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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 7, 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: VID03265
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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thirst every year.
The SwSmimg oFed
The sulphur water is also piped
into a swimming pool, where the
boys disport themselves every day
when the weather Iasn't too cold.
and there are few days nla the year
when it is. The pool is about 70
feet long by 30 broad, and varies
In depth to suit the ages of the dif-
ferent boys. Not that it makes
much difference after a boy bas
been there a while, for if he doesn't
know how to swim, they aoom teach
him. and there are not many more
interesting sights than the pool
with twenty or more boys In it,
swimming, diving and enjoying
themselves as only boys can in the

A lJ N -- Helps to Health
Drinking this water all the time.
S- lug. bathing in it nearly every day, and
always breathing the uamontaminat-
atta Made Promptly ed air of the pine forest, is enough
or Day to keep any normal boy in robust
- health.
to Obstetrics, Di- The convent and surrounding
an and Children buildings are to be lighted with
__ electricity, the proper machinery.
-2 Holder Building i including a 30-horse power engine
s, office No. 3X3. and dynamo, having been installed
and will soon be in working order.

Stantlal and plentiful, and it was
well looked. The average home or
boarding house dao-sn't supply any.
better, an~4* it I- n-,t easy to see how
the school pro jdes so well at its|




A Superb Seheel far bSy, M ated in
tim Heart of a FleriM PiN

The public achoo of the United
Btate pro.My lead among the ele-
meats that make America first
am ng the natio- of the earth, and
the public school system of Florida,
whem her population and resources
are considered. is certainly equal to
that of any other state. Neverthe-
lss, owing to the large number that
attend and the comparatively low
salaries paid the teachers, it is not
possible to give the advantages that
many parents crave for their chil-
drea: consequently all the private
schools of merit in the state are well
Among these schools, It would be
impossible to flid oe better fitted
for the care and education of boys
from eight to fourteen years of age
than St. Joseph's Academy at Lo-
retto. In healthy location, la care
bestowed on the scholars, In reaaon-
able rates. St. Joseph's cannot be ex-
celled in Florida or any other state.
It was the privilege of a member
of the Star force to inspect this
school a few days ago. Loretto is a
postofflce, with St. Joseph's church,
convent and academy. and a few pri-
vate residences adjoining. It is in
the southern part of Duval county"
fifteen miles southeast of Jackson-
ville and about three miles east of
Mandarin on the St. Johns river.
The convent stands on high
ground, which slopes away from it in
every direction, and is surrounded
by a beautiful forest, in which the
predominating plane is thickly mia-
gled with lower trees of heavy
foliage. The country is furrowed by
running streams, and many of the
trees are embowered in vines, which
at this season of the year are loaded
with grapes. The pupils appreciate
these beautiful woods, in which they
are often taken for strolls by their
The convent and Its surrounding
buildings occupy a campus of thirty
acres ain extent. There are two large
buildings, one recently finished, the
church, the residence of the priest
lN charge, and all necessary out
Plety of Room to Grow ln
The rooms in which the scholars
study by day and sleep by night are
large, airy and well lighted. The
school room are on the ground
flood. They are fitted up with sim-
pie elegance-the desks and eat.
are much more convenient and com-
fortable than those in the average
public school and much further
apart. The school room that has
been given to fort pupils would be
considered big emodgh for twice that
number In any public school in Ma-
rion county.
The Sleeplng Room
The dormitories are on the upper
floor-long, well ventilated, well
lighted rooms, supplied with neat
and comfortable beds and all other
necessaries. At all hours, the breeze
from the surrounding pine forests
sweeps through these rooms and safe
guards the health of the Inmates.
Cholee Rmedn Matter
There is a good library in the
school room and the teachers en-
courage their pupils to make use of
It. The books are of the sort that
boys like to read and can read with
Interest and instruction.
eu Water Spply
One of the mqot Important things
to the health of a commualty is Its
water supply. No place nla the world
can excel Loretto In this regard. It
Is supplied from a well 600 feet deep
with water that has Just the. proper
amount of sulphur, to make It re-
freshaing and health-giving, without
being nauseatinag, Is the case with
much of the salphur water nla Flor-
tda. It isn't necessary to cultivate
a taste for this water--oae takes to
It Immediately. The good brothers
and sisters of St. Joseph. beside saup-
plying themselves and their scholars
with this unsarpamed water, have
placed a public fouatali by the road-
side, at which thousands slake their

but a leader and companion in their
recreations, for which he is well fit-
ted. being at home in the swimming
pool, and on the diamond and grid-
iron. He is a great favorite with
the boys, and also with the people
of the surrounding country, who it-
tend his church in large numbers.
Religious crpl~e Respqcted
While St. Joseph's Academy is a
Catholic school, there are many
boys belonging to parents of other
churches among the students, and
no attempt is made to cause them
to change their faith. They are
not required to pay any more at-
tention to religious observance than
is necessary for the discipline of the
school. The teachers of St. Joseph
are very scrupulous in this. respect.
and their conduct is in marked con-
trast with some Protestant schools,
where revivals are sometimes held
with the view of making converts
among the scholars.
Taken all in all, it will be very
difficult to find a better place to
educate a boy and preserve his
health and morals at the same time. I
If you have a boy you desire to have I
thoroughly educated in a place
where he can be kept in health and-
out of mischief, at a cost very little
If any over keeping him at home,
you can't do better than write to
the Sister Superior. St. Joseph's
Academy. Loretto. Fla., and she will
gladly send you a prospectus.
Several Marion county boys have
been to Loretto. and they always
come home for their vacation in ro-
bust health and plainly showing the
results of intelligent, conscientious


by le Fr.. Red Wagsp

They say, but If you will examine
carefully the lee which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes ip It, that the center Is what
Is called "snow lce." which, being por-
oua. allows it to melt quickly.
SCrystal Ice"

The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as It is possible to make
Ice, and is the most economical ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.




M- 5

Captain and Crew of a Frenmh Veel
Murdeed by Natives
Sydney, N. S. W., Sept. 7.-The cap-
tain and crew of a French schooner.
engaged in recruiting laborers In the
New Herbides. for construction work.
have been murdered by the natives of
Mallicollo Island.
TIn schooner was driven ashore
during a severe storm. As soon as the
storm abated the natives began to
flock aboard the vessel They pre-
tended to be friendly until they reach.
ed the decks. Then they set upot the
A stubborn resistance was made.
The captain and a few of the men
who survived the first onset, barrt-
caded themselves in the cabin. The
natives, swarming aboard In ever-in-
creasing numbers, attacked the cabin
and after forcing an entrance, mur-
dered every man.
The tragedy was reported by some
friendly natives to a trader which
stopped at a neighboring Island. A
British warship which was at a near-
by port. has been sent on a punitive

Carlisle Center. N. Y.. Q. B. Burhan4,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and 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." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.

Dt.trolt, Sept. 7.-This city has a
murder mystery. Early yesterday
morning the headless torso of a young
girl was discovered in a creek In the
suburbs of the city. The head, arms
and legs of the corpse were missing
and so far it has been Impossible to
Identify the remains.
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-
fied all remedies and baffled the beat
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-
ti,,ns. fczema. salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only 5oc.
guaranteedd by all druggstfat
There will be a barbecue at Oak
Grove on Saturday, Sept. "1th, one
mile south of Pleasant Hill church.
for those who like to dance, also horse-
There will be good music and platform
races, foot-races, sack-races and three-
leg races. Everybody is invited to
tome. ring your basket and enjoy the
day. Committee.

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Fire Protection
Besides being so constructed that the L nio Dispatch R ived
egress is easy, the school hae good Ui the Lasen Dispatch Rolwvd
fire protection, water being piped all Menday is a Falnk Another Aieri-
over the buildings and given heavy
pressure from a tank which is sev- can Has Attained the Ultimate
eral feet higher than the highest Triumph of Expleratie..
roof and always kept full. The
buildings are all big rooms and ver- New York. Sept. 7.-Ueut. Robert
andas with no intricate corridors to E. Peary has reached the North Pole
get tangled is, and in case of fre. and is now returning to civilization.
by day 'or night, the school could The first report was received yester-
turn itself inside out in a few see- day by the Associated Press.
onds. A startling and laconic message
Thorough lastriction flashed from the coast of Labrador to
Comfort. cleanliness and health New York by Lieutenant Peary that
are essential to the success of a the stars and stripes had been nailed
school, and after these are assured, to the North Pole, and thence to the
the important consideration is the corners of the globe, at the moment
schooling. when Dr. Cook is being acclaimed by
The sisters of St. Joseph are the the crowned heads of Europe and by
teachers in the school. They are the world at large a discoverer of
all women of culture and refine- the North Pole, adds to the remarks-
meat, daughters of the first families ble story -of achievement that has
in the land, who ha"l* given up the held the civilized world up to the
world from a love .7f religion and highest pitch of interest since ep-
a sense of duty. trly all highly tember 1. when Dr. Cooks claim that
educated before ta lkg the vows, he had reached the "top of the- world"
they enter on a cowase of training was first telegraphed from Shetland
that makes the average public Islands.
school teacher's examination look The first dispatch was received by
like a Sunday school lesson. Teach- the Associated Press and was as fol-
ers themselves, their education lows:
never ends until the death jitsgel To Associated Press, New York-
opens the gaes of hegen. 'c- Stars and Stripes nailed to the North
ularly are they instr ,roung mae Pole. (Signed) Peary."
methods that bring tlhoer goods. A4 The foregoing startling and laconic
in training the younger message, signed. "Peary." Is the only
possible to see thel ee available information received up to
them at their wcJ of West ForUthe this time. It was received In New
highest respect he Montezums The York at 12:30 p. m. yesterday through
teachers at Loretto- a more the Postal Telegraph company. It was
numerous in proportj--- the num- handed in at Indian Harbor, Lab-
bher of scholars than ,At even the rador, and sent by there by wireless
average college, and are therefore telegraph to Cape Ray. Newfound-
able to give closer attention to the land. and from Cape tay to Port aux
training of their pupils. The re- Bastque by Newfoundland government
suIts of their work can be easily lines, thence to Canso, Nova Scotia
seen, their scholars at fifteen clos- by cable and to New York from there
ing the studies that the public over the lines of the Commercial
school student reaches at eighteen, company.
and they teach several things, mu- --
sic in particular, that is entirely READ THIS:
outside the course of a public -
school. Dunnellon. Fla.. Sept. 1st, 1909.-I
There is a pretty little church at have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Loretto kept in exquisite order and' Louis. Mo.. for six years. Every bot-
presided over by Rev. T. J. Nolan, tie I sell adds a customer for It. It is
who also assists in the instruction a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
given in the academy. Mr. Nolan is rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmaebt.
a highly educated young man and Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
one that it Is a pleasure to know. bottle.
He is not only a teacher to the boys,






OCALA V STAE MURr suMmv, '~u


S- M Fsn M t. fR. CLrreL

L S CA RMOk S okees MaNag er

Th Star sympathies with Mr. and
Mm. lAbWer t oft t Moe Blff In their
deep .*-tIO They were called on
thin asa-ag to narrow with grief-
'aislksi hearts over the loss of their
sesm daughter. Mims laUe. Just 1i
WS eMold. who followed her sister to
the nakaews land Just a week apart.
Th ease atf this sweet young girl's
death was typhldo malaria. Mr. John
T. ewis aesme up for a short
tm with the county eommissiomers
abt the LAke Weir air line road. but
earumed -a the afternoon train to at-
tad the funeral.

Via Kesey of Stanton, was a busi-
as Visiter to the city today and was.
t of the splendid pillau feast pre-
paed fr the big crowd that congre-
oed on the hblaing shares of Lake
Wt Saturday to witness the great
aIBeat ball between the Stanton
enilady lkbe teas. The latter, af-
w a d matest, won out 1t to 9.
After the gam Mr. A. J. Leavengood
aut p to sanoumee that the feast was
reGf. but becae so enthused an he
eMt his eyes over that bright. shin-
Ia mad beautiful sheet of water that
he mde a splendid speech that
Bshrmd his hearers and won for him
a reputation as an orator of potent
soequee. He Maid be had seen much
of the countries of this earth, but no
spot so beautiful and lovely as Lake
Wert. set like a gem tf purest water
menag the bills and wooded vales of
this section. Those who prepared the
11a covered themselves with glory.
It was mJid to he the best ever and fill-
ed the aching voids with satisfaction.
All In all, Stanton did herself proqd
and those who enjoyed their hospi-
tality remarked they would come
agaiL. Theee who prepared the ex-.
eelent piula were Ernest Lytle and
Mr. and Mrs. Van Kelsey.

The Star learns with pleasure that
Willis Powell. founder of the St. Pe-
terbsmw Independent. which last
spring he disposed of, and left for Cal-
oranla to grow up with the Golden
State. but after Inspection and Inves-
tigatlon. returned to Florida, is
now the secretary of the combined
emrelIal bodies of Tampa. Willis
I a haer boomer and if he doesn't
make am-aesMdeta of this state sit
p and take notice, it will be because
Wm- pea has lost Its cunning and
Ms mind the time lock on publicity.
Dere is success to secretary Powell
and the consolidated board of trade
at Tap. May they live together to
see a million people within the cor-
porate limits of the now biggest
pure Havaa cigar town on earth.
The Trades Labor Aasociation of
Tampa celebrated labor day Sunday at
Sulphmr springs. The attendance was
large. Rev. Joe bherouse. an ex-
piniter and well known to the trade In
Owsae. was the orator of the day and
did the honors welL There were all
kinds of Innocent amusements, such
Ma blcyele races, running races for
mn and women, married and unmar-
e4d throwlag contests for both sexes.
a-to war, pie-eating contests, etc.
The meeting was a very orderly one
and a great success.
Mr. Berunan, the shoe doctor is
ask ftrom his vacation at Shelby. N.
SC., where he spent five weeks very
pleasantly. He said Shelby was a
very haadasme town of about 5.000
people with weU kept paved streets
a n emuthouse and yards that were
heatifl and pleasing to the eye. It is
m tihe Daboard railroad 1M miles
wet of Hamlet. While Mr. Bierman
Waa there great preparations were
heg made for the dedication of the
Sment to he erected to the memory
of the heroes of Kings Mountain.
abet eight miles north of the city. He
msi Shelby was a dry town and
"mma dew" hard to get. though
tS e Were a few who got a wee bit
far the stomach's sake.

Mr. Joha T. l sew is authority for
the lafor nation that the Martins of
Mean Muf have sold their mammoth
abAmer to a Chicago show man at a
price that discounts the figures ever
received for a gatherr from this state.
The gater measured 12 feet and three
theem sad the show man who bought
h Is very proud of his purchase.

ThlsP9o is in the


EIt af not msiag

tl s beina. We

no it ecaefy in

F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally. acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

The board of county commissioners
are in session to day and have a num-
ber of applications for good roads.
also a petition from the Weirsdale and
South Lake Weir section asking for
an election on the no-hog law. Mr.
Stafford represented the section.

Many people do no need glasses but
most people do.
Tou 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
neOd thmL. DR. D. M. BONMY,
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

The board of public instruction put
the machinery in motion for 'the ex-
amination of school teachers this
Many people delude themselves by
saying, "It will wear away." when
they notice symptoms of kidney and
bladder trouble. This is a mistake-
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cures
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
of pain. weakness and urina" trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.
The veterans of Marion camp held
their regular monthly meeting today
with a good attendance. Among those
we noticed were Gen. H. W. Long. of
Martel. Commander L M. Graham, of
Connor. Mr. Kelsey and Captain Lytle.
of Stanton.
There Is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
larla, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
Mrs. Will Woods and little son went
down to Lake Weir for a month to
stay on the Frank Reagan place, hop-
ing the pure invigorating air of the
lake will bring the little fellow around
all right.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Poetoflce Drugstore..

.you must have good health. You-can t
have gxtd health if your Uver is not
doing its duty-slow but sure poison-
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
Skeeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem I. sold by all druggists.

b"do Tula Sufter from Flood as Severely
in Proportion as Monterey
Mexico City. Sept. 7.-Further de-
en do W L l tails have been received herp of the
& ft -le--- A-- i flood that swept the town of Tula, in
s boIhalthe state of Tamaulipas, last week.
ftm Ie* Md he 'A wave between forty-five and fifty
adr alI heet high rushed down the river and
"M FAVUO IgRMI engulfed the lower half of the town.
aft esmm" ee Two hundred houses and' the San
Ine 5 d3Itpj Juan bridge were carried away and
many lives were lost.
For Sale by The storm raged with great sever-
RT R Ity for three days around Tula. The
T. W T ROXLER wind destroyed houses and huts. ren-
Idering hundreds homeless, and blew
down trees without number. Terrible
'as are the conditions at Monterey, the
C. J. PH I LLI P correspondent declares there are just
as bad at Tula and vicinity.
Plans and Spe atons rnished It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
Upon Request. a severe lung trouble gave me intense
9 South Third St., suffering," she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
Phol'e 180. OCALA. FLA. remedies failed and doctors said I was
- incurable. Then Dr. King's New Ds.-
.covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
B* troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
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Paul Lincke. the eminent German
composer, has written a song espe-
cially for the New York Sunday
World. It is entitled "You Are the
Star that Guides My Way." It as
good as the "Glow Worm." or "Amina''
or "Castles in the Air." all famous
songs, by Paul Lincke. There will be
the usual set of six stage beauties
from the clever brush of Archie Gunn.
all in colors. Get next Sunday's
Edgar N. Bayliss. a merchant of
Robinsonvile. Del.. wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did n it
have consumption, it was near to it.
I commenced using Foley's Honey ani
Tar. and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well, and have gain-
ed twenty-eight pounds. all due 'o

Resident Agent. good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
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Gainesville, Florida
An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
ported by State and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men.
Thorough Courses Leading to Degrees
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Attorney L. W. Duval was in 3Sa.m- _JN_ C -M Y
ter county Sunday and brought home A List of the Votig Plmes of the IRTTO. (Near X a&rt
yesterday afternoon the details of aV nohl
fearful tragedy that took place Sun- Boarding School for Boys Conduct *e by the Slaters of St JosephL Toung
day afternoon near Sumterville. Baseball Team Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car fully Trained along Physical Intet-
It seems that John Bevill had not There is an old saying "Those who lectuaL Moral and Social Lines. Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimming
been getting on amicably with his wife live in glass houses should not throw Pool, Complete Equipment in Schooir ooms. Dormitories, Dining Hall ana
and she returned to her parents. Mr. stones." and if we are any judge some Recreation Roor"..
and Mrs. Harter. Mr. Bevill went out one ought to tell the story to the Arply for Prospectus to th STIS'lER SUPR IOR
to see her and Mrs. Bevill's parents Gainesville Sun. In recent issues, it
resented the call. persuading their has attempted to explain the reason
daughter to cease all communication the Oak Hail swere tied in theame St. Joeeph'e Academy,g Lretto, Florida
with her husband. which so angered on Thursday and defeated on Friday,
Mr. Bevill that he took his horse and and urda by the Oaln ebal; FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH
buggy. drove to Sumterville, where he team. and after advancing as many'
procured a shotgun and returned and theories as they can think of. such as
shot the parents of his wife. killing ..wa not at himself." or "had a sore B A 1
them. The murderer, after commit- finger" or "some other good reason.",
ting the deed. did not attempt flight winds up by giving the pedigree of aU Y
Mr. John Bevill is the son of Coun- of the Ocala team that was not rais- BA U YU R
ty Commissioner Bevill of Sumter and ed in Ocala. such as "Windham from
the family is one of the most prom-i Orlando" or "Jones from Sanford":' or-
Inent in the county. The rash act is !th like. but never have they had,
greatly deplored. charity enough to tell us where theHave Your Lawn 'Mower Sharper
Oak Halls came from, and It would
NOT SO EASY FOR THE TRIBUNE almost appear from the articles in Latest M'thods
that paper that not one of those
How do we know that Dr. Cook "Sacred Oak Halls" had ever been
found the north pole? ask the skep- outside of the corporate limits of
ties. Gainesville before they came down We have just reeiv
Bless you, Dr. Cook anticipated that here.
very question. But why don't you come out. Gaines. Liwn Mower Grindefr
In an interview with a correspond- ville, and tell us the truth, for we all.
ent at Skagen (wherever that is) the know it just as well as you do. and for the purpose of gri
intrepid explorer said: you need not be trying to "beat around t h purpose gri
"I buried a small brass tube there, the bush" any longer. for If the whole: does the work p- eri'ey
under the flag. with an account of my world doesn't know it, we are going,
observations." to tell them now. Here is a list: OIer patrnap, we gu
Easy! Spottswood. Jacksonville, la. your patoDage, w gU
If you don't believe It, go to the pole Yoe. Knoxville. Tenn. Mower in better oonditi
and look for the tube.-Tampa Trib- Hines. McRae. Ga.
une. Watson. Tallahassee. Fla. it. It will be sharp, an
The great majority of scientific men Bullock. Ocala, FPa.
seem to believe Dr. Cook went to thb Ansley. Americus, Ga. old style way, which
pole. and it would not be easy to Drove Peddy. Americus, Ga. w
that he did not, but it would be as Hooks. Americus, Ga. rienced workman with
easy as for the Tribune to harmonize WIlson. Americus Ga. !
Its own statements. On the first page Allen. Bartow, Fla. -
of Sunday's issue of that paper ap- (And Little Sandy Graham from. ...
pears the following words, attributed Gainesville. Florida.) I Nedt th your M
by the Associated Press to Dr. Cook: Still you must talk about where we .3 .'
"We planted a flag at what we be- got our boys from. Well, to tell you! b o a
lieved the pole. and then placed a the truth, we are not much surprised., -. '"-' -- I r im
small flag In a cylinder. I am prepared but we did think after these many: '.' A
to place my observations before any years of experience you would have .: make It e t m so ic
geographical society. There is no had charity enough to have barred .-r
doubt about my obtaining authorita- the door better than this before
tive recognition." throwing off on us as hard as you did.
If the doctor was as inaccurate In We assure you. however, we don't
his observations as the Tribune is In care. for we couldn't have expected
quoting its own columns, we may In- much; we are, just as proud of our MO UA
deed wonder if he arrived in a hun- boys as if they belonged to that im- I
dred miles of the pole. mortal class from which you chose --- -- -. -.
But what can we expect of a news- your defeated "Oak Halls"; we brought
paper writer in a seaport town who them here, and paid them with our quit your baby ways. sit up straight
doesn't know where Skagen Is? own money, and we had two Ocala and say you were defeated, and call it
boys on the team, too. (We suppose of.'.
HOW'S THIS you remember Galloway) and you only .1Now, 'Gainesavle, don't undertake
_- had one. but still you must "beef" to throw such huge. rough stones un-
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- and talk about where our boys came less you know who you are chunkingg"
ward for any case of catarrh that can- from. Why don't you people up there at, and that you have a good brick
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. - - ... wall around you, and if you have any-
F. J. 'Cheney & Co.. thing to say, don't leave the job until
Toledo. you have told all you know about it.
We, the undersigned. have known I EM N Ki= I Pair Play.

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Our Mrs. Haycraft has bought our splendid line of handsome and stylish
fall illinery and the new goods are arriving daily. We have an especially
pretty line of imported and domestic trimmed hats in the most beautiful
shapes. Aim all styles and a great range of prices in untrimmed shatps.
OW stoek o pluwes bought early before the recent advance in price, will
be the mat ever shown here. Also the new style willow plumes, the new-
at thlg. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all
idaa Mrs. Haycraft spent three weeks In the markets of the east study-
la the styles and making the selections in person and we feel safe in say-
fag we have this fall ust what the pe-ople of Ocala and Marion county will
appreciate. Come in and see the new goods.

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They Sould be in Every Household.
Are Highly Recommended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Bay Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know": "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know": "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know": "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What A Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
These books were written by emi-
aent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
Whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
a n bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
Rev. L. B Warren. the former be-
l ed pastor of the Ocala Baptist
- church has given these works highest
S ommendation and urges parents to
hbx them for their boys and girls, as
dom Rev. H. E. Gabby. Rev. R. H.
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. F.
A. Bone, a worthy young man. prepar-
lag for the ministry. is soliciting for
thee valuable volumes and we trust
he will be kindly and liberally receiv-
ed I Ocala.

Mrs. M. E. Wallace of South Fourth
street, Is expecting the arrival of her
daughter. Nrs. Maud Williams. who
han been sojourning In New Bruns-
wick and Massachusetts for the last
year and a half. Mrs. Williams sailed
o Saturday last from Boston for
Sayamnah. andti barring acdcdents will
probably reach home on Wednesday or
Thursday of this week.

Picture puzzle post cards at the
Ocala House.



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Located on North Main St
near government building.
Reasonable rates by the
week or month. First-clas
. table board and comfortable

Says he Resehed the Pole April G4
Nearly a Year After Dr. Cook
A second dispatch from Peary con-
firms the first one. It says:
Indian Hc tor. via Cape Ray. ,. F..
Sept. (.-"To the New York Times,
New York. I have the pole, April I.
Expect arrive Chateau Bay. Sept. 7.
Secure control wire for me there and
arrange expedit transmission, big,
story. (Signed) Peary."
As. I expect to be absent from Ocala
for the next few weeks, I wish to an-
nounce that Mr. W. T. Gary is au-
thorised to receive and receipt any
amounts of money subscribed to the
Masonic lodge room and opera house
building. A. E. Gerig.
Secretary Building Committee.

ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.

A $40 scholarship it the Stanley
Business College, of Thomanville, GOa.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star

"All thought I'd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown. Wis., "Ten
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions,
eczema, salt rheum. boils, fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25e at
all druggists.

Mr. John Parker of Leroy. was in
town today and he and Frank Turner
had quite an argument on the no-hog
law. Parker said it was an aggression
on the part of the land owner to the
lotr man, while Turner, who has ex-
perlenced both sides of the question.
favored the no-hog law and said ev-
ery farmer in the county would be
better off with a no-hog law. That
since he penned his hogs and cared for
them. he had dollars now where he
didn't have doughnuts, when the farm-
hogs on the range principle and most
of his hogs were razor-backs and
wind splitters. Frank knows whereof
he speaks. f

Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as .t
stops the cough and heals the lungs.
Sold by all druggists.

LOST-Monday morning between G.
A. Nash's store and Ocala Printing
company's office, an undressed tan
handbag, containing gold watch and
chain, plain gold ring. $1 in money
and visiting cards of "Mrs. Clarence
Garettson Philips." Suitable reward
will be paid for its return to George
L. Taylor or the Star office.

S. A. Fackler, former editor of the
Crystal River News. has dramatized
his book on "The 'ps and Downs of a
Country Editor." New York theatri-
cal managers have placed the play on
the boards. and the probabilities are
that Sam will win fame and fortune.
We understand the dramatic critics of
the Atlanta Georgian recently favor-
ably noticed the play in a lengthy ar-
ticle. and no doubt it will be well re-
ceived by the theater going public.-
Inverness Chronicle.
We sincerely hope that Sam is ex-
periencing one of the "Ups."
A merciles5 murderer is appendicitis
with many .victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill It by prevention.
. They gently stimulate stomach, liver
I an bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing corn-
Sstipation, biliousness, chills, malaria,




Mr. J. H. Nichols of Wildwood is a
business visitor in the city today.
Mrs. R. I.. Martin of Weir Park was
in the city today.
Mr. J. G. Lege of Woodmar was in
the city this afternoon between trains.
WANTE --A good young man to
take orders and deliver goods. Apply
at the Star office.

Miss Caroline Pasteur of Stanton,
came up this afternoon to do some
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Messrs. Alfred and Arthur Brooks of
Oldtown. are guests of the Montezu-
ma hotel.

FOR SALE-My house: the best
corner location in Ocala on the mar-
ket Address R. J. Potter.

Mr. J. A. Owens of Tampa is among
yesterday's arrivals at the Montezu-
ma hotel.

R. P. Davis & ('o. of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.

Mr. L. M. (revasse of the tug at
Port Inglis, is a guest of the Monte-
zuma hotel.

Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. J. G. Tkdge of Gainesville. mlst-
aging salesman for the Singer com-
pany, is a guest of the Monte-zuma.
Mr. John <'harael came up from
Woodmar 'this afternoon with his
father and will leave tonight for col-
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25e. The Postofflce Drug-

Messrs. F. M. I.e(:ate and C W.
Perkins of the Logai Coal and Supply
Co.. Jacksonville. ale in the city to
meet with the city cannmil tonight in
the matter of the ivpaing contract.

The city council will meet tonight
in regular session. A full attendance
is desired. There is much business to
be transacted.

Andrew White. one of the pioneer
settlers of Citra. was a caller today.
He said Citra was putting on the airs
of growth and prosperity.
/ Mr. S. Mt. Mcehee and Mr. G. W.
Leitner. of Geiger. were In town to-
day and paid the Star office a pleas-
ant call.
Captain DeLong of Candler. was in
the city today and was in the happiest
of moods. He said orange groves look-
ed well and the crop will be fair.

Mr. C. R. Kreger. the up-to-date
manager of the Times-Union bureau
in Ocala. left this afternoon for Pablo
Reach to spend a few days.


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We have in our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.

On Port King avenue, one of the moat
modern and convenient residences in
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-

Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like Foley's Orino laIattvm.
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and sl pleasant to
take. Sold by all druggists.

I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.

I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinaton.
Fla.. for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my Old home
at Lexington. Ky., selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock raisers. I
am in position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, L
H. Willis. Jr., Evinston, Fla.

Elegant furnisbe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

Nor laft "a hISM
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Sears t he
Signature f of M

Mrs. M. H. Hatchell and daughter.
Miss Grace Hatchell. have returned
from Worthington Springs, where Miss
Hitchell has been for several weeks
and Mrs. Hatchell for a few days.

Mrs. J. W. Pearson went to Wood-
mar this afternoon to pay a visit to
Mrs. R. R. Carroll.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wells returned
yesterday from Macon. Fort Valley and
Tifton. Ga., where they have been
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr J. K. Dixon of Atlanta and
Ocala. is in the city, a guest of the
(kala House. Mrs. Dixon will arrive
in Ocala to spend the winter about
October 1st.

Mr. W. C. Zimmerman of Rockwell.
with the Dunnellon Phosphate Co..
was in town yesterday and today, a
guest o the Ocala House. Mr. Zim-
merman will enter college the latter
part of the month to take either a law
or medical course.

Miss Josie McClure and her mother,
Mrs. Robert McClure and her sisters,
Mrs. J. H. Smith and Mrs. Leach re-
turned Saturday from a three weeks
outing at Salt Springs. They had in-
de- d a lovely time and splendid luck
catching fish.

The announcements are out of the
engagement of Miss Edna Dosier. the
beautiful and accomplished daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Dosier to Dr.
Sylven McElroy. of Orlando The
marriage will take place some time
during October.
Major and Mrs. G. A. Nash left
Sunday for New York to make their
fall purchases. They expect to return
about the first of October. Those who
will have charge of their store during
their absence ae Mish. Josie McClure,
Mis Carrie Odom and Miss Winnie

Ardis Waterman. in the clothing de-
partment of the H. B. Masters store.
returned yesterday from a very pleas-
ant trip to Denver. St. Louis and oth-
er western cities. He was particularly
struck with the immense corn fields
of Kansas and Missouri and the num-
her of hay stacks. He reported a
pleasant time and greatly enjoyed his
trip. He was in Denver when the

Mr. Charles J. Phillips is certainly
kept busy by the people of thd -Lake
Region." No sooner does he begin to
see daylight ahead than those good
people saddle some other contracts
onto his able shoulders. It is certain
that these people and Mr. Phillips get
along mighty fine and he must build
them good houses at a reasonable
price. Mr. Phillips is building a resi-
dence to cost 5.000 In Eustis and a
large garage. He Is completing one
fine residence in Leesburg and has the
contract for another.

"Brothers in Arms" was a good sub-
ject at the Air Dome last night, and
"The S and n looked mighty nat-
ural to everybody who knows children.
"Miss Moffett and the Monkey"
brought the laughs from the crowd.
"*Its an Il Wind that Blows no Good"
will be the leader to night, with four
other good subjects to follow it.

Mr. aLwis Yonce. a member of the
Star force, took an auto ride to Silver
Springs Sunday afternoon. On the way
he followed Mr. Henry Uvingstol,
who was accompanied by half a dosen
dogs. Mr. Lvingston turned to the
left of the road to let Mr. Yonce pass.
All the dogs cleared the track but one.
seeing which Mr. YoWEe. who was
moving at a leisurely pace, did all he
could to stop the machine, and save
the dog. but to no purpose, the ma-
chine passing over the dog. The dog
died from the injuries received. Mr.
Livingston deemed the dog a very val-
uable one. having paid $50 for the
animal and being subsequently offer-
ed $75 for him. Now Mr. Livingston
desires Mr. Once to pay him $75 for
the dog. but the latter gentleman hav-
ing done all he could to save the life
of the dog on the public highway.
does not deem himself legally or crim-.
inally liable for the death of the ani-
mal and there the case rests.

We want your prescription work
and are prepared to offer you the most
skilled pharmacists and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tydlngs A

Mr. Maxwell of the Florida House.
has received a letter from Mr. W. H.
Thomas of Wyoming, saying he and
five others would be here Iriday to
cast their lot with the people of Ma-
rion county. The Star readers will
recall that Mr. Thomas was here In
the early spring and was so pleased
with Marion that he fell in love with
our town and county.

One of the most popular young
salesmen in Ocala is Mr. A. P. Dreka
at Rheinauer's. Mr. Dreka is a son of
Geo. A. Dreka, the merchant prince of
DeLand. and might occupy an easy
position in his father's immense es-
tablishment. but prefers winning his
own way In the world. He has made
friends by the score since coming to

Master William Fuller. after a brief
vacation from school, has taken a po-
sition in the shoe department of
Rheinauer's big store. Will Is a smart
boy and will probably make a suc-
cessful business man.
Miss Cora Griffin of Anthony was
the guest over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Miller.

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Mr. P. W. Ditto awn he as
r Imation had ucb a demand for heese aa.
has calls every day for medwam prle
Odd Fellows meet tonight. houses for the working and mddle
class of white temants, home that
Woodmen meet Friday evening. BUy Cream Flour, tre would rent for 3S to 318 a math. If
this is the cae in midUnamer what
Piling cases at the- O.ala News Co tO its name. You pay will the winter aeasca show? Ocala

"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard' no more for it than other hundreds, and of the lar beb r by
hundreds and of tie large number of
SoI High grade Flour. houses that have been built within the
Messr. G. and W. K. McLean of High gerde F ur. v pa fw yeas there ar ot a eiown.
a g n ma. ery pound of it guran- city.
FViR HI.NT--A large pasture close
in. Apply at this office. teed to be the best that NEW PHOSPHATE PLANT
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Justice of Pitts- can be made from soft Mesr. Mever & MacKay have
burg. are guests of the Montezuma.
--winter wheat. Sold ex- Just commenced work on a bi phoa-
Sphate plant for the Dunaelon Phoe-
Mrs. J. B. Hull of Port Inglis is a phate company at section No. 7 o
guest of the Montezuma. elusively by pate company at weenunne o. 7 an
Citrus county. between bunnellon and
Call and see the new hook a:t the Holder, to take the place of one burn-
ST EO T w- o has had the contract for some time
Mr. Walter Dopson of Jacksonville f 1 but has ben unable to commence
is a guest of the Montezuma. work on account of the high water.
Have y.;u seen the picture puzzle GRO CERY OE 0 CONTRACTS
post cards at th Oc.nila News Co' -
post cards at th :la News ('.- The Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
There were 2S arrivals at the Monte- AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE (Mr. Roess Interests) has the contract
zuma yesterday. to ship the material, practically the
entire mill of lumber and all other
A five-passenger automobile. two.
Bathing caps Just received at the cylinder. chain drive, in first-classial to s wher Mr. J.
Court Pharmacy. condition and everything complete, for rPsidepc and to Altoona, where Mr.
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Mr. Pat Randall of 'onnor wa np a Apply to R htoot. who recently moved there
the city today. from Kentucky is building a $&s5
thae itd. bomne.

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Phone 180

New crop of wrs a nd
seed jit raorlve Wn. Amaj
druggist and IeMhsmak4 Ou i m.1

CORD WOOD "O m^ur -

I will sell 4M to I6 aerua 9 tf
quality wood at Moutage sam- ft
$1.5S a cord at deit. Adireas I
Foglestrom. Nontay,
One of the handsomat d hee t l-
cated homes oa the east iie a Lth
Weir. Good bosses, or0rM Mr'e
p. -t yof land: heap s a Mr e Aig
to F. W. Ditto, ety.

All kinds of hair work ao t-
faction guaranteed. Harrit *33t
North Magnolia street.


.Wanted, an. a gS g,.mn to dlve
ice wagon, deliver and = amet Apply
to Florida Packing & leo Co, ity.
The following tfrl ta-m wme
In the city today, .amly. Mr. V .I
McRainey, of WBwdoo BW Pet.
teway of Duannelleo. M*. M. IUar
and, Mrs. Harp of hureaW *
Mr. Robert Tayter, the oroer Oe-
merclal agent of the A. C.IL. M w
town today, introducing m suraeer,
Mr. Reagan, a very plesset yso

Mrs. George L. Th'ylr sne ad
yesterday from her visit to ButhI -
land and St. Petersbrg. he
ed her trip very muelL ,

Mr. C. H. Dame went down to las-
burg yesterday afternm t OB ai4a tese
connected with the Wb modimt o the

Mr. F. W. Barse, of NatgMl bMs-
cult company fame, who has mad
Ocala his home for the pt. --i
years, will commence hmM N sEm li
a few days upon Mrs. BhM -ell
from her western trip. Mr. Ba m ha
rented Dr. Walter Hoeos pgt l*
dence on Watula st-e ,
Mrs. B. B. Ricker, who -
day with WMrs. bktflt l gto
the lake yesterday.

Mr. Clifford landers. e -
sonvOle yesterday to ta
as operator in the WeestagM *I
fice In that city. :.

Mr. Ben Todd hasa aevai Ia e
section with the Marlos ardwar
company and has entered the 0 oC
Dr. J. E. Chace to le ar the ies-
Mrs. J. W. AkinM ad littl" se,
George, who have bee aspeditg the
past two months at OeUft A ase,-
Ga. returned b he today.

State C.onvict Inspector Job T.
Lewis. of; Mess Blu. la the Mty
today. :

Rev. F. Edwad :Btark, ed1-
tor of the Foria Utiw Wtbss
which is nw w beig t Jack-
sonville, is In the city ib.

Judge Turnipseed the i o the
peace from Mc Atah, 1l tm city
a g A,4he Mentes a L2 %I Jes
is hre n appear bIesl the bsmrd of
cooatx commissioner in beiaf r his
bill of costs it the case of the state
vs. Baynard of MItaney r aterl
bird's eggs by the bushel flnm the
bird nests on the lS hf t On gl
Lake ast. June.

Mr. J. K. Christian of Mclatoh re-
turned home yesml rem his
semi-annual porchlM hip to New
York City. whee h w- to by
goods for the big stored tf Chris-
tian DixEo Co. *

Ope iate the I b, ct the Ocals Miss Anna and Mr. WIQM Clais-
RoMse. uan of MeIntoeh.s ref i pw Se5I-
terday from their sGIe apt"em
Ofers the very best serve o' spent in Chllesb Ky..


and .1 a day, bo

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ro the areats the profe lo a sad suc~al men and women of
a tlw. btIrs of the SUrrosad ag territory.
W asimoi-m-er all rl-am Our customer represent the men aad
Swho have bMit sad are st building Msccessful euterprles.
Wie -at are orT y rowiae r



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ifi --- eeerles, Chicks.

Te.. MoFlinob in .0m
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AIt Water Fsh. The Moet Com-
Imtry. Re-modeled and Right
dat in Connectio. First Cla
o ard to We*kly Customers

Somap rIm and Metals, Also Green Hides 1
and Sold.

Telephone No 111

P. 0. Box I




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PheIe 1s

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1e1D&lo DRmIP&Y

We have a stone crusher at work In Ocals. and are prepared to do all
kledt f, Ceost Work. Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
brlekt BoUl Mdewalks, Artlnelal Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make
Mhek for Prbdationsi for house work. which look better than brick, and
0are Saher. WarehOuse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of


Card Signs Degned and Made. Paperhanging a Spec-
aty. New Mirrore Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, Glaws
fraUn g, Gilding, Graining, Kalaomining, Furniture Re.
Plkrig, ae.o "Quality a little higher-prioes a little lower."

wil biur M

We, preprd to fil yeur wrders for cement work, of whatever kind.
u.u-ure f -esrnt briek, building blook, hexagon and octagon
iebi rMd all kind- of mf l material. We employ skilled workmen and
i mgero is e phase.
STempe~ry qor phone 25.



ft Y m e 8 MAwas Nsqmg5 and wbl& has beem
So -e w bas I' the si gatre ao
is" ML lha bemade under bhi per
none omerqw Ilv- a--~ ~fLDC
AD.. unmet. deesive you In t is.
AU. Ib, IrI.e mua a""Jus-m- ngood" 9ae blt
am *2" Ib tantd endanger tUm bheath t
I- (U-3.rlrwm -~ Expe~dml~S

~~ b a ~ C +Wmtm inuSu hr Casr Oil, aeb
soft mIft" a" Ue" A rmi. It is Pleasen. I
-mofb OplimNt -,*mnor ther Naroods
ftnto Is L gtrmtee It destregs Worm.
rr -aS Pevwlem. It omee~ Diarr~e. .. WI..
NO I5po w"Ambe s rmbUes, Vftn Coeumalp.
ON& a "e It oolm ltm the eFmd, 0 bIcoma the
OWN d a" AWds, evg eathy and usatml sleep.

3k= so _-A --- da

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id Yon Hare Alays Bough

Ps"p1 R ttw freem Vaoa.s -& A MN O
Improvements eg MA OB
S. H. Galtakill and wite are visiting
friends and relatives In Baltimore.
Mr. Gaitskill will be absent about Of many hundreds
three weeks. Mrs. Galtskill will prob- C very clim put fOrth by
ably remain six weeks or more. evr c north
Mr. and Mrs. J N. eal and daught- DISCOVERY as a rem
er. Miss Hattie. have returned from
their summer vacation. mankind; ya it is not C
W. E. Av^en and daughter, is Le- rmi*are a ntd
labh. have returned from a visit to
Kentucky. Your neigbon pIbab!
Mr. D. Bratton Sutton, of Mt. Ster-
ling, Ky., is visiting W. E. Allen and --
family, and will spend the winter in P
L. H. Willis and wife have returned b e f --M. VW
from a visit to their old home at Nic-j th .b d in A
olasville. Ky.
Mrs. Pr. Means and little son.: ..
George, ,. ve returned from New t
York and other eastern cities.
William M. Gist and wife have re- j IOJf UA o el
turned from the West where Mr. Gist a
has been looking after extensive rail- a A
road construction business.
Judge J. 0. Turnlpseed and wife T "Dicove l
nt their vacation in Wahgton, i every ingredient pri
D. C.. and the Carolinas.
Mrs. S. H. Burgin LI home again af- it in a claM distinct fro
ter an absence of several months t1 lationship. Physician,
J. A. Murrell returned last week indigestion, torpid liver
from a trip through Kentucky. Ohio
and Virginia. of intelligence nod kee
C.. Bateman and wife are In Can-
ada. visiting relatives of Mrs. Bate- glyccric eCtract Of e rtic
man and sightseeing In the Northern no cas do harm to Cith
J. K. Christian is in New York lay- You crn learn more
Ing in a fall stock of merchandise.
J. B. Walkup is in Baltimore laying, the People' Commonr
In a fall stockqgf goods. revise, u A
L. J. Cassels has moved to his new rev d, up-O- e
home on the hill above the bathing for 31 cents in one-cent
A. T. Blllingsley has moved to the ers 21 cents. Address:
Neal house where W. R. Baker moved M. President, 63 1
from. M. D., Preident, 603 J
S. S. Boyleston having sold his
plantation, will soon move to McIn-
tosh to residefl
Notwithstanding the heat and rain.
McIntosh improvements still continue.
S. H. Gaitskill has Just completed
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of -hmAdsof cre S~ti we Iinu:~
the makers of &L7 ",P;'UUSCB'(lO
ed for many ofb turpm deir*M C
tolled as a "cureeli" by any mern. ?i. S
efore the public to arouse faid* hopes i In
y know ofsome of its manycuyre ukthem '

-OMY as' aPrab theis' r a j
rr~ r~cJlrlag W%w

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paimnting Uni resiu ence anU aciung
house. also the Dungaven farm res
G. A. Flewellen has completed some STATE CONVENTION IN OCALA
repairs and conveniences to his resi-
dence and painted them. making his The state convention of the Allen
home second to none in town. Christian Endeavor League of the A.
The B. M. Warner improvements M. E. church of Florida will be held
still go on. in Mount Zion A. M. E. church, Ocala,
M. G. Bateman is doing lot of re- from Sept. 8th to 12th Inclusive. Rev.
pairs to his residence. D. M. Baxter is pastor of the church.
D. H. Petteys carried the good work The program Is a very elaborate and
on to his place and has done lot of re- lengthy one and a great many dele-
pairing and fresh painting, gates from all parts of the state will
J. A. Flewellen has made some ad- be in attendance. Bishop M. B. Sal-
ditions to his residence; built new ter, of Jacksonville, president of the
tenant house and house and new barn department, Rev. Julian C. Caldwell,
and wil give all a fresh coat of paint. D. D., general corresponding secre-
The spirit struck J. A. Murrell and tary, Rev. J. W. Dukes, D. D, of this
he has gone to work again on his res- city, state superintendent, and other
Idence. colored dignitaries and officers will be
W. R. Brown will soon begin his in attendance.
new residence and altogether it begins
to look as if McIntoah had a move on W. H. Payne. postmaster t Green-
her. land. Fla., is one of the few colored
postmasters left In the South. He is
HIPPITY HOP also station agent for the East Coast
Railway and conducts a store. He is
Are you just barely getting around an intelligent and obliging man, dis-
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un- charging his various duties with satis-
less you have lost a limb or have a faction to the public and credit to
deformity-if your trouble is rheuma- himself.
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff jbints, or
anything of like nature use Ballard's NATURE TELLS YOU
Snow Liniment and in no time you can
throw away your crutches and be as As Many an Ocala Reader Knows Toe
well as anyone. Price 25c, 50c and $1 Well
Sold by all druggists. When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
UNCLE........TRI The urine Is nature's calendar.
UNCLE PETEOS TRIP Infrequent or too frequent action;
TO SOUTH CAROLINA Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Conner, la. Sept I 1 90 Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Conner. Fl.. Sept 1. 19 ,Ills.
Editor Star:-As promised, I write Mrs. Ells. Ratherree, living at 201
youn a short account of my late visit W. McCormick St., Gainesville, Fla..
to my native state-South Carolina. says: "I suffered from dragging pains
On July 22d, in the afternoon, I left in my back for some years. I
Ocala via the S. A. L. and arrived in was In almost constant misery, and
Columbia at 6:30 the next morning, a often the pains were so Intense that I
distance of 417 miles. Here I took In could not move about. The secretions
a good many grand sights. I had not from my kidneys were also Irregular
Ss I n In action and caused me further an-
seen Columbia since 1865, when I noyance. Any cold always aggravated
came through on my way from Appo- my trouble and at such times I would
mattox a few weeks after General suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
Sherman had passed through. I did vised me to try Dean's Kidney Pills
not see much of what the general and I did so. The first few doses of
did. Some signs of where shells struck this remedy gave me relief, and when
the state house will be there as long I had used the contents of one box the
as that building stands. pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
ou ...I . .. i once more acted in a normal manner.
Columbia is a beautiful city o sixty I am glad to give Dan's Kidney Pills
or sixty-five thousand people. Has the credit for bringing me back to good
about 60 police, so I was informed. health."
The asylum has about 600 inmates, Plenty more proof like this from
a large tract of well tilled land and Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
in fact it is a credit to the state. But I drug store and ask what their custo-
the sad. sad fate of those dear ones, mers report.
to be in this world and cannot enjoy For sale by all dealers. Price 0
what they cod if t hey hd their cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
what they could if they ad their"
rght t New York, sole agents for the United
right mind. States
I went three times to the old sol- Remember the name-Doan's-and
diers' home; the last time the 4th take no other.
Sunday in August: had preaching
and It was as good as the best. Those
old soldiers are well provided for and AT V
the people love them. and welt they Ie A LhAb M ERG
should. May God continue to bless;
those brave old Confederates. Practical
I also went to Sunday School and
preaching in the First Baptist church,! IIPEIU in All LDER
and as I was going up the steps a sis-
ter told that this was the building Careful stimat.s rnde on all
where the ordinance of secession was contract work. aves more and bet-
drawn up and signed, that Generali ter work for the moaey than any
Sherman thought when be had his other contractor ia own.
horses in the First Methodist church,
that it was the First Baptist church. I
and every winter when the tourists'
come they like to go and see the First' l
Baptist church.
Old South Carolina is the grandest
state in the Union and has more his- : F O L
tory. P. L. Durisoe.

Howard Academy will open for the H NEYT
season Sept. 13th. Patrons will please *
take notice and prepare their children
for school. J. D. McCall, Principal. --- -------

Do not be deceived by unscrupulous
imitators who would have you believe
that the imitation pills are as good as,
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.;
There isn't anything just as good ua
these wannrfnl nilla for the raulitf of

LAXATIVE cmgh rmmse
for coghsm, colas, throat and luat
rebles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic
ooed for everybody. Sold everywhere
ThIe misoin

Mtaina DO h and no habit-forming dru
ed on its wrapper. Th OPEN PBCU C
Sthie ordinary secret nattn with it
derefore, do not hsitattoprescribeit i n bd
r b3ioumlem and in k nnd Iood aectio
i dicenment employ it. The "Discovwery i
medicinal roots of great urative po, a
r child or adult. The aged find it a great
about this time proven and popular 0'
Sense Medical Adviser, by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
n of which is now offered, in cloth covers, pm
tamps, to cover cost of mailing only; or in paWp.Aier" '
World's Dispensary Medical Anociatio, R.V. I ;
lain Sum, BWfalo, N.Y. ..-


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The Value of GMo

Kodol lre ood AdIHgnstm by to pedal edfrt by -igl-
absolutly dsbaptl Nlcstlng ?istures -mtaLwd GOMit e'Ys ,
sormal prease. I perfectly dtiges or weoupUak My poM INllMr
ht gn food taki Ito the aoa. doss d tmi g ;ILI '
Whls Kodol ko dotng thws c the en be avpte ad rw uia
stomach i restlig-sad becomtag by tural tm *ew
tr sad althy. A stroa sad Ko el asopi -
Meabhy stomach gw atss a imesas. ItperSlm
ond sad actve brain, work for IR-j as the a .
4 The mam with a asead stame should paurtr t--whi te a*s
-- atom-c that i doec for thsb t akes a naa rat art
ody Jot what Natwure itaded ston' aw" .
r to.0 te--b who Is alwOays wM
prpareI fr any eme g aey. He
Is "tbhe ith the goods. oaw lM L ftba -r i
The uma with a ack stomach, Is eer* e-s tr st w0t
a- dea k al evr. Whim tMe i "Mm .lo__I
a hi s rrlttd by tndilgt e mll *orwa t "
food, the blood and eart are dl- d Wsi, _..
fee*y sfetaed sTir ue pr IW
Wtilo sad tiatiag spels., and bpt Usg I
mot -na o bra utroae deo. female. '" *)ti."
-edal wml preett th. sdol I prepared at t0e -16
fith as smaI h SAL bo AftgRItr Of..eWlWt AC* T B

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Year Road Limited, Nes. SS and St. Florida Fa a.


These arrivals and departures as well as time and sauatum wh
other companies are given as Information and are mot guaiad
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars betwea Tampa sad ew Te
on trains Nos. 14 and 81. Dining Car Service.
arorin 'fr t P em between Tampa and Jaekmah vlla a e trash Ila.

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