Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03274
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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ImU irw Woe es Celred, oFr Es-
kle-end -irtydix Degs with
Pary at te" Pale
Battle Haror. Lbrador, Sept. 17.-
"We heted the tars and Stripes
twice at the North Pole." paM Mat-
thew Heason. Commander Robert a
Peary's colored lentenant, and the
eely other elvllasd man, according to
Peary, who ever reached the pole.
I He gave yetedr to the Asso-
elated P s an count ft the one
eight and two days he and Command-
er Puy and feouar akmos camped at
90 degrees rth latitude. Henson
persally te n raising the
AMraun flag, and he led the Eski-
msa In the cheers sa an extr cheer
for Old Glory I the tk imo tMegue.
Neowel Ow0" ewy
"We arrived at the pole Just before
una. April th the party consisting
of the .ommidr., myself, four Edkl-
moa and thlrty-six do, divided Into
two M stohanem equal ia number and
e" respectively by Commander
Peary sa d myself
"Our mrt task on reaching the pole
wau to baild two eloos as the weather
was hbay and prevented taking aecur-
Me observatits to confirm the dis-
tame traveled fem Cape Columbia.
Having completed the now house, we
hbad dto e which Included tea made
n eour alcohol stove, and then retired
to rest, thus sleeping oee night at the
North Pole.
"When we first raised the American
11g Its position was behind the Iglooe.
which, according to our initial obser-
vations, was the position of the pole,
but en taking subsequent observations
there Stars and stripes were moved
anedpiae 1n yards west of the first
peltieon, the dfereaces in the obser-
vations being due perhaps to the
mov- i ke.
"Wbhe the ftg was placed. Com-
mander Paery exelalmed In English!
'We will plant the Stars and Stripei'
at the North Pole.' In the native lan-
guage I proposed three cheers, which
were given in the kimo's own ton-
gme. The roslmes danced about and
showed great pleasure that the pole
at last reached "
Season, who reached the farther
north with Peary three years ago, said
I that conditions were about the same
at the pole as elsewhere in the Arctic
Circle. Al was a solid sm of ice, with
a two-foot lead of open water two
miles from the pole.

was seen in the red face, hands an.1
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from ecnema had, for five years, de-
f-ed all remedies and bhafled the best
doetors, who sad the poisoned blood
bad affected his lungs and nothing
cold save hinm. "But, writes his
mother, "seven bottles of electric Bit-
ters completely cured him" For erup-
tio ecema, salt treum, sores and
alld bo d lorders and rheumatism
lectrc Bitters is iopreme. Only 500.
Oi.aptrsd by all druggists.

Mm Hery Nediug of Pld, Ala,
Wa Very Partioulr About Her
moebel House
rewton, Ala., Sept. 17.-News has
reached here of the kihmg of Mrs.
Wimlli Nowfl, one of the wealth-
aot women lAouthern Alabama. by
Mrs. Henry Nowlng, hear Pollard,
Ala., yesterday.
The younger woman, Mrs. Henry
Nowlg, M a alece by marriage of the
woman killed, and had forbidden the
use of a smoke house on her place for
storage o th effats of Mrs. William
NowUin. thrateniw to kid her If she

L D4 ed the place 8be used a shotgun
e a carrying out her threats. The wo-
m a wbo i alleged to have done the
I AD shootita escaped, presumably Into

Carlisle Center, . T, 0. B. Burhanw
Mddns writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cared of
; 'b 4 d4y trouble by taking two bottles
I eF Poly's Kidney Remedy, and aIter
f ar years I am again pleased to sta'e.
0.t I hav never bad any return of
tlhao symptoms and I am ivldently
Cured to ay ared" PWeys Kdney
.... ws s do same for you So:d
byk an da-ms.o

rho, U Kasa girl
mea Wasguk Illax Sept. 17.--Rev. Wal-
lace turkey, pester of the Chris-
/ag- tiean chebrch ot WIlamshurg, Kha,
Ne. M; a"d editor of the W lMamsburg Star.
is onned In te uty Jal on the
crh a of havin abducted Lorenm
Shrlad, sxtn year of age and
the daughter of a wealthy farmer of
WUamabu rg fo hr b aome.
SThe g originaly a brunette, but
W a blonae, aIso is In custody. She
wi be retused to her parents anu be
Uod as a witness against the accused
MOMnd -

Are i Jost barely getting around
by the a of crtehes or a cane? Un-
sM yot baae lost a limb or have a

School opened here Monday with a
good attendance. Mr. T. J. Anderson
is the teacher.
It seems a little dull here after the
visitors have all gone for the summer.
Tbhe last ones were elly and made
things quite lively, viz: Messrs. L J.
Mista, Pred Hampton. Jake Padgett,
Sam Misn, Mrs. Avers and her
charming daughter, Miss Mabel. al of
whom were from the city of Gaines-
Miss Mamle McGahagin of Oklawaha
made a short visit here on her way
hboe from Jacksonville, where she
had been visiting. All were glad to
me bee again.
Mr. J. H. Pegram. a pleasant mer.
chant and pleasing postmaster, is
away on business for a few days. He
has accepted a position as agent for
the ginger Sewing Machine and seems
to be getting along fine with them. We
are-glad to see him doing so well
Mr. Niblack arrived this afternoon
with a very Ane drove of beef cattle.
Mt. John Rideout of Putnam coun-
ty, has moved his family in to send
hli children to schooL
Mr. Charles Hodges is Just up from
a spelt of fever. All the sick folks am
Improving There has been more
sickness in this section lately than
has ever been known before.
Mr. P. J. Hall of Tltusville has been
spending a few days with his mother
and brother at his old home. We were
glad to see him back again.
Mr. and Mrs I. N. Wimberly seem
to be ery happy. They have all of
their children home with them for a
few days.
Mr. H. H. Rast of Weirsdale, has
been spending a week with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rast.
Quite a pleasant evening was spent
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Wimberly by a crowd of young folks
last Thursday evening, namely Mies
Done and Clara Waldron, Maude and
Lucle Pegram and Florence Hall and
Messrs J. H. Pegram, D. Waldron
and J. B. Hall, Will, Fred and Reade
Wimberly. Dancing was the amuse-
Orange Springs will soon be doing
about. We are having a canal sur-
veyed up Orange Creek. The survey-
ers are here now and are delighted
with the place.
Miss Edyth Lvingston, a charming
young lady from Edgar, Is the guest
of Miss Maude Pegram this week.
Mr. C. M. Johnson and Mr. John
Martin from Johnson were pleasant
visitors here Sunday.
Mr J. J. Pegram made a business
trip to Oeala, Citra and other points.
While away, his sister, Miss Maude,
has charge of his business.
Messrs. Lee and William Wimberlty
leave today for Jacksonville, where
they will go to work again.
Red Wing.
Red Wing writes good letters, but
she should mail them not later than

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A Citisa of Albany, 0., TestiOe to
the Prasperity of his Teow Under

'WlUe at White Springs t has bees
my pleasure to meet Mr. L. L Smith
and his charming wife fom Albany.
Ga., and from Mr. Smith I learned
the ftoowlag acts regardIa the on-.
ditises at his town since ste-wide
prohibition has been Ia force Ia Gost-
Albany is a town of 1e Wlalb i-
tants. There were formerly 27 sa
0o0ns. Them ngr vote was to L
therefore local option was IhapO
The criminal income of the town wa
something like $7 or SwS. Blace
January, 1,, when preibitl went
Into efect, the busdbfs of Albany
has steadily Increased 75, has
been expended on a new city hall and
street Improvements.
The contract fat a $MS.MN cotton
m will be let September 14th. An
eleethe rmet ear line s In contem-
plation. Crlme N per cent less. Most
oft the former aloenkOepera remained
ia the town, pieg late other aes of
legitimate business. The schools have
an attendance of some 8,0 pupils, an
inrease over 10M. More dwellings
have been built since January, 1n,
than In years before. Real estate has
steadily increased In value.
Mr. mith is a contract. sad build-
er whose business represents 3 *
annually. He employes an average of
Smen. He cut shabort his stay at
White Springs to get homes to bid on
S new cottages that were to be built
for employees of the mill.
He says that lklor will never again
be sold ia Georgia. Werythingr
better without It. This is testimony
from a high and reliable source, for
no man In South Georgia would ques-
tion the judgment nor Integrity of R.
L Smith. This I learned through
some fellow towsme who ar he bre
Mrs. Van ood.

abilmhmnt of Liqur Trufle a Seem
Athens, Ten., a rapidly growing
young city of M0 people. voted out
the saloos fve yards ago.
It would now be bard to fnd a
prominent business man who would
advocate the re-opening ot the dram-
Business M s pospered, school at-
tendance inerased, the people are
now spending thousands of dol In
legitimate trade that with open sa-
loons would o for drink. and a elvle
pride has developed of which conal-
denee In and loyalty to the prohibi-
tion law Is a couslecuous feature.
The proprietor of ne of the largest
factories In this section. U. G. Fisher,
of the Athens Hosaery MUll, ns
suma up the results of prehibitiba:
"The town Is growing steadily and I
think is mote prosperous today than
ever before in Its history. We have
fewer police arrests. There has bee
no increase In taation I know of no
one who would like to go back to the
old regime. New enterprises are
coming in and quite a number of new
buildings are being erected. I have
never yet seen an argument for the
perpetuation of saloons that was not
as full of holes as asleve."

Sprauglhdi, Oh Happy Over Its
nMbP Law
The liquor press have been ecreu-
Isting the charge that Springfield, 0.,
has been forced to make reductions
in Its general expense, on account of
the new prohibition administration In
that city. In a letter the Rev. P.
Ross Parrish, D. D, pastor of the
Central Methodist Episcopal chtr.
of Slpringteld, declares: "There are
no reduetions in the e or police de-
partments in the general expense on
account of prohibition." and encloses
an ot elal letter of their maalterial
aamelaton, dated Ma l1 which
notes the first decMed benefits of the
new regime In that city of fifty thou-
sand people.
The praseal Liberty League

Here Is a series of commandments
that the Personal Liberty League of
Cincinnati has as a part of the foun-
dation principles of Its organization:
L would do unto others a I would
have others do unto me (excepting
women mad the children who are the
maint sfr from drunken fathers
and humibs..)
I believe i equal rights to all anud
special privileges to none (except to
the malon keeper, and I believe in
letting him do all the devilment he
I promise to assist the upholding
of all the laws of our great state,
county and city (except so far as they
relate to the saloon busMoes, and I
believe In letting the saloon do just
as It plases all the time).
These m a few of the come and-
ments of this Personal liberty Lsgue
and the words in brackets u or
own. but they elecidate the real
meaning of thee social anarchsts
who wonld destroy every veie of
government and the laws of govern-
ment that interfere In any way with
their nefarious caling.-Ctisen.

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Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car etully Trained along Pysica In*l i.
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Pool, Complete Equipment In Sebooir oomrs, Dormitorie, Ding Ha ull
Rete"atib Roona~
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SBUPMERIO
St. Joseph's Academy, Lore,.o Florida


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and have a little beart-to-beart talk with him,
If he is the right kind he will be glad when
you tell him to use


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(Desh Dey rlr Twas Mait)
and pure linseed oil. Every good painter
nomws that he can do better work with our
White kd than wi inferior
Our HousWarn Paating Out.
it N. i sed valhbuoth tou
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III oedway, New York

Have Your- Lawn Mower Sharpened by the Yi

Latest Methods

SI We have just eeived one o the-famot

1iwn Mower Grinders, a machine aepsellyg h
for the purpose of grinding lawn Mowuf m waw M
does the work pfectly. If you'will fi

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old style way, which is usually done bt I&
rieed workmanr with fi~e or an my. w' ~~I;

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It was a thrilling experiene to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me intense

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Go a In his la te wlleasm plucke
5 Sthe foof lt e fera the tx-nth-
X Eold cld t Mr. and Mrs. L C; Ornt
1i llt B, M nday as. Its remain were laid to
OWN' rest In the Forreat Grove cemetery.
I SI .L" r SIt * ArcOla county. Mr. and Mrs. Grant
'-- The check a ut is mayor thhab ar former residents of the Butchton
g M W It nmees mee to any buses. mhelehboa" sand the inant child was
= meow--,,, . It Is a eCapae regulator, a con- ee of the twins that Dr. BHtch ge
V vent method of meeting your obU- such eonedaaung remarks through
-. L MM Asatem S e way to traswr nmmey, the columns of the 8tar. A few word
S an ecurakt account of everyday of enaourag ent iad sympathy were
A ~i ,- U Dunn trasmetiei a ree rd forfture rof- apoken at the grave by Bro. Ware.
*fMS amuIf pandtas the erenee. The fond parents have our sympathy
_ot b '110'10Ml. Mr. S VC Tou deposit your mouey with the In their bereavement and sorrow.
1 t e Wgg bp banl hak; them with a checb k bs o you A Friebd.
a'amSmd t @B t WUa ma e a"t i s hme yeur own mofme
at ry Wst, IC to pay the people you owe. The PREJUDICE AGAINST PEARY
0em7 M Ve06ed checks come beek to the beak and
4mse a m *t- su yearn m are har d to oar account. His Inulting Remarlm Agaist Cook
1s, r iy l a-i s rr. ~ r- Th chek account Is adjutah to Hav Set Germany Agains
Sate ti 6w iet plae au y buses. It reou Isue ebcks Him
:m Od~d &f m t t 1e was amounting to $6 a month or SW a
m tI thi me ir fte taM at day, the system meets your nu as Hamburg, Germany. Sept 17.-Com-
MalmMdo, 'la ee*Ot d, 1s a -c well In oe case a the other. menttag on the last Interview with
"M aMM wi M bt 2h ail- "COheeks are mtrafferable any number Commander Peary, ent out from Bat-
4 N e d.ll sMe e emlfg to thti of times Theyy may a log ddi- tie Harbor, Labrador, the Hamburger
l F. Be emd hMe ftw 1 on m d tance before they are returned to the Nachrichteu say: These high ooand-
Isr.. ha aet r4 I"t bank upon which they are drawn. tnl words have made an extremely
S et.- ala i to hio Sm O hid One little cheek may do the ,work of unpleasant wpi.p-eon and they wil
6, i the eM- Slr 0 0ate, a hundred do ars scarcely draw new friends for Com-
g l. a ha f whMo 1as sander Peary
a -Ias wr a a m m 9 ad his THE MUNROE A CHAMBLISS BANK This evmpliflt the general tone of
Shatat blf d he Wi la t to ha the north German press, which leans,
es dea st. ,OoI In the Polar cont.ovel y, strongly to
Cook, who is supported by the Ham-
A ATTLK I AL b ur Geographical Society.
ee mis at hi hem at eaew yam e
___A ESMO" 1 b _=aaw l- t 6 Rochester, Minn., Sept 17-Governor
ls- that the smb -eatp m e d for Johnson, who was operated on yes-
nn g o, Irr %, 60 Nia the ken terday. spent a fairly easy day, eon-
sidering the seriousness of his condl-
Thuse knests lawd the awot ed t
a to alsh rwI a~r A S -r m a UNTO EVERY MAN Tonight will determine whether he
m e Inbd the belw .ro oplaiU T ---g will recover, a his physicians expect
Sf. t usof the Wtoh e Is Given tie Right of Investigatie the crucial time to come before the
.- .. -. Iemsoi -nas Many remain Ignorant by takig dawn of another day. Should he pasa
...... ^oo 2 m somebody word for a thin this crists, there will be definite hope
i- -hS th5 h w, u ha ntt I give the why and whso' for for his recovery, although he will not
el aM Ti s .sd e t bttmeeverythlag I do in our optical work. be out of danger for several days.
and prove It to your eyes without
and sve adt SW Ploefw M tou M s dii4ng1 or cutting on them. HEALTH AND VITALITY
Sand "th thf1erem* a Protest
tLt ed to be heade. Thea il of the D. D. MK ONET, Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
S W r at b b a 2p ma n to. ( te Eyesght Specialist your complexion of pimples and
tled asn& at 0ap sra treat_- Ocala la. blotches Uke Foley's Orino Laxative,
meat. We beast ad tbu e t aide Ofice hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:3 for Indigestlon, stomach and liver
Sf be i t w rta te etaM to 4:3 p. m. Optical office and lab- trouble and habitual coastipation.
os th e hem nar m the rte
sarm hed, a pie a iartociui oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block Cleanes the system and is pleasant
st rate a pltr tied to a mle pole to take. Sold by all druggists.
ad wreat was th detrmett at the The Medulla tropical Topic wants
he. et, but with a thin sbiaghtr of the postoffce department to Investi- Captain Harry Price, who Is pro-
S the mminefa by the Ihedred ad gate the Everglades afvertsling being prietor of the hotel at Port Inglis, and
te mBars the oest seeime to mal- done by certain frms in various cities is also engaged in the towing buai-
tiply, I-stead dreae. north about the sugarcane plantations nes, was in the city Saturday. While
SDa lourt eor a th We th West he around MiamL All this advertising is here he met his old friend, Mr. S. P.
:dromato of the b stingers a igment of the brain, as the Topic Anthony. formerly of Cedar Keys, but
b eeamo am speatln- that o, Mrs. says no such fields exist In that sec- now of Ocala. and took him home with
IhMttiag. part it ahmi-tb ght on ton. The Topic, speaking of the him. Mr. Anthony built the towboat.
ervo a prstra~ tio. l ternalg aad Diton attempt to grdw sugarcane "Gem." and used the boat In bringing
hearing the tale of we Of n wife and make sugar on Everglades land, lumber from the Suwannee river to
a" d dbhter, we be an w oar ef- asys it was a dismal failure. The the Crystal River Lumber company's
fa s to sabde thm and whife en. Topic Is mistaken In this. If that edl- plant in this city.-Crystal River
i"d ie this w Work or god frien tor wll consult Captain Rose, the ca- News.
Mr. C. PaeCkha eam alg a ad pMbe state chemist, he ill find that
after eyeag t atMi rtisnarlley, the statement made Is a mistake. The HAVE YOU A BABY
remartk there was ly o- way to Dmston sugar making experiment was Then watch It closely. And above
s"e Rmiate the pea4 and that was to a success all things don't let it suffer for any
; rmre th w eindw eaig and get at length of time with worms-that if
. their slts. So he heroally put on Kenneth Clark of Tampa. is in the fatal. If its complexion gets yellow
S the los, uaed a vel us a visor and city. He Is a son of Mr.-end Mrs. R. and pasty, if it is listless, cross or
with a prayer charged wit hr s S. Clark, former citizens of Ocala peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu-
e i sad suphrkc aM, a hammer Mrs. Clark Is a daughter of Capt.Jno. lence give it White's Cream Vermifuge.
ad cldiel mounted thi ladder, rip. H. Welsh. Mr. R. S. Clark began his The only cure that never falls and has
p- ed e the wadow scals and re- business career at Welshton ome 27 no bad effects. Sold by all druggist
easd a a mll l Jackets. years ago with Captain Welsh, when
K. They way they aled the air and ca-' that gentleman Invaded the wilds of James Pyles, of Ocala. and'W. I.
V r ted around and dd all nsm er of Welshton from ROe. P. and began Nichols. of Wlldwood, accompanied
,stu nts ad combned attacks would to denude the forest there around and by Misses Abble and Johnnye Rut-
have m- d the act the GOreean shipped the lumber to Palatka by the land, of Inverhes, formed a jolly au-
r' phalan pale. Mr. Packham then lorida Southern railway. Afterward tomoblle party that visited Crystal
pi: id at their sts, s old eb ad a when Mr. Clark had married MlI River Sunday. The party took dinner
Sappled the ombhattim etermo ation Welsh, he came to Ocala and for a at the Willis House, returning to In-
mixture, until the gronadwas covered time ran the Monteuma and after- verness Sunday afternoon.-Crystal
with yaltow bodies and soaked in their wards the Oala House. He then River News.
wer. moved from here to Tampa.
"t ouarse Mr. Pmbhm got stung. IT SAVED HIS LEG
et ely oe but ma times, but he Pro. McKlnney of Candler, was in "An thought Id lose my leg." writes
neve assed trom bn la d s mti ar* town today to comult Doe. Blackiston A. Swenson. Watertown. Wis.. "Ten
'L aitd. We took up the work sad about a sick horse and male. He ld years of eczema, that 16 doctors could
with toe anad. sprayer ut d another his grove has a ferce attack of white not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
army nrdt by estinlg the work for fly. but he had routed them by spray- Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It sound
th e day we are eM to think L a g. The peacsh trees were doing and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
S vitary ba pere~ t em or nmer fairly well. but the worms were play- eczema, salt rheum, bollsv fever sores.
Saad the idIe of jacket hs been ilg havoc wth the seedHgs and he burns sads, cuts and piles. 25c at
st ampdia et of the Dltftig r home. It thought plum stock to graft on was alli druggisb
Is a e perlmes that is net pleasant the thing.
Sal we L t eame te pSt, for The county commissioners of Hills-
w e f w A, hiLt their m ponte Charles Peyster made a big ship- borough county by a vote of three to
m "- t thlt -metrate t]hiSh- i Pidr ment of his Grand Royal cigars yes- two declined the offer of the Tampa
a beahn .k am eaMiy 5M a terday to Hot Springs Ark., and to Times to publish a monthly Itemized
.,t "is S 'h the n-edl thin Oakland. Cali. This ia quite a feather account of their expenditures free, If
pA s i e. o. gingh and thir sln t Mr. Peyser's cap, but then that copy was supplied the paper. It was
'are pm f "l, swel- MI-and Isting for brand ira dandy smoker and a prime a very generous offer for the Times
Hl- b tmavorlte with those who love to smoke to make and the commissioners should
ae a good cigar, have taken advantage of It
-im Blel Gertrurde. Batslde was

Smarri l Atlta re mstly to Mr. Henry G. Dunn, one of the pioner TO BE HAPPY
yma ai W e he Mrri e orae rowers of Cltr. wa n town you m t have good health. You cant
S. is eta at f thIr s outin, yesterday for the first time In a yeur. have good health If your liver Is not
r s8 l ier visBatis r Ister, lMr- Dunn 1" still engagedIn tk1dn doing Its duty--slow but sure poison-
Mr'. Oscar Tisanr a MS Stwhere care of orange groves, Ia many ng is going on all the time under such
M. 9tI1', mI1taMle I asb e. Omal rlids are pleased to see him. circumstances. Ballsrd's Herblne
s, i n DBtch elder t thIs e s dau makes a perfectly healthy liver-
S O MrA 0, L hMbeld6 O er o ths. dy Ceimn, an odstrne pba e keep the stomach and bowels right
II. Mr WM be at hL m boy from the Posphate City, Dun-a and ts as a tonic for the entire sys-
ld oe Mb 1 11 at "mr. ello a home from an outign the te t. old by all druggists.
k outing in the mountains of North
..4 t M, r. S C. Ma sh oa f e ab was In Caolim. It is Mr. Clement's aInten- Mrs. J. T. Rawls, who has been
1 1t tl and. mae he Sta m ti to bring his family t o Oela and spending the summer at the summer
S s 0mr.e e hashm po ma e thini hme. resorts in Virginta, will return to-
. frreals nei o a. e-ar os ltak morrow. Mr. Rawls will meet Mrs.
m .. th at a of C pt. e, rHugh Ntichol the Wldwood bone Rawls at Ocala and accompany her
P- ii dealer, came up yesterday In his au- home.-Crystal River News.
Ipmh -a ta I Is leasio m toi-nlle.
t M d'an wl = l hisfamily will We are showing the best 26c Do not be deceived by unscrupulous
S' b. tat p Ia ly w eb showing the bIet 5e. bOX of imitators who would have you believe
mave for tt Ipsl l r Nettlesm. TDr
-- wish r. Ma te th writing paper that we have ever bad, that the imitation pills are as good as
M w s l eMrMarshwelB to ste id I you want the entire value t DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills.
"M a" and meds toho the ood y quarter, don't fail to buy this fom There Isn't anything just as good as
So t w p se m the Pit oaffice DrugsiormeE. these wonderful pills for the-relief of
E&. IL W. Nowakler a* te pamrom-Backache, Weak Back. infnamanatlon of
S.e I t el .- rt th ea wimgtoa see- the bladder, urinary disorders and all
t, was in town. thi mor with kidney complaints. Any one can take
era. yaeMs, athOWus r Marcus DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills as
ak's estema sern a e Mr. Nobes directed I perfect canfidence of good
Sad m e te Str a IaeMat caf. H results. Sold by all drugsta.
i t e m e vacraof hi lsecti was
ead a"d i tW Loat er i at ha The pencil plant of the Joseph
...a sde and I M upD came Io Crucible company resumed op-
to nr - I n 188 frm Sounth* eration Mondy morning, running on m
Coofts wA i ner rr 11fuin ll time. This plant bas been lay-
ing idle for about six weeks and the
lossn of business to our merchants has I
Ik Mm l tb 1h af Ltep9r afOw been consderable.-Crystal Rver wNews.
Saww*9 oB s m mfrmaes and tor- #1
e- l e r a blvi was ftDr. Abernethy, the -great Engllth dir
ft.n ye. ra. He wani former physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
o8NMe d Withthhe C0 reA l BRnk b When they are affected, life is In dan-

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aeE 316 MKoc REDUCUSN SALE a y
Isa Inev ue" 9that we fave eva Id U 4 1

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my a~-~s s we s lgmf t have deamM h
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Dry Goods

Yard wide Tafetta Silk, assorted colors, $1.2 quality,
at only ............ ....................69
46-inch Mohair, assorted colors, 75e quality, at
only .......... .. .... .... .. ...... .....
Sueine Silk, assorted colors, sells for 4f 1-2e, sale
price only ............. ...... ...... 2
Brown Dress Linens, good grades at upward from 14c
A large asortement of White Dress Goods, saltable for
Waists and Suits, that sold for nearly double, to go
at upward from .................. ...... .7e
36-inch White Linen Lawn, worth 40c, at only *... 21e
36-inch White Linen Sutings, worth 60c, going at
only ..................... ..... ... 24
90-inch Linen Sheeting, suitable for ladies suits, at
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... 41
Colored Dress Lawns that sold up to 15e, going In this
sale at ...... ...... ...... .....
Dress Lwns in assorted colors, going at upward
from ................. ...... ....... 3 140
40-Inch White Lawn, good quality, 15e value at oaly 10e
36-inch Percales in the newest shades, fast colors,
only ................. ......... .......
40-nch White Lingerle, very nice, worth 26c at
only ............................... ... 14
White Cross Barred Nainsooks, good quality, at only go
Colored Madras, suitable for children's drmesse at
only .... .. ... . ... .. ... .... ....... g
Arnold Colored Satines (known as broadcloth) worth
20c, at only ................ ...... ..1O.
Simpson's and American 3-4 Percales, the best made,
worth 8c, at ........ .................... ..e
28-inch Unbleached Sheeting, worth Se, at ony ....4e
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, good weight, So values,
at only ........ ............ .......... .5 -
39-inch Unbleached Sheeting, very nice quality, lie
goods, at ..... ...... ...... ... ....... 8-de
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, no starch, 'lc quality, at
only.. .. .......... ............e. .....
Amoskeag Ginghams, good for aprons, 8 quality, at
only ...... ...... ........... ...... ...51St-
Apron Ginghams, thin but serviceable, 6e goods, at
only ...... ..... ..... ...... ........ .4 1-.
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sells for 25e, at only ... .Ie
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 33c goods, In this sale only 23c


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J. a P.Coafp 8o0 1"IMe inl.di l
Gl Sed Needles at Ndr erspapr t
Guita or Banjo -a-tig at oly 8 far S
Batol-Huarflf 's BLa Pp N r "* I:*.....
300page Pesl TWafts for ...... -
"emphlsto" copyig Peunil t tor ....., .
Guaranteed Alarm Clc fot..... ****** *
72-Isch Moaqutto Bars, bta frame, for ....... .
90-nch Mosquito Bas, D Im treatr, for ely -,
Goed quality Window Shades aCt uWard* U- *i e
Boys' Percale Shirt Walss, well ma-ad Md th
at only ..................

lae Of dedg Mt go oas t w a lsO A
pr Mens ore
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Our special Is a lot of salts that we have beenm H
to $.98 whichgo in thissal fr .... ...
SAnother good lot i all wool worsted suits, =ia&eu 1
the very test style, the kind that w have 2
ting $156." for. only .. .. ....... ..4 "3

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Men's Pants -

OWf Im n them sAips is emSple Mdwer ggs a
M Eg savg .1Mfi.
Our special for this sae is a lot of pant% that w p-hv
hbeeaseUn oup to $3.98, which wl so at t
Another good lot Is soe i wpol pants made u win
the very latest style, full peg, belt strain flt d a- <'
buckles an well worth up to $5, a g e ISt
at ...... ... .... ...... .. ... . .. .


We want to take this opportunity to thank the people for their liberal patroage duri
as well as before it began.* The short notice given of this Sale is proof conlasive that, the pubi. h '-/
learned to know that when we say "SPECIAL SALB" it really means that we have reduced oar prism
to rock bottom for the occasion.

Come i and look over tne stock.-It'll ct yaeu astui



Mulberry, Sept. 17.-Owen Grace, a
negro. was Instantly killed when
struck by a bolt of lightning last ev-
ening at the mines of the Prairie Peb-
hi. Pwnna*e o. maav flaeneral Bm.-

New crop of garden and flower
Bds just received. Wmn. Anderson,
aggist and measman, Ocala, Pi





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youft blm ant dbs pllt migly sum& ~to -go.
-M ~d t"b own emumms to somosse met mmZi
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Ow Mrs. ayeraft bha bought oer splendid R e of amme sad stylUsh
.-. M~ llnery mad the aw good are afrF dalb. We hav especially
'peWty oae of 0aporAeta domest*c trimmed hbatsIs l-the meet beautiful
pms. As Ab Atyles mad a apea t ragoe V pes'ls a n-trimmed shapes
Ow tGS oft plUmeM, baght early before the rece advas Is price, will
he t "he et ever shW here. Adib the anew yle willow phmesI the aew-
at thg. Velvewo and ws for trimming. Peathrs sad oramnts of all
.Mda Mrs. Hayeraft spent tree weeks ia the marMets u t the eat study-
Sthe atlu aad making the seeetlou a person and we feel safe l say-
lg we have th faI Just what th people of DOea lad iMa ri county will

We have a ste eoralm at work hi Ocala. and are prepared to do all
iE of Camet Werk, Busid Padatiok make Cement Blocks. Cement
O d Bid8 Sidewalk, Artlteieal t oas PmCee Stete Mautetls. We pake
feer abundatm t for house werk. which look better tha brick, and
ae heapd Wareheaoe aCl Cruher on A. C. l. RBroad Track, Nort of

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holding nearly a pint each. guaranteed of the Teapot Grocery, has assumed "Golden Medical Dispovery, the a
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar- the duties of that responsible position. ICE BOX FOR SALE bodd-prlf, stomach tonic ad bol
macy. rgulator-the medicine which, whisk not
Judge Bell Issued a marriage II- r deFor sale, a lae lee box: cost $2c, ~ pi n
For sale, a lae fee box cot $ m edtocmdcw i
Mrs. S. T. Carswell returned from cense Walter B. Perry will sell for $10. cash. Suitable for a advancedS tagesa 1 ee w dll delLdo*
teddick esteday. 'accompanied by and Lettle Pe nton.large family or boarding house. Ap- do all rh a
her father and sister, Mr. R. N. John- ply at Star office. d throt,w Somc
son and Mis Eva Johnson. Mr. John- Mrs. A. G. Walden and Miss Lacle rd liver ad brn alls week
on returned to Reddick this morning Sumner of Dade City, are at the Mon- OND-AND BAG8 WANTRD e nd hor badytout h wli up toe
but Miss Eva remained to visit he teuma for a fewdays guests oftheir At the plant of the Florida PacingAnall terminal In o
asster for a day or two. sister, Miss Mildred Sumner, the pop- and Iee Co., Ocala, Fla. i the Goden M edcl
ular deputy circuit court elerk. tme and it is not likelyto
We want your prescription work LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS nly re It a
and are prepared to oer you the most Mr. E. M. Howard lI greatly ple as- tdo. t s
asled pharmaelsts pd the purest of ed over the convenience of the Sunny Let the tar office print and perwor- Yo imut
dried to MphaOuu = Tydus te Jim rpilrrd In vising his org ot the Sta offce print and pertor- yol r your ps ue mmxlerssvetin IN
a to compound hm. Tydings & Jm railroad l iti hs ate your loose leaf sheets for your in- ue for a reaonable lenth of lie tet
company. grove at Aubrdale. r and bill head system Its full bets. The l ilent of w
We are prepared to do the wyor.t Dr. l ete's mediims aomn ev med_ av
Mr. MaIodey, proprietor of the LOST-Thursday night between the We are iprepred to do the work. i ede esi ose
Sab in home of Mrs. Roper on snchea street sdl d B --bew than syi a
Oca House, who has been so I for o wo ha as venue a dove-colre KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER of lay, or nm -, isedrol sal
the past week, Is much better today and Okwera ha avenue, a wdov red hey aw no away to be expert-
and ha no ever, we are pleased toveroat A merciless murderer Is appendicitis mntedwith bat an w d a deaL s
state. the Star ofice and receive reward with many victims. But Dr. King's e at sa alda
ONCE A FAINT DREAM New Lfe Pills kill it by prevention.
WANTED-As intelligent boy, 12 to NOW A THG REALITY They gently stimulate stomach, liver Mrs. S. Perry. who owns the Ike
1 years old to act as office boy sad BUT NOW A-THRILLING REALITY and bowels, preventing that clogging Tompkinds restaurant building. Is hav-
lear the bustess. Apply at once to that Invites appendicitis, curing con- ing the same raised to street grade,
Ocal Lumber and Supply company, You can positively have your shoes tlaton. biliousness, chills., malaria, a new foundation and a new roof or
Clyatt budgre-soled and finished off to look like headache and indigestion. 25c at al the same
Cyatt budn new. by an electric stitching and fin- drAngists.
Judge W. nBullok has had seera ishlng machine. D. W. Goodwin. Shoe-. IL -
lJ St t d a I hee maker Ocaa. Fla., next door east to SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE Mrs. Irmay Peterm, aome
large' oak trees cut down In the yard Montesuma HoteL COAHIP FO m.
at his honfe on Port King avenue. A $4e scholarship in the Stanley morning in Mrs. Peters auto from
They arst out the light and had to HAIR WORK DONE Business College, of Thomasvlle, Ga, DuneUo.
be sacred. for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
All kinds pt hair work done. atts- orice
If the glare o te sun hurts your factio guaranteed. Harriet l, 1 MMr. J. S. Leach had gone to Salt
eye, et a air of smoked Slam North Magnolia street. INCRAE YOUR LIGHTSprings after Mrs. eah and Mrs.
hm or r. The Postoffice Dru INCREASE YOR LIGHTS Alexander McClure and her daughter,
The Potoee DrI have Just received a lot of the Mrs. Smith. They will return home
--r--- celebrated Halophane glass shades for tomorrow.
electric lights. Tese shades increase
Mri TMrto Draken of calaha is I your light power 75 per cent Try Mr. S. A-. awls, the naval su
he ty. Mr. Duek is an ra pop- them. H W. Tucker, the electric sup- magnate of Jacksoville. was bere
erty owner and Is here to look after I ma n_. .... ,,


SI Information We takt tosa
"- Mesurs. Bltinger Ca rrll, pre tnohe Me tharel .t
Rebekhe meet ths evelasi. pritrs of the sar, have b t the Ytar PIfr fB tel
DumeUo Advoate e fro Mr. Quiaey t-t a, 1 s -bet -I l
*wsm am Olar Ae at Ballardr E. IPeacck ad prpoe to give the Buy C am flo the pat sogi
people of Dmmef and the west side we y Creat beidelmeui
Pli eanses at the Ocala News Co o the cotry the beat eeal paper to ita cars, as the oath, a
they have ever had as moon as a sl- Py whole bought o aft R
Mr. H. N. Nrits of Atlanta is at the table a a be scared to manel. for it than other BUick elao
Ocala House. the paper. are fJust a rI& o
There were arrivals at the Oca A shooting sc ae took lace High gade Flostc. t as aa
eo we lt nigst. alght at Weirdaleo. Joe Mallard, col- th Ond of itb rm
ored, shooting a woman. Thi ot u o it gueant twre that we wm b-e lt
Mr. G. bs L of alesville It a was eamms nted to SBherif Gallo- tfed to the bet th 191 mdel V ha -
guest of the Montessm way this moralar who was asked to livery the it
looked out for the shooter. Whme the be made frmm ft w have the omra ms**
Mr. W. M. Odell of Oxford is a guest A. C. L. freight asee aloan the sherlf sould Meed 1 ears we mg4q1M
of the Moatesm was on had and nabbed Steve Carter, winter wheat. Sold ix the sme O ur 1 ae
who was oa the train. Carter protest- will be eatlues, but od llea.
Have yo seen the picture pule ed his u hmcek and said be wa t. clusively by oer wrin ba ashar a 1.
post cards at the Ocala News Co? the employ of the railroad ad would We win al so hve a. .-
eaily prove an allM. The sheriff has No. 1.8 praetlaky th M
Mr. Jomhn Ohbe of Columbus, O. ent for a deeriptlon J Joe Mallard our No. 17, only lgtly a
Is at the Mentensua. a Tr, aEA P O T 'd wn r "0- 1
The baseba gaime yeterdy after- complete, apd we tUik tus dao
se-Violot Taleum, ic. the bottle oon between te Chila* adians will hold the reat of theal tor ft
a tIe P10o0t1ea Drugstore- and the Ocala team was a very one- awhil e wl al have amI,
ided s affsr. Manager Benett man- GMY a runabout. 2 crilder. opaemd
M r. I& w. Mesas Jr, of Dunnellon is aged to make up a team of nine men tor la ff"tc a- t ei be"
at the- MoetemL including has-beens, ued-to-be and come cluteh 1i y S hdl, -ltivV
never-wase, and the Indiana "cleaned WOODMAR"-FOR R ENT type xa i-i tae; and d e-
We l shipment of Belle Mead up" or tr hem, t ore-m beain seeva dri 30 t1- tira; u ad w waMt
sweets just received at the court to one in the seventh inlaj ad th GOODWIN BUNGALOW-FIai tsh- puna throu the pu s t o tmr
Pha cy. gae was called. At night quite ed; modern plumbing; running water; this a has no equa T
good crowd turned out to witness the acetylene a. $10 per week. i i r no equal,. T klr
Mr. W1il Howes was In town ye- novel same, which was a faree-eomedy ARGYE COTTAGB--lPturnlhed; tris or t form we tru ,
teday, calling oa his trends, social pure and simple. The game was play- runala water. $I per wee A k. G WIN
and ommeriaL ed on a mintatre diammd and with a BLA VILLA--To rent on October OCALA G WORKS,
large leather balL The scor was 13 1. for the winter: furnished; .running r J. S
Mrl. B. 2. Ricer came up from to 1 water; modern plumbin ; acetylene
Lak Weir at 30oon and praoc.d to lu. $5 per month. AT THE AIR DOME
Jacksonville this afternoon. Capt. .. B Martin of Moe Blur David S Woodrow,
SAaderson left while In Jackonville the other day. Holder Block. Ocala, Fla. "aved tfrom Conaietlon wi be al.
Mm ie nderso t yion tsy bought a very Sae horse for his wife's extra Interestan subject at the Air
for a visit to ends in Wlmlnaston, use The animal arrived this morn- Dome tonight. and all the reat of the
N.C. inu and Mr, J. C Marsh drove him HADLEY HOUSE FOR RENT pwrorm ill be very good.
down overland. i Steadman and her matn ltle
A fresh supply of the celebrated d n The A. E. Handley home, oue of the other have soe new feature a
hole-proolf hosery for women has HOWt TIS Asvenmit and bet built Issum vanu evte anu an will mea 1a a.
been received at Fishers. e let and all coneninces i the an hour's entertainment as you can
Phone iWe ofer One Hundred Dollars Re- emso d in third wrd no r high A find anywhere.
Phone s for youprescriptions.Webuidi, for rent sale. A
all anddeliver them. The Court ward for any c o tarrh that can- i W dw, Hlder Drvids W. d McDowero h
not be cured by Hanl's Catarrh Cur. eak, OaeO s, ala,. chami dau.g cDowell and bret
S. J. Cheney & Co., charming dauhten bav returned
Mrs. A Hckon. after a brief Toledo, 0. from their smmer outing In Mary-
isit Atof ds In a return to We, the undersigned, have on F land and Virginia. They had a nmt
SP..JCheney for the last 15 years, and -delightul time.
MIcanop today. believe him perfectly honorable in all We have in our fresh supply of re-
C. Davis & Co. of Jacksonville. business transactions and n ally able garden ad flower seeds for fall Mr. T. L Arnold of the McDowel
will ell any make of second-hand able to carry out any obligations made PlaCti Tydlngs Co. Crate -& Lumber company, returned
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired. by his firm. yesterday afternoon from a two
Walding, Kinnan & Marvia. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE months' vliit to relatives in the north
Mr. C. 8. Bohanon of Inverness. the Wholesale Drugsts. Toedo O. and has renewed health and Ir fr'
hotel man of that city, Is a guest of Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern- A five-passenger automobile, two- a strenuous fall and winter' business
the MontezumaL ally, acting upon the. blood and mu- cylinder, chain drive, In firit-class
cous surfaces of the system. Testi- condition and everything complete, for Mr. J. D. Pope of Wildwood was- i
Mr. John E. Lambeth of Clearwater, mon"is sent free. Price Uc per bot. sle cheap for cash. Apply to C. R. the city last night, a guest of the
1s a guest of the Mobtesu a. te. Sold by all rg Take Hals Tydins. Montezuma. Mr. Pope s a practical
Family Pills for coantipatlon. and very suessful naval stor op-
R. C. Davis a Co, or Jacksonville, HARNESS MENDED erator.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, TSc. Mr. J. M. efert, who spent s6me Harness of all kinds mended or new
each;. $7.0 per dosn time among friends at his old home in parts made where desired. Also saw Mr. Frank Teague came up this
Micbigan, has returned. He stopped filing done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at morning from Lady Lake to arrange
Mr J. Peram of Orange Sprilns off at Seabreese and accompanied his Tompklns & Cobb's stables. for his daughter' transportation to
Is a guest of the Montesuma. family home from that summer resort,- Staunton. Va, where Miss ean
where they have been the past two Teague will proceed Monday to.attend
Three cents will fan you ftr ten weeks. A school.
tinnaousa fas from H. W. Tucker. Mrs. A. T. Strunk has returned Mr. M. Fihel. who has been laid up
from her summer outing among rel- Aw sit I QjMI with rheumatisan for a week. Is great-
We are glad to state that little Ava- tives and friends In Misssisppi. Texas V. r u bam L n ly improved and Mrs. Fbhel, who Iam
lee Edwards, the bright little daugh- and Tennessee. She is the picture of -been siclf for several weeks, is m
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Edwards. Is health. proving and Is thinking of going to
Improving and is now out of danger. Smrr th Tate Springs to get the benefit of Its
We have a most exquisite Ilne of gpuature of 4- wonderful water.
Have you seen the new visible P ~Y- fancy imported china In many dif-
Shole typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co., ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly COMMON SENS
general agents. Drugstore. FURNISHED cOTTAGE ads t u

Bor to Mr. and Mrsa. Jack Camp AT LAKE WEIR sof INhu, Th1P
this afternoon a boy Mther and Mr. James Rawls, the fish and oys- t P Dr. Per e'as udlds th
hsld doing well ter man of Crystal River, was nl town For rent, a completely furnished. w print every iw doa
d d g w today to meet his wife. who hajmueen mall cottage on east side of Lake ener i upon the boutwr
spending her vacation in Georgia. Mr. Weir. Apply at Star office. per and a u Iearnectneis uaderoa
Autolsts passing the Ocala House Pawls said the oyste season will be- -- - - daily s ftIra'. The eam
are requested to blow their horns as in the first of October; that the cedar AUTO FOR SALE posoo( d Plerce's medsoMteoa I
little and as mildly as possible while mill and Baum's mill are running full t everybody.
Mr. Maloney is sick. forces and the town is flooded with A new runabout automobile for sale of T-
The Motsa Hotel had 40 ar-currency coming from that source, at a reasonable discount from orig- fully neon his, be
The Monteuma Hotel had 40 arr- Final cost. If Interested, address "Au- eonin t
vals yesterday. Mr. Guy Toph, the Mr. Bigelow, superintendent of the tomobile," care Star office.
owner and proprietor, is very, much Dunnellon Phosphate Co., was n town --
pleased with the fine summer's bust- today and reports that several plants HOUSE TO RENT a.
aes he is having. that have been lylng Idle for some On Fort King avenue, one of the most pforestrool, bya eactae
Mr. Vrgil Pratt of Belevew s one time wil be put in commislon agta modern and convenient residences In rlngial with Dr. Pee, and without the
of the workmen employed in the gov- shortly. the city. Apply to 13 Fort King av- of a drop of alcohol, tripl in and
ernment building, putting in the heat- Miss Lege BIltch eame n yesterday ee. eemleally prin glycerine ba aer sed
err to consult the dressmaker. She will THE BEST PRu IeC uION urtive virtues esiding the, n or -
return home today with Mas Lilks Not a single 'phone has burned In a employed, these medicines are entirely
Bear In mina we rry a full ne ot O'Haver of Keu, who will be b house n Ocals. A telephone is better bee from the objetion of doag harm
Staffer and Cartes Inks: also guest next week. M Blltch wi tan insurance. In case of burglars or bty erestng an appetite for either al.
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocals also have as her guest Miss Zula ire you need quick action. You get eoholic beverages or h abt- tmiag
News Compan., Stringtellow. that day or night with a telephone. drugs. Examine the formula oa their
Residence rates. $i per quarter In. ad- bottle wrappers-t4he same as sworn to by
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans Mr. Halle Blitch. the new manager vance. Ocala Telenhone Co. Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his



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does Rev. H a0>gy.l
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these valuable raehlae en
be wrll be kprdby n .ml. po e..
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news Impfartifa la *rw that I
an accurate reporter ot what ho b
pDne& it teas the HiH~iH; i *.-.:
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nfalel &m0~ Papers Or fS tMAR
The saberptlew sense it o tM
ha"d ad this is the but or 't
wvi be made to "
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bweribe to the Trkwe-- e*
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Soady, ad is time neasuma a ag
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The Thrice-a-Week Wrtr r
subscrtptlook price i toey $1 per w Ta
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denundation at first In utter smase-
,Meals aand Reasomablo eoard to We-kly Custaiers mLt. Thn his shaggy eyebrows had
knitted together, and his little eyes
had narrowed to allts, while the blood
Sorap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought had eed over his face in a deep
glow through the velns that swelled
ad Sold. out like cords on his neck and throat
"There ain't no one ever said them
things to me and got away with It."
he thundered, cllnching his fists and
Telephone No. I 1 P. 0. Box No. 652 gathering aln be tremendous strength
as he rae to crush his accuser.
I m l c -" ....lI"- S-U Mrs. Harris and Beth sprang up In e
Sramt alarm, and at the captain's ter- d
0000*00* 96III 6-006a66 06---------------------l09v rltfying voice and his ferocious as- ti
--.poet Brooks shrank back. Smith stood t
lmalve, but watching Williams, to-
ward whom he had been edging.
=mma had stepped quickly between
IT A E-THL the captain and her husband.
"Please- please, captain- for my
"I don't care-let him coe on,m
1=1M HADBram A F ef .ly, I t a -s tolce
ST T Wllms gad at the sweet, frail
woman standig Implorlgly before -
Slll Uar A h, .andashe gazed Mhimuscl grad-
ually relaxed, the wrath faded from
i l __.._ hi eye, and finally the corners of hite
-- WuLSOvm outh twitched n a faint smile.
"A right, Mrs. Brooks," be said
getly. "I almost forgot where I was.

"Joe. your know It's your home-our I
rho ne." posa lated Mse w e. 4
KNI HT & LANGwe me.-" e n-
I I nolft. loo ashamed.

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i I I i IIe ..." t -for.m..ake
eOW mdlo k qiss phea

Tem do m does itr be fairly
SFII N ITURE goiUSE over to his employer.
"PIm ilad you think so. And why
AND emn't she? Wi you ten me that?
speak! Wll you tell me that? Il telU
and w. bumith rMesn .
S teady, Joe, boy hbe admonished.
b. w "-h^ C' Iw m *'-u *Zmua h'ad hWurried to her husband
I* NOW In - r1-- -- 2d i kb Ma me arm.
-M _-frt_, CW ri id0 TIM e m I O, hJodont!" rshe Implored. "You
"-k fti: 4 UP W SKt lk i m Jl d He hng her roughlyrom him

ad to Wr 1- 1as gqua -DlDng with
Ainb*.C-ntak UK d Bldlr I SWra "Do yoaknow why sbe basn'tr
Ciwpi. Cu J ..s... i- j t E- b co"tned. "Wel I'll e e ten you alL
S----------"'--r-- beIt' bcaue this man ain't on the
p ifOWi MWKI -=I o g r W M, WMbdWY J- square. He began by cheating and1
YWm g s. TOnM b mnuderfng niggers who worked for
hi aboard hi rotten trading ships.
Then, after he got through with the
ME-- ACKAY li Bbelayng pin, after he got his money,
S~ WR r i- thea-ylit"foraclub.
0 91 and he'VERA K A murdered and wounded and
maimed with that. You ee my wife
Ola. ho 8he'? oly one of hundreds, and
dabe snters It te too bad she married
I- me. It m too bad that ahe's got to do
.................__ _........ .......................... Ier own work. It Es too bad that she's
....h.....b. . . . .. got to wash an ascrab and sweat in
Wthe heat, but that man's to blame. If
Syou gave me a fair share of what I
W 0 LI I Ine, It you didn't grind down. op-
11 i pUes- and plnch, she wouldn't have to.
L. L WE VI U - cAIA, lW A I ,orkd for yo fo ae years. ba,
bonestad all the time you've been
* grindig me down, down, and thou-
.ALL KINDS OF mads of others, tanovmnds You know.
SIall of you know-my mother-In-law-w
'Pre Me-t Geadaie Cheha... Egs, Et.. Predus Both and smart sister4-law know-you've
Spilled up yeaour money on the blood and
5ht and seth. Pesk and Set Water Fish. Tihe Meet C.*- sweat and misery of others. That's
Up-Y-Dt Vi C e bemese I, C.. .. Firs t Claumsg ai s well know it.
Up-*Te-afta Fires Cleas ltaurant la Cesusation. First Clas Captnla Wultams had IaItened to this

Brooks, I'm almighty sorry about
what happened Just now."
"l-I'd rather you wouldn't speak of
It" she told him.
"Perhaps I hare been a little hard,"
he said earnestly and apologetically.
"I want you all to understand that
Pre lived a hard life with hard peo-
ile. Since the day I shipped before
the mast In a north Pacific sealer I
learned what a cuff and a blow was;
what rotten grub. the scurvy and all
them things meant and knew that
the only thing between them things
and comfort, decency and the respect
of folks was money. I started to get
money, and maybe I have been a lit-
tle hard-Just a little hard."
"No one would call you easy. cap-
tain." agreed Smith.
"Anyway. Mrs. Brooks," continued
Williams, "Joe keejs his Job, and it
ain't going to make a bit of difference
between us."
"Not the least?" she asked, with
"Certainly not." said Mrs. Harris.
"Joe," declared Beth languidly, "was
absurd. He quite bores me."
Smith smiled at her and injected a
good deal of irony into his tone as he
"Tes. you looked as If **nethb'W
was wrong, BetIh.
The captain approached Mrs. Brooks
with an attempt at gallantry that was
elephantine and grotesque and seized
her band, which she suffered to re-
main limply In hbi clasp.
"Well. Mrs. Brooks," he said. "If
It's all squared you will come riding
with us, won't you?"
"Not tonight. You will excuse me,"
ise replied.
"Certainly," he assured her, warmly
shaking her hand as though It were a
pump handle. '"Good night"
"Good night," she answered.
Then she advanced to receive the
parting kisses of her mother and sis-
ter, which were a good deal less cor-
dial than those with which they had
greeted her on their arrival. Their
o0eulatory reserves seemed to have
been kept in cold storage during the
The fact that In the engrossing cere-
mony of leave taking with Mrs. Brooks
everybody forgot to be polite enough
to say good night to Smith did not
ruffle hs equenimty In the least
(Continued Tomorrow)


Our ice by our new process Is fros-
en at a temperature of eight to ten
degrees above Zero, is as clear as crys-
al and as pure as can be made. We
guarantee it to last longer.
And Not be Disappointed in Service
And Quality

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Careful esttmata on all
contract work. urves more and bet*-
er work for the money than any
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An eight-inch Westlgheupe elctris
tan that Is positively g a tesd to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in tea hours steady rnuag.
See them at once. L. W. Tueker, the
electrical supply am.

Mrs McQualg and son on their way
from Valdosta, Ga.. to Fort McCoy,
their home.
Mr. A. M. Lansford of Ocala, came
down Thursday and sold Capt. Har-
rison a piano.
Drs. Roux and Reddlck, of Willis-

ton. spent last week here
nice lot of dental work
Citra people.

and left a
among the

Mrs. E. T. Thomas and children
went over to Island Grove Wednes-
Miss Ervin Is back home from Pab-
lo Beach, where she las been for
several weeks.
Mr. Hardee and family of Ervine,
were In town this week.
Miss Della Smith. of FairfldM. waa
in town Saturday on her way to
Eureka, where she will teach this
Mrs. Pettis and Mrs. Harris went
up to Jacksonville Sunday, where
they have positions.
Mrs. J. W. Melton and children left
Saturday for a brief visit at Daw-
son, Ga.
Dr. Parrimore of Eureka was In
town Monday.
Miss Apple Redditt came over from
Reddick Saturday and returned Sun-
Miss Pansy Souter passed through
Citra Saturday on her -way home
from New York. She will continue
her music class here soon.
Mr. Ed Dunbar of High Spring.
was in town Tuesday.
Miss Eugenia Burleon has return-
ed from Jacksonville.
:is name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he will
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 ooughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 2Sc. S0c and 81 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.


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Gaine, Florida
An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
ported by State and Federal FuMds,
for Florida Young Men.
Thereugh Courses Loading to Dgreesw
of BIAw, I.,WM.AvM.SIa.,
aird LL. I.
In Arts and Sciences: Agriculture:
Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Me-
chanical Engineering; Law; Normal
School; Graduate SchooL Expenses
Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wrie

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A College without a paral itk
So~r offerlasr -Now o a t" M Al 'K5J ,
in the fallowing depwrt-m-s:
L A Sehooleof Ibert*Arts
11. A ehool oatf Idstrial Arts. '-
. II A Sehool e t Art .&-
IV. A School of. N'm m
V. A Behool for Te A. '
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lights. steam ma o furne heat large faculty; D.ct' hi Mh ^
tdamo; iUe gym funm. atbket' edaw. boatimg, Noba elks ,
baseball, football and basketball tma champion o a l-
Nearly a quarter ot a mhUlno doUi aan eadowmStis; dps Nalae
scholarships available; Christia but ---a-A-il ft sss ||swaw -,

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ieres w;cuws- Thewe are Ipasinly m
ncmrccyan open publicity, uumpiyis Auoimhby dw a .-

Dr. Pierce's Faviomrelf IP 's U 4% i$"1'IOik
THE ONE REMEDY hr ernuss aImmoatesW jby ,Ui
by a mgUmbaly 8ra 113phg ON d vatm 0 110 Jo or
dhnm m ad amd.Ey aftaptd Gowa Ik te w@w
by M-OWE 0 0 Pm -0 m Adlgimm upseim" te br mmedlW&
THE ONE REMEDYfor win'ses s~ms1%mdiby d U*mdS
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THE ONE REMEDY Ihr wim b amlnd M e- p! m s 0
Its mNINrSan w ~aftaid to urint b every b is~~~
athtestthe ar~md the mugnaw saw

We have a prolmo'ddesire to avoid Amal denom to the am A deisu i$ pup twuWstj
wh D. iamc's FmwkeFraPcPrip4 AU. h Larso tm th 0 Q m a and-be@&We iNNOr WuV
alficted of th. gentler an than to rdelathem to Dr. PIGos'Aim.M
boua n d iicothand girn.mweyguwia* or sea~, poped rmK = p c-t of 31 emi-nert Ndm
alhnentsand mattersabout whichemey ww=4nwbethyoer w or do&l, W gls ule, i ih.6W
makes them heiafteto ask eventhe family pb)Suan abowtwe ma& pmis in this pM booh. Wf9S.&i I
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We are having some rains and very
warm weather for this season of the
Mr. J. W. Tillis will move to Lake
Weir in the near future.
The Sellers B os. have leased the
saw mill of Mr. A. M. Higgins and are
doing a good business now. We wish
them great success.
Mr. J. C. Plans and daughter re-
turned from a trip to St. Augustine,
and we are say that she is III
with fever.
Rev. Luter preashed at Electra last
Sunday night and will deliver another
sermon the second Sunday night In
Mr. D. L. Stebbleton happened to
a fearful accident last Monday even-
ing at his mill. "He was working in
the saw pit when a piece of bark from
the log caught In- the belt that carries
the sawdust and he was trying to re-
move the same, which was hard to
move. but finally did come loose and
caused his hand to come in contact
with the saw, inflicting a bad womud.
His hand was cut clear across the
back and knuckles cut off of the little
and fore fingers. Dr. H. W. Henry was
called and dressed the wound. Hq
Is doing well and we hope for his
speedy recovery.
Mrs. David Sellers and chUdren will
return home from a visit to her par-
ents at Brooksville Saturday.
Lumber Leg.
Edgar N. Bayllsas a merchant of
Robinionvllle, DeL, wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did not
have consumption, It was near to IL
I commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar. and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to
Wood reilt tfreom tikinf Pn aw*m

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