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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 10, 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: VID03268
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Room 9. 10 ad 11.
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Dental Surgeon
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Phone 211
Ofte9 hoira: 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 6 p. m.

se- SeOmnad Floor The Munroe A
CbaMibm Baak Building. Ocala

tlspbem-e-Oce, 222; Resldems,
0O6. Hours-- to 12 a m.: 2 to 4
a.; 7':30 to 8:30 p. *.


Gemeal Pratice Cal? Made Premaptly
Nig;t or Day
psia Attnticms to Obsttri.a, DI
sm aef Woo*n and Childrka
OfSce: Rooms 3-22 Iolder Building
Deasnd Floor: Phones, Offce No. 333.
ResM1e.,. No. 333.



Our ee by our new process is fros-
f at a temperature of eight to ten
1egm abre wero. u as clear as crys-



and by using the credit of the Un-
ion Pacifie and through the Oregon
Short Line he obtained Interests in
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
the Baltimore & Ohio, the Milwau-
kee & St. Paul. the Chicago &
Northwestern. the New York Cen-
tral and several minor railroads.
These railroads and his Interests In
the Equitable Life Assurance So-
clety and ether Insurance companies
placed him In control of property
valued at more tKan $
and one of the most dangerous rivals
of John D. Rockefeller. J. P. Morgan
and James J. Hill. as well as a po-
litical power, particularly in the
Might Rave Acqired Seaboard

ThM ow which knocked out Coaeb
wa a revelation to thep rizn fighters.
FRom the earliest days of the ring the
kaock-out blow was aimed for the jaw,
the temple or tbhe jugular vein. Stomach
puche were thrown In to worry and
weary the fighter, but If a seientice man
had told one of the old fighters that tbe
waot vulnerable spot was the region of
the stomach, he'd have laughed Lt him
for an Igouraimu Dr. Pierce i3 Lringiag
hboe to te public a parallel fact; that
Shpmsa his the most vulnerable organ
out ofl e pri ring as well as int. We
te9.r 1 throats, feet and lung%
t e are utterly lndiffer-
at to, until dh finds the solar plexus

A .4 piwk stomach." indigestion, or
dysp *, torpid liver, bad, thin and Iha
pre: 4 and other diseases of Mte r-
Ia .e tlon and nutrition.
Tb-1i 4den Medical Discoveryhasa
is l prior fatfve effect upon all mucous
,;-- ld b hence cures catarrh, no
mat. ti -re located or what stage it
w" .' ached. In Nasal Catarrh It
is lt-ean. .the passages with Dr.
Sag tarirh lkmedy fluid while using
the.LAjivery" i a constitutional rem-
edy. Why the *Golden Medical Dscov-
ry c ures tarrhal of the
stomach, boweL, bladder and other pelvhq
orgam will be plain to you if you will
Sead a booklet of extracts from the writ-
ngs of eminent medical authorities, en
daring IN ingredients and explaining
their curative properties. It is mailed
frer on request. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce,
buffalo. . This booklet gives all the
lagrdiests entering into Dr. Pierce's
medicines from whih. it will be seen that
they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure,
trie-reflnedglycernne being used instead.
t. Peree's g t thousand-page Illus-
trated Comoon Semn Medical Adviser
will bm sent free paper-bound, for 21 one
ent stama, or cloth-bound far U stsamp
ddMr Iur.i re aT aow


New York, Sept. 10.-Edward H.
larriman died at 3:30 o'clock yes-
erday afternoon.
The news came at a tithe when it
was hardly expected. The reports
given out from the Harriman house-
hold yesterday morning in the shape
of bulletins by Dr. Lyle, his attend-
ng physician, were to the effect that
Mr. Harriman was improving.
Sketch of Harriman's Career
Edward Henry Harriman, who
wril go down in history as one of
the most spectacular financial gen-
uses, most daring speculators and
greatest railroad magnates of his
time, was born at Hempstead, Long
Island. Feb. 25, 1848, the son of
Rev. Orlando Harriman. Jr., rector
of an Episcopal church in that town,
founded in 1702. The early life of
the future man of millions was one
of great poverty.
Harriman received his early edu-
cation at the district school and
supplemented It by a two years'
Bourse in a boys' school under
church auspices, where the sons of
clergymen paid practically nothing
for their education.
He began his career as a clerk in
a broker's office on Wall street. He
showed no unusual ability and for
many years gave no promise of his
later brilliant development. How he
obtained his start and the funds
which enabled him to buy a seat on
the New York Stock Exchange has
never been explained.
Harriman married early in life
and married very well. His wife
was Miss Mary Averell of Rochester,
N. T..
It was not until 1883 that Harri-
man came actively into the railroad
field. Along in 1883 he was elect-
ed a director of the Illinois Central
railroad. In 1887 Mr. Harriman
became vice-president. He was then
about forty years old.
Harriman's entry into the direc-
torate of the Illinois Central rail-
road marked the beginning of his
career as a manipulator of railroad
stocks and reorganier of railroad
systems which, In the course of ten
or fifteen years, made him one of
the greatest railroad kings ever
known In the United States and
placed him in control of more than
54.000 miles of water transportation
lines and of railroad lines of an es-
timated length of nearly 27.000
During the panic preceding the
election of President McKinley a
number of large western railroads
had gone to smash, among them the
Northern Pacific a"d the Union Pa-
cific. The wreck of the latter was
particularly bad and seemed per-
fectly hopeless. A Morgan syndi-
cate made an attempt to rescue the
road. but gave up the plan in sheer
dtqgust. But Harriman never lost
his confidence. He formed a mix-
ed syndicate, backed by Kuhn, Loeb
& Co. of New York and including
two members of the Vanderbilt fac-
tion, two of the Goulds. two of the
Boston crowd that had sunk mil-
lions in the old Union Pacific. and
several independent capitalists, Har-
riman being among them. The road
was merely a line from Omaha to
Ogden, about 1,800 miles long. The
syndicate paid the government $58,-
000,000 In cash and $27,000.000 to
settle with the boldest of the first
mortgage bonds.
The same syndicate purchased for
$3.300,000 a block of coal company
bonds and other railroads bonds and
in the folowlng month a group of
branch lines, called the Kansas Pa-
dcie. for $6.303.000.
In the summer of 1899 Mr. Harri-
man temporarily dropped his finan-
cial schemes and took a scientific
exploring expedition to Alaska, hav-
ing fitted the same out at his own
expense. The following year he
bought the Kansas City, Pittsburg &
Gulf railroad and reorganized the
Chicago & Alton, which he had ac-
quired in the early spring of 1890.
Next came the Southern Pacifc.
which became part of the Harriman
system on Feb. 1. 1901. The Union
Pacific executed a mortgage for $10.-
000,000 and sold $40,000,000 of
bonds at par, thus paying for the
stock of the Southern Pacific.
In the following years Harriman
continued the extension of his sys-
tem toward the east and south. He
acquired control of the Illinois Cen-
tral railroad, ousting his former
friend, Stuyvesant Fish, from the
presidency, obtained a strong hold
over the St. Joseph and Grand Itl-


lonew Not Ahse Peary and ays be
Has Plenty of Proof that be
Went to the Pale.

Copenhagen. Sept. 10.--omiang
so quickly upon other dramatic in-
cidents of the week, Commander
IPeary's dispatch denying that Dr.
SCook has achieved the triumph for
which he has been feted and honor-
ed in Copenhagen. 'beyond the lot
of apV other private person, has
been read here witb feelings of
amazement and cone*n.
But Dr. Cook h If seems in
nowise disturbed. I was perfect-
ly cool and appear tly unmoved
when confronted wth telegrams
from the United States saying that
Commander Peary had denounced
him as an imposter. His demeanor
has not changed in the slightest
from the day he landed at Copen-
Dr. Cook's friends had urged
him to their utmost to make any
statement possible for the public,
but he had said repeatedly that all
he had to say for the present was
that he possessed proofs that he had
visited the North Pole on April 21.
190%x. Those proofs were convinc-
ing and in due time would be given
to the world.
Will Publish Proofs

When it was suggested to him
that his chances of proving his case
might be ruined unless he made a
satisfactory statement immediately
he smiled-his usual quiet smile-
and asked how could a man be ruin-
ed by popular clamor calling him an
imposter when he had proofs of his
case which could and would be pub-
lished. as he had ofttimes repeated,
when they were in proper form to
be given out. /
Regarding the controversy over
his alleged taking of Peary's stores,
Dr. Cook asserted that he has writ-
ten, and other satisfactory evi-
dences that Peary took his stores,
perhaps believing him dead. "Har-
ry Whitney is personally acquaint-
ed with all the facts and perhaps
what he has to say wen he returns
may be interesting," added the ex-
Then Cook remarked quietly:
"Make as little as you can of this
and don't say anything disagreeable
about Peary."
Capt. Sverdrup Cook's Ally
Dr. Cook told Capt. Sverdrup and
another friend the day after he had




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into a quart of milk and
freeze it. That can be doua
Sin asiot ten minas.
There is othingtoadd, for
the powder supplits every
Sthin., and thbre is o oouk-
S ing or anything elme to do.
You will have two quart
of delicious ice earm for the
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Illustrated Recipe ook Free.
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Say ee FrI lRed Waps

They say, but If you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in It, that the center Is what
is called "snow ice." which, being por-

When the kidneys are sick, ous. allows it to melt quickly.
Nature te-lls you all about it.
The urine is nature's c lendar. e _a T.._ ^'
Infrequent or too, freque t action;. C yST l
Any' urinary trouble tells of kidney.
Ills. The kind we turn out Is as clear
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney and perfect as It is possible to make
Ills. ice, and is the most economical Ice
Mrs. El1- Ratherree. living at 201 to use. Ask the man on the Red
W. McCormick St.,. ainesvill, Fla.. Wagon to stop and see you.
says: "I suffered from dragging pains
in my back for some years. I
was in almost constant misery, and I I i
often the pains were so intense that i FLORIDA PACKU i &
could not move about. The secretions P S m
from my kidneys were also irregular IA UMl aV
in action, and caused me further an- lu IU lr l
noyance. Any .oltl always aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would Pao 5 5
suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
vised me to try Dean's Kidney Pills -
and I did so. The first few doses of
this remedy gave me rollef, and whn t
I had used the contents of one box the TaE
pain had disappear-d. and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner
I am glad to give Do'an's Kidney Pills COVM M ER A.L
the credit for bringing me back to good.
health."' RESSI C CLUB
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. C.ll at Ty.dings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo- J.* * ** PANr
mers report. w U 5r-.
For sal-. by all dealers. Price r, --
cents. Foster-Mi hurn (n.. hiBfflo.
New York. sole agents for the l'nited Next Door to the Wstoer Union
Stnte. T ----. sa.

LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St Joseph Tonag
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical, Itel-
lectual, Moral and Social Line.s Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimatg
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schooir oom.~ Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Roor..A

Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR
St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida

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Mower Sharpened by the V

latestt Methods

We have Just received one of the fanoga IdMa
L3wn Mower Grinders, a machine .spbeS ly bIlt
for the purpose of grinding Lawn MowW w
does the work perfectly. If you will favor as wit_ -
your patronage, we guarantee to give you b tb *
Mower in better condition than the day yearj oiht
it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp longer thaa t" ,
Sold style way, which is usually done by ip. '
rienced workman with a file or an emery wheel

1 Next me your Mower eea sr

Bring t In, or motity us, aI we w

make It cut so nie ly It wit srwj-be.yLE

landed here that he hoped there
would be no unpleasantness over
supplies with the Peary party; that
he found some of Peary's men in
possession of one of his depots and
had turned them out unceremon-
It is settled that Cook will send
a ship back to bring to America the
two Eskimos who accompanied him
on the last stage of his journey to
the pole, as well as some of the
party who were sent back when the
start of the last stage begun.

Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a
deformity-if your trouble is rheuma-
tism. lumbago, sprain, stiff joints. or
anything of like nature use Ballard's
Snow Liniment and in no time you can
throw away your crutches and he as
well as anyone. Price 25c. 50c and $1
Sold by all druggists.


Peary May Find it INficult to Ex-
plain the Short Time of His
Polar Journey
New York. Sept. 10.-Comment-
ing on Lieutenant Peary's story of
the discovery of the North Pole. An-
thony Fiala. of Brooklyn. command-
er of the Baldwin-Seigler expedition
of 1903 and 1905. said it is a mar-
velous story and that to accomplish
the feat Peary must have gone at
least 35 miles a day, which could
only be possible over smooth ice. He
"The story almost takes one's
breath away. llis return must have
been even more wonderful as he left
the pole on April 7th. reaching Cape
Columbia on April 23rd, a distance
of about 490 miles as the crow flies.
In the sixteen days' march from the
pole to Cape Columbia he must have
covered thirty-one miles per day
with no open leads to bother him so
that to reach Cape Columbia by
April 23rd he would be obliged to
make the phenomenal speed of forty
miles daily."


Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.
Carlisle Center. N. Y G. BurhanA.
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottle-s
of Foley's Kidney Remedy. and aft-r
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have never bad any return of
those symptoms and I am e-vidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
by all druggists.
Butte. Mont.. Sept. 10.-Fred Printz.
a well known guide and a resident of
Darby. Mont.. takes the present oc-


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Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; etedtrt
lights, steam and furnace heat: large faculty: perfect health cotdl-
tions: fine gymnasium. athletic kelds. boating, tennis courts, seo links;
baseball. football and basketball teams champions of Florlda it 1u0.
NeaPrly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate
scholarships available; Christian but undenominational: stands for

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We take this method of thanking i
the public through the columns of
your iaper for the liberal patronage
that. has been extended us through
the past season in our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars. as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are just in receipt of letters giving
us a slight inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question in the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
we have the assurance that if we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same: Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be increased 20 per cent.
We will also have a model known
as No. 18, practically the same as
our No. 17. only slightly a smaller
car. and will sell for about 141400
complete. and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
a while. We will also have a $600.
a runabout. 2-cylinder. opposed
motor in front, under the hoard,
cone clutch in fly wheel, selective
type transmission and double chain
drive. 30x. 1-2 tires: and we want
to say to the public that so far as
pulling through sand is concerned.
this car has no equal. Thanking our
friends for past favors, we are
Very respectfully.
Per J. H. Spencer.
Dunnellon. FIl.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo.. for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it. It is
a genuine cure for kidney. bladder anl
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each

We have in our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fail
planting. Tydings & Co.
As Many rn Oeala Reader Knows Too



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C. L. TNoNeaR, Edles

SILB. CAROLL. Busines MnNgsr

Mrs N. N Gottlieb and charming
da-uhter are now with friends l New
Tak sad are having a delightfl time
/ seein the eights of the great city.
They are not quite certain when they
l mrtr hoam, as friends are urg-
If them to remalb for the great Ful-
tea eolbratlon, which wll take place
early l October.

IA)-D-Betwen Muree & Cham-
belm Ban mnd the New Air Dome, a
watch feb; white striped sal green
ribbona 0 e five sad oa one dollar
ld & Pinder pleae return to
Adolph Dame at the Globe and receive

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mciwalne and
three eildren returne yesterday aft-
ernoom from Latiem, B. C., where
Mrs. Melwale and the children have
hbena pemdlag sIx weeks with relatives.
Mr. Mellwalne went up lat Friday and
accompanied them home. Mrs. Mcl-
walae's chaminM sister. Mi Mary
Be.k who as visited her before and
IUa many friends here,' accompanied
her and will spend several months In

Capt. T. H. Johnsom returned yester-
dai from Olen bpri, N. C, where
with Mrs. Jobnson aNd Mi Clara be
has been spending the past two months
dellghtfully. Mrs. Johaon and Miss
Clara are in South Carolina with rela-
tives at the present sad will return to
Ocala Ln a short time, when the family
will keep house.

Mr. L eight, who was in town
yesterday, remarked that Reddick had
three of the handsomest school ma'ams
In the state of Florida and become of
their charming feminine attractions
'the rubes of the rural section needed
no invitaton to inspect that school
this season. They came to applaud
the good school work done and ad-
mire God's best gift to man, fair wo-

Mr. J. J. Gutherle, the section man
for the A. C. L. was in town Thurs-
day and made the Star an appreciated
calL Mr. Outherle it one-of the best
ln his line and keeps his eetion In
splendid condition, besides building a
number of spurs. He laid of a day to
visit his brother at Stanton. who oc-
cuples a similar position on the A. C.
L. railway.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L Parramore, who
have lived near Ocal for some time,
win leave tonight for araaota, where
Mr. Pf..ume will superintend the T.
J. Miller grove. We are sorry to lose
these good people, but wish them sue-
ceas In their new home.

Mr. Joha .I Spencer is in receipt of
a postal card from Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
warf Holder from Copenhagen. Den-
mark. They were present at the dem-
'Werattons given Dr. Cook, the dis-
coverer of the North Pole.
Vernon W. Eldred, artist decorator,
is putting the finishing touches on the
walls of the Montesuma office. The
Ceiling is done in very light green, the
center square being of a darker shade,
while the walls are paneled in light
pea green. The Improvement is a
very desirable one and adds greatly to
the pleas efect of the office, which
the hotel's aptrons will duly appre-

A. M. Lansford, the Flno man, re-
turned today from Citra, where he
old a piano, to Capt. Harrison of the
Hart Line. On his return home he
received a request from a lady at
Webster, desiring a piano and took
the train to accommodate her. Mon-
day he sold a piano to Mr. F. M. Cam-
eron. Mr. Lansford Is doing a fine

Mr. A. M. Adams, representing a
New Orleans buggy and harness con-
cern, who has been coming to Ocala
for twenty years, was in town yester-
day, a guest of the Montesuma.

J. 8. Jolly, roadmaster of the A. C. L.
with headquarters at Jacksonville. was
In town yesterday looking after the
laying of the heavy rail on his road
through town.

Mrs. Varn and her companion. Miss
A. A. Dekison, were guests of the
Montesuma yesterday. They came to
S consult Dr. D M. Boey.

M. M. Fbxworth, a Levon turpentine
tIetor, Was a guest of the Montesuma

Mr. C. R. Shaw. a good roads builder
Ia Citrus county aad Mr. B. S. masser.
with the Coffee-West Co. at Inverness,
were visitors an town today and re-
ported the growth of the shire town
of Sumter copity wonderful the past

P. J. Theus returned last night from
his trip to Baltimore and New York.
where he has been purchasing goods
for the Tbeus-Zachry Co.

Mr. Carlisle Islar will leave next
week for Vanderblt University, where
he will take up the study of dentistry.
He will sped a short while in North
Carolina with friend before taking up
his studies.

R. I Martin, the young fireman at
the Rents saw mill at Fort McCoy, is
na the city today, having some dental
work done.

The neat and car looking new two-
story home of Mrs. J. 8. Berry, corner
of South Eighth street and Orange av-
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A woman should no more think of
baking bread by a handless clock than
a man should think of carrying on his
business without a bank account.
Any thing done by guess is uncer-
It is unwise to live year by year
without keeping a strict account of
expenses whether you have a regular
business or not. There is no system
or convenience in paying bills in cash
aS they are presented.
Employ a check account, pay each
bill by check, balance your account at
least once a month.
The bank does your bookkeeping for
you. You are at no expense whatever,
and the check account gives you many
advantages in business--conveniences
that save time. benefits that insure
safety, methods that give you accuracy,
a system that furnishes a complete
record for future reference.
A check account indicates the con-
dition of your business at all times. It
is to business what the hands are to
the clock.
Ocala, Florida

Many people do no' need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Toll You whether or not you
need them. DI D. M. BONT,
Eyesight Specialist
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:M
to 4:1 p. m. Optical office and lb-
oratory, rooms t and 4 Gary block.

Paul Lncke, the eminent German
composer, has written a song espe-
cially for the New York Sunday
World. It is entitled "You Are the
Star that Guides My Way." It as
good as the "Glow Worm." or "Amina"
or "Castles in the Air," all famous
songs, by Paul Lincke. There will be
the usual set of six stage beauties
from the clever brush of Archie Gunn,
all in colors. Get next Sunday's


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


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.


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
luns, herforrhages, la grippe, asth-
ma. croup, whooping cough and all
bronchial affections. 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-


ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acet3jene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. 825 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.


A $40 scholarship in the Stanley
Business College, of Thomasville, Ga.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star

How Is that This Is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new S-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.

Bathing caps Just received
Court Pharmacy.

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Some people are great economiz-
ers. In Ocala the council wants to
dispose of the deer in the zoo because
it costs $100 a year to feed them.
This is the heighth of folly. The
Ocala zoo is small, but It is a great
attraction for young and old in and
out of the city, and -the deer are
great pets of the children. Sunday
morning the doe "Daisy." gave birth
to a pretty little fawn, and the result
was. hundreds of people visited the
zoo and were delighted with the
sight. Few people ever saw a deer
except in captivity, and when they
will live in confinement they should
be kept at any cost. To turn them
loose in the woods now would be
cruel, and to kill them to gave the
cost of keep would be barbarous. By
all means keep every animal in the
zoo. and add more whenever oppor-
tunity offers. It is worth more to
Ocala than any other attraction n It,
and we of Citrus like to visit It when
when we go to the Brick City.-In-
verness Chronicle.


We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.


They Should be in Every Household.
Are Highly Recommended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know": "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read. especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
Rev. L. B. Warren. the former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
commendation and urges parents to



Up to this afternoon the body of
young Clyde Akin had not been re-
covered from the depths of Blue Sink
near Blitchton. where the young man
was drowned Sunday morning in 300
feet of water. The divers, who were
expected from Jacsonville. have not
come. The company wanted $500 for
a crew of eight men with the appar-
atus besides all expenses if the body
was not found, and $1.000 and all ex-
penses if the body was recovered.
The cost would have been $1.000 in
one case and $1.500 in the other, and
the family could not afford the great
expense. A constant watch has been
kept at the sink, night and day. in
hopes that the body would rise but
this hope is becoming very taint and
it is now feared that the body will
never be seen again. It is probably
lodged beneath a ledge at the bottom
or has been taken off through some
subterranean outlet.


August 1st there were seven patients
in the hospital. Twenty-seven patients
were admitted during the month: 36
patients were treated; 16 patients dis-
charged; one patient died, and ten pa-
tients are now being cared for.
Following is a list of the donations
for the month:
Mrs. J. H. Brinson. buttermilk: Mrs.
Carlton, cut flowers: Miss N. K. Smith.
graduate nurse, five dollars; a friend,
five dollars; Mrs. Jack Camp. litera-
ture; Mr. Durlsoe, oranges: city. elec-
tric lights; Ocala Ice & Packing Co..
50 pounds of ice per day: Florida
Packing & Ice Co.. 25 pounds of ice
per day; Evening Star, two copies of
the paper daily: Ocala Banner, two
copies of paper daily.
L. B. McMeekin, Head Nurse.


Hallie Blitch. of Ocala, the well-
known grocery drummer, was greet-
ing his friends., and customers here
Saturday, and of course called on Ye
Local, for we have known each other
for many years. Hallie will quit the
road on the 15th and will take charge
of the Teapot Grocery, one of the
biggest institutions of the kind in
this section of Florida. We have
watched with pride the advancement
made by this young man. As a mere
lad in knee pants we knew him in
Morriston when he was general util-
ity boy in a mercantile business. By
strict attention to business, rugged
honesty and naturally imbued cour-
tesy he has advanced step by step
until now he is to take charge of one
of the largest retail grocery estab-
lishments in Florida. He will not
stop there, and we hope to live to see
him a power in the commercial world,
as he is certain to be sooner or later.
Hallie has relatives as weU as many
friends in Inverness who are proud
of his achievements, and have a right
to be.-Inverness Chronicle.



"OU are entitled in buying Hart Schaffner & Marx

clothes, to a most positive assurance of your satd-


s.. -
A .4

Every dealer in our clothes is authorized

to say this to you:


Every garment made by, and bearing th6 label of

Hart Schaffner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of all-wool

or wool-and-silk fabrics, with no mercerizeded" or other

cotton added; thoroughly shrunk before cutting; seams

sewed with pure silk thread; tailored in cle n, sanitary

shops; and free from every defect of material


More than that:


The dealer is authorized to say

that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your

money will be refunded.

Hart Schaffner & Marx


s ...

Why Buy Cheap Clothes of Uncertain Value, when You can Get .

for a Very Little More, this Guarantee with Your Garments.
------------------------ ---- *


We all sympathize with Mr. and
Mrs. Lem Wilson in their late be-
reavement. The death angel passed
over their home last week and took
from them their youngest children,
little Mamie, aged six years being
the first. She died August 31st and
little L. W.. aged two years, died
September 4th. Oh. how sad it was
to give them up! But God knows best
and he will comfort as none can.
Without God we could not bear those
troubles, but he has promised that
they shall not be greater than we can
bear. Sometimes they are hard to
bear, but if we look to him he will
carry us through. The death of these
two little children has saddened the
home and community,
Side by side in the burial lot
Two little graves mark the spot
Where two little bodies sleep under
the sod;
And their souls are sweetly at rest
with God.
Two vacant places are in the home
Where their deaths have cast a sor-
rowful gloom;
And nothing else can take the places
Of those sweet childish faces.
Never more to hear their merry
That sweet little childish tattle.
That to the loved ones was so dear.
But alas, again can never hear.
Though the home all seems desola-
They have one swee-t consolation.
That their little ones are at peace-
ful rest
And will ,.ver m-ore b blest.
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1I U I 11 1 1k'JAI;a..

Those tender buds that are plucked
so young.
In those sad and gloomy hours
Will come forth in the spring time of
And blossom into flowers.
D. B S.
Conner. Fla.. Sept th, 1909.

Wm. T. Stockton. son of Hon. Jno.
N. 4'. Stockton. Jacksonville. who won
one of the Rhodes Oxford scholarships,


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mr-O -k_ .. a p Iask-, whim 4 Mm m= There is no game law against any SEEDS
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL New crop of garden and flower
by a dL bum H TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma- seeds just received. Wm. Anderson,
larla, chills and fever. Price 25r cent" druggist and seedsman. Ocala., Fla.
ils -inm t b -tr S- -w rrl S IN IcK M Lt ft y per bottle. Ask your dealer: he'll
9 1 prgeS probably know. Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's inks: also
We c T" ----j- I Jyw --- ptC--'J-- ., Conductor ;George Brown has re,- fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
ie w l lived Conductor Hfuckshot Williams. News Company.
who will take his vacation next .
A b to r _M eMl kI "le- -HE- la d wee-k.
w m .. .Mrq. .Ma Hingham. bookkper AID
KNIGHT & LA for the Star. is .quite sick with fever THEA DOME
KNIGHT & LANG at her romos 'on tht upper floor of
the Star building.
I"h S ad SrNa CAI M A We are showing the best 25e. box of Moving Pictures
II writing paper that we have ever had,
. .. ,and if you want the entire value of and Musi.
DAVID WOODROW WM. J. SHERIDAN, your quarter. don't fail to buy this from
Phwne 165 Phone 13 the Postoffice Drugstore.
The Star is inf,,imedl the clerks rhe Iee f KtentalmieHs Furlulm.h
WI SIBwD & STil hanvO- one T r, h;alf hlifday nxt ed by Hoe Peoole
physician. aitl: "Wat,'h your kidneys.
CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND. When they are. affect-'d, life is in da.n- P m fr t
per." Foley Kidney Rlemedy mak.i P m for t his KIema
We have a stone crusher at work in Ocala. and are prepared to do all healthy kidneysl,.v c.rrtts rinary 'r- THE JILT
kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations. make Cement Blocks. Cement retgularitits. and tn s up the, whole,
Brick, Build Sidewalks. Artificial Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make system. Sold by all druggists. (Full Reel)
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better than brick, and
are ebeaper. Warehouse and Crusher on I-. C. L. Railroad Track, North of Messrs. Ed Matrshall. R,,olwrt Fos- THE WAY OF HAPPINESS
romdEry. not and Tom Mc'aahagin, of Lake
,Weir. returned today from a week's EDDIE IS A REAL LIVE WIRE
---- fishing at crystal River. They wer,-
T M very suc('Tssful. THE SICILIAN FAMILY
dol digest all the food you eat, for Admissia 10 ed S nts


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

The weird and picturesque (under
P favorable conditions) Oklawaha river.
T witnessed a harrowing tale of misad-
PR E 7 N E W WOODMEN MEET THIS EVENING. v-nture last night. Mephisto and
SNietune joined forces and gave three
M 'Filing cases at the Ocala News 'Co. ,f cala's leading citizens the time of
their lives. The unvarnished facts
Waukesha' Clinaer Ale at Ballard- .. r.- a allows, :
Judge Jorelph Bell. Col. OtLS Green
F L M UY **MIr Ed McElmTnrrnvy ,f N.-w Y..rk and, c'atain Iveorge Maughs went to
is a guest of the csral.t H luse. Silv.-r Springs late yesterday after-
nroon in the judge's car, and at the
1FnR PRENT A large pasture close springss embarked in Judge Bell's and
My line of elegant new Fall Milliery, In. Apply at this office. Fmmet Robinson's joint ownership
launch fr a run down the river of an
S embracing Hats, both trimmed and un- Mr M. ishel i con lnni, to hi bed hur ..r t. rs.
S with rheumatism in hlis shoul.r. It was dark and Captain Maughs
trimmed, Trimmings of all kind's, Rib. w s., acting g as looikout while the judge
Phone the (',urt Pharma-. We l.-rate-d th.- wheel and throttle and
bon, Flowers, Feathers, Veiling and ,send for. fill :nd de-liver your pre- I,, 4t,.-en sat amidship; enjoying the
.criptions promptly. iTi... The r iver is the crookedest
ornaments, is coming in every day. .tret:-m in the world and it is hard
M r W.B. B. .alhus of Dunn.lion is en,.ugh to keep off the bank at some
Formal announcement of the opening at the Mont-rzuma. ,f th,. sharp. turns in the daylight.
mu'h less a ,lalk night. A bed of
of the new fall goods will be made in a FOR RENT-House on Fort King hi. ,inthb was struck. The boat
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee stuck and the propeller became foul
short time. Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips. with th,. weeds.
The Orala Hou.. had -_ arrival 'h-n the boat was finally freed
yotrday anti 6 th,- ( b-,r. with the strain put on the engine and
CM I ylterday and 36 the day' ber" the extra application of gasoline, the
C. Davis a .. or Jacksonvll. machinery became flooded with dan-
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75c. gerous fluid and took fire from a
hand $7 .0 p e wr t.e r r bb spark from the batteries or a cigar
Next to Munroe & Chambliss Bank eac; 7.50 p doze and n a few seconds the stern of the
Mr. Grant M('all of N.w Y Trk is boat was a mass of flames. The boat
Sgust of te ala i euse, r was close to shore but the bank was
a guest of th Ocala House. a pd E o
-----------------very steep. Every one "slipped" or-
--WANTED-A good young man to board and they say some of the
take order and deler goods. Apply manner of goings were not dignified.
MRS JESSIE HACRAFT MRS. ELMER DCAMP take orders an dlier goods. Apply Judge Bell fought the flames until
the tire was eating its way un the
Frpipe to the gasolene tank in the bow.
Sa guest R. f. Cm of ,hit Springs. when he. too. took to the water and
Se the boat sunk. her entire after part
LHave you sen the new visible Fay- ewing turned to the water's edge.
Shoes typewriter? R C. Davis & Co., Judge Bell's arms and hands are a
SholAs typewriter? Ie. C. Davt&,Co.mass of cuts and burns from his fight
S AR RIVING general agents. ith the fire.
SThe narty then went nnto a little
Mr. D. R. Sutton of Mount Sterling, tlusock, where they sat until day-
Ky., is a guest of the Ocala House. light when they waded to the shore.
quite a distance through the marsh
Our Mrs. Hayeraft has bouht our splendid line of handsome and stylish FOR SALE-My house: the best and secured a conveyance back to the
corner location in Ocala on the mar- springs. The gentlemen have been
fall millinery and the new goods ire arriving dally. We have an especially kt Address B. J. Potter. iokf all day abut their len leasan
pretty line of imported and domestic trimmed hats In the most beautiful experience but take good naturedly.
shapes. Also all styles and a great range of prices in untrimmed shapes. Mrs. J. H. Walters had as her guest it is ine that no man would care to
Our stock of plumes, bought early before the recent advance in price, will ye-sterday. Mrs. Hall of Coleman. undergo.
be the flnet ever shown here. Also the new style willow plumes, the new- The wreck of the boat will be rals-
R. C'. Davis & Co., of Jacksunvlle. ed.i and the machinery at least recov-
est thing. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all will sell any make of second-hand ered and used again. and it is possible
kinds. Mrs. Haycraft silnt three weeks in the markets of the east study- typewriter, upon easy terms if desired. that the hull can be repaired.
nlg the styles and making the selections in person*and we feel safe ild say-
nlg we have this fall just what the people of Ocala and Marion county will d ught Aalee Edards tMrs. JrighI "PAID IN FULL"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn I.
appreciate. Come in and see the new goods. Fdwards Is a vry sik person.
pprc t 'ome in and see the new goos. Edwards, is a very ik I.rson. "Paid in Full." novelized from Eu-
Picture puzzle post cardm at the gene Waltem's great play by John
Ocala House. W. Harding. which the Star has been
SHayc rft & DeCrunning serially in the Saturday issue
Mr. Killer of Holder was in town ,of the aperer will. beginning Monday,
. .- .... today in his car. be continued from day to day. a chap-
ter being printed each afternoon.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 2Sc. the bottle, Only two chapters of this story
Sat the Postoffice Drugstore.. have appeared and thinkin g that
some of our readers may have missed

M O N T E Z U M A T E business trip to Jacksonville yester- with the frst chapter Monday after-
Sday non and print a chapter in the paper
M W. T PI TE TAR N JON R wEw each day until the whole has appear-
Mrs. 'has E. Taylor came down ed. For the benefit of those who have
Sf l y i trL fr from Jacksonville yesterday. and is. I'en reading the story already, the
StCm erd I S y thae guest of Mr.. A. Norwod. third chapter will appear tomorrow,
the fourth chapter appearing Thurs-
If the glare of the sun hurts your day. and so on.
eyes, get a pair of smoked 'glasses "Paid in Full" is a story of absorb-
from us for 25c. The Postoffice Drug- ing interest and proved a phenome-
store. nal success in dramatic form. For
two seasons it has been produced in
A, .G S Mr. IR. W. Edward. f Cry-tlWl itv- the leading theaters of the country
Sr. is among the arrivals of Lstani continues to win popular plaudits.
r. irrisals of lst
Night at the Ocala Hous.e.o The. features which make It power-
The public demonstration of the working of the Burglar night at the Ocal House fiu as a play are no less potent in
the serial. Readers of the Star should
Alarm System, installed by the Electrio- Protection Company We want your prescription work not miss it.
ad are prepared to offer you the mostnotmi
of Minneapolis, Minn., in our bank, has taken- place, and skilled liharmlacists and the Ipurest of
drugs to compound them. Tydings & KENTUCKY HORSES FOR SALE
we wish to thank our patrons and friends for the interest company.
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
they have manifested in this op-to-date improvement. bred horses at my place at Evinston.
SMr. R. E Holt.rt of Chattanooga. Fla., for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
a salesman fr an overalll house, is at
M uur & Ch AMolniu. m spent two months around my old home
The M uuroe & h nh iSS Bank Monteu" a. at Lexington, Ky.. selecting this stock
From the farms. This stock has been
Three cents will fan you for ten carefully selected and bought for spot
-.. .. - hours. Get one of those c-ach Wes- cash direct from the stock raisers. I
Ttinghons" ans frorm H. W. Tucker. am in position to save money to pur-
~ rL C.\ '. D n of IIin il.chasers of good horses. Address, L
Mr. C. W. DeMartln. of Gain villp. H. WillhR, Jr.. Evinston, Pla.
the revenue collector for this district.
is a guest of the Montezuma.
& Are you troubled with dandruff? Not a single 'phone has burned In a
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic, house in Ocala. A telephone is better
of Central Florida at the Court Pharmacy. than insurance. In case of burglars or
of Central loridXaU fire you need quick action. You get
Mr. A. McAdams of Cincinnati. a that day or night with a telephone.
AmB f Hduc Ol Reiable W a= -----. L--.a f i prominent real estate man. is at the Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
aS--- Montezuma. vance. Ocala Telephone Co.
m4 CI-aR.- cirred at a- tes.


cry pound of it guaran-
teed to he the best that

can be made from soft

winter wheat.

elusively by

Sold ex.




A five-passenger automobile, two.
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.


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

A well trained, thoroughly broke.
pointer dog. for sale, cheap. Apply at
86 West Broadway. Ocala, Fla.

At tihe plant of the Florida Packing
and Ice Co.. Ocala, Fla.


Da r d dr
nllnYatml hf nbiei

Ten years experience. References,
any music teacher In Ocala, any
music house In Jacksonville. 'Phone
328. A. M. Lansford. city. l-8-tf


I will sell 400 to 500 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
$1.50 a cord at del t. Address C. E.
Foglestrom. Montague. Fla.


Edgar N. Rayliss. a merchant of
Robinsonville, Del., wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick, and
coughed all the time and if I did not
have consumption, It was near to it.
I commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-


An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
fan that Is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elee-
tricity in ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

:is name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wil
steal your health away. If he aplwars
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may
mean consumption if you don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25c. 50c and $1 per bottle.
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.
C. K. Sage, Secretary.

Conventions held every Mon-
day evening in Castle Hall
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
NO. 288
B P. O. 0E.
SMeets second Tuesday
f evening in each month
until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett. Secretary.
1. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
I. 0. O F. meets ev-
ery Tuesday evening
in Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
ways wt Icome.
W. L Colbert. N. G.
M. M. Little. Secretary.


NO. 1814 F. O. E.

High grade Flour.

Joe Thomas of Sparr and Jack Mc-
Ciily. of Berlin, two sturdy tillers of
the soil, were callers In town today.

Sheriff J. P. Galloway made a quick
trip to Tampa yesterday for a batch of
Mr. Alien Bridges left this morning
on a convalescing tour and the pre-
sumption is that he is headed for
Lynchburg. Va.. to receivE the con-
dolence of Mrs. Bridges.

Mrs. E. A. HIckson of Lake City.
returned with her niece. Miss L aile
Moore. yesterday. Mrs. Hickson came
to superintend some needed repairs on
the old Benjamin house on Oklawaha
avenue. of which she is now the owner.




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A Splendid Subjet to k Mh-m
the Air Deme ThM Evenel
John Hale and Frank Adams have
become staunch friends at college, ad
the day of separation, at the ead
the course, was a sad one. partlelarly
for Frank. when he discovered that his
little crippled sister had fallen deeply
in love with Jack. Jack goes out ateo
the world, meets and becomes aitft
with Miss Dorothy Kirk. a cold ad
heartless beauty. Dorothy had ert.-
ed herself to several worthy yang
men. but her caprlelousness had eam-
ed her to throw them aside, ao whea
she is sought by Jack Hale we feel
that .he has at last found her aliaity.
They are engaged and the ataltioa
sealed with a ring, but the um-
change of heart comes, and this time
on the day of their to-be a1utiaa.
when Jack receives the following note:
"Mr. Jack Hale. Dear Sir-Am sorry
to write I can not marry you today or
ever. Pardon my decision until the
last moment, but better late than nev-
er. Dorothy Kirk." At the same time
r-turning his ring. Humiliated and
crushed. Jack stood in his wedding
clothes, hardly realizing thecruel truth.
From that moment a change comes
over him. the noble, manly, courageous,
fellow becomes in spirit a weeklnla
Down, down he goes. disappointed, dis-
couraged 'and distred, until we find
him simply a drink-devastated, ema-
ciated human frame, as he enters a
saloon to buy a driak. As he s seated
at one of the tables, he glances over a
newspaper and an article strikes his
eye announcing the marriage of his
college chum, Frank Allison. to Miss
Dorothy Kirk on that afternoon. Rush-
ing from the place on vengeance bent,
he makes his way to Prank's home to
give him the awful note she had sent
him some time before, but when he
seets Prank so radiantly happy he de-
cides to hold his peace and crushes the
note in his hand out of sight. Prank
upon seeing his awful plight prevails
upon him to stay. As he leaves for
the adjoining room he drops the note,
which Prank picks up and reads. He
now realizes the cause of his chum's
condition, and in an instant his love
turns to hate. so he resolves to pay
her back in her own coin. He writes a
note, identical in-wording with her,
addressing It "Miss Dorothy Kirk"
Signing it "Prank Allison." Feigning
Illness, he dispatches it by Jack, who
assumes it an excuse for illness. In
he rushes in the midst of the wedding
throng. You may imagine the scene.
Here Jack unwittingly wreaks ven-
geanee. On Jack's r turn to Frankt he
finds little sister Mary's hand held out
helpiengly to him.


Mr. P. A. Stamps has been checked
in as manager for the Ocala office of
the Singer Sewing Machine Co.. who
has an office and display room in the
Montezuma block. Mr. Stamps will
have the Ocala and surrounding ter-
ritory and will carry a much larger
stock of goods that the office has for-
merly done. He is a good business
man, a born salesman and will make
the company a splendid atent

Miss Jean Teague and her little
brother, Master Frank, who have been
the guests of their aunt. Mrs. E. T.
Porter. returned to their home at
Lady Lake today.

Mrs. J. W. Pearson returned from
Woodmar today, where she spent a
few days as the guest of Mrs. R. .

Mr. Henry Dombrook of Montague.
was In the city today and made-the
Star office a pleasant call. subserlb-
ing for the paper.
Joe Davir. the successful Summer-
field farmer and trucker, was a busl-
ness visitor to the city yesterday.

Mr. Claude Campbell. local agent for
the Standard Oil Co., is up from a
week's sickness.

Miss Dixie Pillans'of Electra, Is the
guest of her brother, Mr.-Lewis PIl-
l:in.s nld wife.

Miss Annie Louise Shoeflin of Tam-
pa. is the guest for a few days of Mr.
and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood.

Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor are at
Sarasota enjoying the excellent ish-
ing at that place.

Thwe he

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Work GOuwmted and P rim Uit

W. F. Marlw, PirGsplr
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P. O. 4.L OCAa, IVA.
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Offers the verr bet mSwi ad
killed workam with mnomer aW
Pwame. StrcUty mtary. uertt
feau, electric n man
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Plans and 8 pclloattlom Futaet
Upon RequMLt

Dr. W. H. RusselLa orm tecer
for 0 years In the Qrarlmvile se-
tlon. but hter at Starke and Jaaper.
will teach this year at P'Fe adam a.
Mrs. Robert Kaiser and chlre *
have gone to Hastings to Jo01 Mr.
Kaiser and make their future bome.

One of the handsem t sal beat l.-
cated bomes on the east side of Lake
Weir. Good houses, orange grove amd
p' nt yof land: cheap for Cea. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, city.


All kinds of hair work do Ol-
faction guaranteed. Harriet Hl, 213
North Magnolia street.

Wanted, an engert roman to rvwo
Ice wagon, deliver and collect. Apply
to Florida Packing & Ice Co.. ity.

FOR SALE-Harvard plan, m ear
new; $125 easy terms. A. M. Las-
ford. phone 321, Ocala.

A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sald house
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms. Apply to P. W. Ditto. city.

On Fort Ki g avenue, ee of the most
modern and convenient resldeamee l
the city. Apply to 139 Port King av-
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples ad
blotches like Foley's Orlo Luaative
for Indigestion. stomch and liver
trouble and habitual cusllpatieo.
Cleanses the system ad is peasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.

I am prepare to take amy Job of
painting. no matter bow lgs or how
small, or how one the work desired
may be. I have ehe materIal, brsh
and knowledge to paint and do II
right Houses painted inside and em
Grainlng, gilding, ard li s sbiagr
varnishing and lettering adi dg
painting. Taste and skill gm at eed.
Address P. 0. Box 135. or leaw wed
at the Star office. K. W. Plyaw,
Ocala. F. l.
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Card Signs Designed and Made. Paperhanging a Spec-
Waity. New Mirrore Made and Old Ones Re-silvered, Glawm
Frosting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Re-
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-prices a little lower."

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stock holders and directors to be Christian. Rev. R. R. Mason: Western
held at Ocala on the first Tuesday Lq tlltahle Christian. Rev. D. M. Baxter. A. B..
in October of each year. The busi- D. D.: Lincoln Bulletin. S. J. John-
ness of the company shall be con- son, D. D.. presiding elder St. Peters-
ducted by the following named of- L burg district: The Voice of Missions.
fliers until those elected at the first|I Afl' Pf SPlAIV Rev. E. C, Deas; Times-Ulon, George
annual election shall be qualified. Li As Usur V McSoitJ A. Lewis: Metropolis, Kate PhIllips:
to-wit: Joseph Bell, president; D. Banner. George Slass: Star, Pearl An-
Wilber Tompkins, vice president; R. TO f| U iHe Slates derson: Sunday Morning Band Jour-
R. Carroll, secretary; R. L. Keating. nal. Mrs. A. E. Graham; Leesburg
treasurer. Lookout, Mrs. P. I. Alridge: Alliance.
VI. Charity Herns; Florida Labor Temple,
The highest amount of indebted- "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" E. L. Harris.
ness to which the corporation can at Afternoon, September th
any time subject itself is, twenty-five MISS FLORIDA CONDON Song service led by the convention
Resident Agent. 'hoair.
VII. wpenlng hymn by Rev. J. L. Moore.
The names and residences of the -- D. ).. presiding elder Tampa district.
subscribers and the amount sub- Prayer, Rev. A. Scott. D. D., presid-
scribed by each, are as follows: L. ALEXANDER ing elder Palatka district.
Joseph Bell. Ocala, Fla.. 10 shares. scripture lesson. Rev. J. L. Moore.
D. Wilber Tompkins, Ocala, Fla.. Practical Ti. D.. presiding elder Tampa district.
10 shares. Singing by the choir.
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla., 10 sADmoCBc Am Mll ICD Reports of the different leagues.
shares. MRIElTLR NWU DUILUER Address by Rev. J. R. Scott. Sub-
R. L. Keating. Ocala, Fla., 10 J 'et. "Sabhath Observance." which he
shares. Careful estimates m m e on all ably discussed and when he was
H. M. Hampton, Ocala, Fla., 10 contract work. toes more and bet. through we were all Inspired to Vay
shares. ter work for the money than any ,ore attention to our Sundays In
In witness whereof the said in- otber contractor in own. Ocala. He brought so many good

I corporators have hereunto set their
hands and seals this the 19th day uf
August, 1909.
Joseph Bell. (seal)
D. Wilber Tompkins, (seal)
R. R. Carroll, (seal)
R. L. Keating,. (seal)
I H. M. Hampton. (seal)
SState of Florida.
;County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me the
undersigned authority, Joseph Bell.
:D. Wilber Tompkins, R. R. Carroll.
R. L. Keating and H. M. Hampton, to
me well known to be the parties de-
scribed in and who executed the fore-
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things to our sight. or rather opened
our eyes to so many things that could
be left off by each of us and be Just
as happy. Dr. Scott. come to us


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

In the District Court of the United

N, Pesat.
L. c. DOOsRBA, as. ang |
TCH. Teller.



and luccessful men and womea of
Ing territory.
.r customers represent the men sad
building successful enterprises.



ore the merchts, the professional
me city, the farmers of the surround
We Ccommodste all clause. Ou
eis who have buiallt sa4 are tlt
We solicit a haro or your bustn


ased Reef W Soon be Weoth Its _FRNISH POWER FOR ATLANTA
Weight I Silrver Athens. Ga., bept. 10.-The
Chicago, Ill., Sept. 10.-The best Messrs* Moss of this city, owners of
grades of dre ssedbeef reached a the Tallulah Falls property, or at
level that has not been attained in least the majority portion of It, I y pp of DC
years, when prices of o. I ribs and hare sold the water power there toIso 6 I Qq-of Doc
loins were raised I I-2 and Z centsthe Atlanta Power Company for cry because a lst of i
respectively. bringing No. 1 ribs to T lss MoS 0 in plain English. More thai
IS cents per pound and No. 1 loins The Messrs. Moss retain the prop-
to 21 cents per pounded I eorty with the exception of the water its supCrior worth as a blood
A year ago the same grade of ribs power. The company purchasing the curt of stomach dsordet
sold at 17 1-2 cents a pound, while the power will develop 18,000- n -down system as no otbh
loins were quoted at 18 1-2 cents. wer. the gre Atlanta. Aof wirch The active tl pr
Packers claim that the shortage line will be built from Tallulah to Seal and Queen's root, Ston
in receipts of cattle was responsi- Gainesville to connect with the line d Bc1 hrryb r
ble for the increased cost of dressed and Black Cthtrit am t
beef products, and to substantiatealready running from that city toandclac irarel
their products, anrefered to thesubstantiate Atlanta. It is expected that this de- c T Cy pure tiplke
titics compiled by the union Stock elopmnt will start soon. Send to Dr. V. Pier
Yards and Transit company, show- which quotes extracts front
ing a falling off of approximately AMMUNITION IN HIS APPENDIX sUCh as D Bartholow, K
:for the yea to date of a Newark. N. J.. Sept. 10- Jacob host of Others, showing th
Deisler has been going aroivd with for their curative action in ;
SNARROW ESCAPE is vermiform appendix loadt-4 with
A NARROW ESCAPE bird-shot witbh nt know, it panied by indigestion or dys
Edgar N. Rayliss. a merchant of remained for ^ complaints and in all wastet
Robinsonvile. Del, wrote: "About two hospital today to lCr u ns fish and gradual running dc
years ago I was thin and sick. and of No. 8 birdshot at, 'iey h.l -ut t
coughed all the time and if I did n tt out the loaded appendix. They did
;havc- consumption, it was near to It. not find any powder, percussion Th "GOMW M NOD
I commenced using Foley's Honey ani caps or gun wads.
Tar. and it stopped my cough, and Now Deisler is all right again and Am I f9WP
now I am entirely well. and have gain- his friends joke him about the am-
ed twenty-eight pounds, all due *o munition he carried about so long ICoVIli F
good results from taking Foley's without knowing it. The supposi-
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug- tion is that he swallowed the shot rp W
gists. while eating rabbits, of which he is
exceedingly fond. Md Old *pMD MWl
LOCISIANA NS DROWN In treating old running sore
And Proposed Chater of Gar- A NEGRO RAPIST Dr. Pierce's All-Healng So
age & Supply compRy. r. rcs A-eAn
The undersigned intending and Rayville. La.. Sept. 10-News stock, send fifty cents in p
proposing to organize a corporation reached here last night that Henry gical Institute, Buffalo, N
under the general laws of the State Hill. a negro, who yesterday at- ou b return pot.
of Florida, relating to corporations tempted to criminally assault Miss you by return pos
for profit, hereby make and publish Nettle Jones near Maigham, in You can't afford to ac
the following articles of incorpora- Franklin parish, was captured by medicine OI KNOWN COMPi
tlon and proposed charter: infuriated citizens and drowned in a make a little bigger prolt.
I. creek near the scene of his attempt- nt a r o e rnt
The name of this corporation shall ed crime. can't afford to expement
be, Ocala Garage & Supply Company, Miss Jones had gone for a walk, for wiVHt t &Wm e.
and Its principal place of business aclomlpanied by a little boy, when
shall be at Ocala. In Marion county, the negro attacked her. Her Dr. Pierce s Pleasant I
Florida. screams and the cries of the boy S *-COatcd, tiny granules,
xi. frightened the negro away.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the company is, KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
to own, lease or otherwise acquire
automobiles, naphtha launches, and A merlcless murdtlerr is appendicitis ATLANTIC COAST LINE
all kinds of self propelling motor with many victims. But Dr. King's
vehicles and machines; operate and New Life Pills kill it by prevention. 3 1an 04.-Los Angeleous and San
carry on a general garage business. They gently stimulate stomach. lIv'r Limit October 31. Variable routes
and own and otherwise acquire all and bowels, preventing that clogging and stopovers.
machinery, tools, implements and that Invites appendicitis. curing con- S5940-Seattle. Washington. Variable
parts necessary and proper to be stipation. billiousness. chills, malar;;. routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
used in the repair of gas or gasolene headache and indigestion. 25c at all ber 1.
engines, automobiles, launches and druggists. For further information call on or
I other self propelling motor vehicles; write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
buy and sell all kinds of self A HOPELESS WRECK J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A- Tampa. Fa.
propelling motor vehicles or ma-
| chines, and all kinds of sup- Chicago, Sept. 10.-A wreck. men- ALLEN C. E LEAGUE
plies Incident to or used In the re- tally and physically. Alice Webb --
pair of such machines or vehicles, Duke, the woman who was recently The second annual convention of the
and to act as the agent for other divorced from B. L. Duke. the million- Allen Christian Endeavor League of the
companies dealing in such machines. aire tobacco manufacturer. has been A- M. E. church was called to order at
vehicles or supplies; rebuild or con- committed to the asylum Aor the In- 10 a. m.. Sept. 9th, by State Superin-
struct all kinds of self propelling sane at Kankakee. Ill. tendent Rev. J. W. Dukes. -D. D.
I motor vehicles, machines or boats; The once brilliant woman is a cor- Singing and song service by tlif
own, lease, or otherwise acquire plete wreck. Brought before a jury choir.
tools, implements and machinery for of physicians for examination here Hymn No. 15, by Rev. 8. J. John-
the construction of hard roads, and yesterday morning. It required but ten son, ). D., presiding elder of the St.
construct and build hard or maca- minutes of questioning to convince Petersburg district
damized roads in Florida; operate them that she was hlolpelessly insane. Prayer by Rev. P. S. Cowens.
lines of automobiles in Ocala, and Hymn No. 10. by Rev. A. Scott, D.
surrounding country, for the carriage HAVE YOU A BABY D., presiding elder Palatka district.
of passengers; own real estate and Then watch it closely. And above Scripture reading Prov. Ilth chap-
such personal property as sla neces- all things don't let It tsufer for any ter, by Rev. A. J. Kershaw. D. D., pre-
sary or incident to the above busi- length of time with worms-tlint if slding elder Monticello district.
ness. and in general do and perform fatal. If its complexion gets yellow blngiing by the choir.
any and all business that is necessary and pasty, if it is listless. cross or Roll call with 46 delegates answer-
and incident to the automobile and peevish, g.ts thin., suffers with tlatu- ing present.
garage business that is not incon- lence give it Whites Cream Vermifuge The message of the state superln-
sistent with the purpose of this char- The only cure that never fails and has tendent. Rev. J. W. Dukes. D. D, which
ter, or the laws of the State of Flor- no bad effects. Sold by all druggists, was inspiring from beginning to end.
Ida. ______ The message was full of Information
III. for leaguers and citizens. In his mes-
The amount of capital stock author- sage he gave us a full report of the
sized is the sum of five thousand dol- good work that the leaguers are doing
lars, which shall be divided into five all over the state. We are proud to
ten dollars each, which shall be paid "I tried al kinds of blood remdipoint to such a man as Rev Dukes
an in cash, ten per cent. of bhich which failed to do me a, S 1 b 1 I being our leader as young people.
will be paid in at the first meeting of found the right thing at ha. y Rev..7. R Scott and others were In-
the subscribers to this proposed bCC ? fall Cf jiuinpiesano b rdued Tohe on ventio n. Lea
charter After taking Cascarets they al left. I am A Iaaper. "The A. C. E Lague, a
chaer. I.-tniug the ue of them ad eooa- Training School for Church Work," by
The term for which the corpora- lmyoa f'in Mei ss Birntch of Leesburg which waso b
tion shall exist is twenty-five years. W ha I ri the morning. fl of Instruction. The discussion of
V. PredC.Witten,76ElmSt.,NewarkN.J. Dean. Jacksonville district, followed
The business of the corporation by Mrs. Heard, Mrs. Payne and Mrs.
shall be conducted by a president. Tin RkLasol s'. b A. Graham.
vice president, a secretary, a treas- c.2Se.Sfe. New soida bulk. TIeas These are'the reporters to the dif-
urer, a and a board of not less than l dere stmpd C CC. Ouanrdto ferent papers: Christian Recorder,
five directors, who shall be elected O" Q RJeis ov A. J.7 Kershaw, D. D.. presIding
at the regular annual meeting of the -- -- ld Montlcello district: Southern

m" eawpt Oa- 0el0 as sc M-02 j utfl _
miA o~ or We mlem are ueed AdAhL
s, or ulcers, it is well to insure their healing to to the
Ive. If your druggist don't happen to have th S
stage stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel ad Sr |
Y., and a large box of the "AU-Healing Salve" will i 1

cept a swcr nostrum as a substitute for this n a l
siiON,not even though the urgent dealer may r
Though he offers the substitute for a less price $Wfr
with your health. Go where they give you what you ta

Pdelts r te and invigorate stomach, liver and h. '. a
easy to as candy.
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Sought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fsh. The Medt Cem
plate Place of Its Kind in the Country. Re-nwmodld l d
Up-To-Dte. First Class Restaurant in Cemestiotn. First
Meals and Reasonabl Board to We*kly Coutome

Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Boug 1:.
and Sold.

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P. 0. Box No. 652

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b y to figure if you know wh tor yido=& ,-
6 word. Kodol keeps thet dtmcb at par vdio r:
by aming good digstion. Kodol cues Dysppaa .a

Kodol tansur good dlgetloa by to spedal effort by "tobslcs"
absolutely dupntJUg Nature's "Wt-mlt- doesn't cure aayC
aonM- process In perfectly diest- or accomplish any good. Ni r
teg all food takeA into the tom does dieting. IslBg'stloa gd a
ark. serious a te whiUeh It t1 --
While Kodol t do in thi. the can be averted sad eonreted
stmach Is tresting-and becoming by natural mes.
strong and healthy. A strong sad Kodol supplies this agg
althy stomach guarastes a means. It perform the M INMM-
*souad ad active brain. wy for It-smt as tdo hso-
The ua vith a sound Stomach should pform t-whI tb OW
tomach that Is doing for the aeh tak a tt rrS .iI r tBI
body just what Nature intended stomah' sake
It to do-Is the man who Is always Ourw GOaf
prepared for any emergency. Hie n 0 1 j - -
to otherr with the goods." t r e1ft rs -- o TMII
Tbhe man with a deick stomach, is utoIr meat el s a s
a aa sick a over. Whe theo 'lry. 't16h a"LI
good roam an bow* so
stomach Is Irritated by undigested S wtu Iyas "or --2
beod. the blood sad heart are dl- er ." S2LO I Wa
ractly a ecbed. Thea dullness, ura- *al bereIkarDm%,s
astural sleeptoess, sicktoadaches, ThIs r eaus tasess gmiI& I
vertigo and fanating spells. and o'"Mh00i Laest.Io'
even serious brala trouble develop. eat botae.
Kodol will preheat these. Kodol Is prepared at t S -
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aor Scrie's GoldA Msaded Dhs
ediets composg it is prated are

d-pur and umora towitcam= .
rs and H liver ws. It bdup d
r tonic can in which alcohol is
ples of native roots such as Goldsa
e root and Mandrake root, Bloodroot
etracted and preserved by tdie e of
d glycerine
ce at Buffalo, N. Y.,for frn booklet
Swell-recognaed meicar authorities
ing, Scuddr Co Eliagwod and a
t thee roots can be depended upon
all weak states of the stomach, accoma
ipepsia as well as in all bilious or liver
ting diseases" where there is loss of
Own of the strength and system.

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