Group Title: Ocala evening star.
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 21, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03251
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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AEMAAIIE 115"w$16 T9AWW RIWARD, i
AThe readers of this paper will be W Y| B|
plear.d to .r: tP'at there is at least ---- 1 UUL
PeHH HB f (owne dreaded disease that science has wsm -
med i S R ted 'i the Doe of malies PFr been able to cure in all its stage and Th.e ..di of Thr YVo Women,
I ema Glghr me T aa Killed in an Auto Acdent at A
i e. ^^^ BBi Nsethr m #A Erevisn medical fl fraternity. Catarrh being a 9rs. Caa rit 0rt to he e
constitutional disease, requires a con- The ry markable e o thu ui
40 2*11" 1-ater. sectireon flyoon for the Tampa Cure s taken Inaternally, acting direct- men and one man are dead and two fri ddip f t C ie
VO" ,- fNorthere railt inet a horrible ly upon the blood and ucoue souraces other women Injured as the result of i t t .
dM lieath le at :1u yesterday morn- of' the system, thereby destroying the s automobile accident here late last "t t ,"- -* .
IngM A A l, just as he started out with his foundation of the disease, and giving night.
4A L A crew to go to their day's work. He the patient strength by building up the The dead are Miss Agnes Colvin.
,,00411114"11 0 was r| n down by a switch engine and the constitution and assisting nature Miss Gaggle Paul, Mrs. J. Colvin and
IA h ~ -athe wak ear as well as the engine ia doing its work. The proprietors Driver Ira Perry.
passed over his body, literally cutting have so mueh faith d its curative The party were out for a ride and
It to pieces, powen that they offer One Hundred were speeding along at a high rate of Fil
Eyewitnesses say the section bows Dollars for any case that it fans to speed at a very dangerous point op-
AWA was entire to blame for the occur. cure. Send for list of testimo.li.. pesite the tidewater flats. As they
SAT rence. That there were .ot mor Address: P. J. Cheey & Co., Toledo, 0. reached a point known as Dead Ma's
S lives lost is due to the fact that the Sold by druggists, 7 Take Ball's Curve," the auto crashed through the '
t .a ift hs ber" other members of the section crew Family Pills for cost nation. railing and plunged nlat the water and
jumped off Just Ia thae to save them- mud of the flats below.
,4, --- ---1,16r" t WIN be as selves. The two woe who were I njured
S* selves. PRESENCE OF MIND The two women who were CARRIES A IA
7-7 The engie was Oa a switch. The. made their way back to the road and ..
-. work car was coming up, and It ap- Of Glen Curtis Prevents a Conision save the alarm as soon as they could. .,
j- *LA PRESSING CLUB, peared to Slaughter evidently, that he n deAir. In the meantime the tide has risen aw u I
Secould get past the engine, which was Rhel., Aug. 20-The American and floated away all four of the dead.
making for the ont of o sawet s h. be-t morning the body of Atmu"e"r
fore it r tere is ca. ul- avat r. Glenn Curtis at Sunset As 'ery was found toatn half a mile
tons were be, and the engineer terday added a dramatic feautre to the distant from the point were the ac-
S thought the work ear would ertaly o h eropl eterd ldent occurred. The bodies of Miss
stop and give him the right of way the contests of aviation week Nowen Miss Paul Mrs. Colvin
on the main track. Whe the work- skillfully guiding machine above have not been recover
hands on the section car saw that the another aeroplane and averting a col-
-- engine would hit the car they leaped lision in the air that seemed Imml- WHEN YUR JOIN ARE STIFF
P from it. Slaughter leaped too, but sent. D l ,
_he made a bad ca4 ftio and fell dl- The feat was accomplished when, for and your muscles sore from cold or
gap, hbut f you wil. *=O tm rectly In front of the section ca, the first time In history, three heavier rheumatism, when you slip or sprain
whi..h--an ovethtis bn yfollowed bmy than air craft were maneuvering at a joint, strain your side or bruise mie E _I 30 .
Sthe same time. All were flying rap- yourself. Painkiller will take out H OUSE FURNISHIN l

t w. o w be g par. Th and on the same level with him. As thu and tar fo e best medicine for Internal and ex- K s
te it to meait aldly. to hai we. aSd w ie ce quick as a flash, Curtiss realized the eternal aches and pains in man is Per-
M*" 9 d ra e wa aboa ol danger and, elevating his planes, bi ry Davis' Painkiller. and for over sev- F I I CL T
d*---F H wl Iafeb i years d machine Instantly shot upward ad entry years It has been the great
B ftL,, soared safely over the Frenchman. standby for emergencies In thousands .- k ...... M
It we turn out is as clear CURED HAY FEVER The thousands of spectators who Un- of families all over the world. Don't W ft- hP"e W L
as It Is possible to make T AND SUMMER COLD ed the aerodrome watched the ma- go home without a 50c or one of the
n.v most economical fee nCo ver breathlessly, but when they new size 3c bottle s. *IN r' -a
,e.mo"t' n o .ia I c A. IL Nusbaumt Batesville. Indiana. saw It succesafuly and brilliantly car- -- b tles_ --a.s=
Ask t m on t e writes: "Last year. I suffered for ried out they applauded the American A BAD BEGINNING W ill I W*P .. M '
It *s a"d a" you. three months with a summer cold so wildly. The third machine In the air La* ow w u -
distressing that it Interfered with my at this time was that of M. Tissander. Two Lives Lost at the Opening of the .. ,
business. I had man of the symp- Indianapolis Motor Speedway. h yew p e. T1- WgliM f
S U tom of hay fever., doctor's pr- WP YOU KNEW IndianapolIs, Ind., Aug. 0.-Two
scription did not my case. and I the merits of the Texas Wonder, you lives were lost and two records broken
, .A AIt took several medb which seemed would never suffer from kidney, blad- during the inauguration of the India-
ronly to aggravsa Fortunately I der of rheumatic trouble. fs bottle two sapolls motor speedway yesterday.
SMt lusisted upon haIvIeys Honey month's treatment. Sold by druggists William A. Bourque. driver of the U
SW Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. or by malL Send for testimonials. Dr. Knox car in the 20-mile race. and
My wife has since used Fbley's Honey E W. Hall, 292S Olive Street. St Harry Holcomb, his mechanician, were
,. -- and Tar with the same success." Sold Louil, Mo. killed in the frenzied carnival of
C. ATEK by all dealers. speed. core a m i FLAG AGAIN FLYING Barney Oldfield, driving a high pow- _
iAY1S CASHIERED THE CADETS ered Bens, covered a mile In 42 1-10,
Canea. Crete. August 20.-Armed In- breaking DePalma's mark of 51. and
S 3 I W GO Evident that Taft Intends to Sit Down habitants of Crete hoisted the Greek Louis Chevrolet, in a Buick, made ten
q 61 alm a M 111m1 one Hazing flag yesterday. A squad of militia miles in the marvelous time of
% West Point. N. T., Aug. 21.-For be- was present but was unable to stop 8:5 4-10. cutting Oldfeld's time of
A Ing Involved in the hbazing of Rolando them and the soldiers were confined 9:12. Both of these are now Amert-
-'At b om to the barracks to prevent a conflict can track matoks.
S. CAMS t ton, Jr., United States .event coflct Robert Burman, in a Buick car. won
e o- .ate Marine -- --- -- ---- -- the 20-milew race. the feature of thea M I -
Corps, de. at Annapolis twod, t.e..onte.t which..ost..o.
years ago has just been Investigated. M CCLApMli dayF anE thcontet whi cost B0AESW-
S ACE seven West Point cadets have been a. M cCLA NE que and Holcomb their lives. I iThe I
1' dismissed from the United States Nil- winner's time was 4:38:C7 4-10-slow
TItarL URGEON Academy by directlyp of Presi- fy i *M because ofr the many accidents that
SThe action atof President Taft and General Practice Calia Made Promptly cBorque was 2 years old and Hol-
-Secretary Dickinson In directing the ..omb 22. D eoth ee d matr ie ad t
boeam M oor, Holdw Block, dismissal of the cadets Is accepted by n N c s I i do f esaid to -
the officers of the army and the civil Special Attention to Obstetris, D- be a bad track.
... O'.A., FLORIDA officials of that department, as a clear n to drs w
STIM.L CASH. Indication of the purpose of the ad- isese of Won and Children WASHINGTON ONCE GAVE UP _1____________ i i t"
S ministration to fully support Col. Scott to three doctors; was kept in bed for
the superintendent of the United Ofce: Roms 3-22 Holder Building five weeks. B dlsoned from a .....o. a blh; h U but H i-t ntt* mi p -
<'a ** ,f a~, States Military Academy, In his effort Second Floor: Phones, Office No. 333; spider's bite cau large, deep sores
e. F. : D-- OLMl -.U- to eradicate the practice of hazing In evidence No. N3. to cover his "le P doctors failed, ; -. T W-
..... ann all its phases from student life at the OCALA. FLORIDA then "Bucklen's (Ap b Salve corn- 4
academy. pletely cured m s ti John Wash FLORIDA OLD ET COLL
Sr n o e b Ington, of Bosquesville. Tex. For
~ CeMIn d B~l THE SECRET OF LONG-LIFE eczema, bolls, burns and piles it's so- COL1FC-W ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUUC, WPRUMOIS.
S ; ^-- L U'liODi e pte mt. 25c at al druggists. Fot irt FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND *NDUSTRIAL Am '
P; thne* 21 t A French scientist has discovered *hIwu o.c o
S BIh : S to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. one secret of oi Ife. His method L SA HOWELL aOBB Cn s it oy
S.. TRM: CASH. deals with the A But long ago f f- Carnee Hall and third men's dormitory now e t i
'_ __ millions of ericans had proved 11 Jl UUYP UVYvlvJ State of Georgia Loses One of Its lost lights, steam an1 furnace heat; large faculty: perfect health eaM :
1 .< Electric BStt pro ngs life and Distinguished Men tons; fine gymnasium, athletic felds. boating, tennis courts, oltf flwi GA~."^ -*' M ftw *U~imakes It we 11 It purifies, en- M Th5 Uaei Athens. Ga.. Aug. 21.-Judge Howell baseball, football and basketball toams champlons of Pierlsina 19 .
*-' :' U 1 K~jlsEi KII riches and Vi blood, rebuilds Cobb, who was stricken with paralysis Nearly a quarter of t million dollars endowmeat; zpomBum -itatm m
.. -yin. VS VlaIUBV UAUW waste nerve parts life and three months ago, died here yesterday scholarships available; Christian but mndenos'netional; stefau IT
tone to the ent system. It's* a god- "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD' afternoon. Judge Cobb was the son
end to weak, silck ad debilitated a of General Howell Cobb. and was (7 AACTE :: CLT E
-S^ -people. "Kidney trouble had blighted years old.
my life for months,' writes W. M. MIS FLORIDA CONDON* He is survived by his wife and four ;For Catalogue AddrD theA Pmag .l
OW APPLICATION Sherman, of Cuashing, Me, "but Elee- Resident Agent. sons and two daughters. For thirty
a ^ tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only -- years he was judge of the city court W: F. DMil lKa a Ph DL W I w PUk6 ad.
-, 7. the university for many years. and a 0
MAKING MEXICAN MONEY member of the university law faculty _____---------- ___________
N.. it lV Ffor sixteen years. Judge Cobb was a --
5At JTwo Ia Au e AmecanCounterfeit, valiant soldier of the Confederacy, and

wealth centered in a brass trunk con-


Staying a million dollars In counter- r A M All persons are recommended to We are prepared to fill your order a for cesmt wer,, of what Md.
S 3. Ow e felt Mexican peaosn were shattered take Foley's Kidney Remedy for Manufacterers of cement brick, be ildicg eks, h _- -g -e-- mi
hAer e Owy for John and Marion DRoberta brothers t backache rheu and kidney blocks, and all kinds of paving matei al. We bmpley diled ei lhag ad
here yesterday. when Deputy UnitedsNat DWr to the Wdat Union and bladder t e. It will quickly our motto is -to pleas."
States Marshal William Blaydes ar- Telegraph Offe. correct urinary ties, which, If Temporary quarters, phene 25.
_rested John Roberts In Shelby county neglected ito a serious
with doe money In his possession. The WnR
: "l -Robertsbrhe rsi hae e anuc- Willness. It will tore health and JAM S JAEA RM-
AN "k^ dew bY Neemiirx -balm- t gMexican moneySS: by* wboks. wly. ANl Work Guaranteedn White strength. Do not neglect signs of
w.... .. o ----l -t DU-- rurie M.. .d inaee days w alby wh.av begn Trade Only kidney or bladder trouble and risk
we. a". MY 9 Ml ate. and In a few days would have begn w _-Brights disease or diabetes. Sold by
:. -- to try to put In In circulation. all dealers. FOR HEALTH A ND PLEASURE -
in M A ACTIVE AT 7 C. J. PHILLIPS TAFT'S COUSIN KILLED Th.
L This would be uywaw news if men . -
Sdw o em keep t Co M a a Btl. Trinidad. Col. August 1-Charles HatWrid W ite l BIa
s n. 5rir ee fo rem Mad a aches. -- Taft. a second cousin of President W. UIJ nVVU UU IUUUJ u iJJiN 5l
and pal s as Iug thel Plans and Spe icationls u raln5hed H. Taft, was killed at Pryor. Colo..
s e lars So Sl b al Upon Request. yesterday by lightning. "Lend of the Sky' WAYNE8VILLE, N. C. A dits U Feg
"" -,-. druggists. a The best rem we .o o..f I. On the Southern Railway, one nour rrom Ashevlle. Cape-ty wS ke af.
0111m the very- beat n te_ of ... .. oNo consumptives. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths. MNolc Beowllip aHo adag t .
WO o CU He 180. OCALA. FLA. cases of kidney and bladder trouble peial attention to mountain parties. Special party and family rates.
h. wt h l S CRUETHHOCK CHLRN--- _____ and the one we i~ways recommend, Information address G. C. ROGAN, Manager. (Pormerly aaarr eG C-R GA
Star. ltr FOR THE CHILDREN ----------i DeWitt's y d Bladder Pills worth Inn Aheville.)
__m__ AD i-- N. -MAges pills ye posit e haft you get De-
AM MMAMMS W~r a All Tiae New Yofk, Aug. 21.-Mrs. Augusta A im Ui lA Witt's Kidne d Bladder PHI&s.
M. 1, Crtsatil drove a knife to the hilt thru IV l a lUIUb JIVIIIUl j There are Imi t a placed upon the __"
|E_ _ the heart of her, husband, Luigi, and market to dece Get DeWitt's. A T
S- killed him Instantly yesterday when. Insist upon them. and If your dealer [. MrE T
with one hand gripped around her fI Cosetic With the Hotel Oee cannot supply you-refuse anything I V I
i S. FwiHU U thrat, he tried to throw her out of the else in place of them. Sold by all Westea Beef, V Flor Stall ed 1MB
P $ S F floor of their fat. The couple's four tention to all. Special attention to Mutun, Armour' Star aa. A n P
r deafe satnan.into. of chotfe children stood by horror strwiken wit.-. aiuwm- 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING -Ir .-


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Chicags, As. 3L-"Itf yo meet a
sir, look Ito her eye and decide that
7W Io her t1 herU so tht mnte.
WDn't wait for her to may yes or o.'
Take it f granted that she is youw.
"oemm heeated rly to act as If
so* WWeer roemty.
"An wmMn Ike to feel as If they be-
logd to a mu.
"Thaj l soon commence to take
yor of the aBlr.
"It D"0t te toke amy man more
than Iino to win a wife.
Mf Ytt womah's relatives ob-
et Just ignore th-em.
T views of Brig.-.en. Thomas &
Huteioof Tennessee put Into prae-
tie won for him a bride and the couple
am spsdng their honeymoon In Chi-
age. They were married here Satur-
day. The bride, who Is the daughter of
the ala~L. Ovl W. Cheanthan of
C saounced the happy
overt is well know n New
Yerk, where she was graduated from
tlh Gardner School for young women
a year ago.
Gen. Hmteiso.n, who has been prom-
Ietfly etlemted as a candidate for
the govermohip of Tennesm is pres-
osat of a big construction firm in
Nashville. a member of the civil ser-
vice commission of that city. chairman
of the^ te executive committee
ad l tdefbtr seml-official bodies.
*4-Amerlcan war he
wa olo of the Second Tennessee
Voelstors. He Is said to be several
times a ,qomlo *.*
t- Wa This Way"
"It I Ma way." said the generaL
"Is attd the Confederate reunion In
Me pds t Jsae. I was od Gov. Pat-
tersOn's staE and my wife was maid of
honor from Texa.
"T*derermor presented me to Miss
IAonse ChathpBm a few minutes after
her aan'l Memphis. I looked into
her and saw that I loved her. I
U r -r Out of the crowd, told her
that I loved her and asked her to be
my wife. I didn't wait for her answer.
I took It for granted it was 'yes.' The
whole to didn't take more
thean Wrt mtalsteg When we re-
joined .tl*-atha's friends I acted
as if I : Jber.
veryy man could win a.wife if he
followed my example. The man who
heaotates In warfare or business is lost.
Why should he take months in winning
a wffeo* hirty minutes is long enough.
"After I had decided that Miss Cheat-
han tb'tmv wife I went mlame-
d and told her mother. Mrs.
Cheam m was galetly surprised, but
I s sconvlaced her that I meant
Si ll ny ald something
the iIng taking place in
I Just Ignored such talk.
Mrs. tham and Louise returned
to t e, Tex. I took the next
tral.T Never let the woman of your'
eholem get out of your sight. Keep
right r her all the time."
Hutes ,ion told of his stay
"I'tf S he Cheatham home." he
saM. Zed around like I owned
thei .e Mrs. Cheatham was ada-
mant,!lhM e, bad would not consent
to or marriage until October. Finally
the mother and Loulse left for Chi-
eage Te be sure I followed, and by
takiag another line greeted then on
their a* rrWi here. By this time
Le lat waited to get married right
away, but still her mother -held out.
Lois told me her guardian, M. L
Sim, was in Deaver. I went to that
city and Invited him to see Louise and
myself married. He accepted. I took
the next train for Chicago and told
Mrs. Cihatham that Mr. Sims would
attend the wedding of her daughter
and treelf Saturday. She then threw
up both nI I and quit."
N Yew Wiat aGiH, Take Her
"My vie to al young men is that
when they want a girl Just go and
take her. If Dia principles were
anplid to lore there would he more
happl marriages. A good wife Is
worth more than millions. Any man
woldM rne his neck off to secure a
mUgr* dollars in a few days-why not
Gen. Hutehison is thirty-two years
d His bride, who is beautiful, can-
e *M -much more than twenty.
*Saj 5,t X believe an the general
may sja Usthe happiest woman In
the Wdrit," wa her parting word to
the World aaluomdent.

AUTO FOR SALE
A new rumabout automobile for sale
at a rensaobl discount from orig-
ina st. If Interested, address "Au-
tomobo, care Star offce.


IS UIM CAR AS A BMSS


(Prom the Motor Car)
When the automobile made its ad-
vent into Industrial history, it was un-
doubtedly looked upon as a thing of
pleasure and luxury. It is doubtful
whether the first builders realized to
what extent it would eventually enter
Into the commercial world as a new
means of transportation, and It is only
in more recent years that one has
heard much comment upon the auto-
mobile as an industrial economy and
a business necessity.
The missionary work in this field
has been done by the small car--by
small car is meant the little runabout.
light in weight, moderate in speed.
durable and at the same time selling
at a price which really places it in
competition with the horse and makes
it a possibility for the man who can
afford to own a good horse and buggy.
Professional men. doctors, lawyers
and after them traveling men. were
first to find out that a little runabout
was not only practicable in their re-
spective lines of business, but that
they were actually cheaper and more
reliable than the horse and buggy.
Few people are Interested in gen-
eralities when it comes to the automo-
bile business. One might make a mul-
titude of assertions to the end of prov-
ing that the automobile is cheaper
than the horse-drawn vehicle and con-
vince no one, while a single working
demonstration would bring about the
desired conviction.,
Mail carriers are probably not the
highest paid people In the world, but
the automobile is practicable to the
mail carrier. If the little runabout
is a success on a rural mail route.
where the work required must be per-
formed day after day, regardless of


weather conditions, it would certain-
ly be an equal success in almost any
other line.
Here are a few facts. W. A. Johnson
Is a rural mail deliverer out of Ottawa,
Kansas. Some time ago he decided,
after Investigation, that a little run-
about car was Jost the thing for his
work, and as a result he purchased a
Brush runabout, at an outlay of $550.
Prior to this time the route he trav-
eled demanded four horses. Three most
of the year. but in the winter he was
unable to get along without four. Place
the four horses against the original
purchase price of the Brush car and
you will see that after all the initial
cost of the car was very little more
than the original outlay for horse flesh.
The route which Mr. Johnson covers is
twenty-five miles long and is over the
hilly country west of Ottawa. Not only
are the roads rough but the hills are;


real hills. On the route Mr. Johnson
has 84 mail boxes to made each day.
and he covers this route with ease In


three hours in his Brush runabout It
was a big day's work with horses.
Of course his upkeep expense on the
motor car was something, but feeding
something, too. not to mention the
work four horses, or even three horses,
is of caring for them. Mr. Johnson
keeps close account on his motor car
expenses. Figuring in everything for
31 adys he was out just $5.15. This up-
keep expense in Itself is enough. to
convince one that the motor car has
its advantages, but where Mr. Johnson
counts himself most ahead is I ntlme.
He is Just fifteen days ahead on the
31. Naturally Mr. Johnson has a great
deal to say about the merits of the
"Little Gray Car with the Black
Stripes." Instead of being a question
of whether or not he can afford to buy
the car. In this case the figures show
that he positively cannot afford to be
without It. His saving in money Is'
more, his saving in time is more, and
he does less work. There is no ar-
gument against such evidence.
This is just one instance of a thou-
sand which might be cited showing
that wherever the litle car has been
given a fair trial it has conclusively
proven that the horse can no longer
compete when the proposition is look-
ed at from a purely business stand-
point.
The Idea which seemed to prevail a
couple of years ago, that a runabout
selling at a low figure could not be of
sufficiently meritorious construction to
be worth much, has long since been
proven one of the many nxsstatements
arising from Ignorance. Taking for
Instance, this same car. the Brush, and
it has been proven one of the most In-


destructible motor cars on the market.


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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW 7-


Baptist
Henry E. Gabby, Pastor.
9:15 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaching. Text of the
sermon. "All are Sick There."
7:15 v. m.-B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m.-Preaching. Subject of the
sermon. "Good and EviL"
Special music at all of these ser-
vices. Everybody is cordially invited.
Methodist
R. H. Barnett, Pastor.
Sunday school-9:30 a. m.
Preaching-11 a. m. and 7:-0 p. m.
Epworth League-4 p. m.
Prayer meeting-7:30 p. m. Wednes-
day.
You are cordially invited to unite
with us In these services, and remem-
ber that the time of opening for the
evening services will be 7:0 p. m. in-
stead of 8 p. m.
Christian
W. H. Coleman. Minister.


You may give it away, but you can't 10 a. m.-Sunday schooL .
wear it out. 3:30 p. m.-Jdnlor C. E.
Aside from the natural development 11 a. m.-Sermonette, "Job and His
and refinement of standard types, what Times."
has been the trend of automobile 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic sermon.
building in the last year? Cheaper Everybody welcome.
cars and smaller cars. A car for gen- Junior C. E. Program
eral utility selling under a thousand Meets at 3:30 p. m. Subject, "Obed-
dollars. These cars are not being lence to Parents." Lois Dame. leader.
made by the manufacturers at their Lesson, Eph. 6:1-2.
own instignation. They are being Lord's prayer.
built after a demand has been found Bible lesson by leader.
for them. The little runabout will Chalk talk, Theo Beckham.
probably always be the most popular Lesson story, "Real Obedience"-
type of automobile, as it meets the de- Floyd Coleman.
mands of the busy man-and the busy Mission study. Nellie Beckham.
man is the buyer. Review. Our String of Pearls.
* I Books of the Bible.
Mr. Hill of Gainesville. will be here, Song.
Monday and Tuesday with a Brush Bible drill, finding references.
runabout. If you want a small car, be Roll call.
sure you see and try the Brush. Mizpah.
Full attendance requested and be
S sure to bring Bibles.


I i
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ORLANDO WINS SECOND
___ GAME FROM OAK HALLS I TR I
Be it resolved, by Fort King Lodge When the smoke had cleared away S O R
No. 14, W. 0. W., that by the death of on Gainesville's ball field yesterday it ;g .f1.U. am. C1 ~ ..
our brother, William Herbert Pyers. was found that Orlando had defeatedI A
this lodge, as well as the entire com- the crack Oak 'Hall team again with a I K u -M Im
munity has sustained a loss which is score of 5 to 2. The following par-
felt by all, not only in the lodge, where agraph is taken from the Sun's write- BNe- th a
he was loved by every member, but up of the game: Signatret f 91M of .&
by every person who knew him. "When they have anything to play,
His professional life was great in they are either scared to death or go
beneficence; he led a home life of ten- all to pieces, and itf some slow team KISSED AND KILLED
der devotion; his was a character comes along they can get out and Wilkesbarre. Pa.. Aug. 21.-George
which was rare in its gentleness, and handle the ball as well as most any P. Marion. aged 62 years, ofAtlanta,
while he is gone he is with us always. team, but with fast company they are shot and killed hs common law wife
Let us cherish it, keep it fresh in our not in it. and the faithful fans have in the ofce of the hief of police in
minds, forgetting not our departed found this out." this citylast night. Marion and the
brother, whose very presence cast sun- Cheer up, Gainesville, the worst \P deceased who was formerly Miss
shine, hope and love upon alL yet to come. Frances Lee, of Zion City, IlL, had, It
Let us but remember that death is is alleged, been living together as hus-
only the gate of life and find comfort People with chronic bronchitis, as- band and wife for seven years.
in the knowledge that so noble, pure thma and lung troNewill find great
and true a life cannot terminate with relief and comfo j oley's Honey A WOMAN'S APPEAL
"he grave, but will be borne to that and Tar. and c a+ Wd suffering by wo g su
celestial world to which we all hope commencing to t-w'Rt at once. Sold To aU knowing sufferers of rhems-
to attain. Iy all dealers. Usm. whether muscular or of the
To his bereaved family we extend y rs, points sciatalca, lumbagos, backache,
our sincere sympathy, assuring them pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
that our grief is only eclipsed by their pains. t4 write to her for a home treat-
own. and that the friendliness we feel ment which has repeatedly cured au
for them will last eternally. a of thed tortures. She feels It her duty
Be it further resolved. That these to send It to all sufferers FREE. YTon
resolutions be copied on our minutes. cure yourself at home as thousands
copies sent to the family of our de- will testify-no change of climate be-
parted brother and to the Ocala papers, lung necessary. This simple discovery
Marcus Frank, banishes uric acid from the Mood,
Jake Brown, loosens the stiffened Joints, parinIE
Committee. the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv-
Ing elasticity and tone to the whole
"WOODMAR"-FOR RENT Iystem. If the above interests yo7,
OW Uo. proof address Mrs. Summers,
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish- I P- R. South Bend. Ind. 2


ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE OTTAGE-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 nonth.
David S. Woodrow.
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.
DONALD BAIN ACQUITTED
Atlanta. August 21.-Donald B. Bain.
an Insurance broker, was acquitted
here last night of the murder of E. G.
Williams. Both were residents of this
city. Bain pleaded self-defense.
REVOLTS AT COLD STEEL
'Your only hope."Cad three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. F er, Detroit, Mich..


H7BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
are made by all soothinsyrups and
baby medicines thae italn opium
and narcotics. McI Baby Elixir
contains no injuo j narcotic
The t th drugs of any kind.and safe
cure for disordered hs, bowels
Gand fretfulness-splendid for teething
BREAD Infants. Sold by all druggists.
Sao* LYNCHING IN GEORGIA
t oFt tFitzgerald. Ga., Aug. 2L-Heary
o 0 Taylor, a negro ex-convict charged
a fnOW, It s 8 oo with assaulting Mrs. John Vickery.
SW :Tuesday, and then murdering her and
me to bher infant, was taken from the sheriff
i= of Wilcox county, between Lumpkin's
lery and McRea, and lynched last
sen it excluvelyE m n night.

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Seseo OW Wi cwe any oan@

Kml Mattle Pyles, after a pleasant
of two weeks nla South Carollas.
Ig. fla i tends in Atlanta.

the Court Pharmacy. We
ftE and deliver yor pre-

CM&l. L Moore and daughter
Veturmed from their visit to the
of North Carolina.

S .1 pea swn the new visible Pay.
Itypoeiter? R. C. Davis & Co..

SCa r r-hlcky Bob-won the
ed off by Mr. Carter, at the
Moulture Co.

WAANTED-An experienced
I aI Apply to Judge or Miss
the courthouse.

,+ A. 1Peln. of Jacksonville. is a
ai etfclent salesman at Frank's

ftmet that you can finMd any.
waat to crockery and glass-
the Ocala News Co.
Shas been quite a gratifying
S q ,ess p the atmosphere the last

= WIT-A fve-room cottage
- |g|gIIe. No. 109. Apply to A.

3,Q-Oeeswe MacKay returned this
attdIMA frome a business trip to

I. 0.. vlsv & Co. of Jacksonvme.
Silk typewriter ribbons. T.
;: Pf7.* per aosen.
*if Jim Brown and little daughter
Sp to Micanopy today, to visit
n's father.

tess wm fan you Mor ten
Oat one of those .-Inch We.-
,s- from H. W. Tucker.
W. llg toMwer. C. A. Robinson and
ui t, ato acksonville, were at the
last night.
X. M. Andrews and Robert C. Bartow
af Jackmaville were late arrivals at
the 9ea RBme last night.

.lo *'Laumra Norwood went down to
ike tloe thie afternoon to spend Sun-
bFy with Miss Leafy Sylvester.
;W. *. lerman and A. P. Watkins of
were at the Oeala House

-w. B. Hart and L, R. GOrlmes of At-
were at the Ocala House yes-

Ulr. T. T. Hancoeck of Brooksville
*a gaest at the Oeala House yes-

S aS gmq, W*- w cure any ease
S i r. Price -c.

S'hglare of the sma harts your
get a pair of smoked glasses
us foe M e. The Poetoffce Drug.

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presmtus and pme drugs
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apr s Ina the city than we
C list and look It over It
Ssmehlag reay aie. Ty-

*MaB smme between the fire
I t and railroad operators
e I ahe 1ed1 tfr this afternoon.
mn account of the
we0a- St. Petersburg and the
Amm The game will be play-
Md 41 be an interesting one.

mwmley .a characteristic, Is the
Sf the Court Pharmacy's pre-
flw l deartme*t. Phone us. We
Mid tr. IB mad deliver your pre-
ago a mpttr.

am l mblrig left" last night for a
SMta at Maeon. Miss..
return to Florida
iwa gaMaIn la the Jacksonville


OCALA TAKES DOUSLE-HEADER

The 4S1 Tem Play Again This
Aftermee
The Irat came of the double-header
Played yesterday afternoon was a very
pretty I hibtio of the national sport.
St. Persburg has a good team and,
in these games, the teams were more
evenly matched than in any games
that have been played on the home
diamond recently.
The score was even up to the first
toning of the first game. In the sec-
ond Bennett was passed to first, reach-
ed second- on Melver's infield hit, and
both runners advanced a base when
Galloway bunted. Diego fumbliga the
balL Islar hit and Bennett tallied
when Kibo booted the ball.
In the third, with two outs, McCeang,
for the visitors, singled to center.
Brown made a balk, advancing the
runner to eeoad, ad McClnmg scor-
ed on Willam' hit to left. No further
tallied were made until Ocala's half
Of the eighth, when Islar and the two
Dedge circled the bases on three hits
and twb out.
I* the ninth St. Petersburg made a
strong bid for the game. Kiko and
McClung singled to right field. Leon
rapped out a double to left, scoring
Kiko and McClung. However. Ocala
had too many for them and the game
ended with a score of 5 to 3 In favor
of the locals.
The second game was started rather
late and the two teams agreed that it
should run seven Innings only. Ocala
circles the bases In the second and
In the fifth, and although PeUrsburg
came near scoring in the third and
fifth. the visitors were shut out with-
out a tally.
Brown pitched the first game for
Ocala. allowing eight hits, Diego pitch-
ed both games, sixteen innings for the
visitors, and the locals scored only
seven hits, Harris pitching the seven-
inning game for Ocala, with one hit,
which was made by Story.
The evenings are becoming shorter
and the second game of a double-
header is usually slow, the one of Fri-
day being more so than uAal, and
It is the consensus of opinion that it
Is not a satisfactory arrangement, as
the baseball association derives no ad-
ditional revenue from the second game.
the usual 25 cents admittance fee be-
ing charged for both games.
The same teams play again this aft-
ernoon and the St. Petersburg boys.
who are gentlemanly young fellows,
say they are going to take this one. We
hope the attendance is good, because
the team Is in the hole on account of
the rainy weather of the past two
weeks.
Next Thursday Ocala goes to Gaines-
ville and Judging from the Interest
manifested on the street this will be
the star game of the season. Probably
S00 people will go up to root for the
home boys, the railroads allowing a
cheap rate for the round trip.
AT THE AIR DOME

The open alr'theater had a fine show
last night "The Shenandoah Valley."
a historical sketch, and "The Lapland-
ers," Illustrations of a wonderful, but
little known county, were most Inter-
esting. Leon Ponce is one of the most
humorous comedians that has ever
been in Ocala and those who don't hear
him are Inflicting a positive Injury on
themselves. This is his last night in
Ocala, an& you don't want to fall to
see and hear him.

The Rebekahs held a good. though
somewhat slimly attended meeting at
Tonge's hall last night V. G. Mrs. J.
M. Fennell presided. After the busi-
ness was attended to, a substantial
supper, provided by Mr. and Mrs. Fen-
nell, was served. The viands consist-
ed of pllaun, sponge cake and the ne-
cessary trimmings, washed down by
fmeade, a big bucketful of which wbs
provided by Mr. L. F. Ballard. It was
the opinion of those present, as they
put away the pillar and cake. or reach-
ed for the limeade, that those absent
were to be pitied. The next meeting
of the lodge will be held Friday even-
ing, Sept. 17th.
One of the most popular places in
the city is the Court Pharmacy, and
It never shows to as good advantage
as on bend concert nights when it is
filled with pleasant, good-looking and
well-dressed people, who never think
the occasion is complete unless they
have a dish of cream or a cool drink
In the handsome drugstore on the cor-
ner. Its always a treat to be waited
on by the affable Alfred and his amla-


ble ansistnts
There lb no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 26 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably kow.

WANTED-Two energetic, reliable
men to sell and collect in Marion and
adjoining counties. Reference requir-
ed. Address, J. 0. Dedge, Gainesville,
Fla.
Miss Affleck has Just received a lot
of pretty new tailored hats-just what
one needs for this season. They are
marked at very reasonable prices and
any one wishing a new stylish hat
would do well to call and see them..


THUGS TO EAT


SARATOGA POTATO CHIPS
STUFFED DATES IN GLASS
PULLED FIGS IN GLASS
PRESERVED FIGS
SLICED BACON IN GLASS
SLICED BEEF IN GLASS
PEANUT BUTTER
APPLE, PEACH AND PLUM BUTTER

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Roh, Moth, Wa.
tougB, Ants, Fleas.
troys terms and
stilizes the eggs of
ainm cts.
CLEAN furniture, Carpets,
Ifg, Curtains, Etc,
pitively harmlew to
goods.
DISINITS thoroughly,
id an absolute, pre-
Stitive of all con.
giou8 diseases to
an and beast.

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TEAPOT

GOCERY


TK BAND CONCERT
Last eving was tie most pleasant
one in weas. The wether took on a
coolness est was a grateful compari-
son with ae stifling teat of the last
few days. Fear of rain kept some
people aey from tb band concert.
but man3sttended ami found the oc-
casion a lost pleasar, one. It is be-
coming tre to say tht the band play-
ed well. lt its no lee than the truth
to say thenembers sedom played bet-
ter. and here was gratifying ab-
sence of Iscordant ato hoots in the
midst of the melodic. The concert.
by the wy. looked fc a while like aL
Ocala aus exhibit, a there was a line
of handsome cars almost all the way
along th< eastern adl southern sides
of the stare, filled with people en-
joying th music.

WILI BUILD IVO PLANTS

Messrs Mclver &MacKay have a
contract with the Dunellon Phosphate
company to build )r them a large
phosphae plane at ectlon seven and
a contract with the J. Buttgenbach
Phosphate company to build a big
plant to them. Astoon as the water
recedes enough so tit the foundations
can be Ilid the worlwill be pushed as
fast as possible.

BOUGHT A HOE IN OCALA
Mr. Joe Mickle. wife and children
front Standard, can in today to make
their bome in Oca' Mr. Mickle has
bought the reside'e on the corner
owner by Miss Wgaret Peace, op-
posite and in from of Mrs. Powers'
home.

HAPPINESS FOR SIX
Judge Bell has sued the following
marriage licenses I the last two days:
Frank H. McCtough to Elisabeth
B. Brooks, Sam V Copeland to Lillie
Eva Harrison. W lam L. Watson to
Norma Drawdy.

Read the intereing story elsewhere
In this issue abim the small car as a
business proposition and if you are
thinking of gettir a car let Mr. Hill
take you out in he little Brush car
Monday or Tuescy. He will be here
to demonstrate tk car.

Mr. I. R. Knigl of the Singer Sew-
IngMachine Co..returned this after-
noon from Dunnlon.

Mr. C. N. Kirland and Mr. Goodale
went out this morning for a trip to
Martel. Leroy. Irly Bird and the ad-
joining section.
It wasn't an ectric light pole that
fell at Frank's *rner yesterday after-
noon, but one f the telephone poles
of the old Foers & Hiller line. out of
use some year ago. It did no dam-
age except to self.

Mr. J. D. Cng of Hernando, who
has been in lie Ocala hospital for sev-
eral weeks. were h underwent an
operation, us dismissed this morning
and return home. Mr. King is get-
ting on finly He is still weak. but
will soon b, himself again.
Look ove our line of toilet prep-


arations. le are quite proud of the
fine stock. Perfume, powders and
soaps of th finer grades. Tydings &
Company.
Mr. G. WMartin has returned from
his purchasig trip to Atlanta. He
bought a sipndid line of goods, espe-
cially bookend stationery.
Bear in mnd we carry a full line of
Staffords nd Carter's Inks; also
fountain pes from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Compny.


John Canrell. Rome. Ga., L. A. Mor-
gan, Amerius. Ga.. and A. G. Payne.
of Jackson ille. were late arrivals at
the Ocala louse last night.
R. C. Daris & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell my make of second-hand
typewriter.upon easy terms It desired.
"Can be aepended upon" is an ex-
pression w all like to hear, and when
It is used in ~Onection with Cham-
berlain's O1. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it l 49ms at it never fails to
cure dia dysentery or bowel
complaints It is pleasant to take and
equally vduable for children and
adults.
There were six cases in the mayor's
court this morning and the cash ac-
count footed up $31. Fighting. rog-
uery and drunk and disorderly were
the complaints.


WOKE UP A HORNETS NEST DAVID S. WOOOW
Phene 16
Mida migt MaraudU Had to eM for
Their L.ives Tlrwo a Shu'r

The sneak thieves who have been
keeping the city In alarm for the past OFFICE IN HOLDE UhLO
few weeks were alarmed themselves
last night and had to do a hot foot for CRUSHED STONE. CCMENTALAKE W
the tall timber while 38-caliber slug We have a stone rra.mwr at Iw s i
bored holes in the air around them. kInds~ afCement Wnork ldt PbudaklU
The Bryce residence on the corner Brick Build Sidewalks, ArSeal tone
of South Fourth street and Orange av- ks for FAto forhswork
tnue was entered by the thieves a lit- are cheaper. Warehouse and Crnber
lre after 10 o'clock. There was no one oaundir.
in the house except Mr. L. D. Beck.
who rooms there. He was awakened-
by thlr prowling through the rooms,
but they left before he could get a
shot at them.
They next entered the residence of
Mr. C. L. Bittinger. a few yards east
of the Bryce house. Mrs. Bittinger
and daughter, Miss Adele. were at
home. having Just returned from the j.& dl.Q V
Air Dome. Both were upstairs, Mrs.- "
Bittinger reading and Miss Adele Of C n I
asleep. Mrs. Bittinger heard the burg-
lars down stairs and awoke her daugh-
ter. and then went down stairs. She A mdn*K SINk d I-
saw the thieves, who were trying to
open the back door and demanded of a C 5 rlm s o
them who they were and what they M- S- .i L
wanted. In the meantime. Miss Adele .. .. I
called for Mr. S. L Lammus. who lives cwr| by a b-Id m-- b l
across the street, north of the Bittinger n iN. 8 M
residence. Ut k f W =
Mr. Beck, awakened from his peace- i IN a P&M
ful slumbers, and aching for a shot at
his disturbers, came to the windows We m a an "an y
of his home next to the Bittinger house. U '
and hearing the ladies calling, opened
fire on the marauders, who he saw ft b r @I K I
dimly through the night One of them
ran around the Bittinger house and -
climbed the fence at though he was
going toward Mrs. Lyles' house, to the K N IG H T
northeast. As he climbed the fence,
he came in range of a gatling gun in *w. Sie d S-
the hands of Sim Lummus. who was I s a m
by this time awake.
Sim pumped lead in the direction of
the marauder with the best will in the
world, but the inconsiderate rascal
wouldn't stand still long enough to be.
aimed at. He and his companion left i
for the southern part of the state at a l w
rate of speed that would have made;
an A. C. LI engine Jealous.
By this time, every man In the
neighborhood was out with a gun, hop-
ing for a shot at the thieves. They had
evidently marked out their line of re- a f Lp t
treat however, and followed it with a -
rapidity that only a race horse could ffNomlo-y I h- Natm
equal. Bet trn' with
The tracks of the two men, one shod
and one barefoot, were found all!
around the places they visited, and inI A INrt my peple b have
the sandy street they followed making w buith ad thave BM
their escape. These last were about 15 mrr for It---wMm serves or
feet apart, showing that those who hrle dympepala resulted and Y
made them were running some. theyhave t been able to s it. p
Mrs. Bittinger and Miss Adel were Use Kodal and prevent having C
very cool throughout the excitement, Dys Ya. P
and it is probable that if the former efryone i s ab jt to adige. *
lady had had a pistol when she saw tln. Stomach derangAment follows
the thieves, one at least of them stomach abuse, juat as ntu y
wouldn't have been in any shape to; and jut as surely as a o&0d at1 t
run. But if they keep up their depre- healthy stomach reualtsB up the T
dations. its only a matter of time be- taking of KodoL -
fore they run up against some one Whme you experience oMmnes 1
who is both armed and ready. ot stomach, belchig of gas and
The visits of the thieves, the past aUea8tin1g 1Uld, bloated saationm
two nights, seem to dispose of the ar- gaWing pai Ia the pit of the ,
gument that the. man Burroughs, who stomach, heart bra (no*Cflel),
tried to commit suicide in the city jail. diarrhoea, headdahesba. d kea or b
was responsible for the burglaries of, ebri tired feellag-yoa needXo- .
a few weeks ago. dol And then the qui ter yoa take t
SKodol-the better. Eat what V m
BROOKS HOUSE want, let Kodo digest ft.
VISITED BY BURGLARS Orfinary k I "s ata

Last night, about midnight, Mr. J. C. e ts, pbyd eOf.Iw et" Il
Bardin, who has a room at the home to en aumeats. Pe a is oy it
of Mr. J n. Brooks, on West Adams 01 In G
street, was awakened by a noise, and FOR SALE BY ALL I
going to a window of his room, which _
is on the second floor, saw a man try-
ing to get into the kitchen. Mr. Bar- COMING IN FOR SUNDAY
din covered the man with his revolver, COMING IN FOR SUNDAY
but wanted to make sure he was a The following people came in at 1
thief before firing a shot that would o'clock this afternoon on the Dunnellon
have probably caused a coroner's in- train, most of them to remain over
quest. The man pried the screen off Sunday in the city. and others from
the window and started to enter, an business trips along the line, namely:
act which would have cost him a se- Mr. Tom Sexton from Inverness; Mr.
vere wound, If not his life. when he John T. Lewis from the west coast:
heard a signed from a confederate out Dr. H. C. Mills from the Newberry
In the street and made a chain-lightn- section; Mr. John R. Martin from Is-
ing sneak. It is probable that the ac- tachatta: Mr. Pedrick from Dunnellon;
complice saw Mr. Bardin drawing a Messrs. Willis and Fox from a trip to
bead on his friend and gave the signal the mines; Carl Schneider. Joe Mickle,
Just in time. It is a pity Mr. Bardin wife and children of Newberry: Dave
did not fire. but a man is reluctant to Williams from Inverness: E. W. Kray-
shoot another unless he has to. bill and G. G. Maynard from Rock I,
It is probable these are the same Springs.
two men who alarmed the second ward
earlier in the night. If so. they are FOR SALE AT LAKE WEIR
determined thieves and it in only a[ FOR ALE AT LAKE WEIR


matter of time before they get what ne of the handsomest and bet lo-
is coming to them. coated homes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
THEY SUCCF'r%5P THAT TIME plent yof land; cheap for cash. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, city.
The midnight marauders entered the
home of Editor Harris of the Banner HOME FOR SALE
last night, but as he is a wise man
and keeps his treasures either in the A splendidly located residence on
bank or laid up in Heaven, the thieves best street of city, medium sized house,
only succeeded In carrying off 50 cents for sale at low price and on very easy
in cash and some cold victuals, terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto, city.
George. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Let Mr. Hill of Gainesville, who will
G. F. Williams. who has suffered so be in Ocala Monday and Tuesday,
much with an inflamed eye, is getting show you what the little Brush run-
well under Dr. Newsom'streatment about automobile .will do, if you are
interested.

If you want to buy a small runabout
l auto. see Mr. Hill with the little Brush
car, in this city Monday and Tuesday.
He will "show you."
Mr. R. R. Carroll made a business
Swr, Fr gl M (a1fM trip to Dunnellon today, going down
on the "Sunny Jim" and returning on
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WALTER DAY'S NEW WASON
The Walter H. Day CO. as Itstt Nw
wagon on. the stre ets tdat -h
wagon is drawn by two oal black
horses. is entirely covere, palatad
snow white and lettered all over wt
green and red letters, temitag dtf the
virtues of the d* t rem eds -a=E
where they can be ad, etc. The wag-
on will go all over the country, taklag
orders for the remedies ad carrylw
a full line of the samples sad adv-
tising matter.

FOR SALE-My home; the best
corner location In Ocala on t0he m-
ket. Address B. J. Potteer.

Don't waste yeo uro ealmig
plasters when ey at boe t
Chamberlain's .twmw
fve cents. A e If tel of1p1
ened with this e sIuerIoI to
side anhed cbest adm=u& etpTr,

The building opereimeds for Oiaa
this tal and winter ue a lek e*d. A
number of fien rei daies O e Mrbe
tlial business properties to be put up

If you are run dow& lYWs *IW
Remedy wlhM yoau. It a s-eMr
the kidaneys lt w il ffi mtn
Impurities in bot t tlhat ao
press there and meae

tality. Do not deatiy.
Kidney Remedy at ease a
dealers.


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Messrs. H. M. Hampton and R. R.
, Carroll went to Woodmar this after-
he noon to spend Sunday with their fam-
Ilies.


MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex-
S_-plains how we teach barber trade in
Co lt PCrm aCy few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
SCollege. Atlanta. Ga.

RHODE ISLAND RED
CHARLES D. HULBERT, D. CHICKENS FOR SALE
Mr. S. E. Rowe, of the Lttle Bo-
HIOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND nanza, will have 200 of the finest Rhode
SURGEON Island Red chickens to morrow, Sat-
Ole--Second Floor The Munroe A iurday, morning, that the city has ever
Chambliss Bank Buildina. Oiala. seen. 100 of the fowls will weigh four


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U'ATSUNT OF COUNTY AND SUB IIOOL FUNDS
RM6sWi ed Diuhuresift.. August 1*4 1INS, to August lst, IN%, by Thee.
County Treamwor Ocala, Marian Cownty, FMa


Receipts and Disbursements. County
1900- Funds.
Aug. L Balance on hand .................. 2909.92
Aug. S. L o. ee. Nos. 1432 to 1451 Inc........ 31U2.42
Aug. S1. 8. L& ee. Nos. 242 to 244 Inc........
Aug. 3S. Total Bees. In Aug. 1908............ -7 .34
Aug. S1. Total Dbs. in Aug. 1908........... 4276.00


Balace on hand ................... 1797.34
OC. RSe. Nos. 1452 to 14<3 inc..... .. 109.84
8. 8. Bee. Noe. 245 to Inc.......
Total Rees. In Sep. 1908............. 2864.18
Total Dabs. In Sep. 1908.............. 1644.67
Balance on hand .................. 1219.51
Co. ec. Nee. 1464 to 1480 inc....... 12634.14
8. 8 ee. Nos. 246 to 347 Inc........


Oct. 31. Total Res. Is Oct., 1908............ 13853.65
Ot. 31. Total Debs. In Oct., 1908............. 11689.76


Nov. 1.
Nov. 20.
Nov. 0.
Nov. 3s.
Nov. f.


Dec.
Dee.
Dee.


Dne. 31.
Dec. .IL
Jaa. LX
Jan. 1.
Aan. 31.


Balance on hand ................... 2163.89
OC. ee. Nos. 1481 to 1498 nc........ 12416.43
& 8. Rec. Noa. 248 to 251 inc........
Total Rees. In Nov., 1908............ 14580.32
Total Dbws. In Nov., 1908........... 12326.19


Balance on hand ...................
Co. Rec. Now. 1499 to 1516 Inc........
B a. ee. No@. 252 to 255 Inc........

Total Rees. In Dec., 1908............
Total Dsbs. In Dec., 1908............
Balance on hand ....................
Co. Ree. Nos. 1517 to 1542 Inc........
8. 8. Rec. Noe. 256 to 259 inc........


Jsa. 1. Total Rees. In Jan., 1909.............
M. 31. Total Dsbs. in Jan., 1909.............


Fek I.


Balance on hand ................... 2253.59
Co. Rec. NoB. 1543 to 1559 Inc........ 8160.56
S. 8. ece Nos. 260 to 262 inc........


f 2- Total Rees. In Feb, 1909. .......... 10414.15
Feb. Total Debs. in Feb, 19............. 7194.48


balance on hand ................. 3219.67
. Bee. No. 1560 to 1582 Inc........ 15123.98
. ee. No. 263 to 264 inc........


Mar. 31. S T eRes in Mar., 1909............ 18343.65
Mar-. L TODebs. In Mar., 1909............ 14418.36

Apr. 1. on hand .................... 3925.29
AMr. Co. No.. 1543 to 1599 Inc........ 27976.78
Apr. 9. B. 8 Nos. 265 to 266 Inc........

Apr. W. Tla in Apr., 1909............ 31902.07
Apr. n. Total W n Apr., 19............... 25922.07

May 1. BaISae d .................. 5980.00
May 1. Cos Ree. N l to 11 inc........ 9383.99
May S 21. BLl-.. 267 to 28 Inc........

May L S Totalees. Sy, 109.............. 1 .99
May 3L Total Debs. n 19.9............. 13921.70

Jm L Balance ou .................. 144229
J3m 9. C. ReE. Nos. 16 o 1648 inc........ 11016.45
Jm nS. 8. & Roe. NI N o 273 inc........
AmSe 9. Total Reae. In 1909........... 1245&.74
J3amS Total D In ............1137.5

July 1. Balace oa n and ............171.18
J 3L. Co. Bee. NoS.L 14 to \ s87.12


Sub-Schl
Funds.,
$4042.07


597.54
4639.61
746.09
3893.52


Total
Funds.
$ 6951.99
11C8.42
59744
10712.95
5022.09
5690.86


1.23 1.23


3894.76
589.44

3305.31



19.14

3324.75
704.29


6758.93
2234.11
4524.82
12634.14
19.14

17178.40
12394.05


2620.46 4784.35
12416.43
781.53 781.53
3401.99 17182.31
1334.05 13660.24


2254.13 2067.94 4322.07
4757.45 4757.45
465.95 465.95
7011.58 2533.89 9545.47
4594.38 914.42 5508.80
2417.20 1619.47 4036.67
7352.59 7352.59
432.566 432.56

9769.79 2052.03 11821.82
7516.20 310.26 7826.46


1741.77 3995.36
8160.56
885.05 885.05


2626.82
686.15

1940.67
1751.28

3691.95
785.85


13040.97
7880.63
5160.34
15123.98
1751.28
22035.60
15204.21


2906.10 6831.39
27976.78
4064.25 4064.25
4970.35 38872.42
1470.63 27392.70

5499.72 11479.72
9383.99
175.01 175.01

5674.73 21038.72
1991.64 15913.34
863.09 6125.38
1116.49,
2075.18 2075.13


5758.27
1085.75

4672.51


18217.01
12473.31

5743.70
~867.12


9FAMU


Congressman Fraak Clark, of the
Second Florida District has accepted
the invitation of the Business Men's
League of St. Louis and the Lakes-to-
the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association
to be a guest of these organizations
during President Taft's visit to St.
Louis, and his journey down the Mis-
sissippi river to New Orleans, which
will include the week of October 25th
to October 30th. t
The president of the United States
will also be the guest of these two or-
ganizations, and Congressman Clark is
informed that all expenses, including
accommodations at the best hotels in
St. Louis and New Orleans, will be
paid.

NOTICE FOR BIDS TO REMODEL
THE CITY MARKET
Notice Is hereby given that on the
7th day of September. A. D. 190, at
the regular meeting of the city council
of the city of Ocala. Florida, bids for
the remodeling of the city market of
the said city, according to plans and
specifications now on file in the city
clerk's office of said city, will be con-
sidered by the said council; said
council resrgving the right to accept
or reject any of said bids; said bids
to be in writing and filed with the city
clerk on or before the said 7th day of
September, A. D. 1909. J. M. Meffert,
President of the City Council
.. .. m .. m .


proposig to organic
undr the general laws Ao ae
of Florid, relastig to efsadms
for pret, hereby make a$mMlsh
the fSowg airtnles of nmrm-
tim an d proeped charter;


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irwoly Si... es aS Twewwig a Cat
Overbard Caused a Disstrmuins
V01
New York, Aug. 26.-Carrylag ury
topmasts, with her main course to tat-
ters and her crew exh-oste4. the Nor-
wegian bark Gartba. 140 days from
Padang. in Java, trailed through the
Narrows yesterday nla tow of an oceae
tug that had picked up the storm bat-
tered old wilJammer off Sandy Book.
There had been never a dry deek inM
all of the o11,0 nautical mile of the
weary voyage. Head seas and gales
had been the portion of the ship's com-
pany of twelve, with double duty halt
of the time.
It was all due to the loss of Tom. the
ship's big black cat. as Capt. Skjulnstad
explained with mournful shakes of his
grizzled head. One of the crew knows
what became of Tom, for he was the
cat's executioner.
Vast cargoes had come and gone
across the Atlantic while the Garth
was making that iong voyage.
"You see sailors do not like cats at
sea." said the captain. "They think a
cat brings bad luck and so when I
shipped Tom in Batavia before sailing
for Padang the whole crew felt sure
that bad luck was coming.
"All the way to Padang the crew
were talking about that eat. They did
not like him around, though he was
well mannered enough.
"It was when we were beating Into
Padang that the cat was lost. I wish
I knew who did It-I wish I knew.
- "It was Just before eight bells, and
the watch was about to be changed. I
distinctly saw in the gloom a sailor
come up from the fo'castle with a black
sort of bundle. The man gave the
bundle a toss and I heard a sort of
wall. Then I knew Tom had been cast
overboard.
"The sailor disappeared and every
man Jack of the crew afterward denied
all knowledge of the cat's disappear-
ance. But I knew that one of them
was guilty and I knew we were going
to have a hard voyage.
"We were not long in doubt. The
very day we sailed out of Padang. on
March 29, we ran into a head gale that
carried away out topgallant sails. The
wind Just torel them sails all to pieces.
We rigged new ones the next day. and
they, too, were torn from the ropes.
"But it was not until April 11. while
we were still In the Pacific, that we
met real trouble.
"The wind fell almost to a dead ealm
and then It swooped down on us from
the southward and 'just tore the top-
masts out of the ship. All three of the
topmasts, with all attached rigging.
went over the side and began pound-
Ing our hull With the bark heeling
away to port and seas washing us fore
and aft, I managed to get her nose into
the wind and start men chopping away
that wreckage.
"After some days, when the weather
cleared, we rigged them sticks," point-
ing contemptuously to his Jury top-
masts, "but even so we could not make
up for the loss of our to'gallants'ls.
and then. we lost more sails, and had to
keep on patching and replacing can-
vas.
"The straining hull spread some of
the seams, coming round the Cape of
Good Hope, and for two days we had
to work the pumps until the weather
cleared. We finally recalled the deck
and some of the side seams, but we
had to work the pumps more or less
all the rest of the voyage.
"No use going over the whole voy-
age. It was day after day of plunging
and lifting to head seas and beating
about for miles to gain a mile of head-
way.
"It was all on account of the loss of
that cat_ If Tom had not been cast to
the sharks we would never have made
such a voyage."

SOLDIER BALKS DEATH PLOT
It seemed to J. A. Stone,. a civil war
veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate lung trou-
ble and the grave to cause his death
"I contracted a stubborn cold," he
writes. "that developed a cough that
stuck to me, In se of all remedies,
for years. My eig t ran down to 130
pounds. The I began to use Dr.
King's New Iscovery, which restored
my health >mife ly. I now weigh
178 pounds." Fed vere colds, obsti-
ate coughs, heorrhages, asthma,
hd to prevent -leumonia it's un-
rivaled. 50c and 31. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
CLARK WILL ACCOMPANY TAFT


Drake, purchaser of tax eartMate.
No. 519, dated the rd iday otf JA
A. D. 19W7, has filed siM d eertmlate I
my etfce, and has mbade applesatI
for tax deed to ssa tn pAeeinbdns
with law. Bald certifate emIbmss-
the followtag d4cribe propety sit
nated in Marlon county. Florida, s,
wit: w% of se see Stp U a r 22-
8 acres. The said land being asses-
ed at the date of the lesManee of suac
certificate in the same of T. B. Cap-
belL Unless said certificate shaB be
redeemed according to law. taI eid
will isse.thereon on.the 2fth 4w of
August, A. D. 10W.
Witness my 'e icial signature sad
seal this the 24th day of July. A. D.
190. T. SITRImfNK.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marie Co. Fa.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR.
Tax Deed Under egot"io 8 of Chap-
tor 4nU, Laws of Filerid. *
Notice is hereby given that J. H.
Dombrook, purehser oft tax eartificate
No. 52, dated the Ird day of June, A.
ID. 197, has filed sadt certifiate In
my office an4 has made appleuatil for
tax deed to Issue mI accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion coaty, Florida, to-wit: los
1. 2, 2 4. 5, 6 block G Moutage see
26 tp 15 south r 22 east. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
ssuance of such certificate In the
name of J. C. DuBois. Unless saM
certificate shall be redeemed emaccord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 14th day of September, A. D.
1909.,
Witness my official signature ad
seal this the 11th day of August A.
D. 1909. T. trunk
Clerk Circuit Court Marimo Co. IPla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed UNsr section 8 of Ch P
ter 41, Laws er FloridL
Notice Is hereby given that I. H. Scott,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 234,
dated the 6th day of June, A. D. 1906.
has filed said certificate In my office.
and has h ade application for tax deed
to Issue in accordance with law. SaOd
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated In Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: lot 17, blk 6
Benedict Heights see 19 tp 13 soeth
r 21 east-l1 acres. The said land
being assessed at the date of the is-
suance of such certificate In the name
of W. G. Ford. Unless said ca ilafate
shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the
18th day of September A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 13th day of August, A.
D. 1909. L T. 8Bstrank,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORF
Tax Deed Under 8etion J of Chap-
ter 4 Law eof Florid.
Notice Is hereby given that L U .
Horne, purchaser of tax certificate No.
671. dated the Wrd day of June, A.,D.
1907, has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Martoo county, Florida, to-wit:
nw'A of ne4 and ne% of nw% see
12 tp 31 south range 2 east. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the ace such certificate In
the name of unknown, Unless said
certificate bhanl be redeemed seortg
to law, tax deed will issue therees on
the 14th day of September. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature al
seal this the 11lt day of August. A.
D. 1909.. S. T. astrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Mari=o Co. Fa.

NOTICE
Of Fial Settlment and Dilehargo
Notice is ereby gives that on the
9th day of February. M. D. 1910, the
undersigned will present her accounts
and .vouchers to the Hom. Joseph Bell,
judge of probate !n and for Marone
county, at his otice in Oemala. and wiln
make her final settlement and apply
for final discharge.
Ocala. FlS.. 21st day of July. 1909.


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III.
* The amount of capital stock autor-
bied Is the sum of IvethousandSol-
lars, which shall be dilded intolve
hundred shares of the par value. of
ten dollars each, whiel shall be aid
in In cash. tea per 4at. of wich
will be paid in at the tat meetia of
the sutbecribers to is propped
charter.
IV.
The term for whictthe corpoa-
dton shall exist is twety-flve ye.
V.
The business of tU corporate
shall be conducted bia presadeM,
vice president, a secrry. a trea
urer, pnd a board of ot less th
five directors, who shJ be elect
at the regular annual fetuag of tin0.
stock holders and dlictors to be
held at Ocala on the rat Tueeday
in October of each yea The bus-
ness of the company sall be corw
ducted by the followir named oft
ficers until those elected at the first
annual election shall e qualified,
to-wit: Joseph Bell, evident: D.,
Wilber Tompkins, vice resident; R.
R. Carroll, secretary; RL. Keating,
treasurer.
VI.
The highest amount I indebted-
ness to which the corpoition can at
any time subject itself ittwenty-five
thousand dollars.
VII.
The names and residtces of the
subscribers and the mount sub-
scribed by each, are as Ilows:
Joseph Bell. Ocala. Fla 10 shares.
D. Wilber Tompkins, icala, Fla.,
10 shares.
IR. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla., 10,
sh8reB.
R. L. Keating, Ocala, Fla., 10
shares.
H. M. Hampton, Ocal Fla., 10
shares.
In witness whereof tU said in-
corporators have hereunt set their
hands and seals this the )th day of
August, 1909.
Joseph Bell, (seal)
D. Wilber Tompbs, (seal)
R. R. Carroll. (seal)
R. L. Keating, (seal)
H. M. Hampton. (seal)
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally appeared befcelme the
undersigned authority, Joelk Bell,
D. Wilber Tompkina, R. R Uarroll,
R. L. Keating aad H. M. Hawtoa, to
me well known to be the patIes de-
scribed in and who executed to fore-
going articles of incorporatn and
proposed charter, and each akaowl-
edged the execution of the mme for
the uses and purposes theAin set
forth and expressed.
Given under my hand andseal of
office this the 19th day of tugust,
1909. (seal) 8. T. SISTRCNK.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion county.
Notice of1 ltentlieslo Apply or Let.
tes Patet.
Notice is hereby given tha onea the
21st day of September. 199, the
undersigned will apply to be gov-
ernor of Florida, at his olicein Tal-
lahassee, Florida, for letter patent
upon the foregoing articles c incor-
poration and proposed charter.
JOSEPH BEL.,
D. WILBER TOMPHNS,
R. R. CARROIJ.,
R. L. KEATING.
H. M. HAMPTON.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under oSetionS elChep-
ter 4188, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that C. V. WI-
lard. purchaser of tax certificte No.
1147. dated the 5th day of June A. D.
1905, has filed said certificate in ny of-
fice. and has made application tr tax
deed to issue in accordance witn law.
Said certificate embraces the tdllow-
ing described property situated h Ma-
rion county, Florida, to-wit: coa MOS
ft w of nw cor of ne% of se' see 29
tp 17 south r 24 east thence s 33 ft
e 59 ft n 363 ft w59 ft. The sak land
being assessed at the date of the is-
suance of such certltfl~ate In the same
of Robert Robinson. Unless said cer-
tificate shall be redeemed aeeordine to


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The name e thi earmportm shall
be. Osal ft arage a uA ppl u j ll

had l be at Oeals, I Marea ty. t
Florida.

The general ature of t sw
to be transact' tthe I -dm fSu e. it a1
to ow. lease or .herwi -u M Al m
automobiles, naphas a-uIg min mai ia w a-r
all kinds of self w proe ter u tl
vehlles and zuuf : opm 8sd ami48 ~dsM@G ,
carry on a general garage M A a ta atts rmul shsui
and own and othewie ,ae a llia alshl er al
machinery, took, implemig and It isaf Sdete
parts necessary ad progdto be maew
used in the repair e gas or aSice o f pap er ts of th
engines, automobile, launch and i i V si hta.
other self propelli m tor vdeas; f r G& M*.aS
buy and sell &I kinds self u a"d
propelling motor abhlles m1a.-'
chines, and all kleds olsup-
plies incident to or used In in 1
pair of such machtlesa or ,V*e-M-
and to act as the agent forter
companies dealing iR such ma eas, or
vehicles or supplies; rebuild oem- Le
struct all kinds of self proving
motor vehicles. madilsnea o me ers D.
own, lease, or otaerwie auire
tools, implements ani machine' for
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