mc-
Iver going to second. Bennett then
hit for two bases, scoring Waller and
Mclver.
It was evident that Orlando didn't
try very hard for this game. for their
team is undoubtedly one of the fastest
In the state, outside of the South At-
lantic and Florida State League, and
baseball people who ought to know
what they are talking about, say that
Orlando could hold her own with the
league team of Jacksonville. During
the three games here this week Ocala
only made three hits and two runs,
showing that the opposing team was
far the strongest.
The Orlando team left for Gaines-
ville this morning and will play three
games with the Oak Halls of that
city, and the odds are in favor of their
taking two out of the three games
from the fast University City team.
Several Oeala people went up on the
noon train to see the game today,
among those we saw Messrs. H. C.
Judd, H. C. and C. L. Sistrunk, A. W.
Bridges and Will Wheeler. They will
return on the 9:20 train tonight.
St. Petersburg is here for two games,
one this afternoon and one tomorrow
afternoon-the weather permitting.
St. Petersburg's team will be just a
little more in our class and the fans


Hudson 20

The sensation in motor cars for

1910-Chanimers-Detrolt. There is

no need to say anything for this car

Writ T. S. ABERNETHY,

Orlando, Florida.


ANOTHER MACHINE
THAT ALMOST THINKS
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank has
'installed another of the very latest de-
. vices In the way of time and labor sav-
ers. This is the Elliot Fisher com-
pany's machine for banks and other
businesses requiring a machine of this
character. The machine is a typewrit-
er. tabulator and adding machine all in
one and is to be used mostly in the
collection and exchange department.
With this machine one man can do the
work of two, do it better and more ac-
curately and it looks better. Mr. T. D.
Lancaster is the operator and it will
not be many months until "T. D." can
take it to pieces and put it together
again. The machine is sold by the B.
C. Davis Co., of Jacksonville.
ARC LIGHT POLE BLOWN DOWN
The wind and rain storm at 1 o'clock
today blew down the big electric light
wire pole to which was suspended the
are light at Frank's corner, and broke
the light and tangled up. the wires.
There was quite a bit of excitement on
the corner for a while.
AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale


--at a reasonable discount from orig-
are expecting to see victory come their n a cosa nIfInterested.address Au-
way once more. Ia cost I interested, address "A-
w o *otomobile," care Star offee.
Dr. E. P. Guerrant, the city veteri-
narian, who has been on a visit to his PIANO TUNING
father at Wilmore, N. C, for the past Ten years experrnce. References.
six weeks, returned home yesterday. any music teacher In Ocals, any
Mrs. Guerrant and the children will music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
remain a few weeks longer. 322L A. M. Lasfotrd. city. 1-8-tt
Judge Joseph Bell went to Eastlake LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
last evening in his Ford and returned
this morning. Let the Star office print and perfor-


Misses Carrie Williams and


Alice


Bullock went down to Eastlake this
morning in Mr. Hall's auto for a short
visit.
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Carswell left yes-
terday for a few days visit to White
Springs, where the doctor hopes to re-
pair his health.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbreath.
Miss Ruby Culbreath little Martha
Culbreath, Mr. C. R. Kreger and Miss
Lucile Standley went to Eastlake yes-
terday afternoon to spend a couple of
days at Mr. and Mrs. Newport's.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.


ate your loose least sneets tor your in-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Adams and little
daughter will leave tomorrow for Col-
orado Springs, Colo., to spend a month
of six weeks. They will be Joined by
Mr. Adams' mother, Mrs. IX C. Ed-
wards and Mrs. Stringfellow. at Jack-
sonville, who will go out with them.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Walter Hood went
to Lady Lake yesterday afternoon to
spend a day with Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Teague. returning on the 1 o'clock
train this afternoon.
Mr. W. L. Howes, Bartleson's enter-
prising and popular traveling man. is
in the city today.


Mr. P. B. Bowie, foreman of the Star
job office, will go to Crystal River in
DAllA It^ OrmAaO .a few days to take charge ot the Crys-
tal River News and job printing office.
It is a good little plant, all new and
I in good shape. Mr. Bowie is a hustler,
knows the business in all its branches
NSWIr, Frn a I C a h s10 1*and will give Crystal River a lively.
-- newsy paper. Mr. Bowle's health de-
TC Will- I mands a change and he leaves the
1lI& ALL Star with mutual regrets.4

People with chronic bronchitis, as-
Tb &ad=e CCE skIthma and lung trouble, will find great
b 011w Al relief and comfort in Foley's Honey


The fourth d m pohtm--,o tht
have been In eavest h re ther t
past two daja, adjouarm tdy af-
ter a very harmoe-os tro es oaNe
session. They mered Jto the P eSr-
ida Postmasters' A ,eelmtm., sas
will meet with that body awqt sprog
In Ocala, the detaf date to be te5a
later. The oiMers elected were: Mr.
C. C. Peek, pommamer at g ag.-
ville, prqsddent, and UMs Albi, as
alatant posutmater at. OrWam Park,
secretary and treasurer.



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New crop of garden sad Sower
seeds Just received.' Wa. Anderse.
druggist and -e-sma Oeala, Ml..

For Indigestion and all stomach
trouble take Pole's Orteo L aative as
It stimulates the stomachs ad liver
and regulates the bowels sad wUl pea.
Itively cure habitual eo stlpatica. Sad
by all dealers.

R. C. Davis & Com of aJa)oa.m M-
handle silk typewriter ribbem Me.'
each; $7.M per dosea.


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Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mautt, Armour's Star Bamr, Armour's Pork
SamagCabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets.
Sweet Potatoms, Irish Potatoes. Spanish Onions

W. P. EDWARDS


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THE FLORIDA CONCRETE AND PAYING CO.

We me prepared to Ml your orders for cement work, of whatever kind.
Mnufa-tMumea of element brink, bu ilding blooms, hexagon and octagon
Meedui ad aM kinds of pa iug materi al. We employ skilled workmen and
Our meft Is e plnes.
Tmopeau'y quuoersplome25&


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R. MOORHEAD. MGR.


FOR HEALTH A ND PLEASURE
The Beautiful

HIlflod White Sulphur Sprngs Hotel
Laud of he o kyO WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Altitude 250 Feet
On the Southern Rallway, one nour rrom Asheville. Capacity 250 guests.
No eComampttves. Hot and Cold sulphur Baths, Music. Bowling and Tennis.
Speelal attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates. For
-9feniatlmn address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Formerly manager of Kenil-
woeth las. Absheille.)

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pide Plate ef Its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled and Right
Up-To-Dts. First Class Restaurant in Connection. First Class
Meals and Reasoeenable Board to We*kly Customers


Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought

and Sold.


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Thesb anrIals and departures as well as time and connections with
Other cmpfes are given as Information and are not guaranteed.
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HENRY RAYSOR, C. P. T. A.
OCALA. FLA.
C. M. DICKERSON. T. P. A,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.

LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
83$90-4104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
95.0--Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
For further Information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that B. E. Ray-
sor, purchaser of tax certificates Noa.
162. 163. 164, dated the 3rd day of June,
A. D. 1907, has filed said certificates in
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue In accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property sit-
uated in Marion county, Florida, to-
wit: Corn 11.53 chs s of ne cor of
nw% of nw% sec 26 tp 13 r 21, thence
w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415 ft s 210 ft: also
corn 432% ftn of sw cor of nw% see
26 tp 13 s r 21 e thence n 464 ft e 1020
ft s 464 ft w 1020 ft and also com
1.80% chs s of now cor of sw% sec 26
tp 13 r 21 thence a 3.16 chs e 6.32 chs
n 3.16 chs w 6.32 chs less those parts
redeemed. The said land being assess-
ed at the date of the issuance of such
certificates in the name of Richard
Woodward, R. S. Winny. Anderson
Jones. Unless said certificates shall


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MRs. IL IMDS MATTAIR
The death of Mrs. Mattair, at her
home near Waeaboota on the 10th
of June. while not unexpected was
yet a shock to her loved ones who
had hoped the end was not so near.
But all that mortal hands could do
could not stay the call, "Come up
higher."
She was the daughter of the late
Dr. T. S. Mims, of Sylvania, Ga., and
received her education in Baltimore,
Md., but had resided In Florida since
her marriage to Mr. H. P. Mattair.
Her pastor. Rev. Sistrunk,. ssist-
ed by Rev. E. J. Gates, conducted
the funeral services at the Orange
Hill cemetery near Williston. She
had been a member of the Methodist
church since childhood and though
in late years her frail health -pre-
vented her attending services often,
we know that hers was truly a
Christian's life.
Nature having blessed her with a
heart full of love and charity, she
always sought the pleasure of oth-
ers,. thereby endearing herself to her
neighbors and acquaintances who be-
lieve that her angelic spirit has
gone to its reward. She was one of
the women who strikikngly embody
the 31st chapter of Proverbs, "She
looked well to the ways of her
household and ate not the bread of
idleness." and like Dorcas, "was full
of good works and alms which she
did."
Her husband, son apd stepdaught-
er, who survive her, can look back
with love and gratitude to her many
self-sacrificing ministrations to them.
She bore her afflictions without a
murmur and though she wished to
live for her love ones, said that if it
was the Lord's will, she was ready
and willing to go.
To the sorrowing ones, may the
Lord who gave and hath taken away,
sanctify the heavy stroke and enable
us to realize that he doeth all things
well and may we all emulate her
well spent life and like her, pass the
River of Death in peace.

NOTICE
The Sunday School Convention of
the Marion Baptist Association. Wes-
tern District, will meet with the
Montbrook Sunday School the fifth
Sunday and Saturday in August,
1909. Each Sunday School in the
above named district is requested to
send messengers. The program is
as follows:
Introductory sermon to be preach-
ed by Bro. H. M. Long, of Williston.
Other preaching to be announced
at convention.
First Query-How is the best way
to get the ministers to attend the
Sunday School Convention? Dis-
cussed by S. W. Sheffmel4 and others.
Second Query-How is the best
way to induce the children to at-
tend Sunday School. Discussed by
W. J. Folks and others.
Third Query---Should a Sunday
School send messengers who are not
church members as delegates to a
convention? Discussed by A. I.
Prison and others.
W. D. EDWARDS, Chairman.
D. E. MATHEWS, Secretary.
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.
pills be positive that you get De-
Witts Kidney 'and Bladder Pillk
There are imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Insist upon them, and if your dealer
cannot supply yon-refuse anything
else in place of them. Sold by all
druggists.
Party wishes to buy a six or seven-
rooln house east of railroad in Ocala:
cash transaction. Apply to Star office.
WIW RATEg
m mAe- mnaq AIB aiaNW
$17.95-Black Mountain, N. C, and re-
turn. Chautauqua. July 12, 19, 26,
31. August 2, 9, 16, 21, 25. Limit
Sept. 6.
$104.65h-San Francisco, Cal, and re-
turn .(One way via Portland). July
I to SpLt. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct.
31. Stopovers.
5.40-Seattle Portland, Tccoma,
Vancouver, Victoria, Everett, Now
Westminster and Bellingham and re-
turn. Yukon Exposition. July 1 to
Sept. 30, inclusive. Limit Oct. 21.
Stopovers. *
Above Rates Open to the Publico


KENDRICK
Since our last week's items went
in two families in our community
have been called upon to give up a
loving baby each. Last Thursday
morning the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Spencer was called up
yonder to be with the angels. While
it had only been in this home a few
short weeks yet it was its mother's
pride. To the family we as a com-
munity extend sympathy. The lit-
tle body was laid to rest in the Ken-
drick cemetery Thursday afternoon
by loving friends. On account of the
rain no service was conducted.
Last Monday morning at 9 o'clock
Florrie Bell. the eighteen mouth old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sim-
mons breathed its last, after suter-
ing for several weeks with fever, de.
spite the medical attention given it.
and ali that a loving mother and
family could do, she too was called
to join the angels on the other
shore. It seems hard to give up the
little ones, but we are taught that
His will and not ours must be done.
So let us content ourselves and be-
lieve that all things happen for the
best. The remains were laid to rest
in the Kendriek cemetery Tuesday
morning. In the absence of our
pastor, Mr. 0. G. Olin' conducted the
service in a very creditable man-
ner. r. and Mrs. Simmons wish
to extend thanks for the kindness of
the many friends during the illness
and death of their little daughter.
Mrs. Arch King and little daught-
er, Francis, of Tampa, are here on a
visit to her mother, Mrs. C. I. Grace.
Mr. Kirby A. Griner, representing
Ludden & Bates Piano Company,
made our folks a cal last Tuesday.
It was the first time the writer had
had the pleasure of seeing Mr. Grl-
ner for about twenty years, and
strange to say he recognized him oa
sight, which shows Mr. Griner has a
splendid memory.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix and
daughter, Lucile, and Mrs. Nix's sle-
ter, Miss Eva Cole, after spending
several days here returned to their
home at Floral City.
Miss Alta Grace is on a visit to
her aunt, Mrs. A. M. Leavengood, at
Palmetto.
Mr. T. W. Sumner, president of
the Sumner Lumber Company, came
down last Sunday. Mr. Sumner
bought an automobile while here
and left Monday noon for Tallapoos-
sa, Ga., in his car, accompanied by
a friend and his man to drive the
car. Mr. S's many friends wish him
a safe and pleasant Journey.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb. who
were called to Mrs. Webb's old home
at Avery, Iowa, on account of the
death of Mrs. Webb's father, re-
turned home Wednesday.
The rail gang of the A. C hasn
been stationed here for a week, re-
laying the fifty pound rail with
seventy pound. This will be quite
an improvement when they get it
worked up.
Mr. A. A. Olin, after a pleasant
trip Ip Georgia, has returned home.
He looks much better since he has
been resting a little.
Mrs. J. J. Guthery and daughter
are spending this -week with rela-
tives at Windsor and Rochelle.
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.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in'


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