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: 09 2, 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: VID03261
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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* eU L Be It to melt quickly.


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After Defying Euplswo for Ceuhwir,
theao Ex mNorth lie Smn-
dered to ani. umnsion
Copenhage Sept. 2.-According to
a telegram received at the Colonial
OeBe. Dr. Prederick Albert Cook. an
American explorer, discovered the
North Pole on April 21. 1908. The
news has caused great interest.
The message was received from Ler-
vik. Shetland Island. Dr. Prederick A.
Ceok, accompanied by a Norwegina,
left Btah. Greenland, Mareh 8. 190.
taking with him eight Eskimos, four
hedges and twelve dog teaan. He
was to make his way through the El-
lesmere land.
Dr. Cook is on bosna the Danish
government steamer Baas "ede,
which passed Lerwc-k at anos yesatr-
gram aoeubit L s deve.
meant was sent b1 a Gr6mmesA ofulal
on beard the steaer. and reds as
follows:
"We have en board an American
traveler. Dr. Co who reached the
North Pole April 1l. V90L. Dr. Cook
arrived at UIpperavik. the northern-
most Danesh settlement In Oreeland,
s an islead o the west coast, In May
of 19, a Cape TYork (in the north-
west pt o Greenland, on Bafin Bay.)
The nquhlaux of Cape York confirm
Dr. Cook's sty of his j ney."
The doctor started on he present
expedition In the summer of 1907, sall-
Ing from North Sidney, B. C. on board
the schoouer Job R. radley".
The party was rektforeed with
sledges, dos and Arctic equipment at
Etah. reensland, wheboe they sailed
March 2. 190. Dr. Conk's plan was to
set aside all tradition by making a
dash to the pole during the winter
months when the elements are con-
sidered the least advantageous for an
advance northward.
The last news received from him was
dated March 17, 198, when he was
near Cape Thomas Hubberd.
Loed LIve Leet
Ther'have erehanyb many Arutl expe-
ditlom comtng hi the acgr to hun-
dreds t lives and mWl1m e dollars.
I The frat time the North sea was en-
terd was in the year 1301 by Jotaki
Other, a Nrwegian, and since that
time there have beau various expedl-
-tieus. eeh of which met wtth failure.
The epedltion of Peary three years
age was the moot sucee aful of all
Peary and his party In the teamer
Reeoosevelt reahebed within 174 miles of
the pole *nd found new lads sn the
North American arhblpelago. Further
details of Dr. Cook's expedition are
Awaited eagerly.
A Blegraplsloal Shatch
Frederick Albert Cook. the American
explorer, was born I Sullivan county,
New York, in 1 6. and Is eonseqent-
ly about 44 years old. He was educat-
ed in Brooklyn. and took a medical
degree from the University of New
York in 1890. He was surgeon of the
Peary expedition. 1891-2: surgeon of
the ielgian Antarctic expedition,
197-9, and led expeditions to explore
and climb Mt. McKinley. in Alaska,
1923-L He has been decorated with
the order of Leopold of Belgium, the
Royal Society of Belgium. and the
Royal Geographical Society of Bel-
glum. and Is a member of the Amer-
ican, National sad Philadelphia G(eo-.
graphical Societies, and is the presi-
dent of the Explorers' Club of New
York. He is the author of two books.
"Through the First Antarctie Night,"
and "To the Top of the Cuontinent."
and has been an extensive contributor
to magazines on Arctic and Antarctic
exploration. Dr. Cook was married In
192 to Miss Mary FIdell Hunt.

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 ecsema 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. ecema, salit rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only Soc.
Guaranteed by all druggists.


BARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
There will be a barbeeue at Oak
Grove on Saturday, Sept. llth. one
mile south of Pleasant Hill church.
for those who Uke to dance, also horse.
There will be good mae sand platform
races, foot-races, sack-races and three-
leg raees. Rverrbody is Invited to
come. ring your basket and enjoy the
day. Committee.

TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. Tou can't
have good health If your liver Is not
doing its duty--low but sure poison-
Ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Balesrd's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tenm. Sold by all druggists.

TEACHER's EXAMINATION
The state uniform examination for
teacher's certlicates will begin at 9
a. m. on, September 7. 19. 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


PLANS FURNISHED
O APPLICATION


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OCA"AV"a


TIE WCIERSIAL

URBiE SNIP

Opeus IMo the Lbb tc t Uime Oeal
erne.
Offers Lt.e very best service of
killed workmen with modern ap-
plianceU Strictly raaitary. Electric
ufams, electric manusamges.
Het RUMamU water at All Time
VINCI=CT C. IMI. sutKmCI. Manager

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN


ICE


Our Ice by our new process is froz-
eO at a temperature of eight to ten
degrees above zero, Is as clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
guarantee it to last longer.

BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS

And Not he Disappointed in Service
And Quality

ULA ICE AND PACKING CO


NRu'wR~T & TAYIAOR
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HOW'S TH IS
We offer One Hundr-1l Dollars Re-
ward f yr a"v i-' -..f ta::arrh that can-i
nolt Le cut..d by Halls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co..
Toledo. 06
We. thp undersigned. have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
WhOlale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Halrs Ctarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon, the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials seat free. Price T7c per bot-
tie. Sold by all druggist!. Take Hairs
Family Pills for constipation.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
ittlething In the home., especially In
wkthber. Connect the Cord with
oe pf your light drops and In a, few
minutes the Iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and etst ely Whore it is
waLed WV TUCKER.

READ THIS:
Dunnellon. Ila.. Sept. 1st. 150.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo.. for six yelrs. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it. It is
a genuine cury for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
bottle.
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KENTUCKY HuRSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinston.
la.. for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lextngton, Ky., selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock raisers. I
am toi position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, IL
H. Willis. Jr.. Evinston. Fla.
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CHAILES D. BULBERT, 1. D.
WOMOPAT21C PHYSICIAN AND

OBoe-Second Floor The Munroe &
ChambliUs Bank Building. Ocala,
Florida.
.rtloephomea-oce. 222; ResidenMM.
221.
O1ce Hours--9 to 12 a. a.; 2 to 4
m.; 7:20 to 8:32 p. m.


F. E. McCLANE

flysda.aid SW,.
General Practice Callj Made Promptly
Nig.t or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, .Di
ea of Women and Children
Office: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
Second Floor- Phmes. Office No. 33;.
residencee, No. 933.
OCALA. FLORIDA

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stand there will also be a pillan on the
grounds.
Miss Julia Slgmon has returned
home from a visit to relatives In Tam-
pa.-
Some of the orange buyers have
been looking over the groves here and
say that the oranges will be ready for
shipment by the first of October.
Mr. C. S. Gates made a business trip
to Ocala Wednesday.
irs. E. A. Ricker Il expected to re-
turn this week and will take up the
position again as agent of the S. A. L.
railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Peak received the
*aad news of the death this week of
Mrs. Peak's sister-in-law, who resided
in Philadelphia.
Do not be deceived by unscrupolous
imitators who would have you believe
that the imitation pills are as good as
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pu]s.
There isn't anything Just as good as
these wonderful pills for the relief of


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The Louisvillem ad Nawlville Mt
Lower Its PasmeW er Rato eor iew


Tallahassee. Sept. 2.-The complaint
of the Florida railroad cemlissi
against the Louisville and Nashville
railroad, resulting from the Sanlnae of
the railroad to comply with the com-
mission's demand for a redaction in
its passenger rates from four to three
cents per mile in conformity with the
rate charged by all other raroads ton
the state, began yesterday before Spe-
cial Examiner Emmett Wilson of the
federal court.
Attorney General Park M. Tram-
mell is acting for the commlislow. The
railroad contends that It Is art of the
question for it to lower the rate n tMe
Florida territory beiese Jthe terriltry
ft so sparsely settled that the pas-
senger traffic has never paid.
AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile ter sale
at a reasonable discount fream orig-
inal cost. If interested. address "An-
tomobile," care Star office.
TESTIFIES AFTER POUR VEABtS
Carlisle Center, N. Y, G. B. Bulran.,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured o(
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and afttr
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." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
by all druggista.

BELLEVIEW
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hopklas and
children have returned, to Crystal
River after a visit of several weeks
with Judge and Mrs. L. I UHopkis.
On the 28th at Belleview there was
a game of ball between the Belleview
and Levon teams. Score, 12 to 8. In
favor of Levon.
Rev. N. W. Elliaon of the Ramah
Baptist church, colored., s to baptise
32 converts in Lake Lillian on the Mth
day of September.
John Harrell who has been working
In Ocala. came home sick on the 27th.
At this date he is much better. I
Mrs. Laura Cauthen Is visiting hert
daughter. Mrs. Willie Jeffcoat, at Ox-
ford. It is said that she' has gone to
welcome the little grandchild.
For the past two months en account
o'f the hot weather. the Bebeview
Workers have held no meetings. On
Sept 2nd they met for business and.
will meet every Thursday afternoon
during the winter months, at the ,U-'
brary.
Aug. 21st the case of the state vs.'
Robert Mathews, charge of defamation
of character, was held at the town
hall before Judge Hopklns. Verdict-
by the jury for the defendant
It having come to the attention
some of our good Samaritans that ti
family of Mr. Wm. M. Washburn. lv-
ing one and a half miles west of town
had been sick and that Mr. Washburl
had also been taken sick. and his ho
were breaking into his cormniel au4
destroying his corn, seventeen of Orn
people on Aug. 3eth went out to M1
Washburn's field, gathered his corn
and put it in a building. This was
practical Christianity.'

NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Sorer to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me Intense

remedies failed and doctors said I was
Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery 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, sore
lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asth-
ma. croup, whooping cough and ~al
bronchial affections. Sec and 81. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
gists.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
The Weirsdale school opened Mon-
day with Mian Cora Murray as teacher
,ind the patrons and pupils alike are
glad to have her as teacher again this
year.
There will be a baseball game be-
tween the Lady Lake and Stanton
teams on the diamond at Stanton Sat-
urday, September 4th and we under-


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le M1-est a -de ft the bistp

M. R 1 Iee, the scceesful pro-
et the spmled M era srove
(- nl.MM es, was t teae yesterdaFy
be0. He reported the
I, the es ,e Tges ia hl.s
a eet ~ad wMh the promway
b*e a atheIp crop commodity He said
M t -r ha beerW unastually
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U a t1& 6e me and wa about to nybiggest
fe ak whe the rladr agent grove
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Niop sabiht a rNt from PatUilna
M*MGs iy ad alth hfte ls an lor-
Seme ovre st with tour, listed
S Wi s it birdse ao ef mPoed of
a gl&W fat he detsqualed to buy It
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p me In Or asde owner sever and
I wm an matI e wound et o quested
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AO .6 for eleveo acres of grove
W wod -m i tbe sale. It was
Oe. the ho er went home to await
As p, t e o te papers and the
Sr -pem the receipt of the papers
Mso the iWrer ower a check for $8.-
0l% rMA teOf f delat for exchange.
Ws OWe "Wer rede"vd the check, he
sk It srit uly f or a while and re-
- net mosey emea', My price
wan m ft Nad d the amount sent
s* -mAh d Wthe trade Is a. g. an
- MSe Other $1w are forMhco*b nm and
t hMelmmaltn y lI awaiting the
oem n teof this deal. and all are
weRteI the Ketatckan will let
4*lset the ownership of that hand-
loomsgrow.


Mr. V. K. MeMaley. the naval
atumW eg a lr. ae u p today from
W i a Mibtelhall automobile.
amem manme bitterly of
e eMiet of the mead authorities in
i~s heU tosm acroesm the road
e USe Marz- eOematy dae t the road
b. tim h Ire aM WDldwood. In one
Me a deep hble was washed in the
-" m allewd to remain unfilled
r aft ho time. Mr. MeRalaey and
ha S t~ i had to stop and cut out
Md I g away a amber of logs that
im owna*s et aarmad.
w. i-rUs, the arty Bird far-
WO me sawmm man, returned this
M M MiNledgeville, Ga., where
b leM a MRa and placed him
Is te tsme faUtary school at that
BSo A ORMd n Ge s was emphat-


Same Bes areary and her charming daughter,
Miss Irene. and son. Elmer, with: St Joseph' Academy, Loretto, Florida '
flew -sd .w... l- _Messrs. Louis Walker and David
C atamCNECW Douglass. They are guests of the FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH
-MY FAVOgrlES* Montezuma.
aimm-sm s- Mrs. B. B. Ricker passed through
aIths, F"eh- SBs Ocitla today on her way from Jack-i ni IA 1111 1 7AI 1 i Wi a .
onvile to South Lake Weir, where I I I III I
Foe r e by she will look after her grove. inter- D Ip 1,Jn rI 11)I ll
T. W. ROXLER which promise fine returns this, lll I IA W
T.W. TROxLER e. -------- ----- .. v',
Bill Hogan of Grahamville. was In
town this morning with several loads *M e
of good corn. Mr. Hogan had the. Ve Your jawn Mowh Vd e
painful experience of having a year- Have Your A wnMowerSharpened by the
ling break several of his ribs and is
not feeling the best in the world in Latest Methods
consequence.
Mr. Robert Fosot of Eastlake was ',
in town today, having come up to We have just received one ofthe.4r
buy some supplies.
Dr. Abernethy, the great English w MOWer Grinders, a machine ed
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys. for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mow ;4hld i
When they are affected, life is in dan-
19ger.'" Foley Kidney Remedy makes. does the work perfectly. If you will favor Ms v
healthy kidneys, corrects urinary ,r-
regularities,. and tones up the whole your patrDnage, we guarantee to gm e o m
system. Sold by all druggists.
Mower in better condition than the day. em
J. Pillans. postmaster and mer-
he s the chant at Electra, was a business call- it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp
er in town yesterday. He reports
high waters and considerable fever in old style way, which il usually done -b
h seAtn rienced workman with a file or a 'i a
If Y" an A Sot Mi.ss Pearl Mcintyre of Jacksonville.!
a very pretty lady of that city, Is the :"- "..
gue st of Miss Edna Culverhouse.
it fow, it S 4 goS Next yer Mwer m -
IT SAVED HIS LEG __ ;
time to beWin. e -All thought I'd lose my leg." writes :I i t fU OF _.
J. A. Swenson. Watertown. Wis., "Ten -
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LAOR DDAY T AIl MMEr M cow .
MoTd. September 6th. belsa U 1W9C AI ll Ww J,
day and a holiday, the baukd btA 'The Marion Counaty IWr
city will be closed for business-o' lIn a o so..
that day. listA are out and one elboul .e v
hands of every eitiZen of th'. emty.
HEALTH AND VITALITY The book is a 7-page pamphet a
andmtl1W O wil o lear a very interesting volumen Ie bi
Cosmetics and lotions will not cl w be held November 24t th ad
your complexion of pimples and 26th and Is going to be the biggest and
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative. best county fair ever held in the state.
for Indigestion, stomach and liv..r The Bet o o A I .....
trouble and habitual constipation. OPENNG ATTRACTIONS IN
Cleanses the system and is pleasant to ed b*Hom ]o THE THEATRICAL LINE
take. Sold by all druggists.
W4 rWPICTUR s VERY DAY The opening -tAmc~Io for the sea-
A CHOICE SMOKE son in the armory theater will be on
The Court Pharmacy has received a THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT the ar th. 17th and Uth of tcha month.
thousand Import Havanas, a genuine l rattling good comedy comatpay. Pol-
Havana factory smoker. The smoker Poam-g f. thie -lowlta thi both for the arM .ot.ea.
is a long slender cigar and one of the tereand theMnew opyerahose as a3a *'ip
sweetest five cent smokers in taste and THE CALL OF THE WILD number oted. Manager Syaveoter ha al. ,.---
aroma that has ever been brought to (Full el.)number of ne attracts for Ol.
this market. try a box of them. ( Re'.' "
A LITTLE J CORD WOOD FOR SALE h*
Word comes to Ocala that Miss -will sell 4 to cords ofbeast
Jean Austin. who spent the summer THE INN KEEPER'S WIFE quality wood at Montague stato for
at Alexandria Ray N. Y.. was taken $1.50 a cord at de tn. Address C. E.
sick with appenditis and her aunt. Admission 1 and 5 ents lstrom, Montagu, Fla.
Mrs. Frank Kellog. of SL PauL re- I I=
moved her to the Mayo Sanitarium at Dma. Mr. Norton Davis returned to his
Rochester. Minn. where she was sue- p at m. .-es..t a o h i T
cessfully operated on. today.
There Is no game law against any L TUCK ui T Are you trbled with andr?
one hunting for PANto eS CH ----- Th try a bottle of Dkes Hair Tonic.
ria. ch afland fever. Price 25 een at the court Pharmac. y. : A
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll .,a (Mr. Hill will be hwe Th.sday, "I *
probably know. Tee will be a metal of the We- daydm on aing the M R sd
man's Foreign Mission Soclety fom" day.demonr-tigtheLM.P.
Mr. J. 6. Spurlin, manager of the row afternoon at 4 o'clock In the down.) -' -.
Teapot Grocery severed his eMethodist church. A full attendance '.
Tapot Grocery, severed his connec- is desired.
tion with that firm yesterday and has MRS. JESSIE HAYCRAFT Si -
again taken up the duties of an am- MRd r, a dE HAYCRAe
bassador of commerce for a Jackson- Phone the Court Pharmacy. We '.
Ville grocery ho Mr. H. Bltc.frii and deliver your p-
late with the Johnson Grocery Co. of DON'T NEED GLASSES criptions promptly.
Jacksonville, will assume the duties Many people do not need glasses but Geo. A. Carmichael, who has been
or so. In the meanwhile the Teapot You may be one of the majority. now in Atlanta and- will be home
will move serenely on, catering suc- There are two ways of finding out. later:
cessfully and satisfactorily to its Ons-await for time and disease to
larg number of steadfast constituents drive you to it. FOR RENT-Houg on Fort King
for first-class grocery supplies. I avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee u ,be
Many people delude themselves by ned them itr t D e. t. loNs e fall millinery and the 'new goods are arrtiOag dil r. We M
Obeight Specisilst, j Mr. predt yr _
saying, "It will wear away." when reporter ye terayor in that he had a Staken pretty line of imported and domestic tried hats
they notice symptoms of kidney andreot Offie hos: to 1 and er y yesterday that he-vr had taken cm o :
bladder trouble. This s a mistake.a.an option of the A. R. Toph house on shapes. Also all styles and a great range prices
bladder troubley' Ths Kidney Remedy. an to 4: m. Opcal office and lab Suth Third street, but not to say a Our stock of plumes, bought early before the recent
stopthe ley'drain on the vitality.medIt uand oratory, rooms and 4 ary blok, word about It until he had all the de- be the finest ever shown here. Also the new style "ve
stckch w the aimidne on te v y ot dy tails perfected, which he would at-e t ."e to r_. .-t.
backache, rheumatism, kidneys and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fort of Mos tend o on hi from South t thing. Velvets and silks for trimingth a
bladder troubless and m akes ever trae Bluff. had the misfortune to lose their Carolina. but as the news item is out. kinds. Mrs. Haycraft spent three weeks ainth- tariits of b* dOsia
disappear. weakneSold by all drugginsts.ro daughter Miss Lena. by malarial fever. there is no harm in the Star pushing nlag the styles and making the 'eletloI person and we e S lft "
uhter asevt a oc- Ions fetl
aShe wa seventeen yeas old. The re- it along. ing we have this fall just what the people of Ocala and
mains were Interred in the Moss Bluff
Mr. and Mrs. nie L Payne dauofhtFair- cemetery Wednesday. Have you seen the new visible Pay- appreciate. Come in and see the new goods,
field, was In town this morning In- Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co., I
terviewing Supt. J. H. Brinson on Mr. A. T. Thomas, the capable general agents.
school work, as Miss Payne- is be foreman of the Camp mines in Citrus V
the principal this season of the Citra count, is enjoying a short vacation Percy Billingsley and family of Oak, H aft
school, which will open the middle of among the mountains of North Car- now occupy the Abe Brown residence.
this month. Miss Payne Is an accom- olina and wtth old-time friends and
polished educator and for a number of e trust this respite from strenuous If the glare of the sun hurts your ,
years was a valued teacher in the duties wia restore him to health, eyes, get a nair of smoked glasses
Plant City school. his health having been ailing for from us for 25c. The Postoffice Drug.
some time. store.
Take cars of your stomqvch. Let Ko-
dol digest all the food you eat, for DeWitt's Little. Early Risers, the Miss Esther Weathers, who has en-
that is what Kodol does. Every tea- safe, sure easy, gentle little liver joyed a visit with her friends. the -. | S
spoonful of Kodol digests 2% pounds pills. The original Carbolized Witch Misses Taylor at Glendale, Ohio. is I
of food. Try it today. It is guaran- Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name iits "excted home today. T0 i CLINChER 0.D.CL IR
teed to relieve you or your money back. plainly stamped on every box. It is
Sold by all druggists. good for cuts. burns, bruises, sores, Ft SALE-Haarvard piano, nearly
boils and sunburn-but it is especially new; $125 easy terms. A. M" Lans- i
Justice J. W. Lyles Is home from good for piles, old by all druggists. ford, phone 328. Ocala. I O-
his outing at Daytona Beach. where kear0 y mindakwe f ..: .
he spent several week delightfully The new tree sweeper made It W L An mind we carW L A OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUP. AUTO
listening to the whisperings of the first appearance on the streets this Staffords and Carter's inks: also W A O A S I A O
sad sea waves and sporting In the de- morning and lrred up the dust to fountainpens from $1 up. at the Ocals REPAIRINS AND TIRE VULCANIZING
lights of the same when they broke such an extent It brought forth some News Company. R .,
mirthfully on the shore. very strenuous protests from the mer B PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRITCh S
chants and pedestrMns, when the The St Petersburg ball team de-
.....sprinkler was called out and wet the feated Eustis at St. Petersburg in a -
streeta ne the sweeper was tr spirited ball game yesterday after- -L IRON WORKS, OCA

Sfoot reach and os Itd work splendid.. R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
__e __ea___B ____ ly. Its presence excited great inter- ..... will sell any make of cod- d
et.\* typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.,
,3. A. Thomas, a thrifty farmer of j j
the Palrfleld section, was in town to- "
day shopping. He said they had so
much rain in his section everything is m THHHHIT'Y TTg I N r'iu rvr vu' TTH
S.overgrown with weed s. ST. JU tS'S M C DE- ,1 .- PX
M Charles Priest of the Daisy sc-[ LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA. -
there was plenty of rain, sunshine Boarding School for Boys Condueted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Young '4. *."
and warmth in his neck of the woods Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical. Intel-
to please the most fastidious. I lectual, Moral qad SoiaV Lines, Heal thy Location, Magnificent Swimming
Smi oesm w imas tee@Mis The following distinguished Gaines., Recreation Roor..ro
ville people came in this morning in! f
their auto, namely: Mrs. H. H. Me- Apply for Prospects to the SISTER SUPERIOR.


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dl^. --kW System, imtalled by the Electric Protection Company
" ;^f Mimneapolias, Minn., in our bank, has taken place, and
we wish to thank our patrons and friends for the interest
- they have manuifAted in this nn.to-date improvement.


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MW line of elegant new Fall Millinery,
embracing Hate, both trimmed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings ot all kinds, Rib-
hbou, Flowers, Feathers, Veilings and
ornaments, i coming in every day.
Formal announcement of the opening
of the pew fall goods will be made in a
short time.



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THE UP-TO-DATK

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
Board Signs Designed and Made. Paperhanging a Spec-
Ialty. New Mirrors Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, Gla8s
Froeting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Re.
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-pricec a little lower."
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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WM. J. SHERIDAN,
Phone 139


VWUM Ii SAi & STOIE COPAilT
OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. FLORIDA.
CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.
We have a stone crusher at work In Ocala. and are prepared to do all
kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
Brick. Build Sidewalks. Artlfletal Stone Pences. Stone Mantels. We make
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better than brick, and
are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of
Foundry.



EIER SITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE


Gainsville, Florida
As Institution of the First Rank, sup-
potted by State and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men.
7 h Cewrses Loading to Degrees
E A., W. Sc., M. A., M. Sc.
and L L. B.
In Arts and Selences: Agriculture:
Chemical. Civil. Electrical and Me-
c a l Engineering: Law: Normal
SBeh ; Graduate School. Expenses
iseedlagly Jlaw. For Catalogue -wrie
A. A. MURPHREE, A. M., L L. D.


(FOR WOMEN)
Tallahase. Florida
A College without a parallel in the
South, offering degrees and diplomas
in the following departments:
I. A School of Liberal Arts.
II. A School of Industrial Arts.
III. A School of Fine Arts.
IV. A School of Expression.
V. A School for Teachers.
No Tuition. Other Expenses very low.
For infewmation address:
EDWARD CONRADI, M. A, PH. D.,


President President


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Located on North Main St
near government building.
V BReooable rates by the
week or month. First-class
table board and comfortable
rooms.

ft hss*iSMr, Prorietess
Phone 77 Ocla. Fla.




fOLEY'S:


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.3L OURE YOU
d any cam of Kidney m
ldder disease that is not
beyond the reach of media
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ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnishe rooms for rent at
the WIsterla. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jones.

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
WARNING
Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
stops the cough and heals the lungs..
Sold by all druggists.
SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
planting, so matter bow large or how
small, or how inee the work desired
may be. I have bhe material, brushes
and knowledge to palat and do If
right. Houses painted aside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil f Sulhiug.
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. FilRyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tt
LOST-Saturday August 28th. about
5:30 p. m $2.5 paper money, between
Mr. John Edwards' ne-w barn and
east end of Oklawaha avenue. Finder
watarn t, Star oaftf it sand receive r*-


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FOR SALE-My house:
corner location in Ocala on
ket. Address B. J. Potter.


the best
the mar-


Mr. J. M. Neely of Summerfield was
in the city yesterday on real estate
business.
Three cents will faith you for ten
hours. Get one of those 2-Inch Wes-
tinghous fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mrs. F. D. Roberts and children of
Levon. were in town this morning
interviewing the county judge.
Mr. J. C. Marsh. the Eastlake tur-
pentine operator, was in town yester-
day and met Mr. J. 0. Ward, an op-
erator at Blackshear. Ga.'
The A. C. L. will run a three-day
excursion to St. Augustine Sept. Sth.
The fare for the round trip will be
$1.60. Train is scheduled to leave
Ocala Sept. 6th. at 2:10o p. m.
Mr. Will Teuton( of the Graham-
ville section. was a caller in the chy
today. He was accompanied by his
daughter-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raysor left last
night for Denmark. 8. V.. where they
will send several weeks. The Star
wishes them a pleasant visit.

Mr. C. H. Cooner, who has been with'
the Edenfleld Lumber Co'.. was in town
today on his wiy to Wiggins. S. P.
where he will take service under the
Westmorland Lumber Co.

Mr. W. T. Mellw.ine will leave Fri-
day for Latimer. S. C.. to spend a few
daym with his family and will ac-
company them home.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Miss Virgin'a
and Master LaGrange Si.strunk and
Miss Annie Atkinson returned yve,-
terday afternoon from Seabree7.-,
where they have been spending th'
past two months.

Dr. Walter Hood has rented his
residence on Watula street to Mr. F
W. Barse. the National Biscuit com-
pany's representative.
Mr. A. N. Cameron. the grove owner
of Weirsdale. was in town today and
reports plent yof rain with bright or-
ange crop prospects.

Miss Cora Ross. one of the efficient
and popular teachers in the county, is
in the city today shopping. She said
she would not teach this winter, bul
will remain at home and take care ol
her mother, who is in poor health.
Mr. Lewis Yonce went to Woodmai
last evening on the freight to visit his
sister. Mrs. R R.IL Carroll and came
up this morning.



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Are making 50c, 75c
and $1 a day, hustle.

ing for the 0. K.
Grocery.

WHY NOT YOU?

CALL AT ONCE


Filing cases at the Ocala. Xew Co.
"WaukeshaW Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Mr. H. M. Hampton went to Dun-
Rellon today on legal business.
Picture puzzle. post cards at the
Ocala House.
Mr. *F '1 .m. In today from
a b.is;iefss trip to Dunnellon.
Call and see the new books at the
the' Ocala '-Ws Co.
Mr. Joe Mickle came up today from
Dunnellon.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore..
Will Jordan. the successful farmer of
Heldtsvflle. was in town today.
Have you .w*n the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
A new shipment of peroxide cream
Just In at the Court Pharmacy. .
Bathing caps just received at the
Court Pharmacy.
FOR RENT-A large pasture close
n. Apply at this office.
Mrs. T. V. Mann and children s-
turned today from a visit to relatives
in South Florida.
R. C. Davts ak co., or Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75e.
each; $7.50 per dozen.
Mr. Joe Thomas, one of the sturdv
yeomanry of Sparr, was In town Tues-
day and Wednesday.
Do not forget tnat you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. Jonah Driggers of Oklawaha was
in town yesterday on a visit to her
daughter. Mrs. A. 0. Lucius.


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Accuracy a characteristic. is the t
motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-
scription department. Phone us. We1 t ni
send for. fill and deliver your pre-' the
scriptions promptly. Fr I a C g the said city, aesoaaiI
Mrs. H. H. Whitworth and little s pe icleal of W MW -p
daughter. Jessie, who have been A clerCk's ofc of ,X i aW
spending the past three months at sdere
Smitthville and other Georgia points, re
visiting relatives, returned home this IRme al = CUs m or reject any of sa wN l f"
afternoon. i nd to be in wrwng en .a ety
Mr. Henry Gordon, who has been: clerk on om betnore e --f
spending most of his time in Dunnel- : Septembert A. IX 1oI .;
Ion for the past six weeks looking af- l rt ar dyt .l l
ter some investments there, came upi Attest: AL- C. n isr '?
today and returned in the afternoon. ---- Att. X- C C
City Clerk of the city of e0
Supt. J. H. Brinson Is busy pre-R Jf ,i V
paring his annual school report for *I I 1 | l .
th.- state superintendent and will
prove a very interesting resume of n Al
educational work in old Marion. 3 9 b b S OM A
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the summer in Mississippi and Texas,
is now in Memphis. Tenn. and in- D. L Melwve Alfrd B. Ow
forms Mr. Strunk she will be back U dartakern.
next week. igitig e
Dr. W. E. Seay of Dade City was In, st I S
town this morning, having brought' FOR SALE AT LAK W-
up a youth to be operated on at their AU work done by licensed embalm- ..
hospital. ers and fully guaranteed. .ne of the Is.o-
-i ---- -- cated homes eo the emt aisM
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson, across the bWeir. Gooed 111.9 01116O -
river, \l.ot their little daughter Tues- pI-ant ye 7 a"dU ; ch-SWl e A1la~ApV
dw'. The little one died of malarial to F'. W. DItto, crty.
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Infor0 ation Jac-kLra
1;rAir Dome tesmit t. St p1....

tured rep -I-ctFla wol be d
Buyt 'Cream Flourt d e trt re eaty r se .i yill M
to it8s name. You pay Beeave a pretty amt aIra a e
homefre hr summer vmath kin
no more for it than other sno aln that she i o ame
High grade Flour. Ev- Mr. ...me .dm t
Mr. Hil cam e down tr T f ': ii'1
ery pound of it guaran. vile thb s ornmlngn the X 7. s
In two bows and teT hIites i t h
teed to be the best that d roads. This id to be the re-
can be made from soft
Notice the advertm t of the L
winter wheat. Sold ex. M. F. cars In this Isse.. See Mr. -I
'at the Metropole for the mndt three
clusively by day If you are Interested .
Sd tMrs. WOam Mmart" ad two grad-
daughter*. Ms s Eageia and Arnie '. ,-..4
Puller, have returned from their
summer visit to seabreewe
h arlle Fox. the popular yeo e soda < geese"
*'Olrf a'l'OV dispenser at the Postotfce Drugstr-
,OCM.V .J1 1 .returned today from his two wes .
S_ vacation spet at St. Petersbwrg.

POINTER D000 FOR SALE Mr. C. W. Hill and Mr. 0. Davist
POINE Ohis partner of the Ganesville Motwe
A well trained, thoroughly broke Car Co. .came over this n r t A
pointer dog. for sale, cheap. Apply atspeed the next few dayrs In twhe city IM
West Btadway. Ocala. F. I and witness the sres of game be- .
SW t Btweeda Ocala andyGaines a . Mene a
I Hill and Davis are state agents for
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS' the Brush Runabout and ]. If.iN :-
cars and are maklg a great success TsIeam
Let the Star office print and perform. of both.
ate your loose leaf sheets for your in-
voice ledgers and bill head systems. Mr. Geo. K. Campbell and faultly.,' a" "-
We are prepared to do the work. brother-in-law of Dr. Chas. M. Hal- .
bert. of Ocala, and Mr. Chas. Hulm and
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE family of Chicago. wl l pom to Ocea m 4
In about six weeks to spend the win
A five-passenger automobile, two- ter an* are coming with the in tatwou A
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class of locating here. They are expert bes At at
condition and everything complete, for automobile and garage men. tar 4e l
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. ILR." M
Tydings. Mr E. L. Maloney, proprietor of the :'
gOcala House, has bee spending -
---- pst Sew days "in Jacksonville with
Mrs. Maloney and Mrs. Rawls.
Mr. Henry Allred of Jacksonville, 11
with his charming wife are in th0
The Way el ity for the day. Mr. Allred left Oala
14 years ago and this is his ftrst visit ..
The j V ni since. He is a son of the late Dr. and 1. to
SMrs C. J. Allred and was born in thI...
Sll cty. Mr. Allred Is now a citizen of gl
Jacksonville and is a very busy man. "
13 SUliUg ThU isW k iHe has been kept busy aUll day shake. -.
A Ing hands with old time friends. Many -Al
Sof the boys whom he left as mere ladft 6'& .", JAL
t Fishe sin short pants aare now the heads ..
families. N
A fine 10-pound baby boy was born ofce. -.
!to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. bawls at -- .
C3c. Largest size Blue and White Boil. their home In Jacksonville. u1a87.
ers .. ... ... .. ..... .. .. ..4. 'August 29th. Mr. Rawls was for --
s .ome time in the ofito*c here atj %so wk e *l*
23c<. Smaller size Blue and White later city ticket agent for t.he a *" a' s
Hollater cityticket.agent.fo ....I "
Bilers )........ ... ... ......e board. Mrs. Rawls was the charmingal veruvee hes a
43c. Next Smallest Blue and White4 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Te ofa t'.qa
lile-rs r....... ... ... ...... Bright, who lived here for a year qr
more. Mr. lawls Is a grandson of
40e. Medium Blue and White Dish- Mr. C. C. Stevens of Berlin and the Tepls .vSW
pan 4,..... ..... ....... .. ..34c mrtb of the new baby makes this br.t ihe
2.c. and 35c. Coffee and Teapot. (gray) gentleman a great-grandfather, those
................... .......ihe Is yet a hale an hearty an.."
25c. Porcelain Salt Boxes 9......1 ..
S Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little and
.*5c. Gray Enameled Basin @....17e children, Miss Parr and little MiSs sord. Fla J
20c. Gray Milk Pans a ... ... ... 13e Eagieton returned today from a visit" ronm '"S
ito Clearwater and Sutherland. Iniw wha"k[ g
2;c. Gray Boiler. Wire Handle e.. 16c d.e" nd at
'1.5e. Boilers, Enameled Handle 0..15cl Mrs. R. T. Birdsey and little sonm, cwl semsuly
Herbert fPrd Birdsey. of Macon. Ga.. lnDor!1is.a1
49e. Double Gray Rice Boiler. ..3c are the guests of Mrs. Birdsey, I fOUmd 3
r15c. Gray Enameled Pans @ ...... 1 mother, Mrs. H. A. Ford. ert h I
2c. Gray Enameled Buckets S....13c | Mrs. Bull. of Rochelle. who has,. hai tad mm-
Large Blue andi White Roasters @ 6~s been the guest of her old friend*, frqaest aetism 'o 1
1c. G ray Enameled onllers @ ... .*O Captain and Mrs. Tucker. has return tloaM 4Ater I hadt ,dot

A in lu E d B Mrs. Will Goln and Miss Eloise a box., E s l them .Ndeat-@
e.lc, Blue Boiler.. Wire Handle @..3e. Smoak are the guests of their aunt,' me th d ed relief. i >m
35e Medium Boiler. Round Handle Mrs N. Sparman. at Crystal Rh. to re.*'_ atns g'
S4. er. "and better In ever 1
THIS IS THE PLACE TO I Attorney R. A. Burford is home leaty m i 1CaNr -
FURNISH YOUR KITCHEN. from his vacation spent in New York. dirusg rta nd 3
SHe had a very enjoyable time during mers r.t. '
Shi, absence, coming home via the l'r,,al .by all I_ W
Clyde Line. enfo." "0 ia-^i

M D1 Ll Mrs. H. C. Jones and children wil g a t-,
3 riliIj a WfU leave tomorrow for Northlake, where take e. other.
they will spend the next few weeks in .


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CITRA
,Misses a thal sa Loe se Deland
ave returned ftro their vcatiam at
SaMBty Harbor.
Miss Julia Tilian went up to Ro-
chelle last Fpriday.
Master P. J. Williams went up to
Alachua Wednesday.
Messrs. Leonamurd Johnsom and nuest
Pallings of Hawthorne spent Saturday
and Sunday in Citra with relatives.
Mr. MA. Rice leaves Sunday fr an
extended trip to his old hom t la Kent,
Conn. We all wish him a pleasantI
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beach went to'
Bushnell Monday to visit relatives.
Miss Apple Rsdditt and Miss Dolle
Rowell went over to Reddick Monday.
Mr. T. W. Palmer. the enterprising
solicitor for Krutchfeld & Koolftlk of
Pittsburg, spent part of this week at
the Redditt House, going from here to
Mclntosh.
Dr. S. T. Carswell was In town Mon-
day and while here had four calls. I
Mrs. Barcus returned last Thursday,
from Live Oak. #Her grandson. Mr.
Harry Muller of Miami, accompanied
her home.
Mrs. Choate is home from her north.
ern visit.
Mr. J. R. Williams and Mr. Borland
went down to Ocala Monday.
Mr. Bryan Carpenter. of Tampa. Is
visiting his uncle. Mr. C. W. Driver.
He returned with Master Jarvis Thurs-
day.
Citra is still booming. Several are
building.
Citra now has three doctors, namely:
Drs. Creetmore, Campbell and Conner,
and nobody sick. This Is a fine place
for them. Dr. Campbell Is a recent ar.
rival. We wish them all the success
possible.
Conductor Charles Carter dined with
his family here Monday.
Mrs. Andrew Ellis and children of!
Wilcox. spent Sunday with her parentsI
here.
ELECTRA

Mrs. J. T. Riddle has left for her
home at Davldsboro, Ga, after spend-
ing the summer here with Mrs. J. A.
Morse.
Mrs. David Sellers and children are
visiting her parents at Brooksville.
Master Lee Hulford made a short
trip to the Brick City with Miss Emily
Hulford the past week.
Miss America Pillans has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
friends in North Carolina and will
leave at an early date for Tarpone
Springs, where she teaches.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. J.
A. Morse is on the sick list and note
with pleasure that Mrs. Halford is out
again.
People are thinking out this way
that we have plenty of rain for the
present.
Quite a number of the young men of
this section are contemplating a trip
to Salt Springs.
Mr. Stebleton has recently sold a lot
of four acres of land on the south side
of picturesque Lake Bryan to a party
of Ocala people for the erection of a
club house.
We hear rumors of the Farmers'
Union members building a store house
In the near future.
Mr. Jackson has been hauling lum-
ber for several days for the purpose of l
building a packing house in which to
put up his fine crop of oranges.
A NARROW ESCAPE


Edgar N. Bayllss, a merchant of
Robinsonvile, Del.. wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick, and
coughed all the time and If I did n it
have consumption, it was near to It.
I commenced using Foley's Honey anw
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have galq-
ed twenty-eight pounds. all due *o
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
gists.


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nxiOUS examination, and ml
pyicians consider essential a the treated o dsCas
Yet, if help can be had, it is better to rdea t
the disease grow and spread. The trouble sdften te
an undergoes al the annoyance and shame W
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pierce
tion write in appreciation of the cure which
nations and local treaments. There is no other
and safe for delicate women as Favorite Prescripd '
4ebitatung drains, Tirretularity and female weakness.
1most always cures.
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Some of the numerous and strongest of profPswi6al endorsements of its
ents will be found in a p hlet wrapped around the bottle, alo iabk
mailed free on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y. Th
sional endorsements ould have far more weight than any am-te
nary lay, or non-professional testimonials.
The most intelligent women now-a-days mist on Low; -
medicine instead of opening their mouths like a lot of young
down whatever is offered them. "Favorite Prescripou" of
IOSITION. It makes weak women strong and sick women welI. 47 -
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of smps
pense of mailing moy. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bu N.Yl 31
stamps for clorAboAnd copy. .
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge, by letter. All sucl
tions are held sacredly c4nfidentiaL .
Dr. Pierce's Pleasat Peets invigorate and regulate stamach
bowels. Sugar-coated, tny granules, easy o take as candy.


LAKE WEIR
Messrs. J. Carney. .. Christian
and Walter Mathews gave a most de-
lightful launch party last Saturday ev-
ening from 4 to 6 o'clock in honor of
Mrs. Sarah Leslie. The Della with
Captain Sam Fbanot In charge called
thr the crow4t of 22 at the Bradford and
Carney doelt going around the lake
to the Lakeside hotel, where a sump-
tuous supper was spread by the ladies
of the party. Messrs. Don Mclver,
John Mathews and Dr. IL W. HeMry
complained of dot feeling wel after
supper, but were tenderly cared for by
the ladles and promised not to do so
again. When quiet was restored Mr.
Torrant of Ocala entertained the crowd
in a most pleasing manner with songs
and recitations, after which a ride on
the lake completed the evening's en-
joyment The families of H. W. Hes-
ry. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. Lesle, K. H.L
Clements. John Mathews anad wife of
Candler represented this aide of the
lake.
The Thimble Club composed of Mrs.
H. W. Henry, Mise Camp, Mrs. McIver,
Miss Bettle Mclver. Miss Kate Scott
Mrs. K. H. Clements. Mrs. T. K
Slaughter and Mrs. H. W. Henry Jr.,
will meet with the last named lady
Tuesday morning from I till 11 o'clock.
All are anticipating a good time as
Mrs. Henry is noted far and wide for
her hospitality.
Mr. J. M. Neely is hustling around
lively selling real estate on the lake.
The past few months he has made
several deals and has several more
very Important ones In view.
Mr. Clarence Smith is expected
home this week from Indian Springs.
Ga.. where he has spent several months
pleasantly. We are glad to learn Mr.


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We are having some dry but warm Smith is very much improved In
weather this week. health.
The collection at our Sunday school
last Sunday exceeded our expectations. KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
It being orphanage day, we used the
envelope sent out by Rev. T. Griffith, A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
secretary and treasurer of this worthy with many victims. But Dr. King's
institution at Jacksonville and found New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
them to be very beneficiary, and think They gently stimulate stomach, liver
if all Sunday schools would use them and bowels, preventing that cloggin
they would find them usefuL that Invites appendlcistl, curing con-
Mrs. LUllie Greer after spending sev- stipation, billousness, chills, malaria.
eral weeks here with her sister, Mrs. headache and indigestion. 25e At all
J. W. Winmill. returned to her home druggists.
at Homosassa last Saturday.
Mrs. Arch King and little daughter. PEDRO
Francis, after spending several weeks -
her with Mrs.* King's mother. Mrs. C. The eie cream supper at our school.-
L Grace. left Wednesday for a few house August 7th was a perfect sue-
days' visit to relatives at Marietta, at- cess. The full moon shone bright and
ter which she will return to her home the stars did their part. I don't think
at Tampa. there was ever a more beautiful night.
Miss Mabel Akin of Ocala spent Dr. T. K. Slaughter passes through
several days here this week with her our little village almost daily. He is
uncle. J. E. Turnipseed. attending Mr. George Swearinwa, who'
Mrs. W. E. Nix and daughter. Ruth, Is very IlI.
spent last Sunday with Mrs. Tydings Miss Lula and Nettle Perry were
at Anthony. pleasant visitors at this place Sunday.
Mr. John McClarran of Reddick spent Miss Viola Anderson of Loveo spent
a few days here last week with his Friday evening with her many frtends
sister, Mrs. W. B. Livingston. In Pedro.
Mr. A. A. Olin. our efficient and ac- Miss Blanche Proctor left Sunday
commodating railroad agent, is reliev- for Shady. where she will teach this
ing Mr. Thomas Mann, cashier at the winter. We miss Miss Blanche very
freight depot In Ocals. Mr. J. R. Nors- much In Sunday school, as she was our
worthy of Mclntosh is still acting secretary and treasurer, also a smart
agent here in Mr. Olin's place. Bible class pupil.
Mrs. G. D. Hogan, who has been Quite -a number of Oxford folks at-
spending several days at Eureka, re- tended our cream supper.
turned home several days go. The Pedro and Charter Oak school
Mr. M. G. Davis, the popular man- boys played, ball at Levon Uaturday
ager of the Sumner Lumber Co., made afternoon. It was quite a lively little
a business trip to Jacksonville last game, 11 to 5 in favor of Pedro.
Saturday. School is progressing nicely. The
Mrs. S. B. Brooks continues quite names on the roll of honor for this
ill. Mr. Brooks expects to take her to month are as follows: Lily Brown,
the hospital at Ocala Saturday for an James Snow, Julia Waters. Wilber
operation. It is indeed hoped that she Richwine. Jewel Proctor, Willie Lewis
will soon be restored to good health. Abble Anderson. Walter Nichols. Mand
Mr. and Mrs. Turner have both been Proctor, Dervey Perry. Irene Swearln-
on the sick list this week. We hope gen. Clyburn, Flora Procter. Jhi
they will be out In a short time. Pitman. Bessie Snoe. Irene Wright,
Miss Annie Davis. after spending Henrietta Perry. Efe LewisA Dick
several weeks on the East Coast, is cruggs. Susle Munroe Edna Perry,
visiting her brother. Mr. M.. G. Davis. Birdie Richwine.
HAVE YOU A BABY A BURGLAR IN TOWN
Then watch it closely. And above His name Is "bad cough.- He doesn't
all things don't let it suffer for any care for any Cold or silver but he will


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