Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
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 6, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03264
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
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
 Related Items
Other version: Ocala weekly star


This item has the following downloads:

00388 ( PDF )

00389 ( PDF )

00390 ( PDF )

00391 ( PDF )

Full Text

.4 ,- ; 5.

.- I

~I~9X.$ A






T W.aTROe Rb




espv C

o hiK grafe and quality, for otea.
a", awe reeeslv a great deal of our
Sead attention, as our ste k and
S llfe tor supplying large and small
*e" will amply attest. Whether, t a lead pencil or a huge led-
war a ote book or a letter press, Ira
S war~ r while to come In. look
na4d compare rimces.


7-umLE& aAYER




Seogii Floor, Holder Block,


Denmal Surgeon

p. evpe I

Og e borNs: 8 to 12 a. m., I to 5 p. a




oif "aiy cace of Kidney a

S nd the reach of mei.
M Take it at once. D
_Sl-U*Ihbving Bright's Dw

The Tamp-n;a culr ondent of the
__. ni _ -i Tinmes-Union says: ( ..
Dr. Cok O t Crown An~ ;"" -~That Hon. Stephen M. Sparkman. M off e C mry aM
Trip to tie Ps-Left ti Flag the able congressman from this dis- .Gr.te Pr ape~r- to Expe.
e* trict. will not be a factor to calculate
a Iw F on in the United States senatorial tat a Y A' go
contest in this state next year is as-
Copihenhag., D -mmek, S ept. ,sured by the unqualified declination of. Washington. Sept. S.-Offewsof tthe
"Once is etMMt for any mal. I will Col. Sparkman to be a candidate for' treasury department are with
Neve retan to the North Pole. A that position, made in an announce- the condition of the cotutry's tues
tagle experiace o the mort I have ment to Hon. Robert W. Davis while at the end of the art two months at
Jt passed through will mfftee for the latter was in Washington just the present Mscal year. The amount
Mtc." This i pnratlally the flst an- prior to Congressman Sparkman's de- of expenditures over reelpts at the
wer Dr. PVMierick A. Cook, the dis- patture for Europe with the National close of busine yesterday was $12.-
coverer of the North PoteI made to Waterways Committee, which iL now 512.925, as compared with i tdeelt of
the questons fired at him by a regi- on an Inspection tour along European j$2.635.255 at the ame date last year.
meat of newspaper men who boarded water courses. Mr. lavis states that The revenues so far this year have
the Hansegede as it steamed lato the Mr. Sparkman, in talking with him in been ee practically $1Sp .p greater
harbor yesterday. Dr. Cook admits Washington the day before he left for. than the receipts up to September Ist
that the nature of the m N0t Ice New York to salt for Europe. em- last year, and the expenit .thin
covering the site of the ae will phatically declared that he would not year only $,W.WM greater now than
probably remove the evijeneea be left be a candidate for the United States they were on the crtspuading date
there on April 21 and 22, 19 but he senatorship, but will be a candidate last year. The working balance is
states that the records of his oberva- for reelection in the house of repre- about $30.000,00t ndithe treasury ot-
tions when presented to selentl men sentatives." h fcials believe t will Increase within
will wipe out all skepticism. He says the next few month.

he first planted his staff on the state of
the pole and then pinaed an Ameriean
flag "There, on that God-trsaken
spot, I realized as never before the
meaning of patriotism and theo love
for the old flag. Setag that the tag
was about to be whipped to pieces by
the winds. I took It down and placed
another sanaller fag In a brass cylin-
der which I placed on the state "
Ever wSifMig l at the POe
"Concerning the Ice around the pole,
as far as I could see It wis slightly
more active there than at one or two
degrees south. Its general character
is not very different from that at
other places. We stayed around the
pole for two days, making many ob-
servations. I do not claim to have put
my finger on the exact spot. but per-
sonally. I think we have been at the
spot. When the observations have
been figured out again it is possible
there will be slighter errors and dif-
ferences, but I am certain that a gun-
shot from where we were would
have passed over the pole."

Poor, Foolish


Steimpting to make
04* cr-am in the
o*l d (appointing
S ali! With

hae i malihe most dHliious ice
cream b teis z nutse, fnezing and
alltf-o 4 -l4bout one cey.t a dish
-.u_ ete go wAr the sto'e.
ztkgr.'"er w.l tell yp Ill1 about
it, can got a b- l. I om the
.tGei Pure Food Co, Le Roy,
X. Y.** you wiil write tfem.
Oroewisl Jell-OIcr CreaniPow.
ft, tWs packages for 96 cents.

Dunnellon. Fla, Sept. 1st, 1969.-
have sold Hallrs Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo, for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It It is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmaebt.
Merchant. 60 days treatment In each

American Playwright Died in Franoe


After .several years of 6yal work 'JIALS D. HULBERT, 1. D.
and selfrsncrifiee in behalf of tuber- IJ
culosis sufferers, Dr. John I t. ami, s i. U0UOPATIC PI'V14CIAN AND
founder of tile Narcoomsee (YFla.) Sun- SURGEON
shine Home and Sanatorium of Con-
sumptlves, has realized the reward of 0e--Second Floor The Munroe & ,
him struggles. For some time Dr. En- Chan bliss Bank Building. Ocala, .
nis has urged the state of Florida to Florid a. t
accept the home as a gift. to he used Velephones-Oefice, 222: Residence. ,
as a place for Florida consumptives of 221.
limited means, or thoae without Oee Hours--9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
means, and this generous offer was p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
heartily endorsed by the State Board 1
of Health. At the last session of the b.
legislature It was voted to acept the
gift, and on Thursday. August 5, Dr. 1. Me TAN1 '
Porter, the state health officer, met v I
Dr. Ennis In Kissimmee and the sana-.
toritm property was transferred to rujaUcUI U Su lM
the state. This week there will be a --
meeting of the state board at Nar- General Practice Cal'. Made Promptly i
coossee, and contracts will be made Nig..t or Dat
for many ImpWovements to enlarge the
scope of the work. Within six months Speeial Attention to Obstetrics, Di- -
the ground will be dotted with sani- eases of Women and Children
tary cottages and tents, and there willC o W
be a staff of physicians and trained Office: Rooms 3-2! Holder Building
nurses to carry on the work accor- second Floor: Phones. Office No. 333.
dMng to the original intent. Dr. Ennis evidencee, No. 333.
was asked to rempln until the'.sanato- .
rium was in full operation, with the OCALA. FLORIDA
offer of a fine salary. He replied that *- -... ..
he would remain as long as he was
needed on one condition, that neither
he nor Mrs. Ennis should receive one i A
dollar of compensation, for, as he -V-- av ----
says, "When I finally leave here I
wish to feel that not one farthing FUNERAL DIRECTORS
of the money sent here has been used
for my personal Interest." The fact HiUate and Embalmn
* is. Dr. Ennis has not only given years
of personal service without pay. but 0. z. Melver Alfred R. Owes
has in reality spent more than $S8 of
his own money to carry on the work. Umdertakrs.
The T. S. S. feels that It bas a right /
to share In the congratulations at- F C t a BInal RIeS
tendant upon the success of this ven-
ture. It was the T. S. S. branches All work done by licensed embalm-
and generous individual members who ers and fully guaranteed.
provided the money. 1,600, to buy the .__ __ - -
original property, and more than 8io
to furnish the house, build two cot- ,
tages. etc.. and each member will feel
now that she has contributed in per- BI l I C E
petulty to the betterment of human II JI J ,
The board of trade of Kissimmee at _
Its last meetig elected Dr. Ennis an y n FmJ MX W- K
honorary member, and gave a vote of,
thanks to him "for his untiring et-
forts In behalf of his fellow men," and They say, but if you will examine
a similar vote was given to fI M. Lee carefully the eice which melts so rap-
and W. B. Makinson for their liberal- I y you will note that there seems to
ity in giving ten acres of land to the be holes in it, that the center I. what
new state sanatorium. In an editorial in called "snow ice." which, being por-
in the Kissisime Valley Gazette mer- ous. allows it to melt quickly.
ited pralae Is bestowed upon Dr. En-
ala. It reads in part as follows: *eCt ,-- T- p
In this day of greed and selshness, Iri aSi &Ace
when to accumulate more dollars
seems to be man's highest ambition, ItI The kind we turn out is as clear
is good to meet and know a man who and Perfect as it is possible to make
answers affirmatively and in the spirit lee, and is the most econnmical ice
of humanity the old question "Am I to use. Ask the man on the Red
my brother's keeper'" Dr. Ennis is a Wagon to stop and st. you.
man who does good because he loves -
his fellow man. without distinction ofi ma sa 1 i a

rich or poor; he does good because it
Is right, because it gives him peace.
happiness and contentment. Now that
the state establishment of the sana-
torium is a fact. it will stand through
all time as a monument to his man-
hood. his unselfishness, his love for
The T. S. S. is proud to have been
a co-worker with an honest man in a
worthy effort that is to bring the sun-
shine of health and consequent hap-
pines into many lives in the future.

you must have good health. You can t




Mbs 5



Ope lto the Lob ct the O(ala

Chalons-sur-Marne, Prance, Sept. 5.
-Clyde Fich, the* American play-
wright, died this evening. He had
een unconscious since the middle
f the afternoon. The doctors and his
friend, Eugene Oauthier. were present
at the bedside. Death was due to ap-
pendicitis. following an operation.

Washington, D. C., Sept. S.-As a
esult of the decision of the navy de-
partment to send a powerful fleet of
cruisers to the Philippines, China and
,ipan. the ships California, Colorado,
Maryland. Pennsylvania. South Dako-
a, Tennessee, Washington and West
Virginia. under the command of Rear
Admiral Sebree, will sail today from
San Francisco. They will not return
o the Golden Gate until next Febru-
Lry. when Admiral Sebree will retire
frdm active service.

was seen in the red face. heads, and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fled. all remedies and baffled the best
doctors. who' said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his
mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bit.
ters completely cured him." For erup-
tions, ecxema, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only 50e.
LGuaranteed by all druggists.
Newcastle, Pa., Sept. 5.- A wreck
which occurred on the Royal Blue
Limited train of the Baltimore and
Ohio, west bound, near here yesterday,
is supposed to have been the work of
train robbers. Two persons were
killed and about fifty injured, many
of them seriously. The entire train
left the track while traveling at a rate
of speed estimated variously as from
fifty to sixty miles an hour.

Carlisle Center, N. Y, G. B. Burhan.4.
writes: "About four year@ ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cared of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I hive never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. 8o:d
by all druggists.

Unpleasant Suprise to a Highwayman
in Georgia
tarnesville. Ga.. Sept. L.-Because a
negro highwayman didn't discriminate
wisely in picking out tictlma he lies
dead at Milner near here. while Mar-
shal Sims of that place has the reali-
zation of having rid his town of a
dangerous inhabitant
The marshal was on his regular
round through the town when the ne-
gro suddenly appeared before him In
the darkness. grasped his throat with
one hand and with the other holding a
knife close to the officer's neck, de-
rnand.d his money. The marshal went
dl-wn in his pocket and pulled out
s.-v-ral coins. The negro looked down,
but failed to watch the marshal's oth-
er hand.
As the money was handed over the
officer's right hand came up and in It
was his pistol. The weapon spoke
once. then again and the highwayman
dropped, one ball in his body and an-
other in his neck. He died within a
few minutes after being shot.

Do not be deceived by unscrupulous
Imitators who would have you believe
that the imitation pills are as good as
LDWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There isn't anything Just as good as
these wonderful pills for the relief of
Backache. Weak Back. inflammation of
the bladder, urinary disorders and all

I I.

i~ 46

The, Brush. I

If you are interested in or are thinking of 'pu mhaftgs
car, there is nothing for the money aso powertln. 0elableaI.
hill-clmbibs and sand-pulling quallities as the BrusL Tea"
tive catalogues by calling ,on or writing

IRLCAmo A lr i


--- .. -, -.. ..,l -"


Hudson l0 ..

The sensation in motor r#

1910-Cbalmers-Detroit Thiel

no need to say anything for t Ig

Write T. S. ALBER.ETY,

Orlando, Ytflb

- -- -- -- -



4S.ESS. *'
Carnegie RalI and third men's dormitory now oImple*taed
lights, steam ano urnace heat; large faculty; perWest h ith
tions; fine gymnasium, athletic field. boating, ten emsarta, -
baseball, football and basketball teams champloas eof Is .i
Nearly a quarter of v million dollars endowment; expeamss
scholarships available: Christian but undemolnatiodnal; sas -
CMACTE. :.: CUT=.E :. ... CM .

Fe kmPit ,WI l fuLP I

GaiNevIll, Florida
An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
ported by State and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men. A
Thorowh Courss Lding to Dogres
dof.A LBe.,M..AM.SL
and LL. .I
In Arts and Sciences: Agriculture:
Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Me-
ehanical Engineering: Law: Normal
School: Graduate School. Expenses
Exceedingly Low For Catalogue wrie
A. A. MURPHMEE, A. M., LL 0..


'J-.~' .~J



'A 'I
4- $5,







S1 i

A College without a pasM as -* -"
South. ofwerftg deges l i
In the following departaata ,
L A School of Liberal Art,
11. A Sebool of1 Imdntlial Art
IIL A Schol of lnea At -. I;
IV. A, Sel hool of EMpre
V. A School for ?TeahsM .
No Taltia. Other ,mx.6 a aImR
.Por Information a" ".
,~ .t

Wetern Beef, Vetl, Florida Stal red 10
Mautto, Armour's Star Haim, Armlour's, Pk
SaOsage, Cabbage Rutabagas Tn.ipl. Bt*'--.
Sweet Potatoim Irish Poutaws, Spaih 1OMg.



city KArkuS


* a;

Phcoe 108


K 0.-;-S.Aa I

Snow kLiniimet

PoiiVey Came
R~uMaz% N~zo
Bac k, Old ~

Give I a Tula 0C66-1-04

. 4
. 'l




- - 4000"001494004

- - - A A A

- - - - - - -
- - - - - -


t -

1, ,.



* .A-











-' ~ mALL. ~.*,aa ~ .~ -~


zT74~ii1IE~~rJii~iI1 -----..---Y-7-w-.-.----- -*


0 Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lang and baby -' Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUP3RIOB.
nTo wt had a sNI eas th% will go to Crystal River this week. Take care of your stomach. Let Ko-
, Mift g n Mr. T. 3. Wtber. the where they will spend several weeks dol digest all the food you eat, for St Joseph's Acade1y, Lofetto, Florida
OfiM fti* .wri. He is sUMe at Shell Island, having rented the that is what Kodol does. Every tea-. ,
Ih M St me 1s llmt1 1110B be d1 h1" Baunm cottage spoonful of Kodol digests 2% pounds FALL TERM COMMENCE TUESDAY, PTEMBER 7TH .
Mdew t6rers ared sad e-pea of food. Try It today. It Is guaran- *****
S O t 8a fit eeatly esplated The county commissioners will be In* teed to relieve you or your money back.
WiMt e Q- te tmd it Qergs. He session tomorrow, Wednesday and Sold by all drugglsts.
Mi Otm wa mu lleat tplae to Thursday.
MU0W1 1 1 6WiW was VUe M@=diny Sheriff Galloway and his deputies
ptie'to itsa ma t o e tht -- ran in a gang of eight black toafer
t + quduM iad s.prebtably. He Saturday night who had no apparent
i M to -* a w Je gsw m ei o means of support. They appeared be-
aM"y Sb a t i w bf rte If@iIn fore Justice Lyles this morning who Ha
i SA n edm m be fnlued them $10 each or sixty day& 'on*"
S th ea ep t the hard road.Lawn Mower happened
-- aWSee NC m -- from ps- Dr. Abernethy, the great Englihethods
00 appealas twe e Mbe physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.I,,,".
m W. 7 When they are affected, life is In dan. '
e. h ger." Foley Kidney Remedy makesWe have just received one of the
rCuisand ghe althy kidneys, corrects urinary er-
--IsrI Sol" nl.fW.tDwn, regularities, and tones up the whole; Lwn Mower G a b
S evuretg '8. i8wuth system. Sold by all druggists. for the purpose of g ind g Iawa
so. a O medaMr. nd.made M ad. The Allen Christian Endeavor, col-
d masf amlus iSa nad orel. league will hold a state conven- does the work perfectly. If yotwil i. om
d"A VU I.. o,,tion In Ocala beginning Sept. th and-
s et b ea smme closing Sept. 12th. The meetings will, yoir patronage, we guaatee to gve y
Stake place In the Mount Zlon A. E. Mower in better condition than the day yo
'W d T sa b4 i Pit., The program Isas avery complete and it It wile sharp and stay sharp
N 1WiSher Ma" s? 111"- tand. Interesting one. Mayor J. D. obe-' it It wilet sharp, ad
MriI.s t I I a e B EMAa son will extend to them an address of old style way which is usually d e i
"a&1.Wftd Wn9" i welcome. Old style way, which i.
&M g mmas u dsand "Of A t -0 not s A NARROW ESCAPEd
n s n a t flkr.We ait FOd gar N. BaylLqs. a merchant ofo '- ;;
he b $ lf W OW, tS ,odRobinsonvile. Del. wrote: "About two: M
to. W_ yea r s ago I was tthin and slek, and'! yNx y in -- +"
VlssMe- WnhO. ts o Mr. t W coughed all the time and If I did n)t : --- -
&soUm IIL-w e rt CMdom have consumption. It was near to It.; br g O o
ih Is1 tS tNashl, yI I commenced using Poley's Honey an'i "1. -


'.':* ^

. ... ; +: .. ..y


Wiker Is i love wfth her work ad DOUG" NOWS T .DA V
is-is oeyti s br posist on icc 4oo mms We O Wde UaH ed Damo ls Re JudginR by appearasa, the Onala
16m iCDlHIAGo-9BafHOP not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. as they can do without additional
mo" l d -- F. J. Chemeyr & C., for ce. The foundry department has
A quiet weddig ce ...uny yesterday Toledo. O. been running full time the Mpat week
S Il aftermo at the attractive home of We, the undersized, have known and the machine shop bas been work-
Mrs. Nellie Barcos Bishop om Oklawa- P.J. Cheney for the last S years, and Ing overtime. The J automobile depart-
I. E GAM LLSOI taes Mainm hab avenue made her the wife of Mr. believe him perfectly honorable in idt meant is now la charge of Messrs.
S. Willsm Dembam of OGalnesvile. Rev. business transactions and flnanetally strong of N.ew york and BowIe of
IL R. H. Barnett. pastor of the Methodist able to carry out say obifgations made Leoslsvme. These men are experts in
IA N ATJLANTA chuh, spoke the Imprensve words by his firm. their lie and any work submitted to Our Mr"s.
---that made the contracting parties Waldig Kin msan & Marvin, their care will receive the attention rn
Men* lomM IS eto r at wetk do- maan and wife. The ceremony was Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0. It demands. aI mpretry li ea
vWkig as to the laber amd witnessed by the am.diate fa iy Hall's. atarrh Cure Is taken Intern-. pretty line of im e a t'i
the S asO@e that sU w esntinual- only. Those present were Col. lc ally, acting upon the blood and mu- NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND shapes. Ala l &$ st0le an" '4i
I teM ll mm2b26l I n Jhs m ey Barseo of Crystal River. father of the cous surfaces of the system. Testi- It ws a thrilling experience to Mrs. Our stock f Plum beurt-emelyElteu
22. The iust weald that bride. Mrs. Pinkney Allen of Crystal monials sent free. Priee 76e per bot- Ida Soper to face death. -ForyeS be the f inenever ot e. A
-Ii- weaesa dee- River, grandmother of the bride. Mrs. tie. Sold by all druggists.T e HalFS Ida soper to facedeath or a be m int r aon s f
__1 aasevere lung trouble gave me Inte est ti.Oas"n sse .- ^- Ow brofte
m erlos m scently Newton Knoblock and hbr son, William FPamily Pills for constlption. seutering" she write and sev et thin. e ad P
M I IS the ew AUlmts m ilhed Knobiock. of Martin, Mrs. A. M. Arm- kersseHayeraft pem at week
Ms M a gat ar- strong and so go Armstron. of times n a cd death. All kinds. Mr y snt e
mat L a rm- the ong and O slter and nephew of theron Major J. K. Priest. the sheep and remedies failed and doctors aid I was lag the styles and making the
S m e p the yo byde, Mr. strank B nhop. brother-in- cattt,! man of the Daisy section. was Incurable. Then Dr. King's New DI,- lag we have this fall lJst what the,
S i s nstmnwas hih i rhY law of tUb e brideaM, Mrs. Walter -Inood- in town Saturday and feeling mighty covery brought quick relief and a cui appreciate. Cme and see the
Sma_ .oh rest law of th. M le bridle, Mrs. cWalter Hos of ine. He had just sold his wool crop so permanent that I have not ben appreciate. Come In and e the
S ila tls Mrs. MBishop and the e to of l .the and received over a thousand dollars troubled in twelve years" Mrs. go-
N ub isbleb~I theop Mrs. BiThop and the editor of the for it. He said his Bock of sheep por lives in Big Pond, Pa. It woreAs
4$ ge 10a plee you drop iftar. The marriage ceremony was composed the most proftable adjunct wonders in coughs and colds, sore
th $ p1. M 'd th m a m do tbhi peris Iome.N the farlel 'om oa f the of his tarm, that they had paid for lungs. hemorrhage, Ia grippe. asth-
si oh ir p I ad the mltoshels be- Bishop home. The bride and groom themselves every two years since be ma. croup, whooping cough and ul
W- M tl hp b pslhs take up had no attendantS, but when the hour had had them. The horned cattle bronchial afections. We and $1. Trial
a*lO hei pla it K en w shoe appointed. 1:30. had arrived, the con- were doing splendidly, too, that they bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
@ms R pemes the somane ad tractine parties came Into the room, had the best range be had seen in gists.
a tB a s mmo humasbs i sand facel the minster and responded In Florida and thy were sleek and fat -
ft soya w nl e s t Is lear b tones to the questions propound. The major, who is growing youngerIOPENING OF HOWARD ACADEMY
n"mhbb tme .. Yeou ed by the mini ster. After the cere- every day and doesn't look a day over
p. m t it and mony had ben performed, congratu- 50, had a good word to say for Mr. E. Howard Academy mill open fo the
agl rmmod s and tis nations were extended wthen Mrto. wan 50 a or lr L s f I b pd Academy will open the
MSO M o4be R ps sadt a there u lrs. A. T. Thomas. ie n te heir auto. took P. Rents, the mill and railroad own er s Sept. 13th. Patrons wil I =
eM* i f p e N s a M tether Mbrsie a. d T.rThomas toin their autbo, tok land operator. Major Priest said he tak notice and prepare their children
sell ph, bos s. e. is. he isthe bride and groom to the Seboard was always fair and willing to do the for school. J. D. leCall, PrincipaL
N s maftl ogiaal ssMi g an and Mrs. Hood, where the -happy cou- - hi |d so
SA i s l t ey lanlac I pe took the train for Japcksonville. tunately killed any of the cattle of the KILLS WOULD-SE SLAYER
S mM oftMItn >aemi. Uoa pie took the d train for Jllksonmvillepeople along his line and this road by A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
pfe, bid eoan ea a reyafty. The Their wedding trip will consume two bringing that section in touch with'
ia n melo Iea that m O t M weeks, In which time friends In Geor- transportation had doubled th value with many victims. But Dr. King's
endlot ..W90 u 00, who maw Si and FIlorid will be visited. when of their lands and was ever ready to ew Life Pi s kill it by preventlo.a
tM ~4 1e s Ime. A an WhI had the couple will return to Gainesville assist the people In any move t They gently stimulate stomach, liverA
il se d kette Nmow Yeft au to make their ome t b etterme nt of the community. th and bowels, preventing that clogging
A ad sm ~ 00e0t 10op0s beat The fair- bride Is the attractive and majormwas feeling good and t. that Invites appendletis, curing con-
I M ift anh petoshng she iand lhasome daughter of Col. Nic Barco looked bright a nd osperous to him stipation, illousness, chill', malaria.
he h aAto M ea *il the naeldme. of Crystal River and is a general fav- and ma It ever contirsou the headache and Indigestion. 25c at all
-J e iW the est l d she beelmesM orte with all who have come under wish mof t o-he ---o. f t druggists.
li0s wh sta e ashmd hall the Itfllence of her pleasig and." :'- t"i" '''"'
Iga II rile e~t lbut fprmk charming personality. Her handsome Mr. James Nobles, one of the old .'
StW mRue hM devil In the features wer heightened by a becom- w, pioneers of Sumter county and among
f p e twenty yee s age n I g traveling suit of tan, matched with the rst to plant orange trees on Pan- '
bS* he tas Mha o ad electrical shoes Ibat and veil. asonffee Lake. died a few days ago.
le g i- l5 e oM w do-. The-4roona, Mr. Will Deniham, Is a He will be mourned by all who knew
41" gslIwaf the Sm inthe rep.- well known newspaper man, who for him.
Al1M a M ifbata at tha lSoth the past twenty years has be m con-
ON e sagt. meted with Senator MeCreary's Bua WARNING
it pstAa a Bn-d -and has held every position on the pa- Do not be persuaded Into taking
f i,, w M lif EMler O la ter from devil to editor in chief to the anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
SW. a bf I OeiWs a -d mer h-tat ot satissaction and commendation of Its for chronic coughs. bronchitis, hay
0Wb -e---o g pse rea~, the New *ewor and editor and he is a man who DON NEED. G --a fever asthma and lung trouble, as it
Ta1 SFtr e co, C in theSetm a as friends wherever he Is known. Many people do neo need classes but stops the cough and heals the lunai.
t aAd W is asg samlenddlf ar d Durint Mr. Denham's absence from most people do. Sold b all drugh gists. t .i
Wnt M ae aiberma prpeaa aevile and the Sun. his position You may he one of the naojod.ri
dIMIt&addisM4 a t herglang Gainesvlle and w tl Sun.y his people Talude 1e bc th bott*. GIR Wy
le i A .oase, will be filled by Mr. Jesse Burts. who There ae two ways of finding out. Rose-Violet Talcum. Ie. the bottle,.
LIet %il., a uM Wrotr known is to OCCUPY the position of city editor One-swait for time and disease to at the Ppstofice Drugstore. .
6 s&'a &'md the at secretary of of the Orlando Reporter-Star. drive you to It.N.
s 0 sIagudili lg &s Lea n Assel- The Star extends hearty congratula- Two-onsult s about it.
is, is i S pale bhe per tons. and trusts their matrim onial We Can Tell You whether or not you
Stem Mldias Clethei g Ce, m M M. n krk will have fortunate smailigs and ed them. DR. tIb. D BON .
Ms, a a uner meralet, at 3e.. their yet's maillngs be of happen ess balright 8i aist,
adomaa I n me popular ad ras w aand usefulness. Fla.
ot Atti o of #Mr. Hamp Chahers, Oeala's effic- Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1: 20
0 mhet sM fln Maui te Mioami lent fire chief and everybody's friend, to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
g. p tW$-_ Ma leo e i served as chief messenger for the oratory. ro o 2 and 4 Gary blork. S I
Su ll l 1tr U r M a s t occasion, secured the license and re- o 3 or
m h b e, ao re a4vg a aquested the newspapers to keep the Prof. J. ET Brinson returned froam
u s"Cae. tad tears k Ie happy event a profound secret until it the educational meeting In Jackson-
Si .ll md aal f O I her' hbad become a reality and not a happy vill saturday which was well attend-
IA W 1 ilng W t e er' santicipation, and sought the minister ed and full of Interest. We a11 I have t o S q
ibte ~ s at Adata, ell into a at It:2 Sunday morning while In his more to say about the meeting later. .
h m adfeik evMiE OM M Mr pulpit. A wedding dinner preceded
M jma W Ipe n' atd th her ugbnd the marriage and was greatly enjoyed Many people delude themselves by
W1 lba l) pite aphis haernie, by all present. saying, "It will wear away." when 0
Igt A MM S i CthUk i trit to they notice symptoms of kidney and We e fj -i
hi s elM b b n e Go oy wood help The sad news reached Ocala this bladder trouble. This is a mistake.
bin.T ha tbee paets e tA e ltAorn a that Clyde AFkem a boy of Take Foley's Kidney Remeddya. and RIbAt* Ists $,I iB
imb hef 8 IIhel bipe tW e o ITA. 1. with a number of companies, went stop the drain on the # 1tality. It c-ur the man tho Jys
U a1t5 M Minia thi Al a well bathing yesterday In Blue Mnk, locat.backache, rheumatism. kidney anS g
maN MW. a& d E" a M have a be~ ed between Blitchton and Oldtown and bladder trouble and makes every trace a
U 7e li* 1hWJs1 4m se f the ief young Alken was drowned. There is of plain. weakness and urinary trouble C
psTMws O the y Y West only a short ledge along the brink disappear. Sold by all druggists. s "enu m to aor l a.
bu pheas two years. this ledge the water is very deep. Mr. J. M. Bryan and wd e are in est
&eM elalml has emu e met- When young Alken stepped off the of cartel friends. r. Bryan was in
. mpeliamle sad puts them on to ledge, he grabbed Landis Blitch and town today and said he had the plea- a el.,
ieU mgi 1quehuree attests in the busy Biteb shook off yOUng Alken. Both N. I. ottleb. who sa e ut orlnionand et
hom e 'g ay is a verita le down- came to the surface, Bltch galaing the lodges of t se Fraternl UnWn and met
w w The crowd, bustle ledge, but young Aiken went down and and Mr. Bryan attending a picnic and
mNi e t a d one g r the hri body hasn't been seen ose. The Mr. Gottileb made an address on the!

a mr mesea the Chanter and a body of water and covers several a
QMS-Ou huldiag am( others under anres of ground. The calamity is great..
WA oleNtag glwSth and prosperity. ly deplored. The accident should be a There is no fae lwar P against any -
I is M Mr. Chadise's haeome on warning to boys to avoid such dan- one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
ate is t i a-4 da s S,- erous bodlesofwater. TONIC. t's guaranteed to cure ma-JE
__ t r a ad lara. chilit and fever. Price 25 cents S JOAD E
Ga m &a a dsp Th mother of Mr. 8. W. WIII~s of per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll 1
bprnb on how ueO h yOU drink a the Blitchton section, died yesterday, probably know. LORETTO, (Near Mand81 ) HAORIDA.
dMr. She was 78 years old and one of the McIver As MacKay received their Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph., Yol.1i
Ml. le at inas, a n ferme raml- piomeer sttlers. Her remains were first car of brick for the opera house Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Caretlly Trained along Physical, Intel-
o C a but 30W o Atln t entered today at Pleasant Hill ceme- this morning. There will be thirty lectual, Moral and Social LUnes. Heal thy Location, Magdfleeat Swiua.tig
m iane th be e ictreo f tery, andu the funeral services were cars or 30e.000 brick and all will be on POOl Complbte Rquipment in Schoolroo s, DormitorIes, Dining Hmal and
h and m t b v rthe ground within 60 days.. A car will Recreation Roo.j. .
be received every other day.





Oinf 0 n0

K. of P. meet this evelnag. Thi lowaS taea -1 Owa
SOdd Fellows met tomorrow night. Buy Creanam nlo tra" a the i 1amb IN Ksell
N I III IEagesm meet Wedneday evening tO its Da Oe. YOR pay and the Brick CrU &ab e e s v
01io-us- after s hard tb. L s'
PRing cases at th ea a News Co no more ,for it tm other the w o e er o oss at hbe.
e=nsin or the s nd me m l e,
wM i ner,- "IWaukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's. High grade Flour. Ev- the Oak Hans. a!in aeu --. .i.f i
My line of elegat new Fall Millinery, The- county hol t .ard i in session ery poud of it guaran- do to p Saae.
tods -.....*a la In bed the previous day' withk eve
em inbt g Hatu, both trimmed and on. teed to be the best that nd It was a ft s as m thro" a da
, ,A/.Pi.turp puzzle post cards at the ee t ofjudgmMt that he as-'
Trimmings ot all kinds Bib- Oeala House. can be made from soft the box. In the so00a feing the
lower Feather, Veiling and A. M. Lansfor went o t. Augus- winter wheat. Sold ex- and hi t two .
'**': iftine' today on the excursion. for a long time it looked as N ths- ,.
n. "A ltpt, is coming in every day. elusively by had the game. Jimmie Wladham was
FOR RENT-A large pasture close put la the boaI n the turd hntlg. Nad
S Formal announcement of the opening In. Apply at this office. J-Put went to riihte tld. Windhan1
pitched a beautitfl game. holdtag the
o*'f the new fall goods Will be made in a Mr. Hood, wife and child of Crystal n visitors down duarti the remainder of
: River, were In town yesterday the aAe. Pmd. as usual, scored the "-
l shortatiee. U m rt run. getting a htt to ieft: stole
Call and see the new books %' the second and came home nUttle Dea-
the Ocala !- -ws Co. GRO C RYa n's single. Daldso went to
second on a passed bal and coted ekam
I L L L I AFFT .ECI aMr. W. E. Gamble of Dunnellon was Spot.swoods error. No further .. .
.. A 1F L ECa guest of the OKala House yesterday. AUTOMOILE FOR SALE were made until the last of the aloth .
when. wtb the score 2 to 2. two mned
I " K toxto Mnroe & ChambliMs Bank Have y u seen the picture puzal A Eve-passenger automobile. two- out and a runner e third(, Oa lowa
Spot cards at the Ocala New Co cylinder. chain drive. n first-elass came to bat and dropped a ae it.
Mr. CludeCambel Is onine condition and everything complete, for back of second baw. bringing In My-
Mr., Claude Campbell is confined to "ale ebeap for cash. Apply to C R. ers mad winning the game.
his bed with fever. Tydings. Although baseball abire alda*t laks
4 vpry progasing at the b"inC of the
Mr. J. J. Williams of Homosassa. The Star regrets to learn tat Mrs. msea n. the local team strengthened
to the asylum a step made necesary and has woa a majority of te game W
Bathing caps just received at the by her destitute condito. as she is ai played. Ocala and. Galnesvile ha v
. Court Pharmacy. reasonable as any one most of the played seven game. the local team.
time. tabag fl ow a ty Wag o ae gams. Never
Miss Rhoda Liddon is the guest of e-- fre has tbhre been, malt"e ted
m -j 1 -- *eior has them been, edan 3tod w ImS_ s :-'*, 3',f
ioof te working of the Bu tlar Mrs. E. A. HIckson of Lake City. "Brothers In Arms" is the prlacipal much laterest local ba all as
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munroe of subject at the Air Dome thought, back this season and particularly the last
Sinstalled by the ecc PtOtCO I p ary e ot M a o ed up by two outr reels a mp ipe- week Nearly everybu iness ma
eOU omp y Pine- are guests of thetures. The, histdrical sketch of Car- town has contributed money to the
Srli, Miag in Our bank, has taken plac, and t touche Saturday night was a good e, support of the team and as.many f .
TAI"L-.g o* t eand received hiMgh approbation from them ap poeMble. have attended the MRS P
tu i p O trafet'uS' Oh for at the Star office the large crowd present games and rooted for the team. A
hq have ma1f -ted in this up-to-date improvement at the central Florlda le. for ea m
u oet W Sck eder- bornla lbroeh Newberry. S. C.. thesmotme g o rganpl d Oyalw will be w ithus l se, She w-
The Muuroe & Chamblissw Banko s whehfaly spetusW 41ou.9,thfe-.0"
-:- --'- .......... ..... ......... .,Mr. Brice is In the employ of t egov- players who playedwith us < Mig s
H-avyo se n ..the... e,- ..... ermnent at Port Inls. the ainesv lle and uanto sweri e por we
^Kjn hh'6aI *.*w SHave you aeern the ew visibale Pay- have expreed their desire to retan a cnetI paagle
"r S~ Sbholes typewriter? R. C. Davl & Co., Mr. t. T. hom who h been to Ocala next year, and ift our people striklap the chal er
general agents. 41 t d n the do not make arrangements to have attdag
spending ten days Inthe them return It wull be a p tie *w ee
16V Mrs. R. L. Anderson left Saturday North Carolina for his health, returned to baseball laI Ocala. Lets afV pW to- b
for the Adirondacks, to visit her Saturday greatly Improved.. et er and next year get a to-s* el
", 0P i *rgiT daughter. Mrs. Clifton Camip. : .r Rad on G, ether that wil be a crt tow- TMe ,
If the glare of the sun hurts your came up today from Shell Island. Mr. potting institute, and the team that
CAR R IES A LARGE eyesget a pair of smoked glaes Moorhead will remain In tpwn all represented Ocalta the past week wasmm
from us for 2Sc. The Postofflee [ week. Mr. oorpen f said ev e o certainly a winner-taklag,si straight "
s aIin a large launch and had w dy teamss outside a league In the ste. North M ,P *.-
ANDTOM P ETEO Mr. John McCredle. a skilful young sport. catching some of almost every N, A
Sg machinist from 3eorla, is visiting his kind of fish that Inhabit those waters. "
OF mother and sisters In Oeala. Including a number of large grouper. THIEV STILL AT WORK l r. (a l 'ra C s l
^*^ SAL- My house the A petition Is being crculated asking The home of Mrs. Wabshburn. the' tuip to 1e w t
: .^ ;l f BnI 1 E PFOR SAL?,--My house: the best the city council not to dispose of the did Sheriff Bodge house, w e.asqerp meoantlps _ .
corner location In Ocala, on the mar- deerin the city aoo, as they are such Saturday night and ten dollars was crisp ,b rha
S ket. Address B. Z. Potter. objects of attention and interest. The taken from Mrs. Washboran's sm's vw*-Iah'tme -t
,.' A.ND E_. C,. S ha eu n petitioners say the city can well at- pocketbood. The purse eqntained a Their trip s -T-
SAND Mr. E C. t tarp y hal returned o ford to spend a hundred dollars a year number of checks that were unmolest. longed lne s g M.
a brief trip to BaMtmore and other to rtails the attraction Ye T. why ed. Mr. Washbrn was absent trom I..M ..Srf
SArtLhern cities. not? There Is no one thing In te home and when he ret ed homeo the e l W i .
1c iutNI Iyhn 0 L .. r. C. as & C o. of Jackn e. city that affords the people so much fmont door was standing open, nd b -
w"i selW nC a keC of J sonve interest as the deer. The IIttle ones investigated, with the g g d- Mre ol lA -.
ty seprter. upoi iasy teams Ift nd. Just dote on them. clore. In
-.; Mrs isit Mr. M. Ho etr the ...... -Mrs. Minsle Bostick will return prt
U IupMr. John R. Dewey went up o Friday from New York and ,alt"re,. O ala Stem L a dry. -returned ~Jst- Mr. # 3'i.-
l h CO St an f M In M gJacksrmville this morning. He wll tre- where she has been buylr her tall, urdy alht, fo vist to t6 Matl's .di-r tal a.e. &'! "
p5.turn tonight. and winter millinery, much of which Vnear. Mas M Howar did et p l
,lrpI fj r M ft I q W-- nh C f- JW has 'already reached Ocala and Is be- return with him, and will remaIn ae- . I r ..'..T a' e- '
ll iTAre you troub led with dani? Ing marked up at the store. eral weeks yet. Mr. Howard looks as M
-Wad. Thn qy.a bottle f Dike's Hair Tonto.I.Akhis trip did him o '
larB.tambroIdersb *ectte Sli ndl at ttee t ppaeiy.t himllw good.>.d
-f romRodaman, where ha isthtuted who have been visiting friends in Ma.- yot lrday fm heras 'r e
rl u s WOcala--, kow, Ea-. E Mr. L. Levkay of Tampa, Florda con, wll return home tomorrow. The s o visited the city sou thi at I i
b. agent for the Southern Cotton Oil oo., tslnlmta aa f 11 o'es and left a beau- 5ondaI,. "d 'e tn i.
'- l lv'.a'- -Sck 1 Is at the Monteumea. Mr. Ja. H Badger. one of the big ttfl baby fawn to the deer "Dalimy. O ''-
" -"0 iii and successful cattle men of Marion. The little, arrival exctted more Inter- M os RBe1 Ktihey f *g._ .
'. -- --- 'b -H CAMJ FO cents wlU Aan you for ten was a visitor in town today ad made est that most rJeal laby arrivals do wl arrive tTorOown trri .
L hours. Get lne of those '-inch Wes- tie Star an appreciated call. He nsald and the ews quickly spread and whnof ttpmmte an the gp e at. V"
: 1 tinghou fans from H. W. Tuckek he had just completed a sale for the hundredS of people called during the Trozier. Mrs_ Zene, b .
E.A 3 Mr C. H. a r Aaturday largest number of beef cattle to day to e the litte fellow. He is IM 'RiiflllSS.S- -
agg .H p -Ary Mr. i C. H. Damel returned Saturday man in the history of Marion o mIghty wobbly on his pbns but a day hand ist agent at a-.,- .
rX- W ^ I- U fl from Rodman. where he Instituted a There were conaiderably over 1N or two will ive hhin eaty f streng th ,
" "'." -- ""large camp of Woodmen. head and at prices perfectly atfac- and be wil be as plaf l p osi ai Itten. M. M, s, "3. .,
De eputi 1herif Wil t-- s toy. The purchaser was Mr. J. L To the best of our knowledge this we guests "f 't
SraiA a putY Sheriff Will Huton ha Edwards. Mr Badger felt and talked the irst ba"i deer ever born In Ocala yeterday. .. "*.* -
B. ...:"-. _- been ill forf the past two weeks, but Is like a man that has a comfortlmg bank since the days when doer and Ind*ans "*h ".r A
/*v Improving at this time. account. roamed over the present site of tie Mr. Jack 0'a r

P, -. i Mr. H. C. Jones and father returned The Womanas Auxllary of the Zpis- O'Hu Is oue, ofmh ,.p' .' '*
I^jm m i I* Fod l .m from tthis morning in Mr. eopal church will meet at the ret- Mr. Ella Bradley. whft for the past beu and tpUrnte iHlt /"r..5
H The-- Tam- correspondent of the -and seven mlnutes. afternoon at 4 o'clock, ant la the Western Union telegraph .__ ..-- .__ _^ 1 : 1.
B. --aOus ?ninlmil-d Time:-Union ..ys: .. Mr. and M-. J.1 0. Dekle are home aonvilM and went to that city Sunday. A. Nah's store ; /.

ip" a Ret est. It is evident from an lacident which from their wedding trip, which ex*- "Bch" l a fine operator and a genial company' lt ei a .
I -. :ThI V-.-- mblhas developed In the arrest of alleged tended to Washington and Baltimore. young man. ad Ocala, reret to lose ha.ndhj, cmtaln -A ,
petty robbers in Ocala recently, that him. His place an been taken by one chaia plaJn gold g .
.:Ji OCAL APLAthe party or parties which stirred up o Mrs. R. D. Thompon left yesterday of our boae boys. Leby Landers.whoand visingeard .
_..the residents of Hyde Park and other afternoon for Lexinugton. Ky., to visit is developing into one of the smartest Gaettan
sections of Tampa are the same as her daughters. Mrs. C. E. Powell and operators In the state. uw- h "mid. t
L thoe .engaged In the house entering Pr Mrs. Jaes E. Chae. She was ac- or


erI t t w iu

CAW for nd Deivered Pmp-
AN Work Guarantsed. Whit

" y.;WI < :... ALLBit

.'I *My TMt TO DIEh
Wad* 6--a -_ u w- p vI -

WF. Marlow, Propri it

I eoelvp daily sllpmentd of cholke
tueb and a" water fsh of th' bet
0 I .At ...A ... h..# a%

campaign inuStU t susequentUiiy ill
the Brick City. Three Sunday after-
noons kgo th4 residence of Mrs. O'Neal
on CdOar avenue, Hyde Park. was en-
teret and a pocketbook stolen there-
from, *rhichbhad, of course, been given
up for lost forever by its owner until
yesterday when she received word
that Jt had been recovered from a ne-
gro In Ocala. arrested there. The In-
formation came in a round-about way
.as follows: The chief of police of
Ocala had arrested a negro and on him
found a pocketbook containing $14 and
a receipt for pew .rent In the church
of the sacred Heart in this city. with
Mrs. O'Neal's name on It The chief
at once communicated with Rev.
Father Navin. pastor of the Church of
the Sacred Heart, making if he had a
parishioner by the name of O'Neal and
describing the pockettlook found and
its contents. The reply.went back to
\,Oeala that the lady was a well known
number of Father Navln's church and
the pocketbook. which was valued
more as a keeps than for the mon-
eyor t contained. is in transit to Its
own,r recovered through the receipt
for pi*w rent found in It when taken
from the negro. It has been known
here that the recent house entering in
Ocala were very similar to those in
this city and the O'Neal pocketbook
Incident shows that at least one of the
operators in Tampa Is plying his
game in Ocala.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
safe. sure. easy. gentle little liver

Lva v w *. V'w .A An companies y -ner egrancfudrin.
and M usic Mrs. H. C. Jones and children and
Mr. Jones. Sr., with his wife went
down to the lake Saturday afternoon.
The Bet of Eterralnimet Furmibd. Mr. H. C. Jones will go down today in
I his auto.
ed byr Home Ptolhiauto.e
SI( Mi" Sarah Agnew left yesterday for
MW PIRCTIURE VERI DAY Jacksonville, after spending ten days
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT with her sister. Mrs. J. C. CarsteBm,
Miss Agfnew will leave this week for
New York, In her capacity as a train-
PeiiR I i tfol K ed nurse. She will spend several
BROTHERS IN ARMS weeks in the metropolis. combining
(Full Reel. Hand-Paintd) pleasure with her professional duties.
ST. 3. Anderson. a young man from
THE SAND MAN Orange Springs. was in town atur-
day to get a list of books used for the
MISS MOFFETT AND THE SIMIAN teachers' examination which he Will
STONE take next week.

A MOTHERLF- 8CHILD Mr. T. D. Bryan, with a phosphate
A MOTHERLSS CHIL-D company of Nicholas Fla., was la town
RAISED FROM THE RANKS Sunday. Mr. Bryan was a former res-
RAIED FOM THE RANident of Ocala and bookkeeper for the
Admison 10 5 cents firm of Mclver & MacKay and has
many friends here who are always
glad to see him. Mrs. Bryan and the
Doo UE at 7 :39 P baby are spending the sumner in
North Carolina for the health of the
H. W. TI'KER, PROPRIETOR little one. who is rapidly growling
-.-.-.-. strong again.
Gene Parham of Oxford and one of
its most enterprising and sccemsfal
We C B IA lAIlI farmers and truckers, was I town
Saturday. He said me season had
been a good one to all cultivators of
PAmT PTM AR II u .1.1.. 1 ..... l_... ,__ __.

mr. as n so II m s rei SIaI I 5 I5 -- rn om ,..
his trip to Hot Springs. BW LAWui. The pw1rth L"AM0 WlS -l
Louisville and French Lick Springs. regular monthly bui- aes
He had a great outing and can't de- night, at 7:N i tlhe
termine which is the greater place, the ethodist eurekhurh. .
Hot Springs or French Lick. are urged to'he pU et.:.,. ,-
S .".. ... ""r -^g ;7 *'" v 1
A big egeuurmg. Wen t
SII today fro St. Peitoaay fao"
Belle ilde Svoe is- "-, _
S-white and, colored, ettI. s- at
statkh. Ther w lere 'a' --"
and they were pretty. mI rd '
Sq hoall I. C Mr. Chrlers ba f
hWt to Dmanma tll W I -.5
mrs IW seine busineesstheb

MomAn though Pim e am We
J. A. Sweuagp.WaMisu Wh..
years of tsdt"a "
not cue, had at la.t l
Bucklem's Amleh Ralve aed t P
and well.". InfaMIble Mr -k O in i
Cout Pharmacy ecsea. samt .et ilbI teveI
-u barus. esld^ 's vk^ W *BMeBi -=
all dragg1s .`4


Seleotm dit~t a --
and state; drti --d
dhatret -, dw eas ae,
S_ -40. a&S a '.

f ... -f

/.S-v, 'o '



- I *AA

C. A=L. Nm W
a UU'M Tsa__





'On a m 16a-t- .the pe Ofasloewal ad aiemful uam &ad Women of
-ia dW. NW Obrasrof tOw earrmad lug teritory.
W* &U eub. ll imme.Onur customers represet the mea nda.
I WIN blK M4 are 9W bUfldbg sanetal eatoerprism.
Wo e ads a or pour bum*o -.

-----h ---------------------a-------------

PoubMea oe@%Claw
- andltm. Fres ato n




okee, Eggs, Etc.

Prduce Both

I Slt Water Fsoh. The Most Com-
Ceuntry. Re-modeld and Right
am-ra. i Cn mestien. First Clan

O ***1e sad Reasonable SBard to W*-kly Custeers

r 9p nm and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought

and Sold.

P. 0. Box No. 652

0 nd in No sbpsb Sred



w> A ,-

Phone 13S

We be. a stoe crusher at work In Ocala. and are prepared to do all
kINd at Ceomt Work, Build Poundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
Mrilk B1Sd e1walks, Artificial Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make
bekm fer ihndatiosU for house work. which look better than brick, and
arf ampeer. Warehose ad Crusher on A. C. LI. Railroad Track, North of


Cad Signs Designed and Made. Paperhangink, a Spec-
Wa1y. New Mirror Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, Glass
Fri Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Re.
Prtg, do. '"Quality a little higher-prices a.little lower."



Imet 0 !IVuasmd

. We e prepared to W ye orders for eonent work, of whatever kind.
#mhSaoi rw of emlet brisk, building blocks, hexagon and octagon
&N a kIds of paviug material. We employ skilled workmen and
Town"Mfy = 1i phAme 2M




I~ton Seminary

h Ave. amd Pmllir.elir., Atlanta Ga. Boarding and Day School for
ab uI ynnCg llea. oardMing' de apartment strictly limited to insure re.
aie U&. Chise divided into small sections to secure persona: in-
tudM1 haculty of eighteea special Ists. Conservatory advantages in Mus.
le., 'A prei nl CertflGate admits you to Vasiar, Wellesley, Randolph-
MaS, Tblrty-*ecoMd year begins September 9. 1909. Catalogue on ap.
|IIUehm. L, D. SCOTT. EMMA 3. 8COTT. Prinipals.


dma mu aham.


Prl a ti a0l oa all
em weeh. Wmy" m e ad bet.
tr h o the mno a a amy

flSmi to Sen Liquors, Wines mad
I* & A u w in" o
w ia-a, J. Ma TImson has fled with
dthe beud t emy commisslomers for
MoiS tnty .lorida, his application
OW paINnt to seil liquQrs wmes and
b I e Os sNetfom distrlet ooe of said
eaMMl aIn slate; at citiaan of such

One of the handsomest and best lo-
cated homes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
plent yef land: cheap for cash. Apply
to V. W. Ditto, city.
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of September, A. D. 1909, at
the regular meeting of the city coucll
of the city of Ocala, Florida, bids for
the remodeling of the city market of
the said city, according to plans and
specifications now on file in the city
clerk's office of said city, will be con-
sidered by the said council: said
council reserving the right to accept
or reject any of said bids; said bids
to be in writing and filed with the city
clerk on or before the said 7th day of
September, A. D. 1909. J. M. Meffert,
President of the City Council.


H. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk of the City of Ocala.

Permit to Seo Liquors, 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, wintus and
beer in election district one of said
county and state: any citizen of uch

accord ance w it teir observations, ,
adopted business policies that seem
almost revolutionary, off duty;" "We had that almost every
Members of the medical profession, defalcation has Its beginning in
believing that prevention is preferable drinking." Steadily men are being
to cure. then threw the weight of forced to the conclusion that they
their influence against the use of al- connot afford to drink. This will lead
coholic beverages. showing from, the to a careful study -of the deceptive
standpoint of science that alcohol is nature of alcohol, and will result in
harmful in small as well as in large great good.
quantities. Even this verdict of, In the Southern states drink has
science has had little influence on the :such a demoralizing influence on the
masses-those most in need of the negro that the wives and daughters
warning, feel unsafe in districts where there is
Some months ago. when the Bur- no police protection. Drink converts
lington Railroad, owing to financial the ignorant blacks into brutes. The
depression, was forced to lay off whites have been forced as a means
many of its employees, the order was, of self-protection to vote against the
issued to discharge the drinking men i sale of drink and in favor of prohi-
regardless of the time they had been ibition.
In the employ of the company. It It will be only a question of time
was not a matter of sentiment or when the Northern' states will be
morals: it was a cold, pitiless busi- forced to adopt similar measures; for
ness move. Intended to conserve the it will be seen that alcohol Is demor-
interests of the road and the stock- alizing the Ignorant whites f our
holders. The managers had learned large cities of the North as truly as
by long observation that the drinking it Is the blacks of the South.
man. even though he does not drink Employers, employees, voters, are
while on duty. is notso safe or so re- all forced to recognize the truth that
liable as the abstainer. "wine is a mocker." that it makes
Employees were forced to give up men and women unfit to do their best,
drink or lose their Jobs. As a result and that it Invariably tends to de-
of the new policy, which is gradually moralize and debase those who use ItL
being adopted by other railways and -Life and Health.
corporations, the employees of the 0
Northwestern Railroad presented the Two thousand four hundred and
officials of the road with a bound vol- fty-three saloons have been closed
ume containing the names of forty in Indiana by remonstrance and the
thousand employees who had "sworn new county prohibition law, leaving
off." This pledge had not been asked 3.331 still open July 1. The majori-
for by the officials, but the men ob- ties against the liquor traffic In sixty-
served that drinkers were being dis- two counties which have voted dry
charged, and were unable to secure aggregate 79,360, while the majorities
work on other railroads, in favor of license in the twelve coun-
The superintendent of the Westernt, ties which have voted to retain the

Division of the American
Company has also expressed
pose to discharge drinkers.
"Otir men must not drink ev

MYThMik -

Fw Yesw
Or. eW epemen rou meth like
g d l p dow whate u o"

ft agmt think"
ve that the m mIn
~Jna O~RmWN L5IK

Express saloon footed up only 12.336.
his pur- 0 0 e
He said, Ohio Medical lAn Discard Liqur
e when A resolution was recently adopted
unanimously by the Union County
Medical Society In which the mem-
bers agreed to write no prescriptions
for whisky except at the 'bedside of
Mel g patients, and then only when abso-
SA.aa lutely indicated.

Ye- I

drzafots or t r w man
The makes of Dr. Plass Favorite Pm'
Scriptim. for the ce of weak. neroum. rum-
down. over-worked, debilitated. ipalM-rckel
wome knowing this medicine to be made un
of Iagcedlents. every one of which has the
strongest possible indorsemnt of the ledlag
and standard aathittiles of the seversi
whools of practice, are perfectly willia. ad
Ia fact. analy too gad to print, as they de
he formula. or list of Ingredlents of whieb
It Is composed. potato uash. en e em y
Te formula of *. Pierce's Favorite Pie-
criptionwill bear the most critcalexamins-
Uicm of medical expert, for It conutalna
alcohol narcotics. harmful. or bsMt-forwtig
dru. and o agenententen into It that Is aot
highly recommended by the most advanced
and leading medical teachers sad author-
Itmms their qeneril schools of racjs c
These satbortales stna. d the Salndless

=OexctrtbeaealEvos o

No other mmetdli for woman's I has a
imac professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce'
Favorite Prescription hasreceived. In theimn-
aalmled recommendation of each of its
several Ingredeats by scores of leading medi-
cal met of all the schools of practice. Is
isch an endorsemst not t worthy at ye

mntborative prfesxioal tae nmeza by the
leadihW medical authorities of this country.
will be mailed Im to any m aniiindm name
and address with meuest forg u Mi-1
Or. & V PhIea. fta Xt. T.

Petitions have been sent to every
precinct in Dade county to be pre-
sented after signature to the county
commissioners to call a wet and dry
election. It will be necessary to get
the signatures of 643 names to the
petitions. The W. C. T. U. is behind
the movement.


The people of Moss Bluff were sad-
ened by the- death of Miss Lena Fort
August 31st. age 17 years and 10 days.
There Is always sorrow In death,
but the fell destroyer never placed
his signet on human form under elr-
cumstances more heart-rending than
on the brow of this dear girl, whoms
spirit winged its flight to the God
who gave it. at 3 o'clock Tuesday af-
ternoon. She had lain on the bed of
affliction only six days. never mur-
muring, but always submissive to the
will of God. She went to sleep as
I quietly as the evening star sinks to
rest on its ocean pillow. She did not
shrink from encountering the dark
and ehiling waves of Jordan. Faith
whispered that she would land on that
happy shore.
Where billows never break and temn-
I est never roar.
I saw her when they laid her down
upon the silent bier.
And many heaved the throbbing sigh
and shed the bitter tear,
Low in the silent death she sleeps,
Free from all toll and strife.
Till. started from the dreamless rest
She wakes to endless life.
This entire community sympathizes
deeply with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Port
and children in this sad hour of be-
reavement. But God's will must be
done. not ours.
By a friend who was there.




R". U pier In. adni Ipwwt Anmu-b

'UM wnf


What Kodol Wilt
For yM cn so m M Bg seasa

c- resre UoDWDipsa- -

lectnd wMcg aouu br tg ac seri- bef me .o'r the a
" drlsass In wNh Kodol e-ot I ofL Io we di aut -
badt you, Some of these th* "#t vii df we wmuim
s d dp for at all. ttnto"0W A &d.
Sare. = t, very few al It is nay for yo is
eswhih a t be traced dl- -#A mat -(or t Soa
rectly to Impumre blood. And Im- .am attak o fta
pare blood Is always d -to a s- you wi erUtalaly beo
ordered tomac the rest. It is pe
Use Kod and ie. Nervous e.
.PDysppsl%. T.TSm esm abe r
KedVol wil ef.ctnny t Na someth oing "tmay d
tro to c e a ,ompet rmstors, deal of good-wh Ia
tsaa of good digmetio. It does mothiag tf It dosm't.
this by at once dig=ttc al food
Is the stomach and keeping It dl Ow Gmmm
SWted, until the stomach is rested Go a* y raoger t -
sad cap reasme ts own work. Ko'
dol onoves the cause-o the m me y ,tat It baa ,
~fet quickly removes Itself. u. rsemfthe-bottlhe
When It Is recalled that Apo.
pkeWy. Heart Disease, Cancer-and gt wa .'O rtte wBahesm
even Cosmu.ptiAd--ere due to iaggsknew rtearsmeMe
poor digmetion aad poleas thus a~t~s 999 s lo.Ais
tr*sintted to the blood, and d Vdot o Is ams
bhmgroag the syste--tbe ta iepor eost ab e
t e mailtainimag good dl-e Kodol is preepe t
afn ta oue reeAed. trieseoflCLDeWWIt&O







S E A .0 A


YVr Round Limited, Ne. S4 m d 81. Florida Fast MaiM, Nee. O

10: 20am 9:0@
11:15 am 10:00
11:So am l1:20
12:20 am U:18
1:48 pm 1:10
2:45 pm 2:10
4:40 pm 4:30
4:00 pm 4:15
6:40 pm 7:00
7:50 pm 9:09
11:40 pm 12:45
4:20 am 4:50
11:6S aml12:26
6:40 pug) 7)00
5:05 pm! 5:30
8:35 pmj 8:50
9:62 pmilO:O2
11:51 pm 12:23
03:53 aml 2:45

pm Lv
pm Ly
am Lv
am Lv
pm Ar
am Lv
pmn Ar-
pm Ar
am Ar..
am Ar..

.....Tampa .. .. .... Art 3:S ami G.
.. Turkey Creek .. .. .Lv :30 5
.. ..Plant City .. .. ..L 5:15 40
.....Dade City .... .LvY 6:U 4:
.... Widwood .. .... Lv 2:36 aS
..Oeala ........ Lv J:3 5
.. ....Waldo .. .. ....Lv'll:* l
.. ..Baldwin.... Lv 1l:11
... Jacksonville ... pLv t:36
-.. .Jackio nvlle .. ...Ar- 6.^W5
.. .Savannah .......Ar l:S
.. ..Columbla .. ... ..Ar 1.
. ..Raleigh .. .. .. A S' 3z f
* PortsmoNh ......Ar i2-W
.Richmond .. .. .. ArW:O
.. Wastagtn ..... Lv 7:S2 & i
.BatUmore .......LV :06
Phladelpha .. ....L 4:
S.. NewYork .. .. .. Lr 1:35

*Paseagera may remalh sleeper Untl ?7 a -

4:10 pmI 7:0 amitLv ........ Tampa .. .. ..A..Ar,:SS i :$ Si.
5:10 pm 8:20 amfLv .. ... Turkey Creek .. .. ..Ar:'S: S :SI am
7:40 pma10:40 aamAr .. .. '..Palmetto .. .... ..L v2:5i 6:*4 am
7:55 pm 10:65 amiAr .. ..Manatee .. .. .. ..IV2:3I 4:5 aia
:0 pmill:0 amIAr ".. ..Bradentown .. .. .. ; 3:3 1 m a.
8:35 p ill:46 amlAr .. .. .Sarasota .. .... ..L v:M -i.
These arrivals and departures as well a tine ups
other companies are given as Informatlon and ar iI. M
Pullman Drawing RoAn Sleeping Cars betwemallaiR I"-


I 4...

Pem IS

(D. H. Kress, M. D., Superintendent
Washington. D. C.. Sanitarium.) 9
A temperance wave is sweeping
over the United States-a movement
due not chiefly to a desire to help the'
other man. but largely to the growing!
belief that it is necessary to banish;
the traffic as a measure of seif-pres-
ervation. As a result of a general:
awakening to the danger to personal'
property and life inseparably cons.
nected with the liquor business, many
severe blows hav t recently been dealt:
the rum traffic' in the commercial
and the political world. The man (or!
the woman) who realizes that their
liquor traffic is causing him person-'
ally a financial loss. or is endanger-;
ing the lives and the future hopes of
members of his family,. Is ready to do'.
something to stay the evil. i
For many years men and women
who loved their fellows, seeing the
dangers that threatened Individuals
nations because of the increasing use'
of alcoholic drinks, made personal ap-:
peals to their countrymen, emphaaisz-
ing the physical, mental and moral!
degenerative Influences of the traffic;
but to all these entreaties and ap-,
peals a deaf ear was turned by the:
vast majority of the population.
There was a general and Indefinite'
assent to the proposition that alcohol'
is a necessary evil damaging a few'
unfortunately constituted individuals,
and occasionally, perhaps, causing
crime and damage to property. 0Bu
an a rule the dangers seemed remote
and far-fetched: the ordinary person
could not see that alcohol Injured his
person and property: the advocates
of temperance were branded is alar-
But these years of patient seed
sowing were not entirely wasted, for
some of the seed from lectures and
school physiologies fell in favorable
ground, grew. and bore fruit. Shrewd
business men. having received such
instruction in their younger days,
were led to make close observations
of the effects of alcohol on their em-
ployees, and some of them have, in

Do You Open Yo M

Like a young bird and gulp down wh eed or ome .
beoffered you? Or, d6o wa b lm
FpotIIIand character tt M
wMNther a food or medicine?
Most intdigtnt and s MU e
"Owing viat they =Ploy whctha- food orQW-C ||^

SIswI0-6So Am pd d w
- -~ mE ^^^^^ Sb^^

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pa po is a Smost eicient remedy. It a
ovuigstrengt& to nursing mothers andt system of the
for baby's coming, thus edering chd safe and coparathely
YOrite I Prlscption" s most pottat, .tiegteagnn ic to te
the organs distinctly feminine in particular. It is a a soothing ad
iEn and cures nervous exhaustxi, nervous prostation, peuralgia, hysteria, spmms
or St. Vitos's dance, and other distressing nAervoes synpten attendant up i
and organic diseases the d fa e organs. -
A host of imdical autfhorutmesj ofl the several schools orf pruetiem.t^
of the several of which "Favorite Prescription" is made fot
fdiseasesfor iscaiu to be acure. You m wat
s inga ostal cud requSt for a boolt of xtra from the
to Dr. R. '. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Istitute, BDuldo,
and ofte.ntdangeroustto

come to u by return post. j
in-eo' ILesa

Pr s iol s e dageous to t with new or but
scnes-somt mesrffd upon the aflicte% as "just as good" or better
siptOn." Te dismest dealer sometimes insist that he knows w k
~stitutc is made of, but p. don't and it is decidedly for puar interestbaM
o rSt. as e taking into p stmiach and system eprctyng ito act
Sa difference of profit. Tiherefore, insist on .ar,

oect to pay cost of an ai na free copy o.
of the sevea i ediciAdvse of0 whch"avoiegescrpim is&u( inddrc-Dr



SfTorwt "0

I All

p imbi

---- -1 ---- .

**." *: X








University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs