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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID03276
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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"rit HwON My be P mmed
H Elmaeapa M, inag ept. I.-.p
t, .Mt aft eame to the twin cities
MIEfsEta yesterday and with i
*SdMtof death hanging over I
MaorP m of the state, reeelved a x
Sal, but not a ademwtrgative welemo
i The flibees of O. Johnamon, p
ably the met popular executive w
Imeaoeta has ever known. has entel
de npl hiat the spirit of the day, s
dreaded eventualities threatened for
Ute ding the morniag seriously
rIall the program of entertalnm4
b b e and in St. PauL
S* President Taft was deeply effem
seen after his arrival to receive
S emage of erm l greeting re
SJohnem. The compliment was so I
expected under the circuft-.qecma a
beaming by dictation from the Ups of
man who was reported at the time
having but the frailest-chance for II
It called out an Immediate reapo
from President Taft, flled with <
pressloms of sympathetic concern a
fervent hope for a speedy recovery.
In his audlltorts.. speech at St. Pa
the president called out prolonged a
piseae and cheering when be decid
ed of Gov. Johnson:
"I unite with you In a fervent praL
to God that be may be spared to y
sad to the country. With his bill
hi eonage, his great common men
he eaeot be spared. He is too vi
ahle, -not ale" to the people a t0
state, but to the people of the math
who doubtless wil Indat in time t
-be shall serve tham."

NEAm OEATI IN ING POND
It was a thrilling experience to M
Ida Soper to face death. "For yea
Sa a severe lung trouble gave mn Ints
m- arti," she writes, ."sad se
times, nearly caused my death. j
remedies fal e and doctors said I i
acuraMbe. Then Dr. King's New V
cover brought quick relief and a aa
*: so mpemamea t that I have not be
n trembled In twelve years." Mrs. I
per lves In Big Pond, Pa. It weo
weoders In eoughs and colds, "
AT runs hemorrIages, i grippe, aat
ma, emrup, wbobpiag cough and
bromehbial afectlpes, Me and t$1.
bottlefree. b marnt*d by all r
gists.


AUTO FOR SALE
A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If Interested. address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.
THE BEST g RO 4 ON
Not a single 'phone has burned In a
house In Oeala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In ease of burglars or
fire you need quick action. YTo get
that day br night with a telephone.
Residence rates. $4 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

AUTO RELAY RUN CALLED OFF
First Car Wr eked, One Man Killed
and the Other Passengers Injured
Reading,' Pa. Sept. 19.-The trans-
continental automobile relay run from
Philadelphia to Seattle, Wash.. under
the auspices of the Philadelphia Prees,
came to a -sudden and sad end yester-
day afternoon at Robesonla. twelve
miles west of here, causing the death
of one of the occupants of the machine
and the serious Injury of several of
the other passengers.
The dead man is Henry Buckley. a
reporter for the Press. Wiliam Brown
of Philadelphia was so seriously In-
jured that he may die, and William
H. Bohn. of the Acme Automobile
Agency In Philadelphia, sustained a
deep laceration of the scalp. Clifford
I, Ely, the chauffeur, and 'A, Carter,
colored, a valet, Were slightly Injur-
ed. The machine was going through
Robesonla at a twenty-five mile clip
when something went wrong with a
rear tire. The car upset and Buckley
wag thrown Into the middle of the
read, fracturing his skull.
When the news of the accident
eed the Press the run was called
OL The run promised to be an Inter-
etIn afair. The Press had obtain-
ed from President Taft a letter of
greeting to President Chilberg. of the
Alasia-Tuako-Pacle Exposition, and
had plManed to carry it across the
country in relays of automobiles. The
ear wrecked left Philadelphia at 12:3
p. m. yesterday, Mayor Reyburn giv-
ing the signal for the start.
WINWIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center, N. T1 G B. Burhain.
writes: "About foar ars ago I wrote
you that I had bnw entirely cured of
kidney troubi t taking two bottles
of Foley's Remedy, and after
four yearl.r-n again pleased to sta'e
that 1,Jr never had any return of
th ptoms and I am evidently
to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
edy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.
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AN INTERESTING OCCASION
Opening of Home of Harvard Mother
in the Native TO of Shakapler
*London, Sept, .-The first public
function which wE be undertaken by
Whitelaw Reid e Ms return to Eng-
land, will be the 'pemlng of the Har-
vard House in Staford-on-Avon. The
date of the functhm has been fixed by
the ambassador boaself for October 8,
so that the ceremesy may be eoincl-
dent with the lastallation of Dr. Lo-
well as the new president of Harvard
University.
The Harvard how was the home of
Katherine Rogers, the mother of John
Harvard and from ji threshold she
went out to be marnia to Robert Har-
vard of Southwark. Prorm this union
sprang the founded of Harvard Unl-
versity.
It is chiefly to Marls Corell, the
novelist, that the gift of Harvard
house to America is due, She long
cherished the idea that the Stratford-
on-Avon dwelling where John Har-
vard's mother lived, and where he
himself must often have stayed in his
childhood, should been to Harvard
University. Miss Corei was strongly
supported In her sbehme by Edward
Morris, of Chicago, w.o bought the
house and entrusted Mlss Corelli with
its repair, and also -Its furnishings in
the style of the Harvard period. The
work concluded Mr. Mai presented
the house to Harvard 7tversity. It
was accepted, and it ls to be held in
trust perpetually, under a body of
trustees.
The house is perhaps the most
beautiful sixteenth euntury building
existing in Stratford-**-Avon. It Is a
far more perfect spec-en of a six-
teenth century abode an Bhakes-
peare's birthplace.
The house will be open tp the pub-
lic and will be available to traveling
Americans as a resting place In Strat-
ford.
On the day of the opening Miss
Corelli will entertain the ambassador
and some hundred friends at lunch-
eon at her residence, Mason Croft.


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of high grade and quality, tr eBMse
and store, recve a great MA of our
time and attention, as our lao and
facilities for supplying large na man
orders will aMply attest. Whether
you want a lead pencU or a mp led-
g*r, a note book or a letter p l k its
worth your whie to come In. look
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They say. bat ye wfMl examine
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The Happy Termination of an Eskimo
Courtship in Which Explrem
Pery was Sest Man
Battle Harbor, Sept. 19.-One of the
passengers on the Roosevelt must
have been Dan Cupid and the first
north pole romance in the world's his-
tory is told by Commander Peary. It
concerns one of the four Eskimos who
were with Peary at the north pole,
Ookevah by name, and Ewaloo, an at-
tractive 19-year-old Eskimo girl.
Ewaloo's mother died and her father
Ikawah, married again.
Ewaloo was not happy with her
stepmother. She fell in love with
Ookevah and then wished to go to
housekeeping in their snow igloo, but
Ikawah objected.
Commander Peary told the natives
that four men would be chosen to go
to the highest latitude. He could not
tell in advance who they would be for
It would depend on who gave the best
services on the earlier march. It was
his Intention, he said, to bestow a
number of presents on these four on
his return, if they reached the pole.
He would give to each of the four guns
and ammunition, tent cloth, lumber
and complete furnishings for a house.
Ookevah, who is only 24. and who
had never been on the fIe with Peary.
hard the Commander's announcement
and applied for the privilege of being
one of the four to go to the front. He
said that if he reached the pole and
secured the presents he would get the
consent of Ewaloo's father. Pery
said he would give him the chance to
be one of the heroes of the expedition
if he withstood the gruelling marches
up to the point where a dash was to
be made for the pole.
From the moment of taking leave of
Ewaloo the brive Ookevah proved one
of the most devoted members of the
Polar party, displaying wonderful en-
durance in contrast with the old and
experienced men of the tribe. Peary's
system Is the survival of the fittest
men, dogs, and sledges, and love tri-
umphed. Ookevah went to the pole
with Peary and won his bride.
On the return to Ittibloo they were
married under the Stars and, Stripes.
Commander Peary gave to them their
wedding presents and they had their
honeymoon on the Roosevelt during
.the ten days the steamer remained 15
port.


HIPPITY HOP
Are you Just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
less you have lost a limb or have a
deformity-if your trouble Is rheuma-
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff Joints, or
anything of like nature use Ballard's
Snow Liniment and In'no time you can
throw away your crutches and be as
well as anyone. Price 2Sc. 50c and $1
Sold by all druggists

FAN BARGAINS
An eight-Inch Westinghouse electric
ran that Is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elec-
tricity in tenI hours steady- running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electricall supply man. -

WILLISTON
Miss Leola Ihester gave an Informal
reception last Friday evening in honor
of her charming guest. Miss Margaret
Merchant of Gainesville.
A farewell party was tendered Miss
Margaret Merchant on Thursday ev-
ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Hester on Main street, which
proved to be a very enjoyable affair.
Mrs. J. N. Malphurs and two bright
little boys of Citra have been the
guests this week of Mrs. Malphurs'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reddleck.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. DeLand have re-
turned from their summer outing in
Illinois. Mr. DeLand's mother accom-
panied them on the trip, returning to
her home In Gainesville.

IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All thought rd lose my leg," writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, WI., "Ten
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions,
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores,
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.

CASTIGATED BY THE
LASH OF CONSCIENCE
Ros EIrod Declares that Her Testi-
mony Against Jack Worthington
Was Perjury
Rome, Ga.. Sept. 19.-Declaring that
she was driven by the lash of con-
science to tell the truth after having
perjured herself on the witness stand.
where her testimony secured the con-
viction of Jack Worthington, a Ba[-
tow county farmer, to twenty yeas
In the penitentiary on the charge of
criminal assault, Rosa Elrod, the al-
leged victim, yesterday made a sen-
sational affidavit in which she' says
her story of the assault was a pure
fabrication.
The girl, accompanied by her father,
appeared before a notary and the at-
torneys for Worthington and denied


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oMee music, we are confident the
r dir detors have or will arrange for
m aue,and It will be frnitbed by the
Ocala Metropolitan Band. But we
thtak an orchestra should, ao, be'en-
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Three a' llia i cards new
S. ( ader t~e-uwSowt..attheCopmercial
Bank. They are nicely tmed and
catch the eye of every- pmeny;. Two
i... ,. boys .pirMs. BSpa speebnJ.'ifteen dol-
lars prse to be s gve for the largest
yield of corn froa from 100 rains.
Boys IpelaL Fifty dollars. This $60
ti gold will be givn the boy who ex-
blte the best 0 ears of corn at the
Xarim. County Fair. This ern .t6 be
S grown trom t IM gSrains given out
by J. C. Boessr. Third praise. Farmers
special oma prae for the best 25 ears
at corn f any type to be exhibited at
the -Marion County F1a. Dr. J., C,
Dm-er's name, a.d vey e of
S thesee seem orle l s a d has stim-
ulated a host of boys to enter into this
Seatest Wh e tte boys were mat-
Ing Speiationem to become contestants
Sa t. *isper the Star om week to
week enteredd their nam. 15 boys
'- ave thUkr mMs entered la the-ooM-
tes i sad when it comes to the tarm-
Ser cosiat, Dr. Booer says there will
he a w le wages load of them. The
oatest I crete a lanterest tna our
co ty fair. which cmes off Nov. 24.
Sad 3 that ota-aelse can touch.
The gd ola is iasn e t leach of
nthe W1m0car on

In a *e 1 hessu teo Debloto County
eows, li rWertg to the appointment
of Hom. HL W. Blbhep of lustis, Fla.,
s ee risrIn the first con-
grsaoa district, pays him a high
eempiUlmet and ame which he richly
merits wben it says: "He is active,
aseimpetest and gmualnely honest. Some
yrs before the frme, the bank of
NIsb p Brothers, tMe many others, was
forced I else Its deoAs. o far es we
real ftob bak was the only one that
f ~lsed ierid thai Afnaly paid ev-
r date of l datedne s. Mr..
shaplyaWetsod sad starvgd,jai-
s Maa, the last ap ot paper
Sanst the bUak was paid and caa-
e L." Ad the NeWe farther says,
tWAis the att of man to occupy pub-
1 fiMe adifh. beere eoly m the
*-hnt sde of the aee" pdoliy ((is.
te dlaneeratle party) he woqd a-;e-
S M t gty d 41mt.. for a Florida ov-
oai -Iowa e IMi of Tavares that
aftlu paid ever. deposatr with six
9 Ww ewmt loteML-S-- tis Lake Region.
St afls esw gleae to testy "to
the weuth et seb' ekmas gr.
Bi hp has mape tfsM. labe- county
as& tforidaft 4 0ma"tter of pQlitics
Cels m SWl with ua In estimattang a
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s Otober two big excursions .out.
e Chic wM lad 1.90 German
pple at ae the reuplt of
S,1S mE lana m1 lmesm trying to de. -
vep Cohtumable e ty. The Lake
City lade m s that th eaompany wiMt
am, d $ advuatmisg and expect
to Ibrf thbmaat mere who wanta*a

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MUeC POR U FAIuR
mlMe Star.O N&e *ek ag*o whlle
o yewin'eawuemasipsasemeve stown
I wastfavmeldwIthaM eqrtheprea.
lsm a of yeur 4"s soentr et ir,.
WMeb I pWersed wit Intearet a
W retm 1 b0se. I -w 8Uldr astea n
b ied to aGd tuh toh amitas.. mad
Stam t nor. a AWApply
1i(" ~, wilme h I vestm to.
mys, yevr ~hWm be dal funeo
Wikhet w dme t tb tabe rI lnvMlWM
eastrast the IMs Oi dMbir wAM
the Crwator.M ad the tSt* irun
Sat TM ft r theN Aat m-r seosw
Wi. heWW at aN.' Sesd me 810a4
*Mtv ofef it is & MeNaly- at .sba1m-d
Iot faims. M y, may depend
upefit, a seed heale wi mere than
pay ftr Itself. Te alter yeor fair
emiee"seetd@y thoqI e ab the
To prove my pyet s D. What
a smal umeat li nt omybe.
musty in Setha bs.de.. P. se'-
ei yrneas St*w. r and baut bo-bhas
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s aaye; a pipe and drum band for
balr me e r d fr thei another band
to sey umems mawe another part ol-

With hearty wues to the success
Wof yr g county thar. James Leslle.b
Lake troe Paclassal and popular
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Editor Zim who, by the way, is also
a state senator, will make the race for
Congress against Frank Clark. Just be-
cause, all the other aspirants are
afraid.

T. J. Appleyard, Jr.. of the Lake City
Index, has resigned his position on his
father's paper and gone Into the real
estate business in Tallahassee. Flem-
Ing Appleyard wil Itake up his work
on the paper.
The Oak Halls of Gainesville de-
feated the Chickasha Indians in that
town Saturday in a same of baseball.
The Indians were victorious Friday.
Jacksonville will have a' big arrival
In November and Charle.y Da.sta
will be the manager.

The first Sunday in October will be
Orphanage Day for the Baptist' Insti-
tution at Arcadia. It is doing a world
of good and you can give to no better
cause.

Albert Williamson of the Jackson-
vine Floridian, says the "gilded saloon
must gd" and wmold not be satisfIed If
the -int legislature of Florida did not
pass the most drastic rewtrictive llq-
uor laws. Such as no one can sell-
less than half a pint of any-kind of
Uiquor and not a drop et suqh sale can
be drank Ia the place purchased.
READ THIIs
Dunnellon, Fla., Sept. 1st. 1909.-1
have sold Hairs Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for- it. It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and,
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merchant. 60 day's treatment In each
bottle. /
Dr. Abernethy, the great English
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
When they are affected, life is in dan-
ger." Foley Klrdney Remedy makes
healthy kidneys, corrects urinary Ir-
regularities, and tones up the whole
system. Sold by all druggists.
LOST-Thursday night between the
home of Mrs. Roper on Sanchez street
and Oklawaha avenue, a dove-colored
overcoat. Pinder will please leave at
the Star office and receive reward.
Jacksonville aid Duval county pro-
poses to bond for a million dollars to
build ,good roads.

Many people delude themselves by
saying, "It will wear away." when
they notice symptoms of kidney and
bidder trouble. This is a mistake.
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and
stop the drain on the vitality. It cures
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
of pain. weakness and uripary trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.

Messrs. E. J. White and Sam T.
Hodges of Boston, were guests of the
Ocala :House yesterday.


DUNNELLON AS A
RAILROAD CENTER
Dunnellon is being spoken of over
the state as a railroad center. We
now have a better service, better
rates and more trains passing through
our city than almost &ny other place
of its size In the state and three other
railroads building into out limits.
Dunnellon Is all right and getting bet-
ter all the time.-Advocate.
"WOODMAR--FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbing: running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1, for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.

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

FRESH SEEDS
We have in our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.

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

HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T.,Simmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.

VALUABLE BOOKS


They Should he in Every Household.
Are Highly Recommended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
Know."
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons. male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
son.
Rev. L. B. Warren, the former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
commendation and urges parents to
buy them for their boys and girls, as
does Rev. H. E. Gabby, Rev. R. H.
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. F.
A. Bone. a worthy young man. prepar-
ing for the ministry, is soliciting for
these valuable volumes and we trust
he will be kindly and liberally receiv-
ed in Ocala.


CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of thanking
the public through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage
that has been extended us through,
the past season in our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are just nl receipt of letters giving
us a slight Inkling of oar 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of tle fact that
there will be no question" In the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910, models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, aCd'
we have the assurance that If we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be increased 20 per cent
We will also have a model known
as No. 18, practically the same as
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller
car, and will sell for about $1400
complete, and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
.a while. We will also have a $600,
a runabout, 2-cyllader, opposed
motor in front, under the board,
cone clutch in fly wheel, selective
type transmission and double shaml
drive. 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the public that so far a
pulling through sand is. concerned,
this ear has no equal. Thanking oar
friends for past favors, We are
Very respectfully,
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS,
Per J. H. Spencer.



CASTOR IA

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FURNISHED COTTAGE
AT LAKE WEIR


For
small
Weir.


rent, a completely furnished,
cottage on east side of Lake
Apply at Star office.


HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like 'oley's Orlno Laxative,
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.

HAIR WORK DONE
All kinds of hair work done. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Harriet Hill 212
North Magnolia street

DeWltts Little Early Risers. the
safe. sure. easy, gentle little liver
pills. The original Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name Is
plainly stamped on every box. It is
good for cuts, burns, brulase, sores.
bolls and sunburn-but It Is especially
good for piles. Sold by all druggists.


SEquitable


Life Assurnce Society

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A Sqm DMa
' b mure you wha ywou ay Dr. r
family medlelne-for all theo igreM
eats eaterlag Into them ae prtiatd oa
the bottle-wrappers and their onmulas
are attesatd under oath ae belge maplts
andeomeeLt You know st whatM l sa
aytang for ad that the- m r
Satlered frhm N re' say0i nl
sWlected from th mostahj
ailal-l rt fooud o af -


sges It wiD yleld to 1
dy IftItaus beMpe
Catarrh of tho Nasal
whUle taking the G
covdry for the m es
teatemeat, to clean
two or th eetms ad
CatarrB Remedy. TO
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This sewas you'e o0a4 to have as
uusdway he lot of rDis c ,lors mad
patters to clothes to make your
choice from. As usnal, the Hart
Schafaer & Marx line offers a greater
variety than almost any other half a
domen lines: and we've picked for you
the best and smartest of them.
In salts the revailing colors are
grays and blues Grays of many
shades, and in many very attractive
patterns; blues in self stripes, and
herring-bone weaves; or plain series,
soft and hard weaves; many decorat-
Ive patterns are shown.
In overcoats much the same general
plan of coloring: oxfords, grays, or
dark mixtures. Better choose yours
early.
When buying goods from this store
remember you are getting no shoddy,
left over goods, odds and ends of last
season, but the very latest, best and
newest and most up-to-date nla goods
and workmanship. Remember we are
not connected in any way with any
other store or firm in the city. New
arrivals daily.
This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes


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& Shoe Co.


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seripp wreck OBa ttondh Anqpmm "kf
te. which Seut. d .-st a f .J
Line, which c "datSUN'S
mile wast ae thei Cto sa- T agg
yesterday afternoon, A l er ., 1
Crippeus of Saateord; teE MaO Ps
er Will Rapsoe. JackmI sa dl -e
Smith. colored. Ja ia es J -
Branch, colored flrema% %NW tom
et in Port Tampa, wern ap
so died from h1 Ins lt ift Vef
last aight.
Passenger train N tt a
through here from JadmaMle ut 5: 5
o'clock. Jumped a froag at aOal h at
Winseton. thet engine t0 o 0 l,
losing the engineer me t IK- -
neath It, while aEwmz emasmnW:'
Rapson was thrown fterwai In uh a cr
way as to receive the- Sm .of f m- bt
caplag steam, sealdiag I terribly. t
Goldle Smith. the co met pater, was
struck by one of the i s-a a hd ib
leg mangled. All the W badfly
scalded by escaping sN~. T.he a
gine, mail, express ea" bggae pay
left the track, but the p asswo
coaches remained in Pl sMft,
In the confaslam attemaat up the
wreck It Is Impoaaisb t o atet p-.
Itively to what extes t the oa-t-e r
were sufferers, bat It is n rally be-
lieved that all escaped with* sth
more than being badly shakes up sad
some bruises and scratehe. O1ken
tor Davenport. In charge of the tram,
was slightly hurt. be t his hiMjar
were no e of a character sutfeflet to
disable him.

lakeland, Sept. 3-Palowig lose.
ly. upon the death of epsn tMease
ger Rapson. Engineer C. T. Crppe,
the second victim of yesterday after. r'
noon's wreck, succumbed to hisa i-
the second victim of Saturday aftiOrT
morning. 4A
Mr. Crippens was one of the bir
known and most esteemed enghteers
in the service of the A. C. L. and hntam
of friends all over the system lear 9
his death with deep regret. His heal-
quarters were at Sanford, but a map-,'
sage from his wife, who is in Iowa, 4.-
rected that the remains be seat to that
state for Interment.


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I do i6t love you Doctor tag
reason why, Ill briefly tell.
The doctor of the olden days
kindly words and pleasant ways, a
though his pills were on the b0. ad
sent folks off to Kingdom Come.
though he liked to swell the bhsts
skeletons and sheeted ghets, It n
was his foolish plan to use a saw
every man. Unlike the uodrs5 -
lacs, who carve their patients W M
axe. he dealt out calomel or "aIp
soaked us for a pair of bekas
he killed us-godbd old soul! he
to be planted whole. ,
When I am sickly and nst
you ask me to unfurl my tofsue; s
feel my pulse and prod my back*.'
say my liver's out of whack, and thnS
you shed your vest and coat, mad pih
a lantern down my throat, and say
Great Caesar! What a heart.! I'
have to take you all apart. And oN
your table I am laid, you go ot to
hunt a spade, to dig around smosg
my works and find the ibamed old
germ that lurks around the angles of,
my frame-the way you car* e e is
shame.
When winter comes, with frost a
snow, I have a chilbltan am my tl-
and when for liniment I beg, yo umwat
to amputate my leg: aid when my
throat gets sore and raw, you want to
cure it with a saw; to eae my bald-
neas you. I ween, would M me thra
a guillotine. A leg of amne is now at


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ST^|| ON CIUIT., LAK9 WSW 84MQ COMMON ANaD.
US e mtom ersherw at work ti Oeas, md are prepared to do all
*|1Ma Work. BilM OuIdatlOs, makte Cement Blocks. Cement
SM al-ni. ArtNial Steae tPaces, Stem Mantels. We maak
irUln .feor bhor woolR whikb look better tha brickc, ad
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Weten BeVe, Veal, Florida all red Btf,.
KMutu, Armour's Sg-tar H mO= r-r'i Pork
asage Cabbage, Rutabagas, TqinlpBests.
.Sweet Potatoe, Irish Potatoes, m panuisb Oiionw


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-s s an Aeflte period naleas you have
*4 pro-vided Joa for yawura to ante-
m I_ \ I ptilo ro a- -& 1 u. |rdyketoin7toir pbalae o.
do t want to hear ae dt have to.M
S" "\ ,. ^A& I Mol, no a fe ceegry.2*

the crowd. You're s roih t'
always ,imw sa
deal
-v m a m o "AW, come ant fewlweu admatoied
in.aa..._ i2- 1th^ ww y. Wa astern Ti at't aso deba' bee.
"..."... .d" we do"'t belong to nl mutual tad
JOUNW ARMING t ty."
*o1me th. ae turned away, but
S. other ew that a bearing
"e 6a.aW 3Wm.s oeght to abe gfvnw the superlateodeut
e *e e s ew tsed speak tor sed

"- .. w iwit t get Bleut tof st, ad''
-- posing a'Pfc 9Mla1 at the en- M t. *l J- not a .*leere emt
.Ie plera and decks of the what "y've get to d.--thar yr
. . u .a. -I ah corn ne-Cowa-t an explaasti 1n Wu
Dowtreet, Kaghettan a- tatet I want to tellnyou thnGs
S v .r m a r et r people haven't to i and that
*A Ob. g a1 Wto* e 555ndtegatime ap- you evidently daet know. liem let
am"the MrUMMR roped toPWad me get throu-h theni you do as you
___ and w faime to begin be. I don't have to tell yo0 that the
dwl they fund ouaps of rate of pay is governed, like every-
..4 0gtstgad abost the ap tili else. by the law of supply and
M1at-Aerlcan line's demand. Whatis the ttin today?
*. Oa the taee of the u* We have head rush work for several
S ;ate was an expres- week, ad the docks here and all
4 eianrey and determnwatkiom. along the water front are '4hobked up
mfteut --n to arrive uaw the with freight. But back of this, al.
r emt et Mr. Smth. the though yes may not know It. the rani
s-tunn at the door
S.. a M'bl He had been
MA "b wile they de.t, but
S- asMidace o bie at baght,

-gras stslety or of the kuowl-
e eat sappunema islen- v had

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Sm s pn to "t nsafted him
Ith.aIh Fh a* the hat.
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S do&. oresahd that heuMwand

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"a Sigma.t92 sa m


he SaM in b1 elw. dtB.
made up yelsdse
Vdsek because sow*

A a raise was refsed.
I .ONMn a er ry, and every 4L

vm the Okatbt 006,!
Iiu. A to SA atb yu IM yen "eds everywhere ree lagng .t ofeight
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Mr. A. C. Moody, a prosperous far-
mer of the Summerfleld section, was a
business caller in town today and au-
tographed for the Star.
We are showing the best 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had.
and if you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. D. W. Davis was in Jacksonville
Sunday on his way to New York City,.
where he has gone on insurance mat-
ters.
We have a most exquisite line of
fancy Imported china in many dif-
ferent pieces. The Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

Mr. C. N. Kirkland returned yester-
day morning from Jacksonville, where
he went to transact some business
with his house, the Porter-Mallard
Grocery Co, for whom he is secretary
and traveling representative for this
territory.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes get a pair of smoked glasses
trom us for 26c. Tfe Postoffice Drug-
store.
An unusually large number of peo-
ple came up today on the 1 o'clock
train from Homosassa and Dunnellon.
People are beginning to move and do
thels fall hDAnnr


K. of P. meet this evening.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Odd Pelows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday eveumng
-Wauke~se- Glea Ale at Ballards.
FUing cases at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. George I. Taylor Is on the sick
list.
Mr. M. LHaugtom spent Sunday at
the Ocala House with his family.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher oftSavannah. Is
a guest of the Oeala House.
A.
Major T. C. Hall is in Jacksonville
enm buslmess.
Mr. Louis W. Duval has returned
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. Bennie Condom was in Jackson-
ville over Sunday.
Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets just received at the Court
Pharmacy.
Mr. B. L. Maloney is steadily im-
proving and will be able to resume his
duties In a few days.
Phone us for you' prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
Pharmacy.
Mr. M. Fishel went to White Springs
yesterday to Imbibe Its medicinal wat-
ers for his rheumatism.
(~ol. H. M. Hampton. referee In
bankruptcy, has returned from a bus-
iness trip to Tampa.
L C. Davis & o.. or Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50M er dosen.
Miss Lola Raysor left this morning
on the Seaboard for Spartanburg, 8.
C., where she will resume her studies.
Have you seen the new visible Fay.
Soles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
general agents.

Mr. Bartley Corley returned this af-
ternoon from a visit to relatives at
Leesburg, his former home.
Adrian P. Jordan, state pure food
Inspector, of Punta Gorda, was In town
today on official duties.

Mr. F. B. Beckham returned from
Fernandina via Jacksonville this
morning: - -

,.MI, Troy;Jlm+w-ws passenger teis,
Wmnut g 4m-e la M aboard train
jrti Joiksojvjle/ .: *
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. To.pka .b & .Cabh: iverymen, bad
=ev l tfae le in cbominis-

P. U. Milligan, one of the clever
merchants of Anthony. was In town
this morning.
Miss Josle Bullock will go to Talla-
hassee next week to enter the state
woman's college at that place.
SW-. 0 Jobnstm.fo_ 45 years post-.
stitr aft eRtlannd, S umter county,
Odied last weel.
.C.L, A o came up troar
Holder to -pead a~ few days in the
city 'wItr l s ma My.. ..
t: A'. L-te, of Tampa,. representing
the Daton,. Ohio, cash 'register, is at
the Ocala House, displaying his wares.
Bat Laaler, the high priest of pol-
itics in Lake county, was a caller in
town today.

Mrs. McLain of Conant and son,
Samuel, were In town today between
trains.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spencer were
called on Sunday to mourn the death
of their Infant child. Mr. Spencer Is
yardmaster for the S. A. L
Bear tin mine we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks: also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.


The Glebe owmalu t It nA gaef. "
Stood thatth e Informatilonl
all kinds, same asSat seasen. Proas
as low as the lowest.
GOLD WATCH LOST B3 U Jl t*
A Sold watch, beating caM Wal- to it Dam& YOu Py mgg I
tham movemeast, initial B C. e- ace
of came. Finder wl peas retu t o Do m e for ftt thnal6hw I i
reward. High grade IM r

MASONS MEET TOMORROW NIGHT WY POud Of it gUmZ-* *1& 5bi
The Mas.s will meted to be theat t M h B. MA
evenitg In their ledge room. BIses
of Importance will be transacted. can be nde f r =ft SA wTai

There will be no vaudeville at the i v S d e
Air Dome this week, but there will be wint wWB. 001 el-
a good picture show every uSht at the lively "y
regular prices. 10 and 5 cents. The sabee uj by 4 W
pictures tonight Illustrate Dickess' t-ly .ei
pretty story. "The Cricket am the itmn t h tlC-i MJs
Hearth." as played by Joe Jefferson, a tins of
and -Sherlock Holmes No. ." a most 1bst 0l0ag. his '
exciting awetch. The pictures Satr- A r ta
day night werp fll of Interest, partic- hd up -aw tShe* af
ularty the "Carnival at Nice," and MWaa tie a pe aet hi li e iM
were enjoyed by a large crowd. T ,e T is w-,s a *em-Il
Mr. Thomas Kelly, of Kelly's station whese i d htt
Just north of Rochelle, came In toaay ONCE A FAINT DREAM the ne3hib-hImmlg 4n .Mf'
In his new Studebaker car. accom- BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY was heldM p Oeab.lf
panied by Mr. Vernon Chitty, a pro- At Gainevllbe ita
perous yoang business man of Mc- YToo can positively have your shoes was seeured tr a a1et ld s M
anopy, and dined at the Ocala House. re-soled p"d finished off to look Iske ws maAe to Oeas evr v h t
They were accompanied home by Mr. new. by an electric stitching and ft- Line Ein are than em khr m1-w a& t.
John Dewey. one of the most capable Ishlng machine. D. W. Goodwin. Shoe- The Mpamoam I test Ind W
hotel men In the state. \ maker. Ocala. Fla., next door east to goad'-atme~r a d -m at Modegt
Montoezo- Hotel. through the ag. Migh t a2%Wi
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood. so well ed theanmdvea ftht the tS aHet
and favorably known In Oeala, "and Mr. Eraest McLI. of JackNaesvlle, found tthe burfnsed ftal t war e0
now living at Anniston. Ala., have a with the A. A. Rawlsa Co. formerly the paamser wa"1 hIe
handsome boy. who arrived August 21, this city. Is Just recovering fro an gue te lIt L W om A l~A
and who goes by the name of William openation for appwendiltla. He was the aisquames iht' *ve ba
Harry Wood. Here's best wishes for very Ill but the operation was. moat very serious.
the boy and his parents. successful and he will be enjoying a
usual good health in a very short "Ow 'THI"
WANTED-A capable and reliable time. __ _-
housekeeper, aged forty or over. No We o1er One. .u0d 01 De190.e -
mental duties; good pay to the right Mrs. T. H. Johnson and daughter, ward for any ease at Tsar tt am.
party. Apply at Star office. Miss Clara Johnson. returned home not be cured by h arft tCaa~w CWa
-- Saturday night from their summer P .J. Chmef & 0,
Tom Livingston. the live wire In the outing in Hendersonville, N. C., and aW 0
sale of stoves, ranges and hardware are guests of the Perdue House. They We, the gun v I have -I
specialties, returned Saturday from a, will leave Monday for DeLand, where p.J. Cheney for the last 1 Sea, M.
successful trip to Miami, and left this | Miss Clara will enter Stetson Univer- believe phim er et hne sah in a
afternoon for Fort Myers. He said sity. Mrs. Johnson will probably buslnes s-MWnsa and -n-s
those of the Ocala colony he saw at spend the winter In DeLand with her able to carry ovt any MlilatIom aUifn
Miami were doing welL daughter. by hisArm.
Walbein. Klasan & Nmrfn,
The Star regrets to hear that the! SECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED Wholesale Drugilst, Tobs&, 0.
children of Mr. Ed Clements, who are At the plant of the Florida Paeking Halls Catarrk Cure Is tRks lanters.
visiting friends at Anthony, are on the and Ice Co., Ocala, Fla. ally, acting upon the blood and s-*
sick list with fever. cous surfaces of the 3aytam. T-tt
HOUSE TO RENT monials seat free. Price ie per bet-
Mr. M. C. Lalley. Who Is running the On Fort King avenue, one of the most tie Sold by all draggists TaW.a ats
McKean Lumber mill at Silver Springs modern and convenient residences in Fauly Pi s for cogotlpatiegs
was In town today and paid for the the city. Apply to ll Fort Kla- av- --
Star, his favorite paper. Mr. L says enue. The Ocala Upholtor- a llB-
the mill Is running to its full capacity meut Co, is a new lnstittionm the
and the cry Is for more. ICE BOX FOR SALE quanek.nlal world of the arik CIy.
Its place of business l tI legal w
Young man, wedding announce- For sale. a large Iee box: cost 1,& and Its business wfl be to rep1 at
*fents are in order. If you want yours wUi sell for $10, cash. Suitable for a sWnOU of f lty paltt 0a -B,
:to soon be made, don't fail to take her large family or boarding house. AV- Narge picturs, Wa. 2al M 0m
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev- ply at Star office. 8. 0. F-attsoke am the d yW MW
ending when you call They are to be who will conduct the buhasta "m
had only at the Court Pharmacy. SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
W wan yu p- A. R. Toph, Jr., of Tampa, ta atve
We want your prescription work A $40 scholarship in the Stanley and successful baurafce m-a In tat
and are prepared to offer you the most Business College, of Thomasvlle. Go., city, was the guest of fatlmr. -,
skilled pharmacists and the purest of for sale for $10. Apply at th Star Toph and brother. Mr. Iy p Tdt
drugs to compound them. Tydings & offale the Montesama Suoaday. -
company.
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING Mr. John S Leach retarned rem
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jefferson Salt Springs yesterday, ausms d
Phillips announce the engagement of How Is that. This is not an auto- by Mrs. Leach. Mrs. Ales Meoluale
their daughter. Miss Anne Mixon to mobile, but one of those new 8-achb and Mrs. James Smith. They had a
Mr. Dewitt Greenwood Haley. the mar. Westinghouse electric fans that I splendid time.
rage to take place soihetime during have just received. Let me place oae
the winter. Miss Miuon is one of or two of them, In your home or on Mrs LA. Btrftd wi ive Wred-
Ocla's most popular and attractiveyour desk. H. W. Tucker, the le- nesday for New York to w e the
young ladles, and her engagement t supnJr man. lton-Hudsa. ceebraoe tio 1 e
will be of much Interest to her friends tricl ply ma -lton ds cleb s .al to s
both in Florida and MialssippL Mr. n ir.A. fl&rS
Haley is a prominent young man of Take care of your stomeah. Let Ke-. oscer u o U. .
Jackson, Miss, and has made many dol digest all the food you eat, for Ne Jersey. which will partielpa -in
friin.pds In .Oeal visiting here on sev.- that Is what Kodol does. Every tea- the grand. parade Mrs. P. Ma,
eral occasions, spoonful of Kodol digests 2% ponda who had expected to MoEl u-
of food. Try It today. It Is guaran- for, is not certain whether *MM
Mrs. Baskin, of Waycross. who has teed to relieve you or your money back. go, while Mi Mary Ber w i
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rob- Sold by all druggists. in Nashville, Tea., wl not Jow hor
ert Marsh, left this morning for her M mother.
home. ICE MAN WANTED
-_. Miss Adele Dittinger, acuo..asnad
Charley Brabham, who Is doing the Wanted, an engertie man to drive by Miss Maggile Lytle of Stan left
job work and otherwise making him- ice wagon, deliver and collect Apply this noon for Lychbb.rg Va., to eater
self useful on the Dunnellon Advo- to Florida Packing Ice Co, dity. Bandolph-Macon Pamale Collage. TheMy
cate, was visiting friends in Ocala were accompanied by Miss Jean Tea
Sunday.. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD go., who wh poee to Stnl Va..
to enter the Steward ol M1s. C.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker, who spent Sun- WITHOUT A RIVAL IN ITS FIELD & Blttinger went wiUth party a
day with her son. Ernest and wife in far a Jacksonile y m thae at
Jacksonville, returned to South Lake safely aboard the Southlr tab to-
Weir to look after the shipment of her pap" Publiaheld at the Pric-Rad morrow morning.
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buyers are around making contracts' It has invariably been the great ef- Iawis Upchureh Co., whemsale glee
at fairly good prices, fort of the Thrice-a-Week editor of em, Jacksonville, spot 9m r w ith
the New York World to publish the hi& beaily'n Ocala. Mr. S a.
William Chambers, son of Mr. and Inews Impartially In order that It may trade isonly fair.
Mrs. W. J. Chambers. Tampa. who is an accurate reporter of what has hap-
visiting friends here, went down to opened. It tells the truth, Irrespective Mr. P. J. Theu, the ~ Alttu ean
Lake Weir this afternoon with George of party, and for that reason It has now a Baltimore solesting a t
Martin to enjoy the fishing and bath- achieved a position with the public line of furnalt o for hise tra,
ing In that beautiful sheet of water. unique among papers of Its class.
The subscription .season is now at M and Mrs. James Brew, wvo
There is no game law against any hand and this is the best offer that live several miles east at tow. Woe
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL will be. made to you. called odyesterday to the da&th
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma- If you want the news as it really is, of their 1moMths4M d. B It
larla. chills and fever. Price 25 cents' subsribe to the Thrice-a-Week edl- interred this amaua @S M MM s-
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll tior of the New York World. which Iver & MacKay. unertab, m E the
probably know. comes to you every other day except old cemetery. I tar MEww the
Sunday, and is thus practically a dalyextends condolence
Mr. M. E. Robinson returned Satur- at the price of a weekly.
day night from Jacksonville, accom- The Thrice-a-Week Worid's reguier The white schools t Oealk oM a
panied by his daughter, Miss Fannie subscription price l only $1 per year week from today. Prialnpal Wek-
Robinson. who has been spending sev- I and this pays for 156 papers. We of- ma who has tefor years &I ah
eral weeks with her friends, Miss 1fer this unequalled newspaper and the e eellent work for our sehkl, Wl
Louise DeCottes. Weekly 8star together t one year n he arge.
Sfor $L60. The regular sabhcription
Mr. H. G. White. traveling represen-. rice of the two papers is $ 2 There were 12 case hbo0re m hea2
tative of the Antletan Paper Co., ofj this morning for 1il1-@lI -_a etl
Hagerstown. and a member of the, TO BE HAPPY ordinances. Most athem ware a the
firm, was in town Saturday making his yo must have good health. Tou can't usual Saturday anght cameemr t
quarterly call on the *printing and' have good health If your liver Is not case were held over far a hebain -
newspaper offices of the city. doing its duty-slow but sure poison- marrow.
Ing Is gong on all the time under such
Mr. C. C. Sims of Tampa, formerly circumstances. Ballard's Herbine Mlss Anam L. Rlhardlm of ea-
of this county, was in town yesterday, makes a perfectly healthy liver- mervfl, 8. C., aiM ae a e tha*0
a guest of the Ocala House Mr. Sims keeps the stomach and bowels right teachers in the Oea aob"%, a-*
was a passenger on the Ilfated A. C. and acts as a tonic for the entire sys- rived Saturday. a- *. I hew
L passenger train wrecked Priday tern. Sold by an druggists. home at the Campbel .oae.
night at Winston.
LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA Sam Martin, ea the- eati-
A little girl was born at 5 o'clock ATLANTIC COAST LINE Arm of Martine Ca& r M 1M -
this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Clfford pleted his eating Ii the ioAMM a of
Anderson at the home of Mrs. Ander- 40.U-4OU45--Les Angeles and San North Carolina and is expected Bhm
son's parents. Major and Mrs. L T. Francisco, on sale various dates, this week.
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four for Mr. Boswell and four for Mr. ver,)ess Tuesday night to Insial a V. An Institution of the FPr Rank,ou sup- Tammalsi. P i '
*--M u.... -.......... -sa0nd Mizelle. They came from Tennessee lodge there. Among those to go r s' The business of the corporation ported by State and Federal Funds, A
and Georgia. T. N. Strange, Dr. Wm. Griffith A. shall be conducted by a president for Florida Toung Men. A Colege wtot a p te
W. D. Edwards went down to Crys- Moore, W. immerman and Wa vice president, a secretary, a tress- Thoerugh Coeish Leading to IDeg
tal River yesterday on business con- Gobe. M Bateman nd Mr. D. rer, and a board of not less than of B A M. A, M.
nected mwithhstore aththat plate.-to Petteys, of Mcmntosh, also went down five directors, who shall be elected and L L. 8I A
A turkey buzzard with a ell tied-to s sat the regular annual meeting of the L S l
his neck created some excitement with the local delegation to take part stock holders and directors to be In Arts and Sclences: Agriculture;: I. A Sooit Pflaise : "
Wednesday morning near the old de- In the ceremonies. The lodge was In- held at Ocala on the first Tuesday Chemic"al. CivU, Electrical and Me- MIV. A j o o' -. ""
stalled under very bright circum- in October of each year. The h l-chanical Engsleering; Law; Normal V. A choe t ar -.i- .
We are leased to note that Mr. stances and promises to soon become ns of the company shall be con- School; Graduate School. Expenses No Ttls. Otr a
Max Feinberg is Improved from his one of the foremost in the state. The ducted by the following named of- Exceedlngly Low. For Catalogue wrie For lahornmats aer m--n:
recent attack of typhoid fever, visitors were treated royally and have eers until those elected at the frst A. A. MURPHREE, A. N L L L.D. E WARDO MU, m.
ST AM FLU NeA'S Rev. Folsom. of the Methodist nothing but praise for all they met annual election shall be qualified, Presidett P l til"
church, left Wednesday for Leroy. Invemess. to-wit: Joseph Bell, president; D.
T iAt4 fI= where he will hold a revival meeting THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM Wilber Tompklns.-vice president; R.
for several days. THE LURI GLOW OF DOOM IL Carroll, secretary;&1. Keatig,-"0000-680-0000
_ww lm fouoRev. Collins, of the state prohlbl- was seen in the red face, hands anl RCroll r.ry; r. L e
tlon league, will deliver a prohibition body of the little son oft L AL aAdams, trt R O L L IN S C O
Sermon at the Baptist church Sunday of Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight ThRL LNSmuto Indebted- .;
v* P Vr it- evening at 7:30. from eczema had, for five yearsese- to wheichthe corporation at FLORIDA% OLD ET COLLE
The parts to "Bob" Sanders' pretty fled all remedies and baffled the best nes to which the corporation can aty-fi
little Maxwell auto havearrived and doctors, who said the poisoned blood y time subject itself s, twenty-ve OLLEG ACADEMY AND SCO M
as soon as they can be put on "Bob" had affected his lungs and nothing FINE ARd dDOMETIC AND M OUTRIA A, A
n m will be riding some again, could save him. "But," writes his VII. INE IC AND h r A A /
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. R. mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bit- The names and residences of the
A. Falany, who is in a hospital in ters completely cured him." Nor erup- subscribers and the amount sub- Carnegie Hall nad third men's dormIy w eompl .s .
3Ixn in i y Jacksonville. Is no better. Her many tons, eczema, salt rheum, sores and scribed by each, are as follows: lights, steam and furnace beat: large faculty; perfect ea- th
friends hope that she will soon be- all blood disorders and rheumatism Joseph Bell, Ocala, Fla., 10 shares. tions; fine gymnasium, athletic Seids tot emi eotos, lt ,
l1t a. BoardingI and y School for gin to improve. Electric Bitters is supreme. Only S0c. D. Wilber Tompklns, Ocala, Fla. baseball, football and basketball teams hmispasf la.i Xr h
partnent strictly limited to insure re Mr. Ed. Hanewacker returned Wed- Guaranteed by all druggists. 10 shares. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars edswmmt; mmm
mall sections to secure personal In- nesday from South Florida. where he IALE Carroll, Ocala. Fla., 10 s ellarships available; Chrsta but -uadem-_im.uaasi; Im .,
ist. Conservatory advantages In Mus. has been working in the phosphate CORD WOOD FOR SALE 8har-m. "
you to Vumr, Wellesley. Randolph- business for some time. He expects I will sell 400 to 500 cords of best R.k L. Keating, Ocala, Fla., 10 8 .ra
s September i. 19". Catalogue on ap. to remain here. quality wood at Montague station for shares-. ndr te.
S.. Tuesday. We are sorry to learn that Foglestrom, Montague. Fla. s tares.b a -
She had his finger badly mashed sev- ___ -. to ves hereof tthe said 1- W L Fe I P
eral days ago, and hope that it will corporators have hereunto set their
UT soon be well. hands and seals this the 19th day of : sIO s somse si 0604s$
died Wednesday of last week near UI Joseph Bell, (sea) "
older. M D. Wilber Tompkls, (seal) .. .
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,Itms of lAtresat Taken im and AoFrouda
Dr BAN hat our raAmercan ress aboueid mos
AL ANK, th cureof mot obe mnate and fat daes, if wewadd propeir*ty
"r (Advocate) confii tiat a of th coiv ioa he poi1t 0 6 & to t&i almo W* cr10'1
The merchants of Dunnellon are ected by hislo
getting in their fall and winter stocks
of goods and they are unusually pret-
ty. and fully up to former seasons In
0-0-- m m seen 4wo mengo Notwithstanding the "off condition"
..~l .ad veag. a of the phosphate market our little city--
'lstt he7 e steadily improves. One of the most g dMA".. ,---e
substantial of the recent Improve-
g mmtu strrmeats In the handsome residence of The reason why it cures these and many other 110tin s coa1t
m Mr. J. A. Grumbles, the Anent In this
. i part1 of the state and one that would extracts from the standard d ndci1 wors which is fa to T by Dr.
o crdit t ony city. N. Y., to all sending request for the rsame.
Harry Peter having presented his
petition In due form and the same Not "M iNSrvs Isa1- te f- 1 Ip m is
having been advertised as required by .a..y | .
E N mm law, a permit was granted to the saidA$
I M IhA beer In election district No. 24, Ma- Dc
riol county.
A LARGE Mr. Hary Stalberg was to havesAmp alye rby -e M a d b
SurgpMm' oNC ~es '^Tf P -ythias fr om* here tTuesday to In- ., :- .-
low but when he got to the depot he m tm"
found that he was just ten minutesBo Dt the above mentioned medicines are wholly made up from tme e9tra
lafoand that he wasonu teh. minutes
lat and the lagh wa. on hi. roots. The processes employedin their asanuiicrme were original Pren d ar
InR I m Mr. W. C. Gamble has an announce-
Mr. W.: C. Gamble has an^ announcebs skilled hmistaand ohauacists with the aid of ap a wit sand a
ment In this Issue for treasurer and .U-fe riO iJ
IT U r assessor. Mr. Gamble Is one of our this purpot. B m ione are entirely free from alcohol d a er a
most prominent merchants and is fun l t of their ingredients is printed on each botte-wrapper. Don't acc"t uectO a uira m
D eminentlyqualified office, or these nedcnesr OF KNOWN COMO oN.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fountain, of '..
t SH F |I I lMorriston, were In the city Tuesday
11 ALL K IN S and Wednesday the guests of Mr. and ber went to Jacksonvle last Thurs- ARIXI OF oN -o o
Mrs.J. They returned ay to meet the families of Mesrs. A.- V RIN W ,. I|
.hom at noon Wednesday, accompan- B. and D. B. Kibler., who were re- And Npos Ch19 8 O2~a ..
led by Mrs M am D B ell returned to her turning home after a visit to relatives a a- mmY C mpny.
Mrs. M. D. Bell returned to her In South Carolina. The ueg in g "a"
home Wednesday after a pleasant outh Carolaan The lersigned ,t a Ld
d Il Tm ft L l visit to her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Bos- Mrs. W. D. Edwards and children propose lg to orsgais a ctire ..&te HU SE A m "fai D
well. and Mrs. W. P. Head are expected to under the general laws of the tate HOUSE-AND IWG
SJ ftMad m C. Teargood went to his home arrive home from Barnesville. Ga., to- of Floria, relating to corporatlw-
at Melrose Wednesday to spend sev- day.e for proigt hereby ake sd pubMr Si s De ed
_ eral days before returning to the den- Miss Eloise Swindel returned to heart following artlles of lorpora- i y..- -- S. A ?2B
Ow d Billders I Soid tal college at Atlanta. home at Anthony Tuesday after tion and proposed charter: ty. New .M e ad
bTMJa eu.L Mr. D. G. Watkins announces in this spending several days very pleasant- r I. rating, Gildine l Ka
issue his candidacy for councilman. ly with Mr. and Mr. Jack Zimmer- The name of this corporation shall |a *pngr t_ -Q ti e
I| md w pim fMe n He is a large property holder and is man. be, Ocala Garage & Supply Compa .
S* l W'"", 5 aWwell known to the voters of the city. Rev. T. J. Philips. father of Mr. and its principal place of bumma .
TMrs RU y News reached the city last Satur- Cecil Philips, died at the home of his hall be at Ocala I Marion county, ALL W 1K GUAR
day of the Ilines of Mr. and Mrs. W. son. Mr. Herbert 8. Philips. at Tam- Florida.
Sm m K. Miselle, who are at Green Springs pa. Wednesday morning of last week. IL m 21
SA on a vacation. Their many friends Rev. Phlips was well known In this The general nature of the business
m r A n m here hope that they will soon recover. section and has many friends and to be transacted -.-by the company In, :.
OMr. 0. Weston announces himself quaintances who will regret to learn to own, la or otherwise a ire
candidate for councilman In this Is- of his death. automobiles, naphtha launches, and
Or sue. Mr. Weston Is one of Dunnel- Editor and Mrs. Q. E. Peacock were all kinds of self propelling motor
Son's most progressive business men made happy last saturday night by vehicles and machines; operate and
and would make an excellent official, the arrival of a fine baby boy. The carry on a general garage business,
Mr. J. .Guess and daughter, Miss mother and the baby are doing nicely and own and otherwise acquire all.71
Louise. came down from Williston and Editor Peacock is strutting machinery, tools, Implements and
Emuesday. They have justt returned around "like peacock and Just as parts necessary and proper to be%
Texhs. They will visit the family of gay." and says that he is open for used in the repair of gas or gasole e
Mr. am Petteway for some time. congratulations with anything tied to engines, automobiles, launches and For %w m s o ddo
Mr Sha ee as fomet dime. to them-like a ham or a barrel of flour other self propelling motor vehicles; tSw -5 in r.ym UA
Gree Spr s Tu wenta o jwn o h -butl no good advice, buy and sell all kinds of self
OPEN V family who a re spending some time Miss Daisy F. RossIs teaching propelling motor vdehics or mas- em 086 aM C
at that popular summer resort. school at Williston. chine. and anll kinds of sup-
t $3 ftrDy OcA, flesh Messrs JohnhWaters and Jake Me- J. .J. Wiggins. one of Romeos piles Incident to or used In the re.. A n24 a toffewaile. Ia nt We Ine *.-
Credie went up to Ocala Tuesday to staunch citizens, was trading In town air of such mebt la es or vehicles, oar a g e oMug br wll- e before
accept positions with the Melver & last Saturday. company es dealg ia such meaghne s bie n t o ee. e oI thin ther It iai 4no s we l flf
MacKay company. Mrs. G. W. Wells, of Jacksonville, vehicles or applies; rebuild or con. na a Yelp for at allf It the k way 4e 1
-- --T-- --d ------. Mr. and Jack Zimmerman will go to is in the city with her children on a estrct all kinds of self propelling Th-e sar, o l fsry few a. It is i F b
...... house keeping In a few days In the visit to her mother. Mrs. Lindsay. motor vehcldes, macMne or boats; mmtsb wc cannot ) traced v f -the n&st ( thei
House across the street from Mr. and We take the following notes from own, lease, or otherwise acqui rectly to ipmure blood. And Ia- have am att~k et
A Mrs. T tcom bs home. the county commissioners' proceed- tools, Implements and machinery for pure blood is always due to & di w ea
L Mr. W. E. Allen, of McIntosh, was in ings which will be of Interest to lo- the construction of hard roads, and ordered stoniah. tM M "
the city Tuesday. Mr. Allen has a cal readers: construct and build hard or maca- Use Kodol and preat Ner voun Is,
hho t of friends here who were pleased
Sost of friends here who were pleased again.The store of Mr. J. S. Williams was damised roads lIn Florida; operate D yspe sa. sh s m l
Mr. J. Barkdale has hian entered by a robber last Thursday lines of automobiles In Ocala, and 141 wm will ectually ad"&st No sm t t S s
nouncement in this Issue for clerk and night about 2 p. m. He was discover- surrounding country, for the carriage tre to secure a complete rest*&, desd of ga-.44e I
m ol ,-acm nt of ths e Inerk o h ed by Nigh t Marshal Walker who of passengers; own real estate and of d detion. It doe
o wf who ae t d of f ay vor hveain front door. The bullet went wild atf- sary or incident to this above bus- 1 the tch ad eepl It di* Ou
Pyear. and ha many friends here. He tr striking the glass and the robber ness. and In general do and perform amtod until the asmah Is rAesd .Gets
sit Water Fish. The Mt Corn- would, no doubt, make a good officer. escaped. but did not take time to ay and all buses that Is noemary tad en eMUo Its ow work. Ko s ohe:
it* Re-moedeled sod Right Works are building a steel dredge clothing that he had laid out for him- garage busines that Is not inon- ea quickly removes itself.
>et laaboa. t hull feor the Camp Phosphate At the services at the Methodist ter, or the laws of the State of Flor- bestWte D ia ( 3CWMB^d
t in Cetwion First ITu Codmpany at their plant just across church Sunday Miss Flos(sie was re- Ida. ex t y dvto ty a -.Suu (Xi
Bard t W kly Custeers the riverD. Baskn, of Anthony who ceived into the church by baptism and II. poor dlmesUt 1 pld th W .W te...
has been visiting Dr. J. G. Baskin and Mrs. M. Grantham was received into The amount of capital stock author- sm ,eed to ,se a

Dr. A. B. McQueen left last Satur- held the first Sunday in October. Rev. ten dollars each, which shall be paid FOR SAIR DY ALL PilT CLAUS SI
d. day for Green Springs,,where he was Folsom preached a most excellent In In cash, ten per cern. of which
called on account of the illness of his sermon at the services last Sunday. will be paid in at the first meeting of ".."'
tWfeswha p is bsetndeng a vamatoon at nt is said bysome tfhave been theby the suarte rs I.o th" prVpo ,- ,

Miselle received some fine hounds A number of the members of the Io- The team for whleh the corpora- os~ll pFerid e(l3O UI) '*
S Street Tuesday. There were eight in all, cal K. of P. lodge went down to In- tion shall exist Is twenty-five years.


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