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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, IN.,
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BRams. 1 $and 11,
Seei n lor, Holder Block,
L F. BLALOCK
S Dental Surgeon
0MeA bows: I to 11 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.
SaLI D. HULBERT, I. D.
......AY-o PHYUWIABI AND
mS--Ibomd Floor The nroo ma&
(JBask Buildlag. Ocalt
-0ce', 22; Reidence.
Oin Hl ra e--to 11 Ma. a.; Ito 4
P. .2: ?*.So to 2:26 p. m.
F. E. McCLANE
basrel aPrvmtwo Cars Mad. Premotly
NlA.t or Dayv
pWMld Attention to Obstetric, Di-
s ef Wmen aWd Childr.pn
Ole: Booms 3-22I lokler Building
Seeadtt leor; Pbones, Office No. SU.
Aklidm ., No. Ul.
THERE A DIFFERENCE IN
S Ow ee by eor new process is fros-
a at a temperature of eight to ten
l abovaeero, is as clear as crys-
iF sa-s pure as can be made. We
S iaramatee It to last longer.
BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS
And et b eDismppeiated I erviee
iC CE MNoPACKIGCO
I rosetve dally fsipments of cholee
fsab and salt water fAsh of tb" best
VadetMs.- I handle nothing but Sah
Ml meadle them right.
Pae 2i, Olty Maar-e.
EAT RIK FER UTIM
Hundreds of eusseds
Will Help New York HeWr the
Memeerieeo Fulteln and
New York, Sept. 2S.-New York is
on the eve of the greatest celebration
In its history. During the seven days
beginning today the 2,5.00.0 resi-
dents of the metropolis, together with
tens of thousands of visitors, will
engage In a program of festivities and
brilliant pageants to .celebrate the
achievements of Henry Hudson, sea-
man and explorer, and Robert Fulton,
Inventor, artist and patriot. One hun-
dred war vessels representing the na-
vies of the world winll participate In
a series of parades and pageants on
the great waterway with which the
named of Hudson and Filton are In-
spparably linked. In addition to the
naval pageants the week's program
provides for land parades of an his-
torical character, official receptions in
honor of distinguishes guests from
abroad, aquatic and athletic sports.
military parades, commemorative ex-
ercises in the public schools, carnival
processions and Illuminations and
fireworks each evening.
City Profuely Desated
Within the past twenty-four hours
the entire city has blossomed out in
a mass of color. From the Battery to
She Bronx and in all the outlying bor-
oughs profuse decorations of flags and
bunting greet the eye at every turn.
The flags of all nations are to be seen.
with the colors of the. United States
and the Netherlands predomlnatli.
Next In popular esteem after Yr tires
of ,udson and Fulton and ;t-e na-
tional colors come pictures of the
Half Moon and the Clermo4.
Beautiful Illuminations at Night
Each night of the celebration the
city is to be a blase of eightt and color.
The borough halls of all five bor-
oughs, the bridges across the East
river. Grant's tomb In Riverside drive,
the1 soldiers' and sailors monument on
the same drive, the Washington arch
and many other prominent buildings
and structures are to be outlined In
electric lights. The line of the three
great parades, the historical, the mil-
Itary and the night carnival, will be
outlined In festoons of electric lights
on both sides of the street, while a
battery of powerful searchlights will
play upon Grant's tomb. Each night
the shores of the Hudson are to be
made light as day by the countless
searchlights on the many foreign and
American warships anchored in the
Hotels Filled to Overflowing
It Is evident that the celebration
will draw a bigger crowd to town than
ever gathemad here before, but It re-
mains true that In hotels there Is us-
ually room for one more.
The principal scheduled events for
the opening of the celebration today
are a rendezvous of foreign and
American war vessels; the officlaJ re-
ception of the replicas of the Half
Moon and the Clermont; the official
reception of naval guests: a parade
of warships and merchant vessels.
and a night pageant up the Hudson
river with fireworks.
It Is estimated that more than 500
vessels will participate.
THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM-
was seen In the red face. hands an.-
body of the little son of H. M. Adams.
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
.from ecaema had, for five years, de-
fied all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lung and nothing
could save him. "But." writes nis
mother. "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
tern completely cured him." For erup- coast since the hurricane.
tions. eczema. salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism A HARD STRUGGLE
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only 50c.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Many an Ocala Citizen Finds the
CHRIST DIDN'T COME With a back constantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders.
SDally existence is but a struggle.
Latter Day Apostles Waited Until No need to keep it up.
Midnight for the End of the World Dean's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Mrs. Anna Erickson, Third St.. San-
Duxbury, Mass.. Sept. 25.- With ford, Fla.. says: "I was a victim of
only a heavy rainfall to console them kidney trouble for years. the kidneys
for the absence of a world cataclysm, being so weak that I had but little
100 members of the sect of the Latter control over the action of the secre-
Day Apostles who gathered here yes- tinos. I .suffered almost constantly
terday morning expecting the end of from backache accompanied by pains
the world at 10 o'clock in the morn- across my loins and some days I
lg. were dazed and disappointed be- could hardly get around, having sqo lit-
c tle strength and ener y. I finally ob-
cause they were not snatched up in talned a box of Doan'. Kidney Pills
the clouds as the leaders foretold and their use as directed soon proved
with great enthusiasm. They waited that they were the remedy I needed.
for the end with prayers and songs, The kidneys gradually became stronger
their fervor Increasing as the hour my back ceased to ache and the
expected for the end drew near. When imlns across my loins disappeared. I
10 o'clock passed and nothing occurr- have been able to rest well at night
ed their dazed amazement was pitiful. since and as a result, have felt much
Their fanaticism was rallied, hower- better in every way. Dr n's Kidney
Their fntclm ash Pill have certainly benefited me more
er. by the leaders of the sect who than any other remedyv I ever used."
claimed that Christ would come before Plenty more pr,,of like this from
midnight. Their leaders probably Ocala people. Call at Tydingi & Co.'s
have a gigantic amount of explaining drug store and ask what customers
to do this morning, report.
For pale hv all dealers. Prieoo S
HEALTH AND VITALITY cents. Foster-Mllhurn Co.. uffalo.
New York. sole agents frr Lhe Unlted
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear Remember the name-Doan's-and
your complexion of pimples and take no other.
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.
John MeLendon was Roasted Alive,
While a Lady With Him Suffered
a Meor Merciful Fate
Americus. Ga.., Sept. 25.-One per-
son was burned to death, another In-
stantly killed and a third seriously
burned, when an automobile driven
by John McLendon ran off a neight-
foot embankment here yesterday aft-
MeLendon and Miss Viola Herman.
one of his companions, were pinion-
ed beneath the wrecked car. which
caught fire. Ethel HIlL another mem-
ber of the party, although severely
burned, ran to this city, two miles
distant, to give the alarm. Miss Her-
man's neck was broken by the fall
and death was Instantaneous, but Mr.
McLendon was roasted to death.
A WOMAN'S BACK
Has many aches and pains used by
weaknesses and failing, or other dils-
placement. of the pelvic organs. Oth-
er symptoms of female weakness are'
frequent headache, dizziness, Imagi-
nary specks or dark spots floating be-
,fore the eyes. gnawing sensation in
stomach, dragging or bearing down
in lower abdominal ur pelvic region,
faint spells with general weakness.
If any considerable number of the
above symptoms are present there is
no remedy that will give quicker re-
lief or a more permanent cure than
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It
has a record of over forty years of
cures. It is the most potent invigor-
ating tonio and strengthening ner-
vine known to medical science. It is
made of glyceric extracts of native
medicinal roots found in our forests
and contains not a drop of alcohol or
harmful, or habit-forming drugs. Its
ingredients are all printed on the bot-
tle-wrapper and attested under oath
Every Ingredient entering into "Fa-
vorite Prescription" has the written
endorsement of the most eminent
medical writers of all the several
schools of practice-more valuable
than any amount of non-professional
testimonials-though the latter are not
lacking, having been contributed vol-
untarily by grateful patients in num-
bers to exceed the endorsements given
to any other medicine extant for the
cure of woman's ills.
You cannot afford to accept any
medicine of unknown composition as
a substitute for this will proven rem-
edy of known composition, even
though the dealer may make a little
more profit thereby. Your Interest in
regaining health is paramount to any
selfish interest of his and it is an
insult to your intelligence for him to
try to palm off upon you a substitute.
You know what you want and it is
his business to supply the article
Dr. Plerce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original "Little Liver Pills" first put
up by old Dr. Pierc- over forty years
ago. much Imitated but never equaled.
Little sugar-coated granules-easy to
take as candy.
HE PULLED THE HOLE
IN AFTER HIM
Head of a Man Found Nine Hundred
Feet Below the Surface of
Mahanoy City, Pa., Sept. 25.-At a
depth of 900 feet below the surface of4
the earth, firmly embedded in coal the
petrified head of a man was discover-
ed at Maple Hill 'uolliery yesterday.
The head is perfect in shape, eyes,
ears. nose and even the hair" standing
out in bold relief. Workmen driving a
tunnel made the find at a point over
which water has been flowing for
years. It is believed to be the head
of a man of prehistoric ;age. The spe-
cimen was car-fully mined, and after
being trimmed will be sent to the
Dunnellon. Fla.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I
have sold Ilall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tie I sell adds a customer for it. It is
a genuine cure for kidney. aindder andi
rheumatic troubles. C.-o. (ohnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
TIDE BROUGHT IN
A GHASTLY BURDEN
Ouffport. Miss., Kept. 25-Nine bod-
ies were washed ashore near here
yesterday morning and were found on
the beach by fishermen who went
down in some of the numerous small
boats that are missing along the Gulf
W C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P 0. B.ox 44L
OpeAm Ito tihe Lob b, ef .a Oea
Offers tPe very best servtee of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly .anitary. Electric
fans. electric manages.
Hot Runniag Water at All Times
VINCENT C. D1TERJuCH. Manager
AT LAKE WEIR
rent. a completely furnished.
aittare n peast side of T Ike
vwvuuw nowinE bUWU
a reserve lI his bmak,
The Munroe & ChmMbia Bfa
THE FUIMITRnE HI
Our big stock of new and up-to-
date fall and winter goods is now on
display and ready for your inspeo-
tion. Come in and see the new goods.
Drese goods, millinery, trimmings,
laces, shoes, hats, clothing, and every.
thing that you can get at a first-clas
dry goods store, you will find at the
Globe, and at lssa money than you
can get the same goods for elsewhere
The Globe, Ooala, Fla.
AN EXCITING EVENT
President Taft Witnesaes an Incident
that Wasn't on the Program
Provo. Utah, Sept. 25.-President
Taft is here Int search of new adven-
tures after witnessing a fist fight that
erded in gun play, an impromptu fea-
ture. of the program at the mouth of
the Gunnison tunnel yesterday. Sher-
Iff Duguelle. who came to town with
President Taft, took occasion to knock
down H. L. Daniels, the tunnel sup-
erintendent. Daniels' friends Jumped
on' Duguelle, who drew his gun, but
was quieted before shooting.
The president's Irrigation speeches
are arousing great enthusiasm among
the homesteaders here in marked con-
trast to his reception in Minnesota
and Nebraska. where the crowds lis-
tened out of curiosity alone.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25c. The PostoflAce Drug.
by lee Frn Red Waorm
They say, but If you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in it, that the center Is what
is called "snow Ice." which, being por-
ous, allows it to melt quickly.
The kind we turn out Is as clear
and perfect as It is poisIble to make
Ice, and is the most economical ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.
FLORIDA PACKING &
-- Vs .,
Good Old School Days Willvoon.
A"Mihemnsso --lofts r buck w e bsam
moonsrlmt of M& *aimeab am m sei twm.2
Is iepid.00i m As1e fI
Earn. (FrIceNel acTigeIu bsm u I
sam need Smiand(Ipi ~f
Jm Of aU i d6GUa -e l~pk
olive chew chews ikls Apyke, ft& ml M smw7
A full, assotmn of Fawcy C a-e is b- a&--6-Is1
for School Lunch. A the NAbha bwICgY~
goods in paclkam s5c tad10c*
DONI FAIL TO GET YOUR I
We have the nicest kinds of Loach Basets aT
at 10, 15 and 25 cents.
O. K.GROCERY HARVEY CLARK P
2 PHONES 174
8. B. KNIGHTON
An all wise and merciful Father
through His boundless wisdom has
seen fit to claim His own Sad call
from *earth to Heaven our dear son
and brother. S. B. Knighton. on
Thursday. at 4:53 o'clock. March 5th.
1908. after an Illness of ten days of
pneumonia. He leaves father and
mother, two brothers. P. A. Knighton
of Shellman, Ga., and H. C. Knigh-
ton of Columbus, Ga.: three sisters,
Mrs. M. L. Rice of Ashford, Ala., Mrs.
J. G. Boggs of Columbus. Ga.. Mrs. J.
H. Lawson of Morgan. Ga.. besides a
host of other relatives and friends to
mourn his death.
Our darling was born and raised in
Randolph county. Ga. The last five
years of his life he lived in Columbus.
He was a well known, successful bus-
iness man and gained a host of
friends wherever he went He was a
prominent member of the Improved
Order of Red Men. He practiced that
charity which ever spoke well of his
brethren. As a citizen he was with-
out spot or blemish, as a son and
brother his devotion is known to us
all. Oh, that you could have heard
those sweet songs and dear prayers
which he uttered in his last hours. He
said, "the Lord has come after me, I
am ready to go with Jesus." It seems
we hear him whispering, do not think
of me as I sleep In lonely, silent.tomb.
but as you often, dear papa, mama.
in your hour of grief and gloom when
you bend in pensive twilight weeping
for your child you miss and a soft
breeze fans your forehead, 'tis your
Simmle's kiss. Though my home is
with the angels on the shining courts
above, oft I'll wing my flight down
earthward, drawn there by your love.
Oh, I grieve to see you sorrow,
though I'm happy with the blest.
Papa. mama, cease your weeping. God
has called me. He knows best, not In
wrath, but in tender mercy. Now no
evil can ever harm me. safe in the
Heavenly fold. where flowers are al-
ways blooming. Never shall your
Simmie grow old. Here I wait for
-ou and papa where God's smiles
make all things bright. Brothers.;
sisters, cease your weeping, rm not
lost. but gone before and Ill be your
guardian angel tilU you reach the bet-
ter sphere. My spirit will be with
you till the goal is won. Oh. my hap-
piness of those few our darling was
with us. but God saw best to take
him to His Heavenly home. Praise
God for the blessed assurance that he
is safe in the arms of, Jesus. We
know if we live as God would have
us we will meet our darling one in
that land where suffering and death
never comes, and sad partings will be
He gave his heart to God at the age
of 13 and joined the Baptist church
at Elm, Calhoun county. Ga. baptized
by his pastor. Rev. H. L. Crombley.
He was always ready when his meet-
ing days came around to be there. As
a church member he was a true and
At 3:30. March 6th. his body was
2-1 ..2 6- q 4- -An ..4..
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NEW FALL GOODS
-that the who cremhis mmw Isbb ~psshes us
spend aliof Is wlbow tbeW; wh~e ks hesmseend vma.
tme'fiwo a with a bekasomeeo bftuhr as
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CARRIES A LARGE
OCALA EVENING STAR, ,SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERt l 1, 1 -
3.& L C l L d W
O s, be mein mus e k 14 m1V
Bfat aU 9. peornsawAe 6r at an
'" T r.aeT. t baeeas tMa ather
We r as 13 the sa ath isX 3. F
Masesyf Oelectra, a Mi3 e nudeabl
4t06 w Imho t o vt yw dmade
.>r homme wito rn. J. A. Mors. Mr.
h s a Jd Mr. Marms yeM ago
toea atso o o
Ma ri oh eo tot a a ~f esimabe
y ta vs for sew but teat htaers md
e hemse wiM ad Mrr-'Maw aem wo
S" wdit thve roo ad retWt= d to
SinuoiwM. Mmale. ta61staleted
tMr. l C.PrsMan eM am a this foret
f TMisd Mr. Morn at &lea where
inth overtook her.o
Mr. L MartPiR, elv tAa dar, In re-
f wh O a offinte for the deceased
Which he wiecd ftom MntJ. OmnltM
R I. Martm, civ ennineerO In a
cm *_ .ImL'5tlo5 to the Ocala Bkaier on
goothe eossedtrtle of a hp caBiM
va and Wlthlacoocbe route. He
eays a supply of water would play an
Important part In the eatetnasnce
.. of a blek ceanal ad thts supply could
..be secured by utiislag the flow of
wats. from Sver Sprigs, m, and
S. mu Spel /t7 uiec feet per see-
Sad. The total euMjvatlon over this
Sroute would he 260,7,,764 cubic yards
:" la bue s to esat n 1-2 cents per
y:d or $a,791.321. The head
waterso these lt as0 a0*he 4a
4\- feet above sea ivel A Plorld ahlpp
Se -a ullM he a sreat project and
.do wanders for. the commerce of the
O Gulf, but we wO hav. to wait for it
sa -til after the Paaum canal is COW-
.- A whole beot 'of semaser -vlltolr
retumed home Thursday nlhbt and
.. IFlriday. namely: Miss Miriam Paa^
! teur, who spat. the summer. with
ft friend at aNrboro. s C.;, R. E.r
Yea ouge, Sr,, om the wpds of New
3a,"and. the galetles of Coney Island
'and r ana Park; Mrs. C. K fge
chl beg s da e mLake Weir; Ms. H
SJse and children farm Lake Weir;
SMiss Sara MNCreary ad bBwe
Toda, feom. lheq Ten-
etu .k; T. Adan.* rom Colorao
f and Iowa; Oarlo L. 8istruNk, from
SMisepurl and linois; Mrs. Charles
S a a cmldrea free r nland
M arL c n J.n Is.
e qat the Gulf; H. W Jones. Maao
"epasetts i Mr. oanf M-a s. B. an.,
r' o an extended trip tforMuh the
wet: Mr, and Mrs. L. Horn, from the
ummer In the old Bay State. and Al-
,\b s *ed Greed, fboy hgtlat. Of course.
ut / emr county, ~ied at his home at
SRutlsand Wednesimy amrning. He
;leaves a wife aad five oea to mourn
his death. He was a atendld citizen
sa a ai totful official. Sumter coun-
Sty meurna his death.
; a T k or $8at LA1g.O u. ladepen-
dent Order of Odd Flldows of the
SrUnited States have dealsnated Atlan-
ta, eorgia, as the next place of meet..,
lag of that body, In September. 1910.
The lodges of the state had to guar-
antee $1t.M to pay the expea es of
the grar lodge.
Dr. J. D. Bennett of Crystal liver,
returned last altht ftpm a visit to his
olb hoe In Misouri and he said It
K- eade him feel sad to thilk that when
he left that country It was dfficult to
Samll aMm IMad at $6 Man are and now
tL a me n lad In sellag quilekly at
S$10 acre, m.d to taInk that he took
Sth momey he received for bhis farm
a, put It s aN oraa grove la
teM W auntl, ety .to have Jack Frost
Sbadn walk eff with It Tbime
a est of t Montesu-
0* a hotel (
Wish to announ
AH Maons are earnestly and cor-
ially Invited to to present with us
and participate Is the ceremonies of
the laying of the cornerstone of our
new "Temple Theater" by officers of
the grand lodge on Thursday, Sept.
30th at 3 p. L., and also to meet with
us the =me evening to witness ex-
empllfication of work by officers of
the grand lodge. Please notice date,
Thursday, Sept. 30th, at I p. in, Ocala,
Marina-Duna Lodge No. 19 F. & A. M.
MANY GOOD THINGS
AT THE GLOBE
Never in the history of our s*u*cs*-
ful earer in Ocala have we had such
a Ine a-ray of nesuwp eds to show our
emtem-ers as we hav this fall. Hav-
i g me partner to ooummult, we hav
"pread eurusf in getting the best and
the meet of it for our friends and
point with pride to the one stoM
The Globe, B Geldmant Proprietor.
YOU HAVE OFTEN
SM. HEARD THE REMARK:
"He is all right He has been prac-
ticing for twenty-seven years."
Next time you hear that, think, has
he kept step with progress, or Is he
where he was twenty-seven years
They treated eyes by burning the
lids twenty-seven years ago.
Some are practicing it yet, but they
aght to be put, In jaiL
Tou should Know better than that
I give the why and wherefore for
everything I do in our optical work.
-and prove It to your eyes without
digging or cutting on them.
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 130
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
.'..KkLL WOULD-BE LAYER
A mereiless murderer is appendicitis
r0t many v0Wims,. But Dr. Kt1g's
New Lite Pills kill It by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, llver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that Invites appendicitis, curing con-
stipation, biliousness, chills, malaria.
headache and Indigestion. 25c at all
TAMPAV FIRST AUTO TRAGEDY
An automobile, driven by Walter
Beeman and carrying as passengers
Mrs. Lee Steele and Mrs. B. L, Moon-
ey, was wrecked on Florida avenue,
Tampa, last night Mrs. Steele was
killed and Mrs. Mooney and Beeman
HAVE YOU A BABY
Then watch It closely. And above
all things-don' eteIt suffer for any
length of time with worms-that If
fataL If Its complexion gets yeMow
atd paAty, if It is listless, cross or
peevish, gets thin. suffers with flatu-
lence give It Whlte's Cream Vermifuge.
The only cure that never falls and has
no bad effects. Sold by all druggists.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, the black
mare formerly owned by Major Islar.
dix-mouths old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call on C. L. An-
derson, care Ocala Lumber & Supply
Gea. H. W. Long of Martel was -a
allow la town today sat to the quea-
t iU whether he would attend the cor-
astb layig of the Templi Thea-
ter, Ipile that he Mretted to say be
al ot be ore, a he had a pre-
vIms, tegaewmnt to attend the dis-
trict sunday school and quarterly
ee!merese emmdtse oest week at
Willistee Wednesday and Thursday.
atd e,.mg, chairman ot an Important
O Ilttee had to make his report.
The gMeril thought. however, that
St. Jobn lodge would be fully repre-
semned at he losig eremomasy.
Mr A. I. KIg., who represents the
"W. B. Johiows Groserf Co. of Jack-
Ing a determined effort to repeal the and for a few moments did not speak. way in. and the harder he tried to get
9 o'clock closing clause and keep open He appetrtd to be debating something out the deeper he foundered. Finally
until midnight. The present council In his mind. the big exposure came off. He was a
Is a wet one and the new ordinance "My mother, as near as I bare been thief. Now. what do you think about
will no doubt pass. able to fid out, hiked out into Colo- him, Emma? Do you think berase he
rado when it was a territory. There was long on love and short on honor
IT SAVED HIS LEG wasnm t much law and. I guess, no On. he was all bad. ehbTr
"All thought I'd lose my leg." writes ventlonalltles. Everybody kind o0 She hesitated, pondering th que.
J. A. Swenson, Watertown. Wis.. "Ten drifted along the best or the worst tlon as something so. utterly beyond
years of ee hmad that 5laidoetorhcould they could. the majority voting the ordinary cogitation that It eould0 1
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound stralgbtjlcket for the worst. A shake have presented Itself to her and wa
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions, of the band was as good as a bond, not to be lightly decided.
ecmema, salt rheum. boils, fever sores, and there wasn't any law in the land "I don't know what to think." *he
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at except that between man and woman. mused. "I've always loathed a thief
all druggists. Some of them out there yearned aand a liar. I know there's an awful
much for tle sanctity of the marriage lot of dishonesty-in business. Father
Tampa is now busy raising money vbws as an Arab in the Sahara does always declared that a man to drink
to construct an up-to-date automo- for a sun bath. It was a loose coun- or gamble or dissipate might e wek
bile track. vthe thousand dollars were try, full of loose people. My mother but that a man who stole or lied to
subscribed the first day. fell in love with a roving miner, and injure people was vicious. Somehow
be promised to marry her, but before 1 think that too."
WARNING the parson wandered into the camp to "Maybe you're right, but I wondered
Donot bepersuaed nto takin make a little loose chapge tying mat- you'd been In his wife's place yo'd
anything but Foley's Hoaey and Tar rimonlal knots pa got into an argu- sort of forgiven the mai and helped
for chronic coughs. bronchitis. hay met concerning aco capacity rt f frg t man hel
stops the cough and heals the lun. and got plugged with ag 41PoC hlty m get right"
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it and ot plued with "Peraps- don't know." she replied
Sold by all druggists. Killed?" doubtfully. "But I think It anything
"Yes. He passed on. Later I was Uke that ever happened It would al-
Congressman S. M. Sparkman. who shoved into the midst of ano asuspect- most kfll me."
is touring Europe as a member of the Ing public. My coming into the world Her thoughts were diverted from the
National Waterways Commission. without the usual legal credentials hit subject by the ringing of the telephone
which is spending the summer in- my poor mother awful hard, and be- ll. Sheanswered it.
specting European water routes anl fore I wouldd wM n my .v a eh all, m Captain. las ae iswereu .E
harbors, writes the Tribune from Captahl Williams calling." sm smid
Germany two cards. illustrating th' to Smith, then through the phoe:
Immense traffic on that river. He de- "Ask the gentleman to CoM i,
dares he Is having an excellent time V WHAT EVER PANi KNiOWS I Ppeae.
and enjoying god health despite r- Jlmy, anxious and much -trtlhd.
duous labors. He is much impressed '' regarded hr t bon. lly.
with all the German waterways. esp- he tnnd f rom the tlenhoaL ai d
ed by lthe =IN"
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cement -ST. JOSEPH'.
PAID IN --
Boardim School for Boys Coudaet
STF ys to 14 years "ecelved Car
L De amp ltual MorG -a ". e l BaI
U U LL Pool, Complete ufpmaMt in sehowir
R ecreation Rooa.&
ce their Annual -- EAppy o.n- Pi ptaf to ft
,:., x<"ner I We', Great StL Joeeph' Amdes
of M illinery I W ..**-. |
JOHN W. HARDING
o. ,. ,,,,,- BFAIJTI
and Wednesday U
7, 28 and 29 T ULLY is credited with beg
the first toremark what e Have Your Lawl
sayists have pointed out ever
since- that friendship Im-
proves happiness and bates misery by
is Requested the doubling of our joys and dividing
IS .e ues e of our griefs. This was the sort of
friendship that animated Jimsy Smith
His regard began In love for Emma,.
Harris, but when be found that this
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW love was not requited be did not for *
that reason withdraw his Interest in
Presbyterian her. Accepting the cold reality with
Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D., Pastor his usual philosophy, be thrust de i
Services at 11 a. m. and 7: I). m. down ton his heart the passion th
Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. never could be eradicated, and hi
A cordial Invitation is extended to sterling, unflInching honesty trans-
the general public, and every one will formed it in time Into a fraternal at-
be welcome. fectiUo as self sacrificing as it was
loyal whieh be extended to the man
Methodist Emma bad chosen for her life partner
R. H. Barnett, Pastor With his keen perception be bad soon
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. seen that that man was morally weak.
11 a. m.-Preaching by the pastor. Irresolute of purpose, Incompetent In
4 p. m.-Epworth League. business and that his lore for his wife
7:30 p. m.-Preaching. was not of that kind which counted '.
A cordial invitation is extended to sacrifice for her as a privilege and for- B
all. bearance, indulgence and unfailing '. _
Christian consideration for her antler and -
purer nature as a duty. But It was a
W. H. Coleman, Minister not for him to judge or to condemn.
The pastor will not 1e in the pulpit That Emma was satisfied was suai- A
tomorrow. dcent No other consideration matter-
unday shool at 10 p.m.will be le ed particle. And he esteemed him-
Junior E. Bat 3 m. self happy In being admitted to the
by Mrs. F. B. Bekham. little household on terms of the in-
AN OIL REMINDER timacy of an elder brother. In all the
world there was no one else be cared
P. B. Winfree arrived in town Tues- for or who cared for him. Tmen toere was an awrm argumem
day with a force of men to start to When Mrs. Brooks and be re-entered about were I belonged."
remove the machinery and pipe used the apartment and she turned to him "How?"
In prospecting for oil in this* vicinity and told him that it was good to see *"Two cite claimed me. Denver sad
several years ago. The well casing him back she meant it g was born in Omaha, sat Omaha
ha s been purchased by Mr. Camonp o "It Is good to me to be back again." blamed it on Denver. Those that look.
property at Sarasota. The promoters be admitted, "If only for a few bour"* ed after me wen I was a kid got a
spent quite a large sum of money in "Why a few ours. Jimayr? little careless about my educastit and
sinking these wells but were never Williams expects me to take The finally the city of Denver adopted me
fortunate enough to strike even a midnight train for Boston. There Is as a favorite son. Father's galy know.
trace of oiL-Crystal River News. some legal tangle about our dock lease name was Jim. I grabbed It. I ad to
there." have a last one mo the handle, so I
"Oh. I see. Did Joe tell you about ebose Smith, feeling tolerably certila
A S A our good fortune? Ut course you can it would pass the scrutiny of an In-
S|AS T O R IA ee the change," and she made a geS- quisltire world without ralsln a storm
1W TfAT ad ICil A. ture that took In the whole room.then co ded, with a
,k '"You mean the raise In salary and HO paused, then concluded, wyt. a
ab DW TN m fAtuA Bho backpayr9 wan smile:
St"Y -ys. Wasn't it splendid of Captain "You see Emma. I some shy. .
sars the Williams?" "i'm awfully sorry. JMasy, but t
naturee of U "It certainly has agreed with you." doesn't make a lot of difference, does
he responded evasively. "Never saw ft" she said comsollngly.
you look so welL" "No, only that's why I came eastL
The county commissioners of Sum- "Did the captain tell you about It?" The west ain't condueve to pleasant
ter county at their meeting on the "No; be never mentioned I;." recollections."
21st refused a petition, asking that an "Why not?" "It' nothing you could h!p."
election be called for a change in the "Captain Williams has a habit of "No. I fgre you can't always
county site. The ollowing were aT"- keeping a whole lot to himself blame people for what they can't help
Ocala Sept. 28th and 29th to look over It came as a complete surprise-at if a fellow comes Into the world shy,
plans and specifications for the new least to me." he's shy, and ti e banceB are he's
courthouse, namely: W. D). Gamble, "Seems to have done your mother a doing the best be can the very time .be
Thomas Bevill and J. W. Caruthers. whole lot of good. She never did goes to the bad."
shine up to that Harlem fiat" "How? In what way?"
A RARROW 1SCAP1 "In all the years i've tknown. you. "You seem puntedd" h said, moving
Edgar N. Bayiis, a merchant oft msy, youre oeer spoken tf you thei a +t br eecsxt kti \
Robinsonville, Del., wrote: "About two mother or father. I supple you don't sqnarely facing her. "Welt, for in.
years ago I was thin and sick. and care to." stance, out In Denver I knew a fellow
coughed all the time and if I did not An expression of pain flitted over bhis who married a girl who'd bad pretty
have consumption. it was near to it. face mu what she wanted, bt b
I commenced using Foley's Honey and ".O ain't pleasant, b, I te bn hard luc k It w lnt a love matt allW
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and o .t aBot pleasant, snce confessed. fo hard lck. It was a b ove atrb all
now I am entirely well. and have ra Brook W oy for both parties being dean foolish
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to her rather thoughtless remark over each other. WelL he didn't get
good results from taking Foley's Forgive me, Jimsy. I wish I hadn't on. and she had to work pretty hard.
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug- aid that Could" I help to make It Finally he thought her health and
gists. more pleasant? I'd like to," she said spirits were about busted up on ac.
sympathetically, count of the work, and he commenced
The Pensacola liquor men are mak- He gazed at her with a queer look aDproDriating other folks' money-got
SOCALA IRONM WORKS. OCALA, FU
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for the. urpow ofidigr
does the Workpahily. If yli
your ptoae qgaaIt
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old style, Way, which -01 uft
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The sensaaton in motor 4
no need to say anything foi1
Write T. & ABEfTNoI
~BE SURE THEY'RE MEMBERS OF THE LEAGUE
Shippers Can Beat Preet Their tsrs by Desaling with Mmae a
National League of O
OF THE UNITED STATlS '' ;+
Deal For All
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Seventeen Years' ewIste-ce Devoted ta t t e d tw-'
Trade and Protection of the Rights ad Interets of 6 r1pgrW I
TLufi of Members In 2a 9 Import at Prodine ?t=* M 4w -.
Gladly FurnIshed on Application to Businee a Aeur'a *O- 1 "t "
I.ague of Commlion Merchants, Buffalo, N. Y. -
P I. KELLY. Secretary. St. Iouais Mo. A. D GAIL Pre&. aDaO JLU
TO FIT ANY RIMS
TS.TBD-ON CnMM 4,0CUUC K m-l
WE CARRY A COMPLETE uTOCK OF FISK TMM, AS
WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPLUE AUTO
REPAIRING AND TIRE VULCANIZING DOM *
PROMPTLY AT REASONABLE PRIC~S.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 15W
., Moving Pictures
n.a .g uam nNewl
dLa a, ee
VrUURsM gSTu DAT
THR PULL REELS EsAC NIGHT
Prev am fr Thn ERvWngs
THX JND AN 'OFr JERUSALEM
A 2TOVSLSOME LAMP POST
A OOOD-HEARTED POLICEMAN
A 3PZCTATOR'B IMPRESSION
AMSION 10 and 5 CENTS
tapm at s7:8 0P.
L V. TUCKKRIL HUU
Belle ade Sees
Thn Dedldems Candles Can be Had
Odny at dhe
ONCE A FAINT DREAM
BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY
You can positively have your shoes
re-soled and finished off to look like
new, by an electric stithing and fin-
Sishing machine. W. Goodwin. Shew -
maker. Oral, iFa., next Ooor east to
3 CENTS FOR 1 HOURS RUNNING
How is that This is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch
Wesftl ghose electric fans that 1
have just unrelfI. Let me place one
or tw oof t .your home or on
your d ..4 f.. T ucker. the elec-
HARNESS MENDED -
Harmese of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
at g dome. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins A Cobb's stables.
KENTUCKY HuRSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
b4 horses .at- my place at Evinston.
Fla., 'for sale after Aug. 2%th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexngton. Ky. selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
cadsh direct from the stock raisers. I
am In position to save money to pur-
,chaers of good horses. Address, I^
HIL WIUs Jr.. Evinston. Fla.
SETTER THAN SPANKING
Bpakmllig d cure children of
bed-wottll- ti la a constituti'mal
case tfw ,s trouble. Mrs. M. Sum-
mers, iP',"-Slbuth Itnd. Ind., wil'
send fws to any mother her success.-
f home treatment, with full Instruec-
n Send no money, but write her
today ff your children trouble you In
thia way. Don't blame the child, the
echaces are It can't help it. Thit
treatment also cures adults and nged
people tror.-sed with urine difficulties
by day or Blgt. 71
TOMPKINS GOING TO MARKET
Our Mr. D. W. Tompkins will leave
Monday for the markets of the west
sam middle states to buy new stock
for the stables, livery business and
the sales department.' Mr. Tompkins
win vipit all of the great stock sales
Smad will buy a lot of good animals. He
will be pleased to care for any special
order that any one from this section
wishes to entrust to him and will
make a careful selection of Just the
horse you wish giving you the benefit
of his experience and the vast num-
bers he will have to select from.
: Tompkins & Cobb.
* Livery Men and Horse Dealers.
INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have Just received a lot of the
eeerat- Halophan, glass shades for
eleett lights. These shades increase
S light power 75 per cent. Try
thm. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
GOLD WATCH LOST
* A asm watch, hunting case. Wal-
th m vement. Initials IM. C. on face
Of ts Ftnder will please return 'o
SeN Cndy, Holder Block and receive
MI00lD-IUsAa BAGS WANTED
At the pleat of the Florida Packing
and lee Co., Ocala, la.
HOUSE FOR RENT
A splendIdly located six-room house
*ear high school in good condition.
bath and electric lights. Apply at
I. of P. meet ,'onday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday nlght.
Eagles meet Wedesday evening.
*Waukesha' Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Mr. J. G. Lege of Woodmar, was In
The children mn get their
skates at the Osala News Ce.
other places for the past three months
returned home last night on the 9:30
train. Mr. Bridges met them in Jack.
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your d-aler; he'll
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe are ar-
ranging the details for their trip *o
the Pacific coast. In their journey
acrors the Rocky Mountains to the
S attle Eximnsition they will visit th-.
show lace of America, Yellowstone
Park. The Stalr wishes them a safe
and pleasant trip.
Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
II) niore for iL than. other
High grade Flour. E.
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft
Rev. Tom Cooper of Crystal River.
was in town today.
Mrs. Sidney Halle and children are
visiting friends in Lake. City.
Tampa has has its first shocking
auto accident. Ocala hasn't had one-
The best package f per, linen
elotb finish, 25 ents perpound, and
envelopes to match at Osael News Co.
Mrs. J. A. (rumbles and little boy.
of Holder, were in town today, shop-
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located in first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
J. T. Gamble, section foreman at
Leroy. paid Ocala a fraternal call to-
day and autographed for the Star.
Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets Just received at the Court
Jim Blair of Oklawaha, was In the
city today with his horst. and wagon.
I with a view of selling same.
Phone us for you prescriptions. We
cail and deliver them. The Court
Mr. Dixon Irvine, the philosopher of
the Orange Lake section, was a call-
er In town today.
The latest copywright books and the
finest general line of books ever shown
in this city at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Ausley. of Martel. paid his
semi-monthly visit to the metropolis
of Marion today.
Have you seen the new vlsible Pay-
Rholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
Mr. A. Solders of Columbu. Ohio.
with the Bucher Engraving Co., is in
the city a guest of the Montezuma.
A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hoielry for women has
been recolved at Fishel's.
FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
Colbert at tax collector's office.
Sumter Brooks, the Zuber merch-
ant and postmaster. was in the city
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.
All of the high school books and sup-,
plies are now in. You can get the
high school books only at the Ocala
Isaac Nix. a prosperous farmer near
Belleview, was In town today and
said he made splendid crops this sea-
Jergen's Talcum Powder. large cans
holding nearly a pint each. guaranteed
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar-
C. A. Carter, an Industrious farmer
of Leroy. was in town today and
showed his appreciation for the Star
by subscribing for another year.
WANTED-A capable and reliable
housekeeper, aged fo-ty or over. No
menial duties: good pay to the right
party. Apply at Star office.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson of Tampa. who
spent several days in Ocala with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin.
returned home today.
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 Postofflce Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert (erlg. who
have been spending a month at their
former home in South Carolina. re-
turned home last night.
WANTED-An Intelligent boy. 12 #o
1C years old. to act as office boy and
learn the business. Apply at once to
Ocala Lumber and Supply company.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges and son. Ieroy.
who have been at Wicisa. N. C.. and
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 ie-r week.
ARGYLE Cr TTAC.E-Furnished;
running wait-r. $5 lper week.
ILAIR VILL..A-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
w.t%-r: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. 125 per month.
Iavid S. Woodrow.
II.,!der Block, Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. Sarah Leslie of Tampa. who
recently purchased the Alfred Aver
A GOOD SHOW THIS EVENING
The Blind Man of Jerusalem." an
Incident of scripture history, will be
the principal subject at the Air Dome
tonight, and will be followed by "The
Glories of Sunset," an artistically
beautiful Illustration, and four other
fine subjects. The pictures last night
were superb, especially "A War-Time
k'weetheart" and "The Advantages of
FINE DOG POISONED
Mr. E. M. IlHoward's fine setter dog
has been ptitoned by some miscreant.
The dog was one of the prettiest and
best trained in town. Mr. Howard
had owned him for a long time and
both he and Mr.4. Howard were deeply
attached to the animal.
FINEST STOCK EVER FOUND
Of Pattern and Trimmed Hats Will
be at Nash's Store in a
New York. Sept. 2.
To the Evening S.tar: I'l-ase irp-
form the I'oIle of Ocala that we have
bought the finest stock of pattern and
trimmed hats ever shown in Ocala.
1Be sure and wait for our opening,
0t t. 4th and 5th and be well repaid.
Respectfully. G. A. Nash.
LESEUER HOUSE ROBBED
Mrs. Rossie LeSeuer's boarding
house.on North Main street was en-
tered last night by thieves who made
thmeslves free in the pantry, dining
room and refrigerator. Among other
things taken were seven loaves of
bread, two pumpkin pies, two cans oft
preserves and half a dollar in silver.
The robbers entered through a win-
Mrs. Minnie Bostick announces in
this Issue that she will be pleased to
have the ladie-s call at her store in the
I eala House M1rnday. Sept. 27th, ant
see her fine display of nw fall and
winter millinery gowld. The goods
are exceptionally stylish and hand-
some and a visit will be both profit-
able and interesting.
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
4ce 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. Handley house, one of the
most convenient and best built houses,
lage lot and all conveniences in the
house, located in third ward near high
school building, for rent or sale. Ap-
ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder
Block, Ocala, Fla.
THE BEST PROTECTION
Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in Ocals. A telephone is better
than insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need qui'k action. You get
that day or night with a teplehone.
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. (Orala Telephorne Co. ,
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
Purnished rooms wanted for light
housekeeping at one,. close to busi-
ness part of town. Apply at Star of-
Will have her Elegant Line
Which Wil Taim Plme en Laying the
Theater Next Thrsday
1. Masons will meet at Masonic
hall at 3 p. m.
2. Procession will form at Masonic
hall at 3:30. led by officers of Grand
Lodge and other Masons and headed
3. Ceremonies of laying the cor-
nerstone begin at 4 p. m.
4. Oration as conclusion of cere-
monies by Grand Lodge orator.
6. Special meeting at Masonic hail
at 7:30 p. m. for exemplification of
work by Grand Lodge officers.
All Masons and the public are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Dr. and Mrs. Percy E. Williams of
Savannah. will arrive in Ocala tomor-
row to visit Dr. William's father. Mr.
E. T. Williams and other relatives
and the home of his youth. Dr. Will-
iams has not visited Ocala since he
moved from here ten years ago. and
his wife. to whom he was married
last April, has never seen our city.
Dr. Williams has built up a good
practice in Savannah and has Invent-
ed a number of useful appliances for
the dental profession, which he has
Mr. Fred Barnett. of Jacksonville.
a son of Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Barnett
of this city, is the guest of his par-
ents. He has been suffering for
some time from nervous prostration
and is taking a rest, hoping to be re-
stored to health. Mr. Barnett is a
bright young lawyer, with brilliant
prospects and we hope for him a
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Carney returned
from their summer outing in Ten-
nessee last night. Ere Mrs. Carney
reached here a dispatch was received
for her announcing the death of her
mother. Mrs. Wilson. who had been
spending the winter for several years
% ith Mrs. Carney She had been suf-
fering some time with paralysis.
which was the cause of her death.
In her sorrow. Mrs. Carney has the
sympathy of the community.
Mr. Tom Sexton is out again after
in illness of a week. Mr. Sexton re-!
turned last week from a visit of in-!
'pection to a miAe he Is interested
in at Douglass. Arizona. He was sick?
all the time he was away and had to
take to his bed upon his return. Mr.
S-xton says the mining proposition
looks good and all they need is the
railroad, which is being built out to
Will be pleased to have all the Ladies
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY
Everybody boost education and help
the school. It should make us all op- Q
timists to read of the fine openings
of so many splendid schools. Help[
the campaign of education in every.
way. Inspire our boys and girls to
attain the best preparation for the pe
rreat coming problems to be solved in co
Florida in the next fifty years. Our go
boys can be leaders in the great fight an
or better things in government and
n life. The boy of today will be the
nan of tomorrow.-DeSoto County
Patrons De present Monday with
your children; school officials be on
Mr. Edward Henderson. son of Will
T. Henderson, across the river, came
in with his father today to enter our
school Monday. Mr. Henderson will
board with Mrs. George Close. He is
a graduate of the Fellowship school.
Dr. W. H. Dodge, pastor of the
P'esbyterian church, is home from
Jacksonville, where he filled the pul-
pit of the Presbyterian church during
the summer. He was among his old
parishioners, in fact the founder of
that church and for whom he preach-
ed for a quarter of a century and he
is so much in favor with his old
friends that they insisted that he
come back and serve them.
Miss Ettie Cam, teacher of the 4th
grade in our school and who spent
the summer with her mother near
Tallahassee, arrived last night and
will be ready for duty Monday.
GLOBE GETTING READY
FOR FALL BUSINESS
Rector Campbell Gray and his fam- We are getting our store and stock
ily will arrive next Wednesday from straightened out. We had so many
DeLand and assume the duties of goods coming in that we had to ar-
looking after the Episcopal parish and range the stock, economize in space
to preach for the members of Grace and use all sorts of methods to find
church. Ocala will tender Mr. Gray!room for the immense new #line of
and family a cordial welcome. The Fall and Winter Goods. We are now
new rector is a son of Bishop Gray of ready for our customers and have for
Orlando and Is not unknown in this them the finest line'of new goods that
city. we have ever shown in Ocala.
Miss Ellen Clarkson, who has been
visiting relatives in Massachusetts. .
the former home of her father for Miss Wienona Wetherbee. who has
several months, returned yesterday been spending the summer in Massa-
afternoon. hMis. Clarksoeturne had a most chusetts among her father's relatives.
df lightful visit, returned home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. R. G. Blake and daughter. Miss
Irma. returned today from a month's
stay at ft.therland. They were there
at the opening of the college, which
was a great success.
Miss Belle Hodge returned Friday
morning from several months' visit at
Miiami. On last Sunday she was one
of a party who spent the day at
state and she had the time of her life.
" Hon. Julian S. Carr of Durham, S.
C.. a well known statesman and to-
bacco grower, is in the city for a
day's visit with his cousins. Judge W.
S. and Attorney R. B. Bullock. Mr.
Carr is a Sumter county property
owner and will visit that county be-
fore returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dayton Har-
Inireton iwho were marrled at Suther-
Mrs. t. t. Carroll and little Merris., 1 % -i ^ l d U
ho have be sperolanding a we rrin land two weeks ago, and have been
who have been spending a weekIn spending their honeymoon at the
Jacksonville with Mrs. Carroll's sis- bride's former home in Micanopy.
ter. Mrs. Ramsauer. returned home came down last night to make a visit
last night. to Mrs. Harrington's sister. Miss Mar-
l garet Peace. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Detective Rhoades of the A. C. L.. Martin at the latter's residence.
returned home today from a visit to
Hi'iselhurst. Ga.. bringing with him a Mr. B. B. Johnson. the teacher at
very fine dog. iFairfield. accompanied by Mr. W. A.
S D. Perry. an Industrious farmer Simpson of the same place, were here
I. D. Perry, an industrious farmer today and interviewed Supt. J. H.
of Fort McCoy was in town today Brinson on school matters.
and autorranhed for the Star. He insn on school matters.
TAMPA SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
Regular telegraph operator in charge assted by mRRpPtMiwmb=&
nmanshlp, typewriting, spelling, let ter-writinh sa oafte pseee with
mmercial and railway telegraph. Stadeats go from the cae dCret o
od positions on the road. Three months, $26; life arhe #*m pi .
d .room at $15 a month. Enter now.
THE FLORIDA CONCRETE AND PAINGi C
We at% prepared to 611 yiwyr s far esme wek ofVsr Wd,
Manufacturerof hu id iM"i e, hume- m Mmlen
blocks, and all kinds of paving mtel. We eP*ls kUs-i wm i7md
our motto is "to please."
Temporary quarters, phee *UL /
JAMES R. MOORHEAC. MOR.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
An Institution of the First Rank, sup-
ported by State and Federal Funds,
for Florida Young Men. f
Thorough Courses Leading to DOgres
of B. A, B. Sc, M. A, M. So,
and LL. B.
In Arts and Sciences; Agriculture;
Chemical, Civil, Electrical amn Me
ehanical Engineering; Law; Nor
School; Graduate SchooL Expenses
Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue wre
A. A. MURPHREE, A. M, LL. D.
A PORTRAIT ARTIST
Mr. P. A. Augerstine, a well known
European genre and portrait painter.
a graduate of the Royal Academy of
Fine Arts at Berlin. is in the city, a
guest of the LeSeuer House. He has
won considerable fame as a type
painter, having been awarded several
medals for merit at Brussels. Berlif
and Paris. He will open a studio at
No. 10 Fort King avenue with Messrs.
Parramore and Halsell. Mr. Auger-
stind will be pleased to receive vis-
itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It
will be interesting to see him at work.
He also has on exhibition several
finely executed oil paintings, which
are open for inspection,
SUITS TO ORDER
Mr. B. H. Sanders has opened an
office at 35 South Main street, where
he Is prepared to show a very fine lime
of samples and take orders for suits
that are bound to fit and w'l give ex-
cellent values. Gime him a calL
FOR RENT OCTOER 1
The residence now occpled by Mrs.
James Pyles will be for rent Oct. 1st;
corner Watula and South Fburtb
streets. Apply to ILH. C. Jones.
I have sold to Mr. F. W. Ditto my
FLO A STATE OICE
A College without a parasd i the
South, o~erla degrees a a Im lemes
in the follows department:
L A School of Iberal SrtS
11. A Scebool of ladael Arts.
UI. A Sqbood a lime Arts.
IV. A Sebool at gof renS.
S. A Scool aor d esahers.
No Tuitin. Other xpessme very IMM.
Wr information addr :
EDWARD CORADI, M. A. PH. D,
CARD Or WAUn '
We ke this method of thakleg
the public throe h the delumeas
your paper for the liberal tremage
that aa bee exts ed us throeu
the past saoa Is or bedlum, a
we have ot bees able to deliver
tars, an the e tre adatrG aw a
whole bought more ear than the
Buick factory eould prje11 Wq
are jugst In receipt of lttes giv1
us a slight inkling of or 1910 pro-
duct, aauring us of the baet th
there will be so qumesatla the fW-
ture that we will be cared for. Owu
1910 modeb will be rea for de-
livery the lit of November, SI
we have the asmrmae that tf we
should seed 100 ears we am dela v
the same. Our models 10 ad 11
will betatiane, bt the omne-
pow will be ereased 0 per emn.
We win abe have a8 Mad knewa
as No. 18, practeclly the mMe as
our NO. 17. oaly slightly a amar
car, and will sell for sheet $14"
omplet, and we think thi model
will hold the rest of teM for q-lte
a while. We wll als have a $M*,
a runabout, 2-eyllMde, eppesd
motor a frost. ader the bai r.
Ceon eutch I n y wheel sL wecie
type traa"Mi a double hdam
drive, Mxh 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the pub that ae far ea
puagng through an d I omnmwL
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.,
We. the undersigned. have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
ale to carry out any obligations made
by hi. firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, acting upon the Jood and mu-
eous surfaces of the system Testl-
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
CARLOAD Or: BRUSH CAR&
The Gainesville Motor Car company
received and unloaded seven Brush
runabout automobiles in Gainesville
yesterday, and. all except one of them'
are sold. -Mr. R. R. Carroll of this
city is agent for Marion county for
Mesdames Haycraft and DeCamp
will hold their fall millinery opening
next Tuesday and Wednesday. Their
announcement is in this issue of the
Star. They have a magnificent line
of the newest and most stylish milli-
nery and the ladies will be well re-
paid by a visit to their store.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson of Oldtown
was a welcome visitor to the city to-
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