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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID03267
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMUnE 9, 1909.


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Are making 50c, 75c

&ad $1 a day, hustl-

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Grocery.

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CALL AT


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O. K. GROCERY

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AIIVE! CLURL EoprldW'.


For Sale by

T.W. TROXLER


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J. C. AIER


FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
OlC Over the Mmmuno & Cmbhliu
Book


OMALA,


FLORIDA


T11ggM., CASH


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGECN
Rooms ,9 10 and 11.
Moad Floor. Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.


L F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon

o w.r =Csre" h---
Phene 211
kOSe homre: 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 6 p. m.
TERMS: CASH.
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UII BS D. HULBBRT, I. D.
OOTmikWo PHYSICIAN AND

Oe--- eod Floor The Munroe &
Chamblles Bank Building, Ocala.
wlortda.
toIpo as-- OUe 222; Reideace.
221.
OeiM Houra-9 to 12 a m. ; 2 to 4
Lp a.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. a.


F. E. McCLANE
ayida. aid SSI.M

aemeral Practice Calaj Made Promptly
Nig;.t or Day

|pellt Attention to Obtptria. Di-
ime of Women and C9ildren
Office: Rooms 3-:2 Holder Building
second Floor; Phones, Offlee No. 333.
Reidence, No. 333.
OCALA. FLORIDA




ICE! ICE!

By x Frm Red Wagm


They say, but If you will examine
Carefully the ece which melts so rap-


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Peary Tolegrapho that the Eskimoe
Say Coek Never Went Out of
Sight of Land
Lndon. Sept. 9.-The Reuter Tel-
egraph company ban received a cable-,
gram from Lieutenant Peary, dated
Indian Harbor, Labrador. which says:
"Cook's story should not be taken
too seriously. The Eskimos who ac-
companied him may he went no dis-
tance north and not out of sight of
known land. Other men of the tribe
corroborate their statement."
Cook is Worriod
Copenhagen. Denmark, SepL 9.-
Cook. when shown Peary's statement
to the United Press attacking his
veracity, declared: "I won't degrade
myself by answering Peary's charges
until an accusation is made upon sci-
entific data." When pressed further
for a statement. Cook was silent,
although plainly perturbed. Cook's
statement is taken to mean that hel
will wait until Peary's data is scienti-
fically analyzed before formally deny-
ing the charges. Peary's message has
created the greatest sensation here.
despite the Danes' Inclination to ac-
cept Cook's claims. The charges have
already caused a wavering among
Cook's followers. On the other hand.
Cook's greatest admirers are stronger
for him than before. The greatest
scientific row In the world's history
is imminent.
Sverdrup Believes in Cook
Copenhagen. Denmark. Sept. 9.-!
"Dr. Cook is amply prepared to de-
molish Peary at the proper time. He
has scientific ammunition to riddle
every one of Peary's accusations." I
said Capt. Otto Sverdrup, the re-
nowned Arctic explorer yesterday.'
"You believe Cook has proof to es-
tablish beyond doubt his claims?" was
asked. "There Is no doubt in the
world but what Cook will yet make
Peary admit his claims." was the re-
ply.

NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me Intense
suffering." she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives in Big Pond. Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore
lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asth-
ma, croup, whooping cough and all
h.n ilal naffntionn- r.L and. 1 Trial1


'We offer Ore Hundred D,
ward for any case of catarrih
not be cured by Hall's ('.it
P. J. Ch4hen-y A
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We. the un'lrsignc,". ha
F. J. C'heney for the last 1-.
believe him twrf.ectlv honor


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to rarrv (out any colliL.,t


.,., SSUiTER COUNTY'S TRAGEDY
th:it tan-
arrh c'ure.
& Co.. Burial of Mr. and Mrs. Harder-Beville
l-,. known. Claims Shooting was Done in
ve known
vai.. andl Self-Defense
al.- i: al!
iinman::tilv Sumterville. Sept. 9.-The remains
i..n male of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Harder were


his flrm. Al:did t rest in tvie sumter'ille cern-
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Walding, Kinnan & .Marvin. (c-tr v(In eounist'u:. iuinus. ur- i u-
Wholesale Druggists. Toledto. O. feral of th.s, two old people. who were
Hall's Catarrh Cure i< tak.-n intern- killed Monday morning by their son-
ally. acting uon. the bi,.ad and mu- in-l.tw. John tville. at their home,
cous surfaces of the syst.in. Testi- one- mile east of Sumterville. was
monials s-.nt free. Price 7.;- per b,t- lar.-ly attended.
tlh. Sold by all ,iruggiit-. Take Hall's The dual tragedy is the chief topic
Family Pills for constipation.i of c ,,nv-rsativn in Sumter county.
The Harders had lived in the county
LIEUTENANT GENERAL CORBIN many y ars anti were well known.
The. Bi-villes are among the pioneers
New York. Sr-et. 9.--Lieut. Gen. H. an ti ,ast the largest family connec-
C. C'orbin. Ulnit-d Stat,-s Army, retir- ti,,n In this section. John Beville re-
ed. who was adjutant general during mains in the county jail.
the Sloanish-Ameriuan War. di-ed at About two years ago Miss Harder.
the Roats4evelt Hlosjpital here ye-.strday daughter of the man and woman
after an opelratio.n killed. was wedded to John Beville.
Lieut. Gen. <',,rhin was one of the l.,tl' wire among the mst esteemed
most distinguished slItii.rs tihe 'nit- iolol of the county and the wedding
ed States has l had since andi luring uas one of the largest attended in
the Civil War. HI-.. was barn in C'lrr- the cuntltv in many years.
mount county. Ohio. in l r-42. Aftlr uanrd. the Harders attempted
t-, influt-n)*, their daughter against
READ THIS: hI.r husihand. They desired her to
__ l..;av him :and make hrr home with
Dunnellon. hla.. S plt. 1It. 19,.9.-- tlih"n. Ab ot two months ago Mrs.
have s,oldl Ilall's T.xas V Wonder of St. I' evill'. Ir,-entvd her husband with a
Louis. Mo. fr six ryars. Ev.ry ht- girl baby. Mrs. Harder visited her
tie I s.Ill adds a customer for It. It is daughter at the time at the Beville
a genuine cure for kiln-y. blardd.r and hho" at Center Hill. Later the young
rheumatic troubles. GCo. o. innaehat. mother. with her little daughter, ac-
Merchant. fo da:y's treatment int e-ah ionmlanie her mother to the Harder
,ottle. hi,,nm.. wl re she has remained until
Sti.. time of the tragedy. In response
FRESH SEEDS t, a l ttler from his wife John Beville
Sm et he-r at ,umterville Sunday after-
We have in our fresh supply n and th. man and wife were to-


liable garden and nlwer -*t-ed for lail
planting. Tydings & C'o.

ELECTRA
Miss Emily lHalforil hias gone to her
school at <4ralhamvill'.
Miss America Pillans left last week
for her school at Tarlon Spring-.
The Electra school will pein Sep-
tember Ith. with Miss Dixi- Pillans
teache.r.
Mrs. J. A. Mors.e and Mrs. Manson
are on the sick list.
Mr. Higgans hadl the misfortune to
get his hands poisonnld.
Fever seems to he raging in this
Communityy,
Mr. Purthay has bought the Jim
Reynolds place at Moss tluff.
Mr. John IRewis has sold his place
at Moss Bluff to Mr. Sapp.l
Miss May Halford will take the
teachers' examination.


HIPPITY HOP


Ur nI a .fllIDIll lAillHI D" *t l a1-'.9
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug- Are you just barely getting around
gists. by the aid of crutches or a c.:ne? UIn-
__t tless you have lost a limb or have a
KENDRICKdeformity-if yoir trouble is rhlumna-
KEN K tism. lumbngn. splrain. stiff joints, or
e m y f s of D .anything of like nature, use Ballard'sr
The many friends of Mrs. D. C. n. i and in no ti, y,, can
Rawls will deeply sympathize with Snow Linimen andin n me ou cn
her in the untimely death of her well as anyone. Pri crutc, r and 1
brother. Clyde Aiken. who lost his life as anoneil Pri .',
by being drowned in Blue Sink last sold by l dg ao.
Sunday. OAKVALE
Mr. M. C. Livingston and family
visited Mr. Livingston's parents at W a g t f
We are glad to have s n-'h delightful
Lowell last Sunday. weather. although its very warm.
Miss Alta Grace who has been r. alth h is ry warm.
Mrs. 111 A. t'h y aInd d daughter .
spending several weeks with relatives Mihs Lonle. spent Tuesday afternoon
at Palmetto last Monday. with Mrs '.. ,mms.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turnipseed have Quite a crowd of oakvale folks at-
as their guest this week. Miss Dora tended services at WahkhtaL on the
Turnipmeed. of Ocala. fifth Sunday of August.
Mr. A. A. Olin, our efficient rail- M bs and his sistr.
road agent, tas returned from his va- Miss L.i spent last Sunday with
cation and has been checked in aAMisses Myrtle and Mllie MRavn.
agent. Mr. J. R. Norsworthy, who Misses Ruby and Sallie Anderson
has been relieving Mr. Olin, will re- spent the day in Raleigh last Tues-
turn to his old agency as Odessa. day. guests of Mrs. R. (. McRaven.
Mr. M. G. Davis, who ha been the Mr. W H. Anderson has been very
popular superintendent for the Sum- busy for the past week securing hay
ner Lumber Co. hgre since Its organ- for the coming year.
ization, has severed his connection The delightful partgive by Miss
with this firm and has. with Mr. J. yyte MeRaven at thy- home of her
W. Byrd of Thoa, Ga., r-Mystle McRaven at the home of her
W. By-rd. of Thomasvllle. Ga., pur- parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McRa% n.
chased the sawmill of Peterson & parents, r. and Mrs. J. A. McRavn,
chased the sawmill of Peterson & was greatly enjoyed by all the young
McNeal near Trilby. While we re- folks of this section. especially the
great very much to give up this esti- Dlllau although the peanuts were fine.
mable family, we wish Mr. Davis all p w although te peanuts werene.
kinds of success In his new business. A few songs were sung and several
Mr. J. J. Guthery made a business games were played. Those present
trip to Jacksonville the first of the were Mies Carrie and Mary Phin-
week. He Is also visiting -hs sister, nnc. R sy ani Sllie An person. yrtle Mc-
Mrs. VanNess at Hernando. ane. ieAnderson. M learM.
Our school opened last Monday with Rav en.P aggie Anderso. Messrs.
a good enrollment. Some are detain- Rus Phnney, ili. arl. pnnmv.
ed at home on account of sickness. and Henry A ndershn.ha, r Phinney
Miss Rae Folks Is teacher.I A PGB ,r Mi l
SMrs. C. I. Grace is on the sick list . er.
with fever this week. It Is hoped she NATURE TELLS YOU
will be out in a few days.
Mr. H. Wilson is also on the sick As Many rn Ocala Reader Knows Too
list. .... -.. Well


The many little friends or Winnie
Spencer will regret to learn that she
has been quite sick this week.
Among the ladies who went to An-
thony Wednesday to witness the ball
game between Anthony and Zuber
were Misses daud and Zula Cam-
mage. Annie Davis. Mrs. M. C. LIv-
Ingston and Mrs. Blackman.
The pindar boiling given by Mr. W.
V. Chappell Wednesday night was
well attended and greatly enjoyed.
Master Ausley Crantham after
spending a week with relatives at
Pine. returned home last Saturday.
Mr. B. A. Grantham of Pine spent
Sunday with C. I. Grace and family.

A SONG BY THE AUTHOR
OF "GLOW WORM"
Paul Lincke. the eminent German
composer, has written a song espe-
cially for the New York Sunday


When the kidneys are sltk.
Nature tells you all about it.
The- urine is .nature's" cale.alar.
Infre't|liuntt ,r to frr'ylllnlt alct inl.
Any urinary trcul tells if kidlit x
ills.
DIean's Kidney PIills cure all kidneyy
ills.
Mrs. Eliz. Ratho-rr<-p. living at 201
W Mc-t'orniilk t <;.tin. says: "I suff-reel frilmu dn(aggiin pl iii
in my back fotr .i in y'ars. 1
wa.n in ahli -t 1tlistlint inia .ry. anId
often tile I;ainl \ei.' -', ii ta'..' tlith t I
could not nlovi. a>lahut. The- -stcretiois
from Iniv kidln'-ys \-r.- ahso irr,-gi::tr
ill actinli. :i:1l e;u1 s.l u*- furtlh-l-r an-
IaIyance.' Any c-,tli always :I~-r:tc\atl-d
my trouble arIl :It f t$11 til-tis I \o014l1
suffer ".v, r'-ly. A firid I- a iilly adl-
vi~ed Intme to try IN)on'Ws Kidwlny Pill,
and I ,lid -o' ThI' tir-t fw\v tlo'.as of
this rn-eeilvy :\gave iio rlie-f. :andl whi, n
I h:ad ul- n' their contt< itt f ,ii-, hbox the-.
paitis. hlitl i!i-.iaip ':tr. .. tiil lt k rkid yvs


oi-e ma>r,- a tl ii i t n'rmtal miuruln.r'r


i, their at the Sumterviile cemetery
with many others at a Woodman un-
v-iling, enjoying a buggy ride about
thi. country afterward. It is stated
That there was trouble that evening
;at the Hardetr home between the
SyounK rman and Mr. and Mrs. Harder
and thl ir son, Kurt Harder. who with
Mrs.. l:.ville. is all the surviving kin
thl,- dlea] people have in Sumter coun-


Mrs. Seville's Story
Mrs. heville came to town alone
yesterday morning and asked to see
the sheriff in his private office. She
told him her husband had gone to
the home of her parents, where she
was staying and said she must return
home with him. This demand was re-
fused by Mr. and Mrs. Harder, her
iparnts, and then a quarrel ensued.
She said her husband opened fire


DOeTOR R MISTM R
Are said often to be buried sx feet undes
ground. But many times women call oa
their family physicians, suffering, as they
imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from
heart disease, another from liver or kid-
ney disease, aoter from nervous pro.
tration, another with pain here and there,
and in this way they present alike to
themselves and their easygoing or over-
busy doctor, separate diseases for which
he, assuming them to be such, prescribe
his pills and potles. In reality,they ae
all only symptoms caused by some ater
disease. The h elan, rnt of the
cfiuse of suffering. p upm treatment
until large bills are m e. T ering
patient gets no bettetJmtJ. a th
wrong treatment, but probably worlr.,
muer mndjeine like Pir a amrnrt
Prescrution. directed to th aa.A WU


hv tIrel removed he dlse thawe
by alIng alLose'e gsymap-
toms, and instituting comfort Instead of
prolonged misery. It has bees well saM,
that "a disease known Is half cured.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to woman's delica system
It Is made of native American medi
roots and is perfectly harmless Inlt
Cects in T Ia ca oriturnfor&JCI
A a powerful Invigorating teoni "F
vorite Prescription' impart strength to
the whole system and to the organs di
tinctly feminine in particular. For over
worked. "wornut." run-down," debill
stated teachers. milliners dressmakers,
seamstresses. "sho -girls, house-keepers,
nursing mother, and fenble women gen-
erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the greatest earthly boon being un-
equaled as an appetizing cordial sad r
storative tonic.
As a soothing and strengthening Ner
Inn "Favorite descriptionn' is unequaled
and is invaluable in allaying and sub
doing nervous excitability, Irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, sa St. Vitus's
dance, and other string, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon
functional and organ disease of the
uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Inviate
the stomach, river and bowelt O
threm aado aaS to takealaa -.


THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN


ICE


urlr co' hy our new process is froz-
en at a temlierature of eight to ten
dlerea.'s above zero. is as clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
iuarante,. it to last longer.
BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
And Not be Disappointed in Service
And Quality


ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Slsters of St. Joseph. Toag
P.oys from S to 14 years Received. Car fully Trained along PhysicaL Intel-
lectual. Moral and SKoial Lines. Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimliaf
Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolr ooms. Dormitoriesk Dining Hal ad
Recreation Roor..a.
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SLPERIOR.
St. Josepl's Academy, Loretto, Florida
FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH


BEAUTIFY


YOUR LA


Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the I

Latest Methods


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We have Just received one of the famo I
Lwnu Mower Grinders, a machine epemotly .
for the purpose of grinding Lawn- Mo'w, WS,':W,
does the work perfectly. If you will faver W
your patronage, we guarantee to give ypu k 1eb
Mower iu better condition than the day pyoa bs*t
it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp logthmB .i
old style way, which is usually done by- fia:l
S rienced workman with a file or an emery wheel.


b Next Utim ywur ower e a -
bring It l xor rolfy ,s, am we i

make It cut so nitely it wmill s pibe yr


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with his shotgun first on Mrs. Harder.
who was shot through the head, dy-
ing instantly, and then on Mr. Hard-
er. the load entering the neck and
head of the old man. Beville fired at
Mrs. Beville, evidently intending to
make a complete job of it. The load
passed through her dress. She fled
from the house and hid until Beville
left the place, which he did after mak-
ing a short search for his wife. She
then made her way to town.
Did Not Fire at His Wife
John Beville denies having shot at
his wife. In her grief at witnessing
the bloody tragedy in which both her
parents lost their lives. Mrs. Beville
continuously threw herself between
her husband and her parents, some
of the small shot penetrating a Kpor-
tion of her dress.


AUTO FOR SALE


A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.

TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center. N. Y.. C.. I. Burhanti.
writes: "About four years ago I wrotl
you that I had been entir-ly cur il a
kidney trouble by taking two bottl-s
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. So:d
by all druggists.

LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your in-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.

TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. You can t
have good health if vour liver is not
doing its duty-slow but sure poison-
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's H.irbine
makes a perfectly healthy liv<-r-
k'eeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. Sold by all druggists.

"WOODMAR--FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbing: running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAG ,--Furnishe 1;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To re-nt on Octberr
1. for the winter: furnished; running
water: modern plumbing: acetylene
gas. 2.5 per month.
David S. Woolrow.
Holder BlhwKk. (cala. Fla.

BIDS WANTED FOR
HANDLING SCHOOL BOOKS


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lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health esdl-
tions; fine gymnasium, athletic elds. boating, tennis courts, golf lbs;
baseball, football and basketball teams champions 6f Florida J UI '
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment; ezpensles mel atea;
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. IMS


p jNWINf OA fl ~FUNERAL OF MR. CYLNE Disciples of Christ, began life as a
lV NI NG ST Z ---separate organization. In the eighty
The remains of Mr. Clyne. father of years they have grown to 1,400,0
Mrs. F. E. MeClane, were Interred members and have missions in all
C. L WMIw da I IL C n, this morning In Greenwood cemetery. parts of the world. And last year ex-
11et ai d 4 M8 h A The religious exercises were held in' pended 1.500,000 on missions and
---- the Mvlver & MacKay undertaking this year will expend two million dol-
C. L U T.IM'IK ar chapel and Rev. H. E. Gabby offilclat- lars in missions and benevolence.
ed. He read with great Impressive-
I L g CA LL -- I Manage ness the Kth Psalm, detailing the life CITRA
S of man, ending with a prayer. The
remains -were then conveyed to the Program of the Play Given Friday
ANDREW J. lTURER cemetery. Messrs. G. W. Martin. C. E- Evening, September 3
Simmons. W. O. Knight C. Carmi-1
The d new reached Ocata by wire chael. C. L Bittinger and Mr. Ten- Violin music-Mr. J. L. Sparr and
this morning that Mr. Anrew J. Tur- eycke acting as pall bearers. Quite a .ctt
ar, of iake Mlxteen. eda at midnight number of the members of the Baptist RA station. "The Boy Who wis
last Might andm hi fm ega would take church were present at the funeral Afrai to De-Ethel Borland.
pace at 3 p. today at t. Johns and the floral tribute was beautiful. Loe RLovsa ldSweet Song"--
\church. Coo > Plant pi tf otoLouise Borland,
Mcr.CoUon lab YOt f Recitation, "Katrina's Visit to Now
Mr. Td had was abit ar w le York"-Mervin Ray.
ait h s a. le p as 0er t The rest of the program was taken
l Ami r m one or ti. HeW a Ieeful up in acting popular books. First was:
attlre railserI e mm euntl He "'Vanity Fair"--Una Redditt.
Sina'ata, fd a. HCo- "'The Woman in 'Whit&"-Mary
ws a CrIly man, a 0 mas a cwhom- Kunze.
Ao meta an "t ue rla, I called Rack"*-CGldite McAllister
to meet at all time a er all cir- and John Wyckoff.
eunstance was a pware. "The Four Feathers"-May Redditt.
He leaves a widow ad son. Mr. "The ('hoir Invisible"-Seven girls
Joseph Turner, who for sera year DON'T NEED GLASSES in chorus
has occupied asd cUta the hom Many people do no' need glasses but '-Under Two Flags"-Hulda Kunze.
place, and hasJ laet le o nmoo t people do. "A Study in Scarlet"-Dollie Rowell.
this and sneshbornLg M mts who You may be one of the majority. "The Man on the Box"-Allison
will hear with sincere ret of his There are two ways of Ending out. Wartmann
dethd One-await for time and disease to "The Three Sisters"-The Misses
The life he lived WaS a good nd drive you to It. Redditt.
pre one. Hs example will be of Two-C-onsult us about It. Little Women"-Four little girls.
whae to the yong mn h ectn We Cao Tell You whether or not you "A How of Orange Ribbon"-Ade-
who swe hbi workv ed timl for he1m ned these. DI D. M. ONEY, a13ide Harrison.
eltis he lived a stimlsu for them Eyesight Specialist, ''The One Woman"-Appe Redditt.
to do llhkewae. He was a ember of Ocala, FIL. Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush"-Or-
the Baptist church Ad for yearn a Office hour: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 ville Ray and Ethel Borland.
faithful attendant to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- "Joe's Boy"--Appie Redditt and
Oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. several boys.
REV. T. J. PHILLIPS Last but not least, came "The Rev-
--- STANDING EXAMINATION cries of a Bachelor." which was car-
Rev. T. J. PblPllI, a member of the -ried out with much grace. The first
Florida conference M. E. church. The following white teachers are was school days. led by Sophie Red-
outh, died on Wedneday afternoon standing examination before Mr. ditt, Kathleen Wyckoff. Willie Har-
at the residewe of ho aMn, Col. H. Isaac Stevens. chairman of the board risen and Dollie Rowell and Ethel
Phllllps. In Tampa. Mr. PMlllp was of public Instruction: Borland. Miss Louise came next and
nearly C7 years old and had been for Harry Shaw. Island Grove; Earl C. played a pretty part with the bach-
35 years a member of the 'orida con- Boyd, Anthony; D. Gary Beck,. Cot- elor, who was Mr. Harry Muller.
ferenee. He was we known throgh- tage Hill; Miss Edith Mcllwalne, Early friendship was then represent-
out the state and was a very faithful Anthony: Miss Farra and Miss Phil- ed by Miss Adelaide Harrison and
ad successful minister. He leave a lips, Mcntosh; Miss Maxie Fort, little James Melton. Next came May
wife and even children to mourn his Lynne: Miss Ethel Stanaland; Miss Redditt. who also remembered the
death. One of hisa son. Col. H. S. Pearl Kelsey. Stanton; Miss Florence bachelor. College days were then
PhbUps. of Tampa, i tate's attorney ork. Orange Lake; Miss Halford, represented by Miss Appie Redditt.
for that district. At the time of his Electra. who did it with much grace. These
death, Mr. Phillips was pastor of the Colored Teachers all marched slowly while "Meditation"
Dushnell circuit in the Oal ditrcte
Tu nellr will t e tomsrow. Marion Bonner. Summerfleld; The- was beautifully played by Miss Mer-
at Lie Oak. Rev. T. 1.' onl. who resa Crowell, Silver Springs; E. W. vin Ray. Then came the bride, whose
wra Mr. Phiip' pre dig elder, left Daily. Berlin; Mittle M. Davis. Violet part was taken by Miss May Bor-
today to attend the flal Eichelberger. Ocala: Virginia Howard. land and never before did she look
today to attend the erFlemington Rosa V. Harvey. Ocala; lovller, as the bachelor met the bride
Mr. RIddell, general superintendent Fannie Menchan, Dunnellon; Lavina and they marched down. Miss Ray
of the A. C. L Railwa, who spent a Mazon, Pearl McBride, Hattle Me- played Mendelssohn's wedding march.
day in Ocala this week aid to a tar Duffe, Etta McTier, Ocala; Kate L and never did this couple look as
man that business over hbi system and Riley, Reddick; Daisy Simmons, An- happy as they did then. The look was
the state In general was improving. than: Josephine Williams, MarteL readily guessed by the audience, as
He said a great deal of lumber was Messrs. Blltch and Grantham of the were all the rest and we sincerely
behng shipped, but the toonn of board of public Instruction, have hope all were pleased. Cream and
naval stores was rather light. a the charge of the examination. cake were the9 served and a neat sum
of bes had retrof money was realized, which will go
eat of boxes had been restricted, a
very sensible move on the part of the ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY to the Methodist parsonage.
factors. He looked forward to an Im- Miss na Thornton of Clear-
mense orange season and one of the At a meeting held at Buffalo, Aug. water, is here as the guest of Mrs. J.
et vseass for fall truck In the his- 17. 1809. consisting of persons of dif- N. Malphurs. This is her first visit
'tory of the state. AM In all, business ferent religious denominations; most since she moved about three years
In Florida In traiuportation circles of them in an unsettled state as to a ago.
is euceptiltally good. fixed gospel ministry; it was unani- Mrs. J. W. Melton and son went to
mously agreed, upon the considera- Ocala Wednesday.
There is much of local Interest in tions. and for the purpose herein after Dr. J. N Reddick is here now. He
the omntactors who will lay the vit- declared, to form themselves into a leaves soon for Atlanta to begin his
riled brick paving'on North Magno- religious association, designated as studies.
la street Mr. Inglis, of the Copeland- above-which they accordingly did, Miss Aplie Redditt went over to
Ingis company, is a aon-In-law of and appointed twenty-one& of their Reddick Saturday. where she begun
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Uivngston, hav- number to meet and confer together: hoolMonday and reports the school
ing married their daughter, Miss Kate. and with the assistance of Mr. opening with an enrollment of 65.
a universal favorite when she lived in Thomas Campbell. minister of the Miss Ray left Monday night for
Oeala. The contract has been made gospel, to determine upon the proper Staunton, Va. She was accompanied
at close figure for the city and the means to carry into effect the import- by her father and brother, who will
peo~t can rest assred that the very ant ends of their association: the re- visit Richmond, Washington and New-
best value will be given. surt of which conference was the fol- port before returning.
lowing declaration and address, agreed Mr. W. J. Crosby and familv have
* Surveyor J. R. Moorhead Is estab- upon and ordered to be printed at the returned home from Glen Springs. S.
Ushang the grade for the extension of expence and for the benefit of the so- hi
the pvilng of North Magnolla street. ciety. 8tptember 7., 1809. Mr. A. C. White went down to Ocala
The following is an extract from Tuesday.
Mr. Port Leavengood has returned the document: Capt. R. A. Isey of Branford spent
from his visit to Live Oak and Jack- "We are persuaded that it is high a few days here this w.k. looking
sovlle, and Mrs. Leaveslood, who time for us not only to think, but also after his Interests.
ha been visiting friends In the for- to act for ourselves; to see with our isitd hr cousins here this week.
mer city, accompanied .him home. own eyes. and to take all our meas-
Mr. Martin of Jacksonville was here
urea direct from the divine standard;
The heavy rails on the A. C. L. are to this alone we feel ourselves divine- a few days last week.
being laid from the S. A. L. crossing ly bound to be conformed, as by this Miss Jula Tilman was called sud-
to the north end of the A. C. L. alone we may be judged. We are also denly to Rochelle Monday on account
of the death of her niece at that place.
freight depot, Including frogs and persuaded that as no man can be Mr. R. M. mith of Onala visit pa
switches. Judged for his brother, so no man can r Smth of visited
judge hia brother, but that every man his aunt. Mrs. J. W ( ro.hv a few
The grading on the S. A. L exten- must be allowed to judge for himself. days last week.
sion from Early Bird toward Dunnel- as every man must bear his own Mrs. Harry eareus and childrt n of
lon has reached south beyond the A. judgment, must give an account of Live C. L. The heavy ralns and high wit- himself to God. We are also of the Parus' parents. Mr. and Mrs D
ers have-temporarily restricted the opinion that as the divine work is Barcus.


grading along the Withlacoochee riv- equally binding upon all, so all lie P ,ase "ind your p
er. Lanter. of Bartow. is grading the under an equal obligation to be bound by starting te oirst a le araph
early Bird action. whjle Anderson. of by it and it alone: and not by any ther frtm the edge of te a littl fa
Dunnellon, Ia working near that citv. human interpretation of it. and thather fr thf the sht than
the remainder of your Ietter. Tylpo.
therefore no man has a right to judge th rmaid ttr. Ty
Hon. W. J. Epperson of Bronson, his brother, except in so far as he
who has bee in the city for several manifestly violates the siri ofthe IT SAVED HIS LEG
days, returned home this morning, law. ... Our desire, therefore, for "All thought I'd lose my leg." writes
S While her e be was the guest of hit ourselves and our brethren would be J. A. Swenson. Watertown, Wis.. "Ten
atlter.-Mrs. R. H. Barnett, W. D. Carn, that. rejecting human opinions and years of eczema, that 15 doctors coul-d
his colleague in the legislature and the invention of men as of any an- not cure. had at last laid me up. Thein
his cousin, A. P. Glnmore. Mr. Ep- thority, or as having any place in the Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
person made a record in his campaign church of God. we might forever cease and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
for the legislature. He beat four from further contentions about such eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores.
competitors and carried every pre- things, returning to and holding fast burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25e at
delct but Williston and his career at by the original standard, taking the all druggists.
Tallahassee was equally marked. divine word along for our rule, the
Holy Spirit for our teaching and VALUABLE BOOKS
Mr. Reagan, who has succeeded Mr. guide, to lead us all into all truth, and
Robert Taylor as commercial agent Christ alone as the exhibit in the They Should be in Every Household.
for the A. C. L, has moved to Ocala word. for our salvation that, by so Are Highly Recommended
and will make this his headquarters, doing, we may be at peace among Their Titles are: "What a Young
taking the offices used by Mr. Tay- durselves, follow peace with all men Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Im ti the second story of the passen- and holiness, without which no man Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
gr depot building. Mr. Reagan is a shall see God." Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
very popular young man and will do Twenty years after the document Man of 45 Ought to Know": "What a
good work In this capacity for the was issued the Christian church or Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
system. -'- ____- a Young Woman Ought to Know";
The ditor of the tr as ad "What a Young Wife l(ught to Know";
he editor of the Star lu o "'What a Woman of 45 Ought to,
many requests to continue the letters Know."
reatng to his late trip to the Pacific Thesebooks were written by emi-
Coast and bring them up to the end nent persons, well qualified for the
of bin Journey, that if he can pull task and are worthy of any one's
himself together he will do so next time to read, especially persons to
weel whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and its sacred func-
Miu aennle Cookt onae of the popu- tions and are commended by noted
lar salesladies at Jake Kline's store, I persons. male and female. No parent
on the sick list with fever. can bestow a worthier or more com-
Ss mendable gift to their daughter or
The sate association of the Allen son.
Christian rndeavor League. colored. Rev. L. B. Warren. the former be-
b n its meeting this morning In loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
Mt. Zion A. U. E. church. church has given these works highest
bs... ua. .--., -. .. ^'-commendation and urges parents to
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EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION
Following is a synopsis of the pro-
cv'tdings of the educational conven-
tion h.-ld in Jacksonville last Satur-
day. for the purpose of promoting ag-
ricultural training:
Ha.sic purpos-: (;en.'ral awakening
of the I4,-ople in public education.
Fundantmntal thesis: Making the
Swhliol the center of gravity of com-
munity life. How? School improve-
ment association, .literary societies.
beautifying the grounds, agricultural
and economic studies and school li-
Iarari,.s.
Thl: high school: Its necessity "Poor
man's college." Its value, educating
the teachers for rural schools. Its
equipment. its place in the system-
connecting link.
No- les than one high school for
each county in the state.
Tiained teachers, longer school
terms. and efficient supervision of
schools.
Constitutional amendment of 1 mill
tax to provide aid for high schools.
rural gr:l.ed and states institutions.
tnificatilon of city schools.
Establishment of departments of


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Coenaatot and Brdet.

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pmon Request.
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manual training. domestic science.
business and agriculture.
Equipment of laboratory and library
Expert supervision of city schools.
The plan of procedure outlined by
Prof. Lynch was as follows:
Divide the state into not less than
seve-\nty districts. In each district
have a rally. The place selected
should be geographically and in point
of accessibility the best in the dis-
trict. Advertise widely the rally six
weeks before it is held. Enlist the in-
fluence, of a/number of the most in-
fluential men in the district in behalf
of the movement.
Designate a local school teacher.
county board member, county super-
inttndent. editor of paper, and two
large taxpayers to make talks, give
them subjects if necessary.
Have. if convenient, a round-table
meeting at the close of the general
meeting, with ten or more of the lead-
ing business men and farmers. The
object is to fill them full of personal
interest and make them conscious of
the-ir responsibility in the work.
organize the ladies in school im-
prove-ment associations. Hold meet-
ings in or near a school house.
Prominent among those who took an
a'ilive pJart in the discussions were
Hon. W. B. C'larkson. of Jacksonville:
Hon. W. R. O'Neal. of Orlando;
County Superintendent J. -H. Brin-
son. of Ocala; Eppes. Tallahassee; R.
E. Hall: Miami; R. L. Turner. Inver-
ne-ss. and Hon. L. W. Kickllghter.
Bradford county.
Interesting addresses were made by
Dr. Tribble. of Columbia college;
Judge A. 0. Wright. judge of the mu-
nicipal court of Jacksonville, and Sec-
retary H. H. Richardson of the Jack-
sonville Board of Trade.
The following committee was ap-
pointed to appear before the Jack-
sonville Board of Trade this week.
and ask the cooperation of that body
in the campaign: Hon. W. M. Hollo-
way. Hon. W. B. Clarkson and Capt.
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Our Mr. Haycraft has bought our splendid line of handsome and stylish
fall millinery and the new goods are arriving daily. We have an especially
pretty line of imported and domestic trimmed hats in the most beautiful
shapes. Also all styles and a groat range of prices in untrimmed shapes.
Our stock of plumes,. boomht early before the recent advance in price, will
be the finest ever shown here. Also the new style willow plumes, the new-
eat thing. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all
kinds. Mrs. II:iyet:ft -lpet thre-c. w-eeks in the markets of the east study-
Ing the styles and making the, seloc!tions in person and we feel safe In say-
Ing we have this fall just what the' p ,ople of Ocala and Marion county will
appreciate. Come in and see the" new goods.



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The public demonstration of the working of the Burglar
Alarm System, installed by the Electric Protection Company
of Minneapolis, Mini., in our bank, hua taken place, and
we wih to thank our patrons and friendly for the interest
they have manifested i tli up-to-date improvement.


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OCALA OCCURRENCES


My line of elegant new Fall Millinery,
embracing liats, both trimmed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings of all kinds, Rib-
hors, Flowers, Feathers, Veilings and
ornamentW, is coming in every day.
Formal announcement of the opening
of the new all goods will be made in a
short time.


We' want your
and iare'. r.|par;trld to4
skil l. Ilphro :ar elo its
drugs t ,',nlpound
c-aonl aniy.


ir's'cr l itI.on w o ork
offer yov th-lilam4ist
:iuifl th~e h1ozttes a
the-un. Tydhiogs &,


.Ml in town today. thl' g st of .MIss
Ade le' ittinu-er. Miss ,Maggiei Is get-
llng rea;ldy to go too n:iandolliph-lM:tio'ml
'alle g.- ;iat L. tnch-l burg. V'... ne-xt we-e-k

Three c.-nis will fan youe t rr ten
hours. (;Gt one ,f those ?-inch W'vs-
tinCgh,,i.- f:ins from II. W. Tuk.er.

.M-s~sr <~;nnmlle' ;ind .11 (aines. two
leading Itlusio.e.ss nmen of \Wildwiood.
vwe'r' blisill-e.s c:lllo rs tiloit ;and palld
the St;' a ;n ;il lor','i.tt-dl visit.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hlair Tonle,
at the c'iurt Pharmacy.

M1ss1 (;,,,. Itn .,K..:n \,:i t1,l' h, -
te'ss of a -vv-ry pble;asiiat bridget ipartv
y.-st'.rl;ay ;aftefllrn,,n iin cmj'plim,'nt to
her sist.r.. Mrs. '. V. Mllelr cof Jack-
SonvIllh.
Mr. l.uls. Iing who we'tnt with his
foiily t, 4'r.-tal Riv.'r y.'st,'rdlay.
where, th,.y have a c'tagm e on fShe-ll
Islh nl. \ -nt eluiiipl.'l for catchinst
sharks. He hal all kinds tof hrtvy
fishing t;''kle'. chains anid elo.o*riallv
made' ste*'l hooks .ani het expects to
Intlnd s-verral l ;andl 12-fo.>t,,rs.


There is no zame law aalin.t any
;one hunting for PLANK'S CHILIL
TONIC. It's guarante-ed toi cur,' ma-
laria. chills and fever. Price 2' c.nt<
per bottle. Ask your dt. aer: h. "11
probably know.


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F. U. of A. meets this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening
Filing c ases at the- ,-.. a N, \ C'o
"Waukesha" Ginger .\!- at P.Il:.tird'
POR RENT-A large pastur.-, l,4z,:
SIn. Arlp til l A officee.
C:all anindl ,-. the. n. w hbook ?. t.'-
the Ocala \s 'o.
The M>,nttro-umia lhad flrt%-,-isrht ir-
riv!: y.-. t e-rdh. y.

ln::thing capls just rec.-.ived at the-
(',ourt Pharnmacv.
Ponn F::iy.,,r waz in t*wn t.,,lay fruni
thi. L,'v-ll plantation.
Fr-dl Do)iuil-. : n,-gr, chi-k.en
thief :is in limnii anwiting i hl,.:ring

Juilt-e [l,-I i ul ,, <'i- rnm trri:iag, li-
(e-ns*. totlay to a coIl-.ii-l A .upl,..
I' R.fn Richardso n ,of H-lmo,.asspa.
'm.s ;1a (t,,r t,,o the' city .ye.'sterdalv.
This it the last Thursday half-
holiday fo the season in Ocala.
Phone t foirt Pharmacy. W'
s'-'" for, j ind deliver your Ire'-
pcript l ptly.
Miss MaFAanders. aft.r a serious
illnesss. Is u ~again. Dr F. C. Mc-
c'larn.' in attending her.
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly o'cuplid lby Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
Mrs. Galh McRae.. who has be-en
qtlite sick. is nup an'l ahout again. Dr.
Hulbsrt i: administering to her.
R. C'. Davis & <*.. or T Jacksonvillp.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.
Mr. Donald Schriceb.r wiill leave. Sat-
otrdla:y for Exet-r. N II. to rs.ume his
studies at Phillip's Academy.
FOR SALE-Harvardl loiano. n-.arly
new : 1' : l. A.. .1. I..an;-
ford. ]ihotn .' 3"_. I (ca!:>.

Mrs. I,. r.. .;indels and. dlaulhtt.r.
of I:rook-.ville'. ari* the guorsty o f Mr.s.
Britt Sanders. this city.
Do not forget tnat you can find any-
thing you want in crc'okery and glasw-
ware at the Ocala News (Co.
J. R. Pulllam. the vigilant deputy
sheriff of Reddlek. was a caller in th
city today.

WANTED-A good young man to
take orders and deliver goods. Apply
tit the. star office.
Wh\y snond your son or daughter to
co-llg,. lot of the state? Sre Stetson
announcement. iag.c .1.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
general agents.
Fall term at Stetson I'niversity. Doe-
Iland. Fla.. opens Se'lpt'ml'br 29th.
S'nrd for <'ataloguer and hook of views.
PFR SALE-My house, : the b.st
corner locntion in Oc)'ala on the' nmar-
ket. Address 11. J. Potter.
R. C. Davis & fo.. of Jacksonville.
will s-ll any make of second-hand
typewriter. Ulon e.a.sy terms if desired.

Major J.. C'. 4'r.-.ws. tr;tveling repr-..
sentative <,r th,. Times-'nion. wn:s a
gu-':t of thi. Mont*,xlm:n ye'st,'rl:>y..
If the glare of the sun hurts youri
pyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25e. Tihe, Postoffice, Irug -
store.
Mr. J K. 4'lriiNtii:.in. of M-lnto"il is
in town tlly. t;akinu :; lohk at tif
T ;,|lot i ;r,.o.rr in \vhich he is In-
t.'re ted.


NEW PClTURES EVERY
THREE FULL REELS EACH


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Program for this Evennlg
THE PLANTER'S WIPE


(Full Reel)
JUSTICE OR MERCY

A\ ;t'EST' PREDICAMENT
HotISF. SH)W AT OLYMPIA
THREE SPORTSMEN AND A HAT
BROWN'S FISHING EXC'RSI4P cN
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information


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. Yon pay
no more for it than other


I
WHAT THE BRUSH AUTOMOBILE
IS DOING I
At Minneapolis on September 1st. a
little Brush runabout a stock car just
like Mr. Hill was demonstrating in
<,'..laa a f-w day.- since. won th- Gregg
tro,,,hy fr runabouts under a thou-
.*;tnl 1l,!lar-. The little car made a
l.erf..ct road and technical score.
In th Little ;liJldd-ni ftve-day tour.
.lMin-,,li.s t., F.argo and return, the
it!:.' rrush runalwout. driven by D. W.
Kmin.. %a- the only- car in its class
t:at ad.- .a p-.rf,-(t score.
R. R. Carroll.
A.\,r.t in Maii.,n ('o. for the PMush.
FOUNDATION IS BEING LAID
.Ml.-' }.:' f-,r...- ,f hands buv- at the opw-ra
ihlm.. site anid are making headway
Sijth the work. The foundations are
:.eiig !aid. or rather poured, for it is
*,t ,.nt rte-t. poured into moulds and
.h.e 'iak .vtill procee,-d very rapidly. -
Th.- h.ove- mlade a fine showing for a


Ev.


cry pound of it guaran.
teed to Ib the best that
can be made from soft


winter wheat.
clusively by


Sold ex-


GEAPOT

GROCERY


\.--k'- time-.

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
A fr'v--ias--eng-er automobile, twn-
lirnl.-r. c-hain drive-. in tirst-class
,c-,lliti..n and everything complete, fr
sal.- (chtap for .ash. Apply to C. It
T clings.

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have just received a lot of the
e;,o.brat,-d Halophane glass shades for
Pl-ectric lights. These shades Increase
vour light power r per cent. Try
them. H. \V. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
POINTER DOG FOR SALE
A well trained. thoroughly broke.
pointer ola. for sale. cheap. Apply at
sj; We'st IBroadway. Ocala, F la.
SEC NI-HANI) RAGS WANiTED
At the plant of the Florida Packing
and Ice Co.. Ocala. Fla.



CASTOR IA
Por InfantS sad Clildrek


Bears the
Signature f

SEEIR
New crop of garden and flower
seeds just received. Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.

CORD WOOD FOR SALE
I will sell 400 to 510 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
$1..o a cord at del it. Address C. E.
FPgle-trom, Montague, Fla.

FOR SALE AT LAKE WEIR
One of the handsomest and best lo-
cated homes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove and
p int yof land: cheap for cash. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, city.
HAIR WORK DONE
All kinds of hair work done. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212
North Magnolia street.

ICE MAN WANTED
Wanted, an engertic man to drive
I1e wagon. deliver and collect. Apply
to FIloi, la Packing & Ice Co., city.
KENTUCKY HuRSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bhred horses at my place at Evinston.
lVl... 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
;itm in position to save money to pur-
'c:hasers of gmod horses. Address. I,.
II. Willis, Jr.. Evinston. Fla.

THE BEST PROTECTION
Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in Ocala. A telephone, Is better
than insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you Inet-dl quick .action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
R.esoideiwce rates, $6 lier quarter in ad-
vance.. (,-ala Telephone Co.

PIANO TUNING
Ten years experrvnce. References,
any music teacher, In Ocala. any)
mulic li,,ouse In Jacksonville. 'Phone
32' A. M. TL~nsford. city. I-R-tf



THE AIR DOME


Moving Pictures

and Music.

The Heut of Emterralament Firlib.
ed by Home Peodle


Tulu!a I mlgo No. 2S
I. C. O. F. meets etv-
,fry Tuef-day .-v-ening
in Yongo's Hall. \Viiting brothers al-
ways welcome..
W. L Colbert. N. G.
M. M. Little. Srtary.
S A OCALA AERIE


NO. 1814 F. 0. E.


REITZ'S NEW IRAIIB


High grade Flour.


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Dr. Walter Hood and wife were
unable to attend the funeral of Mr.
Andrew J. Turner at St. Johns
church this afternoon, which was
deeply regretted as the deceased
was an uncle of Mrs. Hood.

Frank Turner, of Bradley Pond.
the inventor of the new turpentine
cup, went out to see ,walter Ray at
Martel about securing a lot for his
farm. Frank has a good thing the
operators are only beginning to find
it out.
H., II. Abrams of Tampa. was in
town today representing the Tampa
Board of Trade. which proposes to
do great things, not only for Tam-
pa. but the rest of the state and is
asking for memberships from other
places in the state. Memberships
fees $30 a year. Boost Tampa and
Tampa will boost you. We like the
progressive. state-wide spirit the
new Tampa Board of Trade assumes.
This is a cooperative spirit that
wins the world, and why not apply
it at home?
Fred Hall. the Eastlake orange
grower, was in town today. While
her' he had a dispatch from the
cloth factory he used to be salesman
for. asking him to come back. lie
seems to like Florida too well to
beat around in the cold north.
Mr. Britt Sanders. who has been
making a business visit to Chicago
and his old college at Auburn. Ala..
returned home today.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Robins~nville, Del., wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if 1 dil not
have consumption, it was near to it.
I commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar, and It stopped my oughh, nnd
now I am entirely w-1,. and have
gained tweonty-eight pounds, all due to
stood results from taking Foley's
Ileney and Tar." Sold by all drug-
gists.

-AN BARGAINS
An .ight-inch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents w.~rth of elde-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
S.'e them at once. II. W. Tucker. the
*lectrical supply man.

A BURGLAR IN TOWN
s name Is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any m old or silv-r lnut lt- wi.l
steal your health away. If he, appears
in vour house arr-est him at one. with
Itallard's Horehound Syrup, it may
mn.an consumption if you don't. A cure.
for all coughs, colds :andl chest trou-
bles. Price 2'., .75.e and $1 lper bot tl,'.
Sold by all druggists.
F. U. OF A.
The Fraternal Union of America
meets in Yonge's Hall the second
Thursday of each month.
R. E. Yonge, F. M.
(. K. Sage. Secretary.

)FORT KING CAMP
NO. 14
Next regular monthly
meeting will be held
Friday evening. Septemlwer 10th. at
7:30 o'clock in Yonie's IHall. Visiting
- M. M. Little. C. C'.
Ch.as K. Snge. (Clrk

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
(',inventions held e.very Mn-
day evening in Castle Hall,
over P'e-ysr r' store. A cordial
Wel tome to vi citing knights.
Sidney Haile. ('. C.
('has. K. Sage. K of R. and S.
S. 'ALA LOIIGE
NO. 86
n. P. O. E.
.Mt'ts sq-e,,ond Tu, '.1ay
e.ning in each minth
until n >tt>l r. Visit-
ing brethrien alwav.ys we'l.ime.
P.radfrnl Wl, -b. Ex:it.d Rul,'r.
Stephen J \vett. Secretary.
I. O. O. F.


IcIVER &


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FUNERAL DIREufOIbZ

Undertakers ad Embalmes


D. E. Mclver


Alfred E. OweC


Undertakers.


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Has Leased Track Privilege frem
the Seaboard and Will Seen he
Running Trains Into Ocala
The Rentz railroad has leased from
;he Seaboard Air Line railway track
oinvileges. which gives the Rents
railroad the right to use the Sea-
board's track from the end of their
lre.-'ent road to O(ala. thus giving the
,ompliany a continuous railroad from
lit-?1tnd Fort McCoy to Silver Springs
anld on into icals. where It will con-
nre't ~ith the other two trunk lines
;~,i1 later with the Ocala & Western
railroad. which is being rapidly push-
ed forward.

OLD AND NEW FRUIT
ON THE ORANGE TREES
Thi-s year the-re will be first-class
,,l11 fruit on the orange trees, being
.himped and birining a fancy price.
-'hl.n the new frop starts to market.
Thi. Anthony grove at Eastlake. own-
ed by Mr. F. W. Hall and his son. &.
R. Hall. has been shipping those ele-
gant June bloom oranges for the past
f w months and they get a fancy price
for the fruit. Most of it is used by
the lc'al dealers. Ocala leading, and
the Messrs. Hall must get a good
price, as the retail merchants sell the
fruit at 5 cents each or 50 cents per
dozen. The earliest of the fruit from
tho lake will start to market by the
15th. Prom that time forward ship-
ments will Increase and the move-
ment of Marion county oranges wil
he lively.

MEETING OF U. D. C.
Dickinson Chapter I1. D. C. will
meet tomorrow evening at 3:30
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. R. A.
Burford. Mrs. A. A. Winer, Sec'y.

PUTTING ON METAL CEILING
T-e Munro' & Chambliss Bank is
getting the material in to put a hand-
-som. embossed metal ceiling in their
banking offices. This will make this
one of the. prettiest and most conven-
ie.nt banking rooms in the country.
Th'- Il-auty of this ceiling is. with a
coat of aIaint now and then. It will
last a lifetime and then be good.

The' Ocala Iron Works is getting
quite busy again and in the machine
department the men are working at
night a good deal. Mr. J. A. Bouvler.
the. capable manager, expects to have
every department running on full
time in a short while. There is a
tendency towards improvement in all
industries and it effects this big local
plant.


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Opum Umro tie thL-, I % a O

Offen the very bvt ymiw
skilled workmen with modma a
pliances Strictly sanitary. rlectre
tns, electric manages.
Hot RAman wMera atM A 'Til
VINCENT C. DIETitRCI, Mea-



FRESH FISH
I receive dally snlpments of ceolre
fresh and salt water fish of the bet
varieties. I handle nothing but Sk,
and handle them rithL

WM. TUCKER
Pem 2189. Cit Mrket.


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MR. GARY WILL
RECEIVE THE MONEY
As I expect to be absent from Ocal
for the next few weeks. I wish to an-
nounce that Mr. W. T. Gary is au-
thorized to receive and receipt uW
amounts of money subscribed to the
Masonic lodge room and opera bhoe
building. A. E. Ocrtl.
Secretary Building Committee.

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

SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any Job o
painting, no matter how large or how
small. o0 how fine the work desred
may be. I have Lhe material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted inaide and at
Graining, gilding, hard oil finlshain
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P 0 ot 126. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Plllyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tt
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% pounds
of food. Try it today. It Is guaran-
teed to relieve you or your money back.
Sold by all druggists.

Bear In mind we carry a full flne d
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocals
News Company.
Many people delude themselves by
saying. "It will wear away." when
they notice symptoms of' kLney ad
bladder trouble. This Is a mistake.
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy. and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cares
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
of pain, weakness and urinary trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.
Picture puzzle post cards at the
Ocala House.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the battle.
at the Postofflce Drugstore..
Accuracy a characteristic, is the
motto of the Court Pharmacy's prn-
scription department. Phone us. We
send for. fill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.


DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
safe. sure. easy. gentle little lver
pills. The original Carbolised Witch
Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name Is
plainly stamped on every box. It is
good for cuts. burns, bruises, orea
bolls and sunburn-but it is especially
good for piles. Sold by all druggits.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Elegant furnishe rooms for rent at
the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. I. C.


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The Oeala Iron Works is repairing
a big standard-gauge locomotive for
the Rentz railroad. It is a heavy job
bit the shop is capable of taking care
of it.

Mrs. J. M. Meffert and children will
Itave today or tomorrow for Daytona
Beach, where they will spend two
weeks to get a little sea air. They
sl,.'nt the past three months pleas-
antlS- at their summer home on north
Lake Weir.

There is a good crowd at the Air
Dome every evening. We are having
love-ly starlight nights now and the
pictures show even better than when
the moon is shining. A more pleas-
ant place than the Air Dome on a
clear summer evening would be dif-
ficult to find.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Levon. who
recently' bought Mr. Will Edwards'
I:uick car. van now com4 to town in
:a little over an hour and says he
would hav. had an automobile years
:ago had he known what they can do
in sand.

Mr. P. J. Hulber, the popular A. C.
I.. ticke-t ngent. left yesterday for
I >oi';\!l,. Ky.. wl.ere he will spend
t\,o ve.',ks uith Mis. Huber. Mrs.
Hul'..r h.n. Ih,.n there for the past six


Ihrn. August 27th. to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred EI. M.ann. of Pinecastle. Fla.. a
lil#ne t'.-,po.uond boy. Mrs. A. E. Hol-
li.day of Pine. is quietly rejoicing over
this. her first grandchild.

Mr. N. I. Gottlieh returned from
Iltnhm illn W\ebster and (enter Hill
y-este-rilay afternoon where he insti-
tut,-d P. I'. of A. lodges. He reports
jil,'ty .or f after in th- lowlands built
f.1 mInrs ar*. busy planting.*



Belle eade Sweets


SMpr, Fnrit aw OKak


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WE MUST AI ME

IT IS MY TIME TO OIE
YOUR FALL GARMENTS

Work Guaranteed and Prir fit

OCALA PRESSING CLUNG
W. F. MarIew Pesriab



V. C. BLAGICADl

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PLANS PUmNI33Ua
ON APPLICATION


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The. Ik-licious C('ndles Ca be Had
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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, AUGUST t, I


I. RoBINSON. PrWm. BELLEVIEW LAK WE
Si BOEB AML Murne CEn Sabbath, the 6th, Rev. N. W. Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter avre
GB. L. ITCH. Tdwr. Ellison. assisted by Deacons Allan a launch party to about 25 of their
__ _Tate and Abram Brown, baptized 23 friends last Saturday evening. A D.
persons in Lake Lillian. There were bountiful supper was spread on the
"CO MR I KER AL BAA AM some 300 persons present. The Gray S. A. L. dock after which a
ceremony was quite impressive and ride around the lake by bright moon- Is no
CO M M ERCIA L quite a number were much affected. light was most enchanting. When rt th
After the baptizing a dinner was Eastlake dock was reached quite a cOirl
Ot ALA. FLA. had at the church. number of the party got off and
On the 7th Eddie Armstrong. of went to Newport's store for cold
New York. one of our winter resi- drinks, when they found the floor so
dents, returned to Belleview. All smooth and music in the air it was
-"l I"- IIIN tnIS BANK D1were pleased to greet him. Eddie more than the oldest member of the &Y
Sis one of the genial persons that hasi party could stand and off they
e the p~ebaits the professional and successful men and women of a smile and a kind word for all. floated in the mazy dance. Dr. reI
Sd ty, the farrs of the surround lag territory. In the case of State vs. Robert Slaughter, D. M. Mclver. John
We aeomuodat al elasses. Our customers represent the men and Matthews. before Justice Hopkins, Mathews and John Carney distin-
wmeoa Wo a belb t and are stil building successful enterprises. charge, defamation of character, guished themselves and were highly It
We salekdt a or yoar business. Matthews was acquitted by the jury. complimented on their graceful
... Thomas Haines has shingled the dancing and great power of endur-
Shouse of Mr. Thomas. ance. When the Bradford dock was
George Proctor for some weeks reached all joined in a vote of
VERNO N W ELDR .D has been employed as a carpenter at thanks to Dr. Slaughter and his J8a4
Pedro. charming wife for the most pleas- ei
THE I'P-TO-DATE Regular meeting of the council on ant evening spent on the lake.
i the evening of the 7th. The host of friends of Dell Moody POj
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER .Bet Smith spent the Sabbath in are delighted to know he has ac-
Jacksonville. cepted his old'position with Capt.
Card S Desined and Made. Paperhanging a Spec Ella Lyle. on the Ist. returned J. B. Martin. and with his mother TA
Card Signs Designed and Made. from North Carolina, where for the and sister, Mrs. Lou Fancher, of
alty.. New Mirrors Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, Glaa8, 'ast two months she has been visit- Tampa. will occupy the Bradford p
-.T* i~ng relatives. Mr. Miles Kennedy, a cottage.
Frosting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Re- native, cae wither. Themost exciting affair of the
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-prioes a little lower." Mrs. cecil Bryant and baby, on season was an old time opossum
the 3d, returned to Ocala after a hunt last Thursday night. The
ALL WORK GUARANTEED few days visit with Mrs. 0. M. Gale. party met at 8 p. m. on the lawn of
The night of the 2d an ice cream Mrs. K. H. Clements, with dogs and T
Maet H *ke, 1Isnif p Wil d sociable was given at the town hall horns and started for the persimmon
.---by the Ladies Aid Society. A large thicket near the Caison grove. Pan- It is fo
number of the young and old were demonium reigned for an hour or nthin
present and thoroughly enjoyed the two and the poor "possums" clung
T FEI T lTR II I n UFIIT evening. The cream was good. The to the trees like grim death, but b~rM foI
Music by Professor Rickards. who John Carney arose gallantly to the ent in i
played the violin and cornet, was ex- occasion and off with his coast and
T E FU R N IT U R E H OU1 'cellent. Miss Edna Nichols presld- up the tree like a flash, saying "I CV
;ed at the organ and sang very may not be Taft, but give me pos- F
F MfEf S ItAV ; sweetly. Miss Reba Bryant also sum or give me death." Dick and ma
dVE ang with Miss Nichols. The so- Christian. the heavy weight, and
Iclable was a great success. Mr. Camp. who is six feet two. as- tion, a
CARRIES A LARGE John Harrell has recovered from sisted in the capture. Mrs. Les- In
SLhis sickness. lie and Mrs. W. H. Henry blew the Of his
On the 4th at Levon the Belleview horns lustily while Misses Bettle Me-
DM ANTE D 00 PLETE TOlA and Levon ball teams played a Iver and Mertice Camp kept the will SC
UUI AND ULE E STO F mathced gae. Score. 8 to 0 in favor dogs enthused with sic 'em tige, r
of Levon. there he goes. Hip, hurrah! After work im
On the 6th Joseph Lucius killed a the capture came the "possum an ta-
O F large rattlesnake under the house of ter roast" which all pronounced the coated,
J. F. Hardison. one mile west of best thing yet and voted to repeat
Town. The rattler had eight rattles the hunt next week.
Sand a button. Mr. Walter Ray and Clyde Glenn, CHRIS1
Fer, Minute, with Professor Ricards the lake the past week.
AND Dand Geo. Spencer, spent the Sabbath Mrs. Wood and family, of Ocala. It seems go
at Candler and Heather Island. are spending a few weeks at the Re- given the W.
S Thursday. September 30th. has gan place. of the Ocala
lRbeen named as the day to meet and Mr. H. C. Jones and family, of vice this will
M USE FURNISHINGS AILL KIN clean up the cemetery. This is a Ocala. are occupying the Hewitt cannot now
custom observed each year. Usual- cottage, times such t
ly the Belleview Workers provide up by the G
dinner at the town hall, to which all ORANGE SPRINGS ev(r. one.
1k e a r3 Fed rI Ifb Scu" those that work in the cemetery are This is the
Rrribe .Isme. Carri es at a1 T's e Lawt a invited. Those that have dead t endeavor
'rM Cr #A ThIM buried there should either work or ev. C. S. Edinton filled h reg- endeavor
) le 13 F ibre: 5u l gib Ift l mes a JMl hire someone to work for them. ular appointment here Sunday. months the t
e: stM r fo t Ar. P. J. Hall, of Titusville, vis- and Novembe
ited his mother. Mrs. Verlinder Hall, There Is to
MW s H HOUSE TO RENT and his brother, Mr. J. B. Hall, last meeting to I
SUS S On Port King avenue, one of the most week. This was Mr. Hall's old home People's Soc
--_d M D lb 4 Skd port King avene, one o the most and his friends were very glad to tember 1fth.
blirt e, Carrtiaes, B wles s, SWaesu sc..^" gppTg"gg,^^ sem in m modewhirn
-the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av- Dr. Creekmore, of Citra, made a this office wi
L ea ow Sl r s a i prn CS, Idsf y- enue. professional visit to several pa- After the me
.... "m ....... tents last Saturday. We are glad to encourage
Sr -1 I.KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER to note them improving, that or effort
Mr. W. R. Massey. tbrpentine on this occas
I A merciless murderer is appendicitis operator of Keuka. accompanied by Treasurer 1
With many victims. But Dr. King's Mr. Rothammer. was here on basi- has sent a I1
New Life Pills kill it by prevention. ness last Thursday. have contribu
-*V E R M- A CW K A Y They gently stimulate stomach, llv,-r Ar. Fisher, a civil engineer look- months. The
and bowels, preventing that cloggli ing l after the canal survey, was here Daytona and
O ca1 *rd ,that invites appendicitis, curing con- last Friday. I-rs: the Yo
Cala, nl ordla stipatlon. biliousness, chills, malari;a. Messrs. Fred, Will and Lee Wim- Auburndale,
..headache and indigestion. 2.5c at all berly, of Jacksonville. are here in a Mount Dora.
druggists. visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart: Lake
1. N. Wimberly. and the treas
LRVON Mr. Henry Rast. of Weirsdale, byterlan of
R- has been visiting his parents, Mr. year there w
Saturday afternoon. September 4. and Mrs. Geo. D. Rast. the deaf and
the Belleview baseball nine crossed Miss Nannie McGahagin, of Okla- Augustine sta
bats with the Levon nine here, and waha. who has been spending sev- ion of Tampa
the score was 8 to 0 in favor of eral weeks in Jacksonville, was a workers in S
Levon. Mr. C. H. Strozier. pitcher pleasant visitor last week, the guest friend in Ta
Sfor Levon. batted a ball 315 feet in of Miss Lois Massey. bution as
the seventh inning. A large crowd Our school opened Monday with Muirhead. of
TPO I U LnS M Ch'adiL witnessed the game and the boys a good enrollment, although several other places
Were heartily cheered. of the pupils are sick. We hope to obligations.
tm"- KU MHl Mr. J. A. Rentsz Mr. Sutton and have a successful term. Mr. T. J. from the ab<
S1 Mr. Farrell went to Ocala Saturday Andeson is going to teach "the showing it 's
afternoon. Mr. Rentz runs his new young ideas how to shoot." People's and
SIL_ R __*_ I automobile fine and has one of the Fox hunting is the order of the tions in the
Sprettiest in the county. day. There has been quite a num- Endeavor ye;
Mrs. Davis. of Jacksonville. is ber of them killed, special remhi
khp ~friA~S-* visiting her daughter and son-in- Master Maurice Jordan, a thir- ough and nu
law. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rentz. teen year old boy, shot and killed a from the secl
S-- ----e B.,- F Mrs. T. K. Slaughter returned three hundred and fifty pound bear, there are na
Thursday from Lake Weir, where a very ugly old black fellow. He smallest socd
f she has spent the past two months. brought over some bear steak, which not a society
r Her many friends here are glad to was quite a novelty. of the state
,I U 11 see her home again. Mr. Scruggs. of Reddick. Is a We have


PAMRlIPCe adW Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Davis, of Co- pleasant visitor here this week. from Miss El
S1gB m hm-aS R nant, who have been visiting the Mr. D. M. Waldron and family, of the Christian
latter's parents here for the past Bay Lake. spent last week at the simmee, and
three weeks, returned home today. springs. now suspend
T N Ai COTIC. Mr. J. C. McGehee. of Live Oak, We have enjoyed Mr. C. L. Bit- near Tampa.
is in town again. tinger's letters from the West. and from Interl
Mr. T. Mador. of DeFuniak hls timely paragraphs on the tem- Ala., and ex
Springs, spent several days in Le- perance' question. till winter.
von last week the guest of his turning from
brother-in-law. Mr. Otto Jensen. He ville, where
9 | was acompanled home by his Vm T4i iAe worth League
*f brother, Mr. George Mador. who has A7A a orers.
been very ill for the past two An active
weeks. and Junior
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sut-a W West Palm I
IA or pound boy, and now Mr. S. wears a treet, Jacks
o.lgl, r [ ly[smile that won't come off. tirve Endeav
XanOor BmVrisk F r Over Mr. A. L. Kirkland. of Fort Me- 01 TLMt i k Skstal metropolis ai
-M -FT OIve .--rOl eU Coy, spent several days in town last and Earl Ha
w eek visiting friends. Come again. The former
Mr. K. Presbyterian
SMr K'. "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" Haven has
I ---- choicest lead
S11 n WARNING MISS FLORIDA CONDON. more active
SDo not he persuaand into taking District Pr
anything but Foley's Hon-y and Tar Residenlt Agent. man. Lake
fHor chronic coughs. bronchitis. ha) i planning the
fever. athima. and lung troulel.'.:q it ventin prolt
Sstop s the cough and h-als the lung. L A LE X AN E at Eustis.
|IShld by all druggists. l ticipates att
| MACT 01P 1 r1a1194 | *i conventions t
ASTORIA SOTH LAKF. WEIV rPractical for that of 1
,mme am mm Interlachen, k
A party came over from Oxford CIAPENITER AND BUILDER 4-6th. to suit
,one day last week and spent the day North Centr
Sat Bonaventure on Lake Weir. Carefuv estTmat.s m. e on all some of it
Among those present were Mrs. contract work. wves more and bet- splendid time
SJohn Johnson and her son. Frank. ter work for the money than any attend.
and daughter. Miss Ada Johnson. of other contractor in own. Miss Gertr
Leesburg. Mrs. Johnson was one of rotary of the
the first families to settle on the - Mr. arts p
LRN T | |sRST LIK outh side of the lake. and a few Ice cream at
,years ago moved to Leesburg. Heri now b,-ing X
UT OF THE CT D many friends will be pleased to mnne- with
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED learn that Mrs Johnson is getting an for their


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w It I tir wWWt cWase whclth tr Ji hey d.
ois well as d rou to take medicine the compositio of which yo
. oIet a dislhonesat druggist prevail on you to accept-a aW 'u
r th t-.sionally approved medicirw or KNowN coPow N. Every ':
its I -lip has the strong idorsemment of the leading medical ae dit a'
sch practice. Send postal card request for free Booklet of same. -
cry e o n may write fully and conidniutuay to Dr. R. V. Pierce, BufrAN, N ..
Sbe sure that her case will receive careful, conscientious, confientiml c m
Sta tt the best medical advice in the world will be waen to her, fySd fir. f,
addition to this free advice, Dr. Pierce will send a fne French cloth-bound c,
great 1000-page book, "The Common Sense Medical Adviser," to any womanC
id 31 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing mly.
. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, vr and bowe. h
i harmony with "Favorite Prescription" when needed as a gentle laxative. -Sa g
tny granules, easy to take as candy.
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lIAN ENDEAVOR


od to see so much space
C. T. U. by the editors
Star. How much ser-
do their noble cause we
comprehend, but some-
hings will be reckoned
od that Is watching us
first day of autumn. Let
to make the next three
best September, October
r we have ever lived.
be a special temperance
be held In each Young
Pty in Florida on Sep-
if they use the program
h we hope to send from
within the next few days.
etings are over be sure
us by letting us know
t for "Florida for Chrit"
ion were not in vain.
Roseborough, of DeLand,
Ist of the societies that
ted during the past two
ey are as follows:
North Galnesville Jun-
ing People's Societies at
Gilmore. Winter Haven.
Frostproof. Ruskin and
Helen. Congregational,
urer's own society, Pres-
DeLand. Earlier in the
as a generous gift from
Sblind comrades of St
ate school, the City Un-
i, and the Congregational
t. Petersburg. A modest
mpa also sent a contri-
did our ex-officer, Mr.
Sanford. Possibly a few
have remembered their
Count the number up
ove list and see what a
i for nearly sixty Young
thirty Junior organiza-
first five months of our
ar, that have had a
under from Mr. Rosebor-
merous "side issue" ones
retary. In the above list
mes of some of the
letles In Florida, while
In the two largest cities
are down.
recently enjoyed visits
mma Yowell, president of
n church society In KIs-
Miss Essie Glass, of the
ded suburbanite society
SMiss Glass went on
lachen to Montgomery.
pects to be from home
Miss Yowell was re-
Sthe normal in Gaines-
she met pleasant Ep-
ers, but not any Endeav-
worker for both senior
Endeavor societies of
teach was Miss Kathryne
o is now at 39 West 5th
onville. Two other ac-
rers now located in the
re Messrs Norman Blood
lskins. of Winter Haven.
was vice president of the
society at home. Winter
to give up many of Its
ers that they may enter
life in larger towns.
resident Finnie, of Cole-
and Sumter district, is
program for their con-
ably 12-14 of November,
The state secretary an-
ending each of the four
to be held this falL Time
:he Northeastern district.
has been changed to Dec.
the train schedules best.
al district plans to send
s best workers and a
e is expected for all who
ude Simmons is now sec-
SProstproof society, andd
president. We are told of
id other kinds of socials
riven for the making oft
which to purchase an or- \
r union church. 1


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benefit you. Some of thee there
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There are, in fact, very few all-
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Use Kodol and prevent Nervous
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Kodol will effectually assist Na
ture to secure a complete restora-
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this by at once digesting all food
ta the stomach and keeping It di-
gested, until the stomach Is rested
and can resume its own work. Ko-
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effect quickly removes itselL
When t Is recalled that Apo-
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even Consumption-are due to
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It the way we do.
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--the next (or the frst) tiw me
have an attack of indigeltloA. M
you will certainly be surprpl 1
the result. It Is perfectly -
less.
There can be no harm aIn
something that may do you a gr
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