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Mr. Affbeft DMain* Www'Skib*-W
beer that bt bad accM ot* bU7sot'ho
4-yearh44d aughter. 3ma. ysI Is
wwnoruu ft. *unkrab* t' prim
.tmk -hom J0ab. Iubby. to
*etlma that ticU.w uel m Aa&'
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Ut 40 set" 6tkc. tbat the r~e. as
esiha d. I*d *mearM.W it Ws dig-
dpi, ib. buile~t gs 0ro
4 fw iThe hedreew 1 "d "IpW
I*& A* th irI Iin te." W. b." m-
SmsO IV b6had ~m ft l he abest h4
";.how. Tile sudden a*& WNW
eas=@*by Ash.bullt sewfea hfea
artacY ,wbleh could- not be stopped be-
fobs befp arrived
m- B am ght the ~i" -10lede
gPIB Usauf wbielkbe nbt.aIs U
feralga.empau".ha. wqver, be has
0 .lSeayft Mused to eiye up "*
part of hbb *ealth. me~the tW e
would guarsafe. tha 1&Vtlg"mMI"et a
"Ato "~tI. Tue ruutaiep eta
=41aia the smatter an Satervqt*"',
Eat u other eoeeift dtot
*at* you eew leaf-*eoo"or
wrw oil but It&in
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tfhsmse aft now Ap
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A I A ofgne hasfamte" intb6
=- oft& al t the'
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$mte an Sm "m- ab"outw
-$IN wvim cust give a reamahi.
-em h fr hautheme
Di h dasvedby,
oft aft w a". a
Aht~ r pItaffi-A Ingsi
Our Ice by eor amw prseI is thm-
a at' a temperature of egtht to tm
egrie above Imo, is as eear as crys-
tld ad as pre am ema be made. We
aitite it to lmst toger.
*Y FROM TH E BLP3 WAGo=
Aan Noet hbe ppeited a
UAm a m MISU
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bumadm.boa& b tat *. now
arhbi 0-t at may tI bas 06-
4w -to as uirAm-eS1
um- "M itiA Tom WaE:o9A
i~alf, U4410 1r.hs-i.
tie I'vn pi.330a musr furw iLt ft
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merdmai. wdyh ~. ~ao
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madmak liahe. emeuerjidbwase
aity ea bto gtwl Nol, 6 W'
amim~inaSe had to"tbe awn,
Adu. ~ aprt wis. q. ~yea Ah th e
aaa~Was th" t '"IVa 460
wha save bw sn tr ame",e
a. ~we, e -at U jwm*~ l.
et~is',Vbah I,4mU. M. ow
law s Ara eusA" evS~iWm& mml
Cand% Wl. Wombeam $araft WNsd.,,:
immefat' thberewet ter mmmorgem~
w~pwo.W Ia W CdiamwbeU WBof
"'er "Aft thbeew atthe W. ork ow
cbooskum "I saanToCpbflwt'els
'at the aOFW ofthe uahasmar. w~ahisad
be" va*"se iby the hurlame whic
swept the 0Gu1lfastweek. eamed, h
-their 6~-4M ..brok, f i their
1sa~hiage at The WMil and miwere1
washed sWei'eaui sand drewmed a fwy
hourn beif. *be Lwsmw F" d~bted.
400 adImem 'afftAe Lolslm sceast
it "'m a. 4w1u. egpwimm"etoBymm
Ida Spoutr to tame death.-pier 7"mv
a Ste boe trouble gave Me 1Mm.
Sup"IEVu oft mitrkq aai esvsral
tlaws early osummi my death.AN I
remedlim foiaed and di me aM!T W"
hwuuale.Them 1Dr. ww, Nw Dim-I
eaebrqy b rougM w quich it md ;Lcue
so perinut Sat I hen* l- bowr
trUva" histwelve years.".Bam so-%
per- 5vee Is BMe PeedPa. It- worts
weslorIN, 09"B" "d sow u*e
buQi,- a n.r ig agroppe.mat-
me, crou, wbesipiacoughsand z9
bronchial'affectlam. SMegind 31.IWa
bottle ft... Guaradeed by mil drag-
COTTON CRW0 In O
vWaskltes. Sep t.-Aamedimg tD
the m cop reert.1'*e mpg 4mod at
Mzlkaltgd*. t "0 epR 10CM at3W
at preesst. in. for below 00-10m*
standard. Atfthe I led .09 go th
hist report..-hAuspot 1K tbew uGo-
of moemnal was 6U.in mw alest 1"A1*9
the mme time mt yew. MA L 3?I i
1"T? The averae fur dthe"A-Swi
years has hbef?2A"
A EUGLR R&OW
care 9Fr aw so- or silver but he wVIf
Steal you healfthaway. If hbem..mrs
in row house wrest him at amma.
Daglsif aHorebsumd 5*Tp~inft may
ammea o*A-*WiwIf' Nyou diont. A awe
for 11 coughs, acids sM abutram.
-bieatPri- 2c. lie, Se M$1 pW' US&
Sold bw ill druggists.
Accuracy a chactestle, Is the"
mott of the Court Pharameys pe-
.crlpdom departme n Pheme am. We
Sme r. mar, 4a delvWer y nr ps-
scriptis ron a ly.
V -4 ''~ ~'
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Am Imidd -
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-N OM e daths am the aena d
-ft P aat re
totm ellis the ddfmtl $1USeAOa
samyat wsh isdosm ad
AIUlft WlO uins NMad Atlants
te me ameu20The questimdat
W, ,go wmma- S gbe gmads
7a; uhig M of tan rad
MM da o ~ab, e. t.
Mlk, ,te G Memnmvl -who
J. m L A S. M Al W r-
a m be Wme P W ek, w. o. mor-
risa WMi, l e DP., RichUrd and
8. A WMNer, A. t KemH B ., J. D ,a-
Vi u W. lam&~L Wematimon,
WAUManarW. T. a mnet J.1. I"aw.
A. .mm hLem Mmq. aow witm the
-mm M, the. samsevie San.,
1h U0 wtam te amen this after-
M 4Ib* Mr. Cahd'
1t Chl. U. C, W thes wil cvitl
Oue- h Md .lam is
TM Mppw-Mb e ord m@s%* tat
&w asle r Gasmi@Vto -enmsro
3pt-1160ivM Im ras aithethme a.fi-
Smd la dmWirio bsutwe md t ts@
pIaR ms p prmL t tank hem
M Msll s et water. This Is the
tye atmaie that wl speed between
JgweMuCMIN um mu. PetabIr this
WIN WhiC the him th awls. now ve-
bh epp4rW-w, hem -- along the
'aM .V IOL It hi the bitsmt dl
u/ ihs misMt b* tt evr vtede ths
Time "avlr aat t MI baseball
al6d stery was MamiradM. 'The
PM= Ct US cotlh-ast was
A gaim to pwttem after. T he I-
te age ~air taw meot of them tmd*r
mutr, waOe tbe MIe were the oul of
d*w-, h--iIIthIe i war newy b-am
i yn, Wem. ar-, e *1 the
tiwlag Ris a" the Oklawaas aad
I euot tme et er dAIadth Mr.i
T b himr of trebiba
11PnMep M istr Mb. het -
NO "= r at tMwto Mtthem umd"a
ve ana mthe a o f ttle gtel mo Mr.
" UV ISPOW T. s tl m a,
am~mi a"sas~*eamIn mair suse
oiM"o ama e fpat for thewr
IM* Abed 6 GhM 4tue MsterWdye
MW.L Umib atsr MrsI. eAw -
.1 ; J. fL ILT. Kk WALJM Bi
MMM~hat Kas Tlauh. e r. l -
E L BKfl0, J. eJ-msm IL w. Bas-
A BINs. t 8.l. t. letMti Otis
and lA. J. Ul, WC. Thte.,w
=k -MA Martsa &ad W.
Men, UtAue Mr. HAus;3s boy to
h-Mit Brwi, GTa- HoAd iadot the
3. N. vms**. ot Mrs. Bflton'
Mal. of the Gumm" Cttbgua &
ibo, Cftas fa.e to he business
-aD the gU l
A adfn Go Wll Duo" u pevt his
thIs emmedm vry muNc AIpno-
0.IL3 ,, ,e mo mem Mad pos-
aem r str so Datoy, was ia the
iwa ta Ile solM the amlm wen
--~-am Wk trg o rep and et
hai sast theo wa nis thetr, ev-
Sto mo any
.mmd 'M Oad A. B.
L nsa laburg antWtde the hai
-oem reMakerI M* dIee-
~anes te -r can
write F. J. Huber. C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. KIrk and. D. P. A., Tampa. Pla.
Phboe the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. PhIlllps.
The Poo is in the
If you a aot osin
it ow, it's a good
tii to begin. We
sell it ezeltsively 2n
REC1waE THE MONEY
As I expect to be absent from Ocala
for the ext few weeks. I wish to an-
nBasw that Mr. W. T. Gary is as-
tborusd to receive and reeiept any
ameaunts of money subscribed to the
MassaMe lodge room and opera house
lldIagN& A. e. erg.
Secretary Building Committee.
Cap. J. A. Harrison. a Pullman
aeohhgtor Is laying off iOcala trying
to break a fever that be contracted
several weeks ago. He Is the guest
of his staer. Mrs. Carter. Dr. W. V.
Newsom Is attending him.
Mr. UL Turner, of Inverness, sup-
eruiteudent of school for Citrus coun-
ty, was nl town today. Mr. Turner
left for Jacksonvile to attend the
meeting of county superintendents that
will be held there.
Pjof. J. H. Brinson. our popular
superintendent of public Instruction,
went to Jacksonvile today to attend a
meeting of the county superintendents
of the state.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co..,
We, the undersigned, have known
T. 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, Klandw & Marvin. .
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs
family Pills for *constipation.
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron In your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the Iron is hot. No smoke
or dirt and i-at only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxativ-.
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.'
Cleanses the system and is pleasant to
take. Sold by all druggists.
There will be a chicken plllau ex-
tended the public at Stanton on the
Hill by Mr. A. J. Leavengood Satur-
day afternoon, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
There will be boating, bathing and all
manner of pleasant sports. Remem-
ber the time and place.
Many people delude themselves by
saying, "It will wear away," when
they notice symptoms of kidney and
bladder trouble. This Is a mistake.
Take Poley's Kidney Remedy, and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cures
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
of pain, weakness and urinary trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.
Editor Farmer of the Levy County
(Bronson) Times, was among the
Gainesville excursionists and made
the Star a pleasant calL Mr. Farmer
Is one of 'the best editorial writers in
There is no game law'against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
.N .-*1S4._ Los Angeles and San
Franchise, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
40---Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
For further Information call on or
Business success contains n black
art-there Is nothing amyrterliqo about
It Men do not ake fortunes by
what is called luck.
Business success Is attain by leg-
Itimate methods, at the command of
everyone. One secret of taking
money is money at your c......ad.
Opportunities come anomeed.
To profit by an opportunity requIres
quick acceptance after you are satia-
fled of its value.
The successful business men are In-
variably men who do business with a
bank: they are regular customers.
Without a bank's service and belp,
man remains small In a business way.
He lacks a valuable bumsles aid ev-
ery day and at unexpected tham.
We wish you success in your busl-
nesm and Invite you to accept owr help
to further your interests.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
The state uniform examination for
teacher's certificates will begin at 9
a. m. on September 7, 1IM. The work
for white applicants will 9e conducted
at the Ocala High School building and
that for the colored at Howard Aaad-
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.
tr abat mi flhbs
WANTED-A good young nan to
take orders and deliver goods. Apply
at the Star office.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 26c. The Postofflce Drug-
Dr. Abernethy, the great English
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
When, they,are affected, life is In dan-
ger." Foley Kidney Remedy makes
healthy kidney., corrects urinary !r-
regularities, and tones up the whole
system. Sold by all druggists.
Ariscratic BSevines Ala n T-
The following In a straight tip for
the proprietors of the Palnette Park,
Cincinnati. August 27.-W. Kelcey"
Sebwop, who Is heavily Interested n
the Metropolitan Street Railway of
New York. and who owns a 1 e-aere
farm In Glendale, a suburb of this
city. has purchased twenty-five coats
for his $74.79 herd of jersey cows.
The two attemdait whose sole
duties are to look after the cattle,
place these coverings ea them every
morning to protect them from lles.
The teeth of each blooded Jersey are
brushed three times dally. This de-
parture nl dairy farming ais said to re-
suit in better health and better milk.
ROBERT TAYLOR PROMOTED
Everybody knows Robert Taylor.
commercial agent of the Coast Lne.
There is no fairer or squarer man in
the railroad business. Mr. Taylor's
services are appreciated by his line
and he has been promoted to look at-
ter the Interests of the orange and
truck shippers over his line. He will
'endeavor to get the growers acquaint-
ed with the really reliable and re-
sponsible commission men, a&d assist
the growers if every possible way *o
market their crop to the best advant-
age. Mr. Taylor will have headquart.
era in Jacksonville. His many Ocala
friends will Join the Star in congrat-
ulating him on his promotion.
F. U. OF A. ,
The Fraternal Union of America
meets In Yonge's Hall the second
Thursday of each month.
RI. Yonge, P. ].
C. K. Sage. Secretary.
Monday, September 6th, being labor'
day and a holiday, the banks of the
city will be closed for business on
New crop of garden and lower
seeds Just received. Wm. Andesona,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, lNa.
K. of P. meet Monday nlgbt.
(Mr. Hill wil he here t
roadster, which hedr-4uv. p^ x
WE CARRY A COMPLETE MS
WELL AS OTHER AU
REPAIRINS AND TIRE n.-si
PROPTLY AT i.EA#. w
O I *RONN I
woRK *;. i
.. -, '.|
- s4r' ~
is io sale byL aHgood dealers If
Yom sdoemnt have it veift tosot I
Outfit lio dj a beauli24
id heAt rss~
NYIONAL L A
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of St Joseph. Youag
Boys from 3 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical Intel-
lectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location, Magnificent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schbolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUV IOR.
SL Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Plorid
FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7TH
Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by
We have Just received one
Lawn Mower Grinders, a we
for the purpose of grinding .
does the work perfectly. If yO will
your patronage; we gwranutee to
Mower in better ormnition than th
it It will be sharp, ad sta shap
old style way, which is usually i
rienced workman with a file or a"li
Next time your
brftg Ut mw g1or
mVrs- ft ae ma".a Ind
..tl v I .
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms It desired.
FOR SALE-Haarvard patno, nearly
new: S125 easy .terms. A. M. Lans-
ford, phone 323, Ocala.
KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill It by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that Invites appendicitis. curing con-
stipation, biliousness, chills, malaria,
headache and Indigestion. 2Se at all
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How is that. This Is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new S-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that 1
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them In your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonle,
at the Court Pharmacy.
HOUSE TO RENT
On Fort King avenue, one of-the most.
modern and convenient residences In
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-
THE BEST PROT uC i ION
Not a slqgle 'phone has burned In a
house In Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, 16 per quarter In ad-,
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.
HOME FOR SALE
A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sized house,
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to F. W. Ditto, city.
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week. |
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished; j
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October.
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
A $40 scholarship in the Stanley
Business College. of Thomasville. Ga.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
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 bv all druggists.
;~4,6 ). .~
14~:~y A~5U35 51g.
toad* of 5-inch Cambriec edging and a narrower
InMrti, worth up to S0, at only
miha ~of 13 lach Cambric Edging-and a narrower
wlth of Inmwtion, worth up to 20c, a only
|0lo6 .im of 17-inch Cambric Wdgiug, suitable for
'. covers, worth 29c, at only
enough of the above to supply the demand, there.
.. ."fore you hbeed not feel any hesitancy about at-
tending this sale.
"mmIN WILL IIDAR ~ir
*ugu-sssesssusuuu~V iuVs W;V
'95, II.o leatn
bon, lowrs FEUh
ew Fall Millinery,
tLiiamed and un-
At all kinds, Rib-
V,, Veilings and
a every day.
' Formal announcement of the opening
of the new fall gds will bemade in a
E&S MARY AFFLECK
Next to Munroe & ChambliU Bank
001 0 e1msieiiem s, Of w -wee $999 .600,
w -------- W6
~. 4wm ALL KRET
'VWFALL PRESING LU
"d a m, ritma Mo
Unle Joe Bbufed, the brick mason,
went to the lake yesterday fo do some
Rose-Vlolet Talcum, 25e. the bottle,
at the PotoMce Drugstore-
Mr. H. C. Groves, the Ocala and
Tampa druggists, Is here for 'a few
R. C. Davs a co, og Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 7Sc.
each; 87.6 per dooam.
Reports are current that Mr. C. V.
Miller has sold a large tract of land
in the Summer eld district and in the
sale of which Nathan Mayo will get a
good fat slice oM the price.
Three cents win fan you fur ten
hours. Get one of those C-Inch We-
ttlngboust fan from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. B. J. Johnson. a prosperoas
young Marion county farmer, was In
town yesterday and autographed for
VOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this oflce.
We have in our city a voum man
Mr. P. B. Beckham
Fernandina, where he
of phosphate rock for
is home from
loaded a cargi.
Mr. Charles S.
MrA. M. C. Looney returned from
Jacksonville yesterday, where she met
her young sort,. who had spent the
summer with relatives in Atlanta.
Mr. Will Goin. with the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank. returned yesterday
from a visit to Black Mountain, N. C.
Is wife and children will return home
Mrs. Maxie Lyles and little Dorothy
returned home yesterday from a visit
to friends at Gainesville.
Archie Ingram of Jacksonville, with
the Merrill-Stevens Chipbuilding Co.,
is the guest for a few days of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. ePter Ingram.
Charles Peyser. of the El Tropiceo
cigar factory, received an order yes-
terday for six thousand Grand Royals.
They went to the old Bay State.
Mrs. Hugh Haycraft returned yes-
terday from her visit to the eastern
markets, where she purchased a fine
line of millinery for the firm of Hay-
.raft & Decamp.
E S. Ausley. the turpentine distiller
who had never paid a cent to see a
baseball game. threw his quarter down
Mrs. Hall, of Leesburg. who ;pent
the summer with Georgia friends, re-
turned home yesterday.
Clarence J. Smith. the factor in af-
fairs at Weir Park, returned yesterday
from a visit to his old home in Clarks.;
IBOS WHO U
Are making 50c, 75c
and $1 a day, hustl-
ing for the 0. K.
WHY NOT YOU?
CALL AT ONCE
ay, Sept. 6th
Better luck tuody, boys.
That "Kid" Myers is the goods.
We've got em going: now watch as
"Neversweat" Bullock was on fiBrat
He's from Ocala. you know.
The U. C. boys are going to ran In
a left-handed article today, and they
Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Flour. Ev-
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Two cases were tried la Judge Beirs
court yesterday afternoon. Lee An-
derson was convicted of assault and
battery and sentenced to "our montha
in jail. and Will Owens for the larceny
of a watch was sentenced to six months
in Jail. Both are colored and hail
awim s a n Asa~ma*u
aity. New Mirrors Made anda Oldn Omm eUItrYI ,
Frosting, Gilding, Graining, Kalolpmaig, t Mai. .
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-~prmall t
ALL WORK GUARA NTID
claim he Is as good or better than money. It is
the "Doc." but don't you know they an Ocals ian. with S!
used the top layer in that firs game? that would choke the
** Coast U e einge i
"Doe" Wllion, did you say was his curilon tralK.-steed MI b6 .
name. Well, he sure pitched a game. formed the vistIpg /A b 1
,. "cover" anyt Ung they bad *hb
"Jimmie" Windham was sure pitch- didn't want them ,to
ing some ball yesterday. Jimmie had there was no "Oesia to
to do It, you know. *. *;
S* "Jake" Jrt handi thi d**
Did you see Pounds lam it out for and well, altho h 0"0, -
two sacks? And adian' t make you IKicked some. Tou -to ..W ,O-I_
sick when he lost it all on third? 'when you get one that wV bt 'Jabs
Oh. mother, but didn't Pounds hit Wasn't that a hot eiab
that ball. But old hard luck came handled on a~etS ? W wgIt 's*ibi
along and nabbed him on third. too, for we didn't intend. hi to 0
0 0 that one.
Two of the best behaved teams ever h "
opposing each other on the local dia- Walker and Myrstd b 1 10
mond. and they wanted It so bad. ticket, and a winintg fm e ,J .-
* watch Walker cover that d.M I K
When Gainesville came here several you want to see so thing pI tty.
weeksI ago "framed up" for a ball *
game and went home victorious, the Bridges A Corer L d 0 -
report was circulated that the Oak thinly th tenth and l|e- a mi 41.
Hall fans couldn't find any "Ocila the team, asd whMe thy a-e SW tft
Sj .. ob the thirteenth is nt besa
TE A The Oak OaE a -
chance to tally IU the ulx Wb-4"wO
IHE AIR Uon bases with o ly OW M
SDe Hendricksl ad ay aentd eut
on" and there we ft"a I Thf W
too much for Oa who "Nmui
M oving Pi t anxious to "call It am!'.It wa $MI
Moving Pictur eso.was ast bemngO W
and-- M usi called at the end st te -
an Mu c Gainesvilne Sun, rd.
b B h 5-tOn- before the seventh wham a I i*
Son second and noh-y oft,- Ui
3I any one wa asxli Ieto It
Ni W PICITRRB VERY DAY must ,hae bee
folks, for evyeIe Ie
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT on the streets aftrO
oith for r lVil ninth. s t'n
Wampu toethis3vm~ ninth.
I am prepared to take any Job of THE INDIAN TRAILER
painting no matter how large or how i (Fu Reel.)
small, or how fine the work desired;
may be. I have the material, brube A BABTS SHOE
and knowledge to paint and do VI (lIll Reel.)
right. Houses painted inside and out
training, gilding. hard oil f0nistlll. A TIMELY APPARITION
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Tate and skill guaranteed WILBUR WRIGHT AND HIS MA-
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leave word JESTY, KING EDWARD VII
at the Star office. K. W. FUlyaw.
Te Air Dame was S IRk
last nigbt. and the people wwO
ed with "The Cadl Oe thim Wd ." T
principal plke taWI t e 'fb" e IMsb
Trailer," a western .tys,.4 .
terie to any of C
tures There wl alI
Shbe." a most tn.hlng attl
1 1 mom- 4 Y i
Filing cases at the Ocala Xews Co.
"Waukeshas" wger Ale at Ballard's.
Picture pusle post cards at the
Everybody ii beginning to sing the
glories Of our cool nights.
Mrs. Minnie Bntick. the milliner.
rIc, ived :t .Ar,.- uousignment of fall
hati yesterday by express.
Mr. Booker of the International
Harvester Co, from Winter Park. is
in the city on business with the com-
pany*s distributors, the Marion Hard-
Miss Wieneki of Jacksonville. who
has been visiting Miss Heater Dewey.
at the Montesuma hotel, has returned
home and Miss Dewey accompanied
her to spend two weeks In Jacksonville
as her guest.
Mr. Harper of Gainesville, the bright
young son of Mr. A. R. Harper of this
city and Jacksonville, was in town to-
day and made the Star an appreciated
Mr. W. B. Taylor, manager of the
Baird Hardware Co.. Galnesville. with
hsl son. Glover Taylor. took in the ball
game yesterday. Mr. Taylor is one of
the most enterprising and successful
business men of his town.
Miss Florrie Cook. who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Albert Gerig,
returned home today.
Mr. John Gamble of Dunnellon Is at
Mr. John B. Floyd of St. Augustine,
was a guest of the Montesuma today.
Mrs. Floyd and the children have Just
upturned from Irvine, where they have
been spending two months.
Mr. W. J. Cooper of Dunnellon is In
the city today, a guest of 'the Monte-
Mr. Dick Hall of Eastlake. a deputy
sheriff, was in the city today.
Mr. W. H. Porter of Juliette and W.
L Polk of Morriston. were guests of
'the Montezuma last night.
. The Ocala House has 67 arrivals
yesterday and every room In the house
Mr. T. M. Jones of Columbus, Ohio,
is a guest of tne Ocala House.
Major T. C. Hall of Gainesville. Ga.,
Is in the city looking after his busi-
utes interests here.
Mr. D.' ZCot of Citra is at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. Davis of New York,
are guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. S. M. Davis of Gainesville. for-
merly of this county, Is at the Ocala
With a l -e -e vtr, -rs- OmnCaaa
The Gainmevlle-Ocals gam the
largest attended daring th s
and by far the most latereaI, w Alam Syukn fA v r '.
the talk of taue town yesterday. Tp o Mianapoi, MiI i F
excursion from Gainesville arrived
at 2: 20 with thirteen co aches leaded w
down with people. mostly arom the theyhvm f t in Ulis'.
University City. who case to carry
back the scap of the Omi a baseball r a
The crowd at the ball gr mda was 71
variously estimated rom 121S to -
24e. The grandstand and bleachers MRS. JJEWI HAYCRAFT "11" B
were packed and Jammed and the
first and third base foul liaes were '*
lined with people from the grdtadstan
to the fence, to say nothing of the *
numerous automobiles and carriages
full of people. The rooters of both
sides were very much In evidence and IL
from the noise they made eme could
see their interest was intense. R .
The train was late and consequently
the Ga nesville team did not show up
at the grounds until 4 o'clock and be- Our Mrs. Hayeraft has bought on r splediM idse It or IIma l
ing stiff fromtheirride they were I all millinery and the mew goods are v d e .
which delayed the game and eventual- pretty line of imported and domestic ,tri.amed Ifats it. l
ly forced by J. J. Gerig. who uapir- shapes. Also all styles and a great range ofi pr ia t
ed, to call it in the seventh s account Our stock of plumes, bought early before the
of the threatening rain and darkness the fest ever shown hre. Also t e utl
The Oak Hails were first to bat and
when e a first man up hit the frest thing. Velvets and silks for trimm1ag. IFXh ia
ball pitched, the rooters from our kinds. Mrs. Haycraft spent three weeks to the anwa 4
neighboring city let loose In good Ing the styles and making the saeectlons a m person n d ti
style and the Ocala fans were on the lag we have this fail Just what thlb#pbi e pb 6 ov a S'
anxious seat But not for long. Jnm- pprecate. Come n and see the new T""
mie Windham was the twirler for the appreciate. Come In and see the new good
locals and right here he began to
pitch ball, allowing only three hits
and striking out eleven batters dur- *
ing the seven Innings.
It was a pitchers' battle. Dr. Wilson. Jill l
9f American, Ga., who has the reps- -.A
station of pitching 6 games and los- Wa hio .e. k
ing only two of that number, was on If48hiUrA IU elUihPNU.h*1J
the mound 'for the visitors, and with a
runner, Pounds, on second and no North Ave. and Pesactrse Str, Atlasta Gta. llna t Ul
outs he held the locals down to a girls and young ladles. Boarding de partsmeat strictly a
shut-out Gainesville had both see- fied home life. Classes divided Into aMOaaM setim to
ond and third covered in the sixth, strUactio. Faculty of eighteen speelllsta. Oin
with one out and Windham settled Ic, Art, Expreiom. Certificate admits you to V r, W. f
down and struck 'out the next two Macon, etc. Thirty-second year begins' Sep er f. 3 .
batters. plicatlon. L. 0. SCOTT. E A 1 M TT .
The game was undoubtedly the
most Intensely Interesting and excit- Da' ''O:O
ing of the season, or of any season,
for that matter, and when It waa seen
that darkness was approaching and "It r -^ .
would have to be a called game. many n l I t l IH I .". i
were disappointed, but we venture to
say there were some on both sides "-
who congratulated themselves over OFFICE IN ROLER BLOCK,. OCATA- $rAlMnA. ,O , t
the fact that It was called. OA- ; ,
The Oak Halls have strengthened CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEik tAN P
their team considerable by the addi-
tion of several South Georgia men. We have a stone crusher at wolk 5 O -als. -a- mag pagu-'r '"
and the game today prom ,s, to le ki~d.Ins ofCement Work, build Fundat-ions, m aki.t C-ement-
the finest ever. The visitors have an- Brick., Build Sidewalks. Artificial Stone 'enees aStes e'-.u,'s
there nill introduce te today a nd Walker Blocks for Foundations for iouse work. which "leek htter t ab
t,,, ,, ,nto_ to ,. .are cheaper. Warehouse* ad Crusher on A. f. t"- gu.
will fill the box for the locale, which '" 'kd'i
is ample assurance that no matter -, ,.. .
who handles the sphere for*the Oak .
Halls, Ocala will have his equal. If
you did not see the game yesterday. /
you missed half of your life, and If VIRO N W o
you don't see the one today, you will --,,
miss the other half. besides the base- T" t UP-TO-DAT .-
ball association needs your patronage A ,
and the team all the rooters In town. HOUSE AND SIO PAIN
e SHOUSEn anD S .
At theGam i Card Signs Desiped nd Made. 1Pfj ;
S... ....1 *, ..... ...-s ..- a A *- W AM
V. )j. -1
,\ T eaton in motor cars for
S 46 ersbDetroit There is
no ned to yanythingfor this car
Write T. ABERNJETHY,
SL KM muVe -M Doeaers
of enii Forida
460d dlk asboftOmCwk
e lm m a -dim-i~ hu
~~iLw slm iUhl SW pan.-
A d Me bIii ad d a"d
NIGHT & LANG
j' ** I
L j ONS COI..LL EGE
-.S AUK0Y 0AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
Mili Aii 6otut AND *IDUSRIAL AiRT, AND
Owi mM A 8, m"a's 46rmtery ew completed: electric
o u be at k f: lage s utay: pwrtect health condl-
^ i natis hletr ds. beating, teniis courts, golf ItaksU:
;*A* Chim ioss e ch a temus S r In .m.
:': MMmei fMavs endowmet;: espeses nederate;
C Gdom .Adit he I P et
Ift 3.. Wteer Park. Fla.
~flseeu~s~sI~aaoseeAMeea~s as m.esidessed
UM NWWWA COTeuOn'u
TME OMY MARKE
SIeis baft dire thatne the
-b O 4 090Ot -Ie'A. D. 18W #At
a* der 41emakb Hr~es, Uf for
sq'n w eft
If Sam of ty," wil ba w
aw fte am esuqm; mat"
4 reba~lu ther"gh to accept
to~~~~. bew Uit "Vh the city
%~sbe'0 1er the mnId th day at.
AL 06 tIDOS. 3. 3 Mefut.
pooment 4 the City CounciL
&~am: IL C. nbsuisk,
Ok clt ohf t"ya oc ocasb
4p .b, all we Go"y a fug Use at
11*d Crtrs Inks: ls
pm. frei 1 upA at the Ocala
k MeWem d TA2 I I
eat regular methly meeting will
be held Friday evenln, Sept. 10th, at
;:N 3 clock in Tom's BalL Visiting
sovergma a r always, welcome.
IM LUttl, C. C.
ChLs. R. Usfe. Clerk.
Meets second Tuesday
j evening In each month
until October. Visit-
Ing beathre always welcome.
Bradford Webb, Ealted Ruler.
Stephen JeWkt Oecretary.
CoMveatlios held every Mon.
day 6vennag In Castle Hall,
V over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knight.
Sidney Halle. C. C.
Ca1m. K. SaIs K. of I. aad S.
The first Saturday In October will
soon be here. We ask that every one
o Florida givre the earnings of that
day to the Florida IMptist Orphanage
Arcadia. Fie. This Institution Is for
poor white orphans of the state of
norida. itrespectve of religious creeds
or nationality. If you do not earn
anything on the first Saturday In Oc-
eober, send us the earnings of some
other good day. With many this Is a
very happy day, because they are
working to help the orphans. We need
means to maintain and train and ed-
ucate these orphans, and others that
But let me mention another matter.
More than twenty months ago we be-
gan a sanitarium which we have con-
atsatly needed. Today the brick walls
stand complete and bare. because we
have not had the money to go forward
with the work. Please help us to fin-
ish this building.
Will not merchants, every business
orSanisation, people In every occupa-
tion, churches, Sunday schools wom-
an's societies young people's unions
and organizations, secret orders, every
bIdIvidual In the state send us help
to go forward with the work and fin-
ish the salntarium which we have
Seeded so lo. Send money to
B. M. Bean. Arcadia, Fla.
HAVE YOU A BAEY
Then watch It closely. And above
all things don't let It suffer for any
length of time with worms-that if
fataL If Its completion gets yellow
Mario Ceut's Lows Ceored ld.s-
trid Semel w ill Com.ne the
Term Very Apiciausly
The Fasmenden Academy and Indus-
trial School, out near the hard read.
north from the rity, opens Monday.
The school has steadily grown dur-
ing the past eleven years from an en-
rollment of thirteen students to more
than three hundred. The industrial
features of the school have been re-
sultful. The lessons in practical farm-
ing, carpentry, sewing and cooking
have been the means of helping many
to better ways of doing these things.
The academic standards are creditable
and many of those who have ulebed
the course of study are doing good
service at teachers..
The plant is quite a good one, eon-.
slating of seven two-story houses and .
a number of smaller buildings. The
school has something over two hun-
dred acres of land and the other
school appointments fn the way of!
desks, library, furniture, etc., make It
a most desirable place for the In-
provement of our colored youth. Al
colored parents should, If poslble.
avail themselves t the opportunities
for the Improvement of their children
to be had at Pme ndea Academy. No
other school In the state is considered
a better place and located as It is out
from the city,. at Peemenden, every ad-
vantage possible can be had.
The. following teachers will Serve
1*-1S91: Prof. J. L. WIley, Pessen-
den. Fla., principal; Mrs. Joae A.
Wiley. Nashville. TeU., primary de-
partment and music Miss Viola Jack-
son, Chattanooga, Tenu., high school;
Miss Mattle B. Brown. Ralelsgh N. C..
grammar department: Miss Jeanie
Louise Chl lress. DetroIt, Mbchigs,
Intermediate department; Mr. WA. H.
Chlldress. Detroit. Mle ., agricultural
and high school; Miss Addle Ward,
Martin. Fla. primary department;
primary department;: Msi Cherry
Brown, Williston, Fla., cooling and
domestic science. Teachers of sewing
and carpentry to be supplied.
Principal Wiley, who has spent the
summer at Feissenden and pther parts
of Florida, is now a# the school get-
ting preliminaries arranged. The other a
teachers will be at Feassnden by
The school has many warm support.
ers and # Is greatly desired by them e
that each year's werk shall be better
than the one preceding.
Marion county's large colored pop-
ulation, together with that of the
other counties of central and south
Florida, should take great pride In the C
school and it should be filled to Its 0
GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENT IS
WITH ALFILARIA SEED e
In connection with the Bureau- of 0
Plant Industry of the Department of d
Agriculture. the Forest Service has g
been carrying on a series of experl- o
ments relative to the reseeding o( C
over grazed areas upon the National. ,
Forests In the West. I
Among other Important forage I1
plants selected for experimental work a
-. ~It has bern
- 'a ..
ro h oo md
h' k -OfAo -mm
Di. Piquce's Favwuis NacriptIAOMa
gnqm L& :- e m
As a oothing =d ~epi
EvuM Wouw qta "mD.
a MIII Pis were 4*1*
ONi. A mhas Mea a'0
1 the cOmmo alelart ( emIM I
utarlum) of the southwest m ewt
mtry. This sple-did tera- mat
rows all over thew deserts ot osethel
Malforna, MAba ad New M
Lad fundmoe smof the hbes
or fattening live steak, e.epe.w
beep. 1know to the selipagh
rows tohe to spring w -
eed to mst u desrable .&" in' a A
rek willu cover the desert with a tk l
ree.. blanket utUl It leoo1s, alo t
ike an alfalfa fld. The plant gm*.
raly reaches a *-'-um height a t
rom eight In teka mehes laN af tn
reeks and i six weekn more hbs a A
led dows ant blown away leaving tW
round as ba as a oo r. The seeds
f this plant have bees carried frMe
alftoma. in the wool of mivaltbm
heep. into the -adj inae pate. b
while It lO grw M-at haigh tltltde.
t does not reach any peatriheight
above an eSevatles f.Se.
The fitst obstacle the goveri2 t
experts ran agao st was the Impo-
iuty of obtaiMfg seed In the op-k
markets that would germinate. g The
Need commands a high price ad b
ad to obtain but tof samples pur .
haied from varims seed 6ummse the
terminating power was never higMher .
tan thirteen per emenl. and the aver- 4
go of several samples was about,
Eight per cent.
In order to determine. If pemlble,
where the fault lay, In the non-ger-
minating power of the emo d prdseas-
plat experts. Arthur W. SampoaI,
Into the feld in Smuthern Californa
where aillaria was known to he moet
abundant, with orders to father seed
of this plant and make a careful study
of the conditions governing Its growth.
This has been done and It is very
evident If the seed can be gathered at
the proper time and ue proper con.
dtions, It will have a high germinast-
ing power. Sample of the seed
gathered by Mr. Sampnon showed a
germination of over ninsty-ome pe
cent, which is certainly high enoug.
to be -*tftfactory to any purchaser.
Mr. Sampson has been able to out-
line a method of gathering this seed
by which one man can gather a very
large amount with very little treobhl
Enough of the seed An be easily se-
cured with a high germinative power
with which to make experamental
plantings on several of the Natlomal
Forests where thst plant would make
an admirable addition to the local
forage supply. AllBria. under noer-
mal coltions, seems to be best In a
son composed mostly of decomposed
granite, but It is believed It will bour.
ish in most light sandy oils where
there is suffclent moisture in the
early spring to start the growth.
Now that the Forest Bervice BsO
shown bow. to gather the seeds there
A no doubt btt that the loeal seed
OWen will nw av tbhemlves of the eO-
pernaBt and that tn the future the
grade of seed sold by seed men wiM b
of a muh better germinativeo s'teth.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayltis. a merchant of
Roblnosuvtle. Del, wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick and
coughed all the time and If I did na
____ b B qa have consumption, It was near to It.
nth.l^td.--.,-I commenced using Fbley's money ani
.f 8 h cata.rh a e iTar. and It stopped my cough, and
MI ofa omS a now I am entirely well, and have gali-
s for tir f -oncfdl Ied twenty-eight pounds, all due *o
MU I bve taken b= ers r good results from taking Foley's
MlU a, Bbdhin lbt w t Ma aL M I Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
tf iCMe-- sttexieve i m is Ba day gists.
thm all n ef a I bhaw nW= umeUf i
a year." e- Jsc aGuMe. BARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
asss. Pldsdite, Paent. Tasseo There will be a barbecue at Oak
De GOss. er Slbm.Wekeba oe Ge. Grove on Saturday. Sept. 11th, one
L s.Imams sccc Su."MIs mile south of Pleasant ill church.
O ~ sn r for those who like to dnaee, also horse.
_____ There will be good music and platform
_ --- _--
leg race Everybody Is Invited Ito
Le i come. ring your asset and enjoy the
Take cars of yoar stomee. Et .o-
PEITERAND OHLMER dol digest all thet" pm eat, for
amemnde ad R P"OkbIrma. P"t16
&m' m ab 19
ww q w b 1-*
by.iq a udm "
Raw 1-- ked n toI
swam peom b
bg an beft"om hm Me oiwe.
Win Keld iugthk a
-06nd MOWl. -A sk 1 Il
sulhvim* a i ao
it to de-ft hewm r is lu
ft emonwta wb n,
a lo de-an a4WhSe
damask b Ik-I I-Uwhw 1
*0 a "Il .1
Is aD staton of life, whome vIr ad
vitality may have be mndemnld sad
tokeB down by over work, exStl
msoal dues, the too feqwat beainr4 e
eldrecd or other eauMe. will upt Dr.
Piereo Favorite Prescripti the -m
Thai sor ellftsa.mra Ner o d euu
waainledo fds at s
Ubhe, l0caarhal dailtr- kur flow
la to t=6 or from dtbfl or km-
pW ur t bohly poerietr mtft a e d-
St parts wSlo-, w tIn y A per ne
ent spte iS sad a an M
This wor Mtfamed spr octar ma
of Par nt" know Wr t d *XPertlma
wee or oly and pfil the aiovs Is
Dert of 1o vorhte PrlerfUm s
re glyearic exactm of theebeheast a-
mlive medlnal roo without a drop of
aloel in I make-o All its lpdi-
eat printed in plain Eelhon ita bottle=
Srapper d attted under oath. Dr.
Pierce thus tnvites the ifulest tlvutlg.
loe of his formula knowing that It ill
be fond to cotaiw onmo the be agents
know to the most advanced m die a
science of all the differed ahools of pac-
tice for thoe cure of woman's llbu
weaksaen and ailment.
If you want to know maore ahat the
cmpositlon and profedonal andorse-
mat of tbhe Farte Prueprlp 'swMo"
t card eqfet to Dr. I. V. re
WmOIC.Y. 1,Wr h1isw bardlM Von&
1-Of e UM* ca _* *e u
Wate for this remedy bases.o o p.moeM
a Mcret Mostraua qf n nw=
WaL Dal deoL
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