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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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: VID03269
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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New TYom. Sept. IL--
the rorgsanstloa of t
Air Lime sysm, which
public some time age b
er, was declared operate
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emmittee wa held int
treoevers and a majority
belng represented.
The time for the de
boead of the company ui
wa extended from Sept
date originally set, to O(
The improvements
will now be carried into
tone of the meeting was
ful optimism.


DMUI HOWSS TIS
We offer.*,ne Hundred Dollar e-
ward for an case of catarrh that an-
not be cureer by Hall's Catarrh r -.re.
e Depeited F. J. Cheney & Co,
0We, the n Toledo, 0.
We the undermine have known
menee F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in aO
rhe plans for business transactions and fnanctally
he Seaboard able to carry out any obligations made
Were made by his irm.
y the receiv- Waldlng, Kinnan A Marvin
Ive yesterday. Wholele Druggists Toledo, 0.
organization Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
this city, the aly, acting upon the blood and mM-.
of the stock cons surfaces of the system. Testi~
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
eposit of the tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Halsr
under the plan Family Pills for onstipation.
tmber 4. the -


october L
contemplated
effect. The
one of cheer-


THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
was men In the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H.L Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fled all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, -who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his
mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bil-
tern completely cured him." For erup-
tions, eczema, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders, and rheumatism
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only 50c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
MEXICANS ARE SENSITIVE
American Hurt Their Feelings $s
Worth by Painting His Dog
Green
Oaxaca. Mexico. Sept. 1.-The case
of J. M. Eaton, the American assayer
who hurt the feelings of the Mexicans
here by using the colors of their flag
in the decoration of his pet dog on
San Ramon's Day, was closed yester-
day when he was fined $25 following
his confession.
Eaton admitted ordering his ser-
vant to paint the dog red, white and
green, but said he did so with the idea

of producing an amusing curiosity
and without reflecting that the colors
employed were of the national ban-
ner. He expressed regret at his act
and paid the fine without protest.
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.
MAURETANIA CAN MOVE
Has Cut the Eastern Passage Down
to 107 Hours
New York. Sept 11.-The Cunard
Line steamship Mauretania, which ar-
rived late yesterday afternoon from
Liverpool again broke the record for
the eastern passage. She made the
trip from Queenstown in four days,
eleven hours and thirty-five minutes.
HAVE YOU A BABY
Then watch it closely. And above
all things don't let it suffer for any
length of time with worms-that if
fatal. If its complexion gets yellow
and pasty, if it Is listless, cross or
peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu-
lence give it White's Cream Vermifuge.
The only cure that never fails and has
no bad effects. oold by all druggists.

A RUDE AWAKENING
Man Run Over by a Train While
Walking in His Sleep
Huntlngton, W. Va, Sept. 11.-
While walking in his sleep last night
W. N. Gwlnn, a traveling salesman of
Charleston, W. Va., was struck by a
Chespeake and Ohio freight train and
injured so badly he died shortly aft-
erwards.

IOLLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New ife Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con-
stlpation, biliousness, chills, malaria,
headache and indigestion. 25c at all
druggists.
CANCER KILLED THE
RAILROAD KING
Vienna, Sept. ll.-Professor Adolf
Struempell, the Viennese specialist,
whom the late E. H. Harriman came
to Europe to consult, now says that
when he say Harriman in July he
diagnosed his complaint as canqpr.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayllss, a merchant of
Robinsonvile, Del, wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and it I did n t
have consumption, It was near. to It.
I commenced using Foley's Honey ani4
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and
bpow I am entirely well and have gapl-
e twenty-eight pounds, all due *o
a results from taking Foley's
Honermand Tar." Sold by all drug-
gisat. \
HARNESS MENDED


Harness ( all kinds mended or new
part made where desired. Also saw
anfg done. A ply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins & A bb's stables.


A GRAVE ALLEGATION
Sperintendent of the Western Union
at Philadlphia Arrsted for Wire
Tapping
Philaelphia. Sept. 11.-Charges that
he has conspired to furnish stock quo-
tations sent from Chicago and New
York over private wires of the West-
ern Union company to persons who
were not entitled to receive them.
through the medium of tapped wires
were made against John P. Altberger,
superintendent of the loci office of
that company, when he returned to
this city yesterday after a month in
Europe. He was arrested by a detec-
tive who had shadowed him from New
York and placed under $5.000 bail.

READ THIS:
Dunnellon. Fla. 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 and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 0 day's treatment in each
bottle.
Do not forget tnat you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glas-
ware at the Ocala News Co.


ICE! ICE!


B kie From Id Wan

They say, but if you will examine
carefully the tee which melts so rap-
Ily you will note that there seem to
be holes in it, that the center sl what
la called "snow Ice," which, being por-
ous, allows It to melt quickly.
"Crystal Ice"
The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as it is possible to make
ice, and is the most economical ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


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Comtracto, and BuMi.L

Plans and Specfications Furnlshed
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In Commeetio With the Hotel Oee

Skilled woramen and courteous at-
tention to all. Special attention to
children.


ELECTRIC MASMAOR

HOT AND COLD WATER


R. A. DEITERICH Prrietor


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PRESSIG CLUB

J. C. IARN Prpdw

Next Door to the Wstern Union
Telegraph Office
Work Called for and Devered Prompt.
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near government building.
Reasonable rates by the
week or month. First-claes


A COU IS EIMLE

teen Germany and Britait and
the Former Pm is Preparing
for the Struggle
Washington, Sept 11.-The report
that brd Northcllffe had expressed
the ov4alon at Winnipeg, Canada,
that wo between England sad Ger-
many in.. 12 is Inevitable; that Ger-
many Is. ,y preparing for the strug-
gle that any's navy is second in
t r I that Krapps are
now ., workmen mak-
ing k ,, ce. e subject of much
comment among officials of the navy
department While none of the oti-
cials of the navy department will al-
low themselves to be quoted, they
said that Lord Northcliffe probably
knows what he is talking about Con-
cerning his statement that Germany's
navy Is second among the navies of
the world, the opinion of officials is
that he is not far from correct.

TWJ MILLION BOTTLES
Of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle Is
lessening suffering and helping some
human being to health and happiness!
This wonderful household remedy
stops the pain of sprains, burns or
bruises. It relieves rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cures colds, cramps,
rolic, diarrhoea. There ought to be a
bottle on your shelves just now. ready
for the first sign cf trouble. The new
size bottle is 35 cents and there is
also the 50 cent size. Be sure your
druggist gives you Perry Davis'. 2
SEABOARD MUST PAY
.Mr. Lane 800 for Not Furnishing
Him With Cars
Jacksonville, Sept. 1 -In the Unit-
ed States court several papers were
filed with the clerk yesterday, the
most Important of which was a de-
cree in the case of T. D. Lane vs the
Seaboard Air Line railway company.
The suit was,listed as an intervention
in the suits now pending against the
railway.
Mr. Lane alleged that the company
had failed to furnish freight cars fol-
lowing his request for the same, and
as a result a crop of watermelons, or
part of the crop, was lost. The ecree
of Judge Locke awards the tomplaln-
ant $800.
TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. Too can't
have good health If your liver Is not
doing its duty-slow but sure poison-
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. Sold by all druggists.
SNAKE'S BITE WAS FATAL
Jacksonville. Sept. 11.- Bitten by a
big rattlesnake while visiting his old
home in Allapaha. Ga.. Philemon W.
Alexander. D. D. S., well known in this
city, died there on Wednesday and
was buried in the family lot yester-
day.
Mr. Alexander had made his home
for a number of years at St. Nicholas,
just across the St. Johns rivet from
Jacksonville. He went to Allapaha.
in Berrien county. Georgia. several
days ago for a visit to his old home.
and was bitten by a rattlesnake while
walking through the woods.

TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center. N. Y., G. B. Burhana,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.
CHUNG SING RELEASED
AND LEON LING ESCAPED
Elsie Sigel's Murder Will Never be
Avenged
New Y the Chinaman, who has been in jail
here as a suspect in the Elsie Sigel
burder case. as he was known to have


witnessed at least a portion of the
tragedy when Leon Ling killed the
young, woman missionary, was releas-
ed from jail yesterday. He furnished
bail to the amount of $500.
IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All thought I'd lose my leg," writes
J. A. Swenson. Watertown, Wis., en
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions,
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores,
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.
BRITISH FLEET WILL PRACTICE
ON THE AMERICAN COAST
N.orfolk. Vs, Sept. 11.-According
to the advices at the British vice con-
sulate, sixteen battleships and crus-
ers of the British navy are to engage
in maneuvers and tactical evolutions
off this coast with Hampton Roads as
their base of supplies.
All supplies. including coal and gen-
eral ires. will be supplied from the
town on Hampton Roads.
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A GREAT" SUMS

The public demonstaton of the working d the
Alarm System, installed by the Detrk Pnsteeln Cmpmy
of Minneapolis, inn,.n our beak, has tam p m
we wish to thank our pat and frWm ds for the iNt
they have manifeted in this atodate impro iqa

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w. MII~~OCALA a VMI TAIURDAY, SEPTUMR It, -1


EVENING STAR

C. L. itn~ r ad R. R Carrl,
Edtors ad PMublisers.
C. L. NuTTIMn cto
S. K. CARROL Susleess M.,w

Marcus Frank's emi-annual sale of
aermhndlse will begin Monday morn-
lag, September 13th. at 9 o'clock. This
wil be an unprecedented sale of mer-
chandlse and the goods are to go ir-
respective of profit wll be a genuine
clearance sale to make room for new
ad fresh goods. Marcus Fra&k's
clearance sales In the past have been
money savers, but this will be more
ao, so here Is the opportunity. If you
do not see In the double-page ad In
the Star what you want, call on Mar-
cus and be will tell you a few thing
that will make you sit up, take notice
and buy a whole lot of merchandise
at prices heard of the Brick
City. The sale will be a record-
breaker ad an event in the commer-
dal life of the Brick City. Note the
date otf oenlng. Sepeber 13th at *
a. a., we wil be Monday.
S Is stnat e that some people, and
sometimes newspaper people, too, al-
ways ee things In some other paper
but not until they are printed In thlir
bome paper. Isn't it strange?-Oc.Ia
Banner.
Now. Brother Harris, there is ro
Epbeslan temple In Ocala, so speak
out In meeting and tell what onu
think, name what you know and cease
your detestable habit of looking wiser
than an owl and playing sir oracle, as
If you were first lieutenant to the
emiscient.

Mr. rank Harris, left this
morning in company with Mesrs.
PhiU Robinson and Donald Schrieber,
tor New York. Mr. Robinson will en-
ter Brown University. at Providence,
RL 1, while Mr. Schrleber will re-
sume his studies at Exeter Academy.
aMd Mr. Harris will take a business
course in the famous Eastman Busi-
mess College. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
wherE so many of Ocala's succe.,ful
business men received their business
training.

The following is the result of the
teachers' examination. Those who se-
cured first grade certificates are E. C.
Boyd. Anthony. who will teach at An-
theny; G. Gary B'ck. who will teach
at Martel; Harry Shaw, who will be
principal of the McIntosh school, and
Miss Edith McIlwaine, Anthony. Those
who secured second grade certificates
are Miss Alta Phillips, who will teach
in the McIntosh school; Miss Ethel
Stanaland. Lake Bryan; Miss Pearl
Kelsey, Stanton: Miss Florence Cook.
Orange Lake, and Cathleen Parra, of
McIntosh.
Captain Crlbbett of St. Petersburg,
Is now regaining his health In Ashe-
wile, N. C. He writes Capt. John H.
Brooks that he came so near death's
door in St. Petersburg that it was a
close calL He had stomach troubles.
could eat nothing and was so weak he
could scarcely walk. Now he can eat
a hearty meal and walk four or five
miles a day. The captain Is well
known In Ocala, having formerly lived
in Marion county and was a extensive
fatmer in the Cotton Plant sectlo. His
daughter. Miss Fay Cribbett. was one
of the bright graduates of the Ocala
High School Class of '07.
Miss Polly McMullen of Clearwater,
Is the guest of Miss Ernestine Brooks.
They were classmates at Sutherland
College and Miss McMullen Is the
bright and accomplished niece of Sen-
ator McMullen of Tampa, the great
temperance advocate and author of
the proposed state-wide prohibition
biD. amending the constitution, to be
passed on next fall by the voters of
the state.

Rev. Harman Martin, of Fort Mc-
Coy, was in town ais morning on his
way to Wildwood. where he goes to
see his daughter, Mi. Mary Curring-
to, who with her husband and sev-
other families will leave for Cal-
tfornia from Wildwood on the 1Sth. In
crowing the continent, the party will
visit Mr. George Martin and family,
who reside at Alpine, Texas. He is a
soe of Rev. Harmon Martin and a
brother of Mrs. Currington.
Will J. May of Kendrick. went to


Tampa this afternoon, where he will
spend a week, when he leaves for
Belthos, Kan., where his wife and
brother-in-law, Charles Murphy, are
visiting friends. Mr. May expects to
be absent three months, and he hads
promised to write the Star some in-
teresting letters about Kansas farm
life.

Miss Bettle McCorley of Boardman,
was In town today. Miss McCorley is
one of the accomplished Marion coun-
ty school teachers, but will teach this
year in Tampa. Marion is sorry to
lose such an excellent teacher, but we
can not blame her for seeking a posi-
tion where the salary is more remun-
erative.

Albert Owen. with the Mclver &
MacKay undertaking parlors, was tel-
egraphed for this morning to embalm
the remains of an infant who died at
Martel. The body was sent off on the
I o'clock train. It was the infant of
Mr. and Mrs. Markham and was sent
to Lake Butler for interment.
Bat Lanier of Lake county, return-
ed yesterday from a visit to Shell Is-
land. where he commun"d with his
friend. E. W. Davis, and gave ear to
the sayings of the sad sea waves. He
had the time of his life.
Mr. Adolph Dame. who had the mis.
fortune to lose his watch fob Thurs-
day night, advertised the same in the
Star and Mr. Sawyer. with the South-
ern Freight Weighing AssOciation,
found the same and seeing the ad. re-
turned the fob to Adolph. who is noW


HARD ROAD TO LAKE WEIR
Two Prtinent Petitions to the Bamrd
of County Commnssionrs
The following petitions speak for
themselves. We print them that those
who have an interest in them can
work the problem out for themselves.
We appreciate the desirability of this
and other roads to have them harden-
ed, but It can only be done with mon-
ey and in this as every other instance
it means money. Its for the taxpayer
to say bow much he is willing to en-
dure for said benefits.
From the Citisns of Ocala
To the Commissioners of Marion
County: Gentlemen-We citizens of
Ocala come before your honorable
body asking that as soon as prac-
ticable you construct a hard road to
Lake Weir, and respectfully submit
the following as our reasons for mak-
ing what we think is a reasonable
request:
L The town of Ocala pays a large
portion of the expenses of this county.
2 The business demands of its cit-
isens require almost their constant
attention.
3. After the wear and tear of a
working year, a change of climate and
scene is almost a necessity. Shall we
be forced to go away from this county
to get It. when but a short distance
from this their town home, made
short by a hard road, there is one of
the most beautiful lakes in Florida.
environed by a picturesque shore and
land contiguous to It with a climate
as salubrious as can be found in the
world.
The undersigned would respectfully
ask, In addition to the above, your
careful consideration of the location
of the proposed connection with Lake
Weir.
The first factor should be the ca-
pacity Jor development and future
taxpaying of the section of country
through which the road may be pro-
jected.
The second, and very important, is
the capacity of the country through
which the road runs to furnish the
material for construction.
Third, the route, other things con-
sidered, should be the most attractive
for our citizens, and also for visiting
strangers.
Fourth, where the road (we would
suggest) approaches north Lake Weir,
if you should select what is known as
the Carney road, and which was laid
out and stumped some years ago as
the most advantageous as to economy
of construction, to give Ocala connec-
tion with the ake, turn to the east
and parallel the lake to Eatlake and
go south.
This project, if carried out, will give
the citizens of Ocala a delightful sum-
mer resort, build up the country thru
which the road goes, and will form an
important link in the good roads
movement through the center of the
state, as a set off against the hard
road enterprises of the east and west
coast people. Respectfully,
Jno. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, H. B.
Clarkson, D. E. Mclver. E. L. Parr.
Marcus Frank. W. D. Richey. Baxter
Cam, A. E Burnett, W. A. TenEyck,
G 8. Scott, T. B. Snyder, J. P. Gallo-
way, J. M. McCorkle. C. O. Harris, LI
8. Beck. The Court Pharmacy, J. H.
Livingston, R. B. Meffert, J. W. Lyles,
F. E. Wetherbee, H. H. Whitworth, A.
S. Bucer, R. O. Connor. Tompkins &
Cobb, J. C. Boozer G. J. Blitch. Sam
Mathews. W. V. Wheeler. B. A.
Weathers. S. H. Blitch. D. A. Miller,
F. G. B. Weihe, J. S. Burke, Sid R.
Whaley, B. Rheinauer, C. Rheinauer,
T. T. Munroe. C. R. Tydings. E. T.
Williams. H. P. Bitting, W. E Wood,
M. C. Crews, Jno. M. Thompson. M.
D., A. R. Toph, Guy Toph, L. Keat-
Ing. E.. Robinson. O. F. Williams,
Joseph Shuford, W. J. Sheridan, Otto
C. Schwartz, W. A. Hendrix Wm. C.
Colbert. W. S. Bullock, Carlos L. Sis-
trunk, T. E. Bridges. A. J. Brigance,
N. Peyser. Joseph Bell. G. T. Maughs.
O. T. Green. Chas. F. Schneider, C. M.
Livingston, O. W. Cordero. Sidney
Haile, G. A. Carmichael. C. Carml-
chael, E. M. Howard, J. W. Sylvester,
G. W. Martin, Wm. Anderson, E. L
Maloney, W. W. Clyattd F. E. Harris,
P. V. Leavengood. Thos. E. Pasteur,
J. O. Dekle. Thos. L Dekle, Olie Mor-
dis. J. L. Engesser. C. H. Hardee, M.
L. Reynolds. Sam Leonard. Geo. C.
Crom, Don Ford, W. A. Knight. J. H.
J. Counts.
From the Young Men
To the Commissioners of Marion
County: Gentlemen-We the under-
signed young men of Ocala, respect-
fully ask that you give us a hard
road to Lake Weir. We are working


boys and our means of enjoyment are
limited. We are boys now, but in a
few years we will be men "behind the
gun" and Ocala's dependent.
On our wheels we can go to the lake
In an hour, and back again to our
work. Put yourselves in our place.
and you can readily understand what
a pleasure the road will bring us.
Respectfully.
C. F. Tarrant. George Peltham. C. D.
Williams, Barney Spencer. Robert
Martin. H. C. Judd. G. W. Martin. Jr.,
M. Gelger. Guy Geiger. Edward Lopez.
J. R. White. B. A. Weathers. Jr.. Wil-
bur Cleveland. E. E. Edwards. W. M.
Barco, W. M. Burton, W. M. Palmer.
Jas. J. Pyles. H. L. Walters. W. M.
Mclntosh. E. M. Williams, Frank
Harris. Jr.. Charles Gates. Ivan La-
nier. Thos. B. Pasteur. W. S. Bullock.
Jr.. Julian Bullock. F. D. Schrieber.
George Huntsman. Ray Galloway. J.
T Rentz. Ward D. Leavengood. M. C.
Izlar. F. E. Vogt. W. H. Marsh. R. L.
Marsh. Jack Galloway. Charles Stand-
ley. Herbert Martin. Wilbur Counts.
S. E. Ausley. J. C. Robinson. Ben
Todd.

Mias Nel!ie Stevens. the accomplish-
ed principal of the primary depart-
ment of the Ocala school, left yester-


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'OU are entitled in buying


clothes, to a most positive


faction.


Every dealer in


Hart Srhaflfier & M.Ik


assurance of your satr 3


our clothes is authorized
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to say this to you:


Every garment made by, and bearing the label f

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


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


cotton added; thoroughly shrunk before cutting; sams


Ssewed with pure silk thread; tailored in clean, sanitary


shops and free from every defect of material or


workmanship.


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More than that:


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The dealer is authorized to say


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


money will be refunded.

Hart Schaffher & Marx


Why Buy Cheap Clothes of Uncertain Value, when You can


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


SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or bow
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. O. Box 135. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tt
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Mr. Albert Fort of Moss Bluff, was
in town today. Mr. Fort is the gen-
tleman whose home has been visited
twice within a week by the angel of
death and two of his lovely young
daughters taken..
Mr. Brantley Weathers, who Is a
student at Amherst College, Mass.,
and has spent his vacation at home,
will leave Monday to resume his stud-
ies. He is one of the bright grad-
uates of the Ocala High School.
Fred Douglass, colored, was convict-
ed this morning for stealing chickens
from Mr. Osteen, and sentenced to
eight months on the road, two months
of which was imposed for impudence
to the court.

SFOR 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!ent yof land; cheap for cash. Apply
to P. W. Ditto, city.


KNIGHT


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Leading Vehicle Dealers,

of Central Florida

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HAIR WORK DONE


The Proof is in the

BREAD


day to spend a few days at Wekiwa T I
.Springs before entering on her school A y ate not a IS
duties.

Rumor is current that the A. C. L it no it's
and S. A. L. railways and the Rentz 0 to b g- *
railroad will build a union depot on titn to gif .
the grounds now occupied by the H.
B. Matters warehouse, near the pres- s fl it exclsivelv


ing

ood

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in


All kinds of hair work done. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212
North Magnolia street.
ICE MAN WANTED
Wanted, an engertic man to drive
ice wagon. deliver and collect Apply
to Florida Packing & Ice Co., city.
FOR SALE--Harvard piano, nearly
new; $12; easy terms. A. M. Lans-
ford, phone 328, Ocala.

HOME FOR SALE
A splendidly located residence on
best street of city, medium sized house.
for sale at low price and on very easy
terms.- Apply to F. W. Ditto. city.
HOUSE TO RENT


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jThe Brush Runabout
s are Interested in or are thinkldn of purchasing a small runabout
t, tle s is nothing for the money o powerful, reliable and possessing such
S tlablg sand saMd-pllling qualttles as the Brush. You can get descrip-
en catalogues by calling on or writing
S.L CARROL, Agat oE r MalA CFonty
STAR OFFICEOCAIA. FLA.
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| Write T. S ABERNtrTHY,

Orlando, Florida.



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7;OO CLINCHER Q.D.CLINCHERI-


WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS
WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO
REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZING DONE
. f PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICES.


SOCALA IRON WORKS, OCALA, FLA




SSPmAL SUMMER COURSE ATT E




Nes. 0 -11-13 Frank lin Stret. Tampa, Fla.
WMI prepare you for a position a Bookkeeper, Assistant Bookkeeper,
tUknogrpher Bank Clerk or Telesra pher. Many of Marion county's bright-
eat yofg m e and women are gradu ates of this Institution and are holding
h and spodslble positions. A ape cial rae of $105.L for a complete
w e, tuition, books, and board and lodging four months. 'Forty ($40)
delr, afor tultfn alone. Enter any t lme. Catalogue and pen specimens free.
L L Sa- mM aler ACe E, bTaw Fla.
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.VIDn S WOODROW
Phone iMS


WM. J. SHERIDAN,
Phone 139


sin & STOuE COIPANY


: OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA.
RUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.
We have a atone crusher at work in Ocala. and are prepared to do all
kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
Brick Build Sidewalks, Artificial Stone Fences, Stone Mantels. We make
MBoclk for Foundations for house work, which look better than brick, and
are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of
S ''t. ndry.









A PURELY VErETABLE COMPOUND.
me a- --Om--- -"CMOgnPATAM DySPzPSA,
w CNILLS A M FMVEM AND ALL LIVER
A M'" A A -MM CUn- for all diseases caused by a TORL-
$A .* One bottle purchased to-day may save you a serious
eok sllM towrrow.


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neater or in which more effective use
of available material bad been made
than that over which Mrs. Emma
Brqpks presided as mistress and fac-
totum.
And Mrs. Brooks herself-how abs
graced it. altogether unconsciously!
As the elder of two daughters of Stan-
ley Harris. who. while not rich. bad
been well to do. she bad been brought
up in the comfort of a good home and
had enjoyed the advantage of an edu-
cation at a private seminary. Her fa-
ther. whose constant companion she
had been and whoee sense of demoe-
racy in the matter of association she
had Inherited. bad adored her. and
when she had given her heart to Jo-
seph Brooks, electing him from among
numerous suitors. Including James


PAID IN


FULL

Novelized From Eogene
Waler's Grat Pay

JOHN W. HARDING

Lc o.o S& CW. siwwau C&
-1

CHAPTER IlL
H E was a sllful -"hlte.t In-
deed who rmt devsed the
bandbox apartment hou mc so
common now In all parts of
New York and must bare sat up many
nights working out how to extricate
the maximum of rent revenue from
the area on wbib be had to at tih
structure.
If there were any flats to Harlem of
smaller dimensions tha O eone of
four rooms occupied by IJr. and Mrs.
Joseph Brooks the most experience
and persistent hunter after a place to
whlbc to lodge his family with rels
tire economy and some semblance of
comfort would have had the time of
his or her life finding It. And If other
lats there were more luxuriously fit-
ted up. as easily might bare been-in
fact. certainly must have been-the
case. at least there was none. what-
ever Its size. that was kept cleaner or


St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida
FALL TIRM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH *
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BEAUTIFY


YOUR LAWN


Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the Very

Latest Methods

We have just received one of the famous Ideal
SLiwn Mower Grinders, a machine espedelal bolt
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mowers, which
does the work perfectly. If you will faWr us with
your patronage, we guarantee to give you back the
Mower iu better condition than the day y bought
it. It will be sharp, an d stay sharp longer than the
old style way, which is usually done by inexpe.
rienced workman with a file or an emery wheel.


Next time your Mower needs uhpemal
-bring it in, or notify us, and we wm
make it cut so nicely It will s rplse yoe


MARION HARDWARE CO.-


aging her husband to fght on and
win,
Joe. for his part. lacked his wife's
grit and energy. and constant disp-
pointment had undermined his fort-
tul [ H@A I-n- MI Pmms 1F *aboA I


smith be gave his consent to thebi d ld have done tberwls thout
union against his own ndment and calclat bad entered rly
In face of the strenuous opposition o id outing of eere. Cdarlosnly ,
his wife, eteeming the girrs bappl- wile the sweet bli of their early
ness superior to all other coansiera- while tefe beld him n Its helr erl
as amarri ed Ifne held him In Its spell. hI
stio mhad done as much of the beavler work
Brooks. who had been in the employ of the menae as he could to pare
of the Latin-American Stfeamship om- be when time and opportunity affor
pany for one year and had ben ed. but rery naturally be bad soon
brought into relations with the family! tired of tbis-were is the man wh
by virtue of his selection as secretary does not?-and by degrees ad left as
to her father, the general manager. mucb of It as be could to her. pxApt
bad no meran whatever of his ownr when his moods of optimism and af-
and his salary, then 500 a month, was feetionate solicitude Impelled him to
a desperately small Income on whi to go to her assistance. At such times be
begin bowukeeplng for a girl reared as wanted to do it all.
she had been. But her father helped On te ewenlng following his out
them and the young couple c otedbell
them, and Ithbe yong couple counted burst at the office he was still resent
upon his Influence to procure the ad- ful and "down in the mouth" when he
vancement of his son-In-law to mrlot himself Into his little flat. hd the
remuneratie or them b silees of his wife a she raised her
Unfortunately for them, however rosebud Il to receIle his"kiss of
Mr. Hrrhd died a few weeks after greeting failed to dispel his gloom.
their wedding, and they found them- "You seem out of sorts tonight.
selves thrown upon their own re dear." she said solicitously. "Any
sources. Mrs. Harris. a selfish. sal- thing wrong at the office "
low, unfeeling woman with social ir- "Nothing in particular. Pia tired
tensions, who regarded her daughters and hungry after slaving all day to
marriage with the young clerk as a this awful beat, that's all"
mesalllanae and Brooks himself with "Never mind. supper's all ready, so
disdain, left them to shift for them- sit down and tuck In."
selves and with ber other daughter. "What did you get?"
Beth. who was seven years younger "Chops and potatoes."
than Emapa and shared her mother's Joe turtup his e but took his
views, as she imitated her haughtli- a at table and began to eat He
ness settled down to the enjoyment ofans wife's questions In tmo
the modest fortune her husband had answe ylab is thoughts etions pin.o
left her and the Indulgence of the a- were not on is tmeal or Emmas cplat
wee not on bap meal or Emmn's woo-
tentatloo she loved, but which 4urtngw t be o-
Mr. Harris' lifetime she bad ever I versato, and, seeing that be was re-
been able to gratify to the top of her occupied ani troubled, she ceased to
bent She did not for this bhowever.y to engage his attention
withdraw altogether from asoclation paid the gas bill today," he vouch-
with Emma and Brooks and continued saed at length. "Ninety cents more
than last month."
on more or less amicable terms with than last month."
them. Now and then she condesaend- "Ninety cent more" sae commented
ed to call upon them with Beth. but with concern. "A ur ,we didn't
her visits, as a rule, were a good deal bue hf as much. d we owe the
of a trial to the young couple, for be butcher ou r-sth t ts toi."
regarded Brooks' failure to get on In "Every month it cots more to live.
the steamship compa ny a dlI- don't know what we are going to do.
tion of her opinion as to his ability I'm sue G ne o
and the judiciousness of their mar- "rm sorry. Joe. Goodness knows I
rage and was prone to condone with try to be as economical as I can."
her daughter, assume an exasperating "I know. but it's all wrong. It's all
I-told-you-so attitude and lament what wrong that you should be spoiling
might have been. your hands with those beastly greasy
During the four years of their mar pans. They weren't meant for such
ring the four years of their r work. I wish we could afford a hired
ied life Brooks' salary had beegirl.
raised only M20 a month. although In "So do I. but we can't, so what's the
ad ftlon to his work as accountant to use of wishing? Didn't you get the
which he had been assigned after Mr. raise you asked Captain Williams
Harris' death. that o' collector had for?" sheinquired.
been thrust upon him. It had been a o.
hard. bitter experience for pretty little! e hung his head and lapsed Into
Mrs. Brooks. this unaccustomed drudg- gloomy silene. She dropped the mor-
ery of housework, this continuous; sel she was raising to her mouth and
scouring of greasy pots and pans and rose from the table, filled with dis-
washing of dishes, which she loathed; may. her appetite completely gone
this deprivation of comforts and o1-i Tears of disappointment followed the
rules that she had known all her life; realization bf what the failure of their
this privation of many personal things plans meant, for neither had doubted
considered Indispensable by the dainty that his request would be complied
woman; this necessity of perpetual with. and she had built many castles
rigid economling, wbleh barely stuf- in the air on the strength of it. A few
ficed to make both ends meet. She de-i dollars more a week added to their
prived herself of much needed cloth-!disessingly small Income would hare
Ing. to say nothing of finery, that Joe! meant much to them. But,lgazing at
might go properly clad to his office. her husband sitting there utterly de-
but she never for that reason descend- ejected and crushed, her heart went out
ed to slovenliness. never "let herself: to him In pity and love. and she moved
go." as so many women In their own over to his chair and put her arm con-
households make the mistake of doing. sollngly round his neck.
and never had she allowed one word "Never mind. Joe, boy," she urged;
of complaint, one Indication of regret. "don't look so solemn. We're no worse
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ROWE'S LITTLE BONANZA.-
S. L. tWE, PNIPl ETOt .CA.A FMOa

ALL KINDS OF
Fresh Meats Groceries, Chickens, Eggs, Etc. Produeo Seth
Bought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fish. The Meet Com
plete Place of Its Kind in the Country. Re-modeled .and Right
Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in Connection. First Clas '
Meals and Reasonable Board to We-kly Customers 4


Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides


and Sold.


Telephone No. 111


P. O. Box


N and 10 Nert Matgla Strd


Bought
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No. 652

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Better Not Get


Dyspepsia


iF ymueanmelp it. KoI pevuDIuPI by
.ffct=y helpiag Natr u toReIove Ieihin.
But dom't t wif th w -h ha~gmo


A great many peop who ave
trflted with hdlpe hn, bay been
sorry for It-when nerve or
chronic dyspepsia resulted, sad
they have ot been able to aue It
Use Kodol and prevent having
Dyspepsia.
Everyone is subject to tigesP
lon. Stomach deratgement follows
stomach abuse, Just as naturally
and Just as surely as a sound and
healthy stomach results upea the
taking of KodoL
When you experience sourness
of stomach, belching of gas and
nauseating fluid, bloated sensation.
gnawing pain In the pit of the
stomach. heart burn scaleded.
diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or
chrone tired feeling-you need Ko'
doL And then the quicker you take
Kodol-the better. Eat what you
want, let Kodol digest It
Ordinary pepsin "dyspepls tab-
lets," physics, etc, are not likely
to be of much benefit to you, In
diestie anment Pepst Is ooly
FOR SALE BY ALL


IRRIGATION


a partial digester mad p0y,-1
amt diasters, at alL
Kodol is a perfet dimesr.
yOu could see Kodol dllges ery
article of food, of a kbak, M ft
las test-taubs ia ouar hborsm e
you would know thi Just as w
a we do.
Nature and Kodol wm alway
cure a sick stomach-- t lt order
to be curMd, the stomach mst rest.
That Is what Kodol does-- est the
stomach, while the stomach ge
wel. Just a spleM a A, BC
Our Guaratee
ao to eard~ea stl oday ae af
la bottle. Ta alt e o e lml n
o e rmO tthe bottle to the mruga
wilU r7tndoummeo wtertht r
Uono mdeay. We will tbhe py th er

4 t e oW b et oe isa-r. fe wel ue
a* eomtafto &A Sa m an b as
Kodol s prepared at the boe'
toRCsofTLC.D*Wtt&Ca.C4rlca
FIRST CLASS DRUGSTORES


OUTFITS


We carry a full stock of Pipe from
1-4th inch to 12-inch, Hand and
Power Pumps, Gasoline and Steam


Engines.


Wr riteries a Cadbm e


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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LRETTO. (Near Mandarin) FOIRIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Ssters of St. Joseph. Toag
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolr ooms. Dormitories, Dining Hanl and
Recreation Roor.a.
Arply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.


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OUR STORE WILL BE


CLOSED


THURSDAY, SEPT.


ON


ACCOUNT


IOLI AY


16th,


OF


WE WILL OPEN


AT 6 P. M. AND OFFER


SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS


DURING THE EVENING


Begins


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FRit

FORMERLY.

AND LASTS ONLY 10P

Oar Stock Redactima Sales are so well kma s
lour and hall years we have been Iatlg -MAl
These sales are so well kmtow Mat l
will not oasMier profltas atis is a what wea m 7e
count or anyt hig. We sel, yoe good M t
are wilig to make It rgh Foul p chase
any of our preyio s ateq s, becae Its as la
compare prices, it will be very clear to you hat Tlil
first day and Friday SepL 24th, s ae Last DI.
and profit by your lesson, there tell e tal .
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Dry Goods


Yard wide Tafetta Silk, assorted colors, $1.25 quality,
at only ...... ........ .... ................ 6
4-inch Mohair, assorted colors, 75e quality, at
only ..... .... .. ..... ..... .......... 49c
Suesine Silk, assorted colors, sells for 47 1-2e, sale
price only ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... 29
Brown Dress Linens, good grades at upward from 14e
A large asortement of White Dress Goods, suitable for
Waists and Suits, that sold for nearly double, to go
at upward from ...... ...... ..............7
36-inch White Linen Lawn, worth 40c, at only ... 21e
36-inch White Linen Sultings, worth 0c, going at
only ................... ....... .. ..... .. ...24
90-Inch Linen Sheeting, suitable for ladies suits, at
only ..... .... ...... ..... ....... ....84c
Colored Dress Lawns that sold up to 16c, going In this
sale at ............ ...... .. ... ...... ... eC
Dress Lawns in assorted colors, going at upward
from ...... ............ ........ ... 31-Sc
40-inch White Lawn, good quality, 15c value at only 10e
36-lach Percales in the newest shades, fast colors,
only ...... ...... ...... ........... ...... 9e
40-inch White Lingerie, very nice, worth 25c at
only ..... ... ..... .... .... ...... 14e
White Cross Barred Nainsooks, good quality, at only Sc
Colored Madras, suitable for children's dresses at
only ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .. ...... c
Arnold Colored Satines (known as broadcloth) worth
20e, at only ...... ............ .... .... e
Simpson's and American 3-4 Percales, the best made,
worth Be, at ................... ... .. ..... 5
28-inch Unbleached Sheeting, worth 5c, at only ....4c
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, good weight, 8e values,
at only ...... .. ............ ....... .5 1-2c
39-lnch Unbleached Sheeting, very nice quality, 10c
goods, at ...... .. ............ .....6 $-4c
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, no starch, 10c quality, at
only ............ ...... ................. 8c
Amoskeag Ginghams, good for aprons, 8e quality, at
only ..... .............. ..... .... .. 51-2c
Apron Ginghams, thin but serviceable, 6c goods, at
only ...... ...... ...... ..... ........ 4 1-4c
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sells for 25c, at only ....1 e
9-4 Bleached Sheeting. 33c goods, in this sale only 23c
WE HAVE A LARGE LINE OF DRESS GOODS AND
IN THIS SALE THE PROFITS HAVE BEEN AL-
MOST ELIMINATED


Household Necessities


Full size Pillow Cases at upward from ...... .. ..9c
Full size Bed Sheets at upward from ...... ......39c
Full size Bed Spreads at upward from ...... .....79c
Full sase Fringed Bed Spreads, special value for ..89c
Full size Lace Curtains, at upward for pair, from .79e
Towels at all prices beginning at ........... .... 3c
Good quality Table Damask, 35c value for ........21c
All Linen Table Damask, at upward from .... ... .43
Napkins ant Doilies begin at per dozen ... ......29c
Table Cloths, colored and white, at upward from .39c
Table Oil Cloth, good quality, at upward from ....15c
Fancy Table Covers and Scarfs, good values, at up-
ward from ...... ...... ...... ...... ......21c
When we say anything i FULL SIZE we mean that it is


Laces & Embroideries
We havesimpl throw thee goobs lato t ale
withaot regard to oast or prie. We hIme themadf,
yards of al kids of Lces M d El broMdm wIhich wi
be ao at tie lowest prices ever attend a ti at
of the cotry. Dom't al to comea In m ee mtha
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Only a few of thee goods but thy are big vaueas.
One of the specials Is a lot trimmed with lace or em-
broidery, well worth 75c, at only ...... ......43e
Some more good values at 49c, 84c and .... ....9e


Little Things For


Ladies


No


Orders


During


Mail


Filled


This


Sale


and Children


Ladies Black or Tan Hose, good values, at only ... .9e
Ladies Black Hose, lace or plain good quality, at ..13e
Ladies' Hose Supporters, very strong and durable, 35e
grade at ................. ...... ........ 21
Ladies' 50e Hand Bags, leather in assorted colors,
for ........ . . .... ...... ......... .25
Ladies' 25c Hand Bags in assorted shades of leather
for ...... .......... ... ... ..... .... 15e
Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for only .....'..4e
Mennen's Talcum Powder, regular price 25c, in this
sale ............ ...... ...... ...... 12 l-2e
Baby Silk or Embroidery Cape, for ...... .......21c
Ladies' White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, for only 2e
Children's Body Waists, good grade for ........ 16'
Ladies' Back or Side Combs, 15e values, for only ..9e
Ladies' 65c Corsets for .................. ....43c
Ladies' $1 Corsets for only ............ .......79c
Ladies 25c Straw Sailor Hats for ........... ... 19
Ladies' 65c Straw Sailor Hats for only ...... ......
Ladies' White Wash Belts for only ........ .9.
Ladies Embroidered Collars for only ...... ...... 9.


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SEPT. 24 IS THE LAST DAY

m[a aemed ay rthuer Introdution. For the past
e&teg Our Stock oe goods for the current season.
D or Swe ol this msasso's gods and during this sale we
'We il Se Goods. Tht s the lowest of low prices
Should any purchase prove uupmitlsfaetory, we
-lm st In t his sale you wllmfind greater values than in
t -, url es cifnfltly. Read every tem on this sheet, then
& Thi sale lasts only ten days, Monday SepL =1th, is the
Swill be special others made every day this sale. Now read


OUR STORE


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Here And There


J. & P. Coats Spool Thread, all sizes, at a spool for 4c
Gold Eyed Needles at per paper only ............ 3e
Guitar or Banjo Strings at only 3 for ............5e
Eaton-Hurlbut's Box Papers for ................ 19
390-pae Pencil Tablets for ................... .3c
"Memphisto" copying Pencils at 6 for ...... .....25c
Guaranteed Alarm Clocks for ..... ............79c
72-tach Mosquito Bars, Iron frame, for ............ 9
90a-nch Mosquito Bars, iron frame, for only ..$1.19
Good quality Window Shades at upward from ....24c
Boys' Percale Shirt Waists, well made and worth 35c,
at only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 21
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Our Guarantee


I'S--SINES--LAIIff'-SIIS-


We have Jut received large Ine o ChidS a's Schodl
Shoes which we win pu t 1 this sale. Eve wy paiC s
we sen i son d leather ad f umsed to gime lsM.,
toB ar we relate them free of chag rM d dI 't eh i
you for the time woer.
We have Girls' Shoes (according to size) upward
from ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ....3
Boys' Shoes In all grades, some that will wear like irs.
at only .... ... ....* ..*.. .. ...... $1 .4
We hves't the space to qute e pi=s eM Mm's ad We.
amr* Shoes, but will say that every por In o
have beeI reduced ad will be eoffed at greal e.
dua d a es. -


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OUR SNHOE BGANATI


Men's Clothing


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We have simply cut this itne clean to the bone. Our
Ine t clothing must go out with this sale, bence the
pries a tempting.
Our special is a lot of suits that we have been selling up
to'$9.98 which go in this sale for ........ .$4.98
Another good lot s all wool worsted suits, made up in
the very latest style, the kind that we have been get-
Ung $15.00 for, only ...... .... .... .... $9.98


Men's Pants


Ou Ine in these goods Is complete and we can St you
at a big saving.
Our special for this sale is a lot of pants that we have
been selling up to $3.98, which will go at ..$1.98
Another good lot is some all wool pants made up in to
the very latest style, full peg, belt strap, flaps, side
buckles and well worth up to $5, all go in this sale
at ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...$2-98

Gent's Furnishing
Goods


Men's Soft Collar Shirts, 64c value for only ......43C
Men's genuine "SOISETTE" Shirts, $1.50 grade for
only ..... ........... ...... ...... .... 98c
Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts for ............ ......84c
Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts for .............. 69e
Mei's 50c Percale Shirts for ............ ......39c
Men's 50c Elastic Seam Drawers for ...... ......39c
Men's 50c "POROSKNIT" Underwear for ......... 25c
Men's 50c Honey Comb Drawers for ...... ......29c
Men's 35c Balbriggan Drawers for only .......... 17c
Men's 60c Cambric Night Shirts for ............43c
Men's Nainsook Night Shirts, $1.25 grade for ....84c
Men's Heavy Denim Work Shirts, two pockets, well
made, for ... ......... .... ... ........ 43c
Men's Heavy Denim Overalls for ............ .. .43e
Men's $1 Overalls for ................... .... 69e
Men's Blue Chambray Top Shirts, well made, for .43c
Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at upward from 3c
Men's $1.25 Pajamas, at per suit only ...... .... 4c
Men's Fancy Sox, black, tan and all the solid colors Sc
A large assortment of Men's Felt Hats at ....... .98e
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any


Trunks and Suit Cases
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASS ...... .. .... .. ...
26-inch Canvas Covered Trunks, well made for
only ...... ...... -...... ...... ...... 1
28-inoh Canvass Covered Trunk, well made for
only ..... .............. ............... $2.24
30-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, well made for
only ...... ..... ...... ...... ......... $2 6
32-inch Canvass Covered Trunk, well made for
only ..... ............ ...... ........$2.
34-inch Canvas Covered' Trunk, well made for
only ...... ............. ...... ........$3.39
36-inch Canvass Covered Trunk, well made for
only ..... ....... ..... ......... ...... ...$3
28-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, with good straps, for
only ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... .. ... ..$2.
30-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, with good straps, for
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ........ $3-39
32-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, with good straps, for
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..$3 .84
34-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, with good. straps, for
only ...... ... ..... ... ............ $4.24'
36-inch Canvas Covered Trunk, with good straps, for
only ...... ............ ..... ...... ..$4-74
Leatherette Suit Cases in 22, 24 and 26-inch at
only ...... ...... ...... ...... .......... 8 e
Compare our prices of the above and convince yorselt
that this Is the time to save money. Other Trnks
and Bags at greatly reduced prices. We have Trumks
and Suit Cases up to $10.00
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Rugs


36x72-inch Velvet Rugs, assorted patterns for
only . ... ... .... .... .......... $2-48
24x48 "Crex" Grass Rugs for only ..............54e
30x60 "Crex" Grass Rugs for only ......... ... .84
30x60 Axminister Rugs, assorted patterns, for
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .$1 8
36x72 Axminister Rugs, assorted patterns, for
only ..... ........... .......... .... $3-24
9x9-foot Granite Art Squares, assorted patterns, for
only ............ ...... ...... ...... ..$2-78


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PAIs Ii fuLL


(Continued from Third Page)
saw that she was smdlng at hbi en-
eouragingly thro9 her tearf but re
fsed to be comforted.
"1 made out the payroE today." he
aid. "Three other men tobn oce
who also asked for a rae last month
gt it; so did Smith."
*'What, Jihsy she asked.
said Smith. There only em
Smith t the oLce." be replied some-
what snrty.
"Well. rm glad for Jimy' asake he
Wt what be wanted.
"I think toM wlliams to come
ecres wwlf oe money or he'd qudtt
"How much did be ask torr
"lgbtm b hundred."
lghtse bahundred? My graldom
Mnt that fuye
"It mass that het' be gettingS nr-
ly i000 a year now. OGat or bhm,
"Tm ea, need t is"
-I saw Jim today. Asked M to
come le t paper. He aidbea would f

I weeder why be dM'tr
Her Msbland diM mt answer Imms
tely. Whm he did he baurt out av-
"auppe be thought we coMldn't af-
ore it. Two don't eat as muh a
three."
"Why. Joe. how absurd she laugh-
d, beginanlg to gather up the supper
pates. "JImay knows it's pot luck."
"Thats the trouble. Jimsy knows--
your mother knows-WUlHms knows-!
everybody knows, and they're always
talking about bow you've got to work
and slave because you married me and
all that sort of stuff."
"Jimsy doesn't."
"Well. be thinks It, and your moth.
or's always rubbing It In. harping on
the same old string-that I ain't wor-
thy of you, that It's a shame the way
you have to work and slave, that I
don't seem to get along at all and that
*yoe"-
"Oh, don't mind mother; you know
her."
"8e never did want us to marry."
"But dear old dad dK sand be was
a Oem I wanted to pleae-after you,
Joe, of oous Mother It Jut a bit
gdcular. rm sure she doesn't under-
stand me much and rm equally sure
that I don't nder-tanE her, so we
wo't bother about ber. Just sweep
up a bMt, wll you, while I wash the
4dbba- Jayr may drop to by and by."
Brooa went Into the kitchen, donned
a aoprme frm force of habit stilled
toto him by his wife. ever carefl of
dle elothe, and reappeared with a
carpet brhom and a dut cloth. He
mm Ibo undea r ezetemet, was
mantfet by the redckde manner in
.whic he used the broom. Finally,
with an xpresslou of determn-tlon
e mid ni a firm voice:
"umma, you know t will be six
mother or a year before I get another
chance at a raise-unles, of course, I
quit and get a job somewhere else. I
was thinking that perhaps you're tired
nd want to call It off."
"Call what offer
"Why, everything-the whqle bust-
ea. I mean our marriage," he said
sperately.
Her eyes opened wide with ncredu-
gol astonbismentu
* "You mean separation?"
That's exactly what I mean."
"What for-because I'm tired?
"Someting like that."
"What an idea! You must hare the
i badly to talk auch nonense as
that Do't you think It would bea u
,well to wait until I complain?"
"You have complained."
"No-at least I can't remember."
"Not It words, bat"-
"But what?"
"Look hre" he mid Imprtieatly.
don'tt yo suppose I hare eya? Don't
tou uppmee I have feelings? I've seno
--I know tbat you're sick of this
ddglery aud all the reat-sick of It
and sorry. There's Smith with his
*Ve thousand-he wanted you first
could have"-
he interrupted him barply., her
thee nmblahg.
"Joer*
"Wel, I thtok"--
"Thats enough of that"


"Oh, well" he declared suDenly,
turning away and dropping into a
chair. "I didn'tmean"-
8Sb followed him and placed her
hand on his shoulder.
"Joe, I married you because I loved
you," she said gently, "and for nothing
else In the world. There wasn't any
Icouence except that, and that over-
came all the rest-mother and all of
them."
"I know all about that."
"There has been a little hard luck"-
"There has been a precious sight too
much of it"
"I know you haven't been treated
right, but ted luck and ups and downs
are what a woman ought to expect
when aie marries, bSe has to take
the bad a well as the good, and she
ughtt to know enough to accept the
me as cheerfully as the other when
te bad Is nobody's fault That is
what I think. and that is what I hare
tried to do. But there are some
things-
She paused, reluctant to carry her
thought further Into words
"Wat? You my as well may all
you've got to ay while you're about
t," he sapped.
"It's Just this," she went on. "Never
refer to Jimsy In the way you did.
married you, Joe. Please try and
leave unsaid things that might make


all aied up wu Ma to -maa you
se sre and glum. )ever mind; cheer
up. You know what Jimay ysa, 'Hard
luck can give you a awful battle, but
It you're on te square you can hand
it a knockout punch some time.'"
It was no use, however. Joe's sulki-
neas had sunk in; his temper was vi.
cious deep and Ingrowing, a temper
such as she had never sospectd In
hm, and all her petting, all her loving
coaxing, could not wean him from It
She pressed her cheek more closely to
his and fodled him.* but he jerked
away from her embrace and surlily
sought another chair.
As e did so the bell rang from
downstairs.
"Il bet that's Jnmsy now," he mut-
tered.
Much hurt, but diguising her feel
Ina, Emma hmrried Into the kitchen
and pressed th btton that opened
the trance door of the house.

CHAPTER IV.
RBE was a knock tbt un-
latched door opened, and James
Smith walked in.
"Anybody at tamer "e de-
manded briskly.
oNet a soltary ivng soul," Emma
assured him "Come Ia."
"Hello Joel You a dead one, too?"
be said.
Almot," replied Brooks, brighten-
ing up a little in spite of himself un-
der the Influence of his friend's good
nature smile and cheeriness that pos-


ItIvely emanated from him. "Just Emma looked at him pleadingly.
come up?" "Joe. you mustn't Captain Williams
"Yep, and I reckon In about time to means well. but"-
help," he said glancing at the crock. He turned upon her savagely.
cry on the table. "That's it-he means well. He
"Just in time." assented Emma. meant well when he was a south Pa-
whose drooping spirits also began to cfic trader. He meant well when he
rise under the diversion caused by his treated his lrew like dogs. He meant
advent "But first explain what you well when he'd kill a sailor with as
mean by not coming to dinner." much thought as a spider kills a fy.
"I couldn't come, really. I tried my He meant well when he cheated na-
best. but I had to attend to such a lot tires. murdered men. smuggled China-
of business that couldn't be put off men Into t's country, sunk vessels
that I was unable to get here In time. for insurance. He meant well when
I hope you didn't wait long for me. he came east, bought the Latin-Amerl-
I'm awfully sorry." can company and put your father out
"You look it-I don't think," she of business. and now-now that he
scolded. "Go on; get busy if you're has his money, his millions maybe, be
going to!" means well when he refuses to give
"All right." be answered, taking up his men a fair share of what they pro
a small pile of cupand sauce very dce Means well? Yes, be oe-
gingerly. "Where do these go? If t 40
you left it to me. like as not I'd be "Joe, are you crazy demanded his
putting a soup plate behind the door wife. alarmed and a little angre at his
and slip a broom Into the rldeboard." outburst.
"They go right In here."
He stopped on the way to ted- "Well, there's a whole lot of truth
board and turned to Broo. in what Joe ays put In Smith con
"Seen the latest extra. Joe?" he In- dlatgly. "You see, Williams did
qured. Oroco wasn't bard start out as a captain of a south Pa-
acratched getting out of Rio Janetr.' clc trader, but, like most of them
"You don't uayr fellows. I guess he stole a good deal
"Kind o' scraped over t bar. She'll more than he fraded. He had the rep-
only be a day late now." utatlon of being the strongest man on
"Do be careful with those cup Jinc- the oast or n the tropic-ould break
sy." admonished Emma. "They're a man's arm with a much ease as
china." you'd nap a straw. He's harsh. WII-
"Do't you suppose I know that?" ama s-harshl hen h came em
"I mean real ca" a$be empha- he got control of the Latin-Amerlcao.
ean ch emp- He oved money, and he got It-mot
"A ehina and Chinamen look alike any way be could. Yes, Joe ought to
have more, that's sure. He ought to
to me. Here's the paper, Joe. You'll t sure. He ought to
find all about the Orinoco on the In- hae more.
id "e" You know I should." went on
idepage. Brooks somewhat mollified by his
He dre it from his pocket and as Bro ks ow ha allied hs
e did so one of the cs balpocket, anced as friend's acquiescence and support and
he did, so one of the cups balanced on drawing a bulky pocketbook from the
the sacers slipped of and smashed toInside pocket of hs wastat "e
bits on tbe carpet got control of all the money of the
"Now, Jimsy, you certainly are going company. That's my job. Why. here.
to get it," commented Joe, rising and this alone is the afternoon collections.
taking the paper extended to him. too late to put In the safe nearly
Smith looked appealingly at his $3,000, more than twice as much as I
hostess get in a year. I could take It all and
"Jimsy," she chided, assuming an then not be caught or at least not for
expression of mock gravity, "how I months, but"-
could you-my very best Sunday go to "Why, Joe, I'm surprised!" his wife
meeting china! How could you!" broke In.
"Not how could I-how did IT he "Of course Joe wouldn't take a cent
corrected, stooping and picking up the that don't belong to him," said Smith
pieces, "You know, Emma, I've ha@ "I know that Williams does too. So
butter fingers ever since I was a little I guess be figures him safe ard don't
shaver, and I guess I always will see the least bit of use in paying him
have-In business and everything else." more."
"Why. aow do you mean?" "But I won't stand It!" Brooks de-
I've been clumsy al my life, that's cleared waxing wroth again and fling.
alL Everything I've ever had In my ing himself in his chair. "Why do you
hands that was worth much I've gen- get raises. Jimsy? You've been ad
rally let slip and fall. Out in Colo- vanced time and time again."
rado when I was a kid around Lead- "Lord, I don't know," he replied. "1
vflle they used to sy that I sure Jst tel the old fellow that I calculate
would turn out to be a sawed of and I'm worth more money. 'Come across
hammered down, good for nothing or we separate,' I say, and so far he's
man. So you see the way things have always come."
turned out re broken about even "I was so glad to hear of your last
with that prophecy." good luck." remarked Emma sincerely
"How broken even?" A look of regret came over Smith's
"Taking their side for the book. I face.
win the first bet and lose the second "I only wish Joe had got it instead
There ain't nothing sawed off an!' of me." be said.
hammered down about me, is there?" Brooks Jumped to his feet
"I should say not," she sa'- with a "You don't need to wish that.
merry laugh. "You're been .d on- Smith," he cried excitedly. "'m no
like a piece of taffy." object of charity-no. I ain't And
"Then I win. but It was In doubn: you're like all the rest of the capital-
quite some time. Never really di.' istic crowd-grind grindgrindrind. Well.
start to grow until I was fifteen, and look out. there's going to be a smashup
then I just eased out into my present -you understand? A smashup. and you
altitude. But the second proposition- all go-millionaires, toadies and-welL
that good for nothing bet-I guess they that's all I've got to say."
win." He snatched his hat from a book in
"NonsensepJimsy. How can you gay the ball and went out without another
such a thing? You're good for a whole word. slamming the front door behind
lot." him so heavily that the glasses on the
"Emma." be declared solemnly, sideboard rattled.
"there have been moments of financial Emma gazed at Smith nto blank dis-
stringency when that declaration seem- may.
ed to be open to doubt" I "I can't understand Joe." she said,
"Jimsy, you're an idiot." she laugh- shaking her head in worry and per-
ed. plexity. "He's growing so morose and
"Discovered'r be avowed, bowing discontented."
ceremoniously. "It's funny, ain't it," observed Smith
Brooks, who had been reading the reflectively. "Joe's Just rushed out,
paper, threw it down angrily. filled up to the throat with anarchy,
"DI-n him? be growled, socialism, smashups and all that stuft.
"Joer exclaimed his wife reproach- almost ready to throw a bomb."
fully. "Nonesense"
"D-n who?" Inquired Smith. "He is. yet if Williams had raised
"Why, Williams," be replied., him today $10 a week he would have
"Lots have done that," said the su- been a firm believer in capital and the
perintendent "But what's the matter way it works."
now, Joe?" She sighed, took a seat opposite to


"But WM cade ourt lte her. He
coue't."
"I should think you'd be glad," re-
marked mma. "She's a brand new
p Isn't she?"
"No, rm not glad," he declared fu-
riously, rising and walking about the
room. "I'm tired of him. of his rot-
ten old steamship line. of all of it-
you hear? Of all of It"
"Joe, please!" she protested. "Tou
know I"-
"I know you've slaved and bore with
me long enough! Here I am-handling
all the money of that line, ain't that
so. Jlmsy?"
"That's right," admitted the latter.
"Bt what's the matter?"
"Matter? Isn't It matter enough that
I should do all this for a mean, misera-
ble living? I suffer and wor, and
work and suffer, for that nasty, nig-
gardly salary ad this beat. this wild
animal of a Williams, keeps us all
starring-yes, starving! Don't I de-
serve something a little better? Do
you know what I could do? I could
steal thousands, and no one woud
ever know ItWO
"Joe!- she ejacublt4 greatly hack-
ed.
"Oh. rm not going to do It; but, with
all this reponslbfllty, when I ask for
money I don't get it-not a dollar. You
do. Jimsy: you're single and you can
quit And then Williams-what does
be do? Comes around here to my
wife with my mother-tn-law--d-n him
-and rubs it In."


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getting along myself that I haven't
paid much attention to any one else."
He paused and gazed up at the ceil-
ing, engrossed in thought
"You know, Emma." he went on sud-
denly, turning toward her. "this get-
ting along business is a funny game.
Such a lot depends on what a man
means when he gets along. Some get
along when they have got a lot of
money, some when they have a wife
and a home and a bunch of kids, some
when they are able to pick pockets
and fool the coppers. Getting along
and why you do or why you don't de-
pends a good deal on where you want
to get."
"And you. JimsyT she questioned.
"Have you been getting along?"
"Oh,yes. I gam so. I ain'tgot a
whole lot to kick about; erhap a lit-
tle less, maybe a little mre than Joe.
But the great Idea is not to get soe.
Joe's all right. Maybe he's Just being
prepared for a better living. When It
comes bell appreciate it more."
"Somehow 1 don't seem to under-
stand him as I used to," she confessed.
"There's been a change that worries
me-that worries me greatly."
Three sham rinrt no th. hell nut an


cause everything's covered up and ti
disorder. They're papering the room.
I shouldn't wonder If Captain WU-
llams were with them. He takes
mamma and Beth out in his new auto
and has brought them around here
quite frequently of late."
"Does he ever take you for a ride?"
"He asks me to go, but I won't."
"Why not?"
"That's just what I can't tel. There
is something about the man that Is
repulsive-he looks at me strange-
ly. And then I know just how he has
treated Joe, and"-
"And what?
"I don't like him-that's alL"
"That's enough, It seems to me.
After an, I guess be fgurs al to the
bad with women-decent women."
"Mamma and Beth like hib."
"Well your mother never did alde
up to me more'n the law allowed, and
as for Beth. she's a nice enough girl,
but her education hurts he I think."
"Hush! Here they are."
And the little woman buried into
the ball to open the door for them.
(Continued Next Thursday.)


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Ladies' $3.00 Strap Sandals at


Ladies' $3.00 Oxford Ties


Al sizes in Children's Strap and Tie Sha.


Men's Oxford Ties, colors, black, tan,

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Ladies' and Men's Carpet Slippers at .
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MEN'S HATS AND GAPS


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Big line all shapes, men's hats,--Special


Fot School
Pencil Tablets for..... ........ ...lc
Lead Pencils for..... ...... .....lc
Best Ink for..... ......... ...4c
Composition Book for..... ......5c
Six Sheets Best Paper for.. .. ..le
Tin Lunch Basket.... ...... ...25c
Pen Holder..... ......... .....le


School Supplies
We carry one of the most complete
lines of School Supplies In the city.
There is everything the children will
need. Tablets, composition books,
crayons, pencils, pens, ink, paper, rul-
ers, erasers, lunch baskets, book bags,
etc., and
More and Better for the Money than
Any House in Ocala will Offer
SPECIAL PRICES TO TEACHERS


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Keep Your Eyes on Our Show Windows. Watch For the Lateet Fads and Lowest

Prices, Our Holiday Goods are Arriving Every Day and are Being Marked

Out. All Kinds of Presents on Second Floor.



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TEAIR DONE


-Moving Pichures

and Music


iby Wemeeo- le
u1m IPru Vr T DAY
SITREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT


A ACCUSING DOUBLE
(Full Reel)
} ]PATe1 BUYS A PIL dilk

2M3ANA SKINS
BIM DUTY
DUECATINO AUNTIE
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T. W. TROXLER

KENTUCKY HORSES FOR ALE
I wll have a car of choice Kentucky
bred hdrses at my place at Evinston,
%., for ale after Aug. 20th. I have
apmt two months around my old home
-t LAsxngton, Ky., selecting this stock
Airm the farms. This stock has been
arefudly selected and bought for spot
4ah direct from the stock raisers. I
an th poltlon to save money to pur-
4amsers of good horses. Address, I
BE. Wlls, Jr.,r .vlnston. Fla.


DON'T NEED GLASSES
May people do no, eed glasses but
Most people do.
Te may be one of the majority.
The are two ways of Anding out.
Om-a-walt for time and diaese to
4dv yto to It
Two-Onsult s about It.
We Ce Tell Yeo whether or not you
m-a tkS. Di D M. XBONET.
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Oefe hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
o 4:30 p. a. Optical ofclee and labt
4telry, roo ms and 4 Gary block.
THE BEST PROTECTION
Nit a sltgle 'phone has burned In a
bmose In Ocala. A telephone is better
thl rance. In case of burglars or
Ar you need quick action. Too get
that day or naght with a telephone.
Iteideneo rates $6 per quarter In ad-
Sance. Ocala Telephone Co.

Many people delude themselves by
sayl, "It will wear away," when
they notice symptoms ok kidney and
badder trouble. This Isis a mistake.
Sake Foley's Kidney Remedy, and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cures
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
ft pain, weakness and urinary trouble
disappear. Bold by all druggists.
SBEDS
New crop of garden and flower
seads Just received. Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayliss. a merchant of
Robinsonville, Del.. wrote: "About two
yeas ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did not
-save consumption, it was near to it.
I commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar, and It stopped my cough, and
mow I am entirely well. and have
alied twenty-eight pounds, all due to
0ood results from taking Foley's
ioeMt and Tar." Sold by all drug-

FAN BARGAINS
An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
tan that Is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
triity In ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.

A BURGLAR IN TOWN
nIs ame Is "bad cough." He doesn't
Oem f any Cold or silver h et h~ -inl


SIA ACUEE


Filing cases at the Ocala News Co.
"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
J. C. Hales of Grahamville, was in
town today and renewed for the Star.

FOR RENT-A large pasture close
in. Apply at this office.
Mr. C. H. Dame came in this noon
from Leesburg.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, ill and deliver your pre-
scriptions promptly.
Mr. J. A. Nelson and family of Mar-
tel also Mr. Ausley and wife of same
place, were In town today.
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
illUkr. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
Mr. Nick Fort came up today from
Oklawaha and stated that the health
of that community was improving.
a C. Davts a cCo, ot Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 7c.
each; $7.60 per dosen.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer went up
to McIntosh this afternoon to see how
the boys were getting on with the hay
crop.
WANTED-A good young man to
take orders and deliver goods. Apply
at the Star office.
Mrs. King and daughter of Lake
Harris. came up this afternoon and
are the guests of Mr. Sam McAteer
and family.

Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. J. D. Pearce of Floyal City is
a guest of the Ocala House.
FOR SALE-My house; the best
corner location In Ocala ou the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
Mr. E. A. Clay of Tamp. is a guest
of the Ocala House.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Postoffice Drugstore..
Mr. R. L. McCarley of Boardman is
a guest of the Ocala House.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. The Postoffice Drug.
store.
Mrs. W. B. Hester of Jacksonville is
a guest of the Ocala House.
Three cents will fan you tor ten
hours. Get one of those 8-Inch Wes-
tlnghousa fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. W. W. Wright of Orlando is a
guest of the Ocala House.
We want your prescription work
and are prepared to offer you the most
skilled pharmacists and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tydings &
company.
Mr. Robert McDonald, a prosperous
farmer in the Conner section, was a
caller In town today. He has been
under the weather for a long time, but
says he thinks he Is now mending.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.


Mr. and
the river.
ping with


Mrs. J. B. Griggs from over
were In town today shop-
our merchants.


There Is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know. ,
Mrs. J. W. Crosby is entertaining
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Dean,
of Plant city.

Mr. W. T. Burton of Gainesville. Is
at the Montezuma.
Mrs. A. L. Kirkland is a guest of the
Montezuma.
Mr. M. H. Baum of the Oxford
Co.. at Crystal River. Is a guest of the
Montezuma.

Mr. Chas. L. McKenzie of Waldo is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brooks of Tam-
pa. are guests of the Montezuma.
Dr. Abernethy. the great Engl!sh
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
When they are affected, life is in dan-
ger." Foley Kidney Remedy mak-es
healthy kidneys, corrects urinary !r-
regularities. and tones up the whole
system. Sold by all druggists.

Mr. C. N. Patterson of Baltimore.
Southern salesman for a big crockery
house, is In the city, a guest of the
Ocala House.



GOOD THINGS TO EAT


POTATO CHIPS
MUSHROOMS
SARDINES IN TOMATO SAUCE
SARDINES, TRUFFLED
WHITE ROSE PEACHES


WHITE ROSE CHERRIES
WHITE ROSE APRICOTS


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Buy Cream
to its name

no more for

High grade
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GRO4

MR. CONNOR TO
Mr. R. O. Connor.
the Marion Hardwa
company's predece
McDuff. for more


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and ever since the company has been
Florida distributors for the Imple-
ments, engines, etc., of the Interna-
tional Harvester Co.. In charge of that
department of the business, will leave
the company on the first of the month
and take charge of a large territory
for the International Harvester com-
pany. He will continue to reside in
Ocala and make this point his head-
quarters. Mr. Connor knows this
business as well as any man in the
state, there is not a more popular or
efficient man in the community and he
*is a salesman to the manner born. It
Is a good place for him and we will
watch him grow into the business
with pleasure.

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



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POINTER DOG FOR SALE


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

SECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED
At the plant of the Florida Packlng
and Ice Co., Ocala, Fla.

There were 30 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
Mr. J. L Watson of O'Brien, is at
the Montezuma.

Messrs. R. R. Carroll, LR. Chazal,
D. S. Woodrow. George MacKay and
D. W. Davis went to the lake this aft-
ernoon to spend Sunday with their
families.

Col. W. J. Byrne of St. Louis. with
the Brown Shoe company, Is in the
city. a guest of the Ocala House. Mr.
and Mrs. Byrne are great favorites In
Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote, who have
been spending the summer in Ken-
tucky and other states, are expected
home in a short time. Mr. Mote will
come to take charge 4V the marketing
of his immense orange crop, the larg-
t P k.d h ---


an informal discussion as to the pro-
priety and advisability of erecting a
Confederate memorial hall was fav-
orably considered. There was con-
siderable enthusiasm manifested, and
the outlook seems favorable for the
early beginning of active canvassing
for funds. There seemed little daubt
of raising the necessary amount. The
beloved president of the organization
will donate a desirable lot on which
to erect the hall as soon as enough is
pledged to warrant the commencement
of operations. Several liberal dona-
tions have been promised.
After adjournment the hostess serv-
ed delicious refreshments which were
greatly enjoyed and appreciated.
MONTHLY WOODMEN MEETING
Fort King Camp had a well attend-
ed meeting last night, over thirty
members being present.
Three applications for membership
were favorably voted on. and three
candidates were initiated, namely
Messrs. Henry Sistrunk, Sanford Jew-
ett and R. V. Hendricks.
MR. MacKAY'S NEW HOME
The papers were finally passed yes-
terday afternoon and Mr. MacKay
now has possession of the E. T. For-
shee place at north Lake Weir. The
property is a beautifully located one,
has 1l0 feet lake front and extends
600 feet back to Lake Weir avenue.
Mr. MacKay will remodel the house
and make a large, pretty and most
convenient summer home for his fam-
ily. Mr. J. M. Neely, the wide awake
Summerfleld real estate man, made
the sale to Mr. MacKay.

A FAMILY REUNION
Capt. John H. Brooks and his es-
teemed wife enjoyed a delightful fam-
ily reunion last Sunday. Those who
were present were Sumter B. Brooks,
Zuber. J. B. Brooks, Tampa, Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt and the Misses Ernestine
and Nancy Brooks. It proved a most
enjoyable gathering and a splendid
feast was partaken of to the delecta-
tion of all present.

REEVES A CANDIDATE
FOR THE U. S. SENATE
(Special to the Star.)
Pensacola, Sept. 11.-Luclus J.
Reeves announced this afternoon his
candidacy for United States senator.
He was born in Alabama in 1861. and
raised in Walton county, Florida. He
was state senator for eight years and
circuit Judge for three years. He
says he will wage a vigorous cam-
paign. Crawford.


s, ,an est ne nas eever nad. We edty of Womfa
Rev. L. B. Plummer of Anthony. has naturallyy makes them shrink from the
resigned as pastor of the Baptist Indelicate questions, the obnoxious ex-
church at Red Level, which he oc- aminatons, and unpleasant local treat-
cupied for 11 years and now becomes menrs, which some physicians consider
pastor of the Baptist church at In- essential In the treatment of diseases of
verness. women. Yet, If help can be had, it is
better to submit to this ordeal than let
Mrs. H. W. Tucker has been sick the disease grow and spread. The trouble
the past day or two and, while still s that soften the woman undergoes all
confined to her room. is somewhat he no shame for nothing.
better today. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker cured I r.'wrce's Favorite reenrp-
ti w i I3r i ^ ^.i srt,
have rooms at the Perdue House. tion wri in locationn of the cure;
which dists' i the examinations
Uncle Joe Baskin. one of the pioneer and local treatment.~There is no there
settlers of Anthony, was a pleasant medicine so sure gd Ufe4p dPC JiW1e
visitor in town today. He said for a women as "Favorite Prescription." It
man of his years he was getting along cures debilitating drains, irregularty and
finely. female weakne-.s. It always helps. It
almost always cures. It is strictly non-
Miss Affl,.ck is .xpecting today the alcoholic, non secret, all its ingredients
arrival of Miss Nell Schnill. an expert being printed on its bottle-wrapper; con-
trimmer fr.,m RPaltimore, who is to bt trains no deleterious or habit-forming
wiTh her this season. drugs, and every native medicinal root
entering into its composition has the full
r. B. Goldman of the Globe. who endor-ement of those most eminent in the
hai be.-n in N1tv York for the past several choolsof medical practice. Some
month hrying goods for his large, and of these numerous and stronge-t of pro,
popularr stort-. wil return home tonight fessional endorsements of its ingredients.
or tom,.rrw\\. H.- has bought many will be found in a pamphlet wrapped'
pretty goodlsI for his fall and winter around the bottle, al-o in a booklet mailed
trade free on request, by IDr. R. V. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y. These profe-sional en-
Notice the advert;is~m. nt of the dorsement- should have far more weight
I Bazaar in this issue. Frank Gadson than any amount of the ordinary lay, or
Sh:a- sonte bargains for you. Be sure non-professional testimonials.
you see tht.m. The most intelligent women now-a-days
i(ns~ t on knowing what they take as med-
Mr. .Salome,. ,f Jake Kl.Iin's dr icine instead of opening their mouths like
g.' ,s store. who ha;. b. -n quit.- i: fE.r a lot of young birds and gulping down
th pas.: t-n d.lay. is ab!e to bh. at the whatever is offered them. "Favorite Pre-
st.,rt again. scription" i- of Kxowx coMPxsrITIo. It
makes weak women strong and sick
Mr. Charles Pink:rson. of Gaines- women well
r. d s Pinkrson. of Gcain.s- Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent rra
i:h., dt-puty sheriff and special offi- on receipt of stamps to pay expense of
c,.r for the A. 4'. L raiwinay. was in mailing only. S-nd to Dr. IL \. Piswce,
th. city today on business with Sher- I Buffalo, X .. .21 one-cent stamps for pa-
iff Galloway. Mr. Pinkerson took back per-covered. or 31 stamps for cloth-hound.
with him a large line of cigars stolen If sick consult the Doctor. free of charge
frm the 04.11t Line s.-vral months by letter. All such communications are
rom the ,at Linbythe several months eld sacredly confidential.
a.+,. r, c-ivert,. by the sheriff's office Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate
Tlht ta rtv w-ho-) st.kli trhm hiq neve M -A 411*4%110A &k -YA I--L T1


PRETTY


NEW


MRS NORTON EDWARDS

ia Mrs. Norton Edwards died yester-
natio n day morning at her home south of I
town. She was only sick a few days.
Congestion of the brain was the causei
of her death. Mrs. Izlar and McClane
Flour, true did all in their power to save her life,
She was the sister-in-law of W.
. You pay J.. J. L. and L K. Edwards and Mrs.
Edward Stokes. She was reared inl
it than other Savannah. grew to womanhood there
Flor. Ev- and there it was Mr. Norton Edwards
won her heart when he was railroad-I
Iof it ng in Georgia. Several years ago,
of it guaran- Mr. Edwards resigned his position as!
conductor on the Georgia Central;
he best that Central railroad. came to Ocala to oc-
S sft cupy the old home of Mr. D. Will-
le from soft ams several miles southwest of town
Sand became the manager for Edwards i
t. Sold ex- Bros'. stock farm, where he and hisi
family have resided since their arrival
in Ocala. Deceased waa an excellent
woman and her virtues are best
known to those who knew her best.
To the sorrowing husband and the
P little children the sympathy of the
P 0 Star is sincerely extended.
The funeral took place this after-
Y noon from the home of Mrs. Edward
Stokes, sister of the bereaved hus-
band.
MAKE A CHANGE U. D. C. MEETING
who has been with The regular monthly U. D. C. meet-
re company and the Ing was held yesterday afternoon at
ssors, Hubbard & the residence of Mrs. R. A. Burford.
than flftaen vea After transactlai ttha nenl hn iPriA


My line of elegant new Fall Millinaey,
embracing Hats, both tal;umed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings of all kind Rib-

bons. Flowers, Feathere, Velling mad
omarmenta is coming in eery day.

Formal uanoDuement of the ope
of the new fall goods will be madfe in
short time.


MISS MARY AFFLECK


Next to Mnroe & Chamblim Bank


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MR. ELMER DeCAMP


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Our Mrs. Haycraft has bought our splendid line of handsome and stylish
fall millinery and the new goods are arriving dally. We have an especially
pretty line of imported and domestic trimmed hats In the most beautiful
shapes. Also all styles and a great range of prices In untrimmed shapes.
Our stock of plumes, bought early before the recent advance In price, will
be the finest ever shown here. Also the new style willow plumes, the new-
est thing. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all
kinds. Mrs. Haycraft spent three weeks In the markets of the east study-
ing the styles and making the selections in person and we feel safe In say-
ing we have this fall just what the people of Ocala and Marion county will
appreciate. Come in and see the new goods.



Haycraft & DeCamp


AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
-
Presbytian
On account of tL- absence from tho
city of both teachers and pupils there
will be no regular Sabbath school ex-
ercises held tomorrow morning.
Methodist
R. H. Barnett, Pastor.
Sunday school-9:30 a. m.
Preaching-11 a. m.
Epworth League-4 p. m.
Preaching-7:30 p. m.
A cordial invitation is extended.
Baptist
Henry E. Gabby, Pastor.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preachlng. Subject,
"Smooth Paths."
6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Subject.
"Brotherhood."
7:30 p. m.-Preaching. Subject,
"Naaman."
thistian
W. H. Coleman, Minister.
10 a. m.-Sunday schooL
11 a. m.-Sermon, "Our Care for the
Homeless."
7:30 p. m.-A special service In view
of the centennial of the Chrlstian
church to be held next month in PitLs-
burg.
Mrs. Sarah Whitileld-Winston will
sing a special number.
The public cordially invited.
Junior C. E Program
Meets 3:30 p. m. Topic, "Contented
All the Time." Floyd Coleman, leader.
Lesson. Phil. 4:11-12.
Song.
Prayer in concert.
Bible lessoft.
Chalk talk. Theo Beckham.
Lesson story, Lois Dame.
General discussion of lesson.
Mission study. Nellie Beckham.
A guess Bible character.
Naming all books of the Bible.
Roll call. Business.
Song. Mizpah.
BRIGHT LITTLE GIRL ILL
Little Avalee Edwards, daughter. of
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Edwards and
one of the brightest and most lovable
little girls in the city. is critically ill.
Avalve is a great favorite all over
town and hundreds of friends hope
that she will soon be entirely recov-
re-d from her illness.
QUICKLY CAPTURED
Sheriff Galloway received a dispatch
yesterday morning. saying Eugene
Crosby. colored. was wanted at Flo-
rala. Ala.. for jumping a $,900 bond,
imps-dtl for sc-ling whisky without a
license. ('rosby was found working as
a brick layv-r on the R. L. Anderson
building. He will be sent to Alabama
to stanJ trial.
HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. E. Handley house, one of the
most convenient and best built houses,
lage lot and all conveniences in the
house, located in third ward near high
school building, for rent or sale. Ap-
ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder
Block, Ocala, Fla
Mr. E. D. Blain-. who ha. been
quite ill for a week. is out arain and
a:le t.% b, at th*. office of the Ocala


Belie bade Sweel


Sq-r. FnK ad (as


TEATS w"


Tbase DelUdore Cad le Cm b Mad
Orly at the


Court Pharmacy


HOUSE FOR RENT
A splendidly located six-room house
near high school In good condition,
bath and electric lights. Apply at
Star office.

FURNISHED COTTAGE
AT LAKE WEIR
For rent, a completely furnished,
small cottage os east side of Lake
Weir. Apply at Star office.

ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
A regular meeting wil be held It the
Sunday school room of the Methodist
church Monday night. Sept. 13th, at
8 o'clock. H. C. Packham, Sec.

FRESH SEEDS
We have In our fresh supply f re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.
NATURE TELLS YOU
As Many an Ocala Reader Knws Tee
Well
When the kidneys are sick.
Nature tells you all about It.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Ills.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
ills.
Mrs. Ellz. Ratherree, living, at 201
W. McCormick St, Gainesville, Fla.,
says: "I suffered from dragging pains
in my back for some years. I
was in almost constant misery, and
often the pains were so Intense that I
could not move about The secretions
from my kidneys were also Irregular
in action, and caused me further an-
noyance. Any cold always aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would
suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
vised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The first few doses of
this remedy gave me relief, and when
I had used the contents of one box the
pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner.
I am glad to give Doan's Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
health."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'r
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fosier-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
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*ALL THE WORLD
LOVES A LOVETr
ib t syveter0. .e Tak Eleping
ceapis from Offsers and wSend
Tim to their Weddi* g
Albany. Ga, ept. 1L-Arrested on
warrants Issued by the family of the
young lady, lss Be sml Walters and
Mr. Fleming Brooks, both of Ashburn,
were rescued n the streets of Sylves-
ter by a mob of a hundred sympa-
thizers, placed In a carriage and
started on their way to Albany, while
two officer were held in check.
Arriving at Albany Brooks and Miss
Walters secured the services of Rev.
T. H. Johnson, pastor of the First
Methodist church, who made them
man and wife.
There had been strong parental ob-
Jections to the match on the side of
the young lady. Al the plans of the
young couple to wed were nipped in
the bud. Tbey ran away from Ash-
brn, aintemdig to marry at Sylvester,
hot there tht were met by Officers
with wanr for ther arrest. A
crowd learned of thirg plight and took
he law Into their own hands. Mr.
Brooks and his bride have returned to
Ashburnn search .of forgiveness.

COOK ON HIS WAY HOME
it Willing to Leave His Claim to
Decslen of United States Coast
end SGdetie Srvey
Copenhagen, Sept. 11.-Dr. Fred-
erick Cook left Copenhagen yesterday
by sea for Christian Sound, where he
wm board the steamer Oscar II for
New York. A large crowd bade him
farewell. The Oscar 11 is due In New
York September 20 or 21.
Dr. Cook says that he is perfectly
willing to place all of his proofs of the
discovery of the North Pole In the
Stands of the American Coast and
Geodetic Survey provided Command-
er Peary would do likewise. He said.
however, there is no reason why he
should be the first to apply for such
examination.
PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW
ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, Itching,
blind or protruding piles, send me
your address, and I will tell you how
to cure yourself at home by the new
absorption treatment; and will also
send some of this home treatment free
for trial, with references from your
own locality If requested. Immediate
relef and permanent cure assured.
Send no money but ten others of this
offer. Write today to Mrs. M. Sum-
Mrs Box P, South Bend, d. 22.

? ;" CLUBBING RATES
The Oeaa,Weekly Star aad the
New Terk Produce News. I.
ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron o your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the iron Is hot. No smoke
or dirt and hat oqly where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
at the Court Pharmary.



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Unedertakers


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Equitable


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STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"
SMIS PLORIDA CONDON.
ResMent Agent


L. ALEXANDER
Practical
UIRETER AND OUIDER


Careful esutmats miae on
contract work. wres more and
ter work for the money than
other aontreator to own.


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any


KIDNEY CURE
W.LL 0IRE YOU
d any me of Kidneyo
BWdder disease that is n
beyond the reach of med
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i rikt hlavng Bright's DiB
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Weak Over-worked Women

Who are broken down and made invalids by the drudgery of never ending household cares
Sand duties, or by over-frequent bearing and nursing of childern, and many other cares,
burdens and strains which the weaker sex have to bear, are desj vig of profound sym-
pathy. But while sympathy is omnmendable what these unfortunate women mst need is a
good, honest, squaredeal Rcstoratve Tonic and Strngth-iving Nervine and Regulator
-one compounded and careful pte to act in harmony with woman's peculiar, dde
cate, ever sensitive orgnifation
Who so well fitted to select, carefully propotion the ingredients and co. md a
remedy for the cure of these distressing andoften pain-wracking weaknesses and derange-
ments, as the carefully and thoroughly eAdicted and regularly graduated physician who
s had a d a ccessf experience in treating just this lass of cases.

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription

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In all the above most important particulars, the "Favorite Prcscr;ption" stands absolutely
alone-in a class all by itself-as woman's most reliable and trust-worthy remedy in time of
sickness and distress. It is a pure glyceric extract made from American curative roots,
found by long time experience most valuable in curing woman's weaknesses and derange-
nients. The leaders in all schools of medical practice have endorsed each of its ingredi-
ents as of the best known remedies for the complicated affections for which it is recom-
mended. These professional endorsements should count for far more than any number of
* lay testimonials. A booklet full of them sent free on receipt of name and address. *
WORLD'S DIPNSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATON, R.V. Pierce, M. D., Pres., Bufalo. N.Y.

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A new shipment of peroxide cream
just In at the Court Pharmacy.
MUST HAVE A
MEGAPHONE MOUTH
The Atlanta Persao who Caused a
Runaway y Kissing the Bride
Atlanta, Sept 1.-Mistaking the
sound of an audible kiss for the "get
up" signal of his driver, the horse of
John W. Phlllips of No. 432 Decatur
street started a mad runaway last
night winding up in a collision with
a street ear, breaking the glass and
slightly Injuring a policeman. The
kiss was a part of a wedding salute to
the bride by a relative.

HIPPITY HOP
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 be as
well as anyone. 'Price 25c 50c and S1
Sold by all druggists.
ANOTHER RESPITE FOR ELLIOTT
Macon, Ga., Sept 11.-Attorney W.
D. McNeil, who has been working to
save Dr. J. M. Elliott from hanging
next Friday In LaGrange. has received
a communication from Governor
Brown which respited the condemned
man for twenty-eight days.
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.
NOT EVEN AN ANNUAL BATH
Washington, Sept. 11.-In a suit for
separation and alimony, filed yester-
day in the district supreme court by
Mrs. Henrietta Newman, the plaintiff
charged that her husband. Mayer B.
Newman, has bathed only once since
they were married in December. 1907.
In the petition Mrs. Newman says her
husband is worth $50,000 and can af-
ford to pay alimony.
FIRE WOOD-F;RE WOOD
We have a large suppy of Ere wood,
both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
'PHONE 170--Gee GILES & CO.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$83&90-104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco, on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$9540-Seattle, Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
For further information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.


FRESH


!TS AND VEGETABLES


Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutktn, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets.
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions


W. P. EDWARDS


Phcne 108


City Market


0, a
The Kin Tou Have Always Bought, aid. which has bera
din me lor ver SO yeas, has borne the saI.alure of

n.somal B snal wrv lince b Iinncy.
AllO. now one todeceive yaIa n this
An Counterfeits, Imnitationms and rjast-as-good" are but
Expermentms that trie with and danger the bhealt rt
nafxtoms ad Chdrrb -Expeice aknmBt gpmerImt.

What is CASTORIA
"a ti a Is r hairles substitte 1pr Castor I0, Pare
grie, Drope and Soothia Syrups. It Is Pbasat, It
cotanr neither Opilm Morphine nor other nareate
subtance. Ift age s its guarantee. It demstos Worms
and always Feverilshnem. It eree DiarriBtes and Win
Cole. It relieves Teething Trobles, cres Coastlpatom
and Pamleey, It ashunates the Food, regulates the
StOMa a and Bwels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Cholida's ina-le The Moth'M Friend.

oEMUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

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Thi Kid Youn Hae Always Bought

In Use For Ovqr 30 Years.
Im -eme. w TV t in. s wr i


ATLANTIC


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ROUT
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- P tidf M
ter 48M, Laws of Florida. FJoria
Notice Is hereby given that Ellwood
Johnson. purchaser of tax certificate a d 4 New
No. 1225. dated the 3rd day of June. A.
D.. 1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit: lots
1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 20, 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30
blk 37, Leroy, sec 5 tp 16 s r 20 e. The UD XI Fly
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate In Central Rou
the name of Ed Pasco. Unless said l I I
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon Pullman Buffet Sleeping


COAST


LINE


3 OF THE CELEBRATED

iad West India Limited '

Iork and Florida Epress "

to the East

To the West

er," Montgomery Route"


"South Atlantic Route"


I Cars to New York Louisville. Ci


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A- o essi Oe O -
T he nere u0teme and
propoa. r to arganm eorirato
under the gemal laws of the Stat
of Forida relate to au~ ,at .
for pwot, herel make a" pdblIh
the folowitg articles of biCc.iw
tiona a propone chaner:
L
The name of tis c ...aUut haMll
be, Ocala GaraCe a Supplb COm y,
and its principal plae of bmdr-
shall be at Ocala, ei Maram e-a'
Florida.


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The general nature of the -. u
to own. lears or oterwtise acuire Of r l
automobiles aphtha hunches, ad na i isi


and owa and othewise au eti a g 4 l I
naPelawrt, took, apmlemesu and eos'at
putts aaseaes and lpro to be rra her
pau In the rlar of as or wsomane tfr finals
enastee. autaoMle. launches and Oa 1P.2 t
other slof prepewMa metor vehicles;
buy andll ain aN kts of seaf h ptgrgit n
propelin otor vehldes or s- a
chines, pad ant knds a of p- NOTICE OF
ples Incident to or use I the re- Tax Dea4 d
pair of such machLnes or veldM, tse 41M Lm of
and to act a the ageat for other o se beeb .
companies dealing in h so& mainesa. ne JM.-00nW St i
vehicles o; r eoa- s itsdateess tri 3r& o
struct an kinds of aelf ropeics r. Va S me 4 f a3
motor veadCle, machebs or boats; 5e i, l al
own. lease, or otherwise a qaire1 in Be t
tools, implements and machinery tr yo raI clSsa n
the construction of hard roads, und.1 lw f
construct and build hard or maca- 5, nfi-.
damlied roads in Florida; operate n% at of % &m
lines of automobiles in Ocala, and .12 tp 16 matl Mr
surrounding country, for the carriage mi l beind aem rti
of passenger; own real estate and of t he i m of MR*
such personal property as is neces- tho name of unln5
wary or incident to the above busi- Ieertilfate hbeh.alr
neas. and In general do and reform ...... ... -,_ o


- 9 .. a d i . . . .D .f . .oL--.- ta w t 5.K Um V III.J U
any and all business that is nEdcesary the olh day e am
and incident to the automobile and Wtnesl m S
garage business thit Is not incon- meal th i theithd -
sistent with the purpose of this char- D. 19t. llth dI
ter, or the laws of the State of FlorD- 1erk er ft ComT
ida.
NOTICE OF
The amount of capital stock author- Tax Deed U .d
ised Is the sum of ive thousand dol- tor 48N, Laws e oId -
lars, which shall be divided into ire No s t ere i sb l e $
hundred shares of the per value of Naval torsa eIMlpqV
ten dolHas each, which hall be paid eertlae es t a Z i 1 1
in In cash, tea per cent. of which Sth, I9, 114 da7 a ,g
wil be paid in at the frst meeting of 1is9. 184, Its L 184. is d.
the subscrbers to tohis Proposed a 1 a, dated
charter. datd e. ad. .
may Stad. 11" a
The term for which the corpora- tilatea my ein nd
ton shall exist Is twenty-fOv years. ppcatinor tat e4 t
V. oordaa wit w. leI
The business of the corporation embrace the w folow ig dBiS
shall be conducted by a president, orty siteato in Mas a oo y,
ice president, a secretary, a tres- to-wt: nw o at a' ml n
arer, and a board of not less than of sw' and a e e00-% st .
five directors, who shall be elected tien and nw4 et of 1 t0l%9
at the regular annual meeting of the *% oft ne% ot.lw% ad el f W
stock holders and director to be neeo ae% section 14 mad w
held at Ocala on the frst Tuesday of aw% of atw% enept swg O
in October of each year. The busl- of nw% of naw and na et
ness of the company shall be com- w% of aw% ot C nW s aM *
ducted by the following named of- o Cs% of se% section tsS.
fliers until those elected at the first ship 17 south, ranu. est 46.
annual election shall be qualified, said land being a*ssmle at the
to-wit: Joseph Bell, president: D. of the Issuance of sauh meitLflA.V
Wilber Tompkins, vice president; R.; in the name of P. WUUamSs W.
R. Carroll, secretary; R. L Keatlng, Gatwell. S. H. RPblrbmp4' I. J.
treasurer. % V. E. Rogers, A. C. amsel atu'a.
VI. | known. Unless sad crttkcale
The highest amount of Indebted-'be redeemed according to-aw.a t
ness to which the corporation can at will issue thereon on the N3t ds.'.
any time subject itself Is, twenty-fve September, A. D 190.
thousand dollars. Witness my- official signature l,
tVs .seal this the 28th day of Atgust, Ask .
v. P. 190. XB -al mtr-'
The names and residences of the, Clerk Circuit Court Marios CO.S
subscribers and the amount sub-
scribed by each, are as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATIONM *.
Joseph Bell, Ocala. Fla., 10 shares. Tax Deed UndoT Seetia S 0 $ "'
D. Wilber Tompkins, Ocala, Fla., ter. 481, Lav eof r6"i
10 share. I No ic 1hreby given that V._W.
R a. Carroll, Ocal. Fla. 10 laotir e sc e r oe tax .w.'
shares. r rd purchaser of tax certfeag S
RL. L Keatingl Ocala. Fla. 10 1147, dated the tth day of Js A
19sha105, has filed said certfieate ,a nmy
H. M. Hamptn, Ocs.1. .. 10 fce and has made appHcatoe f alr
shar.. Hamton,----- Oc --c, deed to issue In aecordane wit l '
"sharw-e*s. Said certificate embrames he'
In witness whereof the said t- Said certicate ena ces the Iatibw-
corporators have hereunto et their g described property sitat
rra a e rion county, orida, to-wit: em
hands and seals this the 1Nih may of w o a ae o s lS
August, 1909. f w of nw owr 49 mo01re at6:.:m
AugustB 10. lltp 17 mouth r 4 east tea ce i*.
Joseph Bell, (seal) e 5 f f w is ft. The s
D. Wilber Tompkins, (seal) e"Jn ft'2 The
R. r TCrolmpl (seal) belia assessed at the date eo tbe.l
R. Keatin (a) msuance of such certificate a the ~a
H. M. Hampta. ( l) of Robert Roblaso. UnlesMe sald -
H. K Hampton. ($W) Ufc te she be e acord* "I
State of Florida. law. tax deedswill Issue thereoeMs t
akryo MI o les I car a sa t
Count of i th da e A. ,.
Personally appeared before me the sWitness myo. t l uat d
undersigned authority, Joseph Bellf. lal th he 1tm a e O r .A..A
D. Wilber Tompkins . R. Carronl,. lw. Ci Com u Ortl ft, -
R. L. Keating and IH M. Hampton, to l
scribed in and who executed the fore- NTI CE Ofn PW.
going articles of Incorporation and T, De oM-Ur d'eetisi 5- Ch as'. .I
proposed charter, and each acknowl- to 4M Lm o rF :
edged the execution of ~ i the ame or ereby" give t t J
the uses and purposes therein met so!bro, ib aSer S t* srttSt
forth and expressed. o. Sa l, dated tshe r d ay a June. A.
Given under my hand and seal of D.. 1o 7 an has ed U litW '.
office this the 19th day of August, my offce and ha made sopa e st ...
1909. (sneal) S. T. STRUNK- tax deed to Issue In acewdance with

tevs raten .1. 2 3. 4. 5 block G Montague e
Notice is hereby given that on the'26 tp 1i south r 22 east. Te sY "
21st day of September,. 1909, the land being assessed at the dafte esf .'*
undersigned will apply to the gov- irsuance of such certieiat a ti-
ernor 'of Florida, at his office In Tal- name of J. C. DuBois. Unli t'
lahassee, Florida, for letters patent'certificate shall be redeems 6 l
upon the foregoing articles of incor-' ng to law. tax deed wi I tsib i -
poration and proposed charter. on the 14th day of .IeptN. Ay.f'
JOSRPH BELL, 1909.
D. WILBER TOMPKIN, Witness my ofrIal sigtre and
R. R. CARROLL, seal this the llth day f' AAgust A.
R. L. KEATING. D. 19~. & T. 8strmk ..
H. I. HAMPTON. I Clerk Crt e court masi '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR In the District Court ft the: SlnRull-
Tax Deed Uner Section S a Chap. states t and for the Southern X ,":
tor 4Sb Laws of Florida. trict of Florida. -_
Notice Is hereby given that R. H. Scott, In re: WfliSm C. OeBaem, Bm-kLl
purchaser of tax certlfiate No. 224, rapt-In Bankruptcy.
dated the 5th day of June, A. D. 1905 i To the creditors of WIm O. @ |
has filed said certificate In my office, Ijnon, of Dunanelam, Matle ms,
and has made application for tax deed iand district aforesaid, an -l .7 :
to Issue in accordance with law. Said Notice is hereby gICel tiet o b. l
certificate embraces the following de-: th day of September, 0. 'b'l
scribed property situated in Marion William C. O(yanno was dul A
county, Florda, to-wit: lot 17. bLk judicated a bankrupt, ad
Benedict Heights sec 19 tp 13 south first meeting of his a'edllnu l he1
r 21 east-I10 acres. The said land held at the courthouaase Oelha 1s
beir'sg asecsed at the date of the is- da. on the ist dsay of Septm ,
suance of such certificate In the name; 1909, at 9 o'clock a. aat whteb tmle
of 'W. Ford. t'nless said certificate the creditors may attend, prove tOe
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