Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 8, 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: VID03266
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
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New To Sept. i-Tbe anouece-
meea t of Commmier Pary that be has
covered the INrt PFle rivets the
attention t the et-re evilised world.
Whatever wqumtls of priority may
exist betwes cla of mmander
rry and Dr. Cok. there can be ao
dMbt that to *s Unted States be-
Ias asismable credit and last-
Ig renown of discoveria the North
Pole. The remarkable tact or two
America anoq-e-tso of amueh
colossal achievements coindt within
ive days after centuries of frtless
endeavor, ao-ntutut ao t a the at
remartable eolnctdom history.
The questlo of priority to reabing
the pole now abesr e attentlen this
country and ImOe. That Peary will
claim to be the lrst disoverer ap-
pears to be d-ldmoly asaNred. Aslde
from the qeatis at priOity, Oa-
ainer Peery'as am -eemat of hav-
IN reached the ple appears to be
accepted throughout te United
States and the world at large by
scientists as well as te aeral pub-
le. There Is absemce of the doubt
and skeptietla whih geeted Cook's
wn woenWt. There abo however
apparet reserve of Jugment on the
question of priority between the two
explier. Dr. Cook, n a In terview
at Copehages. says he is the "art
to shout hurrah for Peary." Dr. Cook
als states that be does not wat any

We have In our fresh spjPy of re-
bMe garden and lower meed for tall
citing. TY4dnls & Co.
It was a thrlliag experlenee to Mrs.
a Soper to face death. "For years
severe lun trouble save se lniense
fering." she writes, "and several
mes nearly caused my death. All
nedtea failed and doctors said I was
curable. Then Dr. KIn's New Dir-
very bronuht quick relief and a cure
penmaent that I have not been
mbled In twelve yards Mrs. So-
r lives In Big Pend, Pa. It works
dera In coughs and cold, sore
age, bemor- es, la grippe, ast-
a. crep, whbopbia eobh and ail
Machial afetlemoa. e and $1. Trial
to free. Guaranteed by all drug-

Hemry 8avae L-der, the Noted Ex-
pIermr, Wil Go Woimaln One

London, Seat. L.-Menry Savage
Landor proposes to try to reach the
south Pole by aairhip. His expe-
dltlom is to be an Anglo-Amerlcan
afair suportod by wealthy Americans
and Engishme ad dtlMgulhe
scientldc bodies with which Mr. Lan-
dor Is connected.
"I am now at work on the plans
for my airship. I have had a model
constructed with which I will be mak-
tag trials .de of a week or two. My
warship will be of the rigid type some-
what on Zeppeliw lines, bet smaller.
There wil be several cempartment
to the ballon for safety sake, and
the whole willbe capped by a very
poInted aluminum noae to protect it
from wind pressure," sid Mr. Landor.
"My pln Is to establish a general
base wherever I land my ship-prob-
ably near the excellent base selected
by IAeutemant hackleton. I will com-
mece my operations from here and
purpose to do an the traveling possi-
ble by manas of my airship. I will
frat of al establish a sub-base on
the route to the pole about fity mies
from my base, and leave there a good
store of provisions and supplies. orty
or Afty miles further oa I will estab-
Itsh another. And so I will go on un-
til ny expedition is within striklan
distance of the pole. I anticipate that
be whole expedition will not take
over seven mona"

was seen In the red tace, hands and
ody of sthe ttlte ao of K. M. Adams.
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from ecan s had. for five years, de-
amd alt reodie and bafoed the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected hit lagm and nothing
could save him. B," writes his
mother. "seven bottles of aectric Bit-
ters completely cured him." br erp-
tiaes, eeman asit rheem. sores and
all blood diordr and rheumatism
Bieetric Bitters i supreme. Only Wc.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
Adverse potMb A-but **Ha***lm s
Hel th Caused Fi*moial TreI ers
ma New Yeek nid LOudeN

New York, Sept. L-As a result of
the adverse report about K. H. Harril
man's health, the w et esactement
was evident yesterday I the tok
exchange. Some stocks fel I% points
at the opening mad the Harriman Is-
sued led In the decline. Unleo Pa-
cite sold at 19% in lando on hear-
lag that Harriman was dead and cre-
ated a violent sump n American
e- stoeks*before the rumor was authori-
tft tatively denied.
We Do not be deceived by unscrapulous
Imitators who would have yo believe
that the imbatIo plls are as god as
SDeWitt's Ktney and Bladder Pis.


SThe lnte-tate Cr:mmerce Commisssie
Orders the Railroads to Disgerge
Money Received in Excess ceie PWOO a Maki liate
of Rates prptilel to amd the T public of
Washington. Sept T.-An order In- dent framn w l Alarm Sys em, intalied by the e
evolving approximately $1.0,000 and
which is issued against the railroads Chnago. SepLt. -Two let1ls have o Main.,in Moo, in oar -n. I
operating In several o fthe southern been received by Che of P ltle Pur-
states. was issued yesterday by the ter. threatealag the life to ProsMet we wi to thank our p iatr
Interstate Commerce Commission. Tat. They have stiTed up t see-
The money muA be paid by the ret S@F lee and the police lat dwy hae oini sh is at i rn t'-i.
railroads to members of the Central the city with the result that eorts
Tellow Pine Associtflon, which Is will be made to mae the chief The IU roe alU L
made up of mill men who have ecutive of the nation the mo rt-
shipped large amounts of yellow pine ed president that ever came to Ch-
lumber over various railroads of the cl.
South, and on which is claimed ex- "aptain Porter was inclied to be.
cess freight charges were levied. little the threats. although he began
The order includes principally the m aking Pr t" n to prove t e a-y
cases affecting ouislan, Mississippi possibility atof an attack an President
and Western Alabama. Tatt.
The charges made by the railroads
amounted to two cents per hundred READ TISt
pounds in excess of the amount which "- 1
the commission had. laid down as an Duaneloe Fla., Sept. 1st W 9U.-1I
equitable rate, and the case had been have sold Hars Texas Woneer o.f St.
in the courts and before the com- lIAs, 1b., for six years. Every bot-
mission for more than a year. tIe I ell adds a customer fr L It I



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rowder. 6We b. mi&-mi and ?.
N.Oif mOwe. All Nlngruidts in the
pekseav. Makes 2 quass LI r. D:ec-
is ice Cream I In 13iOute.. Crocer
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They say, but It you will examine
carefully th lee which melts so rap-
Ily you will note that there seem to
be holes in It, that the center Is what
is called snow Ice." which, being por.
ous, allows it to melt quickly.
"Caystal Ice"

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


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Opea Iwto the lobb, ct the Ocala
teas. f
Offer ts e very best service of
hided workmen with modern ap-
lMances. Strictly saitary. Electric
fans, electric manages.
MI m -n- Water at Al Tmsa
VfINCIR C. Wre ri(S, MasMMgr


* uenum ie urE or ok ey, bmWIr a
rheumatic troubles. (eo. Ohbmaebt.
Merchant. 6 day's treatment in eseb

Hudson I

A new runabout automobile for sle The sensation in no r I M
at a reasonable discount ftroas orig- I
Final cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile." care Star o(tce. 1910 lm er-Det lt
"*'"" >noneed tos.yanytb #.ioii
Carlisle Center. N. Y. . uirMan.s,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote W T
you that I had been entirely cured of W i T D 4
kidney trouble by taklng two bottles .
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after ,Tl
four years I am aganirpleased to stae
that I have never hah any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently ..
cured to stay cured.-" Foley's Kny
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.
Let the Star office print and perfor- TO FIT ANY IS
ate your loos leaf sheets for your n- IT ANY, 1 S
voice ledgers and bill head systems. 1RST O0t, CLINCEMR Q .,CU8gUUR
We are prepared to do the work.
you must have good health. You cant WE CARRY A COMPLETr STOCK OF FSK
have good health if your liver is not W E-Yi A C LT TOCK O FISK TA
doing Its duty-slow but sure poison- WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE -
Ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Berblaue REPAIRIN AND TIRE VUILCANSIING -, t j
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right P OMP TLY AT REASONABLE PRICE& ,
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. old by all' druggists.oCA fl

I w ill place an electric sm oothiag _#,`i.__ _____ __ __ _
Iron in your home on a few days, trial. .-
uplM request at my office, or by card O N "
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thinIn the home, especa ly In
hot weather. Connect the cord with -
one of your light opa and st a few
minutes the iron & hot. No smoke
or dirt and P*at only where it is . .
wanUd L. W. UI 04ch & T

"All thought rd lose my leg." writes CAR.RIES A LARG
J. A. Swenson, Watertown. Wisn, Ten ..a A
years of eczema. that 16 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then UE I AA UD 1 E
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions. OF .1
eczema, salt rheum, bolls, fever sores. .
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 2Sc at
all druggists.U nI llP
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $1 per wek. I
running water. 05 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October .
1. for the winter; furnished; running *"
water: modern plumbing; acetylene My i IN Ca u" M g
gas. $25 per n aoth. ~W w F e. Cwars a d
Holder Block, OcalaM VIM. o_ r -ud-e 5 eP be am a7-Z
HIPPITY HOP --d e ftq- WE&
Are you Just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Us- *m-- e irkn I li - e n- l erl mfi J-
less you have lost a limb or have a M -
deformnnity-it your trouble ti rheums- Wain -_a -- W s P
tism. lumbago, sprain. tiff Joints, or LeA mr w o Sl i k.t g el r dmraw u .J ss
anything of like nature use Ballard's
Snow Liniment and In no time you can a ftf Wm Trs "
throw away your crutches and be as
well as anyone. Price5c. 6istc and $ .
Sold by all druggists. 0
Ten years expWr-nce. ,a .I.c
manc house In Jacksonmolle. *Pheb esa, sL J
2n. A. K Lansford. city. 1-3-tU

Edgar N. Baylams, a merchant of
Robinsonvile. Del., wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick, and
coughed all the time and If I did a t
have consumption, it was near to It.
I commenced using Fley's lHone ani
Tar. and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well and have gal%-
ed twenty-eight pounds. all due #o
good results from taking Fbley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-

On Monday. Sept. 4, 19M. the Board
of Public InstructIon In and for Ma-
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VteCMo em rirl ky htVb N bto.l
*I. te -mfartr a expeaitared oa
Sl pNed lso thei per dko
t v f their pa. ie a.e m an d ort .
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-Mot their -,wO 1 .WKim

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a t niaL wa aO IL brill
VMSlsr o a" the bar, whom his
be" AwIed Noim .he had to give

Morm. W. A. hit mmd V. L Crnw-

b.r- NI hi, Instea of
inshu or menaain.

I qietIy rema t at home d bS
Ir84bm -ISf by --tatlu a tall
mlas In Mr. TrodWrm rr lot,
abme e Is ptag petato, lertre.
Ima I lt I wU telll hi

So-umal ms o Coyf t ft. whe
wa sreammd Usdady mar Bltebton
s o MaOeok hawneo yet
TdYhe besm oat the sink was
me Ia aME was ftnd to be M
aM am %at Mam Its eater was a
weB hole the sloe e a bged and
Whme *-I sm to is siply a matter
*- a-r Dr. S L3. o hUh re-
bsm e -had to tfr sik tor
,MN bew 0 9. &twlop a d
ummel the traloe drwam, he a1-
mat hlBad thinking It was hi son
2u sad sevr e hs east a deep
galr seer th cemdoity.
a. W. L SwadK. who several
ya m -I uIip hli phrebiala
ol dm~si~ aai n O..lsI and
UM fA s Sb DL far a cange
V ha, regained his mNml
ihaItIh mIw retr to Ocals to re-
m bew M .le-m er anb a am a uf
"mA h* mka rested the Mrs. Nore
km3 p ba an obawaa ave.mme a"
lth a -nopt bore the Ist
V a.mabsrb. They wll receive a
warm wotelma otuofr heand
Nb. Log as wml agss tesum-
her atoels at Cema.a Cqone, w l e
CaW ,SOL uNO. We O wibe a- -
r her r other, Maser Lamrds

Mr. beart Perry -ad a Kim l
*e ,w rd Were, arr-*d
at ta"t mI3me dw aftersa Mr.

We ofer One 0d Dollars Re-
ward fr aay cas e o rtarr that can-
not be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co..
Toledo, O.
We. the undersized. have known
P. J. Cbeuey for the last 15 years. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
buaines transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his rm.
Waldioa, KInnan & Marvin.
Wholale Drugists, Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarri Cure Is taken Intern-
aly, actngo upon the blood and mu-
eoun surfaces of the system. Testi-
amMialas set free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Halls
TaPily PUls for constlpatlon.

Rev. lawrence Jonea of Welrsdale.
and Jonah Drggers of Oklawaha.
were In town Tuesday. meeting with
the county commiasloners, and urging
good roads, as was John T. Lewis. a
champion for the air line road from
Ocala to Lake Weir, to run east of the
A. C. L. railroad, making a difference'
In distance of six mllei via this line
and the one via Belleview.

I you have a sudden chill-if you
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea-don't
wait a minute. Take a teaspoonful
of Perry Davis' Painkiller in halt a
glan of hot water or milk. You'll be
on the road to quick recovery. Have
this tried remedy on hand for imme-
diate use. Being prepared is half the
battle. New ate l 6c, also In 6c. re
Rev. True Whittier of Belleview, was
in town Saturday and aid the cool!
weather of Friday night gave him ant
attack of grip. He said he had lived
In Florlds 24 ears and this was his
flit illness: that he lived according
to the teachlnpgs of ods word that
would brig health and long life to
any one. He was reading his Bible!
through for the one hundredth time
and it this be found his greatest,

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OU are entitled in buying Hart Schdaher &

clothes, to a most positive assurance of yor

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Every dealer in our clothes sa

to say this to you:

Every garment made by, and bearing the

Hart Schaffner & Marx, is guaranteed. to be of

nr wool-mand-..Qlnk fihru'o ih no mm

Are you troubled with dandruff? -- J--- w- .a vv aA w a s -al "UAJL
Then try a bottle of Dke's Hair Tonic,: j
at thecourt Pharmac. cotton added; thoroughly shrunk be

Mr. J. 0. Hightower of Heather Isl-
p.rduct ive lad I~n .. I. sewed with pure silk thread; tailored
art waa a buianeas caller in town yes-
terday and reports the affairs on thisB Sewed with pure sik thread tailored,
productive Island In excellent shape.
Mr. Hightower is a farmer and is rais-
" ""s"sto at '"""e h les. Ie shops; and free from every defec
tet~-sldn nelbbors sit up and take
notice. He ha two mule colts two!
years old that excite the admiration workmanship.
of all who ee them. He refused a I
handsome sum for them. He has also
gone Into the Berkshire hog business
and in making a great success of It.
.He od Pro. McK ey a I f More than that: The dealer is
fve months welthed 146 pounds. How l
is that for fresh pork? Mr. Hightower '
loie lery i -t t aboh a that if the clothes are not right, or ni
trahms. proirlte of the Jackson- *
vyle ostrti a ,rm.' for a lot of 'gators. i /n ,^ Will h r, fnrl-
The contract said nothing about num- money will b ref ded.
ber and Mr. Hightower was to fur-
ah lot of 'gators and the price Har
wa m centsa to $10 each, based onI iJ
slie. Mr. Hithtower began the task
of gathering n the 'fators along the:
OkIawaha river until he had captured i
67 of them ranging In size from tourj
to eleven feet, and then notified the, -l.
ladles he waa ready to deliver the REPRESNT IN OCALA
goods. Mr. Will Ingraham called for 1
the gators, coming via Belleview, TH GUARANTEE CUIBNG A S
whbre he met his old friend Mr. C. A.
Tremere. The latter knew of the :
contract, and to jolt him a little, said.
Do you ,know how many 'gators,
Hightower has for your He replied
that be did not know. when Mr. Tre-' I _______
mere suggested he hoped he had aI
healthy bank account as Mr. High- i l
tower had for delivery 267 'gators. Ijl.l% I
Ingrual 's face wore a troubled look.!
for the number made it a serious t fl-p CRT P SI ofTI
he hastened to Heather Island andof U n eran
he Psan d over the piny woods d tt ;
Sto his rdetinbton the prospectfor a Very Little More, this Guarntee with
bae tpased s over the p n d sel- hnp' Mo reORUTTO.(Near n arin)L
flrst chilled and then heated him and,
be worked up his feelings to such a&
pitch that when he found Mr. High-i
tower he exploded with such force TORPEDO BOATS WILL ('r T4 I' T
that he made the 'gators in the pen ESCORT PkEflIOENT TAFT
fairly tremble for the terrible fate that --S J A
awaited them. so wrathful and sul- Washington. Sept. 8L-Flour torpedo ORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLOR
phurle was his speech and Hightower boats left Hampton Roads for St.
could not control the flow until he told Louis to escort Mr. Taft down the Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the ia1ters a
Ingraham that he must curb his Mississippi to New Orleans. Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car etully Trained ao
speech as a young lady was visiting lectual, Moral and Social Line. Heal thy Location. Mae
him, when Ingraham ubsided. Mr., WARNING Pool, Complete Eqlipment in Schoolr ooms Dormitories
Hightower assured the vexed purchas- o not be persuaded into taking creaton Roo
IrDo not be persuaded I u taking
erthat he was laboring under a de- anything but Poley's Honey and Tar Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SBUP
tusom or had been misinformed. as he. for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
Hightower. bad only caught 7 ators fever asthma, and lung trouble, as it St Joseph's Academy, Loretto, F
for him Instead of 2. which an- stops the cough and heals the lungs.
nouncement saved the day, and only Sold by all druggists. PALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SIPTl
Tremre can communicate In his own'
mild and sauve manner what Ingra- I Five members of the Tucker family
an communicated to him when he of Richmond. Pasco county: Fl, were
met him. arrested last week for complicity In
--- -.. cattle stealing. They are Ellott, Val-
po, Fulton, Elmore and Austn. The i L
discovery of hides buried near their
slaughter house of cattle not belong-
Ing to them, caused their arrest. wl w w w
liott Tucker explaied this Have Your Lawn Mowe;
way. The hides were placed there by
spotters, so they could collect rewards at
from the cattle association. tld
A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's LiLwn
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach liver \ rfor thI
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con- does t
'stipation, biliousness. chills, malaria,

M T | headache and indigestion. 25c at all / o.r 1
S druggists.

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.A $40 scholarship in the Stanley
R A ID forBusiness College. of Thomasvllte, Ga.. old st
for sale for 810. Apply at the Star

it a I will have a car of choe Keatucky
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ai W e 'Fla., for sale after Aug. 20th. I have .
spent two months around my old home -
al zacusivey at Lexington. Ky., selecting this stock - -~$
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IB.' Gie -vIl" a-0....- .prom. yea-
..- .,-. .- te ,, . ., he mat -- vr larg
I* -~v -- -and well-behaved delegation, and a
ball teamn that knew the Ins and outs
Of *f. the g me to perfection. This pa- T I
p e at the Oeale oe Co. Buy In Fo Rern per tis its hat to Ga sr ville.-SOcalai m r P
oager A at aid's. to its nam te. Yor plDy T un acknowledges the Banner's
ftthe" 2d D. n Ai foritl. M & The little battle between the "
R g te was DO U& ftw Itowns thf san pteert tmacy IS w in baseball
Sem, .,-ee- was S~=~'-" Hi gh gFkarr v,- bas been fierce this season and Ocala r
I S ee aar o to be congratulated upon the dne-

to be victorious In the next game. The Isied M ps
S aa t t j0t01 mingling together of the people of the Ao t gcc e
t" i e t ities, as a whole, has brought, is whyan our deM .
r --d - --- FOR AL E exE tended to increase the friendly I
detul'on ,-,. l#a,, suevelml feeling that has always existed be- C t ltba lmtela" "
JIm Nelsond. after several wva b teen them. Let us all now rest from it ithe aU IA Iwrg g
* ; S dl lisest -_ .the sport for a few months and buckle Painting O s() a|llNOt T I iT
MN youg seen the pleture down to business of a more commer- you0l muinll .141yrl"UL l
iVg ea at m O- ic n News ct? c8 amturet the relaxation period hav- paiitd, an a"e
at? r p law passed. Next year Ocala fans can aoso oe 'e .
Mr. J. lalgl et, tis tuO etia e ?m- 0o T t e d prepare for the same "drubbing" by i
t' was r between tralm.s w the Oak Halls that h..s been given N -L
W. J. toeothem every season without a single l
k ahl h i fs t swell at ai __ exception.. until this year, for the cormn-
A. c. ting season Gainesville is going to have
. Th. Star hear. with sincere regret the goods that will take the money."
- *" r . .. U i" th" ioaf toihe- slls iouilh is it. M AdwU e Sun. th. _
4's, Ur. Tueer of te s s .s. rMr An3r e The Ocala f.ans are looking for-
ward to next season just as eagerly .
S.Walter Heosod has gorne to visit heas their Gainesville neighbors, and
ftt11WNM sk l deliver goods. App1 t hgm. hope that in the meantime the base-
S' goods. A him aeball managers of the two towns, and SECON1D-aAND BAGS WAJNTED
.. one or two other nearby cities, will
"The Land t tShe L Mi.ight oAfl get together and organize a central At the plant of the Florida Packing
Have ree "mes tOe now vise P and "The Romanec of a Jewe.." are state league. Baseball created an In- and Ice Co., Ocala, Pl.
11e61 typew170 er? I. C. Davis & Ca.0 the leading subjects at the Air Dome terest here this year that has never
suei*l iats. taleiht: the Art, being sketches Of been equaled In previous seasons, and Mrs. F. T. Schrleber has gone to
S.the part of the world that Arctic ex- t look as if the people are ready and Atlanta to place her daughter. Miss i .t
S Je Y. awis and Dr. R. A. Willis ploers are making taous; the other willing to support a league team. Dorothy. in the Washilgton Seminary.
dw to Holder this after e en being a very pretty and Interesting She will visit with friends a few days
,Naspct ceuvict camps. state 3e sure to see tIhe. In that city ere returning home.
B SAL-My loose:; the best Mr. Albet Owes returned yesterday New crop of garden and power h. L. Rawls. the Crystal River f sh
B it leatl In Ocala on the mar- m his vacation of a week spent in see& jUat e'V.ed. Wm. AgderOel, and oyster man. was a caller In town
a.,. Mbrs 3. 3. Potter. Jacksonville. He saild that town was druggist and seedsmas. Ocal. a. yesterday. He is preparing to shortly
growing like a house air. deliver the precious bivalves to the ..
M. 3. C. Bennett manager of the CORD WOOD FOR SALE denizens of Ocala.
Osala electric liht plant, is In Troy, Buckshot, of the Homoseassa limited, --
S Ala.. vltiag his wife and babies. will take his vagation, beginning on I will sell 400 to 500 cords of best Among the guests at the Montexu-
-- the 16th and will ride the mountains quality wood ,at Montague station for ma yesterday were Mr. S. I Fridy
SIL. C. Dalvis Co., Lf Jaclnavtlle. from Huntsville. Ala., to Richmonad. 1.5 a cord at de ')t. Address C. E. and wife and daughter, Miss Ines, of
will se sam y make of second-hand Vas and carry with Im a good supply Foigestrom. Montague, Fla. Reddick, who were here shopping.
typ*WNfss. upon eam terms if desired. ot coca-cola. -
h, ls f FOR SALE AT LAKE WEIR Miss Annie Atkinson will send1
. Mr. Wil Jee. e t hasi returned from iusan Ro. a aged Ceolored woms a One of the handsomest and best 0lo- Ocala news to the Times-Union dur- fl
IB Tpi. to Washliton and Phila- In the Blitton ti wag sevemly cted homes on the east'side of Lake inlg Mr. Kreger's absence, a position
struck an the bead. with a heavy Weir Good houses, orange grove and she is very well qualimed to AlL The U /l U li iui
M sherstick and thien her haead ismmed y pt aet land. cheap for cash. Apply r Jk B a r w
S l, hrts year agai d6er by her baltand, from to F. W. Ditto, city. Mrs. lake Brown and hmldren whot If you are terested in or are thicket
e a pr oaoeAwheh laerIes she died Sunday. He spent mos of the summer la.8^
M ftc 25e. The Ptotace Drug. Is a fit subjet for the grad jury. HAIR WORK DONE Louis with her sister and passed ev- car, there is nothing tfr the money so powerful, reliable i.
e w re ie eral weeks with her sister in Iowa at hill-climbing and sand-pulling qolltiel as he u sh. Timo '_ I, |--- .
W. J. Wl is, one of the promInent All kinds of hair work done. fatis- Shenandoah. are expected home about tive catalogues by calling on or Writing gl by "g-
Mrs. T Sistraunk and bright lit- cities of Bltelbtom, was a caller in faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212 the 10th of this month. While In "
t ag ter. Virgala, left ti after- town t North Magnola street. Iowa, M Brown attended the .
" l for Gralbat S n Ten. tauqua and had the pleasubpte- of listen'
S eon or th n, Tet, its The balam apple grown ei a pep- ICE MAN WANTED In g some of the best orators of the .. C Y-
.. m of t the beei tper bottle by the custodian of the H. countryr. among them half a dose -_-_-___ "- ",
thi a .e and pleasant a.Mrney and Master t Co. waroe oe is quite a ice wagon, deliver and collect. Apply governors. They had a meet delight- a I ..
"e from a nll bodily ll. clal i I n o -ther w phy to tCo. ty. tauqua athletic club and learned a
xhiit 6 the Commercial ank, the T rid dur number of stunts which he will take
most of which wil be displayed at the Mr. oT. Bridges during spn sum- delight in showing to his playmates -Ui m .
toty t ab mer outing. with hls on spent 'two -' on his return. -
Mr.Lois Lan.iiflsAid it iwas the most comfortable ".
S 1 s t aby and pnace he found in his travels. While Mr. J. Price.-one of the foremost W. TE
nurse wnt down to ShenllIsland thi he was at the springs. Mrs. Bridges orange growers and truckers of the I,
IM Peonm the Bum o_ -ar, the top of South mountain 'visitor in town today. He mid the -
SThe"Woman- Au r oeand the dividing line between Penn- white fly had Invaded his orange i
;" X"t. pll. r l o vely a lovely ..pot and lk --and lhat the white fly was a .RAND.MASTER I .... AYTO 3I
.-...,ant mla etl at the lovely home ofp lmban wa rns it a Spr a ndx proposition among the grow- iRAND MASTER IS C fOINe M P .
Mrs. U G- ansby yesterday afternoon. er his section.
t..CWl es CoM- bhe HN good fellows. Tulula Lode I. 0. 0O. F. expects at A .pm_ _.. t '- '
o,,the 3J. W. Hawklns. the promoter of Mayor Robe-- had before him Its next meetilpg, Tuesday eveniln cy .a driwt-.r'dsr i ~"gWg
t .Inverness, was a business caller in Syel. 14o a nisit from Mat. Geo. T. saleth asl vuisiteLf~otm C.e
tom today. He returned this noon this morning Stev, touadtree. color- Self of DeLand grand master of the 0 l. c li6li-.teelM gg .i n "
cUoI ",from Jacksonville. He was seeking a ed. a ackma, who wasorder lI Florida. TydIns.
".not carrying out his obligation to
Phaa y band saw for his novelty works. a l i Judge S. Williams, secretary of the Mr M aum o T
,- Walter Cr aurne this l a sorn l.doun.. "a w- Crate Co.. at Crystal River, was in
soon heom carri...d, where she "alled to to thr fhim s proundsad town lastn"ght and today. The bi On Fort King avenat 41
nnwet to vLakt Sir x lee uwahe, Mr. A. fa led It wasra $10 oren mills of this firm, that have been modern and convenient
,-,., weT:nt" t Sher sick uneM..A..a tM he wh enI .sa. 0-offense. closed down for several months dur- the efty. Apply to t3 t"'
..ious sad there was no hope for his Mrs. C. Stevens came in. Ing the summer, started up today ehise
IT MY TIME TO DIE ,trfT a s f e dy w ich 15 ooroUi F'R SALE-Harvard piano, nearly Jacksonville to see her ogKeatgrsldlon, C- B.. Koo.. an.helater's l VITtt '11
new,, as he Fs ofthe b. .known new: $125 easy terms. A. M. Lans- the child of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest son Bernard lft today" for seab-- comete and lottos wM1 iet d.
mot-.l "om- ford phone 328 Ocala. Rawm. to' spend several weeks, your complexion oidg ~ie
WeruseerypesonInerete i Dr. Abernethy, the great E ish Hamp Chambers, our are chlef. for lndistio i I er
we trst every peson nlatrsted physician, said: "Watch .our kidney, numbered the hydrants of the city to- We want your prescription work trouble and habituil miu m. ,.
i'; AI P N Gillll~A C/111 Is0chool work will read the partial pro- When they are affected, i is n dan day. There are 96 of them. After the and are prepared to offer you the most Clian-es the system --n i, iS ptma t
ee"dings of the educational -meeting gr." Fole- Kldney Remedy makes work is done, when a Ire occurs the skilled pharmacists and the purest of take. Sold by al
.Marew ,.pr s r held in Ja.kbonv.lle Saturday to p.o.. healthy kidneys, corrects urinary m .prty giving the alarm will tell the drugs to compound them. Tydings &
-mote th S UMse regularities, and tones up the whole number of the hydrant nearest the company. INCREASE YOUR Uifl'S
-' Masters Slebert aiqd George Davis, system. Sold by all druggists. In a ltahug grly aiding the firemen Three cents winl fan you for ten I buS Just reo*,d a l t Ot t ,
.....who had pleasant outing at Shell -- i' hours. Get one of those S-inch We.- celabatel -glas- a--bad -..
1Island for a tew days, have returned Misses Rhoda Liddon and Lalle tnahousa fans from H. W. Tucker.. electric t'ghtsi. ehes luesiM e

. ,-Bup t M Ri dd ll of the A. C. L with iishtf nl v hilt with M M ino r aun t. .. . .i -" - -,

Headquarters to Jackaonville, made a Mrs. E. A. Hickson In Lake City. are e O I
.1 -11 mId call of Inspectin In the city of the A. expected home today. l- .
C. I. property Ia company with the ~leh ea t.,ar .he M --r
-, I..L..Mbe OweM road's attorney. Mr. R. A. Burford. M o re Mrs. Remley and baby of Apopka. the
No sooner was his presence known in who have been the guests of Mrs. J VonI
t?'r-, Uh lMw to tan W"#nyn Ji Roblason had George Davis. left today for Tryon. N. VA IA I .
-A private conference with the dis- C.. to spend the fall months.
., rft @i W 7I tilgushed railroad o.iial, probably .
i reference to another Sunny Jim The SBet o ftertalnmet Froish Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnn and Are making 50. 75c
a by Wo nh e ei peiaL The more you let go out, the ed Ho Peo daughter. Miss Clara. who have been A N y
,-g ma f ta r w ntes. momB comes back and Ia Sunny Jim to spending the summer in North Caro- and $1 a day, husti- Ter Ta are: -what a ra
___ __n ____'____p___ a shtre enough ,ommereWal iancler. W P RV DAY ina. are expected to return to Ocala Boy Oght to ; "W t a T
His latest move Is to petition the R Y the last of this moth. for the K. Man Out to ow-; 'wat a T
posetof t e department to create local THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT ig* Hubtad ight to f h; "Wha0 K
i mail delivery on the early train for J. eck. the sturdy farmer in the Man bf 45 Ougt to w"; What .
Tamp. It is certal=ly a bright ide for this leveot Fellowship section, was In town yes- orocy.orl o t ,w'";What
and Sunny Jim ls promoting It for all terday and attended the meeting of a Toeieati nmaa to K W";
::., 3 -- it Is worth. LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN the veterans. WHY NOT YOU? -waT.a ..W wi *o.s"-.-':
. : M i I -Me O "what a' WoOman ot 4 OAg toi
_.. W. M. Gist, the stock man of Me- (Pull Reel) Mr. B. J. Inglis. of Btrphflglm. CALL AT ONCE Know." .
b wrm asa -I rt! e at Intesh, after Inspecting his stock Ala.. a son of Capt. John Ai Iagls of CaALL Al olhn b'a o were o C L AOa
e. t toi| t farm so th of town. returned home ROMANCE OP A JWESS Port Inglis, appeared last night be- Dent peW5, wel a~ t h
yesterday. THE HO LIRE fore the city council IS cil nation -- tas aid a wrthiet ltM a-v .
__'___ "'% T-E-HO LYFIRpywith the Copeland-lnglis comapay's time to ired, paIally
% UCRC R. Mi Ro McIntosh came up yes- PORCELAIN OF THE BEST bid for paving North Magnolia street ~lhom their title rBrs y ill
for her little sister. Maude, who has QUAIATY to our people and his mandsy s I tis and are .emmmOdaK hR OGE1
S AND OMiD WATER been suferinag Wth fever. are pleased that he secured the person. male -n fale.a W. M a
.. -- Admission 10 and 5 ents tract 2. aIw "r b2etow or e 1a '
S* A W. J. Mceftbee, who for three years medable gift to teir o r
S II I has been with the Buttgenbach Phos- De Up at 7:3S p. m. Rev. T. J. Neace came in from iAVE CURi ftPldSr. .
,_ phate Co. has left them and is now Martel last night to meet with Tulula ," "e.L B. Wr i the l he-
with the Sumner Lumber Co.. Zther. H. W. I~LckKK, PROPE-agIOK Lodge. I. 0. P.. of which he is a Wi" v pa tr It
p' fIAIn passing through town today he member. ----C=irek i l ,
tI U I U paid the 8tar an appreciated call. coinmidatio ad to
--------WU-VW- The name of the latest member to buy them for their oa a
B nThe Ocala Pressing Clubh Win Mar- the hearthstone of Mr. and Mr. S. A. es Rev. H AOa -. .
low. proprietor. la turning out the ver Rawls Jacksonville is Miss Irene An- Barnett and Rev. W. H. Clmi F.
Sfinest specimele of re-blocked and 0a U L IrWm gelia Rawls. May she live long and rA. Boe, a worty jliymar
Lm e On NOfth liM 3t cleaned hats. Bee them and then prosper. ... ng for the isistip' 5 e .r
Somasent building *a r vo nr I RESIDEIT PIATNO. h hi v6*- be
l by -es on of the pioneers TUNER one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL md wm ia a ed i Ocla.
o r mIOth. First-C of Stanton. was in the city today. He TONIC. It's guaranteed to care ma- I. Mlu
ad, L id the Stanton people will have an- Work Guaraiteed laria, chills and fever. Price 2s cents il CaLta. ea lrkcr_ POINTER DO FOR SAL
S -OOliother pilla n la few days and all of per bottle. Ask your dealer: he'll a_- A __










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WO t m a tmo anuihe at, work n Ocala. and are prepared to do all
'ion& Cm mi Work d foInadmtioe .make Cement Blocks. Cement
*rid 1* Ei. iMewac, Artfeil itoae FMnce Steoe Mantels. We make
MNtU b OR hV m 11 f or bose work, whkbe look better than brick, and
a lbaspW. WWarehou sa Cnubser on A. L. Railroad Track, North of


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We l pa pM e w SN yor orders for Omen o weekf f whatever kind.
4M-of -Meem-t W iskM-, buldiSg l W hexago d oct
Slaf s M ob f pilfi easral. We employ skilled workmen ad
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M A M and tlaMire Sti. Atlnta Os Boarding and Day School for
SyuM t aeardtu department strictly limited to ensure re.
l at. CmMlas dived Into small sections to secure personal I-
Sil SMa t y t o *htw specialists. Coneervatory advantages in Mus.
a. mrty2-1ao year begns September 9, l W. Catalogue on ap
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Then watch it closely. And above
all things don't let it suffer for any
length of time with worms-that if
fataL If tts complexion gets yellow
and pasty, if It is listless, cross or
peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu-
lence give it White's Cream Vermifuge.
The only cure that never falls and has
no bad effects. Sold by all druggists.
Great amage to Property in. San
Mig ue Valley, Cole.
Montrose, Colo., Sept. .--Report
from Telluride tell of the breaking of
Trout Lake dam, resulting in damage
along the San Miguel river valley
estimated at between $50,000 and
Saw Pit, a little mining hamlet, is
said to have been washed away by
an eighteen-foot wall of water.
The town of Placerville, It Is fear-
ed, was seriously damaged, as it is
almost on the direct line of the flood.
No loss of life is reported. Crops in
the lower valley were seriously dam-
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
safe. sure easy. gentle little Uver
pills. The original Carbollsed Witch
Hasel Salve Is DeWltt's. The name Is
plainly stamped on every box. It is
good or cuts, burns. bruises, sores.
boils and sunburn-but it Is especially
good for piles. Bold by all druggists.
NO. 14
Next regular monthly
meeting will be held
Friday evening, September 1th, at
7:20 o'clock in Tonge's HalL Visitlng
sovereigns are always welcome.
M. l. ttle C. C.
ChbasK.. hSago. Clrk.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. !S, R. A. M, on the 4th
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottleb. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
NO. -
B. P. O. B.
Meets second Tuesday

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A member oat the city council
were present lat mh eoept Mr.
J. M. Mefert. who is abset from the
A complaint was fied against the
negro pool room on the corner ppoite
Tompkins & Cobb's stable the com-
plaint alleging that it Is a rowdy and
disorderly resort, and requesting that
It be removed. Referred to police
committee with power to act.
W. P. Edwards requested peris-
slon to open a market In the Wallace
building south of the 0. K. Grocery.
as the old market was in a unsan-
itary condition. Same was granted.
Ordinance relative to backs Intro-
duced was tabled and ordinance in
reference to hack drivers introduced
and referred to the judiciary commit-1
tee. I
The usual monthly bills were or-
dered paid.
The ordinance in reference to gates
at the 8. A. L .crossing was referred
to the Judiciary committee.
On motion of Mr. Duval, the street
committee was requested to report
on the matter of whether It would be
advisable to use ol on the lime
streets. In wrltia
There were several bids submitted
for the remodeling of the city mar-
ket, by Messrs. Blanchard, Fananig,
Cooper, Bush and Phillips. Al were
rejected. Price ranged from $2,6 to
to3,e. On motion it was ordered that
the chair appoint a committee of
three to get in touch with a compe-
tent man and ascertain the approxi-
mate cost of remodeling the market.
The committee appointed Is composed
of Messrs. Stokes, Mclver and DuvaL
The bids for paving North Magnolia
street were opened. Those compet-
ing were the Copeland-Inglls C., of
Birmingham. Ala.. $1.4 per square
yard: Peninsular Egneering Co..
Jacksonville, $1.6 per square yard,
and the Logan Coal and Supply Co,
of Jacksoavllle, who bid, purposing to
use the brick n the Montesuma yard.
The Copeland-Inglis company were
awarded the contract. The city at-
torney, C. L. Sistrunk, was request
to draw up a contract for same.
Finance committee submitted its
monthly report.
The cow ordinance was read and
An amendment was made to the
fire limit ordinance, prohibiting the
erection of wooden buildings in blocks
35. 44. 45. 46, 47. 54. 5s, 57, 57, 4.. C
67, 76. 75, 43 and 58. Old Survey,
Police committee was requested to
put cots and hammocks in the city
Jail cells.
On motion, the sum of 500 was
transferred from the electric light
fund to the general fund.
SIn view of the fact that the 8. A.
Rawls Co. had been granted pemis-
sion to use the city Jail for the trans-
ferring of their prisoners and to keep
the same clean and furnish cots and
having failed to do so, privilege was
The building committee was re-
quested to have erected a nice fence
around the city park and repair the
portico to the city halL

evening in each month er s1.
until October. Visit- For further Information can on
ing brethren always welcome, wrtte F. J. Hber, C. P. & T. A.: or
Bradford Webb, Exalted Ruler. JK. Kirkl nd, D. P. A. Tampa.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary. 3 CENTS FOR 1 HOURS RUNNINQ
Many people delude themselves by How is tha t This la not an auto-
saying. "It will wear away." when mobile, but one .of those new l-eb
they notice symptoms of kidney and Westinghouse electric ans that I
bladder trouble. This is a mistake., have Just received. Let me place Oe0
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and or two of them in your bome or ea
stop the drain on the vitality. It cureso your desk. L W. Tucker, the elee-
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Reeks oa the Sothest Cest
of N-ewfemdlmad
St. Johns. N. F, Sept. a-Thrilling
scenes attended the loss of the Alien
line steamer Laurentian. bound frm
Boston for Glasgow, which pled up
on the rocks near Cape Race during a
dense fog at 6 o'clock yesterday
morning. The vessel is a total wreck,
but the fifty passengers and forty
members of the crew escaped to land,
after a trying experience.
The steamer rebounded heavily
when she struck, the shock throwing
the passengers from their berths. They
stampeded for the decks without stop-
ping to dress and for half an bbur
much excitement prevailed.
A stiff northwest wind banged the
ship aboit, and the situation became
so serious at 7 o'clock that orders
were given to put the boats over.
Twenty-five of the passengers, most-
ly women and children, were placed
in the firt boat, but unluckily the
bow tackle collapsed and several per-
sons were thrown Into the sea
Capt. Imrle had ropes thrown over
the side and those who had been Im:
merged were drawn to the dedk.
Finally six more Ilfeboats wes put
oven and the passengers transferred
to them. The seas, however, constant-
ly drenched the shipwrecked people
and it was "pnly by constant baling
that the lifeboats were kept afoat.
About It o'clock after the boats had
been adrift two hours, a boat from a
nearby fishing village was sigted.
The fishing boat piloted the life craft
to a harbor, where the passengers and
crew were cared for by the fisher
folk. A steamer has left St. Johns to
bring the shipwrecked people to this
A BURGLAR IN TOWN name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wil
steal your health away. If he appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may
mean consumption if you don'L A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25c. S0c and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
F. OP A.
The Fraternal Unlao of Amaric
meets in Yonge's Hal the second
Thursday of each moath.
R TYonge, P. M.
C. K. Sage, Secretary.
Take care of your stomach. Let Ko-
dol digest all the food you eat, for
that is what Kodol does. Every tea-
spoonful of Kodol digests 2% peamd
of food. Try It today. It Is ga a-
teed to relieve you or your money back.
Sold by all druggists.
Conventions held every MOn-
day evening in Castle HaHll
over Peyser's store. A cordia
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle. C. C.
Chas. K. Sae. K. of sad S.
IjsS -41 S-- Los Angele and fM
Francisco. on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
0MAO-Seattle. Washington. Variable
Routes and stopovers. Lmit Octo-

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