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OCALA, FLRIDA, WEDNMDAY, S
-IM ID WSIXTEENM HOURS, 40 MINMtTES
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BILIOUS? IA Between J.ac; anv rill and Tampa, II
A I (TampVia Time Au. 31t. -
-- (Tampa Times,' Aug. 310t.)
For le by
T. W. TROXLER
at high grade and quality, for office
and store, receives a great deal of our
tle and attention, as our stock and
Ael@itles for supplying large and small
erag will amply attest. Whether
you wat a lead pencil or a huge led-
g.e, a note book or a letter press, It's
worth your while to come In. look
areoud, and compare prices.
OCALA NEWS COMPANY
J. C. AFTER
FULLER & AYER
- mOwe tes Mum. & Chambliss
J. E. CHANCE
Rooms 9. 10 and 11.
Second Floor. Holder Block.
L F. BLALOCK
Ofltoe hors: 8 to 12 a. n., 1 to 5 p m.
Io s With the Hotel Oee
Skilled worxmen and courteous at-
MUatl to all. Special attention to
Mr AND COLD WATER
Express Mesnger Metally Weonded
and Rebbers Seered 1S Mfrem
the Express Car
Lewiston, Pa., Sept ..-A fast ex-
press train on the Pennsylvania rail-
road was held up In true western
style yesterday In a rather wild see-
tion of wooded country near here, and
the express ear robbed. About $1,000
was secured by the gang.
The robbers all wore masks. When
the train was flagged down with a
red signal flag the engineer brought
It to a stop at a point where a large
embankment ended. From behind this
embankment came a gang of masked
men. who covered the engineer and
fireman with their revolvers, while
some of them went to the express car
and forced an entrance.
The express messenger resisted and
one of the robbers shot him. Inflicting
a serious wound.
The remainder of the train crew
came forward and attempted a resis-
tance, but they were overpowered.
The robbers took what they found in
the express car and then allowed the
train to proceed, first giving the en-
.gineer warning that there was some
dynamite lower down. The conduc-
tor and a brakeman went forward and
found six sticks of the explosive ly-
Ing near the track. From this It Is
supposed that it was the Intention of
the robbers to blow up the train If the
engineer had not heeded the signal.
A posse Is endeavoring to trail the
robbers. They are using bloodhounds.
NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me intense
suffering." she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
eovery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled In twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives in Big Pond, Pa. It works
wonders In coughs and colds, wore
lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe. asth-
ma. croup, whooping cough and sill
bronchial affections. SOc and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
BY ERNEST BRYANT
Declaring that he feared Luke Pos-
ter. and for that reason killed him
and attempted to kill his wife. Lulu
Poster, Ernest Bryant. 22 year old.
confessed this morning to Sergeant
Walker. Lieutenant Roach, Detective
Lyons and Deputy Sheriff Frank
Bryant is a negro laborer, and by
his confession admits that he killed
Foster at his home. at the corner of
Winthrop and Franklin streets, at the
mid.ight hour, or early Monday morn-
Ing.-Jacisonville Metropolis, 31st.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayliss. a merchant of
Roblnsonvlle, Del.. wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did n t
have consumption, it was near to It.
I commenced using Foley's Honey ani
Tar. and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have gala-
ed twenty-eight pounds, an due *o
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
DICKINSON WILL RECONSIDER
The Case of the Seven West Point
Cadets Dismissed for Haeing
Nashville, Aug. 31.-Four of the
seven cadets dismissed from West
Point academy for alleged participat-
ing in the having of Rolando Sutton,
have come to Nashville to personally
lay their cases before Secretary of
War Dickinson. It is said the secre-
tary has expressed his willingness to
go ovr the records again.
Are you Just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a
deformity-if your trouble 4a rheuma-
tism. lumbago, sprain, stiff Joints. or
anything of like nature use Ballard's
Snow Liniment and In no time you can
throw away your crutches and be as
well as anyone. Price 26c. Se and $1.
Sold by all druggists.
The state uniform examination for
teacher's certificates will begin at 9
a. m. on September 7, 1909. The work
for white applicants will be conducted
at the Ocala High School building and
that for the colored at Howard Acad-
emy. Each applicant will pay a fee
of one dollar at time of beginning and
will supply himself with legal cap pa-
per, pens and Ink. Any other Infor-
mation pertaining to the examination
will be cheerfully furnished by
J. H. Brinson, Superintendent
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new U-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supply mas.
&%am a- Ai q iz &sew tillA i
From Tampa to Jacksonville in six-
teen hours and forty minutes in an
automobile is the record to date for
the 225 miles. This was made by Dr.
H. C. Turner of Jacksonville. who
had offices in the Masonic Temple of
the Gateway City about a year ago.
Dr. Turner drove a Buick No. 10.
which covered the ground like "going
down hill." doing an average of over
thirteen miles an hour.
The route was from Tamoa. via
Plant City. Dade City. Wildwood, Bel-
leview, Ocala. Micanopy. Gainesville.
Waldo. Starke, Kingsley. Peoria, You-
kon and Jacksonville.
Dr. Turner is enthusiastic for a well
defined and practical route between
the two cities, and believes that with
such a course marked out, and with it
bridged, stumps cut out and made as
safe as a pine woods road can be
made. that one could leave Jackson-
ville at C o'clock in the morning and
arrive at Tampa between 4 and C
o'clock in the evening.
He further believes that with coun-
ty Interest, strawing roads, and mak-
Ing other temporary Improvements.,
the trip can be made easily In ten
hours. This would necessitate an av-
erage of ten miles an hour on sandy
roads and twenty-five to thirty on
hard surfaced roads-which is safe
and sane driving.
Dunnellon. Fla. Sept. 1st. 19lt.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell a customer for it. It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 0 day's treatment in each
Did You Ever
WOUL Did y" ow try it I
To4ky you camd ae
te 4" pa Basp Intq a queat of
milfrndsie sit-bhoteady aothig
ese to do--ad you hav two quart.
of deieios ice esem at a coit ot
aboatom seat a dis.
2 -a fewS amoksamSses
mUsated Recipe Book Frm.
It mehe rFe Fl iCe It ,PXT.
CHARLES D. HULBERT, 1. D.
ROMDOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
OIce-Second Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building. Ocala.
relephones-Oflce, 222; Residence.
Oice Hours--9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.: 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
F. E. McCLANE
General Practile Call. Made Premptly
Nig;,t or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
mase of Women and Children
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 33;.
esldence, No. 33
W. C. BLAICHARD
CONTRACTOR A BUILDER
P. O. Box 4L. OCAA, F'LA.
Hopes Ito the Lbte, cf the Ocals
Offers t-e very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Electric
tans, electric massages.
aRe Runmang water at An Tine
VINCENT C. D*TE' "H. igMaaer
C. J. PHILLIPS
Co-1fcr nmd BBulder.
Seven Hundred and Fifty Children in
Orphanage When Fire Was
New York. Sept 1.-Seven children
lost their lives when the Catholic
home. St. MalactL an Institution for
orphans. was destroyed by ire last
It was not known until this morn-
Ing that any lives had been lost. The
firemen were at work In the ruins
subduing the last vestiges of flames.
when the charred arm of a child was
found sticking out from beneath a
segment of the collapsed walls. The
body was uncovered and six other
bodles were found close by.
There were 750 children in the In-
stitution, but there was little disorder
when the fire broke out. They had
been drilled for such emergencies and
fell intb line promptly and we"e
marched out The absence of the se"
en little ones. all of whom were under
five years of age and members of the
infant department, was not noticed.
It is feared that other children may
have been lost in the fire and the
search for bodies will be continued.
THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
was seen In the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams.
of Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fled all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his
mother. "seven bottles of Electric Bit.
ters completely cured him." For erup-
tions, eczema, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only 50e.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
RED CROSS TO TAKI HOLD
Of Relief Work in Stricken City of
Citv of Mexico. Sept 1.-The revis-
ed estimates of the dead from the re-
cent flood at Monterey places the fig-
ures close to 1.500. Each day adds to
the estimate of the property loss.
which is now believed to be some-
thing like $20.000.000.
Relief work is foremost in the ef-
forts of those who have the situation
in charge here now. The government
has wired $30.000 to be used for im-
mediate relief work. and this has been
supplemented by many private contri-
butions, some of them amounting to
A Washington dispatch states that
the American Red Cross society has
taken up the matter of sending relief
supplies and money to the Monterey
sufferers and has applied to the Unit-
ed States government for aid.
TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
C'arllsle Center, N. Y.. 0. B. Burhana.
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." PFley'a Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
by all druggists.
GOMPERS SAT UPON
International Trades Unions Refuse to
Accept His Ideas
Paris. Sept. 1.-The controversy be-
tween the International trade unions
in session here and Samuel Gompers
gained added Interest yesterday when
the conference voted to discuss only
provisions submitted by organizations
affiliated with the conference. This
shuts out Gompers' proposition and
the American will not lbe able to take
a further active part In the proceed-
TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. You can't
have good health If your liver Is not
doing Its duty-slow but sure polson-
Ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Herblne
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. Sold by all druggists.
ONE KILLED, TEN INJURED
St. Paul. Sept. I.-Engineer W. D.
White was killed and ten other per-
sons injured, six of them seriously, as
the result of a train wreck which oc-
curred late last night on the Northern
Pacific railroad near Detroit.
IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All thought Pd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis.. "Ten
years of ecsema, that 16 doctors could
not cure. had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arneia Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
SHOCK LASTED 19 MINUTES
Cleveland. 0., Sept. 1I-An earth-
quake shock of nineteen minutes'
duration was recorded on the seismoe-
graph at St. Ignatius college beginn-
ing at 6:08 o'clock yesterday morning.
It is believed the disturbance was
somewhere on the American continent
On Thwsday. Se
of the woribS at
la our Bank. The
Mtebe 29 1% bw M aUV
AU are mavmies. The boars between sant 5 p. a. W be hag r a- -
to ladies who may wish to see the woaktnes of the jsatema
The sensation In motor ca r
1*361ST m 3STTEI IN
Um s$32w er Sayml 11""'. Amdm U
Iso" I %*smf -we
Givisit aTiim mmd-6 Coo hwm
Th.s Sol% Frime25 "A n1$IA
no need to say anything for this ca.
Write T. & ABERNrfHY,
r -q- ln, Florida.
KF EdM i& NauAt
CARRIES A LARGE
ISUSE FUENISNIIGIUS ALL.in
fthe esfy liin us"Cei bd"a i Ca.
m w M m6 E ft Nowarreasa nowuIN
SI@ som SMr9lam" 0 UISwftbaimI8
whi ;;hipS WAM
Abe twrits a Compaiime drs Buildersnd SIM
-_-mniwrho P -. sWapm Bo~u m m A 'W
Led ow ow Sbd ad ed wen Piem 1*'ein'
woke yew rb~e.TONS ue.
V W*" -' 'f ~'1~ ~%K~J"W* ~
p.. 4~' '--I'
.rednees and Its habit of winkROng THEd0 A A ATOANe M CM
blinking like a Pittsbmrwg irt-nighe. -- Mr. M" W. Waits letT e
t. mU. i L There have been several angstlon Quite a good crowd turned out yes. Tuesday afternoon to be present at the
for attracting the attention of Mars terday to witness the second game marriage of their niece, Miss Ru l
S. Mbem a"d P-Me8M. while passing. the best of which is with Sanford. Walker was In the box Waits, to Mr. Barnett Hatcher atof L
-m-- that everybody upon our own earth for Ocala and Keith for the visitors. Hawthorne, which happy event wil be
6. L 1$1O6R, dSpe say Booh! at the same time; but Mr. Up to the third Inalag the game was olemaised at 6 o'clock this monQig
Harriman says that If anybody In this promising neither side scoring and Immediately following th, crrem my1
I. CA OL insiBeai Manager country says booh! again Just at this both teams playing great ball. In the Mr. and Mrs. Catcher will boamd the .
time prosperity never will come back; third inning after two were out, the Oeala-Jacksonvile train over the At-
so w*, at least, are not participating, locals made two runs. ohe two Donald- iantic Coast Line for a honeym Ai
FOR CAST no matter if the rest of the world does sons crossing the place on three bits. trip to points in Virginia. Washing- -
p SEPTEMl ER do t. Pour more runs were sred toIn the ton and other states. Mr. and Mrs.
h .-. --T re September moon. which is said fifth and one in the eighth. Sanford Waits made the trip to Orange Lake Our Mrs. craft ba bnaght r
Bt k by C. H. LReth) to be the only one under which sany- squeezed in one ran la the seventh in- in their automoblle.--Gaiesville 3l. fall mnllaery a- the -w sueS e an. a
__ one ever committed bigamy, will be ning when Vibbert singled to left and petty line r -*at a"*d ..sse ft*
Wtever that full on the 29th. and the signs of the stole second taking third on White's HEALTH AND VITALITY shape Also all styles and ar.... r
G tt prodcal Zodiac for the month will be Virgo out and crossing the plate after being Cosmetics and loti s will not clearOur sape Also af stylM Sab g -a -
P-le ity until the 22d. and thereafter Libra. caught off third, executing a very pyour opexion .. ak -m mlb times boughon t mrly AmSe
Coumeies that home People born under the influence of pretty piece of base running. .. ches lke eyseO IS a the evt er shown here. Ale the
a some atractions Virgo are persistent and can get a Walker pitched a great game for ive or digestle. Stomach d i .- Velvets and a fori n
Over hoas lower birth after the man says there Innings. after which Dodge was put In trouble and habitual c t a kinds. u. HaYcraft spent three weks
ad cdein are none left, but Libra people are the box. Walker allowed only one hit C leanses the system and at Ing te styles an t pemakingt three wcte
wworetoro well balanced, and can sleep in an and fielded his position beautifully. tleake. old by all d isLrt to the tye and makhat the eleet
..A^ W hs1 faee uppper. assisting in three putouts and. when ag we have this fall Just what the peo
S the place On the 22d the sn wi cross the a scatch hit was fumbled by Collins on A CHOICE SMOKE appreciate. Come in and e the ew g
a mbir he 9wst saw equator for a touchdown, and the In- first, Walker beat the runner to first,
. lt f da. created tariff on clothing will kick the pitcked up the ball and nabbed him. The Court Pharmaey has reeelved a
Asd where the lamp autumn equinox. This will give the He is undoubtedly the best pitcher thousand Import Havanas. a genuine
Ba faithfully ball to the wolf on our frontyard line. that has ever played with the local Havana factory smoker. The smoker v
Pee bmning space And then October will return team. is a long slender cigar and one of the
With gossamery sky. Jones, playing first fbr the visitors, sweetest five cent smokers in taste and
eras we And in the soft autumnal hush made a neat catch when he ran out aroma that has ever been brought to -
.01 m .The pumpkin vine will pie. and gathered in a foul among the au- this market. Try a box of them.
HS io--us' are tomobiles and Carter in center dupli- DAVID 8. WOOORO
The worse for dos HOW'S THIS cated the feat when he reached up When the stomach fails to per-
-And he wIud eat We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- and gathered in with one hand Walk- form its funUction, the bowels become
His breakfasts" ward for any case of catarrh that can- er's line drive that would have been deranged, the liver and the kides-
With better company not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. good for two sacks. The local team congested, causing numerous aes. AibiH i I eam..
2'%h*a1 P. J. Cheney & Co, played errorless ball and their error The stomach and liver must he re- W W u
A^n-Analy .Toledo. 0. column was full of ciphers, stored to healthy condition and Cham-i w 1
umb p his mind We. the undersigned. have known Today's game will close the Sanford berlin's Stomach and Liver Tablets
I ,,,havingad F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,. and series and the home team is going to can be depended upon to do ILt sy OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK.
I wo fst believe him perfectly honorable in all make it three straights If possible. to take and mot ffetive.CRUSHED STON CEMENT, LAKE W
STAWS tma business transactions and financially Tomorrow afternoon Gainesville will CRUSEO STONE, EMENT, LAKE W
t 0_ a I -4able to carry out any obligations made be here 400 strong with the best team The hum of machinery attracted our ,
A" sabas by his Arm. that they can get together .and you ear this morning which we found runn- We have a stone crusher at work t
And tht sort of thing- Walding. Kinnan & Marvin. will miss the best game of the year If ing at George Giles & Company's fac- ands of Cement Work, B.flid Foundatk
Whenever he feels Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0. you don't go. tory and Inquiry disclosed the fact that Brck, Build Sidewalks. Artificial Stone
,bale to Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern- the firm had purchased five bales of Blocks for Poundations for house work.
The humble pie ally, acting upon the blood and mu- new cotton, which was Being ginned. are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher .o
And kicdly ehff, cous surfaces of the system. Testi- The crop this season will be short. The FMudy.
By thunder monlals sent free. Price 75c per bot- opening price is four and five cents a _
We wiH wager him tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs pound, owing to condition and quality. -.......
We ever saw Family Pills for constlpation.M
r A tatter talf people delude themselves by
Or one to Sheriff Coleman of Sumter county. sy ing. "It will wear away." when
Better purpoV fed was roughly treated by a prisoner last they notice symptoms of kidney and
STh we've got week whom he brought from Tampa -r .; bladder trouble. This Is a mistake. i i 1
Out behind the bshed. and was wanted for issuing forged Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and
... checks at Wildwood. The sheriff DON'T NEED GLASSES stop the drain on the vitality. It tures ..
Ti emld Rwmas tried to make Sep- treated him as a trusty, simply con- Many people do not need glasses but backache" rulea tlsm, kidne y trande T E
tember the seventh month, as Its name fining him in a room. The day he most people do. bladder trouble and makes every trace
date@sM. but this brought Labor Day took the man to Wildwood. the pris- You may be one of the majority. of pai, weak.es and urinarytrouble Loft -- ---d IMIM
around at a season when Capital was owner took advantage of the sheriff, There are two ways o flanding ot. disappear. Sold by all druggists.
at the seashore and could not be Im- knocked him down. choked him, took One-await for time and disease to:
pressed by the parade, and it was sub- his pistol from him and left for parts drive you to It. i
sequently made the ninth month. Do- unknown. The escaped prisoned went Two--Consult us about it I ..
alVan. the tyrant was Imong those under the name of Bailey and several We Can Tell You whether or not you!
who eomplalmed of the misnomer, and aliases. He is wanted at several nd them. DR. D. M. BONRKY E
he gave it his own royal name of Ger- places for forging checks. Sheriff Eyesight Specialist,
m ,bm bet as s00n as he was In Coleman offers $25 reward for his ap- Oeala .
At" the reigning emperor, Bigbillius. prehension, and Wildwood adds $10 Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
eS nthe pely nad restored to the to this. to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
Bli arI namsse to the 'calendar oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary bleek. I
remlal~n to us as It was in the be- Teething children have more or less and have a little heart-toeart talk with him.
ginnig diarrhoea, which can be controlled by li. .>. it c alPk :Ui oiiA* nSlBBBBB
Th curtaa will rise cautiously, dis- giving Chamberlain's Colicnt Cholera INDIAN BALL TEAM COMING If he is the right kind be will be glad when
coverg a school house In the fore- and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that la .you tell him to use
greaum and a small boy in open-seat necessary is to give the prescribed The Indian ba ball team which is
pa1at concealed In the tall grass at the dose after each operation of the bow- making a tour of the state, will play
let. Mr. Taft will be pounding his els more than natural and then castor this city two games, afternoon and
a Kunhon the right, and Mr. oil to cleanse the system. It is safe evening of the 14th. The evening
r. a r will alter- and sure. game is their great stunt. It is play-
S eac other across the ed by brilj ant torch light and always,
stage at the rear. In the remote back D. S. Williams, the energetic secre- draws an Immense crowd. The team (Dr)
ground a group of footbaU players tary of the Marion County Fair, Is in i composed of full-blooded Indians d od aint
will be putting In fall hair, and far- the city today distributing the premi- and Is a splendid nine..
mers will be passing to town with um list of this fair. which takes place knows that -e can do better woa with our
their erops along the extreme right In Ocala November 24th. 25th and 26th. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
sMde o the stage and returning in Last year this fair was.a great suc- Tablets gently stimulate the liver and: /S&s itateS.
automobiles on the left. After the cess. It paid all its bills and had bowels to expel poisonous matter,'
preliminary pantomime, In which the money left over. People who went cleanse the system, cure constipation o l
teacher will dash out of the school to it where surprised at what they and sick headache. 1 JJ .e J pn fr
houIae and catch the boy. Mr. Taft lay saw. Mr. Williams expects the fair -ro
ether ear on the anvil, and several this year to be over twice the size it Mr. Edwin Spencer who has been!
pal over, the coasumer was last year.-Metropolis, 1st. representing the John B. Stetson Uni NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
eat rt sId"sl I"sten to a The last number of the Florida from Lake City and went down toe
--- Health Notes, the official bulletin of Leesburg. He said Ocala would be rep-
And the the big show will 'begin, the State Board of Health. Is a special resented at Stetson this year by Miss -.
an aMM le will scoot, the quail glanders number and contains a very Lucile Moore and Mr Walter LiddelL ______________ ________ ________________
wfIl do a trial trill upon his magic flute, Interesting and Instructive history of recent Ocala High School graduates,
the sat wil hoist his tall aloft and this disease among horses. The nMm- while others expected to go were Jim-'
hJu fr ill to hill, the dread mos. ber should be of special interest to the mie Whitesides., Dr. Mill boy and
itte will confess and fall upon his people of Ocala who own horses be- girl and Charley Fishel.
bl, the birds will call the moving cause of the prevalence of the disease
va, to waclimates bound, and in our midst several months ago. -There is no game law against any ST. JOSE PH S AC DiI
Uth t will fall and raise a h n tini f P CHILL
Welt ease the W We are showing the best 25c. box onf .e..... .g PLANK'e CHIL.
Writing paper that we have ever had, TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-. IOR-TTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORWDA.
It i a very pleasant thing and if you want the entire value of larla. chills and fever. Price 25 cents ...... '
To thlnt upon the Fan your quarter, don't fall to buy this from per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll' Boarding School ftr Boys Conducted by the Sisters of St.L Joseph. Young
And what a mort probably t Postoffle Drugstore. probably know. Bo trom 8 to 14 years Rteceived. Carefully Trained along Physical. Intel-
It whl be to us all t olectual, Moral and Socal ues,. Healthy Location. Magnificent Swimming
To think upon the dcider press, Mr. R. IU Mathews of Stanley, Ga., W. C. Maxwell, the genial proprietor Pool, Complete Equipment ijn Schoolrooms. Dormitories. Dining Hall and
__I pi -- turning gold. is visiting his uncle here. Mr. R. L of the Florida House. Is home from a -'R"reto Ron
"N lsA pias basel nuts. Park. visit to Baltimore and Washington. At! Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
Neo eatethig cold, ----- - --- .--- the former place he went to Colchester
sA YtSCi e ge 7%hAt eA 4W a a l lo a6109"d i Beach, the great summer resort for the St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida
*? 10 1% the air. at w ame a t heems is people of that city and he can't get
Ad Naturetorg UP the cene, ladicinal virtues is abundantly attested through talking about the magnificent FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH
With color here and there. by scar of the most eminaeat medical hat government buildings at Washington.
writers and teachers. Even the unatuWhat esecially pleased Mr. Maxwell
A n whO cannot fail upon his lyre tor. Indians had discoveaed the useful was the government printing establish-
a It ea enoluh to make a ne of many native plants before se ment with its 1.400 employee. He en-
Swth Autumn for his theme, advent of the white rue. This Informa- Joyed his visit very much.
cannot ke bis hands awav and. tiou, imparted freely to the white, Mled I I I W I
pId It with his soe, or even stand the latter to continue Ivestigatlom until Bathing caps Just received at the
upn his huad and pick It with his to-day we have a rich aseortmat of mt Court Pharmacy. i
t until the din ef falling nuts is raluabie Ameria mlamedl al ____
pseorin aoeAd, and the hunter's d -
UWS fI In the sky. and all the hills D r. innsi- h- -- t- Amits #W.
we "art" "rYond..arIcnte a a m-Have Yo ur Lawn Mower Sharpen(
SaN of migrants tool .og by against ; Latest M ethodis
the arebh f space-s man whose soul o o 8o victlom be AA
g1 Ag where their do not have an au-
ie-tiAe at alL., We have us Bmmt receive
seweers, e n be as Ito may. the bull-t W kMd We have jut received
tag's sad adleus will rumble briefly M imLw M e
emt Ihe tilts and burrows In the ooze, ML.ewn Mower Grinders,
the afte a will return the folks they and hared to a cstv atn h
fmod 690 sp to smash. the pooragfIcte M dcOW etbe for the purpose of grind
ckroach will lay his head beneath aertiom s cIs ty shows i a lite h -do.,-' th wr pere
the WiNW sash, the drys will put the o .eta the"stadd 9md @ wIcaln doeoo the work perfectly.,
blwar on and march against the dra- l aised uaaf 4 MtoMa n iss1 e Dr. y o w
,and ai ew more sections of the 15o1 f faI T. toa m a your patronage, we guar
map win board the water wagon.
...._.. Mower in better condition
wT 9 nree test for railroadsc a t I@ eoae askingTau eP o i Mh it. It will be sharp, and
o Met T ft W Mset out upon his m s DL old style way, which is
l33O-mile trtp to Mexico. the Pacific ewoo lyast"N" BR
S and ntterMeInte points. This lb-i- -orma it
date Jm hstoy wiln o be the 52d &ated wbe"recedworkman with a,
anlssary of the president's birth. i m
be1t b will not open anything very
eouetand tre wfIl be no bear hunters [at sW v Y ,ia
1pre10t. In the course of his travels -. tiN d- t s oo me yew
Mr. aTft wil test the stability and + tme to kg we n n o1
StRnthC oC 67.433 brldgre and _.o
ttles, and the rotundity of Both above metione m
to.. mI3#. $"n douse madep me as nc. _I. its exCu V C me .. .so
00b wBl be the ether exhibit of the v!"Dr- Pea sadtheiam carred vb
lp ac w.o i
p~~2 *. .r.^pl
EIR SAN|, ^iin~
In Ocala. d"a arp
whckb look better
Mn Rolked t
n t 'A.'di
1 m: AN jfct
ed by the Very
d one of the famous Idi
a machine especially
ling Lawn MoweS, whisa
If you will favor Us with
-ntee to give yon back the
n than the day you
stay sharp longer tha
usually done by iU4
file or an eaery whmL
y 8 will a
-' U~A UVEWUNW WTRU~ W~WW. WV
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ISAAC HA*UGR6E& SONSl
1"NxOax& Hmwuvxx &Ms
2, .i ar: We beg leave to notify you that on August 11 1ad Septemer
will give an Opening Display of
FINE MERCHANT TAILORING
at the place of
RHEINAUER & -CO, OCALA, FLA.
- tl that our Expert Cutter and Oitter will be on heB4ad to take asures for
orders. L ,.
The reputation we bear for turning out work of the highest order at
S elooautely moderate price s lso well and widely established that you should
*sat hesitate to be here n one of the above mentloed dates and
SIEAVIC YOUR ORDERS
"'. WO Will ee the largest and most complete lloe ever shown and take no
6 wWhat"f r-P.IT GUARANTEED.
1$ trust that You will come In early and your looking through .te lime
1,ace y u uder no obligation whatever to buy.
Your vely truly,
ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS.
My line of elegant new Fall Millinery,
embracing Hats, both trimmed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings ot all kinds, Rib.
bonds, Flowers, Feathers, Veiling. and
ornament* is coming in every day.
Formal annonnomwent of the opening
of the new fall goods will be made in a
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Next to Munroe & Chamblius Bank
inm ....o aff f ii~ n r
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
. A ve-passenger automobile, two-
eyillir. chain drive. In first-class
eitiorn ana everything complete, for
ale eboep for cash. Apply to C. .E
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN
OPENING ATTRACTIONS IN
I THE THEATRICAL
The opening attraction for the sea-
son in the armory theater will be on
the 16th. 17th and 18th of this month,
a rattling good comedy comapay. PFl-
lowing this. both for the armory thea-
ter and the new opera house as soon
as Completed. Manager Sylvester ba a
number of fine attractions for Ocala
CORD WOOD FOR SALE
I wiU sell 400 to S54 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
$1.50 a cord at deli t. Address C. E.
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla.
Mrs. D. E. Melver and little daugh-
ter, Prances and son. McPhall and
Mr. Fred Meftert came up today from
FOR SALE-Haarvard piano,
new; $125 easy terms. A. M.
ford. phone 329. Orala.
Qr eae by ar mew process Is fros-
- sat a temperature of eight to ten
rsa above uro, Is as clear as crys-
tal Mad as pure as %aa be made. We
guarantee A to last longer.
BUY m THE' SLUE
w ele Enide Siecis
ogior. fa m 'ae**
lbtd*dkm CNNmil kh
sidml & IACL&1
The King's Daughters will meet to-
nwrrow morning at the Methodnit
church at 10 o'dlock. A f ll attend-
ance is desired.
Party wishes to buy a six or seven
room house east of railroad In Ocala
caub tranasetion. Apply to Star office
Capt. J. B. Martin. the naval store
operator, came up from Oklawaha to-
day and left for Jacksemville on thi
Dr. Spooner of Stanton was In towi
yesterday and said he would bold
stiff hand this season in the landlln
of the orange crop.
Look over our line t toilet prep
arations. 'We are quite proud of th
fine stock Pertumes. powders ai
soaps of the Saer grades. Tydings 1
R. C. Myers, who makes his head
quarters in Ocala. but recently bough
a farm at Cornell. went down yester-
day to inspect same.
Mr. P. 0. Spawn. representing th
American Book Co.. with heaAdqarter
at Atlanta. was In town today Inter-
viewing Supt. J. H. Brinson.
The prescription epaftmeat is th
main stay of any drulgge. Aceuraei
reliability, promptness and pure drug
have made this department of ou
business one of the largest in th
country. Send us your oreseriptioui
Tydings *t Co.
Mr. Samuel A. Swann. one of th
noted and successful business men o
Fernandina. died in New York las
week and his remains were brought t
Pernandina. for which city he ha
done so much. His death caused uni
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W Ml s WaI me s o- nw a3far
KXU Mia~ Infornaon -- ^"
S-' 1Mr. Charlest Dayton Harrang e( -f
ePst Tampa. were married at 6 in'tsck
Eagles meet this evealg. thi morningat the home of the be de
Slater, Mrs. J. P. Hlamn. wife M t
Masons meet tomorrow night. pisMert atf So there College q
oBuy Cream Flour. true ~* Rsie avH. mlbuern oleges.. *T -
FlUng cases at the Ocala News Co. were present Mr. Oscar HiMu. MU be
w a Gingr at a s to its name. You pay Margaret Peace. Mrs. Hilbuan U Mr .C
Wakes Ginger Ale at Baards. W. Martin and daughters. Mrs. W. H.
Miss Mary Landers, i. o the ick nO More for it than other Wilson and Miss Gladys Martin and l i
Miss Mary Landrs is on th sick several friends of the family from N.
Mrt High grade Flour. Ev- Sutherland .m
The young couple took the morning
o "u.nz.. ps cas at t ry pound of it guaran- train immediately after the ceremony
Ocala Houe. for Micanopy and while the train wasmm M aM
Mr. Mar.us Lanner of Port ngs teed to be the best that waiting at the depot in Ocala during.
the dinner hour a good many Ocala
is at the Ocala House. can be made from ft people went Into the eaair ar to corn- V i 'r ,4*
gratulate them and wish them Joy. At
Mr. E. W Frazee of Dade City Is a witer w heat Old E anopy Mr. and r Hari At AtS
5canopywinter wheMt. r.d e- M y r and Mr Harrington
guest of the Montezuma. wil visit two weeks at Miss Peoe's
Rev. Prison and boy of Fellowship. clusively by former home and will then sped a *
are on our streets toay. week in Tampa among 'triends, when ,
Mare o ho r streets today. TMr. Harrington will return to s fi
ship and Mrs. Harrington will remain ,
'S or I des O will care any ca in Tamp where they will board for
of Cbllb and FPever. Price Sc.
Mr. P. 0. Spires of Atlanta is a A Mr Harrto is secd mate of T
r. . pires o Atlna s a the Steamship Olivette of the P. & 0.
guest of the Montezuma. Ste lship Lile plying between Port
Mr. and Mrs. Den Raysor of Lowell. T"Ap, and Havana. He is a well in-
were in town today shopping. -- -mel w-ethseanly young as, stand. D- w ih a
I well with his employers and is a
Call and see the new books at the POINTER DOG FOR SALE .great favorite among the otfwers ,ud .
the Ocala O- wa Co. A well reww of the Olivette. He is not aun-
A well trained, thoroughly broje, known in Ocala. where he has paid
Mr. W. H. Shackleford of Stoke's pointer dog. for sale. cheap. Apply at many visits to Miss Peace during their .
Perry. was In town yesterday. S6 West Broadway. Oeala. Fla. courtship and has made a number of .... .
warm friends here. Messrs. J. w. .
Rose-VIolet Talcum, 25e. the bottle, LOOSE LEAP LED I AND LLS Mrs. Harrington is a sister of Mr Elbert Mi T. As
at the Postoffice Drugstore. J. P. Hlburn. former y of Ocala and and J. I0 k D"WM, /
Let the Star office print and perfor- Miss Margaret Peace of this city. She business ealMMl ..
Mr. D. R. Mixson of the Fairfield ate your loose leaf sheets for your in- Is an attractive and unusually bright Baskins l
section came down yesterday. voice ledgers and bill head systems. young lady and numbers her friends- range rove ai :I
We are prepared to do the work. in Ocala by the score. She was for a them In Abe com-eail i" ma" Z
5 or 6 doses s' will cure any case long time with the Ocala News Co. and with fruit.
of chills and fever. Price, 25e. HOME FOR SALE there are a great many here who will .- -a
regret that her fortune has taken her Mr W. V. A .
Have you seen the picture pule endidly located reside away from our city. The Btar. wihes Hore & c- -pompa '- ---m l 'q *
post cards at the OcalaNews Co? fbest stree at low rice and em vry easy Mr. and Mrs. Harrington a long life at Umatlla5 was i lna i*"-
t car at th O a ws Co? for sae at low price and easy of happen and prosperity. tle Brick City yat40ar o ,a-tad*.
There were 34 arrival. at the Mon- terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto. city. Miss Margaret Peace who has been He said the price tC I. a I
tesuma yesterday and last night. off on her vacation at Tampa and galloMn is mak"ing*t a .i
We have a most exqulsiteaine atSutherland, came up today with the good. ,
fancy imported china In many dif- couple, stopping off in Ocala. -
C. Davis a o or Jacksonville fertnt pieces. Tbhe ABU-Monopoly!, -- M.M UUile was
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c. Drugstore.
eass $ p n. Drug[ e stopet. *NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILISTS smile. tor Ms. tS
ec;70pedznren rtq o"
We 'are requested to ask automobile. summer outing at
J. M. Welsh, the Holder liveryman, drivers in passing over Oklawaha av- real home life a
dined at the Montexuma today. enue and Pox Lane to refrain from reign in the cosy
blowing their horns as much as poss!
Do not forget that you can find any. ble on account of several sick people Miss Alt Peag k _kiW.4 i 1 1'.j
thing you want in crockery and glass- whom it disturbs. orTroy, Ala,
ware at the Ocala News Co. Th WI in Bi i a short time and l
Mr. Tom Pritchett of Candler came i LOST OR MISPLACED to (ing of l.1 =,
up today to look after business mat- n WA package containing a par of blue will attend th i
Stera. IUlls sk Ierge trousers. Finder will be reward.-
I. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. ed by returning s was mnm tikrI W : "'
will sell any make of secopd-hand AM IT 0 i >. e Rev. Martin of .
typewriter, upon easy tdesired.Mr. Tom itner of Anthony, e M rtn
t w e p sy r ieeicompanied by his wife went down to ceremony at
Lake Weir yesterday afternoon to add The best wishs .b e .... "
Marshal Thomaq of Dunnellon waa two more rooms to Mr. Barney gpenc- tended to the newly we qS
a business caller in the city yester- er's home. Mr. Leltner was accompa- l h1 hsj
day. 'tnied by histPon. John. who will aMssst Drt ard wh "Ii -lII '"g
3c. Largest size Blue and White Bpoll- him. recently oad oWs 'itn
Are you troubled with dandruff? ers Q............... ......43c taken seriously Il. laes rotaM ftUl
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic, hs enforced rest& va s1Ui1 1 1 i"
at the Court Pharmacy. 53c. Smaller size Blue and White tre -.thly restored
Boilers @.................... e A I A health. .. *' '
Mr. J. Putnam of Orlando Is among 43e. Next Smallest Blue and White Aih O I A
yesterday's arrivals at the Montezuma Boilers e ....... ............331 Geor 1e 1aO ld 8 tt11O l bMU 40'
hotel. Shell Island tomeorrw to st tV
40c. Medium Blue and White Dish- I ly of CoL and Mrs. I" -
Phone 'the Court Pharmacy. We ,pan @............... ... ....34 a week or two. ,
send for, fill and delLver your pre- 2 and 35c Coffee and Teapots (gray) I m2 th ,2 .. "
scriptions promptly. .--... ... ... ... ... ... .. .15o llt o W9R U,
p, ,= ** .* .* '.Sn.
Mr. John Priest of Anthony was 25c. Porcelain Salt Boxes n ......l GOODWIN DUNQAWW 1
among last night's arrivals at the 25c. Gray Enameled Basin &....17 i R. J. Horne, of the Ludden & Bates ed; mode b M
c.Monteuma.ray Milk Pans ...... ... music house, went to Jacksonville to- acetylene gas, $1W-. lir '
Iday to interview his firm. He is meet- ARG 2 COUTTAGk-0 il
eFOR RNT-House on Fort.King 25c. Gray Boiler. Wire Handle O..lsi lig with success in the sale ot pianos, running wate.. R per FOk- ,
Miller. Apply to J. P Philllps. 25c. Boilers. Enameled Handle ..1k Three cents wm fan you r ten 1. for the winter; fuglnd4 i!
,S49c. Double Gray Rice Bollers 0..34c hours. Get one of those s-lnch Wes- water: modern plumbhirmg -
Mr. J. G. Ferguson. who spent a n .. r. r T r. ss. er on.
week with his folks at Daytona,, re- 15c. Gray Enameled Pans -......10* lnghous. rans from H. W. Tuckor. gas. p25 r P on We in, r A'
turned home yesterday. 25c. Gray Enameled Buckets ....13c Mr. W. C. Dunn, who was called to Holier B k. OmN '.
There were two caes. in the mayor's Large Blue and White Roasters 9 .th. ...i un haswtn READY FOR t dAe d o hi
court this morning and both netted 15c. Gray Enameled Boilers ....10 to friends in Oeala that Mr. Dunn is We wish to anawrte to tR ER ,
the city $20 and costs.c.sofends i ct t h M D that we are now gesiy to -
44c. Fine Blue Enameled Bal ..2 somewhatt better. at we a re for t
Have you seen the new visble PFy. c0. Blue Boilers. Wire Handle 9..3b POR RENT-A large pasture close town. Our stable .ha .hs
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co, "On. Apply at this oftee worked over and ta e h eas rea 1
general agents. 35c Medium Boiler, Round Handle App at ti of .alco v andutho e e .
r. J. nase daMiss Berenice Marks of Jacksonville than compiled with. We aveh ,
Mr. J. T. Lancaster and daughter. THIS 18 THE PLACE TO visiting her brother and sister. Mr. fected every part o' tee.
p i n from Stantn L c FURNISH YOUR KITCHEN. land Mrs. Harry Lapham for a few ing over it twice in a t r..g m
up today rom anton. days at their home on southh Third ner, when the law is 'o
If the glare of the sun hurts your __ streeaL ls wood and brick rt w
t eyem, get a afor ir .Thf smoked glasses Mr. D. 8. Williams, secretary of the the entire interior. Our ms in Ow m
Sus for 2Oa. The Postoffce Fair Association. returned last the safest blae +a(e 1 I -.
store. I PS K W AN night from Jacksonville. where he has bring your "or -y: ,
S I. o .. d o *. been attending to business for the as- Respectfully. Tompkis. A
; Woodmar yesterday afternoon to visit CsociatHOLAIRSHIP F A
-- Miss Annie Blair Woodrow. The Star's suggestion about a great
9 Mr. G. G. Maynard, the Rock Springs public meeting to auction off the seats A $40 scholarshMp 1p b0te u ise a
- turpentine and lumber man was -a In the new opera house for Its open- B siness College. el' o Ms
e curtinte andt umbsterma. waUTing night was received with great for sale for $10. App I 1t
Smaller in the cty yesterday. HOUSE FOR RENT favor office.
The A. R. Toph residence near the
S Bear n mind we carry a full line of heights on South Third street Good, Mr. Kirby Oriner. who represents PIANO TUNING
n Staffords and Carter's inks: also roomy house, large lot. stables, etc. the big music house of Ludden & Ten years expeime. S -'0,.4
a fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala Apply to P. W. Ditto or Guy Toph 'it Bates, of Savannah and Jacksonville. any muase teachers. ol t nAM
9 News Company. Montezuma. was in town yesterday. He reported music house in Jae l F|
Dr. S. T. Carswell is out trying to Acctrade good. 221 A- X Lias t dRy. S 4
Ioot after h rsm p ts shoult "" t Accuracy a characteristle, Is the -r-
Siooni after bis patients, but it s a very motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-, Dr. Taylor. of the Court Pharmacy,
d painful distressing effort scription department Phone us. We who has been spending a few days A
S have a late model No. s Under- send for. fl and deliver yaor pre- with his brother, the naval stores op- ilM -
wood typewriter, ,which ha I la criptionis PromiP. erator at Lake Weir station, returned
used over ninety days. and will sell today on the freight. fe giik ayt other -_il la lhk-l
- for $0W cash. or on terms. Felix H.. i
t Sisk, Ocala House. Mr. Dedge of Gainesvil e, district
manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Mis. T. J. meftvq
Messrs. McPhaill Mclver. Roy Gallo- I compa, is a guest of the Montezumae Ite, writes: "FM, ii
way and Weller Carmichael will leave, IH l I m ll I: I HoteL bhaing come up from Oklawaha s d for year free m 1al a i -. &I
e tomorrow for Nashville to enter col- ,U where he spent the night. a a ap f BE
Slege. The Star regrets to hear of the ill.- in wit Msri. Afr
chant. made Ocala a business call desp nsible machinist at the Ocala liksamw wamma." "PelAmlawll"4
e Tuesday and reportql business pick- B Gas Engine Works. We hope to s-1 M4 Aa-l athlngk.t. .. ,. "- *
r. Ing up. him around again in a few days. CAthAUS ne A s= f t
r Mr. 0. P. Gammage. Misses Maud You can i er y Policeman Culbreath attempted to -
e and Zula Gammage of Zuber and Miss serve papers on a white man last .
L Prankle Russell of Inverness were at M AKE M ONFY night, when the latter broke and run _
the Montexuma for dinner 'yesterday. sand the officer fired several shots af- 1
by working for the 0. K. Gro- ter himbut none reached their mark.
S Dr. Abernethy, the great-English b i f
i physician. said: "Watch your kidneys. oery. We have a proposition 1 Mr. P. J. tets ,he tuccs ful "
st When they are affected, life is in dan- young furniture man. will leave next [fLo A MtN O North Mal
o ger." Foley T:idney Remedy makes for you. Boys over 12 years Thursday week for New York and m il
d healthy kidneys. corrects urinary ir- at t Philadelphia. where he will purchase neAr g8 vernm nt
- regularities and tones up the whole Of age c a e furniture for his stores In Ocala. Pen- Reasonable raI by
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oCiionnftw tag tterrito/r.
W- ,uea. m dlm=. Our cstomrs represt t me. amd
. mUS & s omfl o r yar b eo L
TS AND VEGETABLES
Water Bed, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Matkus, Armour's Star HBa, Armour's Pork
a e. Cabbage Rutabagas, Tournip, Beets.
S et atom, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onio
W .* P.
Le aipg Vehicle Dealers
of Central norida
fleds ink S Meled Wapms, hgu Crt
Ed c Ionh m dai .1mm.
nil bye ainia.B -m Sflf Ih kb& 1inoo hn-pa
fl MsSw~ay s dkmSee ye S tvr
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KNIGHT & LANG
1 F ID ONR -E AD PI Y ING COG
M.,.n i a kn -* l -II...
JAME ReHEed to MOOiR Ho e eem A work, MG &n hatee kind.
JAMES R. MOORI- EAD.' I Gf.
OCOLL.INVSC LI J LEGE
n oLORIDAs' OLD EST COLLEGE
OOLLSON ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
F MI ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIALL ARTI, AND
SS1 C li a rd Ben's dormitory now competed: electric
9l ba, Sita am famsaes heat: large faculty: perfect" health condl-
tea; gysmalom, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, golf links;
n*am, __a. awd basketahR teams champions of .Plorida in 19W.
Moerfl a carter of a umllkm dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
e raM avaaMse; Christian but undenominational; stand tor
SA :-: CLTUR :-: Cow l
F am Ph b Wier Park, Fla.
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AS Oatifm Ot the Pist Rank, sup-
yns ate ant Federal Funds,
n leA, MA, Tm. Ma L
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SAM S Ueleuiess: Agriculture:;
t1tlbChrL Sctrical and Me-
he.al LaP .r Cat.alse yLie
A.A. UUUPREE A. M, L L. D.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
A College without a parallel In the
South, offering degrees and diplomas
In the following departments:
L A School of Liberal Arts.
11. A School of Industrial Arts.
II. 'A School of Fine Arts. ;
IV. A School of Expresion.
V. A School for Teacers.
No Tuition. Other Expenses very low.
For Information address!
EDWARD CONRADI, M. A. PH. D0
s saI--m-u-e-i-i-u--- im- i* eisl@ iid,-
i'LL 3. amtUWB
S a 0ALm
ALL KINDS OF
. tab--o'- Oruele Chic as Ed e t E. Prs
m S ad Gel .-d,. Fros and Salt Water F"s. The
ps Plae of a Kied in the* COntry. ReMaedeled sd Right
T-A Virs CoIAe Restabrant in Csonestiea. First Class
So aendI Reasonable Board to We*kly Custeoms
feamp Ino and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
I and Sold.
SmmUra IS.m 2, N.
Rev. M. M. Lord and family are
visiting Mrs. Lord's parents at Monte
Senator Withers made a bslneea
trip to the county seat Monday, re-
turning next day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lamb.after a
pleasant visit of several weeks with
Mrs. Iamb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Jackson, have returned to their
home at Palmetto.
Mr. A. W. Vinson has returned from
Leesburg, where he has been budldIng
a brick chimney for Mr. J. A. Hanson.
Mr. Henry Massey of Rock Hill, S.
C.. a boyhood friend of Senator L N.
Withers, made the latter a pleasant
visit Friday evening. They had not
seen each other since the summer of
1891. The meeting was very much
ehJoyed by both. Mr. Massey repre-
sents the Southern Cotton Oil Co., of
South Carolina and is on a business
trip to Tampa for his company.
Married; August 26, at the residence
of the bride's parents at Higley, Mr.
Willitm Walton of Lady Lake and
Miss Norma Drawdy, ceremony per-
formed by Rev. M. M. Lord. The boys
gave $hem a "charivarr that will long
be remembered. May happiness and
prosperity ever attend them along
llfe's, tempestuous journey.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Byrd went to
Leesburg Saturday tdr visit their
daughter. Mrs. Milton Hooks.
Mr. Jesse- Robinson has returned
Mrs.. J. W. Clore visited her par-
eats at Coleman Saturday and usn-
There were two games of Baseball
on the Lady Lake diamond Saturday.
The first between Lady Lake and
Emerald, result 11 to In favor of
Emeralda; second 'between Lady lake
and Stan(m, result s to 2 In favor of
KMr. W. S. Teague of Ocala came
down Saturday evening to visit his
father and family, returning to Ocala
A BURGLAR IN TOWN
His name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver- but he will
steal you' health away. If he apars
In youth house arrest him at once *w
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It moy
mean consumption if you don't A %tre
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
ble. Price 26c. 6e and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
The rain continues to fall and pre-
vents the farmers harvesting corn and
Messs. Leslie Young. Terry Young
an nk Lnffman have been on the
sick list this week.
J. W. Luffman and son. Ray, leave
the last of the week for Cordele. (al.,
where' Ray will attend school, while
his father will go to Tennessee to
spend a few weeks resting and re-
Frank and Homer Luffman will at-
tend school at Demorest. Ga. this
season, and the Misses Pauline jand
Susie Lambert will attend school at
Mr. Jola* W. Grantham is visiting
his brother. Lawrn.ce. at Tampa. and
taking advantage the health giving
properties of the qfIur springs. We
learn with pleasure! that his health Is
Mr. M. Barton will begin the study
of dentistry at Ocala this week. hav-
ing just returned from school at Dem-
orest College, Ga.
Mr. J. H. Burton has Just returned
from an extended trip through the
southwest. Loulsiana. California, Mex-
ico and Texas.
Services were held for the fist time
Sunday in the new Baptist church and
a large audience listened attentively
to two excellent sermons delivered by
the pastor. Rev. N. B. Plummer of An-
thony. Excellent music was rendered
by Miss May Grantham, organist, the
U-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Lee Grantham. Little Miss May was
a member of Mr s. D. outer's music
class of it08 and her musical talent
and advancement has been marvelous.
She has been organist for the Baptist
church and Sunday school here for
nearly a year. We noticed quite a
number of visiting brethren and
friends from nelrhborinw towns who
"1- ~'-4 -s
Carlton. Mr. and MrN, B. A. Orpatham.
of Pine. J. S. Grant mm and two sons
of Fort McCoy, Mis itnale 'lark df
Oeala, and several others that we an't
call to memory.
We regret to learn that Mra Car L.
Charter will leave moon to teach school
at Tampa and kr husband wil ac-
company her and eaage In business
School will betln here Monday, Sep.
KILL* WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merUles murderer Is appendicitis
with many victim. But Dr. -Kim's
New Life Pills hU It by prevention.
They gently stimulate astomamth, liver
and bowels, preventing that cloggnl
that Invites appendieItIs daring eon-
stiptUon.'biwousness, chills, malaria,
headache and lIndgestion. e at aO
FLORIDA IN SUMMER
Om of our most valued. subserbaers
and leads ia the laddle west, Mr.
ant 2. Rankle, of Gleakoerd Ohio
whom we hoe to welcome la Novem-
bar as a permanent resildt surpeed
the editor tof the Florida Fruit & Truck
Goer by unexpctedly drpp
down" to Ocala the early part o Au-
giuet. We tUdk Mr. Rankt was iMso
a ut e srprsed himtfuet ad aree-
ably is, because be found out for him-
sne that the Florida umm l In
Iewnr ay as deliahtfu "as the ir-,
S =w-t-er. Our fine breaesm fom both
th Atlantie and the Gulf eowr la for
their share of apprecIation. r. Ran-
kia did Just what we whh eve other
prospetive settle wouekd do-qvestl*
M"te for himself, comlag down 'auan-
noam ad anot only that bet at a
They say, but If you wll examine
carefully the lee which melt o sorap-
ly you wll note that there seems to
hae holes In It, that the easter Is what
la ailed "aow lea." whikh, bela por-
ous, allows It to melt quickly.
The kind we turn out Is as clear
and perfect as It is posaibe to make
Ie,and- Is the most esooomlal iee
-to ue. A the man n the B ed
Wagon to stop and see you.
FLIUA PMAKIN &
Life Asnce ety
UI lMM So"is
*OrTONWr IN MTm WOIPO
MIr MORIDA iCONDM,
3Soft l lbIU 'Meh
omdyo lt WS-w1 t6a, fl
tri~^flPr~S b b rig
Sl ~a ji neay M^*t
w -so* .. It \.se" a"
vhs-. pal' a C-malu. ^ waf ^ s~fS
*-y sa ass-m aa~-,-aMsa
"id I-bw -U a mi a aS
i-a b~ a y YO
'mkt x nSdm t
of Wnhmebas nuts mo t-a
P"* ALE V ALL. in
thee when the unistefrmed northern
w welaft -a sbllrvee q a"e nve-
tam under a. torrd an and that the
inhabitants are a lyg ti mthe de
asmhting Iects sad prayg for win.
that Our summers th gS e re an
pleasant, the ra or m-Mn- re'r
be oewer tha a In meet of the emer
ats aad a" UN& h a th asab heati
The M b SONr-%ners are by no
maw MI, -' tr every moth tn the, torwee I
year Is harvest meat, if they want
It to be. Then eOr lumber, turpe.
tins, sto.k phmphate lln. ands a-
r.ed ma*.ta"bes aterasta keep On
hsnt seeWs, rafilrads, steamers asM-. .
hoteol busy a2 the Year
Uife lt m orida s not anf ae aw
so bym any mesaS nS do -0 .
of al this great country o a sf our w
the B moRe quflaly or sar.y as
nd to the hand t or ars ona O
Crow th ef ts of the mat whn ** w sm
state as o eaer o1 as6as O"1-gE
we bemly beaeve Merns Is b- the
We want man peege to jeto us to
assist in- br ts to pass the bright
promlNa oat the future ad to share la I
eOr Ipr erfy. The man who comes
to Flotda today wMl make np mistake
if be wIR exercIse esmon sense,
make h aown Inv tin m and not -
be led Iato "get rich; quik schemes
or led astray by glittering masiaior-
mation end a promise Of seomaInMM
for nothlag.-Florlda Fruit and Track
>. i% A .
Take Kodal at tha Utme when yoa
feel what you have eaten i net t
Inm Kets-digeosts wat eat -
ya" eat uawfclmtly ef aw eed,
wholesome food. ift you wViM Jst et
oddol ig"*It Soad hy al mult.
IDS WANTED POl
HANDLING L SCHOOL 800KS
Oa Monday, Sept. 6, 1t, the 'SBoa-
of Patie latrleetin and afor Ma-
e art aturd la Otber will
oon be here. We ask that every e
in Florida gire the earags at that
day to the Florida BapttIt OrphaMaga
Arcadia. Ph. This lntitut Is S fhr
poor white orphans of the state at
Florida. Irreipeetlve of rellgoa aseedA
or nationality. If you do not earn
anything on the first Saturday Ia Oc-
tober. send us the earnian of some
other good day. With any this is a
very happy day.' because they am
working to help the orpha s. We need
means to maintain and train aad ed-
ucate these orphans, and other that
But let me mention another matter.
More than twenty months ago we be-
gan a sanitarium which we have eoa-
stantly needed. Today the brick walls
stand complete and bare. because we
have not had the money to go forward
with the work. Please help uas to in-
ish this building.
Will not merchants, every business
organisation, people in every occupa-
tion, churches., Sunday schools waom-
an's societies youn people's uaioaa
and organizations, secret orders, every
Individual In the state send a help
to go forward with the work and ,f-
Ish the sanitarikm which we have
needed so long. Send money to
a M. Bean, Arcadia, la.
HAVE YOU A BABY
Then watch It cloely. And above
all things don't let it suffer for ay
length of time with wormn--that If
fatal If Its complexionu get yeow
and pasty, If it Is listless, resa .or
peevish, gets thin, aufera with flatu-
leae give it White's Cream Vwemdfue.
The only cure that never allsi d aae
no bad effects. Sold by all drulaests.
Thin is so wmy of =dkint &"*e
Dr. Pi'irc' med wl
md& Thqmeudeam&good nmjf,
Dreh VIa Tb reh
it So m t
a -20-1 PL
for. . ead am-,i cm.m
Bmn oheup dhumbM, tie w'sw flt *'i
mer ahtierp arokt. IPea mrurgl t
SaDr. Pierce'. favorite
Expecting it to prove a creL" It Isly advised f
it mank r wSWnn&
'r... i m daes M S i n
b in ft iMM k4fl rb 4.'
As an' Sr v d. L,