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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03275
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Recently Applsted WIN va the
Conememw shew
Wasbingtom, Sept. 1.-The board of
tariff experts Just appointed by the
president w1l meet here shortly and
While President Taft has not, so far
as is known, asned say instructions
to the members of the board. It is un-
dstoeod he will require them to go to
tha very bottom at Ue question and
poesnt to him such data as will
make clear to Congreas the eacet dif-
ference in the oast of labor on man-
factured articles In Europe and in
the Uiated States
Where this different is pronounc-
ed In favor of the American manufac-
tarer, showag -a emxcesve profit by
reason of the high tariff, the presi-
dent, It is believed, will recommend
to Congress 'that such schedules ln
the tariff law be modified to meet
there conditions n the interest of the
American consumer.
ft 44M10s" Net Consulted
It seems that the tariff commission-
ers wee chosen without consulting
the "standpatters" In either the House
or the Senate. Professor Emery. it !s
unde stood, will be chairman of the
board.
Alvin P. Sanders, editor of the
Breeders' Gasette, of Chicago, has for
a long time been prominent in the
movement of the manufacturers and
farmers of the middle west to secure
tariff revision. Hence his appoint-
ment suggests an honest effort to
bring about sound tariff revision. Mr.
Reynolds, third member, is from Mas-
sachusetts, where both free traders
and high protectionists flourish.
It Is hoped by the tariff, revisionists
that sufficient material will be ready
for President Taft soon after the re-
assembling of Congress, so that many
of the present Incongruities of the
tariff can be remedied by amendment
and without reopening gthe entire
tariff question.

TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center, N. Y, 0. L B.urban..
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Ioley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Bo:d
-by all druggists.

WILLIAMS WENT BACK
ON HIS WEDDING
A Proof that the Trial Marriage Plan
Will Net Work
Camden, N. J, Sept. IL.-After an
experience of six months the trial
marriage of Mrs. Roxana Williams
and her husband, James Williams, has
proved a failure.
They were married six months ago
b the Rev. Prank Johnson and Mrs.
illiam says that she was satisfied
and was willing to continue living
with her husband. Williams, on the
contrary, was not satisfied and yes-
terday he put his wife out of the
house, telling her that the venture had
not been successfuL
At the time of their marriage they
signed a contract to the effect that
they were to give wedded life a six
months' trial. The husband has this
paper and says he will use it in de-
fending the suit which his wife con-
templates bringing against him to
support her.
Mrs. Williams that all went well
between her and her husband until
he met another woman whom he now
wants to marry.

A BURGLAR IN TOWN
-is name is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wi1l
steal your health away. If he appears
In your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may
mesa consumption If you don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 2S,. Me and $1 per bot'le.
Sold by all druggists.
TEDDY AND KERMIT
SLAYING BIG GAME
NairobL B. E. A, Sept. l1.-News
has Just come in here to the effect
that former President Rooevelt has
killed a bull elephant, with good


tusks.
Kermit Roosevelt has been hunting
Independently and has been success-
'ful, bagging five lions and three buf-
faloes. He has now started out ele-
phant hunting.
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
offering" she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies tailed and doctors said I was
incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
eovery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives In Big Pond. Pa. It works
wonders In cougha and colds, sore
lungs hemorrhages, hi grippe, asth-
ma, croup, whooping cough and aill
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THE HEALTH OF YOUR HORSE
will be best promoted-best preserved
--I you are ready to give the proper
remedy at the proper time. The pro-
per remedy for all strains, sprains, or
colic is Perry Davis' Painkiller. The
peeper time to use it is when the
trouble first shows Itself. Be prompt
and voull not only save the horse
suffering. but you'll rpare yourself
trouble and expense-maybe save a
long time waiting. You ought to
have a bottle ready. TIe new size
bottle costs 15 cents; one larger. 50
cents. Be sure your druggist gives
you Perry Davis'. 4

FEDERAL COURtS NEED REFORM
Statement ef President Taft to a
Chicage Audience
Chicago, Sept. 1.-Speaking with
great earnestness to a mass meeting
in Orchestra Hall last night Presi-
dent Taft declared that no question
before the American people is more
important than the improvement 3f
the Departmeit of Justice. and an-
nounced his intention of recommend-
iig to Congress the appointment of a
commission to take up the question
of the law's delay in the federal
courts. The president said he hoped
that the report of this commission.
when rendered, would serve also as a
guide to the states of the union in
effecting remedial legislation.

READ THIS:
Dunnellon, Fla.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I
have sold Halls 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. i day's treatment in each
bottle.

BEEROPOLIS ENTERTAINED BILL
Milwaukee, Sept 18.-Beer flowed
like water in Milwaukee yesterday as
the sturdy citizens of Wisconsin
toasted the first William of the land,
surnamed Taft; who arrived here at
a. m. and began his day's pleasure
at 8 o'clock.
The city was decorated as never
before, and pictures of the president
greeted the eye from every window.
Antong the events of the morning
was a review of several thousand
school children, and a visit to the
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Seatle, Sept. 1.--Odd Fellows from
all parts of the United States. Canada
and Mexico are gathering in Seattle
for the annual communication of the
sovereign grand lodge, which will be
opened Monday. The sovereign grand
lodge Is composed of 20 representa-
tives of grand lodges of the order in
different states, territories and for-
eign countries. Auxiliary organiza-
tions will meet during the week.
These include the Rebekah Assembly
and Patriarchs Militant.
It is estimated that by tomorrow
night fully 50,000 members of the fra-
ternity will be in the city. On the
big day. which is Wednesday next,
thousands of visitors are expected to
be here to see the parade, which will
be reviewed by the governor and oth-
er state officials, the mayor and the
grand sire and representatives of the
sovereign lodge.
Cash prizes and cups aggregating
in value $8.to will be distributed
among the cantofis, subordinate
lodges. encampments and Rebekah
degree teams appearing In- competi-
tio at the drills and degree contests
that will be a feature of the week.
A fund of $25.M0 has been raised
by the Odd Fellows of the state of
Washington for the entertainment of
the visitors. One of the special fea-
tures of the elaborate electrical dec-
orations will be an electrical night
display in the downtown section. Ten
immense electrical signs, shaped to
represent the "Three Links," one of
the official signs of the order, have
been suspended at the principal street
intersections.
So far the contests for offices of the
sovereign grand lodge are attracting
little attention, but Interest in this
feature of the gathering is expected to
increase with the arrival of the main
body of delegates. Atlanta will put
in a strong bid for the honor of enter-
taining the 1910 convention of the
order.

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pr the swral lgredlets of whieh &
Pferes's medilnes are imposed, as gives
b leadersin all tanM several aeols of


for Inneapolis In the afternoon. alcine, should have far maoe weight
than any amount of Ian-profem onal t e
HIPPITY HOP timozals. Dr. Piere's Favorite.Pescrip.
Are you Just barely getting around tionhasTM SADneof RoNamsTem=every
re dou crutahelyorging U bottle-wrappr, In a full list of al its ain-
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un gredients printed in plain English.
less you have lost a limb or have a If you an m an invalid womsn sad eaS
deformity-If your trouble is rheuma- fromfre t bo dahe.bac ceaeh aw.
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, or ldag is '- pimd al pan
anything of like nature use Ballard'sd catihaL pelvic drain
Snow Liniment and in no time you can dlstres Intlower abdomen
throw away your crueehes and be as r perhaps dark oist or spells
well as anyone. Price 25c. 50c and $1 dacUl before the eye, faint spells sa
Sold by all druggists. kind sym caused by female wek.
mes" -a derangeaet"oftherfemian1
PEONAGE MORE PREVALENT rgans can not do better tMhaI t
-- Dr. ,eO Favorite Psrpelso.
In the Northwestern States, than it The tal, surgeK'sknife andopera
Ever Was in the South, Says an Ung ta may be avoided by tim $usely
ImmigrationComissioner se of vorite Presriptil" m nuch
Spokane. Wash.. Sept. 18.-John t
Clifton Elder. representative of the an can v
Congressional Immigration commis- sMt o
slon. who has come to Spokane to in-
quire into laltor and immigration om e o a ybta
conditions in the inland empire and naUve medicinal roots known to Medieal
the Pacifcl Northwest. says in an in- ujMIt0 fcorta ilse w a nsl pel as
terview that peonage is practiced in harmful orhabit-tn.drug.L
lumber and construction camp and on Do not expect too mu from *Featvl t
the iron ranges in Minnesota. and in Prescription; It will not perform mira
the railway camps in North Dakota, des; it will not dissolve or cure tumors.
as well as in other parts of the coun- No medicine will It will do as u&ch to
try. nu" vigorous health In mot weak-
r t -. ..... ..... nesses amdW aiments pecullarly Incident to
Mr. Elder says: "I found more WMesU as any medicine cam. It mnt be
cases of peonage In Minnesota in four given a fair chance by peneversae a be
days by my own efforts unaided than se for a reasonable length f time.
I did in all my Investigations n the t You..
South, with the aid of the Department trm as a tte r thi m
of Justice, which offered every assist- womensrMnvlar e to arlt Dr.
anclewhile 1 was making Inquiries In Pi by leter, All rresp
the Southern states. The most corn- isegIlaOrdedias sacreldlysecrand
mon form Is for the employer to ad- womanly confidences a protected
vance money to the men for trans- fesional puivcy. Addrem Dr. r. V.
portation or other purposes, and then lereBulN. Y. e..e.. _e
force them tf repay it, obliging them Dr. Ii'res's ane slo oS the bows
to work at low wages. In some in- t lof vtatdeoator h ,liver ae
stances force was used to intimidate bowels. Oe a laxative; two or them
the men, while in others even the po- e artie. Easy to tahn as cambr
lice and the court were used." -


COMFORTING WORDS WE MUST ALL DIE
Many ai Omala Household Will Find
Them So IT 18 MY TIME TO DIE
To have the pains and acnes of a YOUR FALL ARMENTS
bad back remedied; to be entirely free YOUR FALL GARMENTS
from annoying, dangerous uninary Work Guaranteed and Prices Right
diseases is enough to make any kid-
ney sufferer grateful. To tell how OCALA PRESSING CLUB,
this great change can be brought
about will prove comforting words to W. F. Marlow, Proprietr
hundreds of Ocala readers. -.--.--- -
Edward Gravler. living on Lemon
street, Paiatka. Fla., says "For sev- O
eral months my back had been caus- iL u i n uill
Ing me considerable misery. I also J i VVd
had a lameness acres my loins, and .
there was a dull aching through my Located on North Main St
kidney regions, almost constantly. It n we government building.
was bard for me to walk and when IM' v .
I sat dow for a little while I would Reasonable rates by the
become so stiff that it was only with week or month. First-clas
a great difficulty that I was abl. to we v O M l-
arise. If I stooped to pick up any- table board and comfortable
thing, sharp twinges would pass thro" froms
my loins, and cause me the greatest v
misery. I had often heard of Doan's fl .neias-ier :_iWli=9as
Kidney Pins, and finally procured a nIIu Wl I LW 1U I IilyipUU5
box. Their use banished the lameness.q .
and soreness and made me feel ten Phone 77 Ocala, Fla.
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LUCILE HAD TO LAUGH
And Three Pearls Went Dewn Her
Threat-An Expensive Bath for
Mrs. MeGuerin
New York, Sept. 13.-Four thousand
dollars for a single bath! That's the
price Mrs. Martha McGuerin. a viva-
clous beauty, said she paid at Flelsch-
mann's Forty-second street baths, and
she didn't hand out any tips. either.
"To think that It was all due to my
carelessness in not noticing that I had
that $10.000 necklace around my neck
when I went Into the -pool," she sigh-
ed.
"In the hurry and bustle, you
know." Mrs. McGuerin said. "I splash.
ed right in without having the pearl
necklace checked at the office. Then
the chain broke and. my, how those
pearls flew!"
If It hadn't been for Luelle, who is
the Annette Kellerman. of Flelach-
mann's. every one of those lustrous
gems might have gone down the
drain. As it turned out, Lucile per-
formed a feat that outkellered Keller-
man. In a single dive she picked up
all the scattered gems and put them
in her mouth one at a time. Then
she came up smiling, her mouth full
of pearls.
The look of bewilderment on the
faces of the spectators caused Lucile
to giggle. When she giggled she
swallowed three of the pearls. A fourth
popped into the pool and could not
be found.

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

WORSE THAN WHISKY
Alabama Law Takes Every Right of
Homo Away from the Citizen
Mobile, Ala. Sept. 18.-On a search
warrant sworn out by Sheriff Drago,
the home of Charles Nelson at No. 5
Conti street was Invaded yesterday
by five deputy sheriffs and searched
for liquors, despite the protests of his
family.
This is the first Instance In this
city of the invasion of the home of a
citizen under the provisions of the
drastic Fuller law.
'The deputies," said Mrs. Nelson.
"turned our beds upside down,' ran-
sacked bureau drawers, writing desks,
sideboards, etc. Finally they went in-
to the rooms of my daughters and de-
manded that the trunks be opened.
My husband told them they would
have to break them open. I finally
unlocked the trunks and the girls had
to take their clothing out of the
trunks with the deputies standing
over them. The only liquor found
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Henry. E Gabby, Pastor
9:45 a. m.--unday school.
11 a. m.-Sermon, "Kinship to
Jesus."
C:45 pL m.-B. T. P. U. Subject,
"Covetoasmess."
7:30 p. m.-Sermon. "Life."


.On Meaday So ..b- r W. H. Coleman, Pastor
Mo nday morn in M &pt.br Pastor absent. but the Sunday
M p -4 3 _we ppM to UskS e' .ptrhs school will be held at the usual hour.
a"I -me- t U5a th 10pe of ome handy The Junior C. R. will meet Sunay at-
"N' lun t 1100I Wcheu a u sm The first 260 custom- ternoon at 3:30 and Mrs. F. B. Beck-
m" semie a i.a n S R < will be gve their choice of the han will conduct the society during
-l s ea- -I J.. lartiles new displayed In the north Mrs. Coleman' absence.
t i n w ow 010 te "1o.e AmongM d them are Mlist
Articles ad by the houewife every st
SMSl the year and many of them H. Barnett. Pastor
l:30 a. m.o-Sunday school.
S3 T.y : rIs luspui1. a. m.-Preachlng.
A Jo. a. 8w', i m 4 p. m.--Epworth League,
11. 1am N CtRAgs iTW .- 7:30 p. m.-Preaching.
"ionto we mS 18 All are cordially Invited to attend
SJ these services. Seats free. Good con-
I t B gregational singing, and a sincere
"~" OChristian welcome.
Mr. IALe REt wDUmLCTIO ITTLE WALTER RAY
h d amm to a 5-h i On Thursday morning. Sept. 16th.
S- tastbaoen, est o aym g 16 i lir < <. the death angel visited the home of
M eI Mr. Martt At the aA Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray. taking away
W aaWM 1wasw smfi; (hat tT bad their little darling baby bo aged one
m ud i Mf0 "w Y t"i*r The Mbi stock reduction sale which year and three months. a remains
n l started l t Monday has been the were laid to rest Friday in the St.
; M- i a wl hat Msndy been the Johns cemetery beside the grave of
(SIDF, "On Kl yd wa by most soecessful In the history of Ocala his little sister, who preceded him Just
hb watMr, bat they piasaed Ige md meresude fr Quite a few of our one week. The funeral, services were
Smade a Wry y e me h had customers have returned several times conducted by Rev. J. W. Nease, whose
n are Tay am No w-li da teho e t tk a g or discourse was fraught with sympathy
During the week to take advantage of and condolence for the grief-stricken
a d seat peIta6 wml e i raest the prices offered. The cut prices on parents. He had laid on a bed of af-
l1.tM. Mr. Mrti smda& -d Ier the advertised goods will absolutely fiction only twelve days, and went to
W ts be withdrawn after riday. Beptem- sleep as quietly as the evening star
as thoy had 1wt ae- slighlf -a dId sinks to rest on its ocean pillow. He
he heard fl e i d t Od roth. so don't let the opportunity was a precious rosebud, and his sweet
to -. a Chl ags bsiwma. who was do- of buvyog slip by without taking ad- life had so entwined its cords around
la- a l-d ea e beam i the vantage of It now. the hearts of those who knew him
ras Wsal t Oio,. ,o that they were hard to be broken.
.'." ---- -- y f Though only a little child, he left
y M. Ba. al who yar ig many sad hearts to mourn his long
Mr. IL6 Do e esllw hO l, ani 1 absence. He was too precious to live
al isef aue 0ag amelmaIs of the here, so the Lord took him to his
S8.. *, 0a. aNe ls of toW mansion In heaven. May this sad In-
iS... ard. 0aWC ev rteat me .be IVt- TS l mer cident bring the God in Christ nearer
with hi M oght 0 at *e those bereft. "Many are the afflic-
- wit his hei t al n t a to f tons of the righteousness, but the
_the Odl ihew allStB e an110 Lord delivereth him out of them all."
.vile, Ia whita plaie Mr. Saidwln So weep not. sorrowing ones,. as those
Made h A'hoe r a mber f. years OCALA ho have no hope for you can go to
after leaving Ocais. s.a there he 2. Pa.oaeuo" him.
RN A*1111 w a 61 m et ibdeWN s ,
Dae 04 o lwaew who dI lIMble mea- Dearest baby thou hast left us.
an Oddt h an of -n after t Here thy loss we deeply feel;
me- der. t e h ibee n at S ~eranlat. E CARD O THANKS But 'tis God that hath bereft us,
Siw.s i We take this ard of thankistg He can all our sorows heal.
IM. So"iea deangwhe 111001111 three We take this method of thanking
41 a... i MO sa at the public through the columns of Peaceful be thy silent slumber,
-omat Milmway is Osad t ww.0 wi your paper for the liberal patronage Peaceful in the grave so low;
w" manyhi,, r a to 45a, win ^ that "as been extended us through Though no more wilt Join our number.
rst to h hi death. thbe past season la our business, as Tho' no more our songs shalt know.
G.T. IWgate _.e with his we have not been able to delivering we hope to meet thee.
0. T. Wenate, ehars, as the enUtire country as a Yet again we hopei to meet thee.
War -shrasld, a whole bought more cars than the When the day of life is fled
^! P U t W Anho, Buek factory could produce. We Then in heaven with Joy to greet thee
mad .i S wi b m I s tss are Jst li reek pt of letters giving Where no farewell tear is shed.
-.1 -b w ins ow Uty sd U a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro- B.
,M h.r the stor. duet, assuring us of the fact that Martel. September 17. 199.
there will be no question In the fu-
Wieera, "No. 18," -of emisma, was tare that we will be cared for. Our CORROBORATION FOR COOK
In to yterda to te a look at 1910 models will be ready for de-
the ttle soo. He aM 4 ad no bes- livery the first of November, and Party of German Scientists Met Him
m"m aad aothila to do and nw and we have the assurance that if we in North Greenland
jame IMo to hc at Oeals and her should need 100 cars we can deliver New YorkSept. -ub-
wi e t whimbl this soessre l the same. Our models 10 and 17 orNe Yorkand substantiationof18.- ll corrob-
la- as fat Cavoet!, will be continued, but the hone oratson ad t aton of Dr.
e powa will be increased 20 per cent. Cook's discovery of the North Pole,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. JaIa a( the We will also have a model known months before he was abne to tele-
906:t1M *m, oday, as No..1j, practically the same as
sIta g Tu s -e an our No. 17, only slightly a smaller yesterday by the arrival in the mail
elvaldhe se ""w" t an~s~ a r, and will sell for about $1400 of the Cologne Evening News, dated
e Imt Mr. Jtateh oa n co oo.re complete,a and we think this model Monday. September 6. in which a dis-
te s p had aed a e id t will hold the of them for quite patch is printed from the Berlin Mon-
S-It pr NaMe to raise Alekess o a while. We will also have a $600, tas ofgiving the atoberount of the meran ex-
Se H alaes gi gta fg ethton a runabout, 2-c of the yitoned easex
6labe& Nd. this Sin. 1Stm otor iun front, n-llnder t, e board pediton, who Incidentally met Dr.
Sti- -come clutch In fly wheel, selective Cook in Fesminde, in Greenland,
cIn m ctlm type ttra lat ln and double chain man months after they had heard of
L at O e O te drive, A0x2 1-2_ tmires; and we wanht is having reached the pole.
+ e th e- af i~ to say to the public that so far as Can Establish His Claim
so8 4h 91 C pulling through sand is concerned, Aboard S. Oscar II. Sept. 18.-
t.ahnt t thre w treh to hins car has no equal. Thanking our 'Tell the people of America that I
r ad to al n whoe th e work friends for past favors, we are have records of observations which
tompar l aoth Very respectfully, will prove my claim of having reach-
aspp comes ailoJ OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS, ed the pole," is the message received
SPer J. H. Spencer. by the Associated Press from Dr.
Ma rlf 3 T. Wa E n -- Cook today.

M.thehv et Germsm a ...@.|A HEALTH AND VITALITY
hs L It w pala ted by the Vf r Ig Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
.Nat tig PaWai. Thee wh know T your complexion of pimples and
m tnen qf art and valuable por- h---i- blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative,
"" tae p-ctW1 to easily f m Y f f tor Indigestion, stomach and liver
WIth S. ad It Was tested trouble and habitual constipation.
P| rpiat MIAR of New -Ag the ^. mh Cleanses the system "and is pleasant
to h i v tval* to take. Sold by all druggists.
_HAIR WORK DONE
I r 0W. 3o). TIreI, te.it,'L art FURNISHEb mOTTAGE All kinds of hair work done. Ratis-
u aLght everted A.C. dL m- AT LAKE WEIR faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212
terS O the M edt A Atlas- For rent, a completely furnished,
tie .d NeW JMa d states. hey small cottage on east side of Lake Dr. Abernethy, the great English
Sa ties tt gla Sd to get Weir. Apply at Star office. physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
Si -- When they are affected, life is in dan-
/ ...- HAVE YOU A BABY ger." Foley Kidney Remedy makes


mm e W.Lr O aMr l l toa- Then watch it cloeely. And above healthy kidneys, corrects urinary Ir-
mise wliGr ra-i tow all things don't let It suffer for any regularities, and tones up the whole
t*hA miniMfta U Mrh L* ham thed length of time with worms-that If system. Sold by all druggists.
O V & I Mtoui. -0e-' fataL If Its complexion gets yellow
ftte wi what pW w -e ir and pasty, If it is listless, cross or LOST-Thursday night between the
lte trM th W We I m peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu- home of Mrs. Roper on Sanchez street
f- a ence give It White's Cream Vermifuge. and Oklawaha avenue, a dove-colored
SGo or e 11 The only cure that never falls and has overcoat. Finder will please leave at
i p aOris t pe- jd *Up"reacht no bad effects. Sold by all druggists. the Star office and receive reward.
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cana DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
he beard of emiut- "holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed safe, sure, easy, gentle little liver
Sa met ago- "pure and fragrant. The Court Phar- pills. The original Carbolized Witch
at hmeNNr'Hes fea the p- ra M eea- ha4cy. Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name is
US .,t-m1 a. M peiishs e K i for Thplainly stamped on every box. It is
a Ocwtos t. ene a --to Three cents winl tan you for ten good for cuts, burns, bruises, sores.
an eoty t to lim t otrs, Get one of those 1-Inch Wes- bolls and sunburn-but It Is especially
an sp c li hT a m Neart-a Ughbous( tans from H. W. Tucker. good for piles. Sold by all druggists.

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Rochester, Minn., Sept 18.-Gover-
nor Johnson was much worse last
night. Grave fears are felt for his re-
covery.
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheums-
tism. whether muscular or of the
joints sciatalca lumbagos, backache,
pains In the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat-
ment which has repeatedly cured asi
of these tortures. She feels It her duty
t,g send It to all sufferers FREE. You
cure yoLrself at home as thousands
will testify-no change of climate be-
ing necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened Joints, purifieL
the blood, and brightens the eyes. giv-
ing elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you,
;o: proof address Mrs. M Summers.
P, R. South Bend. Ind. 2L3

INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 75 per cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred-
itors, distributes and all other per-
sons having claims or demands
against the estate of Arls M. Hunter,
to present the same to the undersign-
ed administrator within one year
from this date, Sept. 18th, 1909.
W. E. Hunter,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Aris M. Hunter, Deceased, Mount
Pleasant, Tenn.
W. M. Barco. Resident Agent,
Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that C. W. Wil-
lard. purchaser of tax certificate No.
1147. dated the 5th day of June. A. D.
1905, has flied said certificate in my of-
flce. and has made application for tax
iced to isste in accordance .with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow-
Ing described property situated in Ma-
rion county, Florida, to-wit: com 608
ft w of nw cor of ne% of se% sec 29
tp 17 south r 24 east thence s 363 ft
e 59 ft n 33 ft w 59 ft. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Is-
suance of such certificate in the name


A WEST INDIA HURRICANE
Storm signals have been hoisted all
along the Florida coast, to give warn-
ing of a coming hurricane from the
West Indies. Ocala. s already feel-
ing it.

KNIGHTS O PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Mon-
day evening In Castle Hall,
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
SBSidney Halle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
L O. F.
STulula Lodge. No. 28
L 0. 0. F. meets ev-
ery Tuesday evening
In Yonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
-Aays welcome.
W. L. Colbert, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.

Ab OCALA AERIE
NO. 1814 F. 0. E.

Meets every Wed-
nesday evening at
8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren always
welcome. F. W. Ditto, President

S *F. A* M.L
Marion-aunn Lodge
No. 19 meets in the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
Ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER I L. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the 4tb
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlileb, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.

OCALA LODGE
NO. -28
B. P. O. E.
Meets second Tuesday
evening in each month
i t until October. Visit-
Ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
Stephen Jewett, Secretary.

F. U. OF A.
The Praternal Union of Aerica
meets in Yonge's Hall the send


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SOeal, 1, 1Sept. 8, 19i9.
The Board O PaImic instruction in
a d for Marie ncomty met In regular
Maim #at their oflce on the above
date, with all members present and
aetla, a follows: Isaac Stevens.
alirma m; B. B. Blitch and J. 8.
GR-tham, with J. H. Brinson, aecre-
buy.
Minate of the last reler meig
WW read aad approved.
Messrs. Leamsan aO ahoou, trus-
tms of the GrIer Farm school re-
qu ed a appriaton for an as-
sUtat teacher It was agreed that
am asistfat would be allowed at
$5 per m th, and If the average
eitaed the requirement of the coun-
ty, thl county would pay $20 of the
Valry trWo the county funds, other-
wIs the entire amount would be paid
*0 district funds.
IThe trustees of riner Farm school
ale protested against a number of
puplsf beig allowed to attend school
*0t 6a the district. A resolution was
adopted providing that no pupil resid-
I la Iem distchet shall be admitted to
school In another district without a
permit f0om the county board, and all
teIeher and principals are Instructed
to refuse to admit pupils from other
districts unless they present a permit
from the county authorities.
Mr. R. H. Scott, ne of the trustees
of the Farfleld school, requested the
board to order twenty-four desks for
the PWaMnld school, whieh was agreed
to. But when the board investigated
the gMaCelal condition of the district
they decided not to make the order,
until further understanding with the
trustees.
The secretary reported that the
trustee of the Pleasant Hill school
had agreed to furnish free text books
for their school from district funds.
and Mr. Blltch reported that some of
the patrons had protested against the
arrangmemats.
The following were appointed mem-
bers of the committee for grading the
examination papers of applicants for
teachers' certificates. Mr Herbert
Spetr, of Dunnellon; Miss Nellie Ste-
vens, of Ocala, and Miss Caroline
Pasteur. of Stanton.
The board adjourned till afternoon.


Aftermeoo session
Mr. D. M. Waldron supervisor of
the Bay Lake school reported progress
on the new building and presented
bis for the same.
Mr. 0. W. Brant, of the Electra
school requested help for the trans-
portation of a number of children to
school from county funds. Same was
refused.
A petition signed by a number of
the patrons of the Central school ask-
lag for the appointment of Mr. J. S.
Duanina as supervisor of the school
Instead of Mr. J. D. MIxon, the pres-
ent Incumbent, was presented to the
board. Action was deferred until next
meeting so as to give time to com-
mueacate with all parties interested.
Thm McCantsl supervisor of the
Moatague colored school called to re-
quest that the board pay a salary of
$25 per month to the third teacher.
The board agreed to pay her $20 per
month provided the patrons of the
school repair the house, provide a
good way for securing water for the
school, and maintaining the grounds
In good condition.
Resignation of Dr..B. P. Wilson as
trustee of the Reddick district was
received and accepted, and the re-
maining trustees of the district were
requested to call a meeting of the pa-
trons and recommend some one for
his successor for the unexpired term.
Adjourned for the day.
Tuesday Morniog Sopt. 7, 190I
The full board met.
A communication from Mr. H. C.
Morrison, one of the trustees of the
Mayville district, was presented, ask-
Ing for county help on transporta-
tion of his children to school. Upon
due consideration the request was re-
It was agreed to offer for sale the
county wagons that had been used for
transportation.
Bills as follows were audited and
ordered paid, on county: D. M. Wal-
droa, material and labor on Bay Lake
school house, $90.95; J. H. Brinson,
potage and express, $.50; J. H.
Brinson, salary, $125; sundry ac-
counts fdr teaching, $885; Wilbur
Cleveland, office help, $30; T. E. Pas-
teour, treasurer's commission, $6.75:
Ocala News Co, office supplies, $1.85:
Ocala Star, publishing advertisement
for school book bids. $5; Ocala Star,
publishing examination notice, $4;
J, L. Ross, material for Pasley school
buldin&. $11; J. 8. Grantham, mater-
Ial for Bay Lake school house.
$14t.0: J. 8. Orantham. services on
board and mileage, $11.40, assisting in
awminMtion, $4:; B. R. Blltch, service
en board. $11.2. assisting in examil-
nation, $4; Marinm Hardware Co..
pump material for Key Pond school,
$0.15; E. L. Wartmann, nails for Bay
Lake school house. 84.50: Ocala Ban-
ner, publishing notice for school book
bids and examination notice. $8.25:
Howard Steamboat Co, material and
freight for Bay Lake school house.
$3.M;: IL T. Sistrunk. recording deed
for lot for Paisley school, $1; Mclver
& MacKay, material for Key Pond
school house, $53.70; H. & W. B.
Drew Co., 17 desks tor Bay Lake
behool house, $$2.05; Commercial
Bank, Interest for August., $3.27:
Capital Publishing Co, monthly re-
ports. 83; P. N. King. material for
Pasley school house. $.10; R L. Mar-
tin, repglnr to Moss Bluff school
heuae, $2; H. W. Nettles, lmnber for
Paley school house. $42 Isaac Ste-
T-a, siycee on board and assisting
oB e*mMitloti, $14.20: Miss Nellie
Stevens, member of grading commit-
tee, $4: Caroline Pasteur, member of
grading committee, $8. : '0. Scott
& Son. IMaranc on high school
buAdla. $90. TotaL $1596.57.
The following district warrants
were ordered drawn: A. B. Rou, on
Oeala for interest-on warrant No. 390,
$84: G. W. Martin, on Ocala for incl-


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tendent that eacn county ooaru make
an appropriation of not less than $50
for defraying the .expenses of the
educational campaign that was in-
augnrated by the conference was pre-
sented. discussed, and laid over for
action at the next meeting.
No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet on Tuesday,
October 5. 1909. J. H. Brinson,
Secretary.


UNTO EVERY MAN
---i
Is Given the Right of Investigation.
*nny remain ignorant by taking
somebody's word for a thing.
I give the why and wherefore for
everything I do in our 'optical work,
and prove it to your eyes without
digging or cutting on them.
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
KENDRICK
The high esteem which our people
have for our pastor. Rev. J. N. Weath-
erford, was shown last Friday night
at a pounding fpr his benefit at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Liv-
Ingston. On account of- sickness in
several families the crowd was not as
large as it would have been. but sev-
eral who could not attend, did the
next best thing, which was to send.
Miss Dora Turnipseed and Mabel
Akin. who have been spending several
days here with relatives, have return-
ed to teir home at Ocala.
Mr. J. E. Turnipseed, wife and son
visited in Ocala Sunday and Monday.
Ms. A. A. Olin, who has been spend.
ing several weeks near Savannah, re-
turned home Monday. She reports
having spent a very pleasant outing.
Miss Alma Grace of Evinston is
spending a few days with Miss Alta
Grace this week.
Miss Lillie Synis left Tuesday for
Jacksonville, where she will spend
two months with relatives.
The many little friends of Minnie
Spencer will regret to learn that her
condition became so serious that Dr.
Izlar thought best to carry her to the
hospital. It is hoped that she will
soon recover.
Rubie Spencer happened to a very
painful accident by being burned a
few days ago, though not seriously.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer have the sym-
pathy of their many friends in their
tronihlg


SOUTH LAKE WEIR
There will be Sunday School 'held
at the South Lake Weir school house
on Sunday morning, Sept. 19th, at
9:30. All are cordially Invited-to at-
tend. Business meeting to follow at-
t Mrs. Edwin Newton is a guest at
the Pleasant Hill House this week.
Miss Lottie Black, of Weirsdale.,
spent Wednesday with her friend,
Mrs. Chas. Brown, of this place.
Miss Irene Gates visited her school-
mate, Miss Junita Lytle, at Staston, a
few days last week.
Last Saturday the Stanton baseball
team went down to Lady Lake and
played a game with the Lady Lake
team. Score 6 to 4 in favor of the
Stanton boys.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Peak spent the
day in Ocala Saturday.
Mrs. C. S. Gates went up to Ocala
on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Branch, who
have spent the past month very pleas-
antly at the Geo. Miller place on the
lake. return to their home at Sum-
merfield this week.
WHITTVILLE
Mr. W. R. Dorman and family who
have been visiting relatives at this
place for the past two weeks, returned
to their home at Live Oak Wednes-
day. Mr. Dorman organized a local
F. E. & G. W. of A. at Flemldgton
while here.
Mr. Will Whittington who has been
spending the summer in Michigan, re-
turned home Saturday. He stopped
over several days in Chicago with his
friend, N. J. Carlton, who took great
pleasure in showing his many places
of interest in the city.
Mr. Emmet Weisner and family
left Wednesday for their old home in
South Carolina.
The stork left a fine baby boy with
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Sunday evening.
Dr. Clark Walkup of McIntosh is the
attending physician.
The farmers of this place are very
busy cutting hay and getting their
lands ready to set out lettuce.
Will and George Whittington have
rented Mr. Henry Price's place near
South Side. Mr. Price and wife will
leave soon for their new home on the
east coast.


WEIRSDALE


Mrs. A. N. Cameron, who spent
several days with relatives at Shady
the past week, returned home Mon-
day.
Mrs. V. P. Kelsey. of Stanton, was
a caller here Tuesday.
Mrs. Lee Evans and two winsome
daughters returned to their home at
Wiscon last Saturday.
The game of baseball which was
played at Lady Lake Saturday be-
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEM-

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Boardtg School for Boys Cmduet ed by the ge('f L 0 i
Boy from 8 to 14 years Received. Car etMuy Tralid alom f
lectual Moral and Social Unes, Heal thy laoctisf. Ma-ma-.
Poo Coaplete Mqulpmpt In Scholor oe, IDnr-M- X o-
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Apply for Prspectu to the S T SuP
St Joseph's Academy, oietto. Ihddi


Co., incidental expenses, .5; Ken-
drick. H. W1l1o0. repairs, 82; Heidt- .
ville, Marion Hardware Co., material The Loyal Temperance Leglio held
for painting and. repairing house. a public meeting at the Methodist
$7J.; G.0 Dorr. repairing house. parsonage on Wednesday afterao,.
$4.1; Pleasant Hill. Etta Faglie, Sept. 15th. The pastor's wife, Mrs. J.
teaching, $10; Marion Hardware Co.. J. Thompson, is superintendent of the
pump materials. 13.40: Anti-Mono- j ilezion. Twenty-eight children were
poly Drug Store, books for free use in 'present and nearly as many older peo-
sdbool. $17.26. Total. $423.09. pl.- who are particularly interested In
.t. 8 the temperance work. The pazets of
Wet.y ."* Sept.- 8 the children were represented by the
B.ard met with all members pres- mothers.- as is often the case where
emt. templeance work Is done. Of course
The treasurer's report was submit- we know that the fathers like to have
t-d and checked up showing total their children sober and well behaved
county funds received for school pur- but they are certainly very shy about
pos(s during August. $305.19. and dis- lending their presence to a temper-
bursements of $277.25. leaving a hal- ance meeting. I
ance of 827.93. Total district receipts. The meeting opened by the children
$4381.03, disbursements. $315.23. leav- ringing. "All 'round the world the rib-
ing a balance of $4(C5.AO. b'n white is twined." followed by a
A request from the superivsor of the, prayer by Re&. J. J. Thompson. Then
Elmwood school, colored,. for an in- the superintendent told of the work of
crease of salary was refused. | the L. T. L. what its object is and
Notice of the recommendation of what it is accomplishing. They learn
Mr. N. A. Noble for supervisor of the: the evil effects of alcohol and narcot-
Romeo school was received and con-; is on the whole system and on the
firmed by the board. mind. Some three dr four months ago
'Notice of the resignation of Mr. H. she appointed captains as leaders In a
H. Harrell as supervisor of the Shiloh contest to encourage better attead-
school was received with a recom- ance. The side who found Itself be-
mendation of Mr. D. R. Zetrouer for hind in attendance at a given time
his successor. Action was confirmed was to furnish an entertainment for
by the board. the successful side, hence the calling
In response to the advertisement in of all the members of the legion and
both the daily and weekly papers of their parents on this occasion.
Ocala for keeping on hand the school The work has bepn suspended tbri
books used in the county schools, a the summer months, but the children
proposition was received from the are filled with new zeal and are sax-
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store to renew lous for the meetings tobegin agan,
the arrangement of the preceding which they will do next Friday after-
year. viz: To sell the books of the noon.
county adoption at 10 per cent. less The superintendent then called on
than the list price of publishers. This Mrs. Washburn to make a few re%
being the most favorable proposition marks, which she did. She urged the
the same was accepted and the Anti- children to be more regular In their
Monopoly Drug Store was designated attendance at the meetings and she
as the official dealer In schQol books also secured several new names to the
for the county. pledge. Others would have liked to
A request from Daniel Hollinger., of sign. but when they came to under-
Aitoona for a permit for his children stand the pledge prohibited the use of
to attend school in Lake county was wine. beer or cider, tobacco In say
granted. form and profanity they hesitated and
The secretary reported the sale of some did not sign but we believe there
the Turner Farm school house to Mr. will be a few more clean, upright
M. T. Cheshire for $25. which had men in the community when these
been paid into the treasury. boys are grown up as a result of the
Request from J. J. Hawkins. of work now being done In the U T."
Altonna. to send three children to Prof. Rickards next talked to the
school in Lake county was received children for a few minutes. Among
and --nted. other things he said he had voted the
A request fromthe chairman of the prohibition tftket for twenty-two
board of trustees of the Fello'ship ye-rs He gave their superintendent
district for two joints of terra cotta mn. .e.nourghto buy an L T. L
pipe with which to fix their spring baTge for even member of the L T. to
was receive d an.d tnted. The children tendered him a vote of
was received and wanted. thanks.
A request from the supervisor and Thom n made a short talk
teacher of the Shiloh school for the Rev. Thompson made a short talk .
.sniar to be put at $40 instead of $35 taking as his subject, "A the twig I
per month was received and refused bent so is the tree inclined.' Then
upon th. ground of the very small came ice cream and cake, free, In
uarn tn a sr.un t mry m abundance. The children on the win-
avrag of last trm. ning side. led by Mary Gale. grouped
toard adjourned. themselves on the grass and were
Wednesday Evening, Sept. 8 waited upon by the others, greatly to
Board met'and the superintendent their delight. Both sides say they are
reported his trip to Jacksonville to not going to be beaten next time.
aettendt his e rp o i ack "-onference The children voted to send three
attend the educsttogal conference Alars to the -Florida state teaper-
called by the stats.supeintendenL ance_ e .it wh-h 'Is preparing to
In connection with ths.the propa- make a te0t-o the state during the
ganda for arousing an increased in-coming year. The meeting was very
terest throughout the county and com.tiny hro. gh ot. ig wase^y
state was discussed. enjoyable throughout.Hoping for
stA r request from the state sueri- many more such meetings, I remain,
A request from the tae superin- ou truly,. E. W.
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As de 4M ee ath the piBo ein
j ierem. I H bad arrive a sptme o
hear the hat part M te th s e van\
that had been faaom her bIlly her
m s Inrnustce and se lf m ss .
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w- ., .: ad e y d owr quice et y o cane Bu _s,
-... mosort oetov-s ing d usop nieiy rm
a- gaglsiasrs tec 0Si n dg t*is fo the beat show in tows
.*.. .a" y e tw" are smgi to ht y tranl a
while I doI up the eessary sp allesa
S. d symy an d allepeae t Joerre"






. t hed wleme after ae 1taandenl Wd hNow watw. ow vo.
Sthe o Mrs do you to o and ak I that?
ashsa omith at Brobo who had been nminoo to
GeUmss Sd at each his wM and f.end. oone ly, was I E
*be mbMWse O mInuses with a mains rolve.
S elP ms, Interr "N --- --you- won't' e sad Susmpetse-
....' y. "I alat go l to nbe an object
a l* w .s~ b n "betwis y ou O baraty. mrm as ack an tired of
go'9aW S o a a MO s gett ing th whole h welm as sh is. m mSn
wa am I ever saw." ryou put thte bet drem you've Oet
a mitme e save a S I'll take you to a show, and If
6 1 0.mIsy wasa 4s cowm Be a" as coame ass ,, ...-
my sa lgr amnndUt. m ml a a, asnd it 1 's n W o
=, wI W M P never as right I shsod take care ow a my n.d eth g toe
S--- --- S ?* wie and. let her _m e a lttle ge . "I'm e or-v sed m timhte n Joeu to
liSAf eOPIM* 1-6 with a is for O n sad. Vanerbt sad ndaswd en hisd slow, Biet voice.
*g -r1b whato a ana ob mtoa mmas tbk "Yes. I know Emma's your wife and
eaglamemls. m going to do it, h P not h a te at t I n takedher







... d I S e wheh IM B a n MMel r anI to be aa- -e-and ita biJst because I
SWbk .MM -M-SW e, mOB&metI aen a winay alrgh Hury do know that that i don't want you
,der MB r he to go w-aa nd for Just that same
At .0 -a ---. . .s 1B pa w w ,Moeu re o I w yoi a n io -u to ..derst o d that



m o d i L w u.do" 0101 a h-so m- Woo ea It y e n ever get' Into a tigh t b ole you ed
N- .ikeM amro* -t. I vatog afd 4ten* a gaMe tem me 5fr heptlad d tI-

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-.-. ,. . w W w Ire e p." l.ow wo m r's asage to you SNootw a~_, t~een torit..
.s am1 11 wohat mah.a shadmnit ot re ant to be acce1 of c an- Ga'd't?
SSt3MbOdle M Al"I I teawen No sho Gahd: "You'te nod goingtbhen?' Inquired






a -N If-, ku thin rea l lyaseIt o ksd as his end. pomoved toward
SI ,m0 ai m dt akI like to go. I h mvet s a ouw the hall, bat there owastnothing rthe



V &Im'OAit 98..n nelya- isyear. DO You think Ird tone oC hemqutns esigned tbo eneour-
-- adt i agoe the great Ihearted felk t o acom-
Vt er ag61e11 him for y -Why Ae, *my gl" was mih's pany them
Il ae. u410 16eMand r. "Th e seo i "No; you two ad better go toget-




at t bel aS/ Sa r l tahe wa*I Mr e al the time and getting e W herep ed as n passed out .
Sal hge Wb eabpl m* me Hl rows.s0 aea yd Whenbe had gone Brooks drew
W4 ws's* a e ahsut thatt ot I as "'ftse hi' bu aid get roa.t" h d bquitytfrm othe Insde &pocket of his









a a1e i g teL *a h ...ooks ad Iem 1a0d antd was the cor ectou ndchecks and bills that
gtab Meg wedea' Itt btorhim. Emua = aemerled fnon the, bedroom





1 5t0 s Ma iBM .MY he* s dp yoe h e tone thatwll s B wohre 'ste o f heaser.i
e"""- m iss'r" s to payber this Iemabw oewet t howM He sid be guessed
"Se, ha amlbi f hae int his outt knw 3mm beat -It' ae of he'idbette not come, as he wanted










.li-"-Oa W-w @- -o- tabd a ihbt in 'tt aR wte tol wm i got up ea yt or s ometia g oring there.
*W SMI W st-- -a n 0 1 1e a Wobe K 05 e1 -- -0 -, ae r, friBrooks.
issloo lbaw thle0 nart b fW1mri am' pa y'lse t"Ime her whyrre changed his mInd













SK w gs a Me fs ey e m wit t said.y
M -"A Il a it-- iht ,-e. trac but with a look of ock when a they nd
g Mg Vl SSm g gt ateeptea er asy aske. I evr gell rIll to K

.14 IMmpbb wao* f wt whtgo Wn they touna themselves oatasu*c
s 9b s W ~Iteh whi youvgo the boowg aIHan~in ~~thse was tor g the street, and Beook








iNs- estos deert how a afterward have decided o a vaudeville show ad bel and
I.M e.-WM Ie m &W Po oan rty w hys t g ore. Tl O es ou t l h er h pl ace of entertain
4H hie r i She W&Ifteen e an ad taint a rt o gay .T hak" et they could go to r oncet hour.and
SMA 4C He iftlhaed BIrAg wh MJIdnationW she went ha demrred feebly, wantinge theyo goad









4LR vt! I M. Up to him aa teres him to look her -t feellas that scruple on the ground
1 B Me* "- BIns t jcen. perited themselves, from the necessitxtravg
S*w askw whadbt u wadu abutt I dowmy I nest so I aven hof night out tha but heMrs. Brooks en-









b"Mil'allk h i T ao dp dotye a gese nW swe Andas bythoayI aatda
M s eeabr mbembe dwpartue y afi d by the W' *0Joed the changeato the ful. Watch
a00 struggled osat eJonomaed e ntlt I candt t ugite actImpors and laughing at the was

r Ibwi'eglalre mt auda i ihot~ porssdBok 1Wudreta


d say m&Lor rd go to the theater e vs-tag oned lobsters and wine
",rf I cou go alone with you or with th air of a man to whom money
'" .. -S^Fw wth Jimmy and hide somewhere In the wan o object He was in rare high
elk stale. .. ot a corner, but do you think I want to go spiritM ad gallant with a tendermee
'^ ^to a party looking ike a kitcben maid? he had not manifested toward her in
SM- y shoes are racked. Et.bh o mmany a moon. He chattered and chat-
o"- u o "'" -" "e-m--- land and old and ugly. And tered, and his animation communicat-
. look ate mel Do you know what's hap- ed Itelf to her. so that her eyes spar-
"'""_ s-_ e1 a pied to me? I've grown common ked her pretty face was wreathed In
a ad .coarse and cheap. Sometimes happy sle, and she returned his
.. .. h. when I look at myself Into the glass It games of love and admiration as In
m. -as, thagh I could see the dirt the happy days of their early married
P, aw We..- .. aid the grease and the horrd nasti- lif, when they were all in all to each
NOW aNO" a&MWamea It al staring me right In the other and there was naene so handsome
a s s c te Why dea't Igo rm ashamed. ad as ole minded as be i all the
h" Uh_.* .... e. th fts an. And you make it harder, world
,el bh- apl~ltf t b" asset reched my lmIt of e--
*" ^ -- .....mtyh..r Rm e (Continued Monday)

I" IGILCHRIST AS A BOOSTER
In : .~u .iwtave aPUB On his return from his recent ex-
,"m No 1 which he did some splendid boosting
,0 a m. 4 : 'M m ,
:.i" "u, h .av beIevedI for Florida, Governor Oilehri st stop-
Mt U um aa M e ped a few hours in Birmingham. Ala.,
;, .. _S. St i2 Mm he 'd Ii s Iand there was besought by the re-
S.... O MftI"ew porters of papers for Interviews. The
W OJam hte 4 following is reproduced from the Bir-
t e tost h toan mingham Age-Herald:
-. ii"The creator Intended Southern Cal-
S~ ll t s I I fornia for a desert, but by artificial
-. m ,Imeans it has been transformed into a
W" veritablee garden." said Gov. Albert W.
memo waWNO Jnm Ow i l i Gilchrist of Florida, who was In the
I'..-. l'am m i I city yesterday for a few hours on his
h- ,*Ia M9y a. he way home from a vacation spent in
i to the West.
-g-g em, 1 was never so greatly Impressed
S:ft. l VW *W ganguley ^ with the opportunities offered In the
A M o .s i fas*.. ^ L I l Southland till I visited the great West


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Is Salm mme --a-5 ay we 4M mW hawe~ ~~i~
wasr prwly as we ahowN IEkeftbhave &M bhovw~
as we mew have plemly of clerkaft wR fth iiyt~.
Year ,-atLamfis ia few 4d.ul U1 e wE2mAL 8A1 U
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Dry Goods


Yard wide Tafetta Silk, assorted colors, $1.25 quality,
at only ...... ........ .... ...... ........
46-inch Mohair, assorted colors, 75c quality, at
only .......... ...... .. ............... 4c
Suesine Silk, assorted colors, sells for 47 1-2ca sale
price only ...... ...... ...... ...... .....29e
Brown Dress Linens, good grades at upward from 4e
A large asortement of White Dress Goods, suitable for
Waists and Suits, that sold for nearly double, to go
at upward from ...... .................... 7e
36-inch White Linen Lawn, worth 40c, at paly ....21e
36-inch White Linen Suitings, worth 50e, going at
only ......... ...... ...... ......, ........ 24e
90-inch Linen Sheeting, suitable for ladies suits, at
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...g4e
Colored Dress Lawns that sold up to 15c, going la this
sale at ............ ...... ...... ...... ....g
Dress Lawns in assorted colors, going at upward *
from ............ ...... ...... ...... .. 31 .
40-inch White Lawn, good quality, 16e value at only Ige
36-inch Percales in the newest shades, fast colors.
only ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .....90
40-ineh White Lingerie, very nice, worth 26c at

White Cross Barred Nainsooks, good quality, at only goe
Colored Madras. suitable for children's dresede at
only ...... ...... ..... ... .. .... ......go
Arnold Colored Satines (known as broadcloth) worth
20c, at only ...... ...... ...... ...... .... e
Simpson's and American 3-4 Percales, the best made,
worth 8c, at ........ ...... ...... ...... ... 1 *5c
28-Inch Unbleached Sheeting, worth 6c, at only ....4e
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, good weight, Sc values,
at only ....... .... ..... *. ........... 5 14
39-inch Unbleached Sheeting, very nice quality, 10c
goods, at ...... ...... ..... .......... .4
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, no starch, lO1 quality, at
only ...... ...... ... ....................g
Amoskeag Ginghams, good for aprons, 8c quality, at
only ...... ...... ..... ...... .... 514k
Apron Ginghams, thin but serviceable, 6c goods, at
only ...... ............ ............... .44e
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sells for 25c, at only .... 19C
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 33c goods, in this sale only 23M
WE HAVE A LARGE LINU OF DRESS GOODS AND I


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Gold dytd I"eNs at per pier.
Guitar- or DeaW Strings at ea& .''
ateoa-Huarilb s Bot Papers for ...
Spage lPdl Tablet ....-. .r.
"Memphat e o ,elng .dl. a .at. .
Guaranteed m tas or ..... :.. -.-
72-tnch Meequlto Bas, Irs t frase, fr ...
WIlNch Measqte arn, ro fraDm e o, '
Good quality Wtlas fs at upn I :
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Oar special is a lot of saft 2t we have bee sg"
to $9.98 wh.e go i aUs s .t ..
Another good let is ai wol wetl suitM rd--
the vey atst stye, th ktemd that w have bu
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.M._n' s .Pants.
Mt a bi VeT I g .e ag'
Our special for this sale is a lot of peait at we'
be..sejllng up to $3s. which w.. 6* .a 3.t4
Another good lot Ws some all we) pants uade up is to
the very latest style, full pmW I belt stNp AbmsL
bcke a4 wen worth up to $5, alln'3 tiUf a
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We want to take this opportunity to thank the people for their liberal during the Sale
as well as before it began. The short notice given of this Sale is proof conclusive that t pubo e ., i
learned to know that when we say "SPIECIAL SALW' it really means that we have reduced our pt.. M
to rock bottom for the occasion. .


Come in and look ver tor stock--It'll cot yoe


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BOUGHT A MEXICAN RAILROAD
Ambassador Thompeesn Ima Smured
an Important Link In t Pan- I
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tion we have here In the South the
greatest country in the world."
That is a statement which should be
given very wide publicity, especially
among the people of the western and
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CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.
We have a stone crusher at work to Ocala, and are prepared to do all
I--i of Cement Work, B4ld fPmudations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
BIlk, BaMd Sidewalks, Artifelial Woae Fences, Stone Mantels. We make
Baes f or lmmdalons for hbees work, which look better than brick, and
at Baper. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of
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MRS. JESSIE HAYCRAFT


MRS. ELMER DeCAMP


PRETTY NEW




FALL MILLINERY


SMy ine of elegant new Fall Millinery,
embracing Hats, both trimmed and un.-
trimmed, Trimmings ot all kinds, Rib-

bo0n, Iowers, Feathers, Veilings and
ornaments, is coming in every day.
Formal announcement of the opening
of the new fall goods will be made in a
ahort uime



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OW llMay eraft has bought our splendid line of handsome and stylish
-SU a ir aad the new goods are arriving daily. We have an especially
lt 1 te Imported and domestic trimmed hats In the most beautiful
-, ehapes. Ale al styles and a great range of prices In untrimmed shapes.
/ Our -tk 9, plumes, bought early before the recent advance In price, will
be the taest ever sblrn here. Also the new style willow plumes, the newt
st thinlg. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all
t I A Wl d, Mra. Haycraft spent three weeks in the markets of the east study-
.' the yles and making the selections In person and we feel safe in say-
gwe have thin fall Just what the people of Ocala and Marion county will
ptpolte. Caome is and see the new goods.


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'AIWt An old chair wt th a small can of L. & M. Home Flan-
S alt Any old furalture with a small can of L. & M. Home
t A kitchen floor, porch floor, with a small can of the L.
m Mhir M oor Paint. Old kitchen chairs, benches, any old
m a. at pMund or two of the L. M. Home Finish Domestic
a mbggy, with about a dollars'worth of L. & M. Home
r Painat Porch furniture, lawa swings, Iron rall-
a- L & M. Home Flaish Porch Enamel Paint in all
--- tW -ke- y rWof made tight, with a can of Bclipse Roof and
lAB D4O things made.aew with these little cans of L & M.
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Mr. A. M. TenEyck went over to
Daytona this afternoon to see his wife
and boy. He will return with them
in a week or ten days.
Our old time friend Burns Leav-
engood is here from Stanton and said
there would be great times there this
afternoon as the Lady Lake ball team
would play Stanton.
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.
Bob and Frank Mathews, who have
been at Candler and the lake return-
ed today and had wonderful success
In fishing. They are biting to beat
the band.

Toutg man, wedding announce-
ments are in order. If you want yours
to soon be made. don't fall to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
ening when you call. They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Harry Walters. who has been
in Jacksonville during the summer,
will return to Ocala to visit his par-
ents before going to Atlanta to re-
sume his studies at the Medical Col-
lege of Atlanta.-Jacksonville Metrop-
olis. 17th.


There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
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.L oe P. meet Momday evelns

0d Or ows meet Tuesday aight.
aWge se t Wednesday evening.
*Waukesh-" ChewOr Ale at Bardas.
Filing cases at the Oeala News CoL
Have yeau seen the picture puosle
post cards at the Obeaa News Co?
Chief Justice G. M. Richard of Ber-
lin, was a caller nl town today.

Uncle Joe BMski of Anthony was
a caller In town today.
Mr. Frank Lytle of Stanton is ship-
ping 17S boxes of grapetrult today.
Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets just received at the Court
Pharmacy.
J. M. Luffman of Oak was In town
today to see Supt. J. H. Brinson Sbout
school matters.

A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hosiery for women has
been received at Fishel's.
Mr. Roland BUtch went out to
Blitchtoa this afternoon, to visit his
home folks a day or two.

Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
Pharmacy.
Mason Tison and Will Hutson In-
dulged in a dove bunt this morning
and returned with 51 birds.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.
Mr. Will J. Edwards, after visiting
relatives In Ocala, returned today to
hiM place of- business at Irvine.
R. C. Davis a um. or Jacksonville,
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 76c.
each; $7M5 per down.

R. J. Hall, representing the Ludden
& Bates music house, went to Galnes-
ville today.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Geo. E. Snow, the successful orange
grower at Eastlake, returned today
from his trip to New England.

H. C. Jones went down to the lake
this afternoon to spend, Sunday with
his family.
Judge and Mrs. Richard McConathy
are now taking' In the sights of the
Seattle exposition.
Bear In mind we carry a hall line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up. at the Ocala
News Company.

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott went down
to Woodmar this afternoon to spend
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George
MacKay.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in -many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

Mrs. G. C. Crom and children with
Miss Olive Weston are home from
their sojourn in the mountains of
North Georgia.
Alex Moorhead, the county sur-
veyor, did some line running for the
Romeo Turpentine Co. this week.
Next week he will be busy at Sparr.

WANTED-An Intelligent boy, 12 to
16 years old, to act as office boy and
learn the business. Apply at once to
Ocala Lumber and Supply company,
Clyatt building.
,Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Copeland will
soon remove to St. Petersburg. They
are clever young people and their
friends here will miss them.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for tc. The Postoffice Drug.


THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
WITHOUT A RIVAL IN ITS FIELD' ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Largest, Cheapers and Best News. & 3.90-4$104.66-Los Angeles and San
.-- D..LI:.Lm.J 6 & ,at.ra 1mi Frant.wn nn sail varlinou datpm


AT THE AIR DOME THIS EVENING
Theie will be an etra me perform-
aaee, specially arranged for the usual
Saturday night crowd of amusement
seekers.
Mrs. Pteadmne and her smart little
son, Herbert, wil give the best la their
repertoire, and as it is probably their
last appearance in Ocala, they should
have a full house.
Miss Anaie Laurie Perry's. skillful
fingers will manipulate the acpompan-
lments, and the picture subjects will
be specially fine. Among the pictures
to be shown Is a full reel entitled. "A
Bruised Heart." This film Is an ex-
cellent one, being hand painted in
beautiful colors. Other subjects
which will be shown tonight are "The
Carnival at Nice." "Making Tam-
bourlnes," "Saved by a Wait." "Love
and War," and "The Pest of a Moth-
er-in-Law."
The Rebekahs held their monthly
meeting last evelng. In the absence
of the noble graid. V. G. Mrs. J. M.
Fennell presided. The secretary. Mrs.
S. W. Copeland, resigned and Mr. L.
F. Ballard was elected to fill the po-
sition. The lodge resolved to cele-
brate the anniversary of the order at
the next meeting, and a committee
was appointed to make the necessary
preparations. The next meeting will
be held Friday evening, Oct. 15th.

Mrs. E. Van Hood returned yester-
day afternoon from White Springs.
where she and her daughter, Miss
Marguerite Porter, passed a few days.
Miss Marguerite went on to Gaines-
ville, Ga. to attend the meeting of
Brenau College, where she will grad-
uate next June. Miss Marguerite will
be much mipsed, especially in the
Baptist church, where she has been
singing during her vacation. She has
a superb voice, which Is receiving the
best of training.


Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Carswell left to-
day for Glen Springs, S. C., where FRESH SEEDS
they will remain for a few weeks. to FE EE
enable the doctor to fully recover n our fresh supply of re
from his recent severe Illness. They liabe hae garden and flowresh sedspply for falle-
will then probably go out West, tho' liablenting.arden and flower seeds fr fall
they have not yet decided on their ob- planting. Tydings & Co.
jective point. Dr. and Mrs. Carswell. I
during their brief stay in Ocala have: AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
made many friends who hope they -
will have the best of good fortune. A five-passenger automobile, two-
and some day return, cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Miss Pearl Kelsey of Stanton, came Tyding.p or A to R
up today to take charge of the Griner TydingR,
Farm school Her mother, Mrs. Van
Kelsey. accompanied her to town. and, HARNESS MENDED
Mr. Cahoon was in waiting.to take the
new teacher to her school, i Harness of all kinds mended or new
I parts made where desired. Also saw
Smiling done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Mr. W. B. Hartridge, the Jackson- Tompkins & Cobb's stables.
ville decorator, who did such a splen- -
did Job of work in papering Mr. Clif- AUTO FOR SALE
ton Camp's new home, left with his
wife and child for home today. They A new runabout automobile for sale
were guests of the Montezuma while at a. reasonable discount from orig-
here. Mr. Hartridge will return later Inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
to finish the work. tomobile," care Star office.

HOW'S T4il HOUSE TO RENT
On Fort King avenue, one of the most
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- modern and convenient residences in
ward for any case of catarrh that can. the city. Apply to 139 Fort King av-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. enue.
r. J. Chene(y & Co.,
Toledo, 0. THE BEST PRu icCsION
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Not a single 'phone has burned in a
believe him perfectly honorable in all ,house in Oeala. A telephone is better
business transactions and financially than Insurance. In case of burglars or
able to carry out any obligations made 1lre you need quick action. You get
by his firm. that day or night with a telephone.
Walding, KInnan & Marvin, Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. vance. Ocala. Telephone Co.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu- ICE BOX FOR SALE "
cous surfaces of. the system. Testi-
tmonialssent free. Price 75c per bot-I For sale, a large ice box; cost $25o
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's will sell for $10, cash. Suitable for a
Family Pills for constipation. 'large family or boarding house. Ap-
ply at Star office.
ONCE A FAINT DREAM at Star offe.
BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY SECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED
--- At the plant of the Florida Packing
You can positively have your shoes 'and Ice Co., Ocala, Fla.
re-soled and finished off to look like'
new, by an electric stitching and fin- KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
fishing machine. D. W. Goodwin, Shoe- KILL OULD-BE SLAYER
maker, Ocala, Fla., next door east to A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
MonteumaHoteLwith many victims. But Dr. King's
VALUABLE BOOKS i New Life Pills kill It by prevention.
VALUAB BThey gently stimulate stomach, liver
They Should tbe in tvry Household. and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con-
Are Highly Rocmmmsndqd stipation, biliousness, chills, malaria,
Their Titles are: "What a Young headache and Indigestion. 25c at all
Boy Ought to Know": "What a Young druggists.
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young I -
Husband Ought to Know"; "What ai SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a A $40 scholarship in the Stanley
Young Girl .Ought to Know"; "What Business College, of Thomasville, Ga.,
a Young Woman Ought to Know"; for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know"; 'office.
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
Know." WARNING
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the Do not be persuaded Into taking
task and are worthy of any one's anything but Foley's Honej and Tar
time to read, especially persons to for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
whom their title refers. They tell of stops the cough and heals the lungs.
the origin of life and its sacred func- fever, asthma. and lung trouble, as at
tons and are commended by noted iSold by all druggists.
persons, male and female. No parents
can bestow a worthier or more corn- 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
mendable gift to their daughter or
son. How Is that. This is not an auto-
Rev. L. B. Warren, the former be- mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist Westinghouse electric fans that I
church has given these works highest have just received. Let me place one
commendation and urges parents to or two of them In your home or on
buy them for their boys and girls, as: your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
does Rev. H. E. Gabby, Rev. R. H. trical supply man.
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. F.1
A. Bone, a worthy young man. prepar- CORD WOOD FOR SALE
ing for the ministry, Is soliciting for
these valuable volumes and we trust I will sell 400 to 500 cords of best
he will be kindly and liberally receiv- quality wo.d at Montague station for
ed in Ocala. $1.50 a cord at des ft. Address C. E.
.--- Foglestrom, Montague. Fla.


An eight-inch Westinghouse eletrte
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity In ten hours steady runalng.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. TYo can't
have good health it your liver is not
doing Its duty-slo* but sure poison-*
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's HerbMe
makes a perfectly healthy .liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-


Information


Buy Cream Flour, trne
to itB name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Floor. Ev.

ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft

winter wheat. Sold ex.
elusively by



TEAPOT

GROCERY

"WOODMAR--FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbng; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Fmrnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; nidaern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David 8. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala. Fla.

HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. E. Handle house, one of the
most convenient and best built houses,
large lot and al convenient in the
house, located in third ward near high
school building, for rent or ale. Ap-
ply to David S Woodrew, Holder
Block. Ocala. Fla.


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FINE VWMICLE 'AINTUI

It will be eced that the
Wagoa Worets, IFe MeAtest. p-
prietor, did such eacefleat pstiratl
vehltees that took part ia the p r
contest at the coanty ir a t
and those decorated drew ram- A
word to those cotteplewing markg a
show exhibit along this me- Cle* m
Fred McAteer and have ywu vM it
painted at the Star Wat h.W8&
and draw a prism
The 8tar hear wih deep nrnt el
the death of Mrs. Cooper. wi e tr .
Tom L Cooper, pastor eof the h-
odist church at Crystal RIver. r
death took place at the homaeo ho
parents in Puatam coaty.
Mr. Oeskia, the successful halr
farmer, who has had a severe spell 5t
fever, is Up again and was aesin g
our streets today.


mer and stockman of the big aerub,
was in town today with haO Ine look-
ing daughter. He said he was buy
clearing Jupiter* Creek of all obstruc-
tions from Lake George to the head
of the springs a distance of imte
miles. He camp in to see Road Over-
seer Will Lucius about ralslq. the
-bridge across Jupiter Creek so Mr.
Marsh can get his boat through or,
under it. He s getting the groonad
ready for the Kentucky, gue club tIha
purchased the property and will make
a sportsman's paradise of it. ifty of
them will arrive Nov. 1st

C. E. Converse, the Ocala PleaMg
Mill owner, has returned from his
visit to New England. He had a very
pleasant time and was greatly bel -
efited by the outing. He was accom-
panied home by his sister. Mrs. TMl

Z. c. Chambliss, the par-exeellent
stock man and banker has been
rambling over the alkali deert a of
New Mexico and is lately talum
creature comforts at the palatial
Brown House in Denver. His steps are
homeward bound.

A little lady arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Carns yesterday
morning. Jler name will be Mary
Cuthill Carn.
J. A. Bropks, an industrious youan
farmer from the Leroy section, was in
town today and paid his fiancelal reo
aspects to the Star.
Andrew J. Kennedy of Fairfleld and
Billy McMahon of Bltchto, both
worthy colored men In their sectlse
and successful farmers, were la towe
today. Andrew Kennedy row bleArcA
the writer.

Mr. A. H. Mote returned hlast nlt
from his visit to Eastport, Me. Mrs.
Mote and the children will remain a
few weeks longer. Mr. Mote is look-
ing happy and healthy.
A. M. Wing of Jacksonville, has tak-
en Hallie Blitch's place as the travel-
ing representative of the Jon
Grocery Co. Mr. Wing will bring his
family to Ocala to locate as soon as
he can find a suitable house.
Mr. Ed Carmichael has purchased
the Dr. Guerrant cottage on Fort
King avenue, and Messrs. Rollle


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S. T. Carswell. returned today to
home at Reddick.


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cupy it as bachelor quarters.
WANTED-A capable and reliable
housekeeper, aged forty or over. No
menial duties; good pay to the right
party. Apply at Star office.
Take care of your stomach. Let KU-
dol digest all the food you eat, for
that Is what Kodol does. Every tea-
spoonful of Kodol digests 2% pounds
of food. Try it today. It is guaran-
teed to relieve you or your money back.
Sold by all druggists.
ICE MAN WANTED
Wanted, an engertlc man to drive
Ice wagon, deliver and collect Apply
to Florida Packing & lee Co, eity.

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newed strength in other climes this The b
summer. shall be,
Some thing rather new for Florida vice presi
in recent years Is the especially print- urer, and
ed topic cards of the Congregational five direct
society of Tampa, of which Miss at the reg
Elisabeth G. Sinks is secretary. We stock hol
are glad that they are thus prospering held at 0
Sand hope there may be a junior so- in Octobei
city organized before the Endeavor ness of ti
year closes. ducted by
Miss Pattle Frost of the East Jack- fleers until
sonville Endeavorers accompanied annual el
Mrs. Walace Mantey's parents home to-wit: J
to Eostts after their visit in Jackson- Wilber To
ville. Miss Pattie is a sweet girl and R. Carroll
For O we believe the Eustis young people treasurer.
will like her very much.
For Over August 28th there was an election The hil
in the Gilmore Christian church socle- ness to wl
Sty, and last year's officers were chos- any time a
SrS en again, namely, Mr. Wm. F. Haw- thousand
r| Yea s ley, president, and Miss Maggle Gil-
more, secretary. Miss Gilmore loves The na
to write more than the majority of The nai
Secretaries and thereby makes her of- subscribe
fice work a labor of "because I want scrbed bp
to." when too often the correspond- Joeph
ing secretaries write "because I have D. Will
to." She has this to say of their so- 1.0 shares
city president: "Mr. Hawley makes a R. 4
s a0-n ssaga-- good president, he takes so much In- shares.
terest in It all and works for its best .ha
welfare and encourages us all. He res.
never tries to shirk." Is not that a H. M.
good word to say of one's well-tried shares.
president? Surely both he and Miss In wit
Gilmore. indeed, their entire society corporatos
Is to be congratulated. hands and
Grace A. Townmend. August 1
SLl Interlachen, Fla.. Sept. 12, 1909. .
In the District Court of the United R
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Galveston, Texas. Sept 81.-An oil
lTake in the Gulf ieW mIles outh by
eut of Galveston fed by at least three -i
jets is reported by shipmasters en-
IS1*3k tering this port.
That a thin cost of oil has existed
In this region for several years was I
d me med 'wa- well known, but that some extraor-
dinary occurrence is responsible for
e t tMett t M W the flowing of oil from the bed of the
min1 feterprise. Gulf is evidenced by the investigation
made by Capt. C. Netherton of the
steamship Comedian and Capt. J.
Caine, of the British steamship Au-
E reole. The depth of the water at this
points 5 .40 feet.
Three jets about 300 feet apart are
N -O T1 *babbling oIl The oil sone is about a
mile and a half wide and five miles
lon. In many places near the jets
Enm RunH the oil is three or four incles deep
and a dead calm prevails, while the
Sr sea is turbulent beyond In all direc-
tions. A survey shows that the oil
-- lake is on a line almost due south
with the oil fields of east Texas. Ex-
Dsttt1ttl lbe perts advance the opinion that a sub-
terranean eruption has severed the
big vein of oil feeding the Texas fields.

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS pra

SCALA, fSIA As mentioned In our last news artl- CCe
cle, the planned for temperance sug- PU
gestions were sent each society in am-
ple time for them to be used in mak-
ing progress for September 12th. A
fine message' from Miss Minnie E.
. Produce Both Neal, state W. C. T. U. president.
L The Mot Ce came too late for insertion in the en- AMd Prop
velope sent out on Sept. 4th. but we age
dAl.ed ad Right hope to make further use of her let- The ufi
ter. Endeavorers please pray and proOf
tion. First Class work to make the temperance Sun- under the
day worth while in Florida. of Florida
V* k I y Customers Miss Emma Yowell, our reporter for profit,
from the Christian church workers of the follow
Klasimmee, tells of many interesting tion and ]
nA n S~lD- happenings there, also a sad one, the
Hides Bought
ide Bough serious illness of Miss Jessie Cornell,
secretary of their society. Miss Cor- The nan
nell Is a very beautiful Christian be, Ocala 4
character and deserves the prayers of and its p
our members for her complete recov- shall be a
ery. If it is best in God's sight. Florida.
0. Box No. 652 Probably many noticed "Dr. Clark's
mention of progressiveness of the The gSe
d great California Union in his article to be tran
in the Christian Endeavor World last to own, I
week. These Endeavorers of the automobile
Golden State are warm friends of all kinds
ours. Recently there came a bundle vehicles a
of helpful literature from their pres- carry on
ident, Mr. N. E. Munroe, accompanied and own
by a letter, some of which we now Miachinery
share. parts ne
T* "Your letter of July S0 was receiv- used in tb
ed. Many thanks for the congratu- engines, l
lations and good wishes.- I greatly other self
IE |appreelate the outline of your work buy add
and I hope that you win send me any propelling
MA-SA other literature that you may have. chines, a
tt is certainly a great help and Inspir- plies inck<
action to get In touch with Endeav- pair of s
orers all over our land. Let's keep and to at
ae in touch with each other, through' companies
r prayer especially, for I know we can vehicles o
be of great service to each other in struct all
PrrO .l lrl this way." motor vel
Miss Alice Reed, superintendent of own, less
the intermediate society of South tools, imp
Lake Weir and her lUttle son Herbert the consti
have almost completed one of the construct
"time of your life" trips In the north. damized i
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jer- lines of l
sey, New Hampshire and Maine have surroundli
had a share of their pilgrimage, and of paasenl
a corresponding part in the happy such per.
Memories that will last after the re- sary or li
turn home. Mrs. Reed has kept the ness, and
state secretary in touch with her any and a1
l E travels by post cards of each place and incid<
visited, so the pleasure has been garage bm
shared in our quiet office, sistent wil
i ad OMIi m A card came from Mrs. Annie En- ter. or th<
mslnger, who with her husband, pas.- Ia.
Y* *tor of the Congregational church in
SISJV ~West Tampa, has enjoyed a vacation The amt
in New York City. Stops along the ized is th<
Route home were made and Mrs. En- lars, which]
singer's return was delayed that hundred l
9 BU l| she might remain longer with her sis- ten dollars
ter and meet her brother returning in n casi
from Japan. will be pa
A + ~ Another post card told of the trip the subsci
tho to New York by Rev. J. F. Blackburn. charter.
superintendent for the Congregational
d y Sunday schools in Georgia and Flor- The ter
1 Mida. It is good to know that these tion shall
weary Christian workers from various
-sections of our state have found re-


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SEdiltor fiar: In a recent Issue
the Star I read an article on the e
of the state prisoners, also In a
cent copy an address by Goven
Gilchrist on the same topic. Now,
these articles are somewhat agal
my line of reasoning, I will 4
patlate on my views. As I have a
the articles in question, I am not ,
to quote exact words.
In the first place it Is claimed tl
the prisoners are treated better tl
they are at home. Now is this a
punishment? I should say decide
not. I say when a man or won
commits a crime they should
made to feel that they are paying
heavy penalty for doing so, but if
criminal is taken from his own ho
and put in a better one and treat
fed and looked out for In better shi
than he was in his own home. wl
punishment is that to him? None
pll, I should say. The very large m
rty of negro prisoners care north
:or the stigma of a prison sentea
that is as good a Rlace as ally, p
vided they get good grub and not
hard work.
Governor Gilchrist in his speech
Seattle mentioned that the state pI
owners only labored 10 hours per d
Now, the writer of this article 1
worked in the woods from "sun
sun" during our long summer da
and is none the worse for it eitb
and It strikes me that to put a n
in prison and not compel him to w,
any harder or live any harder. ti
the average man in freedom I.r
much of any punishment, and It
prisoner .atter doing a short da
work, is escorted to a nice room, g
en a bath and a freshly launde
shirt to put on, then sit down to
iperusal of a book till supper is a
.nounced and after supper enjoy
game of cards or other pastime ui
time to retire to a nice "springy" 1
and spend the hours of repose betw
freshly laundered sheets, I should a
that man's sentence is rather in
line of a good thing.
Ope of the speeches speaks of
prisoners as "unfortunate shade
Aladdin!" I should rather think th
under the present system a man i
rather fortunate in getting into si
an easy place. An unfortunate p
son, In my way of thinking, Is (
who happens to something over wh
he has no control, such as sickne
or accident or the insane. Those a
entitled to and ought to have the b
of care. To such as these the wri
would be willing and anxious to h
to the full extent of his feebler
sources, but he has no sympathy
expend on these willful and maliclh
violators of the law. Let them ta
the punishment meted out to them.
they don't like It, they can stay as
from It.
The treatment of these cannot
made too harsh. Of course, the sae
tary laws ought to be enforced, 1
cause a sick prisoner is an expen
but make. them work from "sun
sun," anyway, with good. strict me
ures at either end and cut out
sympathetic measures. Of course.
said above, all care should be tal
to keep them healthy, because a s
prisoner Is not profitable. Cut thi
living down to plain necessities;
frills, and give them the limit of hi
work. so that when their sentence
out they will go home and try to si
there.
Also, I do not see the need of se
eral Inspectors with big pay to
around and look at them every f
weeks. It probably would be well
have one man to see after any ve
flagrant violations of rules, but
good dose of "strip oir would
very beneficial to fractious prison
once in a while.
And now that the holiday season
near at hand. I suppose that 1
usual galtlies among the prisoners.
be inaugurated, viz: turkey diam
cigars, holidays, etc., etc. This is
wrong, according to my way of thhi
lag. The men who have violated
law. order and decency are not 4
titled to these things. They are 1
perquisites of the honest and a.mo


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