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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03263
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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thu .esnio Wel6eme 6toIntrepid
American -
openalgen, Denmark, Sept. 4.-
When Dr. P. A. Cook, the Arctic ex-
ploer ta" fender of the North Pole.
reached here ae the steamer last
night, he wasi et by a committee on
the steamer Melehoir. from the geo-
graphical society. A reception was
planned for Dr. Cook who Is to meet
the king this morning and receive
his majesty's oeagrstumtious. The
other entertainments I ltde banquets
by the minister of cmereo. mnaielpal
council and American Minister gan.L
There will also me a luncheon tender-
ed Dr. Cook by the king.

A new runabout automobile for ale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cont. If Interested, address "Au-
tomobile." carn tar office.

Dr. Cook Lived Like an Eskime i His
Journey Over the l to
the Psi.
Shages. Denmark, Sept. 4.-News-
paper correspondents who went aboard
the steamship Hans Esede from the
pilot steamer which put out from this
point yesterday, were able to get a
short Interview with Arctic Explorer
Dr. Cook ascribes his success in dis-
covering the pole to the fact that he
used the old methods In his journey.
He had Eskimos and Eskimo dogs. He
says he lived like an Eskimo.
Giving a hurried sketch of the et-
pedition. Dr. Cook said: "I struck a
westerly course from Greenland and
then moved northward and arrived
at the pole at 7 o'clock on the morn-
ing of April 21. 1901. with only two
Eskimos. I took daily observations
for a fortnight jbfore our arrival at
the pole.
"On the return trip we were forced
to take a more westerly course. For
the first ten days I took observations
daily and recorded them. I was un-
able to measure the depth of the sea.
as I hadn't the necessary Instru-
ments. The lowest temperature re-
corded was U degrees centigrade be-
low se. ThIs Is equal to 117 below
seroe. Fhrenhet."

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
bad affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But." writes his
mother. "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
tern completely cured him." For erup-
tions. eczema, salt rheum. sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only 50c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
Repreentatives f the Lineal Des-
eendants of Vulcan at the Alaska-
Yuke n Fair
Seattle. Sept. 4.-The Smith family
had Its Inning at the Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific exposition yesterday. The
management of the big fair set aside
the day as "n mith Family Day." and
all belonging to the clan. whether
spelling the name in the plain, old-
fashioned way or changing It to
"Smythe." were made welcome. Sev-
eral thousand availed themselves of
the Invitation. They were so numer-
our. In fact, that when a practical
Joker on the Pay Streak called out
"Hello. Smith." every man In sight
turned in answer to the salutation.
The oldest Smith and the youngest
Smith were there, as were also the
handsomest and the homeliest Smith.
the fattest Smith and the leanest,
Smith. not to mention a small army
of beautiful Smith maids and matrons.
They came not only from Seattle and
Its suburbs, but from Portland, Ta-
coma and other points at a distance.

Carlisle Center. N. Y.. 0. B. BurhanA.
writes: "AbouJ four years ago I wrote
you that I hid been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and aft.-r
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." Poley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
by all druggists.
Lesitani bDsked New Yerk en the
Feowth Day from Quesaswtswn
New York, Sept. 4.-Three new
ocean records fell to the Cunard liner
Lusitania on her latest trip from
Queenstown, which ended last night.
The LAsitania made the passage In
four days. 11 hours and 42 minutes.

We offer One Hundi
ward for any case of c
not be cured by Hall
P. J. Cho

We. the underqigfn
P. J. Cheney for tit- I.
believe him perf-ctly
business transactions
able to carry out any
by his firm.
Walding. Kinna
Wholesale Druggi
Hall's Catarrh Cure
ally. acting upon the
cous surfaces of the
monlals sent free Pi
tie. Sold by all drug
Family Pills for conm

Monterey. Mex..
thousand is now the
of those in Monterey
lives in the recent o
Santa Catarina river,
will probably be
complete reports are
along the valley's stre

Hired Dollar iP.0-
atarrh that an-
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>enuy & c... Several Methods by Which Dr. Cook A
Toledlo. n. Could Ascertain When he Reached
ed. have kniO ii
a.zt 17. year. anl the Pole
honor.,ble in .'0, L
:and lioant i;.'a ; Atlanta. S,.pt. 4-Prof. J. B. Ed-
oiligations nj:..ilt Tirds. who o culpies the chair of.
physics at the Georgia School of Tech- 1 g .Weli Fre .
n & Marvin. nuliogsy. .asm asked to make a state-
yts. Toledo. O. me-nit eroncernilng Dr. (Cook's probable! Wawa at ny
is taken inter n- dicov,-ry of the notth jile, how it i
blhoud and noi- wa3 a m.'>, he* and if any Irrefu-1 "". A G
zy-t.m. T.'ti- tIi- r-%iden-e of the discovery could JOBN W. HARDING
ric-e T7.., pcr lt.,-I .v brought out. said:
it.f. Tak-e all -WVhile. l am not in a position to
xtipation. .sieak authoritatively. I know by **'. ** **.. .W- .
.study and observation that the def-I .m- -
OF inite location of the pole is purely an
ITEREY FLOOD astronomical problem. Probably the, CHIATIER II.
szurst method, and the one used, waq C E 1.
Sept. 4.-Three t) mvwinr"- the orbit of the North or AM SMIT. superintendent of;
official estimate Zone star in its circuit about the pole She Latin Amerlcan Steamship;
v who lost their within twenty-four hours. There is company's docks. had arrived Ir'
overflow of the no star directly over the pole. or at response to the president's sum-i
and to this total 'least none visible save under a pow- monm. conveyed to him by the tele'
added 500 when erful t. Ie'score. It would be neces- phone. Smith. kDnow to bhis famillars!
e received from ':ry. 0..-refore. to take some large as Jimsy. was a talL gaunt angular'
am and its trib- tar. such as the North star, and man. bearing all over him the stamp
ineasur,- its smallest orbit. .... .
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utary. mte son ujuan.

Dunnellon. Pla.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-IT
have sold Iall' Texas Wondfr of St.
Louis. Mo.. for six yards. Very hot-
tie I sell adds a customer for it. It is.
a genuine cure for kidney. bladder andl
rheumatic troubles. (.-o. Ohninacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each

Tampa Will be Destroyed by the
Wrath of the Lord Sept. 18
Tampa. Fla.. Sept. 4.-Disappointed
because their phophecy that Tampa
was to be wiped off the map by a
great disaster. Sept. 1. failed to (come
true, thirty foot-sore and weary dis-
ciples of the "Unknown Tongue" re-
turned to this city yesterday from Du-
rant, twenty-five miles from here.
Several days ago the party .sold
their all here and moved to Durant.
which they were told would be out-
side of the stricken zone.
The prophecy has now been revised
to read Sept. 18.
Most Ocala People Have a Weak Part
and Too Often It's the Back
Everyone has a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist.
Dull aching keeps up day and night.
Tells you the kidneys need help--
For backache is really kidney-ache.
A kidney cure is what you need.
Doean's Kidney Pills cure si.k kidl
Cure backache and all urinary ills..
Mrs. W. R. Pell, of Third St.. San-
ford, Fla.. says: "I anm ph-ased to
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills taking
In view what they have done for me.
I have suffered from backache a great
deal and at times was so lane that I
could scarcely turn in bed. Some
mornings my condition was sua'h that
I found it difficult to, dun-,s myself.
Whenever I st(ooe;vd, sli'-i, pains
would dart through my liIly, -spe-
claUy In the region of my kidney.s. I
also had some trout,0 from the tooy
frequent action of the kid n* :. secre-
tions. After I had tilee several reme-
dies with only slight benefit. I heard
of Doan's Khdn.-y Pills and pru)roeld
a box. I used them and they brought
me the desired relief. I am now able
to rest well at night. am free from
pain and lamenes and fell stronger
and better In every wav."
Plenty more proof like this fromi
Ocala people. ,all nt T'ding: & ,Co,.'.
drug store aod ask what th>'ir custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dIalers. Price r.f
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., IuhflTalo
New York. sole agents for the lUnites'
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Montgomery. Ala.. Sept. 4 -A posse
is hunting in the country in the vi-
cinity of this city for William Steven-
son. who shoot his wife and step-
daughter. killing the latter almost
Stevenson had lieen separated from
his family for several we-.ks. leav-
ing them because of a dispute with
the woman and her daughter. Yes-
terday he appeared at the house with
a shotgun, and after a few words
with his wife opened fire on her. She
fell. badly wounded and her daughter
rushed in to see what th, tralle was.
Stevenson then shot her; the. l.aid en-
tering her abdomen. She fell mortal-
ly wounded and died soon afterward.
"All thought- I'd *IO. my 1, '" write,
J. A. Swenson. W.tertown. Wis.. "Teni
years of eczema,. that I.1, doct,ros could
not cure. had n: last laiiil me up Thena
Bucklen's Arnica Salv.'e t'd it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruiltions.
eczema, salt rheum,. b..ils. f.,ver sFres.
burns. scald-s. cuts and piles. 2".e at
all druggists.

"As to any Irrefutable evidence that
Dr. took could bring out to prove his
contention that he had found the
pl.. I ktow none. Other explorers.
as th.y s.t forward their mov-ments.
havt I',.ft some fixed mark to show
where they had reached. This I as-
iIm.,-. is the only thing Dr. Cook could
do. And it is presumed that once
h.!vin)g established the location of the
pole. it would he easier in the future.
for Dr. Comk or others to reach it. If
it is proven true thet he has found
the pole, he has won imperishable
f: me."
It is al'o stated that an observation
shiowing no longitude and 90 degrees
latitude would indicate the pole.

*T" 1 Blood b The Ule.
Science has never gone beyond thd
above im ple statemt.nt of scnpture. Rut
It has illuminated that statement and
given it a wm'aning ever broadening with
the increasing breadth of knowledge
When the blood is "bad! or impure it
is not alone the body which suffer
through disease. The brain ia also
clouded., e mind and Judgement an
ffcted, and-any an evil deed or impure
U1o ght'QD ii cly traced to the
Impo ofrtbe f n'lul. impurewoob
ran be mad gre bT the inmpo fL j
Pierce's Golden Medlial DiscoveryV J
enriches and nuriti the blood thereby
curing, pimples, blotches eruptions and
other cutaneous affections, as eczema,
better, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations of impure blood.
@ @ *0 S00
In the cure of scrofulous swellings, em
large glands, open eating ulcers, or old
ores. the "Colden Medical Discovery *has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
It is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Hiealing Salve, which poa-
eyses wonderful healing potency whes
used as an appHication to the sores in con-
junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery" ai a bloud cleansing coosti-
tutiohal treatment. If your druggist
don't happen to have the "All-Healing
Salve" in stock, you can easily procure It
by inclosing tifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., and It will come to you by
return post. Most druggists keep it as
well as the 'Golden Medical Disovery."
9 9 @ @
Yon can't afford to accept any medicine
of vek-nown composition as a substitute
for "(Golden Medical Discovery," which is
a medicine OF KNOW COMPOoTIol,
having a complete list of Ingredients In
plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the
same being at&testd as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
nd navigator stomach, Uver Iad bowel

Flegant furnishe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. IL C.




IP. 0. Box 46.




Ouir i' by our new process is froz-
en at :i itmp-.rature of eight to ten

thereby clipping 3 hours and 19 min- Our school began last Monday. d-igr,--s ;io,\' zuro, is as clear as cry.-
utes from her fastest previous time: August 30th. We have secured Miss I tal and a- pliure as can be made. We
she maintained an average speed of Carrie Holly for principal te acher and I zu:arante.. it to, last longer.
!5.85 knots for the entire voyage. Miss Mazie Fort for assistant.
beating the Mauretalas record of Mr. Henry Griggs' baly has been BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
2S.84. and finally bi landing her pas- quite sick for the past two; weeks, but
singers at the Cunard pier shortly we are glad to know that it is im-
before 8 o'clock- last night. she be- proving. And Not be Disappointed in Service
came the first liner to dock on the Misses Gertrude and Ollie Jones, And Quality
fourth day out of Queenstown. Miss Bessie Stephens. Mr. Edwin i

or westeruer. He was. ID nfact, rom;,
Colorado. where he began his actfvel
career by engaging in mining. Scant
success attended bis efforts in this dl-
rectlon. however, and after working:
with the dogged determination that'
was one of his traits until even bisl
patience was exhausted he finally en-
tered the employ of the steamship
company In whose service he had!
risen to his present position, with
headquarters in New York.
There was something about Smith'
that caused men. and women also. for
that matter, to take to him on sight'
The unbounded good nature, big heart-
a*ldwas nd noselfishness beaming In
his blue eyes and In his whimshial
smile were written in every line of his
clean shaven face. Another thing that
made him remarked by all who came.
In contact with him was his absolutely,
Imperturbability. In all his thirty-1
seven years of existence be never had
been known to "get a move on." not
even when a premature blast In a
mine bad sent the diggers belter skel-
ter for safety and carried death and
suffering to many. Smith had walked
tranquilly away amid the rain of rock
and earth until it was all over. Then
he had returned and organized the
work of rescue, his placidity causing
the others Instinctively to look to him
for direction. Nor wAm his speech
more hurried than werr. his move-
ments. He spoke but little and then
his words came in a quiet even. dis-
tinct drawl. But he "got there" as
quickly as most men. and a good deal
quicker than some whose nerves were
highly strung and with whom rapidity
of action was as necessary as breath-
ing, for he was possessed of keen pow-
ers of observation and common sense.
an earnestness of purpose that gave
his utterances weight and an Integrity
as unshakable as the oc-k of Gibral
tar. As a fitting. almost necessary.
complement of such a nature be wna
endowed with a sense of humor that
added not a little to the attraction he
exercised for ihoee who knew bin
suffiiently well to be able to appre
elate his qualities of heart and mind.



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My line of elegant new &all MMlitmy,
embracing Hats, both trimmed aid on-
trimmed, Trimmings ot al kinds, Rib.
tmis,. Flowerss,eathe Veiling ad
ornaments. is coming in every day.

Formal announcement of the opming

of the new fall goods will be made in a
short time.


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H. ROBINSON., PMm"-e .
. H. BIITCH. Manager. 4. (. a 00a ,". A .
GBO. 3. BUTCH. Teges.



."e the merchants, the prpfmesional and sucs~entil m a ""' I o'n"4
ne city. the farmers of the surround tg| tere ry. "
We accommodate all classes. Our customers repruent h u*
women who have built an4 are stWu building seosscatal e t rpanl
We solicit a share no your bastae sm. ,.. "
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R SUI?.E'S. .^
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now eompletd;
lights, steam ant* furnace heat: large faculty, perIect bl eh
tions; fine gymnasium, athletic elds. boattIa. tenals eourb, la .
baseball football and basketball teams cbhatplons of Forla lan
" Nearly a quarter of a million mllars endowMlnt; expIms.
scholarships available; Chritan but uhaenomlnational aft 1* 4-,' .

For Catalog.

SWi. F. Blackiman, Pf
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He took a calm. all etul)ring s urrey Gaineasvlle, Florida
of the otHce as be entered, looked ovei 0
to Brooks' desk and saluted him with An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
a cordial motion of the hand and in P'rt d h- state and Federal Funds,
structed a boy to notify Captain l a r Wl'ila Young MI.
flams of his arrival lie was ushered Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees
Immediately into the chiefs presence. I of B. A., B. Sc., M. A., M. Sc.,
That worthy, who. like his superin I and L L. B.
tendent, was clean shaven. was seated in Arts and Sciences; Agriculture;
at his desk In his shirt sleeves, andl Chemieal. Civil. Electrical and Me-
e whole room, despite the wide open chhanicial Engineering; Law; Normal
windows, was thick from the smoke .. -Khl; Lraduate School. Ex Exe.edinnly Low. For catalogue wrie
from an old blackened corncob pipe at A A. MURPHREE, A. M, L L. D.o
whic be was rigorousl. l A. A. MURPHREE, A. M, L L. D.
which he was puffing vigorously. He President
was a burly man. and the short, thick President
neck, the broad shoulders., ie power
ful, big jointed fingers and the nnus-
cles that stood out in bunches on the
hairy arms diselw ed by his rolled ii ul
shirt sleeves denoted that be |ixisesse Iw

unusual physical strength. An ulyv
man to get into an argument with was
Williams, one who. it needed no onind
reader to judge, would be cal,:itle of
following the word with a blow that
would crush an ordinary <,;rftonent
For years, as Brooks had intimately
he had led- the roughest life a man
can lead. hammering by sheer brute
strength a way to wealth by wnys in
which scruple had counted for nothin-'
at all and expediency for a good deal.
and his entrance upon a higher plane
of civilization had not imparted much
polish to bis appearance. habit on
speech. wbk-b were those of the < ,d
time sailing ship mariner. althon-h of
late years be bad striven to conform
more closely to the examples of re
finement be witnessed In the only po-
lite society he cared for. which was
that of the fatilly of his dead friend.
Stanley Harris. who was general nan-
ager of the Latin-American tine when
he obtained control of it. le had a
way of glaring at a person from un-
der his bushy eyebrows with a s-ru
tiny that seemed to read through and
up and down him and made hinm nios
III at ease under It.
He made his decisions promptly. an-
thoritatively. after the manner of a
man accustomed to command and to,


me Address the Pomsidues
D&. Wtew r rsur. "l

Tallahasses Feride a
A College without a parallel iB
South. offering degrees asd ipime .
in the following departments: .: -
L A School of Liberal Arts.
11. A School of ladustrial AlIs. .
III. A School of Fine Arts..
IV. A School of Expressi. ..
V. A School for Temebers. r,
No Tuition. Other Expenses vary r i "
For Information address:
President "


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sorry for It-when nervous, or Kodl tis a pefectr. a
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ingy 4 the amums County hira
1, h--g waS reter.ed bom a
biahte yvlt to Jhesmavile to the
Bagest at he fir sad says much in-
Wonbsw mamneleed among the pe*-
ple at ofjebmee at Marbles spo-
ol=)* w 0 emlet- MsIMa j sords
of-Is la greatly laterate sadN
pb li es be present em ame day
-mi S e 0air an dmp ets to bring
l* ealv booyo01 Jacksomyille

21 e i l ato A popk a, came up
yatIderA sad is the gSeOA t Ming
m, DLThursday they had a
ui seg Uin that secti uproot-

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g em oan people fr their latere
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lIRSad ,patrodee wb bI tyow can. Be
Is aee with Dr. J.XThompe
mbein to Ocala sever

Deem ape.at7:20 P. am

L W. TIKL. L rwmiM

Mr. J. C. Howell of Anfhony could
ot resist the fasetations of base-
ball yesterday and suspended plant-
lag beams so he could enjoy the




The tar had a pleasant calle this
ti WIn is the perusn of Jas. H. LA.
nli t me aeseafl orange grower at
Pft Mse .n Whle hbre he sub-
asgha gr Br.aby's F Plt and Truck
Grmwer ad called on Col. J. H. Iv-
1 eag to im hbpeet his samp berry tree.
Ma. liAii Is a typical Sootelmman
hasthe tenacity ao those sturdy peo-
,plb e. althe t thu big fteme of
UM.S witped their frour
the te eo t the earth, he never said
die. It was up and at It again and
the ae pa Umiles, his orange trees
have Ame to bearing and this me-
mA well harvest tbe largest crop
1 wes- he Iaa ever grown. He
said P0angmSee was specially bless-
ae with padwtive sod and grew a
ablty f fruit thai commanded the
Step pre in the market because of
No hhlr eslor and flq flavor. Mr.
Lm" .m tOhe Jaames Barris rage
in had Mpassd Into the hands of a
Mr. Kr iof Tampa, who was hacked
Wa ,mUmwte and was maklIg iA&-
aseveme at d had a prospect of a
JAMWg iteM V W rait. Mr. Lsale Is a
aM whem It io a pleasure to

The ofla ver eorespondent of
the y Metropolt has the
mt mDr. A W
. Itn 4 tt1isal Uver., but mow locat-
at atcra:m
N "r. ad Ma. Imr Camphell, who
b*biMVo be s hwe for the lost two years,
.m I Its mule Is mtdveo
^ Webes a big ft sad repre entatlvo
bw nt at the mase to, ma
I MB 'to the doctor and his estl-
inhe WMR. WIulam Morgan In
aaes ahespake of the les theyr
wZvi Ihato the h a sd commoe-
Ch' thma good eltisema,
S80 w1t01 helping hand,
11 greatly amised. A
evealfg waa pas-ed
= **am atml vatlea", sad after re-
beAA Wee, meved the hymA N
teah r Mr std to Thee. am mGod
R* With Tu TM We Meet Agaim,
wel e m&M all bade tle doctor
MO Wit w ed-apeeI wishng
S--p rimbi

S. ybtrh t pa papers m that
. a .a T a NerIthern railroad.-
= 0 f be thef maelal ea-
m at am -,--ath and assrte the
= _domewse war have been
fetsmpmeto- his read rm
ualUwm to DUeNea. a distance
WI UVu MOW later seo to Thonas-
up, ai. seneme with B-theDus-
1 ___a"md Atlanta m
aM M am it em the most services-

Moving g Pictures

and Music


Sa nsVu
(Full Reel, Hand-Painted)
CYCLONE 8Nasa2ta
Admission W and 5 emnts


ane in uOcail. TO say that ne did It seems good to see so much space
would be patting it mildly. given the W. C. T. U. by the editors
of the Ocala Star. How much ser-
Many people delude themselves by vice this will do their noble cause we
mylng, "It will-wear away," when cannot now comprehend, but some-
hey notice symptoms of kidney and times such things will be reckoned
bladder trouble. This is a mistake, up by the God that is watching us
Fake Voley's Kidney Remedy, and every one.
stop the drain on the vitality. It pures This is the first day of autumn. Let
backache. rheumatism. kidney and us endeavor to make the next three
bladder trouble and makes every trace months the best September, October
of palm. weakness and urinary trouble and November we have ever lived.
disappear. Sold by all druggists. There Is to be a special temperance
meeting to be held in each Young
Dr. Baskln, Judge Titcomb and Mr. People's Society in Florida on Sep-
Weston of Dunnellon came up In tember 12th. if they use the program
their auto yesterday from Dunnellon material which we hope to send from
to ee the game and said It was well this office within the next few days.
worth their while. I After the meetings are over be sure
to encourage us by letting us know
Take care of your stomach. Let Ko- that our effort for "Florida for Christ"
dol digest all the food you eat, for on this occasion were not in vain.
that is what Kodol does. Every tea- Treasurer Roseborough. of DeLand.
spoonful of Kodol digests 2% pounds has sent a list of the societies that
at food. Try It today. It is guaran- have contributed during the past two
teed to leve you or your money back. months. They are as follows:
Sold by LII druggists. Daytona and North Calnesville Jun-
lors; the Young People's Societies at
Engineer L W. Boring laid off today Auburndale. Gilmore, Winter Haven.
to see the ball game and ran down to Mount Dora. Frostproof. Ruskin and
Lakeland to visit his folks. On his Stuart: Lake Helen. Congregational,
return he will operate the construe- and the treasurer's own society. Pres-
tion train that Is laying heavy rails byterlan of DeLand. Earlier in the
on the A. C. I. year there was a generous gift from
the deaf and blind comrades of St.
Dr. Abernethy, the great English Augustine state school, the City Un-
physlcian, said: "Watch your kidneys. Ion of Tampa. and the Congregational
When they are affected, life Is In dan- workers in St. Petersburg. A modest
geW." Foley Kidney Remedy makes friend in Tampa also sent a 'contrl-
healthy kidneys, corrects urinary Ir- bution as did our ex-officer, Mr.
regularities, and tones up the whole Muirhead. of Sanford. Possibly a few
system. Sold by all druggists. other places have remembered their
obligations. Count the number up
The educators of the state are in fronm the above list and see what a
session In Jacksonville to start a showing it 'a for nearly sixty Young
movement that will correct the sta- People's and thirty Junior organiza-
tistlea that show the percentage of tons in the first five months of our
children attending our public schools. Endeavor year. that have had a
Every college president In the state special reminder from Mr. Rosebor-
and every county sUOperlnteadent, In- ough and numerous "side Issue" ones
eluding the state superintendent, Is from the secretary. In the above list
slated to be present during the meet- there are names of some of the
Ing. smallest so"eties in Florida, while

There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure na-
lanr. chills and fever. Prices 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.,
That Joy dance the enthusiastic
Ocala baseball sports executed on the
"*ring line" yesterday at the baseball
same when Pounds came in wth the
first run. beat anything of the kind
ever seen in the Brick City.


BIMAR the Yu uAq

R. H. Barnett. Pastor.
Sunday school-9: 30 a. m.
Preaching by pastor-11 a. m. and
7:20 p.m. I
Epworth League-4 p. m.
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
will follow the morning sermon.
A cordial invitation is extended to i
W. H. Coleman. Minister.
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
3:30 p. m.-Junior C. E.
11 a. m.-Sermonette. "Gideon."
7:30 p. m.-Sermon. "The Motive
Power In Paul's Life."
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. L Program
Topic, "Armor We May Wear."
Theo Beckham, leader.
Lord's prayer ii concert.
Bible lesson, read alternately.
Lesson explained by Nellie Beck-
Circle of sentence prayers.
General discussion of lesson.
Chalk talk by Lois Dame.
Lesson story by Lawrence Freyer-
Review. "Our String of Pearlp."
Mission study by Floyd Coleman.
Roll call and offerings.

money with which to purchase an or-
gan for their union church.
ly the kindness of our friend Rev.
F. A .Waldo, of West Palm Beach.
there is now in our office a copy of
"The Story of the St. Paul -Conven-
tion." This book contains the ad-
dresses and is a full account of the
Twenty-fourth International Colven-
tion held in July. It can be purchas-
ed for either .50c or $1, at Tremont
Temple. Boston. and is surely worth
its cost if anything of the kind ever
was. The reading thoughtfully of
this book should nerve an Endeavorer
for sturdier, more faithful work in
the future. The help will be even
greater if "after being read by its
owner. "The Story of the St. Paul
Convention" Is loaned out to those
who would not otherwise share its
Inspiration. Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Sept. 1. 1909.

Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
ared them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Oeala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a, m. and 1*40
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory. rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.


They Should be in Every Household.
Are Highly Recommended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Boy Ought to Know": "What a Young
Man Ought to Know": "What a Youag
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know": "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
Th~~s lpwki. were written hw emi*

not a society in the two largest cities =.* S 'i'*....... .. """
of the state are down. nent persons, well qualified for the
NWe have recently enjoyed visits task and are worthy, of any one's
from Mi Emma Yowell. president of time to read. especially persons to
the Christian church society in Kis- twhom their title refers. They tell of
simmee, and Miss Essle Glass, of the origin of life and its sacred func-
now suspended suburbanite society tipersons, male and arfemale. No parent
near Tampa. Miss Olass went on persons an w orthier or more om
from Interlachen to Montgomery, can bestow a worthier or more com-
Ala., and expects to be from home mendable gift to their' daughter or
till winter. Miss Yowell was re-n. he former be-
turning from the normal in Gaines- loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
ville, where she met pleasant Ep- church has given these works highest
worth Leaguers, but not any Endeav-, commendation and urges parents to
orders. active worker for both senior them for their boys and girls, as
An active worker for both senior does Rev. H. E. Gabby, the present
sand Junior Endeavor w sM eties onf pastor of the Baptist church. Mr. P.
West Palm Beach was Miss Kathryne A. Bone. a worthy young man, prepar-
Whipple, who Is now at 39 West 5th ing for the ministry, is soliciting for
street, Jacksonville. T other ac- these valuable volumes and we trust
tke Endeavorers now located in the he will be kindly and liberally reeiv-
metropolis are Messrs Norman Blood will n kindly and liberally reaei-
and Earl Haskins. of Winter Haven.
The former was vice president of the
Presbyterian society at home. Winter MANY SACRIFICED
Haven has to give up many of its TO SPEED MANIA
choicst leaders that thev may enter -

.. t^ v Ui'nce It lur tlie nny ildne y may e---
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We more active life In larger towns. Reading. Pa.. Sept. 4.-An automo-
sead for, fill and deliver your pro- District President Finnie. of Cole- bile in which were riding William L.
ecriptions promptly. man. Lake and Sumter district, is Graul and wife of Temple. Pa.. and
planning the program for their con- Dr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Schligel of
FOR RENT-House on Fort King vention probably 12-14 of November. I this city was struck by a Pennsylva-
a&enue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee at Eustis. The state secretary an- nia railroad train at D6uglasville, near
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips. ticipates attending each of the four here yesterday afternoon and all but
conventions to be held this fall. Time Dr.' Schlegel were killed.
Mr. and Mrs. Gill and children of, for that of the Northeastern district. A Ra to Destruetion
Anthony, whose home was burned 'Interachen. has been changed to Dec. .-Driving hi S-
several months ago, have Just return- 4-6th. to suit the train schedules best. horse power a Seputombi 4a-Dr a high rates
ed from a lengthy visit to relatives In North Central district -plans to send horse d outomobieachle a street a high ratng
Texas. Th4e were in town today, aid some of its best workers and a with another hih powered car. Char.n
stopped at the Florida House. splendid time is expected for all who l another high powered caper, har-
attend.Tidwe. a photographer, was
attend. .fatally injured last night and seven
Miss Maggie Nixson of Lake Weir Miss Gertrude Simmons is now sec- other occupants of tih car more orv
has been appointed 'teacher of the rotary of the Frostproof society, and le seriously injured when t e Tid-
Pbrt King school. Miss Nixson is a Mr. Rvarts president. We are told of red itn
graduate of the Madison normal and Is ice cream and other kinds of socials well car crashed into a stationary
making a good record as a teacher. now being given for the making o Exept Tidwe the victims, Tid-
.. .--. ---.. ----- well's bride.of one week. his mother,
BARRELS OF BOOZE his sister-in-law. Mrs. Mamie Tidwell.
-- I* ^and her two children, and Mr. and
Prehibitien Laws of Tennessee are Mrs. C. J. Hightower will recover.
eoing Evaded with Ease Gibson Girl's Husband Killed
Nashville. Tenn... Sept. 4.-"I have 4 b b I London. Sept. 4.--Jack Shotwell
been Judge of the city court six Russe.,. Lord de Clifford was killed
vrer&" msld Jud e Baker while on.. .-

the bench this week. "and I have had
more drunks in my court today than
on any other day during my tenure
of office."
Forty-one drunks were on Wednes-
day's docket. These were fined from
Sti to $50 each. the fines totaling
$480. The total docket included over
1- cases of drunkenness. The total
amount of fines was $650.
The six cases of alleged violation of
the prohibition law were called and


in an automobile accident yesterday
at Rlamber. near Brighton. His car
V collided with another vehicle and
turned turtle and Lord de Clifford
i was instantly kille dl.
I Lord de Clifford was born in 1884.
'In February 1904;. he was married to
E Eva <'arrington. who was at one time
on the stag. as one of the "Gib4eoa
I girls" in a local comedy.


Was*blotoe. D. C.. Sept. 4.--fa
department otfelfas are a the epba-
;on that it is of little ea i-a to
the United States what lMa& W Dr.
SCook hau discovered em hs way to the
'North Pole, so far as aetual twrtlial
I possession concerned. It r d
by the department oecials that e
slace Iti American eaplorser In beth
the Arctic and Antarctie have dieem-
ed vast ares of land to which a
claim was ever made. Admiral Wbkes
found In the Antarctie a terrtory of
more than 1J"I asare mallesa-1 area
and Dr. Kane made law-g diseeveriM
In the Arctic, but no efobt has ever
been made by the United States to
assert its right to them. Gen. mOeely
several years ago located lands which
never before were known to exist
As tb the particular territory which
Dr. Cook Is said to have dieovered.
the statement was made today that
it was quite probable that these lam
would be found to be an extenaso of
the island of Greenland. and f so,
they belong to Denmark. At any rate
it is extremely Improbable. it is said.
that the United States would attempt
to assert sovereignty over them.

Very housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be uaed
In emergencies-when something must
be done right away. Such a remedy
Is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Burns and cuts are
Instantly relieved by it and helped to
healing. Its mission of mercy began
seventy years ago. It Is used In all
countries and millions of bottles are
sold annually. There is but one Pain-
killer. Perry Davis'. Have you seen
the large new 35e. sIze? 6

Thousand Dollar Fee to the Preseher
Who Presided at His Wedding
Seattle, Wash.. Sept $.-As John
W. Gates, the millionaire, was step-
ping into his private car here a white-
haired man stepped up and extended
his hand.
"Hello! John." he said.
"Well,. how are you, Mr. Foster?"
replied the man from Wall street.
Forty years ago the white-haired
man was minister of a little church
at St. Charles. III. There came to
him one day a young man from a big
f:aim south of Turner Junction, III.,
and Della Baker. one of the prettiest
girls in the Sunday school. The young
man wa. John W. Gates and the girl
was his betrothed.
"When you married me I,only gave
von a $5. fee. but I'll make up for it
now." snid Mr. Gates, as he wrote his
cheek for $1.000. handed it to the won-
dering. speechless divine and swung
aboard the car as the train pulled out.


HII name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wUl
steal your health away. If )ie appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. it may
mean consumption If you don't. A cure
for' all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25e. 5Oc and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
LR C. Davis a Co., or Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.


be the ne ert eerhow

Haycraft &t
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No& Mr-11-13 Fran

*gmo W W W IPP

Ak fin Street. T~s^-.

Will prepare you for a posltlon as Bookkeeper, A
Stenographer. Bank Clerk or Telegrapher. Many aCMof"--
est young men and women are graduates of this -tlautle-
high' and respoclsible ,positions. A special rate of
course. tuition, books, and board and lodjU4 fearn
dollars for tui mi alose. Enter any time. Cataloegmmd wa

Westerna Beef, Veal, orloida StNi ,di
Mutto, Armour's Star Ham, Armw a H
SaUsage. Cabbage, Rutabagas, Tur I
Sweet Potatou Irish Potaos, $pmfskif

Phkae 108 Cit Market
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For Men, Women and Clh


(AH Colors)

Ladies' $3.00 Strap Sandals at

Ladies- $3.00 Oxford Ties

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All sizes in Children's Strap and Tie.

Men's Oxford Ties, colors, black, ti

blood and pat., $3 and $3.50 kin-


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chocie-amd her edck

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ng es at the Oala News o.

SS alc 1 MFiling cases at the Ocala News Co.

-wauesna- Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Picture puzzle p>stg cards at th*-
Ocala House.
Mrs. H. G. MacDavid went down
,to Dunnellon today to visit her daugh.
ter. Mrs. Fr:,i"!; Is) r-y.
Mr. Roy Reagan came up from
Brooksville today and will return to-
Mr. George Pasteur will leave next
week for New York. wlwre he will
buy the biggte-.t line-s ft fall and win-
B W', t-.r goods that han eve-r put into
Helvenston and Pasteur'.s store.
Miss Bessie MacKay came up yes-
terday from Eastlake and is the
guest of Miss Hope Robinson.

Mrs. Isaac Stevens returned yester-
day from Lakeland. where she went
SLot1. Consikts of 5-inch Cambric Edging and a narrower to -e her new granddaughter.
width in Insertion, worth up to 8c, at only Mr. J. T. Nixson came up from
Lake Weir yesterday and proceeded to
S: Citronelle on a business trip.

Three Cero-ts will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those "-Inch Wes-
itinghous fans from H. W. Tucker.

Miss Erwin of Crystal River. one
Lot 2. Consists of 13 inch Ca mbrie Edging and a narrower of the popular teachers at that place,
S. was in town yesterday. Miss Erwin has
width of Insertion, worth up to 20c, at only Aust returned from her summer vaca-
10 .tion spent at Bridgeport. Conn.
l0 c Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. J. E. Wagnon of Leesburg.
came up last night from Dunnellon.
Lot S. Consists of 17-inch Cambric Edging. suitable for f
Mr. Hall and family of Oklawaha
COrt OVrs, worth 29, at only station. will move to Gainesville next
!week, where they will reside in future.

6 fr FOR RENT-A large pasture close
w CIn. Apply at this office.
Mr. J. B. George of Montbrook. was
I In the city today and made us a pleas-
ant call.
We have enough of the above to supply the demand. there-I WANTED-A good young man to

fore you need not feel any hesitancy about at-
tendling this sale.



Phone 139

take orders and deliver goods. Apply
at the Star office
Attorney J. II. Jones, of Orlando. is
In the city on business with Judge
Have you seen, the new vilihle Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. W. lT Lowry. of Homosassa. Is
Sa guest of the Montezuma.

If the glare of the sun hurts your
! eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
'from us for 25e. The Postoffice Drug-
Mr. W. L. Lowry. of Homosassa. Is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Do not forget inat you can End any.
thing you want in crockery and glass-
* ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mr.. H.. Pettway. of lomosassa.
,M-t .-- In ,M 6 ... .-n..

was in town yesterday.
FOR SALE-My house: the btet
CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND. corner location in Ocala on the mar-
i ket. Address B. J. Potter.
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 Mr. J. D. George. of Port Inglis, is
Brick. Bulid Sidewalks. Artificial Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make at the Montezuma.
Blocks for Foundations for house work, which look better than brick, and
are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. I. Railroad Track, North of Cal and e tho t nw boMks !t the
Foundry. the Ocala *. s w .U.
,_ -,.. --------. ....- .... !Mr. W. L. I.owry, the Homosassa
hotel man. was a guest of the Monte-
auma yesterday.
| Have yt;u seen the picture puzzle
THE UP-TO-DATK I post cards at the (cala News C),?

lion, is '

at the

is a,

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS AMr. E. M. Osborne. of Dunie
at the Montezuma.
Card Signs Designed and Made. Paperhanging a Spec- Bathing caps just received
la ty. New Mirrors Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, GWas court Pharmacy.
Froting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture e- Mr. J. M. Barnes, of Trilby.
pairing, etc. "'Quality a little higher-prioes a little lower." guest of the Montezuma.










Tk sly Ib me Cekral FrMia l& Cmpilekl

b-s t bum. Carries a aSl Tims b

PS ke Fu-rfr Knkg o wt bte Urns SW

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any jnake of second-hand
t-- i typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
There were 42 arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday and last night.
FOR SALE-Haarvard piano, nearly
new: S125 easy terms. A. M. L.ars-
S E ; ford, phone 328. (cala.

Mr. E. A. Clay of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.

Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tenic.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. D. I. Skipper of Richmond is
among the arrivals of last night at the
Ocala House.
SMessrs. Shaidress and N. J. Davir
;of Gainesville are- guests of the Ocala
Mr. J. D Pfeif.-r of Cincinnati is at
i the Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Clayburn of Gaines-
1vlle are at the Owala House.
Mr. W. a'. utlehr 4f Citra was in the
city today doing some sholdping.
Miss .Liily Pounds of Orlando. a


WW-" IM rfkq W L Mr. A. iGr.dig of Knoxville,. Tenn.. a
well known harness salesman, who
AInM ea s a Cepidet Lime f Ililders amd Shll has been visiting Ocala for many
S...w -aag 1-.'-.-, a li d y'arsi Is in town. aa uest of the Mon-
Ws,, m E* g--B--, -r- ,-----+ t.... -T UC tesuma.


Buy Cream Flour. true
to its same. You pay
no more for it than other

High grade Flour. Ev-
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to he the best that
can be made from soft

winter wheat.
delusively by

Sold ex-



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.

I am prepared to take any Job of
painting no matter how large or bow
small, ow how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do 11
right. floues painted inside and out
<(raining. gilding, hard oil finishing.
varnisling and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Baox 136. or leave word
at the Stal office. K. W. Pillyaw
Orala. Fla. tf

F. U. OF A.

The Fraternal Union of
meets In Yonbe's Hall the
Thursday of each month.
R. E. Yonge,
C. K. Sage. Secretary.


P. M.

It was a thrilling experiehe to Mrs. Solwr to face death. "For years
it severe lung trouble gave me intense
suflTering." she writes, "and ser:ral
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
in< urahle. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not bhewn
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 aill
bronchial affections. 50c and $1. Trial



bottle free. lGuaranteed by all drug- safely to third, bringing his brother
gists. In with the fifth and last run of the
.- game.
LABOR DAY Gainesville went down in one. two,
three order during the remainder of
Monday. September Sthb being labor the game., only reaching first once,
day and a holiday, the banks of thewhen Walker pitched four wide ones.
city will be closed for business on The local came near scoring several
that ay.- time during these innings, but the
boys knew they had the game won
SEE and didn't try very hard. Gaines-
Svrue .'... .es "find." their left-handed twirler,
New crop of garden and flower -
seeds just received. Wm. Anderson. was removed from the game in the
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Fa. fifth and Watson. the old stand-by.
Sgwal substituted, but the game was
Do not be deceived by unscrupulous. lost for the Oak Hall lads, and their
Do not be deceived by unscrupulous supporters realized it.
nmitators who would have you believe Walker pithed aIt an.
that the Imitation pills are as good as ninglxteen runners and g iving only
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills one hitl. rle was backed up y one of
There isn't anything just as good as the best teams ever assembled on the
these wonderful pills for the relief of local grounds. and when the bat was
Backache. Weak Back. Inflammation of paed during the last few minutes
the bladder, urinary disorders and all of play. for a contribution to the bat-
kidney complaints. Any one can take tery everybody gave liberally and
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills as cheerfully. a,
directed in perfect confldnee of good Wilson. the college man. will handle
results. Sold by all druggists. the sphere for the visitors today, and
big Jones will twirl for the locals.
A new shipment of peroxide cream If Ocala wins this game we will be
just in at the Court Pharmacy. two games ahead of the University
City people and right in line for the
J. D. George of Port Inglis repre- Central florida League next year.
stted his section at the Montezuma Never before was there such interest
last night. manifested in baseball in the Brick
City as this week, and this afternoon
J. Roy Geiger of Apopka, son of the a large crowd will go out to cheer the
late Dr. L. D. Geiger, was In town boys to victory.
last night, a guest of the Montezuma.
In the vernacular of Jack Spotts-
The Moqtezuma had forty-three 'ar- :wood, "We were there."
rivals yesterday. .
Now Wha Ant d Qt wmifta

w nat uo you sRay auout that
left-handed pitcher? He must have
been lost a long time before Gaines-
vllie found him.
There's some class to that Walker.
* *
Did you see big "Don" Mclver? He
was "there." too.
* *
And Bridges, and Cordero, and
Brown, and Gerig. All of 'em.
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Oh you 1I ounces to the Pound-s!
They give 15% In Gainesville.
And poor old Bullock! He tent to
Jonesey says he's going to duplicate
the trick today. Wouldn't It he a
shame if they didn't score at all. But
then we've got the pitchers, y6u know.
And they didn't come from Georgia,
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Little Galloway hit the ball when it
needed mighty bad. We've got the
making of a big sticker in Roy.
I Pounds didn't do a thing to that
thirdbaseman. did he? Next time he
'will probably give him room to reach
the bag.
Myers was right on the job "yester-
1 day. and didn't he nail 'em at second!
They'll be more careful today, trying
to pilfer that sack.

J. M. Baumer. the turpentine man
of Trilby, was a guest of the Monte-
zuma last night.
Mr. Robert tripling, the Insurance
nman and district agent for the Flor-
ida Life Insurance Co.. of Jackson-
ville, returned Thursday from a three
months' visit to his family at Gaines-
ville, Ga. Mr. Stripling ia pleased to
get back nn his old stamping ground
and resume his labors.
M. Taylor Forbes of Indian take.
was in town today, as was J. D. SilMing
of Silver Springs.
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Work Guaranteed and Prices Right

W. F. Marlow, Proprietor


Life Assurance Society

It looks like the Ocala people are
ready to support a team next year

Monday, Sept. 6th

We will pt on sale three specials in

broidery Edging and Insertion


Walker, the Feet ea Twirler, Fams
Sixtees Men and Give Up
Oly One Hit
Yesterday afternoon the Ocala
baseball fans turned out In large
numbers to cheer the home team to
victory and Galnesville sent a repre-
sentative, dlegtnout to help the Oak
Halls win. but to no avaiL
Walker. Ocala's crack pitcher, wa
in the box for the locals and by i t
excellent pitching kept the Ualversity
City boys from reachlag the home pana.
He fanned sixteen men in the nine
innings and allowed the visitors only
one hit. which was made by Allen In
the fourth.
Oainesville went to bat first and
Spottswood. their star batter, fanned
three times, the thrd strike being one
of Walker's famous drops, which hit
the plate and bounded off. out of the
reach of the catcher. Spottswood tak-
Ing first on the passed balL The Oak
Hall rooters began to think things
were coming their way and started
right out to claim the game, but Gra-
ham hit to Pounds, who stopped on
second long enough to make a double.
retiring Spottswood and throwing out
Graham at first. Allen was out, short
to first. For Ocala, Pounds, the first
man up. who hit to short, who fumbled
and the batJer was safe at first B.EL
Donaldson sacrificed him to second.
when he stole third and crossed the
plate on Barnett's hit to- left field.
The rooters began to make a noise
right here that did not abate until
the last Gainesville batter had tried
in vain to connect with Walker's
wonderful drop.
Second inning. Hendrix went to
first on balls. Walker threw wild to
first, trying to catch the runner, and
Hendricks went to second. Paddy
fanned. Bullock was out on a fly to
left. Hendricks stole third, and with
two strikes on Watson, tried to steal
home,. but Watson retired the side by
striking out This was Gainesville's
only chance for a score in the game.
In the fourth Graham fanned and
Allen hit, the only hit scored against
Walker during the game. Hendricks
hit to Walker, who threw to second.
but Pounds was too anxious to make a
double, muffed the ball and both run-
ners were safe. Right here Walker
settled down and fanned Peddy and
Bullock, retiring the side. In this in-
ning Ocala scored three runs. Bar-
nett hit safely to right, Collith hit to
Ansley. who fumbled. Barnett stole
third and Collins went to second.
Myers fanned. Windham, better
known as "handsome Jimmie." drove
out one to left, scoring Barnett, Col-
lins going to third. Windham stole-
second and Roy Galloway hit to left,
Collins and Windham tallying. And I
maybe those rooters didn't root! Wal-'
ker was out. third to firm and Pounds
hit a fly to Hendricks.
In the fifth the locals scored again.
Big Donaldson singled to right, and
stole second. Little Donaildson hit


I n' -i.


Mr. Vernon Elred. the skilled g
painter, has made a beautiful sbt eQ
signs for the Ocala RAmber & Supply
,Company's offices. There ame alg=s t
hang in front of the door, beneath the
awning and a huge one to go above
the awning. There are also attree-
tive signs on .the door of the oftlee.
Mr. Eldred Is a skilled workman lt a
half dozen lines and is getting all Ie
can do.

The Air Dome inclosure wa packed
Jam full last night. "The Indian
Trailer" and "The Baby's Shoe" were
both Jery line and pleased the people
Tonight there will be "Cartouche.
the King of Thieves." Cartouche
was a Frenchman, stand one of the
most adroit robbers who ever lived.
His life was a romance of crime Be-
side this subject, .there are four 44h-
ers. all of the greatest interest

Mr. John Grant and Miss Edna
Holdler. a nice appearing young con-
ile-. appeared in Judge Bell's eourt
this morning, asked for a license and
were then united in marriage by th-
judge. Judge Bell said he did not
know the couple iersonAlly. The girl
Is pretty and the man is a tall, fne
looking youth. Tfey are from Stanm-
ton. May happiness be with them
through life.

Mrs. Leslie of Brooksvide, who re-
cently bought the Forshee place on
north lake through Mr. J. M. Neely,
has had Messrs. Melver & MacKay
make plans for remodeling the house.
making one of the finest homes in the
county out of the property. The work
of rebuilding the house will commence
at an early date and will be done by
McIlver & MacKay.

Mr. W. B. Harbridge, wife and two
children, of Jacksomville; are spending
several weeks in the city and are at
the Montezuma. Mr. Harbridgep is a
finished interior, workman and I. put-
ting on the embossed leather wall pa-
per ix Mr. Clifford 'Canmp's new home.
Sumter Brooks, the postmaster and
merchant of Zuber. was on our streets
The Theus-Zachry Furpitureo eoa-
pany oldi a big bill of goods to Fes-
senden Academy yesterday.
R. J. Horne. representing Laddea &
Bates. is back from a business visit
to Jacksonville.




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Mr. George ,MacKay has bought the
beautiful property near the old chaa-
tauqua grounds on north lake. formerly
owned by Mr. Ayer. of Mr. J. M. Nely
and will rebuild the property mad
make fir his family a very hanil"e
and convenient suburban hooe. The
property embraces nearly four aeree
and is well located. There is a maEl
orange grove on the property.

The north side of Lake Weir Is eer.
tainly building up and some substma-
tial Improvements are to be Ahortly
made there. Mr. IX E. Melver, who
owns one of the prettiest places on the
north side with a long lake troCtage,
will soon buid a rery handsome
suburban home. 'His famfiy me it
love with the lake and wil spend quite
a good deal of time there.



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to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 14th day of September. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and&
seal this the 11th day of August, A.
D. 1909. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Permit to Sell Liquers, Wines and
Whereas, R. L. Keating, doing busi-
ness as Keating & Co., has filed with
the board of county commissioners for
Marion county. Florida, his application
for permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer in election district one of said
county and state; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, if
any there be. at the meeting of the
board to be held on Tuesday. the 7th
day of September next. why such per-
mIt should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missloners. Marion County. Florida.

Permit to Sell Liqueors, Wines and
Whereas. J. Mason Tison has filed with
the board of county commissioners for
Marion county, Florida. his application
aor permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer In election district one of said
Ceonlty and state; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, it
any there be. at the meeting of the
board to be held on Tuesday, the 7th
day of September next. why such per-
mit should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners. Marion County. Florida.
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
tapO 4f, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that R. H. Scott.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 224.
dated the 6th day of June. A. D. 1906.
has Aled said certificate in my office.
ad Ihas made application for tax deed
to Issue In accordance with law. Said
ertilleate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: lot 17. blk 6
Benedict Helghts sec 19 tp 13 south
r 21 east--1 acres. The said land
befig assessed at the date of the is-
otancetof such certificate Inr the name
of W. 0. Ford. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law.,

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for me If they could. And do you
think I'm going to be dictated to lby
any white slivered gas bag of a crawl-
Ing delegate who cones here holding a
knife to my throat by threa:eniong
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(Continued from First Page)
upon him than It woldM have upon the
brose state of Washington which.
sMnds sentinel on the steps of the sub '
treury in Wall street.
Smith lowered himself slowly and
easily Into a big armchair beside the
pesaldent's desk.
"Two delegates from the Longsbore-
men's union were here jut now." ant
nouneed the captain. "They say the
freight handlers are going to strike."
"Ta-a.?" Mid Smith lterrogativeiy.
"Yes. What do you know about It T"
"Nothing, except that they eame to
me withb a demand for higher pay for
the men. I referred them to yon "
"Woll. I didn't le e 'em any loop-
bole for doubt as to my position In thb
"You turned them down?"
"Turned 'em down: Of course
What do you think? Suppose I band
ed 'em a raise on a silver platter and
bowed 'ema out of the door?"
"I don't suppose anrthlng about It
I'm asking for Information."
"Them two blatberskites came swag-
gering and blustering in here and said
everilast one of the men would quit
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock unless
they got 8 cents more an hbor. They
wasn't swaggering when they went
out of here. I tell you. I pretty soon
took the starrb out of 'em."
SA faint smile flitted over tbe superin-
tendent's face. but be ventured no re-
"I told 'em." Williams went on. "that
I wouldn't give 'em a cent a century
more and to trike and be d--d. I also
told 'em that any man who did go
out would never get another job with
this company, and. by Sam. be won't r.
The captain's voice bhad risen to a
rear, and he brought bis fist down on
the desk with such force that pens and
pencils went flying In all directions
and the Ink splashed from the wells in
their solid crystal stand.
*Them labor agitators ain't got
no notion of the ftness of th ings
They ain't got a grasp on economic
conditions for a cent. they got to do
something to five without working. so
every once In awhile they go to the
men as pays 'em to be walking dele-
gates, gives 'em some glib talk about
their rights and advises 'em to strike
for more money. Do they look around
and try to find out whether an ad-
vance is warranted by the conditions?
Nary a look. Do any of the men they
hand out their advice to try to find
out? Not on your life! They go ahead
like a lot of sheep and strike and
starve and blame the restit on cap-
Smith nodded.
"If they carry out their threat and
quit," continued the captain. "you
will clear all the strikers from the
docks, throw 'em off If necessary.
knock their silly blocks off. but tell
them as wants to work that full pro-
tection will be given. Il arrange
with police headquarters to have a
sufficient fore. of bluecoats on band to
guard our property and will also noti-
fy our docks at other ports to be pre-
pared. tou will Ax up accommodations
tor the strike breakers In the sheds
here until' the trouble is over and
make arrangements to bring men from
the Inland cities. In this.matter you
need spare no expense. Understand?"
"1 guess so." replied the superin
"Then It's up to you."
"Anything else you want to see me
"Not now. You can get In touch with
me any time you want me. You know
about where i'm to be found."
Smith drew In bhis long legs. raised
himself from the chair and took up
his hat to go.
"See here, Smith." said the captain.
his voice rising gradually to its fter-
some bellow, "it's nigh on to twoscore
years since I took my flrst vesel, the
Sally Moran. out of Friaeo as master
and owner, bound for the south sea
Islands to trade, and I've commanded
my own ship every minute since smin
held my own against all sorts of lub-
bers as would bare done me and done

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Pool, Complete Equipunt-nt in Scht.olrooms. Dormit.,ries. Dining Hall and
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break him. no matter who or what be
is. Yes. Msr. by Sam. sir. like this!"
Seizing a thick ruler on the desk. be
snapped it without apparent effort, nwl
as be sat glaring there with his di--
sheveled hair. bhisl pugnnelo. massive'
underjaw protruding and his big fists'
tightly clinched on the broken wood.
causing the muscles of his arnis to,
bulge like knots otn a gnarled tree. het
presented the embodinienu(t of night
and ferocity.
"I don't know bunt what you're rlht.f
Cap'n Willinns." drawird the superin I
Sendent with hiq unchangeabl, lpi:un-!
nimity. "Anylhow. you sure are eu-
titled to do what you like with your
He went out and on his way to the'
offi'p Pit stopped at Rrooks' desk
"*Well. bow's ihines. boy?' he in
quired with an interest so kindly tha:t
one might have tllhought there w:a~
nothing else in the word with which
his mind was occupied and never coidl
have suspected that there lay w'or him for Immediate solution the prob
lem of preparing for a great strike
that thbrentened to tie up the tlbusinN,
of one of the niost Importan:t steamn-
ship lines In the country, with ranilfi-
cations extending from Boston all
around the coast of South America to!
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IV. ..
The term for wiah the eorpoA. '
tion shall exist is twety- ve y"a1 g
The business of theO erpON
shall be conducted by a mp-li.
vice president, a seeretary, a
five directors, who besha I
at the regular a al of
stock holdersto and
held at Ocala oa the flr
In October of each year.
ness of the company shaR he
ducted by the following aemag
fleers until thMe eSlect ed atf
annual election shall be l
to-wit: Joseph Bel H1- e-
Wilber Tonpklia, Tves pneMst 3. ^
PL Carroll, secretary; L Z M
The IMasiet awat of d-
ness to whihe the eorpeatiM.
any time subject Itself is, twui*
thousand dollars '
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-The names and rmldmmsan
subscribers and the amegt '
scribed by eeh, areas o
Joseph Bell, Oeala, hL. iS l ^t
D. Wilber TompkUa. Oeil ii
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Pla 3,
shares. -
R. L. Keatia, Oasis, h, i*
H. M. Hampton, Oaals, Pa., 1#


In witness whereof t hea
corporators have hereuaeh t-il- r
hands and seals this the 2 'W 0
August, 199.
Joseph BeO. lw-'-. ai)
D Wilber ToV ultf A
I. R. CarrolU' '<(;-;i
R. L. Keaag, .
H. M. Hampton.
dtate of Florida, .
County of Marona.
Personally appeared befs me t he
undersdgned authority, Je ipk Bel..
D. Wilber Tompkins, R. R. Cawel
R. L. Keattng sad H. MI Rampite, to
me well known to be the paUs ".
scribed in and who ex ftad th 4 e
going articles of Incorporati a
proposed charter, and each mait- su
edged the execution.of the'
the uses and purposes ths ,
forth and expressed. -
Given under my hand ad saml at
office this the 19th day of A ,
1909. (seal) 8. T. 8TItUR K .
Clerk Cirauit Court, Matoes CotW.
NoctkIce tmIm to AV*y S li 4.
tersM Pasms
Notice is hereby gives that en the
21st day of September, 1.99, the
undersigned will anply 4 Y -
ernor of Florida, atis ls
lahassee, Florida, for lttm s
upon the foregoiang artlees O iesa
portion and proposed charter.

Tax Deed Umder teeisef'a i ;
ter 41M, Laws of Fihe .- .
Notice is hereby gives tWst -
man. purchaser of tax etsnasM,0.
S95. dated the .rd day of Jme. A. D
1907, has filed sad ar t1b- WNW
office, and has made a *me w
tax deed to Issue la tao-reads- --*Sl
law. Said certflaete embracesmthe
following deserlb oelpropd ,
in Marion county, f to.-wit: Me
chl .q In me eor of nwa of aw% esw
2 tp 17 s r e. The said ain lbt--
a-meesed at the of the d .
such certiftite In the smo cE- ,-

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