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i-Sll r twoeah dneggists, all
t ljhrto of ivch have the *n-
mlm-m ea -rseemt of all the leading
M-dkial ir sad teaherb of all t
sweral .dwok of practice, and that toe
a nuin ftr the allanwts for which
e vWeP rlptom Is recomnmeded.
A tLMt Ieek of thML doremeate wil
e -at to may address, pot-paid, and
Mlately frw f you quet same b
I Ca l r, h Dr. I. V. Pnem
]*Pl 1 gaSt PaDl5t -arg eo-
gIplMG. OoeMsWtion is the ease of
Mnuy dil. C Br the cause ad ym
a- dthe dbA E wtotake as eMi
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FULLER & AVER
Go oer tmh Mmise &a ChanbI
TLu I, CASH
J. E. CHANCE
Rooms 9, 1 and 11,
b emrd Floor, Holder Block,
L F. BLALOCK
OMee hos: 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 5 p. m.
ClAILXS D. HULBERT, 1. D.
IIBATC PHYSICIAN N AND
Mes 3eA5 3Floor The Munroe A
- Chamblm Bank Building, Oeala.
TEal-e-b Qg01c. 222; ResIdence.
OMi so-r~ to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. M.: 1:0 to 8:30 p .
F. E. McCLANE
1PMyldm- i Ssem
Gaeral Proetloe Canl Made Promptly
Night or Day
pslal Attention to Obtetris, Di.
s soes of Women and Childme
Ofkce: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building.
eroma Floor; Phones, Offce No. 333;
RelMMeue, No. 333.
I. C. BLANCHlARD
CIUMCT Af IU L ODER
P. 0. D8W44L
Intem ai Barberhop
i- -emrll Wlt the Hotel Oace
Skilled worKmemn ad courteous at-
tetkli to alL Special attention to
Norman Hansen, a Danish Scientist,
Tells a Mighty Reugh Story
Copenhagen, Sept. 14.-A remarka-
ble letter, giving Dr. Frederick A.
Cook's veralon of the trouble with
Commander Peary over supplies, ap-
pears in the newspaper Politiken. The
letter was written by Dr. Norman
Hansen, a prominent Danish phy-
Dr. Hansen was with Cook for some
time in Greenland and returned with
him on the Danish government steam-
er Hans Egede. In his letter he says:
"Now that Dr. Cook has gone, I am
no longer under obligation to keep
silence, and will exercise my right to
publish the story about the house in
Annatook, a story which Dr. Cook
himself had too much delicacy to re-
late to the world. I write It accord-
ing to my memory. In the same man-
ner that Dr. Cook told It to me, and I
am fully convinced that In no details
are my recollections wrong.
Peary Aeumed Cook Wa Dead
"Dr. Cook had built his house for
stores in Annatook, north of Etah,
and It was this depot which he start-
td to reach In February, 1 .9 cross-
ing Smith Sound. It was a large
house, the walls being built of heavy
filled provision boxes, so that Dr.
Cook knew when this important point
was reached everything was safe. He
had before the start arranged with a
young friend named Whitney that he
have the right to use the house while
hunting musk oxe for sport in the
winter of 108-09.
When Dr. Cook and his two Eski-
mos, exhausted and half starved, came
within a short distance of the house
In Annatook young Whitney came out
to bid him welcome, but inside the
house was a stranger, a giant New-
foundland boatswain on watch. This
man had been placed In Dr. Cook's
house by Peary when the latter pas-
ed Etah with his ship bound north.
Peary had given the boatswain a
written order, which commenced with
the following words:
"This house belongs to Dr. Freder-
Ick A. Cook. but Dr. Cook is long ago
dead and there is no use to search for
him. Therefore, I, Commander R. E.
Peary. Instal my boatswain in this de-
Cook Begs for Hie Own Food
"This paper the boatswain, who
could neither read nor write, exhib-
ited to Dr. Cook, and the latter took a
copy of this wonderful document. This
copy. however, he does not intend to
publish if Peary's course does not
force him to do so.
"Dr. Cook gave me a lively account
of how the young millionaire. Mr.
Whitney. during the whole winter
was treated like a dog by the giant
boatswain, and how he had witnessed
the sailor bartering Dr. Cook's pro-
visions for bear and fox skins for
himself. Dr. Cook also had to put a
good face on the unpleasant situation.
He had to beg to get Into his own
house and to make a compromise with
"Dr. Cook made a present of the
house with all its contents to his two
faithful Eskimos, with the proviso
that Whitney was to have the use of
the house as long as the hunting trip
lasted, but he was compelled to let
the Newfoundland boatswain con-
tinue his watch. The boatswain.
however, received strict orders not to
exchange any more of the provisions
TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. You 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 Herblne
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.
DEFENSE OF PEARY
It is a Common Practice of Arctic
Explorers to Take Each Others
Boston, Mass., Sept. 14.-A special
dispatch from Sydney, N. S., says that
Herbert L. Bridgeman, secretary of
the Arctic Club. denies any wrong-
doing by Explorer Peary In connec-
tion with taking Dr. Cook's stores.
Mr. Bridgeman says Lieutenant Peary
cared for Francke, Dr. Cook's com-
panion. who returned under orders,
and also says it is a common practice
among explorers to take the others'
KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con-
stipation, biliousness, chills. malaria,
headache and Indigestion. 25e at all
MAY RETURN ON THE TYRIAN
Sydney, N. 8, Sept. 14.-Command-
er Peary is still at Battle Harbor.
Labrador. Plans are being made to
have Secretary Bridgman of the Peary
Arctic Club and correspondents meet
the Roosevelt In the vicinity of St.
with next Sunday's New York world .
Eddie Leonard is well known as a
minstrel. Then there will be another
pretty collection of Stage rP.auties in
panel photo shape, all ready for passe-
partouting and home d,.co'ration. Cwt
the Sunday World and y-,u will re-
ceive both pictures and song.
HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of plmples 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.
HOO HOOS WILL MEET
IN FRISCO NEXT YEAR
Hot Springs. Ark.. ,Sept. 13.-After
tlecting officers for the ensuing year.
the national convention of the Concat-
enated Order of the lo H os ad-
journed to meet next year in San
Francisco. W. A. Hadley of Chatham.
We off-r One Hundr-Jd r*.11 ira R.i-
ward for any ca:-e of catarrh that ;ani-
not be cured by Hall'z Catarrh Cur.-
P. J. Ch,.n-y & ',,.
T,le<'l,.. I I.
We, the undersigndl. ha.i knovn
F. J. Cheney for th- last 1, y.-irs. anrd
believe him perfectly honoratbl.- iln all
business transactions :rd tintan iaill
able to carry out any obligatiuns madia.l
by hia firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Tole-d., 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taki n int-rn-
ally, acting upon the hlcld and mu-
cous surfaces of the syFt-m. Te-sti-
monials sent free. Price 7e p,'r bot-
tie. Sold by all druggist.. Take Hall'.
Family Pills for constilption.
ATLANTIC CITY WIDE OPEN
Spasmodic Attempt of Reformers to
Enforce Puritan Sunday Met
Its Usual Failure
Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 13.-Sa-
loons and amusement places were o:-en
as usual yesterday and the reform-
ers, who appear to be discouraged by
their Ineffective crusades against Sun-
day violates. remained Inactive. The
detectives were not on hand yesterday.
The crowd was one of the largest of
the season, but thi resort was orderly
and few arrests were made.
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. 60 day's treatment in each
AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
Inal cost. If Interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.
WILL RUN FOR CONGRESS
Denver, Colo., Sept. 14-Suffragettes
of the United States are determined
to have a woman in the next Congress
and the woman who will have the
honor of being the candidate for this
position Is Mrs. Sarah Platt Dccktrr.
Plans to this end are now being'
made by the National Woman Suf-
frage Association and the leaders of
that body express the ptmost confi-
dence that Mrs. Decker will be elected
a member of Congress next year.
Many an Ocala Household Will Find
To have the pains and aches of a
bad back remedied: to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous uninary
diseases Is enough to make any kid-
ney sufferer grateful. To tell how
this great change can be brought
about will prove comforting words to
hundreds of Ocala readers.'
Edward Gravier, living on Lemon
street, Palatka, Fla.. says "For sev-
eral months my back had been caus-
ing me considerable misery. I also
had a lameness across my loins, and
there was a dull aching through my
kidney regions, almost constantly. It
was hard for me to walk and whenI
I sat down for a little while I would
become so stiff that it was only withI
a great difficulty that I was ahl, to
arise. If I stooped to pick up any-
thing, sharp twinges would pass throw'
my loins, and cause me the greatest
misery. I had often heard of Dean's
Kidney Pills, and finally procured a
box. Their use banished the lameness
and soreness and made me feel ten
years younger. If my recommendation
will be the means of bringing relief to
any persons suffering from' kidney
trouble, you are welcome to use it."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co's
drugstore and ask what their custom-
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
oents. Foster-Milburn ('o., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take no other.
PICTURES AND SONG FREE
A song which is the hig hit of Edldi.
Leonard's vaudeville act will be given
WHITE ROSE CHERRIES
WHITE ROSE APRICOTS
0. K. GROCERY
2 Pks 174.
IARVET CURL P.Oridr.
Bay Ice Frm Red WagE
They say, but 'f you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in it, that the center is what
Is called "snow ice." which, being por-
,lus. allows it to melt quickly.
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.
FLORIDA PASKIN &
C. J. PHILLIPS
Comtracto aand B dMa.
129 South Third St,
Opens tot the Lobb, c the Ocala
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly ?anitary. Electric
fans, electric massages.
Hot Rmunnig water at AU Times
VINCENT C. DETTERMCH. MaNger
AWFUL TRmGE AT mC
Unknown Man Decoyed Three Children
from Home and Deliberately
Shot Them Down
U'ti.a, Y.. Sept. 14.-Blackhand-
,*rs are believed to be responsible for
a t-rrlble crime, when three children.
kidnapl-d from their home last night
we.rt fund in a culvert near Stagness
c,-mt-t-ry by a passing milk man.
T.-r,-sa Pn-rcopia. aged had been shot
,l':;adj F'annie Infusino, aged 6, was un-
'nseious from two bullet wounds.
and Fr-,ddy Infusino. aged two and a
half years, was dying. Fannle In-
fusino may recover, although she has
a terrible wound in the abdomen. She
recovered consciousness long enough
to tell her story. According to the
story of Fannie Infusino. she, the
baby and her brother, were playing
with the Percopia child near the Per-
copla home late in the afternoon.
when an unknown man approached
and beckoned the children to accom-
pany him. Teresa Percopla reassur-
ed the children, saying: "Come on; he
is my godfather."
The others went unwillingly until
the stranger told them he meant them
no harm. The stranger led them un-
der a culvert to an Isolated spot in
the rear of the cemetery, hidden be-
tween the cemetery wall and a heavy
clump of trees. There the man, with-
out a word, drew a revolver and shot
Te-rea Percopia in the abdomen. She
f. 11 unconscious and the man stood
by and watched her die. He then
shot the Infusino girl twfce in the left
arm. The baby boy began to shout
and cry. when the fiendish Italian
turned the revolver on the baby.
wounding it in the abdomen. The
man then put the gun in his pocket
and walked away.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
SARDINES IN TOMATO SAUCE
WHITE FROSE PEACHES
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 falls and has
no bad effects. Sold by all druggists.
They Should be in Every Household.
Are Highly Recommended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and Its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
Rev. L. B. Warren, the former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
commendation and urges parents to
buy them for their boys and girls, as
does Rev. HI. E. Cabby, Rev. R. H.
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. F.
A. Bone, a worthy young man, prepar-
ing for the ministry, Is soliciting for
these valuable volumes and we trust
he will be kindly and liberally receiv-
ed in Ocala.
IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All thought rd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis.. "Ten
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions,
eczema, salt rheum. boils, fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
MABEL GOT THE MONEY
Also a Divorce from Her Husband,
the Son of an Ex-Governor of
Baltimore. Sept. 14.-In considera-
tion of $25.000 paid in lieu of alimhly
and a $5,000 fee for her counsel, who
brought the suit, Mrs. Mabel Jane
Michael Brown abandoned proceed-
ings against her husband. Frank
Brown. Jr.. and also consented to with-
draw the claim for $100.000 against
ex-Governor Brown for the alleged
alienation of her husband's affections.
Mrs. Brown also obtained an absolute
divorce. She Is the lady who has been
advertised as the most beautiful wo-
man in the South.
Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
stops the cough and heal. the lungs.
Sold by all druggists.
iua A r iN vIUV
B a e $*-
My line of elegant new Fail Milinmry,
embracing Hate, both trimmed and un-
trimmed, Trimmings of all kinds Rib-
bons, Flowers, Feathers, Veilings and
ornaments, is coming in every day.
Formal annonroement of the opealg
of the new fall goods will be made in a
ONLY ONE ESKIMO
Was With Peary when He Arrived at
the Pole-His Observations
Battle Harbor. Labrador, Sept. 14.-
The following details of the Journey
of Commander Peary to the North
Pole have been gleaned from mem-
bers of Commander Peary's expedi-
tion on board the steamer Roosevelt.
The only men to reach the pole
were Commander Peary and one Es-
kimo. Edging Wah by name. The oth-
er white members of the various par-
ties that left Cape Columbia were
sent back. one by one, as Commander
Peary drew nearer to his object.
Left Parties Behind
Mathew Henson, Peary's negro at-
tendant, and three Eskimos, the only
other members of the reduced party
that made the final dash, were left on
the march south of the pole. At 85.38
the party consisted of Peary, Bartlett.
Mathew Henson, the negro man who
has been Peary's personal assistant on
so many of his expeditions, the Eski-
mos, seven sleds and sixty dogs, and
the journey northward was resumed.
At the Pole--
The Ice was perfectly level as far as
the eye could see. Bartlett took the
observations on the 88th parallel on
April 2d. and then reluctantly return-
ed, leaving Peary, Henson and the
Eskimo with provisions for forty davy
to make the final dash to the pole.
Thus reduced, the party started April
2d. The men walked that day for ten
hours and made twenty miles. Then
they slept, near the 89th paralleL The
pole was reached April 6th and a se-
ries of observations were taken at 90.
Planted the American Flag
Peary deposited his records and
hoisted the American flag. The tem-
perature was 32 degrees below zero.
The pole appeared as a frozen sea.
Peary tried to take a sounding but
got no bottom at 1,500 fathoms. Pears
stayed at the pole for thirty-four
hours and then started on his return
journey April 7th.
Next to Munroeh
ssiu us: seeeses ss y
R. 3UMbON, Pnsii.
& EL BUITCH, Namm.
GO. BU* TC. Tller.
THE DEPOSITOR I TIS MI
pre the merchants, the professional and aesucestal m ata t ea d
the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory.
We accommodate all classes. Our eautomers reprneat the m e a
women who have built and are tD balWdilat ae88Nfrul -mtllgi
We solicit a share or your bulae aU
F NOTER & MURAT
CARRIES A LARGE
MODERN, AND COMPLETE STNrW
HOUSE FURNISHINGS JLL.
The oly hue i. Cetrl Frua tel r CuIi*
Fuishes Ote Ime. Carries TauMs b- Li -
esl ib Furire; emin u with the lk n6 ad
Whatl e Pelk eWaL
Alb carrimWes a Cmklde U Blcders ud SkI
farware, Carriages, Wags, bles IutWN, W Sa Be.
Look over our Slack r Id ou primsc, kf- I
make your has. rs yIly
DAVID S. WOODROW
WM. J. SHIRIDAN
woODinB SD & STOI nI AN
OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. FLORIDA.
CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.
We have a stone crusher at work In Ocala. and are prepared to do a
kinds of cement Work, Build Foundations, make Cement Bloct, Cemeat
Brick. Build Sidewalks. Artificial Stone Feaces. Stone Mantel~ We mak
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better tan brick. an
are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, Nort e
T.Pcaur d Vn7gVh1Iirla iT~halm
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MISS MARY AFFLECK
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- -OCALA UIVNiTWAR, WWAY, SEPUTEME 1
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ORIGIN OF OB~ RVANCE
OF THE JEWISH NEW YEAR
The Jewish New Tear, which all
good Hebrews will observe, begins
Wednesday night at p. m. and lasts
24 horse. All our Hebrew merchants
will close their stores for that time
and observe the custom.
This Is the beginlng of the new
Hebrew year 64e, and New Year's
day will begi at suset net Wed-
nesday, September 15, lasting until
sunset of the following day. It is
eaUed Rosh Hashana by the Jews and
eomes on the first day of the seventh
month, called Tshri. The first month
of the Jewish year is called Nisan,
and is the spring time when all of the
lowers are in bloom.
The reason the new year is reckoned
from the first day of the seventh
month Ia explained by the origin of its
observance, which was established to
commemorate the deliverance of the
Children of Israel from the lYptIans.
While the tribe was in the wilderness
on the Journey to the promised land,
the Lord commanded Moses to cele-
brate a new holiday, the message
coming out of a cloud. The command
Is givenn I Leviticus 2:1.
Dr. John I. Thompson has receiv-
ed a letter from the editor of the New
York Packer, In which that paper re-
turns thanks to Dr. Thompson for the
care he took of Mr. Walseman, their
faithful an h able representative, dur-
Ing his lat'Il Uess In Oala,. also ye-
questing Dr. Tbompson to tender
thanks to the Star for the kindly and
generous manner f spoke of thb ded
man aal the -apledid reputation he
had mAn e f'i himself among the far-
mere and truckers of the state.
Wallace 0. Stovall son of Editor
Stovall of the Tribune, leaves this
morning for Ocals, where he will
spend a day visiting his grandmother
before eterbag Emory College at Ox-
ford, Ga. He will also pay a flying
visit to hiissister, Miss Minnie Sto-
vall, who Is spending the fall and win-
ter In Atlanta, attending the conserva-
tory of music In that city. Next vaca-
tion Wallace will return to Tampa and
take a position on the rep~ S lal staff
of the Tribune.-Tampt Tribune, 12th.
Editor Harris, of the Banner. Is
coming over to the Sunny Jim point
of view; in a word, is beginning to see
that th ranas Iaving Ocala In the
morning r building up instead eof
pulling own the town. PFr Instance,
he says, C. J. Jatho of the Colgate Cq.
New TmErk and W. SI Doyle, of the
Gulf IRefinl Co., are thinking se-
riously of making their headquarters
In Oeala, becames the Brick City is
centrally located and has excellent
train facilities. Sunny Jim has Ideas
and knows how to apply them. Then
seeing Is believing, and the Sunny
Jim train has proved a benefactor to
Mr. nest Davis, of Conant, was In
town today and made the Star a
pleasat call. He sid Stanton and
Lady Iake baseball teams met Sat-
urday and had a great game. It was
the third in the series, two of which
Lady Lde won, while Stanton took the
game Saturday, to 4. The attendance
was large and the ladies of Lady Lake
simply covered themselves In glory by
the sumptuous manner they fed the
The New York Sunday World had a
very Inlssttlnl article on the growth
of the moving picture show. It said
while It was deemed that baseball
drew the crowds, 10 million in 1908,
yet the moving picture business had
an attendance of over a billion, Chi-
cago leading In the number of picture
shows, X1IX and It is predlctel It will
have Se by the end of the yar. There
are O million dollars invested in the
business and It employs thousands on
thousands of people.
R J. Hoe is the fully aceredite
salesman for the famous Ludden
Bates Southern Muslc House In thl
section of Florida His headquarters
are at the Theus-Zachry FIumltur
Co's. store. I you are thinking (
buying an Instrument, drop him
cardOr call at the store. He can giv
you a bargain In a good instrument.
faiurday afternoon the country
wagons stood three deep from Camr's
corner to Masters' and all the occu-
pants were bent on trade, making
things lively for the salesmen In that
The first lottery sanctioned by the
Cuban government was.pulled off on
the 1th of September. All the tickets
amounting to I e.0m were sold of
wliah amont the government receiv-
ed a F retO $10s,eee. The grand
prime wa s wM..
PFank Turner, the thrifty Bradley
Pond farmer and stock raiser, return-
ed last w from Jacksonville, where
he showed his Improved galvanized
turpentine cup to the large operators
of that city. who assured him he had
the best and most complete appliance
of Its kind to catch the flow of any-
thing yet presented and urged him to
organise a company for their maau-
faotr sayng that they would take
stock In the same. It looks now as if
Frank may yet become a bloated bong
holder through his invention. If so,
all his friends will congratulate him.
The county commissIoners of Put-
Sam county had presented to them a
petition to call a wet or dry election.
The petition contained 10 names,
largely nearoes. The question wan
FUNERAL OP HARRIMAN
MH Country FreAni ad mpayo
Conducted the tevioe
Arden.. N .. Sept. 14.-Through the
quiet aisles of the Ramapo woods
the body of Edward H. Harriman was
carried yesterday from the great
house he never lived to see finished,
and laid In its last resting place on
the Arden hillside.
The rulers of Wall street came from
New York to pay their last tribute.
but the most prominent part In the
funeral ceremony was taken by the
men who knew him best as a country
squire, master of the great estate
which covers 42.00 acres of hill and
valley In this, the most rugged part
of Orange county. His general super-
intendent, his master carpenter, his
master mason and the managers and
assistant managers In his dairies, his
farms and his trotting stables, were
the men who bore the coffin, and the
services were led by his own chap-
LOVETT TO SUCCEED HARRIMAN
At the Head of the Union Pacific Rail-
read--Oter Harriman Men on
New York, Sept. 14.-The continu-
ance of the Harriman policies was
made certain yesterday when his close
friend, Robert S. Lovett. was elected
to succeed him as the head of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Union Pa-
cifc railroad, further strengthening
of the dominance of the Harriman
Jacob H. Schiff and William Rock-
efeller, heavily interested in Harri-
man enterprises, were elected direc-
tors In place of Harriman and H. R.
Rogers, was also placed on the exe-
It is thought that the election of
the president of the Union Pacific
when the stockholders meet In Oc-
tober wIll be dictated by the Harri-
man Interests. L. F. Loree, slated for
'the presidency, was a close ally to
The. directors of the Southern Paci-
fic will meet tomorrow. It is believed
that Lovett will be elected chairman
of the executive committee. This
failure of the Morgan Interests to
gain a place in the reconstructed roads
Is a suprlse to Wall street.
ANOTHER INTREPID EXPLORER
Duke of the Abruzi Broke the Record
for Mountain Climbing
Marseilles, Sept 14.-The Duke of
the Abruasi was given an Impressive
reception on his arrival here yester-
day. He said. of his climbing among
"I am sorry that I was not able to
complete all that I had planned, but
the results nevertheless were satisfac-
tory. I bold the record for the high-
uet ascension In the Himalayas, the
previous record belng held by a Nor-
wegian, who crossed Mount Kabru, at
a height of 7.300 metres (23,800 feet).
My expedition reached the top of
Bright Pie, In the Godwin-Austin
range, at a height of 7,680 metres (24,-
SUICIDE OF A FINANCIER
New York, Sept 14.-J. W. Castles.
president of the Union Trust Co., and
director of other well known corpora-
tions, suicide yesterday, cutting his
threat with a rasor In the Grand Un-
ion Hotel. No motive is known ex-
cept that of 111 health.
THOMAS NELSON PAGE
MAY BE VICE CHANCELLOR
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 14.-It is
stated here that Thomas Nelson Page.
the Southern writer, will be chosen
vice chancellor of the University of
the South, at Sewanee, which position
Is now vacant A meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee will be held in Se-
wanee early next week.
A BURGLAR IN TOWN
I'ls name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he whll
steal your health away. If he appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It may
mean consumption if you don't A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25c. 60c and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
rTHE AIR DOME
The BDest of Ea-eltalmet Fal@is&
ed by Home Peonle
NEW rC-ruum EVERY DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT
l-U-so tis wEvembna
THE STEADMAN TEAM
Complete Change in Vaudeville
PANTHER HUNTING IN JAVA
HOW JONES PAID OFF HIS DEBTS
THE BROKEN VIOLIN
Admission 20 and 10 Cents
D.Wes upm at PR7:8 p.RI.
H. W. LCKEIR, PROPRIOR
"NN nothing In particular. Pm tired
PAID IN ULL Al hMung after sflhang au day to
-dths awful beat. tblat's all."
"Never mind. supper's all ready, so
CHAPTER IL sit down and tuck in."
B was a akllful archittot In- "What did you get?"
deed who first devised the "Cops and potatoes."
bandbox apartment bouses so Joe turned up his nose. but took his
common now In all parts of eat at table and began to eat He
New Yort ad must have sat up many answered his wife's questions in mono-
nights working out bow to extricate syllables. His thoughts. It was plain.
the ...tlmu of rent revenue from were not on his meal or Emma's con-
the area on which he bad to fit the versatlo and, seeing that be was pre-
stutbrem occupied and troubled, she ceased to
If there were any bats tn HarI lem try to engage his attention.
smaller dimensios tha the oe O "I paid the gas bill today," he vouch-
four room occupied by Mr. and Mrs sated at length. "Ninety cents more
Joseph Brooks the moat experlced than last month."
and persistent huter after a place In "Ninety cents more!" she commented
which to lodge his family with rela- with concern. "rm sure we didn't
tive economy and some amblance of use alf a much. And we owe the
comfort would have had the time of butcher Isur-sixty."
his or her life finding It. And if their "Every month It costs more to live.
Oats them were more luxuriously fit I don't know what we are going to do,
ted up. as easily might have been-4n rm sure."
fact, certainly must have been-the "Im sorry. Joe. Goodness knows I
case, at least there was one. what- try to be as economical as I can."
ever its size, that was kept cleaner or "I know but It's all wrong. It's all
eater or no which more eective e wrong that you should be spoiling
of available material had been made your hands with those beastly greasy
than that over which Mrs. Emma pans. They weren't meant for such
Brooks presided as mistress and fa- work. I wish we could afford a hired
And Mrs. Brooks herself-how she "So do I, but we can't, so what' the
graced t, altogether unconsciouly! use of wishing? Didn't you get the
As the eider of two daughters of 8tan raise you ashed Captain Williams
ley Harrl, who, while not rich, had for?' she nquired
been well to do. she had been brought "No."
up in the comfort of a good home and He bung his head and lapsed tato
had enjoyed the advantage of an edo- gloomy silence. She dropped the mor-
cation at a private seminary. Her fa- sel she was raising to her mouth and
there, whose constat companion she rose from the table filled with de-
had been and whose sense of democ- may, her appetite completely gone.
racy i the matter of association she Tears of disappointment followed the
had Inherited, bad adored her, and realization of what the failure of their
when she had given her heart to Jo- plans meant, for neither had doubted
seph Brooks, electing him from among that his request would be complied
numerous suitors, including James with. and she bad built many castles
Smith, he gave his consent to their n the air other strength of it A few
union against his own Judgment and dollars more a week added to their
In ftae af the strenuous opposition of distressingly small Income would have
his wife, esteeming the girl's bsppl- meant much to them. But. gazing at
nes superior to all other considera- her husband sitting there utterly de-
U0tr, eeted and crushed,her heart went out
Brooks, who had been tn the employ to him in pity and love, and she moved
of the Latin-American Steamship com- over to his chair and put her arm con-
pany for one year and had been solingly round his neck.
brought into relations with the family "Never mind, Joe, boy," she urged;
by virtue of his selection as secretary "don't look so solemn. We're no worse
to har father, the general manager, off than we were before, and you'll
had no means whatever of his own. win out some day."
and his salary, then $00 a month, was She placed her and under his chin
a desperately small Income on which to and raised i bead to kss him. He
begin housekeeping for a girl reared as saw that she was smiling at him en-
she had been. But her father helped coragingly through her tears, but re-
tiem, and the young couple counted "fued to be comforted.
upo his ifluence to procure the ad. I made out the payroll today" be
vancement of his son--law to a more said. "Three other men In the office
re onertive post who also asked for a raise last month
Unfortunately for them. however. got it; so did Smith."
Mr. Harrie bad died a few weeks after "What, Jimsy" she asked.
their weddingand they fod them- "I said Smi Theres only on
hei etrown apon there foun te- Smith tn the oce," e replied some-
elvs throw upon their own re- what surlily.
sources. Mrs. Harris, a selfish. shal "Well, I'm glad for J y's sake he
low, unfeeling woman with social pre- Wo what he wanted."
tensp who regarded her daughter's "I think he told Wllams to come
marriage with the young clerk as a across with more money or he'd quit."
mesalliance and Brooks himself with "How much did he ask for?"
diadatn. left them to shift for them- Eightn hundred."
selves and with her other daughter, "ghteen hundred? My gacalous
Beth, who was seven years younger isn't that fine
than Emma and shared her mother's "It means that he'll e getting near-
views, a adhe Imitated her haugbtl- ly $5,000 a year now. Great for him,
aesa, settled down to the enjoyment of is't it?'
the modest fortune her husband had "yes indeed It Is."
left her and the indulgence of the o "I saw Jimsy today. Asked him to
tentation she loved, but whlch during eome to supper. He said he weld if
Mr. Harris' lifetime she had sever he could"
been able to gratify to the top of her "I wonder why he didn't?"
beat She did not for this, however. Her husband did not answer Immedi-
withdraw altogether from JssoatioD ately. When be did he burst out say-
with Emma and Brooks and continued agely:
Smore or less amiable terms with uppo he thought we couldn't at-
them. Now and then she condescend- ford it. Two don't eat a much a
ed to call upon them with Beth. but three."
er visits, as a rule, were a good deal "Why, Joe, bow absurd"' she laugh-
of a trial to the young couple, for she ed, beginning to gather up the supper
guarded Brooks' ailre to get on la plates. "Jimsy knows it's pot luck."
tihe steamship company as a vidlca. "That's the trouble. Jimsy knows-
tio of hbe opinion a to his ability your mother knows-Williams knows-
and the Joudicousness of their mar- everybody knows, and they're always
tags and was prone to condone with talking about how you've got to work
her daughter, assume an exasperating and slave because you married me and
I-told-youo attitude and lament what all that sort of stuff."
might have been. "Jimsy doesn't."
During the four years of their mar. "Well. be thinks it, and your moth-
rled life Brooks' salary had been her's always rubbing It in, harping on
raised only $20 a month, although in the same old string-that I ain't war-
addition to his work a accountant, to thy of you, that t's a sham te way
which he had been assigned after Mr. you have to work and slave, that I
Harris' death, that of collector had don't seem to get along at all and that
been thrust upon him. It had been a you"-
bard, bitter experience for pretty little "Oh, don't mind mother; you know
Mr. Brooks, this unaccustomed drudg- her."
ery of housework, this continuous "She never did want us to marry."
scouring of greasy pots and pans and "But dear old dad did, and he was
washing of dishes, which she loathed; the one I wanted to please-after you,
this deprivation of comforts and luxu- Joe, of course. Mother Is just a bit
ries that she had known all her life; peculiar. I'm sure she doesn't under-
this privation of many personal things stand me much, and I'm equally sure
cot.dcr d Indispensable by the dainty that I don't understand her, so we
woman; this necessity of perpetual won't bother about her. Just sweep
rigid economizing. whichabrely suf- up a bit, will you. while I wash the
eed to make both ends meet. She de- dishes? Jimsy may drop in by and by."
prtred herself of much needed cloth- Brooks went into the kitchen, donned
aIg, do say nothing of finery, that Joe an apron from force of habit instilled
might go properly clad to his office. into him by his wife, ever careful of
but she never for that reason descend- his clothes, and reappeared with a
ed to slovealiness, never "let herself carpet broom and a dust cloth. He
go," aso many women In their own was laboring under excitement, as was
boseholds make the mistake of dolng, manifest by the reckless manner in
and never had she allowed one word which he used the broom. Finally.
of complaint, one Indication ofVegret with an expression of determination,
to escape her. She had married Joe be said to a firm voice:
fr love, for better or or worse and "Emma, you know it will be six
resigned herself bravely and cheerfullymohs or year before I get another
to the consequences, however hard to mchancet a ase-unless, of course, I
bear, hoping for the better times that quit get ob somewhere else. I
were so lone In cominr and encou-r
g her husband to fight on n was th inki that perhaps you're tired
aing her hus d to fight on an d want to ca It off."
"Call what off?"
Joe. for his part, lacked his wife's "Why, everything-the whole bust-
rit nd enery, and"Why, everything--the whole buu-
grit and energy, and constant ness. I mean our marriage," be said
pontment had undermined his ortil-desperately.
tade. He loved Emma. He hardly Her eyes opened wide with incredu-
calculation ..ad entered largely nto "You mean t emotion"
-Titr oa as t ` tr*
"Oh, Wel" be dscIsrd CMsH,
tertinA away aad dropit ntos a
chair. -I didn't mesa"-
he followed him and macmd her
hand on his shoulder.
"Joe, 1 married u because I loved
you." she said geoty, "aad for motiag
else the world. There wasn't an
tIuence except that, and that ovar-
came aU the rest-mother ad all at
"I know all about that"
There has been a little hard leek"-
There has been a precos alht tee.
mnb of It"'
"I know yoe haven't bees treated
riht. but ted luck and ips and downs
are what a woman ought to expect
when she marries. Sh ha to tak
the bad as well as the good, and she
sught to know enough to accept the
one as'ceerfully as the other when
the bad Is nobody's falt Tat is
what I think, and that as what I have
tried to da But there are -so
She paused, reluctant to carry he
thoughts farther Into words.
"What? You may a weRl y all
you've got to my while yom about
It," he apped.
"Irs Just th," se went oe. "Never
refer to Jimsy lt the way you di. I
married you, Joe. Please try and
leave unsaid things that gfiM make
me regret it"
He ventured no further remark and
lapsed Into hs gloomy rdlcetio
Emma put her arm around bh neck
and snuggled her face against his.
"Poor old boy!" be mrnrem d "That
setback we got today when we had it
all Axed up was enough to make you
feel sore and glum. Never mad; cheer
up. You know what Jiny say, *Hard
luck can give you an awful battle, but
If you're on the square you can hand
it a knockout punch some thlm',."
Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight.
Prices 10 and 20 cents.
The public dma n of the
Alar M- Systenk htiled by the mSitr? pI ''M6i-A
of *inmebpolj, Minn., in row hao
we wish to thank our paktrous ad frmia 0ah
they have mapteih* in this ap*oHdbu i u -
The Muuroe & ChambSURE
UNIVERSITY OF FLOBDA
An Institution of the First Rank sup-
ported by State a F l ederl Funds
for Florida Young sea.
Thi mrs Coure kLeadife t ODgr
of LB. Aw. L $ L.A -9 SoIt
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In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture;
Chemical. Civl Eeetrical and Me-
chanical Engineering: Law; Normal
School; Graduate School. Expenses
Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wrle
A. A. MURPHREE, A. l., LL D.
A Colnege withapt a pramd ai -in
south, oerla dgees a-I d:s
nl the followed depaUte -
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No Tultila. Other pmm11 w
For Informatlom adse '- -
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THE UPTO-DAT "
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER :' .:
Card Signs Designed and Madae. Pa perh ig a
ialty. New Mirors Made and Old Ones Be-sil-ret ., -'
Froti, Gding, Graining,d Klrnomlniing, tGhgitua e ,.
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-prioe a litle o0
ALL WORK GUARANTEfIL'
15aeC 1 -- _
Fop Mn OES
FOP Ien, WVormen arnd Children.
Ladies' $3.00 Strap Sandals at
Ladies' $3.00 Oxford Ties
0 e e S2U
All sizes in Children's Strap and Tie Shoes
Men's Oxford Ties, colors, black, tan, ox
blood and pat., $3 and $3.50 kind, our
Ladies' and Men's Carpet Slippers at 25
'S HATS AND GAPS
See out window; all regular $3 Hats now
Big line all shapes, mtn's hats,--Special .
. . $2.25
- a -
For School I School Supplies For School
Pencil Tablets for............. ...cl We carry one o the most complete
Lines of School Supplies in the city. Boys' Caps..... .......,. i
Lead Pencils for............. .....c There is everything the children will IBys' Shirts..... ... ...... ....e
Best Ink for.............. ..4c need. Tablets, composition books. All envelopes, package.... .... .
for..... craons, pencils, pens. Ink. paper, rul- Pen Points, dos..... ... ... .. ..-
Compiosition Book for..... ... ...5cera. erasers, lunch baskets, book bags, Folding Lunch Box...........
Six Sheets Best Paper for.. .....etc nd.. ....
;More and Better for the Money than Official envelope, package.... ...,e
Tin Lunch Basket....... ... ..25 Any House in Ocala will Offer Legal Cap Paper, quire.... .....Ie
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OCALA VNINe r WAR, TRUOAY, SMPMS H no
Our Mrs. ayeraft bas bought our splendid line of han
it milliery sad the new goods are arriving daily. We I
Irft tt e of Imported and domestic trimmed hats In tin
shIsP Alo all styles and a great range of prices in u
Ow, k ofM plumes. bought early before the recent adva
b the l t ever shown here. Also the new style willow
s thing. Velvets sad silks for trimmings. Feathers an
kinds. Mrs. Rayeraft spent three weeks In the markets o
eg the styles and making the selections in person and w
lf we hare this fall Just what the pIople of Ocala and 1
a~Wl egal Come in and see the new goods.
Haycraft & DeC
The Brush Runa
If you are Interested In or are thinking of purchasing a
r, there Is nothing for the money so powerful, reliable ani
dlUL-eliaMLng and sand-pulling quallitles as the Brush. Yoi
ive aestalogues by calling on or writing
Il e, Manes
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WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES&
REPAIRING ANO TIRE VULCANIZING
PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRICE.
OCALA IRON WORKS., OCALA
GI W. TM OPEN THE YEAR RUND
Lu^ Ci M rfm -aUn$2frtrry
THE FLORIDA CONR
We am prepMae to ill yeur rder
---ufasters of eemmt briCk, bu
bedko amd all kindA of paving materi
ow mer i fto t s.eeM
TAmpmry q r,_- ph R. ....
i i i
W"LL CURE YOU
-~ w, ~
OCAu O IIr s
Mrs. Leon Griggs of Oak is in the
city visiting her sisters. Mrs. A. P.
Gilmore and Mrs. Ben Borden and
her mother. Mrs. Reuben Smith.
We want your
and are prepared to
drugs to compound
offer you the most
and the purest of
them. Tydings &
w s AI Mrs. Frank Moorhead and children
Sla of Summerville, S. C., are guests of
friends in Ocala. The Moorheatl fam-
'*e P __ A Ily formerly resided in Ocala.
There is no game law against any
'one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
STONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
l-aria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
ETE AND PAVING CO. probably know.
It is pleasant news to note the Im-
proved condition of little Miss Avalee
ifoe ang r, he hatan and Edwards. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
ilding blok, hxagan and eoago L. Edwards, who a few days ago was
al. We emply skilled werkmn andso dangerously ill.
Many people delude themselves by
SCA KA *saying. "It will wear away." when
SRHEAD MU IVIMGR. they notice symptoms of kidney and
bladder trouble. This is a mistake .
Take Foley's Kidn-,y Remedy. and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cur.os
W. Stanley I nson, the wide awake backache, rheumatism, kidney and
solicitor for the Tampa Tribune, is bladder trouble and makes every trace
taking his vacation by making a trip of pain, weakness and urinary trouble
across 4he Everglades. passing by the disappear. Sold by all druggists.
Episcopal mission in the heart of that
country. Mr. Hanson will write of his Mr. Christian, with the Carney In-
experiences for the Tribune, vestment Co, at Lake Weir. was in
town today. Mr. Christian says the
A NARROW UESCAPE prospects are bright for a big crop of
Edgar N. Baylimsa merchant of oranges this year with the Carney
Robinsonville, DeL, wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and .. .. -
Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Flour. Ev-
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft
MR& BLUMR D04"P
I Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Rebekahs meet Friday night.
some and stylish
sv espeiy "Waukcha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
have an especially
e, most beautiful Filing cases at the Ocala News Co.
iee in price, will Mr. John Gamble of Dunnellon was
in town this afternoon.
plumes, the new-
d ornaments of all Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight.
If the east study- Prices 10 and 20 cents.
e feel safe In say-
e fel se Miss Anna Mixon is entertaining
Marion county will her friend, Miss Wade of Eustis.
Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?
Pa m D Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
P at the Court Pharmary.
Dr. S. T. Carswell made a business
trip to Jacksonville today.
Rose-Violet Talcum. 25c. the bottle.
at the Postoffice Drugstore..
There were thirty-two arrivals **t
the Montezuma yesterday.
J. W. Coulter. farmer and merchant
at Blitchton was in town today.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
T. A. Lamb. one of the up-to-date
merchants of Anthony, was in the city
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.
Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mrs. John D.
Robertson and son, Jack, left this af-
ternoon for Seabreeze for an outing.
O u R. C. Davis at Co, or Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
a small runabout each; $7.50 per dozen.
I possessing such
a casn sg aot de Mr. William Allsop. an old time
Scan get descrp- merchant and resident of Weirsdale,
was in town today.
L C UI Three cents win fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those P-inch Wes-
L tinghousa fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. George Stein has purchased the
W. P. Edwards house in the third
ward, which he now occupies.
SHave you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Levon and
Capt. J. B. Martin of Moss Blufft were
business visitors tl town today.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
R Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
RE, A at the Court Pharmacy.
SMr. E. C. Bennett and family re-
DONg turned home last night from their
visit to Troy, Alabama.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
| typewriter, upon easy terms If desired
D: o not forget tnat you can find any-
thing you want in crockery and glass-
ware at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. D. Williams. the orange grow-
I er of Arcadia, came up this noon to
visit friends in Ocala.
ST E L If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. The Postoffce Drug-
JOUH EWI J. M. Hewitt. the traveling man
A(S1g11 H who has headquarters at Lecsburg,
was in town yesterday, a guest of the
MP9srsJ. A. M. uoown an .i
Weathers. turpentine operators at HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT
Standard and partners, were In town
today. The A. E. Handle house, one of the
most convenient and best built houses,
Mr. Fort. of Montague, was In thelage lot and all convenience in the
city today on school matters. The house, located in third ward near high
Montague school has had no teacher 50hool building, for rent or sale. Ap-
assigned yet, but shortly will have. ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder
Block Ocala, Fla.
The well recently bored at the S. A.
L depot is doing what it was built FRESH SEEDS
for, to-wit: carrying off the surplus We have in our fresh supply of re-
water, which accumulates in that sec- liable garden and flower seeds for fai
tion of town after a rain. planting. Tydings & Co.
Mr. B. F. Clayton, the new night AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
operator and ticket agent at the Sea-
board depot, is a new acquisition to! A five-passenger automobile, two-
the S. A. L. force, coming here from cylinder, chain drive, In first-class
Starke. where he had been with the condition and everything complete, for
company the past year. Mr. Clayton sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R
has rented the Murrell house on Main Tydings.
street, and will move his family here
from Thomasville, Ga., shortly. FURNISHED cOTTAGE
AT LAKE WEIR
Mr. Jim Nelson. the invaluable as-
sistant n the Ocala as Engine For rent, a completely furnished,
W-lre _h l oeverinon fromt snnm a -
oT ri AIr UV w E iLnrV; aam -V r gp
of sickness, will leave tomorrow for
the mountains of North Carolina to
recruit his health. May he return a
well man, is the wish of the Star.
Mrs. J. G. Ferguson and son. Ray,
returned yesterday from a very pleas-
ant outing at Daytona Beach. She
was accompanied by Mrs. M. E. Fer-
guson of Chester. S. C., mother of Mr.
J. G. Ferguson, who will spend some
time in Ocala.
George Stein will go to Jacksonville
in a few days and return in his new
automobile, ,Which he purchased in
Baltimore on his \late visit to that
The Ocala Bazaar Store Is getting
in a big array of school supplies and
holiday goods, which will be sold at
very attractive prices.
Belleview was represented In the
Brick City today in the persons of
Messrs. Freeman, Pratt, Thompson
and Mayor Millsom. The latter wore
a very pleasant smile, superinduced by
the fact that his wife who has been
absent north all summer, is expected
hack on the 25th. Mr. Millsom says ft
has been a lonesome summer for him.
W. M. Hall, the meat man of Okla-
waha station and his family passed
through Ocala this afternoon for
(Cainesville, where they will make their
future home. Mr. Hall has been a
resident of Oklawaha for a quarter of
a century and during that time has
served the people of that section as
diistributor of fresh meats. We wish
him well in his new home.
Mrs. James R. Moorhead and child-
ren returned this afternoon from their
summer outing at Shell Island. She
said the weather was just delightful
now at that place.
Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight
Prices, 10 and 20 cents.
Miss Esther Weathers went down to
the lake this afternoon.
Mr. Baxley, the turpentine man at
Croom, who spent Monday in Ocala.
returned home today.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Mrs. George
MacKay, who came up from the lake
Monday. returned to that delightful
Charles Tremere. the live Belleview
merchant, came up this afternoon to
attend the meeting of the Elks tonight.
cottage on east side of Lake
Apply at Star office.
Harness of all kids mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
Sling done. Aply to J. T. Sipmmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.
STrADMANS AMt W W .
Exellert Vandwvill and lPase Sm-U
at the Air Dm
Mr. Tucker made good with M ne
attractions last alght. TI he" a E* W
are certainly fie-the yoms I r -es
a superb voice, and the boy mlae Is a IM
talented slager. His whbstl sg t the
-Mocking Bird" hraht d os the
house. m dkk
The picture were Lo siood--tw r I
the subjects having more laM gh la
them than a barrel of molys.,
There will be a coerng l e a t at -
program this eveniag, and it wes trt ILB
pay you at all to muib aeif ad A
hearing the Steadmaas. They ans -__-_ _
among the best ever.
THE FIRST OF THEN I
FIRE IN THE PIRST WARD
An alarm of fire was snaded last
night at 10:25 and the fire department
responded promptly. jhe fre was lo-
cated in the cottage owned by Mr. R.
L. Carter. with Smith & Roberts, but
occupied by Mr. John F. Tbompson
and family. A defective flue was the
cause of the fire. The department by
hard work subdued the flames In ten
minutes with about $25 damages. The
house is located south of Mr. Jake
Brown's residence in the first ward.
Mr. Heron Todd, the popular and
capable salesman at Marcus Prank's
store, returned yesterday from his va-
cation spent in Kentucky and Chicago,
having taken a course in window
dressing and show card writing in the
latter city. He lost no time on his
return, but Immediately took his po-
'ition behind the counters and began
to sell goods in the great clearance
sale now going on at Frank's. '
Mr. Gene Parham, one of the really
successful farmers and truckers of
Oxford. was a business caller today in
the city. He said the farmers of his
section were making hay to beat the
hand: the biggest crop ever. That the
farmers of his section were not fall
planters, but all of them were creating
Mr . Goldman. of the Globe, has
rented the R..L Anderson building.
which is now being re-built, and will
move into the same as soon as the
same is ready. Mr. Goldman told a
Star reporter this morning that he
proposes to carry In the new building
as fine a stock of dry goods as can
be found in town.
uf^rG & m r^idn and A M_
A $40 scholarship in the Stanley -
Business College, of ThomasvlDe Ga.
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
How Is that. This Is not an auto- -
mobile, but one of those new t-tlach -
Westinghouse electric ans that -1
have just received. Let me place e ae
or two of them in your boume or an
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the cl e-
trical supnly man. d
KENTUCKY HORSES FOR SALE IWS FAVO'II W
I will have a car of choice Kentucky I
bred horses at my place at Eviastem.
Fla. for sale after Augth. th I have
spent two months around my aoM bone b j '
at Lexington. Iy, selecting this .~aek -, --- ; 'A'
from the farms. This tok a bm T. W TROXL :;
carefully selected and bought fogras --. .-
cash direct froni the stock ra 7-- -
am In position to save money to ng
chasers of good horses. Address I
L. Will, Jr., viutoa. Fila. l a, U ..
THE BEST"PROTECTION PRA '. :
Not a single phone oha burned In a J-_._ CRA '.
house in Ocala. A telephone is better
than insurance. In case of burglars or .-.. ., .__
fire you need quick action. You get / ..
that day or night with a telephone. Ugri '
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co. ,. .
SKILLED PAINTINGS A work d e by na d .
-- a- era tia rada ."
I am prepare to take any Job ofat ,' .
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how ine the work deasred i1
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do 1
right Houses painted inside and out -
Graining, gelding hard oil finishing
varnishing and lettering and sl wim U IIU G u1
painting. Taste and skil guaranteed -
Address P. 0. Box 15,. or leave weeord
at the Star office. K. W. Flllyaw. f 9" iSa 1:
Ocala. Fla. t -
Mr. Maurice Rhenauer, one of theT I
lf .........0011086 IN T"ll ) -
cvever men or earan wno rere- r--- -----
sents the biggest pipe manufacturing
company in the world, is here from MIUB jiORDA OO1DO*.
New York Interviewing the trade. Mr.a
'Rheinauer formerly lived In Ocala and 1__________
Db)NT NEED GLASSES
Many people do no, need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding ouL
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to it.
* Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell Yen whether or not you
Meed them. DR D lBONEY,
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to C430 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
NEAR DEATH IN BIG PONd
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me intense
suffering," she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I hare not been
troubled in twelve years' Mrs. So-
per lives In Big Pond, Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore
lungs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asth-
ma, croup, whooping cough and all
bronchial affections. 50c and St. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
BATTLE IN A BANK
Manager Emptied His Gun at the
Thieves, but They Escaped with
Montreal, Canada, Sept. 14.-The
branch of the Provincial bank at Ya-
'machiche, between here and Quebec,
was dynamited yesterday and gold and
notes to the value of $4,900 secured.
Two charges were used by the bandits
to open the safe.
On the first explosion Mr. Bienvenu,
the manager, who lives over the
bank. was thrown out of bed. Grasp-
ing his revolver, he went to the head
of the. stairs to find three men the
act of placing a second charge in the
door of the safe. He immediately
opened fire and continued until his
revolver was emptied, without even
fearing the men at their work.
While he was reloading the second
(charge went off. blowing the door of
the safe through the counter and
flooring him. By the time he came to
his senses the safe was empty and
I the robbers had fled. The bank is fully
covered by Insurance. No trance of
the robbers has been found.
TrTrgrTFIr AFTER FOUR YEARS
nas a nost or friends here. He is a
brother of Messrs. Ben and Charles
Rheinauer. CARNEGIE MEDAL FOR A NEd4A
Whe Peried His Lie to Steas e
Mr. A. M. Hunter, bookkeeper for the Who Piled His Liftol
Istachatta Phosphate Co, came In last Little White
evening to cmsult Dr. F. E. MeClme Athens, Sept. 14.-An effort w l be
and take treatment. He Is now tay- made to cre a Carnegie dal r
ing at the Ocala House. By the way, Deldo Warn the Alram ao "e w 7 i
Dr. McClane has a number of out of entered the bUrntng hban E W.
town patients taking treatment of him. B iley a rescued tr the SeU m
at the peril of his own life, E
Ernest Lytle. the prosperous orange Mary Stone ailey, the lee of Mrs.
grower at Stanton, was here today. Bller, the well knows migiM-
writer. A subseriptien H t for a fen
Edward Fitzgerald, Inspector of con-"to reward the negro has already be
vict camps, was here looking after the started and In addition them t et:
camps around Ocala today. Mr. Fits- be reported to the Carnegie hero med.
gerald proposes to re-enter 'the news- at committee for their omaslderalta
paper ranks when his commission as 'here is very little do- t as to the
Inspector expires. He used to be a favorable action of the commit, as
live wire as a Journalist the negro's act was e OBeofi Imansu
Mr. W. F. Hewey of Clearwater,
passed through Ocala .today on his OCALA 4l-41
way home from a purchasing trip to f
the north. Mr. Hewey Is a big dry
goods merchant at Clearwater. He P. 4-. L
formerly lived at Morriston and was \
the principal merchant of the place. Meets seond
evening In each motL
Henry L. Brooks, a prominent citi- until October. VIit-
sen of Inverness and one of the own- ag brethren always weleas.
era of valuable phosphate land In Bradford Webb, Balte a ler.
that section, was a guest of the Mon- Stephen Jewett Secretary.
tezuma yesterday. I '
Col. T. P. Lloyd, one of the br lht .
and shining legal lights of CUIa" L 0.n 0 e to -
county, was a guest of the Memoaa- L O. O.md P. aesr"
ma yesterday. QWW ~ ery Tdooday
ma yesterday n Tage's Hall Visiting broerr
SPECIAL LARLY BREAKFASTS wys welcome.
W. Colbu w, N.
Those wishing r early i Mak I Lttle. Secretary.
fasts can get same at theZ k Cafe. as
HAIR WORK DONE OCAM A
All kinds of hair work done. Sati t- N 4 P.a .
faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212 .X a
North Magnolia street. Meeto evry r At a
himb Wedaiomy we.-
HOUSE TO RENT 1eg at 8:15 o'clock. VisitiL s beo b
On Fort King avenue, one of the moat Ilwayi welcome.
modern and convenient residences in P. W. Ditto, ~'r-smt.
the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av- W. C. Moore, Secretary.
enue ONCE A FAINT DREAM
ICE MAN WANTED BUT NOW A THRILUIN REALITY
Wanted, an engertic man to drive -
cle wagon, deliver and collect Apply ou can positvel haWve y l sh
to Florida Packing & Ice Co, city. re- oted and snsed ol f to e lek l
new. by an electric stitching amd -
SECONDI IAND BAAO WAjMIRD Ishi machine. D. W. Ooodwi., moe-
maker, Ocala, Fla., nest deer eat to
At the plant of the Florida Packiag M Ost s uma HoteL d
and Ice Co.. Ocala, Fla. Motema_
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND SILLS
Let the Star office print and perfer.
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In- W A
voice ledgers and bill head systems
We are prepared to do the work. IT IS MY TIME TO Do
ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fa.
* .y *
Judge Bell and Deputy Will Hta
went out this moinga In thejagg
auto and enjoyed their firt dove ahoot
of the season. They retired with
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
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OCALA V3NING STARS TUDAYS, EPTUmi, 14u
The sensation in motor cars for
no need to say anything for this car
'^Ww ^w --- WTi^JCWW -c W Ii"WW
PlmRIDA'S OLD EST COIt LFO
COLLEUq ACAoDMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
FINA ART%, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND
Carnegio Hail sad thid men's dormitory now completed; electric
g hts, steam Na fwuaW beat; large faculty; perfect health condl-
tios; fne gymmaatum, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts. golf links;
SbasebaL football ad basketball teams champions of Florida in 1"9.
Nearly a quarter f e million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
s eolarshbip available; Christian but undenominational; stands for
SCIAXACTE :-: CUrlTVU :-: Cm Ui
SF r CatalegA Address the President:
WL. F. Uarkmu, Ph D, Wteer Park, Fla.
-E-S-::: LITTLE BON:- os
IEnWE'S LITTLE BONANZA
' &. OnE VNVUET
a a a KALA FUDA
ALL KINDS OF
Freh Memt s remerls, hiokens, Eggs, to.
BIeght a Seld.. Frsh and 8at Water Fiah. Thi Most Con-
plato Pla se f It Kind in the Country. RIe-mdeled and Right
Up-To-Doa. First Class Restaurant in Cnnection. First Clam
Mea l and Reasonable Beard to We-kly Customers
Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
Telephone No 111
P. 0. Box No. 652
Official Report of the Proceedings at
the September Meating of
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 7, 1909.
The board of county commissioners
met. Present: Hon. George MacKay,
chairman, and J. M. Mathews, W. J.
Crosby, N. A. Fort and M. M. Proe-
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved, and the fol-
lowing proceedings were had:
Judge J. 0. Turipseed appeared
before the board and requested the
board to review their action in refus-
Ing the bill of cost in the case of the
state of Florida vs. E. O. Barnard, and
after explanations the board granted
the request and ordered the balance
of the costs paid.
There was presented and read to
the board a petition signed by more
than one-focrth of the registered vot-
ers of election district number 19 of
Marion county, Florida, asking for an
election to be held in said district, to
decide whether hogs shall be permit-
ted to run at large in said district.
said petition being presented under
chapter 6001 of the laws of the state
of Florida, acts of 1909, and there-
upon Commissioner Proctor introduc-
ed the following resolution:
Whereas, There has been presented
to this board a written application
from more than one-fourth of the reg-
istered voters of election district No.
19 of Marlor county, Florida, asking
for an election to be held in said dis-
trict to decide whether hogs shall be
permitted t. run at large in said dis-
trict; therefore, be it
Resolved, By this board that an
election to decide whether hogs shall
be permitted to run at large In elec-
tion district No. 19 of Marion county,
Florida, be and the same is hereby
ordered to be held in the said district
on the 26th day of October, A. D. 1909,
and that the clerk of this board give
thirty days' notice of said election by
publishing the notice of said election
in the Ocala Star, a newspaper pub-
lished in Ocala, Marion county, Flor-
ida, the said newspaper being the one
published nearest to the said dis-
Which resolution, being seconded.
was unanimously adopted.
Mr. Luffman appeared before the
board with reference to a public road
known as Oriner Farm road, and com-
( plained that the McDowell Crate &
Lumber Co., bad fenced the same. The
matter waa referred to Commission-
er Crosby with power to act.
A petition requesting a public road
from Levon to Belleview, better de-
scribed a beginning at the southwest
corner of southwest quarter of north-
west quarter of section 14, township
17, south range 22, then on a straight
line to old Wire Road at the south-
east corner of section 1, township 17,
range 22, thence straight on old Wire
road until t intersects with the Ocala
and Summerfleld public road and Ag-
new avenue, town of Belleview.
The rules ip this case were waived,
and the petition granted, provided the
McGehee Lumber Co., gives the right
of way and survey free of cost to the
W. J. Markham, upon request, was
relieved of the bond of Arthur Galli-
peau to carry fire arms, and the clerk
directed to notify said Arthur Galli-
peau of such action.
The board thereupon made the fol-
"This is to certify that the bearer,
A. R. Keys, is a resident of this counh-
ty and that he is entitled to free ad-
missidn to the free school for deaf
and blind, in accordance with the pro-
visions of section 4, chapter 5209 of
the laws of Florida."
GEO. MACKAY, Chm.
J. M. MATHEWS.
M M. PROCTOR.
N. A. FORT.
W. J. CROSBY.
Board of County Commissioners, Ma
roan County, Florida.
A petition asking that the board
lay out public road 40 feet wide, be-
ginning at intersection of Orange av-
enue and Bay street, plat of Weir
Park, town of Lake Weir. running
thence 33 degrees, west approximate-
ly 1200 fee:, to the waters of Lake
Weir, along the center of Orange av-
enue, plat of Weir Park. Said pro-
posed public roadway is already open-
ed and used as a street, being in sec-
tion 4, township 17, range 24, east.
Said petition was referred to Com-
missioner Proctor for investigation.
Wednesday Morning, 8 O'clock
The boa'J of county commissioners
met, all members being present.
Commissioner MacKay made his
report of the county jail, which report
is as follows:
Ocala, Fla, Sept. 7, 1909.
Honorable Board of County Commis-
sioners, Marion Co., Fla.:
al cens from the Uiler's residence
part and som repairs and remodel
ing that this part of the jail will serve
the purpose intended for many years
to come with little additional expeu e
The matter of raising the bridge
over Juniper Creek was taken up and
referred to Commissioner Fort, with
power to act.
Upon motion it was ordered that
an appropriLtion of $3 per month be
made for Mrs. Mary Sewell, warrant
to be made to Jabie Gore, ot Graham-
A petition asking for public neigh-
borhood road from Ocala to Anthony,
hard road to run east of half section
line through sections 21 and 22, to
section line running north and south
between sections 22 and 23, township
14. range 22. east, was Sled and laid
over until next regular meeting of the
It was ordered that the Candler and
Ocala road, as shown by map. be
granted, and that the wire be furnish-
ed (46 inches) for a fence for the road
through Mr. Fort's and Mr. A. A.
Mathews' lands, they being the only
persons filing protests, and that no
other opposition be considered should
any be made with reference to the
right of way
P. T. Griggs is, upon motion, au-
thorized to straighten the public road
near his house, so as to take in a lit-
tie neck of land.
The petition heretofore filed asking
for a neighborhood road, beginning
between the 12th and 13th mile posts
of the Astor public road, and running
in a northerly direction across sec-
tions 19 and 18, in township 15, range
24, to intersection at Fort Gates pub-
lic road in section 18, was granted.
W. Lufman handed to the board a
treasurer's receipt for $147.90, paid
in on account of the Sparr hard road.
On motion It was ordered that Mr.
Doney be paid $5 and Commissioner
MacKay requested to investigate the
cause, with power to act.
The petition asking for a road from
Sparr to Lowell, west, was called up
and action deferred until October
The matter of the roof and gutters
at the armory was referred to Chair-
man MaeKay, as well as the matter of
painting the galvanized iron and look-
Ing after the leaks in the court house.
The petition asking for change in
the public road, heretofore filed, com-
mencing at that point where the said
road turns west from the feld of D. .
Jones and running thence north to
the point directly in front of the res-
Idence of D. Jones, thence due
west until line of the proposed change
intersects with the Ocala and Old
Town road. Said proposed change of
road being in section 11, township 13,
range 19. Said petition was granted.
Commissioner Mathews filed his re-
port of the poor farm, which is in
words and figures as follows:
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 7. 1909.
To the Honorable Board of Marion
Gentlemen-Having visited the
county poor farm for the month of
August, beg leave to report as fol-
The inmates continue to be twelve
in number, four white and eight col-
ored; no deaths having occurred since
our last meeting. I have secured the
; services of Mr. George Stevens and
wife of Oak as superintendent of the
farm at $35 per month, to fill the va-
cancy made by the resignation of Mr.
W. J. May. The expense account,
amounting to $103.90 is hereto attach-
J. M. MATHEWS.
f Com. in Charge.
Superintendent's salary, $35; cook-
f ing, $14; washing and ironing, $9.50;
nurse hire. $10; Helvenston & Pas-
teur, $10.50; Martin & Can, $19.80;
Tydings & Co., $5.10. Total, $103.90.
The pay rolls kept by the clerk for
the payment of road hands working
for W. M. Lucius were examined and
approved, and a warrant ordered is-
sued for $250 for the payment of road
hands during the month of September.
The following persons were granted
licenses to carry fire arms, having
presented proper bonds to the board.
vis: J. B. Lacky, W. A. Knoblock, W.
M. McLeod, Harry Feinberg, J. M.
Poster, G. D. Turner, A. P. Monroe. C.
B. Strickland. Emmett Robinson, L J.
Hall, R. B. Meffert and T. J. Perry.
Harry Peter having presented his
petition in due form and the same
having been advertised as required by'
law, a permit was granted to the said
Harry Peter to sell liquors, wines and
beer in election district No. 24, Ma-
rion county, Florida.
J. L. Trotter, W. C. O'Bannon, B. F.
Duke and W. H. Mills, having pre-
senited their petitions in due form
and same having been advertised as
required by law, permits were granted
to said parties to sell liquors, wines
and beer in election district No. 24,
heModesty f Wf
. ., .
Naturally makes them shrink from the idemcate
novions examinations, and unpleasant local tremeniii j
physicians consider essential in the tram t f d
e, if help can be had, it is better to submit to third
the disease grow and spread. The tron le k that oft
an undergoes all the annoyance and shamerir nothing.
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pierce's Farow ri
tion write in appreciation of the cure which dispenses wth the
nations and local treatments. There-is no other medicine o
and safe for delicate women as "Favorite Prescription." It cures
debilitating drains, irregularity and female weak It alwl
almost always cures.
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Some of the numerous and strongest of professional endorsements
cnts will be found in a pamphet wra around the bottle also bha
mailed free on request, b Dr V. ierce of- Buffalo, N. Y. Th'to
sional endorsements houd have far more weight than any amount of tL e 4W -
nary lay, or non-professional testimonials.
The most inteligntat womn now-a is-dav ot on knowing Wht tIi '
medicine instead of opening their moths ie a lot of youigbirds and
down whatever is offered hem. "Favorite Prescriptiop" is of INOW r if$ .
POSTITON. It makes weak women strong and -sick women well
Dr. Pierce's Medicil Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
pensc Of mailingly. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufo, N. Y., 31 one-cas
tamps for coth-bound copy.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge, by letter. All mch n Iaf
tions are held sacredly confidential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate stomach, iver
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy t t takes candy.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY I
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the sisters of St. Joseph. oang
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efuUly Trained along Physical. Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines, Heal thy Location. Magnlfeent Swinming
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolr ooms, Dormitore, Dining Hal and
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
St Joseph's Academy, Ioreto, Florid
Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the 1
We have Just received one of the famous- Id i ,
Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine especially
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mower wl
does the work perfectly. If y6u will favor us wi
your patronage, we guarantee to gYve you back
Mower in better condition than the day you
it It wil be sharp, and stay sharp longer than t
old style way, which Is usually done by
rienced workman with a file or an emery wheel
Neta time you Mwer uee& s-l
brIg 1 tIn, aor otly us, we w4
make It ut e s no ley It will ipaiue
dependent upon the county for sup-
port, and the same was filed.
Mr. G. 8. Scott appeared and pre-
sented bill for renewal of the insur-
ance on the county poor farm build-
ing for $27, which was ordered paid.
The pension claim of Mary Mitchell
was considered by the board, and up-
on reliable information that the said
Mary Mitchell was not a resident of
the state of Florida, the said claim
The following bonds to carry fire-
arms were laid over until next meet-
ing of the board, to-wit: Z. P. Hath-
cox, Edward Elbertson and W. H.
Tax Collector Carney filed his re-
port of licenses collected during the
month of August as follows: State,
$91; county, $53. Total, $144.
The treasurer filed his report of
receipts and disbursements as fol-
Receipts... ...... .........$ 305.19
Disbursed.. ............ 277.26
Balance... ...... .......$ 27.93
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