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 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID03279
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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several of whom were young wom-
en, received painful injuries yester-
day when a large automobile crash-
ed Into a farm wagon containing a
strawride party from the Windson
terrace Methodist church. Brook-
lyn. at Avenue B and Ocean Park-
way. Brooklyn.
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-It your trouble is rheumi-
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 26c. Sc and $1
Sold by all druggists


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Dnd by w M torm n the adeimm
Cses -loss of IAves May Foot
Up Is the H aRIdb
New Orleans, La., Sept. 23.-Ref-
ugees reaching New Orleans from
the southern Louisiana coast de-
clare that at least three hundred
lives were lost when i, huge tidal
wave swept the coast of Marsh Isl-
and westward to Vermilloa parish.
The refugees say the waves swept
two miles inland for a distance of
twenty-five miles along the coast.
Five thousand persons lived in the
flood-swept territory. The refugees
say that three hundred dead is the
lowest estimate. The tidal wave
rose suddenly and the homes of
thousands of fishermen and planters
were Inundated almost without
warning. All the telegraph lines
from the ciy are down, and the
only outside communication is by
means of telephone. The loss of
property in the Louisiana and MIso-
sissippi coast country is estimated
at ten million. Four hundred trav-
elers held up in two Louisville and
Nashville trains without food for
two days, were brought here yester-
day. Three hundred city squares
In New Orleans are under water.
THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
was seen In the red face. hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fied all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his
mother. "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
tern completely cured him." For erup-
tions, eczema, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only 60e.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
BELLVIEW
Rev. Addyman Smith, presiding
elder, preached in the Methodist
church last Sabbath, Rev. Mr.
Thompson, the regular pastor.
preaching at Candler in the fore-
noon and Oklawaha In the after-
noon.
It is with regret that we learn of
the sickness of Mim Creola Nix,
who lives one and a half miles west
of Belleview. Her many friends
wish her a speedy restoration to
health.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hightower, of
Heather Island, spent the Sabbath
In town.
Mr. J. A. Freeman, with his sons
Robert and Zeb, returned on the
19th to Camp's Dam.
The ladies of the Baptist church
are to give an ice cream sociable
and musical Thursday evening, Sep-
tember 23d, at the town hall. Pro-
fessor Riehards, Miss Edna Nichols
and Eddie Artmtroag are to be the
musicians.
The regular meeting of Belle-
view Lodge No. 956, F. & A. M., will
be held the evening of the 25th.
The Belleview school team are
about to arrange a game of ball
with the Charter Oak school team.
Mrs. J. L. Whisenant writes from
Alabama, where she has been visit-
ing for the past two months, that
she will return this week to Belle-
view.
Mrs. Joseph Millsom is to return
soon. She sails from New York on
the 25th.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson, C. H. Hilton
and John Lyle are to sail from
New York on the 28th, arriving in
Belleview October 2d.
Amos Nott. while pulling peanut
vines in the Huggins field, one mile
northwest of town, found a diamond
rattlesnake in one of the bunches
of vines. Ke killed him and found
he had three rattles and a butoa.
TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Cnter. N. Y, G. B. Burhanm ,.
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two Jottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and aft-r
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." Poley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.
STRAW RID ENDRD SADLY
New York, Sept. 23.-One man
was fatally injured, another prob-
ably .so, and twelve other persons.


NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me Intense
suffering." she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives in Big Pond. Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore
lungs, hemorrhages, Ia grippe, asth-
ma, croup, whooping cough and ill
bronchial affections. 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
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HOW'S THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
busineg transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldlng, KInnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tabon Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials seat free. Price 75ec per bot-
Ue. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
JOHN M. COBB
Tampa, Sept. 23.-On 'Monday,
CoL John M. Cobb, a wt I- town
and popular resident of T .
at his home on Nebras
CoL Cobb was iII a very AL .
leod, having been down towl mingl-:
ing with hidsfriends only a few
days ago in apparent gooe health.
He was 65 years of am- I "
been engaged for a r- I.
In the brokerage busfiess ina T i
city, retiring from active business
about a year ago.
READ THIS:
Dunnellon. Fla. Sept. 1st. 199.-1
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It. It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
bottle.
PXIUsan'lK FATAL FALL
A Frech Aviator who Took One
Flight Too Many
Boulogne, Sept. 23.-Capt. Fer-
ber, an officer in the French army,
was killed near here yesterday while
testing an aeroplane. While in the
air the machine turned completely
over and then dashed to the ground.
Captain Ferber was crushed to
death by the motor.
A HARD STRUGGLE
Many an Ocala Citizen Finds the
Struggle Hard
With a back constantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders,
Daily existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep it up.
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Mrs. Anna Erickson, Third St, San-
ford, Fla.. says: "I was a victim or
kidney trouble for years, the kidneys
being so weak that I had but little
control over the action of the secre
tions. I suffered almost constantly
from backache accompanied by pains
across my loins and some days I
could hardly get around, having so lit-
tle strength and energy. I finally ob-
tained a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
and their use as directed soon proved
that they were the remedy I needed.
The kidneys gradually became stronger
my back ceased to ache and the
pains across my loins disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better in every way. Doan's Kidney
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy I ever used."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
drug store and ask what customers
report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York. 'sole agents for Lhe United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
A JUVENILE IMMIGRANT
Savannah, Sept. 23.-An affect-
ing scene was enacted yesterday
morning ain Savannah, when Ronald
Comeron Bowie, a 7-year-old immi-
grant from Scotland, ran down the
gangplank of the steamship Wen-
sleydale, and into the arms of his
mother, Mrs. H. A. Bowie, of Jack-
sonville. who had preceded him to
this country several years.
The meeting between the mother
and son was witnessed by a num-
ber of other passengers, who came
over from Liverpool in the big
steamer, and others who had gath-
ered to see the vessel docked, says
the Savannah News.
I The boy was a prime favorite
with the passengers and crew. who
hated to give him up. Ronald for-
got all former alliances, however, at


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OCALA PRESSING CLUB,
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A New York lady of Varied ReUg.
low Experiewe W11 Start a
(hlwisUas fRa4e8 Church
New York, Sept. 21.-Mrs. Delia
M. Gilbert, a former Christian
Science reader in the Dyker Heights
church of Christ, who was excom-
munieated from the Christian
Science church last May, after she
had tried to start a Christian
Science church, is going to start a
church of her own which will be
called "The New Christian Science
Cnurch." Mrs. Gilbert is to be the
leader of the new movement, and
Conrad Milhken, a Nassau street
lawyer, is to be the second reader.
Mrs. Gilbert is a very much relig-
loned lady, having first been a
Methodist, then a Presbyterian, then
a Baptist, then a Christian Scientist
for three months ten years ago. and
'then a Christian Scientist again un-
til the excommunication, but now
she says she is going to stick to her
new "vision."

CITRA
Mr. J. W. Ray and son, Orville,
have returned home from New
York and report a grand time.
Schoo opened in full force Mon-
day. The teachers, Miss Jennie
Payne and Miss Stella Martin, are
both able instructors. The attend-
ance is fine and it Is hoped that the
school will prove successful.
Mr. A. T. Gore and wife left last
Tuesday and will visit Ocala, Cornell
and Salt Springs before returning.
Mr. Grider is in Mr. Gore's place as
the A. C. L. agent.
Miss Ruth Ervine of Ocala is vis-
iting relatives here now.
Mrs. E. 0. Sherouse and baby re-
turned Wednesday. She visited
Tampa, Leesburg and Wildwood
while away.
Mr. P. J. Williams has returned
from Alachua. He was accompa-
nied by his cousin and wife. They
came through in their automobile.
Mrs. J. N. Malphurs has return-
ed home from Williston. During
her absence Misses Zelma Cason
and Nina Thornton answered the
store calls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann are
expected home about Oct. 1st from
their eastern trip.
Mr. K. A. Wartmann Is driving a
beautiful new horse now.
Rev. Williams and Rev Inman are
holding protracted meeting at the
M. E. church now. Every one should
attend and be benefited.
Mrs. E. T. Johnson has returned
home from Hawthorne, where she
went to be present at her sister,
Miss Neil Johnson's wedding.
Mr. J. N. Melton has been quite
sick this week.
Mr. Wallace and Mr. Helventon
of Live Oak are in town.


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One of the famous blind tigers of
this vicinity waa raided Tuesday
morning by Deputies Hutson of
Ocala and Pulliam of Reddiek. The
well known dispenser was Henry
Wall, a mulatto, who has been car-
rying on the business for quite a
while here, but the officers, it seems
could never get suicient evidence
to convict. It seems Old Henry, as
he is commonly called, got too bold
this time, and he and his stock, con-
sisting of about two and one-half
gallons of booze were carried of.
Mrs. J. A. Flewellen has been
waiting on her sister, Mrs. N. C.
Waits, of Orange Lake, who has
been quite ill for the past two weeks
but is now much better.
E. W. Rush and family arrived
home last week after an absence of
a couple of months in the moun-
tains of South Carolina.
Miss IUille Walkup, the popular
druggist, has returned from her
summer outing in the mountains of
South Carolina.
M. G. Bateman, D. H. Pettys and
W. E. Allen, D. D. G. C., with a
team from the Dunnellon lodge,
went to Inverness Tuesday night
and instituted a K. of P. lodge at-
that place.
The farmers of this section are
about all through gathering corn
and are now harvesting hay. Quite
a few of them have housed double
the quantity of corn they need for
their own use and will have corn to
sell. It is unusual for the merchants
of this section to handle either corn
or hay shipped here. but. to the con-
trary often handle home grown
feed for their customers.
Mr. A. C. McNeil came down from
Jacksonville a few days ago to visit
his daughter. Mrs. R. E. Plewellen,
and returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. McNeil, who has been here for
some time, returned with her hus-
band.
Major C. S. Means returned to his
Florida home last week. His
nephew, Mr. Arch means, of Spar-
tanburg. S. C., came with him.
Miss Rebecca Gist goes to Suth-
erland this week to agail enter
upon her school work at Southern
college.
Mr. Eugene Moeley, of Irvine.
was in town today. He seems to
like McIntosh and says he is Just
about ready to move over.
Mr. B. M. Warner, of Hatfield.
Mass., and Mr. Nash, of New York,
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The 9 ar 1 bane with -b -ga
of th dw t of Dr. D. A. Sot 0
Anmtemy. mis death Is a par
leos to t e w er of tb-m swh
b"ad th *ualm or a parm sl as
qemismse with the vloatesm w a
S arm et aemomtmry mad as tim
.memo es o n ao h iue lsad rMpa
iOt Ima p that ea d480 b
ws was na gemod with high Ieal
e leaves the weor bet r bae hay
w S a Ineet he lhIis the ul b
e t th atsas b m- the Wlo
.Dr. amith was hoers in h a
a St. C., InM L, eOmassewd
10yort shatdy after hibleamand af
As mdssime where he ridedt usti
2%,whien made hi.hiiom in An
tthem, whe he Mved a s med an
highly eemsed life B the day o
his deat
Se loved m St d Iathd and at
WIarI M se alarm he wet to the Sel
Sd captaws of Bt as a Iant w eiH t-
eae tpart hhCt M the Md sent a
Georgia Veanteeers. Mhrtly after h
waRS ade os Magsteof his elme nt-



h s peast. R eb Jhoe he howefey
edaswerfeulamt
ever atd rtAppomr u r.
so WasSo Wdel thbou ofby Il
eo eghlbore that thvn made wis
mar of A the tols eO atlernd ea at
wteo hbes avd hi beloplt mest amc
%spial". mftar pau.i ham
awaited hs at Antho. There he
was deled vma ytor a later seat U
thei Forida lglatur.
soe- a v. de was a valiat w@Il t
a geed Mase n ad a devoted ummb
Sthe Maethedst ereb u. a oeves
eon-re o e his town, trom ednestl w
to moarab a the bettorme ant a"a-
vasement o t the mP ns wel
fw%,Was a matter at his -toleo i
ad devotwedsoliC*tud*.
His paseo. Rev. N. Weatheriord
eted by Dr. mIth's eghtr. A. lRev
N. B Plaummer. saptist mlhniter
emoduCtst the funeral services. whcb
WSr, very hImpeseI In boer o
the decased all the mbmene ho1nsI
SAutoMAny were closed o ad all at
itende the feral. The trm a
was tndee very large showlag th
Sespet and esteem t which t
s ma wa held In the Iommelt
SwMsich he lved so bkameles a life
The pM bearers owere T. A. Limb
Davis s Frbe, J. R. Wilder. Tylo
SForbes H. Dvis at Walter Priest
The-Xave wee tpofuelystrewn Wt
Dr. At, was maried ian i6S t
mae Mary Wadsworth a true help
mast whe preded MNo ,a the qW
wonrd years as. He Isaoee a#
am ot. W. Wely Smith and a as&
t 2 3m ns with a best 4C frte$
whe wo hoep his 0emsry green with
pl-men thebghts Io the ezoleoan
loa"a eltismb he preg g a" as"
i ofellow Is his n hafootsep
lhe remau tof Mr. S, A. Atlas of
Wdwoed, were shipped to TImmons.
a C.. today by Messrs. Mer A
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Judge W. S. Bullock s received a
telegram frem his wife, who its i
New YTrk at the bhedide of her o
wma s@YNgthat thyoungman
who h been feg from fever
fi very much better.


, MayOr J. Roberoen, Attorley
W. D wAvst, mmI P. A Harris and
V / Mr. A. T. Thomas attded the fun-
Smral of Dr. D. A. Smith at Anthm)

Mr. ad Mrs. W. W Harri of Jack.
.. smvls, have moved to the city and
are eeelo g ten- of IMrs. Sane
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metattve for the Armour sestllsem
Afactur In JSacksovie and eaomus
Shore to the advantage of ouw e-
tral Iseatlon and the excellent rail-


tMr. conmerythet osomfu pht.
aS eulve power woes the river
wu e town today patromsag Mar-
emU Prnk's clearance sale. Mr. C
mi he would have a im n e of or-
anme and theby would be rigt and

Mr. Marcus pank has postpoed
his Mew York purehaslna trip until
mot week. Be will leave for the
rnm mam s St r day pigt.
Mr. & A. Weathers. manager of the
.IL Maue departmet sose, is
havisn the interior remevated with
pInt ad. O ka Mse anm the outside
eof the bulging wil na he overlook-.
ed. Melve M&eKay have a elorp
of eprt artstos Oen the Job.


Mr. Weaondwrth oft Areadia, is
the st f his daughter. Mrs. Joe-
ph T a of Sparr. He was In the
ety Tuesday with his s-a-law. Mr.
H. isme ornf the leading eitiseus of

Mr. an Mrs. C. D. Harris who
have beems n nw their beuymom
at hasmoM. wMl eom to Omea tto-
m be the gms oft Mrs.
UslMWng's s-Iter. Miss Margaret


MUiss SepMi Howard. Of raham-
l18 vI Tislg her frWMiend. Miss An-
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NOTICE
I have sold to Mr. F. W. Ditto my DEATH LIST OF
fre Insurance business. He will col- THE GULF HURRICANE
leet an amounts due me for insurance.
I thank those who patronised me In Terre-Bonne Parish, La.. Definite
this line and trust you will continue 29: reported. 40.
your patftemage with Mr.; Ditto. New Orleans. 5.
igned: Robert Sinclair. pass Manchac. La.. 8
East Fork. Miss.. 7.
KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER Frenler, La.. 4.
-Dresair, La.. 3.
A merclless murderer Is appendicitis Jackson. Miss.. 2.
with many victims. But Dr. King's Baton Rouge, La., 1.
New Lf*e PtIls kill It by prevention. Mandeville. La. 1.
They gently stimulate stomach. liver Bay St. Louis. Miss., 1.
and bowels, preventing that clogging Donaldson. La.. 1.
that Invites appendicitis, curing con- Grand Point. La., reported. 4.
stipatlon. biliousness, chills, malaria. Barataria Bay. Ia., reported 1.
headache and Indigestion. 25c at all Total-definite. 63: reported 45
COL. T. F. COOGLER
X. of P. meet Fonday evening.
Well Known Citizen of Hernando
County is Dead
Brooksville, Sept. 22.-Col. T. F.
Coogler. one of the oldest and most
respected citizens of Brooksville. died
yesterday of gastritis. He had been
sick only a few days, and the end
came rather unexpectedly.
Colonel Coogler was seventy-two
years of age. He was a native of
South Carolina and came to Florida
In 1688. He was a lawyer by profes-
sin and was widely known throughout
the state, both as a lawyer and as a
Confederate veteran. He was held in
very high esteem.
The deceased leaves a widow, three
dauanhterm and six sons. The daurh-


t ATTENIO, MASONS AN OCALA BOT WENT UP
All Mas.s are earm.tly and cor- Ge=ge Gabe earer to Heaven
daSy hinrvd to be present with s thm he Had Ever Beem
aM participate I the cAruwanks of
the laying the e .ratone of our Graduating from the back of a
new -Temple Theateer by officers of horse to the dizzy perch of an aero-
the grand lodge oa Thursday. Sept. aut, was the experience of George
Nth at I p. m., sad slo to meet with Gable, the assistant to the Jewell
r us the same evening to witness ex- Brothers, the aeronauts at Sanatoga
e empUfleatu of work by officers of Park, yesterday afternoon. Young
the grand ode. Please notice date. Gable, he is only 17 years of age,
Thursday, Sept. h, at p. m., Oala. had been working as an assistant
to the two brothers, and his oppor-
t Mar"e -D-Ln Led-e No. 19 P. & A. M. tunaty to view the world from a
o height of 1200 feet came yesterday.
P NOTICE TO PRIMARY PUPILS The young man was working as a
o* T- Jockey at the race track In Toronto.
* The pupils o the Ocala Primary Canada. this summer when he was
a School, consisting of the frst, second picked up by the Jewefl Brothers to
* and third grades, will assemble at the look after their properties. He had
Saebool building on Monday morning. ridden several races on the Cana-
. September 27th. at 8:30 o'clock. Any dian tracks, but he yearned to get a
* child who will be six years of age by mount on a balloon.
- January L 1910. Is allowed by the He went with the aeronauts and
i board of pubUe Instruction to enter has been their assistant for the past
f the beginner's department at the be- eight weeks. He always had in view
ginning of the school year. the possibility of going up in a bal-
d Nellie C. Stevens. loon and taking the parachute drop.
0 Principal Primary School. but the aeronauts were afraid to let
0 him try the ascent. It takes nerve
0 SCHOOL OPENS NEXT MONDAY to go up some thousand feet and
S- then drop into space.
a The Ocala High School will open However, the season of the Jewell
le 4 the 27th of September. All pupils Brothers is growing short, and next
who am entitled to an examination week they will exhibit at one of toe
t win please come prepared to take ex- fairs in eastern Pennsylvania, and
A asiastions on Monday, the 17th. then go into winter quarters. Yes-
* There will be a meeting of the high terday afternoon young Gable was
t school teachers on Saturday after- given permission to go up. The
* soon, September 25th, at 3:30 at the boy was securely trapped to the
, blhb school building, trapeze and was given Instructions
SJ. H.L Workman, PrincipaL by the elder Jewell as to the best
way to cut loose, and the proper
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE ropes to cut.
The ascension was made in good
S For sale, cheap for cash. the black shape, but young Gable was evi-
- mase formerly owned by Major Islar. dently frightened. When Prof.
sixmaoaths old colt and rubber-tired Jewell called to him, when he had
Sh Write toor gallon C. An- reached heght of abot of about 800 feet.
derson. care Ocala Lumber & Supply the young man looked down. He
SCmpany. was undecided, and it was not un-
SCompan. til several calls were made that he
A PORTRAIT ARTT finally cut the rope. The parachute
A PORTRAIT ARTIST shot down rapidly, and then the air
r got under it and his descent was
, Mr. F. A. AugersUne. a well known checked. The young aeronaut drop-
r huropean genre and portrait painter. pd to earth on the poultry farm of
a graduate of the Royal Academy of L. A. Shiffet.m of
a Fine Arts at Bertm, Is In the city. a Young Gable said that he was
g guest of the Leseuer House. He has plea with hs first experience as
won considerable fame as a type an aeronaut, and that he wanted to
* painter, having been awarded several make the ascension this afternoon.
medals for merit at Brussels. Berlin He said that he lost his nerve when
* and Paris. He will open a studio at he looked down after Mr. Jewell
SNo. 1 ort King avenue with Messmr had called to him, and then when he
, Parramore and Halsell. Mr. Auger- reached for the rope to cut the para-
stine will be pleased to receive vis- chute dropr the could not the nd it.
f Itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It The balloon had reached a height of
I will be Interesting to see him at work. about 1200 feet before he could cut
SHe also has on exhibition several the rope.
Snely executed oil paintings, which The young man will leave for his
e are open for Inspection. home In Jacksonville. Florida. next
I OMKN il T ARE week, where he will spend the win-
STOMPKINS GOING TO MARKET ter.-Pottstown (Pa.) Daily News.
p Our Mr. Wilbur Tompklns will leave Young Mr. Gable is a brother of
r Monday for the markets of the west Mr L. A. Gable of this city, with
and middle states to buy new stock the Teapot Grocery, and worked for
for the stables, very busies and the Star for several months, while
the sales department. Mr. Tompkins making his home In this city with
o will visit all of the great stock sales his brother.
* and will buy a lot of good animals. He
r will be pleased to care for any special
Sordor that any one fran this section DISASTER WORST IN HISTORY
- wishes to entrust to him and will -
* make a careful selection of Just the With Millions of Property Loss, Each
h horse you wish giving you the benefit Fresh Report Adds to the List of
t of his experience and the vast num- Human Beings who Perished
bhers he will have to select from.
R*specttuly. New Orleans, Sept. 23.-With the
Tompkins & Cobb. known list of dead here at forty, and
S Liverp Men and Horse Dealers. every message from the interior
ringing new names to be added to the
list. with millions of property loss.
SUITS TO ORDER Southern Louisiana has Just been vis-
Mr. B. H. Sanders has opened an ited by the worst disaster that ever
o e a uhbefell the state, and not even yet Is
oce at 85 south Main street, where the full extent of the damage done by
he Is prepared to show a very One line Monday's storm and tidal wave
of samples and take orders for suits known.
that are bound to fit and will give ex- In addition to the fifty known dead
cellent values. Gume him a calL It is estimated that at least fifty oth-
ers have either drowned or perished
S FOR RENT OCTOER 1 likewise, and when it is considered
S--- that a small area around New Or-
* The residence now occupied by Mrs. leans furnishes this death list. and a
James Pyles will be for rent Oct. 1st; corresponding property loss an idea
coner Watula and South Fourth of the fearful loss can be gained. The
streets. Apply to H. C. Jones. most serious effects of the storm
I were in the Terre Bonne parish, where
all the lives were reported lost.
SCASTOR A Is is impossible now to even estl-
C.A ST ORl |A L|mate the loss. It Is known it will
run high Into the millions. Miles
W I and miles of railroads have been
I h- (J Y- ~i A- damaged, entire cities wiped off the
b --. *-- 1-1 -map, boats either sunk or blown upon
Ii i i h rocka or shores and crops ruined.
iMst ut of New Orleans all trains are
r ai r of f being detoured, and it will be many
I days before everything will assume
the normal condition.


When buying goods trotm this stores

getting no shoddy, left-over goods, odd and ends'
mon, but the very latest, bestand newt pa l
and workmanship. Rmmemb-,, we =m t-_i e m.. -

anyw-y with any other tore, or rminn i the iy. N
vale daily. .


This store Is the home
HartSchaffner& Marxclothes ,.


Leaders'of style, quality and workmanship.

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MARKET REPORTS
New Yorkk
Pineapples: Florida 24's130's -1.25
4R $2; 36's $1 @ $1.25. Cuba 24's-30 $1
0 $1.75: 36's 85c @ $1. Porto Rico
24's-30's $1 @ $1.50; 36's 85c @ $1.
Oranges: California Valencles( auc-
tion) $1.75 0 $6.
Grapefruit: California per box $1.50
@ $4.
Watermelons: Small-medium. per
carload, $75 $175. "
Lemons: Sicily, 300 box $3 6 $4:
360 box $2-12% O $2.75.
Boston
Pineapples: Red Spanish 24's $1.75
Q $2.25; 30's $1.50 0 $2; 3's $1.25 @
$1.50.
Philadelphia
Pineapples: Florida Red Spanish
per crate, $1.75 @ $2.25.
Lemons: Per box $2.50 0 $3.75.
Oranges: Valencias $2 0 $2.95.
St. Louis
Cocoanuts: Per thousand $32.50:
per 100 $3.50.
Limes: Per 100 75c.
Oranges: Valencias Calif. (auction)
per box $1.60 0 $3.30.
Lemons: Calif. (auction) per box
85c 0 $2.75; Messina $3 @ $3.50;
Maiori $3.75 & $4.
Buffalo
Oranges: Valencia per box $2.75 0
$3.25.
Lemons: Calif. per box $4 0 $5.
Gralefmrit: Per box $2 0 $2.50.
Pineapples: 18's per crate $2.50 0
$V: 24's and 30's $2.50 0 $2.75; 36's
$2 @ $2.50.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A splendidly located six-room house
near high school in good condition,
bath and electric lights. Apply at
Star office.


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We have just received one of the fI
Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine es-l t
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mowes, wbhkeh
does the work perfectly. If you will favor us wit .
your patronage, we guarantee to give you dk tM
Mower in better condition than the day you boue g --
it. It.will be sharp, and stay sharp longer than te
old style way, which is usually done by inexpe
rienced workman with a file or an emery wheel.


Nexi time your Mower sei ar4eW
bring it l N,or soty us, ad we W

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MARION HARDWARE CO.
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TAMPA VISITED BY 100M0 FIRE
Springing from an unknown origin
and spreading rapidly from a small
area to an entire plant, fire shortly
after midnight practically destroyed
the entire plant of the Tampa-Havana
Lumber company in the Garrison and,
with it. considerable lumber in the
yards making the total lose aggregate
at least $110.000.
The destruction of the plant means
the throwing out of employment of
nearly 100 men and the suspension
temporarily of the business. The
mills will be rebuilt bigger and better
than ever. This is the statement of
Secretary and Treasurer Charles H.
Brown, who was at the scene when
the fire was discovered. Against this
total loss of $110.000. Is Insurance
money on the general schedule of the
plant and stock, not considering spe-
cial insurance to the amount of $65.-
000. The Insurance was $76.000 up to
February of last year. but at that
t:.. it4 Qt AA6


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OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. FLOWRIA.
CRUSHED STONE CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON MN-
We have a stone crusher at work In Ocals, sad are ura tod 4b a
kinds of Cement Work. Build Founda tions, make Cement IBlDe. Cmn-
Brick. Build Sidewalks. Artificial Stone Fenees, stei Maet. We -oe
Blocks for Foundations for house wor k. which look better than tkrcf, tM
are cheaper.. Warehouse and Crusher on A. C. I* Railredoa ak, Neeth of
Proudry.


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cOmm-RIAL STATIONERY
of 1 asle adm quality, for ofiee
ad stmm, eelveo a great deal of our
toe and attention, as our stock and
tboaile fr applying large and small
OseM wig aply attest. Whether
yon want a a pe"omi or a huge led-
gr a oe btwk or a letter press, Its
S woert yer while to come In. look
am, m mpa prices.
OCOI =EW1 COMPANY


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AR week doam by licensed embalm-
s and fully guaranteed.
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ONK A FAINT DREAM
W T NOW A THRILLING REALITY
Tm eas positively have your shoes
ftw" and anlsebod off to look like
S6%, a -a electric stitching and fa-
|18it tBaMde. D. W. Goodwin, Shoe-
Me F1l.next door east to

S -m PMR W HOURS RUNNING
SW I haLt. This is not an auto-
m@ W-- t e-m at those new 8-lich
W5OSU- i etetrie fans that I
harn ( eodNveo. Let me place one
o tw at a lto your home or on
poe d&&-Z. W. Tunker, the elec-

MENDED


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If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for M2c. The Postoffice Drug-
store.
Mr. 0. W. Taylor, of Port Meade. a
naval stores Operator who was for-
merly at Rock Springs in this coun-
ty, was in town today.
MEN-Our Illustrated eatalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. J. D. Youngblood, who resided
In Ocala for a short time this year.
but now of Atlanta, was at the Mon-
tesuma today.
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed
pure and fraraant. The Court Phar-
macy.
Captain Lytle of Stanton, after
spending several days in the city a
guest of the Campbell House, has re-
turned to his home at Stanton.
The A. I. Harper Piano company
disposed of two pianos yesterday. One
of the Instruments went to Sfver
Springs.


Information


Buy Cream Flour, true


to its name.


You pay


no more for it than other
Flour. Ev-
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft


Sold ex.


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WaubalG" gerw Ale at B1asa fL
There were M arrivals at the Mea-
tesema yesterday.
The hlidre -am get heir ,wer
atm tnme names Nsens c
Mr. H. EX Bealey ot'Valedsta ls a
guest of the Moatntes.
Mr. J. T. CmoSett of BirminghIm is
a guest otf the MoKtesmia.
Mr. W. M. Rogers of Orlando is at
the Ocala Reese.
I Mr. Wll Jeffcoal is out again after
several days of severe sickness.
Dr. H. L. Montgomery of Micanopy
Is at the Ocala Howuse.
Rev. J. J. Thesepso came up this
afternoon from Belleview.
Col. Morgan and wife of Mulberry.
were. rgistered at the Montezuma
last night.
The bst poko of paper, linen
*Is & inish,2 seats pro pound, sad
*velopsm to taste at Oesa News Co.
John Gambiea Dunnellon and Mrs.
L. White of Tampa were registered
at the Montezuma yesterday.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located in first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
Detective Charles Pinkerson of
Gainesville, Is a guest of the Monte-

Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets Just received at the Court

Misses flison of Orlando and Carl-
sow of Inverness, were guests of the
Ocala House last evening.
Phone us for you prescriptions. We
eall and deliver them. The Court
Pharmacy.
Mr. J. W. Duton of Mascoot, a well
known turpentine operator, is In the
city. a guest of the Ocala House.
The latest eepywriht obeks and the
finest goMeral IM of heeooks ever shownI
in this ey at the Oala News e
Mr. 8. 0. Moyers, of Tampa. with
the Georgia Supply Co., is a/guest of
the Ocala House.
Have you seen the new visible Fly.
Shoes typewriter? R. C. Davjs & Co.,
general agents.
Mr. B. .K. Thrower representing
the Bard Hardware Co. ofahiesq
ville,- to a guest of the Ocala House.
A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof boelery for women has
been received at Fishel's. --
George Martin and Willis Chambers
came up from the lake today, where
they spent several days- pleasantly.
Mr. John Gamble of Dunnellon -was
In town today, a guest of the Monte-
zuma hotel.
Attorney H. L. Anderson returned
yesterday Iroek his summer outing
In Michigan, the picture of health.
FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
Colbert at tax collector's office.
J. C. Howell was in from his plan-
tation at Anthony today and said
crope were doing flae.
Miss Nellie C. Stevean has returned
from her sojourn at Weklwa Springs.
She was delighted with the place.
R. C. Davis & Co., 'of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.
Mr. W. T. Adams has been elected
secretary of the Eagles, in place of
W. C. Moore, resigned.
All of the high osheel hooks and sup-
pliee are nw in. You can get the
htigh sheel books only at the Ocal
News Ce.
Messrs. Willle Brooks and A. M.
Lansford were Initiated Into the Odd
Fellows at Tuesday night's meeting
of Tulula lodge.


Owing to ther.sh


ing in our big '
t .1 ** '*-li?-


winter wheat.
clusively by


MR. MALONEY IS IMPROVING
Mr. F. 1U Maloney, proprietor of the
Ocala House, who htas been seriously
Ill. Is now rapidly recovering. He has
had no fever for several days and is
regaining strength. Mr. Maloney will
be able to come down stairs in a few
days. He was able to see company
today for the aret time.
DR. MILLS HAS SOUGHT A FARM
Dr. H. C. Mills of this city. the pro-
prietary medicine manufacturer. left
today for the Newberry section, where
he has an enormous trade in his
medicines. Dr. Mills recently bought
a fine farm at Raleigh, near Williston,
of 169 acres, stocked with 40 head of
stock, good buildings and fences and
most of it under cultivation. He has
a good practical farmer to stay on the
place, as the doctor has no Intention
of leaving Ocala.
PAINTING STORE FRONTS
Several of the store fronts of the
city have Just been painted and the
Improvement is a decided one. The
Marion Hardware company store
looks refreshing in its new colors and
the building occupied by J. W. Alex-
ander and the Italian next door are
snow white.

REMODELING A RESIDENCE
Mr. R. S. Hall is remodeling the
residence east of the A. C. L passen-
ger depot. Mr. E. E. Robinson made
the plans and specifications. The
property will be one of the prettiest
and most comfortable on Oklawaha
avenue when the work is finished. A
good sum of money will be spent in
the remodeling process.
NEW SETTLERS ARRIVE
Messrs. C. 0. Kauffman and A. A.
Vanderbrock, of Lima, Ohio, arrived
In town last night and after spending
the forenoon in looking over the city.
went down to Summerfleld, where
they have bought land one mile west
of the postofflce and expect to make
their homes there. There are four
other heads of families who preceded
these gentlemen to Summerfield from
Lima. The gentlemen are practical,
well-to-do men and are most favorab-
ly Impressed with the country around
Ocala. They struck us during a very
hot spell, but say It Is not at all in-
convenient and they expected to lfnd
it warmer. They are going to till the
soil and do their best to make a sue-
cess at farming. Mr. Kauffman has
been a subscriber to the Weekly Star
for some time and was well posted on
local affairs when he arrived.
RALLY DAY PRACTICE
Parents, please send your children
to the Methodist church Friday at 4
p. m. to practice fnr rally day exer-
cises by the Methodist Sunday school
October 10th.
REBUILDING A RESIDENCE
The large residence on the south
side of Oklawaha avenue, opposite
Mr. D. W. Tompkins' home and known
as the Benjamin residence is being
remodeled. The house, though a very
large one, was plain and unornamen-
tal. When the work now Is progress
is completed it wil be a very artistic!
house and will be as good as new.
DECORATIVE ART
For high grade work of all kinds
of painting, paperhanging and dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and ef-
ficient corps of decorators, call at Mc.
Icer & MacKay's.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
A five-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Tydings.
There will e *a very Interesting
program at the Air Dime this even-
ing. "Annie Laurie," one of the
sweetest songs ever sung, will be il-
lustrated In a full reel; and "The
Story of a Life" will make another
full reel very well worth seeing. The
largest pigeon farm in the world will
prove an Interesting subject, and "Dog
Sausage" and "A Bleeping Tonic" are


our buyer, Mr. 'Marc


could not leave Wednw


wiw


positively leave.


night arriving in the


Monday.


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GOLD WATCH LOST
A gold watch, hunting case. Wal-
tham movement, initials B. C. on face
of case. Finder will please return to
Ben Cody, Holder Block and receive
reward.
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.
8ECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED
At the plant of the Florida Packing
and Ice Co., Ocala. Fla.
ICE BOX FOR SALE
For sale, a large Ice box: cost $25,
will sell for $10. cash. Suitable for a
large family or boarding house. Ap-
ply at Star office.'
ICE MAN WANTED
Wanted, an engertic man to drive
cle wagon, deliver and collect. Apply
to Florida Packing & Ice Co, city.
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.
HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
The'A. E. Hand house, one of the
meot convenient bem bunt hoew,
Igle Ie and a eall eieee nt
house, located in third ward near high
ssool buildng, for rent or so, l Ap-
ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder
Mk, Oca, Fa,.
ESTRAY NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that I have
In my pasture south of Ocala on Or-
ange avenue, one red steer about 3
years old. Broke into the premises
about July 1st, 1909. Owner can have
the steer by proving property and by
paying expenses of his keep and this
advertisement. F. W. Ditto.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 21. 1909.
FURNISHED COTTAGE
AT LAKE WEIR
For rent, a completely furnished,
small cottage on east side of Lake
Weir. Apply at Star office.
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A CASE OF EMBEZZLEMENT
C. H. Andrews, secretary of the
colored Odd Fellows lodge at Holder.
is before Judge Bell charged with
embezzlement. It seems Sallie Mur-
roe's husband died and she was en-
titled to a benefit, which the secre-
tary is accused of receiving and ap-
propriating to his own use. Major
L. T. Islar represents the state and
R. B. Bullock the defense. A number
of colored people are present as wit-
nesses.
School, .omm.ssioner Ben R. Bltch
was a caller in town today, having


Miss Alice Yonge received a wire- brought in his son. Mr. Roland Bltchn,
less message of greeting today from an employee of the Ocala postofflce.
her father and brother. Messrs. R. E. who spent a part of his vacation with
Yonge. Sr. and Jr., from the Clyle his father.
Line steamship Arapahoe, which was
forwarded by Western Union from a Mrs. C. I Bittinger returned today
wireless station on the North Caro- from her trip to Jacksonville. She
lina coast. was much impressed with the won-
derful growth of the metropolis of the
John Pasteur. the merchant and state and its many beautiful and at-
postmaster at Stanton. was in town tractive homes.
yesterday and said his neighbor. Mr.
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fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rptes. $6 per quarter In ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
Furnished rooms wanted for light
housekeeping at once, close to busi-
ness part of town. Apply at Star of-
fice.
SEEDS
New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just received. Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seeasman. Ocala, Fla.
"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.
KENTUCKY HuRSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred, horses at my place at Evinston.
Fla., for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexington, Ky, selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cash direct from the stock raisers. I
am in position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, L.
H. Willis, Jr.. Evinston. Fa. *
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
safe. sure. easy, gentle little liver
pills. The original Carbolized Witch
Hasel Salve is DeWitt's. The name is
plainly stamped on every box. It is
good for cuts, burns. bruises, sores,
boils and sunburn-but it is especially
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funnygraphs that will make the but-
ter to go with the bread.
Mr. George Pasteur, who returned
from New York last week. says he
has bought the biggest line of falt and
winter goods that has yet been se-
lected for the Helvenston-Pasteur
store.
Young 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. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss re-
turned home today. In their wan-
derings they have traveled from the
cypress swamps of Florida to the
cacti plains of New Mexico. have ex-
perienced all kinds of climate, seen
cosmopolitan aggregations and the
wonders of the West. Their many
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"Y Te right up." she Instructed the
19106 ahners-Detroit There is -prato n hbanging up the receiver.
turned with an eager smile.
"I've, got a surprise for you." she
no need to say anythinfor this car "es who's calling? Some
me who wasn't expected for a month."

W rite T Jima Smith, straight back from

O rlf ao, Florida& Joeeyf widened, and the little
Orland Florida. olor InIt faded from his face. He
t_ __,_ __Trwas very mucb startled by this unex-
pected visit. but kept sufficient control
over himself not to make the fact too
apparent.
UE "Is Capta W illams with him? r i
quired Mrs. Harris.
"I don't know." answered Emma.
SI wonder what bring bhim back? Hie
TO FIT ANY RIMS" wasn't expected for a month or ei ,
---,gggg1 ..C cLmAgUnstRa Iweeka."
"I suppose the captain's with him."
surmised Beth.
Her mother expressed the hope that
WE GARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRES, AS he was.
S"So do I." maid Emma. "I want to
WELL M OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO thank bin for Joe's raise."
RWMAIiUNG AND TIRE VULCANIZING DONE "You'll do nothing of the kind!" ex-
ploded Brooks furiously. "I want you
PROMPILY AT REASONABLE PRICEL all to understand here and now that
my business is my business. I don't
want It dise-ussed with either Smith
SCALA IRON WORKS OCALA FLA W as. Wha t I've got
sand It is nobody's affair but mine.
Now, tf any of you have got anything
to my about me or what I do, say It
to me or shut up."


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E^E 0 U T L TABrooks scowled at ber and, gathering
up some more papers from the table,
retreated with them to his chair and
began to pe-rus them rthrher fever-
l I W IE Mw r read tbe papers any more"
La d aks r lay gaW eMa decked Mrs. Harris"Al they have
a t sc dal. murders andmewhobteal
a money from their firm. My-I don't
="Wm't tt terrible about that man
yesterday walking out of the bank
E With a nmll fortney said Beth.
"1 can't understand bow a man can
H S S RH Odelberately steal," smiffed her mother.
specialy w there Isn't a chance
"Seo the man who gave all the
na dl=1T Wt4IIU moesy to some woman, .Isn't her
m BmIs wanted to know.
$o ffonM0' o IJp ri AeL el l hare plenty of time to
thiak Rt over. The penitentiary Isn't
A M.WN eter a bit too good for men like him."
"I felt so orry for his wife, poor
woman.' remarked Beth. "Shell have
to stand most of the trouble."
Brooks Jamped up Impatiently, bit.
1mg his nails with annoyance.
-------- ...0 Of 0"1006 I Ofpp@* 00 0pp0*1Of1 OfO1 l+ "Wheres the rest of this papery be
demanded. "I want the part with the
PA R K H O | L ractg at Ir marked Ofast Per-
PAR HOTEL "oa

"Oh I know-what Jimay calls the
a1ShV to" F o depe sheet." sad Emma. "There it
is..
P I Mrs. Harris looked horrified.
"Joe, you certainly aren't Interested
.n $. d an u p. R eI. races-borse races" she Interro-
Rana l per I ay and up. a eklered.
id Cafe in C ti"Yes, I am," he snapped. "1 don't
FM E oP. T AGGA D M ANAGER Pa I mbut I like to look 'em over.
l..... a......s.ea.eesea..... s -------e-aa ':a nThuiey're awful," declared Beth.
,_ ,__ "Thats exactly why most men steal
Sfl5.O.IZ.SSSS ::::>:i.St------l. "Weldearre, Joe isn't stealn mon-
ROLLINS Cy or payingG race. sodon't get wor
OLLINS COLLEJ GE ied." commented Emma. a little testily.
FLORIDAS OLD EST COII OF KMrs. Harris persisted.
SFLORIDA-' OLD EST COl FOP g"Captaln Williams says that the
COLLE K ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRLSSION, re tlack ru"s more young men
FINE ARTS DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND 8r"-
S ~USINE BHer mom-a-law had been waxing
-e# and mete exasperated.
Carnegle Hall ad third men's dormitory now completed; electric "For baven's aake," he broke out
Sght, stems and frnase beat; large faculty; perfect health condl- angrly, wiping the perspiration from
tons; fne ...aash... athletic delds, boating, tennis courts, golf links; i s, "can't you find something
baebhanll football and basketball teams champions of Florida In 1M9. aotthnrn nS
Nearly a quarter ot a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; bthe to talk about th n ruined men
asholarahlps available; Christan but undenominational; stands for t ves and fellows who go wrong?"
CIM E :.M 0 CULTUMRE :-: CT qus3red s wife, gazing at Ulm In as-
Feo Ctalegue Address the President: He turned his wan face toward her.
W L and there was a look as of entreaty
W ; F. -Cn"---a-, Pi U., Wi "raK-M Fa. ,and apology to his eyes, under which
the dark drele appeared to have deep-
___________________________ en ed, as nhe replied
-_ "I'm tired and nervous. I think I'll
walk down the street."
"Oh, but you've got to take us to the
i 2 theaterr" Betha told him. "Mother
mane, and you can't get seats-not a
single e-even from peculators. I

Mrs. Harris answered for her:
"Tou Just taks us; call for us after
tih show and put us on a car."
"We simply can't miss this chance.
can we, mamma" samid Beth. "You
will take -s sad come for us, won't

H udsontuearily.
At that moment the telephone bell
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PICNIC AT PEDRO
Pedro will hold its annual barbe-
cue and picnic on Sattrday, Octo-
ber 16th. Its people extend their
usual hearty welcome to every per-
son who, with good will and good
behavior, will Join them In their
yearly festival.
It is expected that on the pro-
gram for the day will be, lee cream,
etc.; temperance and educational
addresses, a fine dinner, with plenty
of barbecued meats a la Perry, base-
ball, happy boys and pretty girls.
The location o& the grounds will
be announced later. If suitable
grounds are selected a parade of the
school children of this and neigh-
boring schools will be a feature of
the afternoon.
HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative.
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and Is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
STANTON
The baseball game on Saturday
afternoon between Stanton and
Lady Lake ended in a victory for
Stanton. Score, 4 to 0 In favor of
Stanton. After only four innings
had been played the Lady Lake boys
heard two dogs on the grounds
growling and they Joined In and be-
gan to growl with the umpire, who
we think must have had some peach
and honey or mint and Julep, from
the way he made his decisions. He
was unfair in two of his decisions;
a fair ball being knocked to left
field and called a foul, and a man
called out on third, which was un-
fair, the baseman dropping the ball.
The Lady Lake boys quit the
game after the fourth Inning had
been played, the score then being 4
to 0 in favor of Stanton.
John Clore was on hand, who Is
one of the best catchers in the
country and is quite a baseball en-
thusiast Squire Kelsey didn't
know when to halloo for Stanton.
so was told when he heard John
Clore hallooing that he could rest
assured that Stanton was in the
lead.
If Mr. Hater had been present
and umpired nothing would have
turned up to have caused any un-
pleppswutne"s Mr. Hater has given
both sides a square deal every time
he has umpired a game.
Speaking about "rooters," we had
some old time rooters on the
grounds and we hope to have a
good drove of razor backs and
rooters next Saturday to cheer the
boys in the game between Leesburg
and Stanton.
We didn't see Mr. Jim Davis
present at the game. We heard
some good news about him that will
occur on October 20th. We extend
our congratulations in advance.
Mac Jameson, the fox and cat
chaser of Stanton, *cownpanmled by
the two Lytle boys managed to cap-
ture a grey fox one day last week.
IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All thought rd.lose my leg," writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wi., "Ten
years of eeema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Buckle's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
eczema, salt rheum, bolls, fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.
SOITH LAKB WEIR
Mrs. E. S. Upham spent several
days in Coleman this week the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Finnie.
Errol E. Reed, who has been
spending the summer with his aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .. J. Soar,
at Little River, returned home
Thursday of last week to resume his
studies here at the Weirsdale gram-
mer school.
Mrs. J. F. Blair and children, ar-
ter spending a month very pleas-
antly here at the lake, returned to
their home in Martin Ratardayv.


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For yo, wh yneaed But s

cmn res cr Good Dige- .: e (o '
An of cooure Indigestion It neo- We knew w hat i B
leted long enough. bring onaert- beo ever eho t -.i-am
ous diseases In which Kodol cannot old. If we dit a : k :...
benefit yom. Some of theme there It will do, we woum fi
ls a, bep for at alL It the Vway'wedo. .
There are, In fact, very few av- It Is eay for you eu'v
meIts which cannot Ue traced dl- -the next (or the 0
rectly to lmpurr blood. And I- have an attack of 1d6li4M
pure blood Is always due to a dla- yo will certainly be
ordered stomach the rult s. It Is to"PO
Ube Kodol and priewnt Nermous le s..
Dyspepsla. Tbe am be I amTh eelm i
Kodol wMl effectually a smist Na someMhi tat ma d4 o l
ture to mecure a complete restora- deal of sild-mbm It as -.f
tlos of good dlgestom. It does othblt f it deosat.


this by at once digesting all food
In the stomach and keeping It di-
gested, unUil the stomach ts rested
and cam resume Its own work. Ko.
dol removes the eause-nd .the
effect quickly removes Itsel. *
When it Is recalled that Ape,
plexy, Heart Disease. Cancer--and
even Cosuu.sptis-are due to
poor digestion and poisons thus
tran-nmttid to the blood, and
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cordial handshake.
"Where's Captain Wlamk r auked
Mrs. Harris.
"All In due time, when I spin my
yarn." drawled Jimay.
He went over to Brooks and Shook
hands with him.
"Glad to see you, Joe," he said
"Thank yon, JimsW. Same to you.
You look Immens."
"Fr better than that. Now, t you
folks will sit down I'll tell you the
story of my wonderful adventure
lying only when necessary to protect
my unsullied reputation. Bow is that,
Beth, 'unsullied repatatkar Pretty
good, ehrl
"But Captain Williams and the ste
ry" urged Emma.
"What 1 want to know," olbeuved
her mother, "Is, Did the captain come
with your
"So do I," said Brooks with hardly
concealed anxiety.
"Well, you know it took me two
months to do all this, ad you can't
expect me to tell this story as If it
was a Journey In the subway."
"Jimsy, you're exasperating." re
monstrated Emma.
"I was saying- Say. Emma. you
look all right In that dress." be broke
off contemplating her with admiration.
She stamped her foot Imperiously.
"Never mind me. Talk!"
"And please my something." added
Beth.
"Stung! be laughed., "Thank you.
Beth! Well, you know cap and I were
going to make a trip at every port of
call the Latin-American company has,
but when we got to Guaten*mla we
found out that a couple of those dons
down there, being out of Jobs. had
concluded to pass the time away by
pulling off one of their monthly revo.
lutions and, among other tbLau were
getting very gay with our property."
"You mean warT" demanded Beth,.
deeply interested.
"Not according to Boyle. This game
was Just for conversation. Anyway,
things looked a little bad. so we stay-
ed there until one of the dons threat-
ened to put us In Jail and burn up our
warehouses. We were delayed a cou-
ple of weeks, and one morning the
army of forty-two generals and three
privates saw the United States cruiser
Brooklyn steam Into port all painted
up. with a lot of peevish bluejacket
on board, looking for trouble. So the)
postponed their change of government
Indefinitely. We had been delayed so
long by them fellows"-
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