Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03282
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Room 9., 10 and 11.
d-sd FPloor. Holder Block.


Dental Surgeon

low ow dd D-a Bnk
Phene 211
O bIams: 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m.

1& e---seemd Floor The Muaroe &
Chamblles Bank Buildiag, Oeala.

ITmpam---OUcm, 222; Residence,
. Ole Howrs-4 to 1 a. m.; 2 to 4
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n-midm-1 SureIM
Ose"al PrMetiee Car Made Promptly
Nigt or Day
SpeMdl AUttenIe to Obsettrie, Di-
seses of Wemoen and Chldren
QCes: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building4*
Mea Florw: Phoaes, Office No. 333.
%moLe..L NO. UD

Judge Fite of Gorgia Iseues War.
rants for Federal Officials ad
Defies the U. S. Cowrt
Atlanta, Sept. 2C.-By his order to
Sheriff Thurman to disobey the orders
of the United States circuit court,
Judge A. W. Fite. of Dade county, is
In open rebellion against the United
States. Judge Fite., at Trenton, Go..
yesterday ordered Thurman nat to
comply with the writ of habeas corpus
issued by United States Circuit Judge
W. T. Newman of this city. This
writ commanded the sheriff to produce
forthwith the body of Charles K. Ste-
gall, a government gauger who refus-
ed to testify before the Dade county
grand Jury because as an lIternal
revenue officer he Is sworn to reveal
to no one anything he learns by vir-
tue of his position. Judge Fte there-
upon put him In Jail .for contempt.
Judge Fite also ordered the arrest of
United States Internal Revenue Col-
lector H. A. Rucker of this city.
United States Attorney Tate secured.
a writ for Rucker, who is a negro,
before the sheriff could get his pris-
oner out of the city. Rucker is want-
ed for instructing Stegall not to tes-
When Thurman left Atlanta be
promised to have Stegall in cowrt
here yesterday, but allied. The Ruck-
er case was set for yesterday, too, but
Judge Newman continued both until
Weddieday. When the federal offi-
cers heard of Judge Fite's order, they
were angry and announced that the
Stegall came would be called Monday.
and if the Dade county sheriff is not
present a deputy marshal will go for
him with a warrant for contempt.
Then if he pleads Judge Fite's order.
a warrant for Judge Fite will be is-
"We propose to have Stegall and to
enforce the authority of the United
States court if we have to move that
Dade county Jail up here," remarked
one federal official.
The trouble arose out of the sup-
posed existence of a distillery In
Dade county, in a prohibition dis-
trict." The mere fact that a gauger
Is stationed tlere Indicated to the
minds of the county officials that the
law was being violated.
"And instead of getting a search
warrant and going into the place," re-
marked a federal official, "this Judge
tried to make his case by forcing a
government officer to violate his oath.
for if he testified he would lose his
Job. be fined a thousand dollars and
be imprisoned a year."

was seen in the red face. hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adamns
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from ecmema had, for five years, de-
fled alj remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes is
mother. "seven bottles of Eleetric Bit-
ters completely cured him." -Fr erup-
tions. ecsema, salt rheum, merea and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only 5ec.
Guaranteed by all druggists.


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

Alabama Judge Delares Meet Radical
Section of the Fuller MIl is
Mobile. Sept. 2.L-In the saperior
criminal court yesterday Judge Jules
E. Alford has declared section 24 of
the Fuller prohibition law, which
prevents the transportation of liquors
from one person to another, )aopera-
tive and discharged two men who
were arrested here Saturday last with
a wagon In which were barred of
whisky and beer which they claimed
they obtained from a railroadd com-
Judge Alford in his opinion said
that the law, or that portion of It re-
ferred to, was not a reasonable exer-
cise of police powers. He based his
opinion on one recently rendered by
Judge Sayre of the supreme court in
the case of Wedge vs. City of Bes-
The decision is a blow to the pro-
hibitionists, who by this section hop-
ed to prevent liquors from coming
Into the state in any great quantities.
It was the most powerful weapon they
had in the entire bill.
Solicitor N. E. Stallworth says that
the declaring of section 24 of the Ful-
ler bill unconstitutional left the state
without any appeal and the decision
of Judge Jules E. Alford is snam.
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 conatlpation.
Cleanses the system and is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
Bat thme tate ham An-th.r Chaam ta



Of the Confederate Navy, who Drove
the Commerce of the United
States from the Seas
New Orleans. La.. Sept. 27.-By
command of General Clement A. Ev-
ans, commander-In-chief of the Unit-
ed Confederate Veterans, and in ac-
cordance with resolutions adopted at
the last annual reunion, today has
been set aside throughout the South
for the observance of the one hun-
dredth anniversary of the birth of
Rear Admiral Raphael Semmes. one
9f the most celebrated heroes of the
Confederate States Navy.
Admiral Semmes was born In Char-
les county, Maryland, Sept. 27. 1809.
In 1829 he was appointed a midship-
man In the United States Navy. and
In the ensuing winter made his first
cruise in the sloop of war Lexington.
He saw service during the war with
Mexico, assisted at the landing of
and was present at the taking of the
General Taylor's army at Monterey
City of Mexico.
At the outbreak of the Civil War
he resigned his commission and im-
mediately offered his services to the
Confederate States government.- He
purchased the Habana, a propeller
packet of 500 tons, plying between
New Orleans and Cuba. and hastily
tquipped her as a commerce destroy-
er. This vessel he renamed the Sum-
ter, and succeeded in taking her out
of New Orleans. which was blockad-
ed by the Federals. For several
months he cruised along the coast of
South America and made many rich
In the latter part of 1861 he crossed
the Atlantic, arriving at Cadiz Jan. 2.
1162. Being closely blockaded at Gi-
braltar, he sold his ship and with sev-
eral of his officers went to England
and thence to the Bahama Islands.
Soon afterwards he was commission-
ed captain and sent to England to
take command of the new ship build-
ing In the Mersey for the Confeder-
ate States.
Captain Semmes commissioned the
vessel as the Confederate man-of-
war Alabama. and on Aug. 24. 1862,
began a series of daring and success-
ful cruises, lasting nearly two years.
On Jan. 11, 1865, he fought and sank
the U. S. steamer Hatteras off Gal-
veston. The following June he en-
countered in the English Channel. off
Cherbourg, the U. S. steamer Kear-
sarge, in command of Capt. Winslow.
After one of the most desperate nav-
al battles of the war. Semmes sur-
rendered and twenty minutes later
the jAlabama sank. Captain Semmes
escaped by jumping overboard, and a
few months later returned home and
was'commissioned rear admiral. With
the close of the war he returned to
his home in Mobile, and devoted the
remainder of his life to the practice
of law. His death occurred Aug. 30,





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is mnde in this way.

into a qu..rt of milk and
frt ze it. 'That can Le dneo
in about ten minutes.
S lThere is nothin-gtoadd, for
the powder suppl)i s every-
thin-,. and there il bo qouk-
iag or anything else to do.
You will have two quarts
of ddicions ice cieam for the
aal cost of two dishes.
S a*pmams t 2 9sf
lltrated Recipe Pook Free.
Tk, Goe m rare FOO .I&e may, .Y.

to high grade and quality,
and store, receives a great d
time and attention, as our
facilities for supplying large
orders will amply attest.
you want a lead pencil or a
ger, a note book or a letter
worth your while to come
around, and compare prices.


vur Og stock o new and up-w-
date fall and winter goods is now on
display and ready for your inspec-
Dress goads, millinery, trimmings, ST JOSEPHS ACADEMY
laces, shoos, hats, clothing, and every-
thing that you can get at a first-clas LORETTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
dry goods store, you will find at theETT (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA
Globe, and at less money than you Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St. JoseLb. Toung
can get the same goods for elwhere *Boy from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical. Intel-
The Globe, Ocala, Fla. lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Heal thy Location, Magnificent Swimming
HARNESS MENDED Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolr ooms. Dormitories, Dining Hall and
rnsHARNESS MENDED Recreation Roon.a.
Harness of all kinds mended or new Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.
a r --Death of a Famous Georgia Politician
NERY and Former Congressman
for office Cartersville. Ga.. Sept. 2L.-Dr. Wil-
leal of our liam H. Felton. who represented this
stock and district in Congress for three terms,
and small died at his home here last night.
prhugeled TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS Have Your Lawn Mower Sharpei
in, look Carlisle Center, N. Y., 0G. B. Burhan',
writes: "About four years ago I wrote Latest M methods
you that I had been entirely cured of
'ANY kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and afte-r
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have never had any return of We have Just reeei
E1 those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney LIwn MOWer Gfnder
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
1* hIv all drumeist. fOr the DurDmIe Of li


, .

ned by the Very

ived one of the fmom Idll
,a numacine ubefl ~t
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ATRAGEDY ~"' IThe Playing Will Hav to upn

French Military Ballon Exploded
and Four Aeronauts Came to the
Earth with Fatal Force
Moulinsrance, Sept. 2.-While Good Old School Days WlSoon
passing over the national road which
I leads from Paris to Antibes, and when
at a height of between 65 and see
feet the French dirigible military bal-
loon Republique exploded yesterday And fl- m m -U
and fell to the ground.. The four men M
on board were killed. They were Iatoft emu s noet O" w ;
Capt. Marshal. Lieut- Phaure and
Sub-Lieuts. Vinecnor and Beaux. Is CO lle. PN ed u PaS
The car fell straight down, carry-
Ing the fluttering remnants of the LU- .
envelope and the occupants were S nsa-SI Sled ama Chinu i S a %"2 0 -e
buried beneath the wreckage. All were
dead except Ueut. Phaure, but he liv-
ed only a few minutes after being re-
moved. The balloon suddenly burst
and collapsed. It seemed to oscillate
violently a moment prior to this, as JamS Of all s Gl va Jal A.'Ap
though it had been struck, and fell B4
with the rapidity of a stone. fa" mPve s h y u o eei s, l v o f
car hadsbeen literallycruspplhed. and O Ve ChOW nChOW, PA les. ApF ~e P e a PA .
amid the mass of tangled steel and
wire every man expect Phaure could
be seen at his post. Capt Marchal
was In a sitting position, his body A lO
thrown back and his eyes wide open.A full aSSOrtment of FaNcy C inbak m-
The bodies of the sub-lieutenants lay
mangled beneath the cylinder of the for School Lunch. All the Natiaa B% it CeA
motor. Phaure's body was lying half
outside, as if possible he had tried to g 4
jump during the descent. Apparently go S to PAC0Is7 5C An 1 l .
the death in the case of the three
men had been Instantaneous from the
shock when they struck the earth,
and the weight of thd heavy rigging

elo.ed the cause of the accident. TheDON
axle of the right propeller had broken
and the propeller had passed through
the envelope, falling in a field about I
150 yards away.
HOVWSTHIS We have the nicest kinds of Lunch Basets and L h 10
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can- at I 15 and 25 c ts
not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure.
r. J. Cheney & Co, -
Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. Cheney for the last 15 years,and. K QROCERY HARVEY CLARK Pr rier
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made 2
by his firm. 2 PHONES 174
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 75e per bot-
tle. Sold by al druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipaton.
HURRYING HOME Be saethatitIswlhaipdt thewN sot temsn
lpoW4 tals ed or scaly.
Telegraphs from Indian Harbor that Att
Found the Pole A tlan
Halifax, N. S.. Sept. 2.-Harry
Whitney of New Haven, Conn., who Pu V it L d
was with Dr. Frederick A. Cook at (Dmkbmay
Annatok and to whom Dr. Cook !s (IDwitha e vbasepal ma keh )
said to have given a detailed account 3 uWEthadliat urd- A in-
of his trip to the pole, has sent a W=4sothatwm3= !2 tadbb .* .
wireless message from Indian Harbor, habetI meiv the e at wiheb rl.
Labrodor. in answer to the question.,Zat C Irat en havo the bad
"Did Cook reach the pole" saying: white lead--ekindwtht
"I have no reason to doubt Cook's Dutch Day Ba aitrlca The g. i
statement."Wrer owma
Has Coo's InstrumentsOu&N6 whilhImd& spn
St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 26.-Accord- O tatad bo w ich schdeium..
ing to dispatches received here, Har-
ry Whitney, who Is now at Indian V'r eledasW*ia WA las
Harbor, says that Dr. Cook told him
at Etah last April that he had reach-
ed the pole, but pledged him to sec-
recy. Dr. Cook also left with him cer-
tain documents and instruments, that
he is bringing to the United States.
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The ceagr.gati at the Baptist M
ekMea was tgeste W a wry me ser- a
mod by the pageo, gBev. I. Gabby. c
oh bome for I&it at ae 1th and 17th 1
verses of the n hap er of Timothy (
sad from them s ewed boew esaetis a
It was for ChristssM to be taught, be- I
neve and prastle Goes words and be t
fouadd in desme, for that was I
simply another ausoe r being taught. L
The dlseoore was so earnestly spok- I
an hi short, ep wrds, that it eft ,
a deep Impremimln ia Illustration of i
thae asned pests In the crown of
Mazimn was aot aely beautiful, lut ]
strike sh, Whi bew these dazzlmg
briantse lost their ster and beauty a
by bei.lang bM away and hew necessary C
It was for tte emasper to build a cell ]
N the eternal was W of the seashore.
and there pae the precios- gems, so e
that In the aetion st the ever moving
and breaking wve- they eould again
be rsgtored n their U native element to
iMe and beauty. Thus the soul and
spirit tof ortal emould ony shine with
the perfume and splendor of God's
graee by being ader the constant
care Oad watggms- et God. He said v
ehureb diaipmne was almost a lost
art, because people bad become so
waideitag in their afdsetons for the
elhurch and tree spiritual life, that to
be edmonished ot their shortcomings
as taught In Goef word touched aa
semMauve pride In their own ego that
made them rsssatful towards the man
who bore down upeo them for their
disregard of the doctrine and discip-
line as revealed In the Bble. He ap-
preciated the fact that It was dan-
geroos ground to tread upon, that is,
to give his people a good, red-hot
sermon on church doctrine and dis-
ciplne, as spokes in the Bible, but to
do his duty be had to administer It.
The sermon was ready and would be
spoken; he was only taking a respite,
feeling his way with his conscience,
which was bebng keyed up to do Its
duty'and this he bad to do to be
faithful 'to his calling and his obliga-
tions to the best Interests of the
church and God.
Dr. Dodge, pastor of the Presbyter-
ian ehumre, was at his best last night
and those who favored him with their
presence were Indeed Impressed and
Instructed. He spoke from the 40th
verse of the 10th chapter of Luke.
After detailing Christ's power over
ama ad beast and his marvelous
work hr the rejuvenation of the world.
4 sthe wonderfo spectacle
"* .bSeg aesmed itin ew aork har-n
*mer. In the o f Ntf trC discov-
Sthei udson river -30 years ago
and -obert. Pulton's great gift to
mankind In his stem engine. How
tesa of thousands were rocking there
to attest their pleasure and Interest
in. e, the olob tion of Jme Memora-
be evena. This was iht and prop-
er. We should remember our ben-
efanetios and those who were the
'".sh ecters. Men of science and art
dsemve our recognition. as they were
very large factors In the world's pro-
Wae but the blase of glory that shot
areess and Illuminated the horizon in
the harbor of New ork City and the
bsts that had aleembled to attest
their Interest Ih this memorable event,
suggested e query and, subject of
kN discourse: If Christ should come
-and coming he is. as certain as the
aun wilt rie In the morning-what
reception or ovation would be accord-
ad him The learned doctor of divin-
ty showed plainly from passages of
scripture. wBhih he read, that Christ
would again appear on earth, the day
ad years no one could name, but he
was coming, and surely his welcome
would outshine the pageants of the
ages. He gave his hearers something

in attendance Sunday morning and of
te 14 teachers only one was absent,
Mrs. Edlward Carmilohael, who Is now
a Omaha. Mrs. Mrs. A. Standley, who
was the founder of the Baraca class
y6an 50 andl It. frst and only
teacher up to the present time, has
reel-d, and Mr. John L. Edwards il
eW Is earlge. Mrs. Standley has
done a generous, loving work for the
young men she enrolled In the class,
ot only been their faithful teacher.
but won their esteem and love by her
motherly admonltlon and watchful-
ness over them and the fruit of that
self-sacrifice and denial in a noble
causm his given young men to the
etiseashIp of Ocala that we are all

Smreafter the aar will make a

SCage for ob tearie from Individ-
- a, ledges, Smnsy schools and
A r eAo In exmss of M lines on the
deat1 of ne pereo. This was for-
merly the rule of the paper, but of
late. we have not been enforcing It;
eomsequently the privilege has been
consaidrably exceeded.

Mr. and Mrs A. Gerig, promi-
ment people of Oeala., were In the city
yesterday, and are pleasatly domi-
ciled at the Park Hotel. Mr. Gerig Is
cashier of one of the large banks in
his city and also is manager of the
baseball nine that did so much for
their home town this summer.-
This sall right except for a few
Imnacceracs. Mr. Oerig i cashier of
the Muaroe & Chambliss Bank, the
oldest fnasncial Isltttutil la the city
and one of the most popular and suc-
essful. But It eaa hardly be said be
is at the head of our baseball aggre-
gaties. That honor belongs to Mr. E.
C. Bennett. Mr. Gerig, however, Is the
ecognalsd head of our splendid Met-


was sorry that all the graduates who
ad passed out had not been able to
pursue their studies. If you propose
o succeed, have high ideals and per-
Istently follow to the end. He told
he Interesting history of a young
nan who longed to go through a uni-
ersity. His parents were poor and
he boy a frail, delicate person. He
would not seen how it could be done.
o he confided his hopes and aspira-
tons to his mother. She encouraged
Im. He studied so hard, that as he
attempted to pass through each school
lading to the university, his health
ailed and he had to recover his phys-
cal energies, to renew, but with the
are of learning In his heart he tri-
imphed. but In this case left the uni-
ersity shortly before he finished his
morse to accept a teacher's position
nd while at this duty word came he



Haycraft & DeCamp


the opening of our high school this
>rimng was a most auspicious one.
good omen was the cheers the pu-
* sent up when the bell sounded at
3. which was the signal to fall Into
e and march to their respective rec-
tion rooms, which they did with a
ad that showed an enthusiasm in
e cause they represented and were
listed for the session of 1909-10.
Every grade had its representative
itrons, but the high school repart-
nt proper had probably the largest
lendance of spectators. Among the
es whom we noted were Rev. W. H.
idge. Rev. R. H. Barnett. Rev. H. E.
*bby, RC. Loveridge, Frank Turn-
Supt. J. H. Brinson, ex-Supt W.
Carn, Isaac Stevens. chairman of
e public school board. Mrs. E. P.
ents, Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Mrs. D. W.
via.s, Mrs. T. E. Bridges. Mrs. J. L
awards, Mrs. George W. Martin. the
itor of the Star and several others
hom we did not know.
Miss Sarah McCreary, assistant
incipal of the school, outlined the
ogram. First came singing by the
hool, hymn No. 269, Miss Mary
item leading on the organ. Then Rev.
arnett read the 19th and 20th Psalm
ith effect, which Dr. Dodge reinfore-
I with an earnest and eloquent
Principal Workman asked the edi-
r of the Star to speak an oration,
id not to say nay. We had our say,
id Incidentally called the attention
the school to a few observations
e had made on our trip west of the
essence at the school houses of the
. M. C. A. buildings and associa-
Ins, and the evidence of the interest
e people of the land took in the ed-
cation of their children. To become
ell acquainted with the geography
ad history of their country, to im-
be the true spirit of what Old Glory
ood for and by their citizenship at-
t their patriotism and love of
Rev. Gabby was the next speaker.
ad a very interesting and happy talk
proved. He injected a great deal of
umor Into his talk by saying he had
ast come from Miss Borger's room,
ad had spoken to the children, but
>t until she had assigned him a sub-
ct, which was "Faithfulness to
uty." Now he wanted Prof. Work-
an to assign him a subject. Prof.
Vorkman refused to assign him a
abject. but Insisted he repeat his ad-
ress delivered In the other room.
Rev. Gabby told the experience of a
person who went to hear a preacher
ie morning who discoursed on the
object, "Peter's wife's mother lay
J." He was so pleased with the ser-
on that he went to hear the same
reacher In the evening, but to his
smay the text and the sermon were
he same he had heard in the morn-
hg. He grinned and bore It. and was
asked up the next morning by the
ngorous tolling of the bell and in-
mtfly be exclaimed that It must be
aomncent the death of Peter's
Life's mother. And so It was. The
4d lady died of too much fever, and
at was was what he feared for his ad-
ress, but nevertheless he made a
uagnicent presentation of duty, the
orod t hatXGeal Robert Z. Lee said
Vas the sweetest and grandest word
n our language. He said there could
e no failure in any one's life If he or
he did faithfully and conscientiously
he things to do. Application was one
f the essentials. Education was to
arn to concentrate, to keep your eye
'r hours on the point of a needle.
iuch effort meant something, as the
in focused through a glass on an ob-
at would burn a hole In It. To learn
> concentrate was the great lesson
be learned. Education was not so
much a specialization as concentra-
ion. He said In his experience he
noted a youth who was very studious,
nd he wondered at his application to
is studies. He thought he would go
uletly up to him and admonish the
outh not to kill himself in one day
tudying, but to let up and go at it
gain. To his surprise he found that
south's eyesa were glued to a copy of
Diamond Dick." That he did not call
mncentration, but dissipation.
He said the great problem of youth
nd manhood was not concern about
making livings, any one could do that,
ut to make a "life." His parting in-
unction was, "Be good who may, not
Dr. Dodge followed. He referred *o
he fact that there were many new
ices which showed some had gone
Higher and new ones had come In. He


Tuesday and Wednesday

September 28 and 29

Your Presence is



encouragement the visitors adjourn-
ed and the pupils set to work. WeR SHOP
forgot to mention that all the speak- BA IBLI EN
ers were loudly applauded.
It was" the most auspicious opening )Ipel jInto the LobL,, cf the Oeala
the school has ever had. The total wn...-

Wish to announce their Annual

Fall Opening of Millinery

had won the scholarship. This was pleasure and surprise from all the
the spirit that won out. spectators present.
The Star extends a hearty greeting
Rev. R. H. Barnett was the next to the school and its corps of teach-
speaker. He proposed to spoak a i ers and unless all signs fall this will
"Joy sermon." He wanted every pu- ho the banner year for the Ocala
pill to enter the school with joy in High School. The following are the
their hearts and gladness speaking teachers and their grades:
through their eyes. lie wanted this John H. Workman. principal: Miss
school to contain the hailpie,-st Ipupils Sarah McCreary. assistant, and Miss
in the land. He wanted them to come Anna L Richardson, who will com-
with a song on their lips of gladness. pose the faculty of the high school
He said he knew what he was talk- department. Miss Georgia Borger.
ing about. Hle had been there. He Sth grade: Miss May Turnley. 7th
and Dr. Dodge and Sister Rentz w.r- grad,.: Miss Elizabeth Mizelle. 6th
old pupils. (Great laughter. iHe said grade; Miss Shelton Souter. 5th grade;
evidently there would be no recitation Miss Ettie Carn. 4th grade. Miss Nel-
today, but a morning of speeches and lie Stevens, principal primary depart-
so he proposed to spread himself. It ment: Miss Fannie Clark. 3rd grade;
used to be the custom for a preacher M1,iss Margaret Taylor. 2nd grade, and
to take an hour cavorting all over the Miss Corinne Williams. 1st grade.
religious race track to warm up. .ereI
he entered the Marathon stretch to
chinch the rivets he had driven. But -
somehow people were getting quite
critical these days. so much so he hail
to draw his watch every time he en-
tered the pulpit, but here he could
have full sway and full swing. He
commended Rev. Gabby's terse pre-
sentation on "concentration." but for-
got to apply It to sermons he had re-
ferred to. The trouble In that in- YOU HAVE OFTEN
stance was that the audience had H1fARD THE REMARK:
learned the lesson of concentration,
while the preacher had failed to "He i. all right. He has been prac-
catch it. hence his cavorting for an timing for twenty-seven years."
hour. warming up. If intensified farm- Next time you hear that. think, has
Ing is found most profitable, then he kept step with progress, or is he
surely does Intensified or concentrat- where he was twenty-seven years
ed preaching bring the best and larg- ago?
est results. They treated eyes by burning the
He said the way the way to b happy was to lids twenty-seven years ago.
remember and practice the teachings Some are practicing it yet. but they
of the Psalm which he had just rea4. ought to be put in jail.
Supt Brfnson spoke of the auspic- You should know better than that
lous opening. To the 12th grade the yourself.
pole was in sight and he trusted they, I give the why and wherefore for
like those who for years had attempt- everything I do In our optical work.
ed to reach the north pole, would and arove it to your eyes without
persevere and triumph. He paid the digging or cutting on them.
school a deserved complIment poke DR. D. M. hBONET,
of those who had come in from the Eyesight Specialist.
country schools to receive the ben- Ocala, Fla.
efits of this school and the good scr- office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
vice it had doe It had done for such and re- t 4:3 p. m. Optical office and lab-
ferred to the fact that a late graol- oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
uate of the school, notwithstanding he
was in competition at the late. teaeh- MANY GOOD THINGS
er"' examinations with some of the AT THE GLOBE
leading teachers of the county and in
this very room. he made the highest Never in the historyof of our success-
general average of any who had en- ful career in Ocala have we had such
tered the contest. That young man a fine array of new goods to show our
was Gary Beck. Such success shon!d customers as we have this fall. Hay-
stimulate and incite all for the prize ing no partner to consult, we have
of conscientious endeavor, spread ourself in getting the best and
He cited the career of the late Gov. the most of it for our friends and
Johnson and how from being a poor point with pride to the fine stock.
Swede boy, without money or friends. The Globe, B. Goldman, Propristor.
he had by faithful effort and honora-
ble ambition, become among the fore- HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
most and greatest men (if the nation. For sale cheap for cash, the black
He told the story well and it l-ft its mare formerly owned by Major Izlar.
impress. While not all could become six-months old colt and rubber-tired
governors and leaders, yet all could hugg.. Write to or call on C. L An-
acquire a wealth of Information thit de.rson care Ocala Lumber & Supply
would assist thes to become men Company.
and women to take the place who
had gone before. He spIoke of the
passing of the great railroad magnate C A
and the people's governor.
Such Institutions were designed to CASTOR IA
fit the boys and girls of today for ntm 1 1 M ifdt M ACh
such positions. He said no greater aa i
position of honor and usefulness h i Yn m AI
could men and women supply than to 1n
be the students of today to supply the Bear the
educational wand of tomorrow and i ale of
the greatest of all these were those
who not only could concentrate" their
Intellectual faculties and trained Jim attenofChicago wno buck-
Judgments in the affairs of the world at a
In general, but such concentration ed the wheat market last spring and
In higher institutions of learning. ade it buckle to the tune of five l-
He extended to the new teach r in lion of profit to him and his coterie of
the high school. Miss Anna I Rich- speculators. has taken a turn at cot-
ardson of Sommerville S. C. a ve ton and returned home from New
hearty welcome, impeild to this Yurk Saturday, where he went "long"
thoughtful and klndly sct bhake she el th ii a and a half. selling that
hailed from a state from which othe l m n adalen th
speaker had a sample, namely: his day f-r 13%. having advanced within
wife. He facetiously referred to th several months from 8 5-S to the pies-
fact, the world had grown larger ,-nt priee and jPattn predicts it will
since last they met; the north pole go to 17 and 18 cents.
had been discovered. There was con-
tention about to wh.,m helonged the
been there and was glad it was ('onk C. DTII~flhIfl
and Peary and not he. Said world

secrated, which would bring a ipw'r CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
and glory to the world that nothing
else could reach. PLANS FURNISHED
This ended the speaking, as Miss '3N APPLICATION
Mc~reary said she would be delighted
to hear from all visitors present, but P.0. Box 46. OCALA. FiA.
that lessons had to be assigned and ...........
positions named for work in the va-

and all for their presence and words of e -nc vimitrsladourn



a : I ...I

The.u o h


Professor Tocum. of the state dal-
versity at Gainesvlle. Is comppilg a
historical and statistical geography of
Florida. He has written to each sup-
erintendent of public Instruction f or
a concise description of his county.
The following multum In parvo de-
scription of Marion was written by
ProL J. H. Britson, and will appear
in Professor TYoum'a work. If all the
counties are as well described, the
book will be the most complete work
of the kind ever published.
Capital is Ocala situated directly
in the center of the state, is the rail-
road center for the Interior and mid-
way between Jacksonville and Tampa,
the two largest cities of the state.
Population of county Is about 40*M
and of city about 6,090.
The next largest town Is Dunnellon
on the Withlacoochee river. It is en-
gaged principally in the mining of
phosphate and is one of the heaviest
shipping points in the state for this
important product. It was here that
the great deposits were discovered.
The county has a variety at surface
and soil-some rolling and wel ele-
vated and some level tracts of heavily
timbered "fiat woods." There are ex-
cellent hammock and pine soils adapt-
ed to the production of a great va-.
riety of vegetables and fruits, the lat-
ter including the semi-tropical va-
The Oklawaha river traverses the
center of the county and the famous
Sliver Springs are about six miles
northeast of Ocals sad pour their
great volume of water Into the Ok-
lawa river through a run nine miles
long. Thousands of tourists visit this
wonder every winter and many of
them extend their visit to Ocala.
which is connected with the spring by
a most attractive boulevard. In the
southern part of the county Is beau-
tiful Lake Weir, whieh is widely
known as an orange and grapefruit
growing center and Is largely patron-
led as a summer resort. On the
northern border Is Orange Lake. fa-
mous as a citrus growing section and
the Withlacoocbee river skIrts the
county for a long distance on the
southwest side. There are also Salt
Springs on the east. whose waters go
into the Atlantic through Lake
George and the St. Johns river. The
latter majestic watercourses border
the eastern side of Marion county. It
is said by engineers that from the St.
Johns to the Withlacoochee river by
Silver Springs and Blue Springs
would be the most feasible route for
the ship canal across the state that
has been much discussed and some
surveys made for.
The leading industries are the va-
rious forms of agriculture, horticul-
ture and the mining of phosphate.
Also very important is the production
of naval stores and lumber, quanti-
ties of which are shipped out annual-
The school facilities are very satis-
factory. Therere are 57 white and 45
colored schools in te county. The
Ocala High School is recognized as one
of the very best high acsoots in the
state and Fessenden Academy for col-
ored at Fessenden is a model indus-
trial school for negroes.


Dunnellon. oF.. Sept. st 1909.--
have sold Hairs Texs 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


Is the Maost Conervative Estimate of
the Lives Last in Last Wesk's
New Orleans, Sept. 2.---Conserva-
tive estimates which include addition-
al reports of wrecked boats and ruin-
ed homes along the Gulf coast of
Louisiana. places the death list at not
less than 150 persons, with the prob-
ability of exceeding that number.
Tales of hardship continue to come
in. In Grand Bayou a bit of floating
plank was found and on it, fastened
by a strap, was a nine-months-old
baby, still alive, although It is esti-
mated the Jittle one could not have
had any manner of food for at least
three days.
"AH thought I'd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson. Watertown, Wis., "Tln
years of eczema, that 1 doctors could

The sensatIon Iin mtr

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If you are ntatreste t or statmi ng apt ( W
ear, there Is ott for the 6o r is powerful. r satOi
hill-ellmbi angr saml-puling qualities as the kbr. To a t
tire catalogues by ealitig a or

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Meufastversw of e emet brick, hilding MWi" hagm mi
bock%, ad all kinds of paving material. We mpW ly,11 wi
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not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores,
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.


The pastors together with the sup-
erintendents and teachers of the Bap-
tist. Methodist, Christian and Presby-
terian Sunday schools met yesterday
afternoon at 3:30 at the Presbyterian
church for the purpose of making ar-
rangements for the meeting of the
County Sunday School Institute which
will be held Oct. 21st and 22nd in this
city. Mr. R. TL Ray of Tampa, will
be in charge of the institute, and
speakers and Sunday school workers
from all parts of the county will be
present. Various committees were
appointed at the meeting to make all
arrangements necessary for the hold-
ing of this Institute. Mr. Ray has
just closed a very successful institute
at Tampa and all who are Interested
in Sunday school work should join In
and help to make this also a very
successful and profitable one.

A splendidly located six-room house
near high school in good condition,
bath and electric lights. Apply at
Star office.

Att en-tion 11 2Wbeen- nlli *t* the


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Belie lade Sweets

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Tibm DesO Caudie Can be eHad
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Court Pharmacy


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Telegraph Oire

Wedk Cellsd for and Delivered Prompt.
ly. AN Work Guaranteed. Whitr
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Located on North Main St
near government building.
Reasonable rates by the
week or month. First.clas
tatle board and comfortable

SWs bLaSMrPries
. Phone 77 Ocala. FIa.

I receive dally slnpments of cholee
fboo and salt water fish of th" best
varieties. I handle nothing but fish
d* amdle them right.

PaSoe 2. Cty Marlt.


th Barber hop

a With the Hotel Okee

PPlSIWworumen and courteous at-
otmBm to all. Special attenUon to




I am premrea to take any Job of
DalMtiaU, no latter how large or how
AMB. or bow fine the work desired
ay be. I ave ihe material, brushes
an kowulege to paint and do It
rihtL Houses painted inside and out
OralnIag, gldlng. hard oil finishing,
varm-ihng and lettering and sign
paltintg. Taste and skill guaYanteed
AAdress P. 0. Box 13., or leave word
at the Star oftee. K. W. Flllyaw,
Oala. iMa. tf

haee Just received a lot of the
m1trated Halophane glass shades for
eleg-e MIta. These shades Inerease
YW Mht power' 76 per cent Try
Otm. tL. Tucker, the electric sup-



itiv- -

All of the high school books and sup I Thursday, Sept 30th, at 3 p. m, Ocala,
plies are now in. You can gt te'Nla..
high school books only at the pcala'Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19 F. & A. M.
News Co. ,
Mr. N. J. Townsend of Martin is 2 YOU s
among last night's arrivals at the ft wll be to learn that the leading m 1*
Montesuma. *eal writers and tacbers of all the several
schools of practice recommend, In the
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans strongest terms possible, each and every
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed Ingredient entering into the composition
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar- of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
macy. for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,
eatarrh of stomach, "liver complaint.,
torp id liver, or biliousness chronic bowf;
Mr. J. R. Grant of Webster, a well afections, and all catarrhal diseases of
known truck grower of that place, Is whatever region, name or nature. It is
' guest of the Montemma. also a specific remedy for all such chronic
or long standing cases of catarrhal affec-
The best package of paper, linen tome and their reultants, as bronchial,
cloth finish, 5 cents p.r po und, d thust and lung disease (except con4sump-
envelopes to match at Oneal News tO gm)aceompanied with sev re cough s.t
Is not so for acute cold 4and cough.,
but for lingerinK,. or chronic caes It Is
We are showing the best 25e. box of espeelally efficacous in producing per
writing paper that we have ever had. lecteureL It contains Black Cherrybark
and if you want the entire value of Golden Seal root., Bloodroot, Stone root
your quarter. don't fall to buy this from Mandrake root and Queen's root-all o
the Postoffice Drugstore. which am highly pra^ied as remedies fow
all the above mentioned affections by sucb
malent medical writers and teachers as
Dr. 'r. K. Slaughter of Levan came Pro. Bartholow, of efferson Med. Col-
up today in his automobile. l Prof. Harelf the Univ. of Pa.;
Pio. FInle -Etogwood., M. D., of Ben-
There Is no game law against any et M ed. l Chicago;Prof. John
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL KI& 1 M. of Cincinnati; Pro John
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma- wla iof. of ahnema
arla. chills and fever. Price 25 cents NO& D C of and scores o
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll ly emimat la their several
probably know. e Motimce. nIs.the

Mr. Jim Howell of Anthony, was In
town today.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. the
safe. sure. easy. gentle little liver
pills. The original Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name Is
plainly stamped on every box. It is
good for cuts, burns, bruises, sores,
boils and sunburn-but It is especially
good for piles. Sold by all druggists.
The little building on South Magno-
lia street used so many years as a
colored restaurant. is being entirely
rebuilt and enlarged. *
Miss Lucile Moore. one of the
bright and pleasing graduates of our
high school, left today for DeLand to
enter Stetson University. She was
accompanied by Miss Clara Johnson,
Mrs. T. H. Johnson and Misses Fay
and Lucy Cribbett, of St. Petersburg.
but former pupils of our school.

Toung man, wedding announce-
ments ar4 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. T. T. Munroe will
leave tomorrow for Seattle, and the
West. where they will spend six
weeks, among former friends and
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. TenEyck and
children have returned from Daytona
and' DeLand. where Mrs. T. and the
children spent the summer, Mr. Ten-
Eyck only taking a leave of ten days.

Possible guaranty of its merits.
& gile at this published formula will
shoW that *Golden Medical Dicover"
eontaiM no poisonous. harmful or habit-
foramlngdrugs and no alcohol-chemicall
sre, triplerened glycerine being used
Instead. Glyerine is entirely unobjec-
tionablo and beides Is a most useful agent
In the cure of all stomach as well as bron-
chial throat and lung affections. There
h the hblhest medical authority for its
l asuch cases. The "Discovery *"Is
SooncentatE.d glycerIe extract of native,
medicinal rvwots and Is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extrsets from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing Its inarre'
dient. mailed frw on rie at, AddM
qrB. Y. Piece Buffalog .M. i'.
We take this method of thanking
the public through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage
that has been extended us through
the past season in our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are just in receipt of letters giving
us a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question in the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November. and
we have the assurance that if we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be increased 20 per cent.
We will also have a model known

K. ot P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
g -ea- meet Wednesday evening.
"Waukesha" OGiger Ale at Ballards.
Mr. J. Holmea of Atlanta is at the
The ehidoen en et their roller
Mkates at the Oasa News Co.
Mr. H. 0. Adams of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located In first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
Mr. Ir H. Helms of Jacksonville is a
guest of the Ocala House.
Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets just received at the Court

Mr. B. F. Camp of White Springs. ,s
at the Ocala House.
Phone us fo* you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
Mr. Fred Allen of Milwoukee Is at
the Ocala House.
The latest epywright books and the
"Mest general Ine of beks wve show
in this eity at the Oeaa News Co.
Mr. T. B. Ellis, Jr., of taainesville,
sla a guest of the Ocala House.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. W. T. Cooper of Atlanta Is a
late arrival at the Montezuma.
A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hosiery for women has
been received at Fishel's.
Miss Mildred Sumner has gone to
White Sprinps for a three week's rest.
FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
Colbert at tax collector's office.
Mr. C. M. Roberts of Baltimore. Is
among yesterday's arrivals at the
Ocala House.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-band
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.

Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves of Tampa
are at the Ocela Hoase for a few
days. arriving yesterday.

some time with Mrs. G. F. Dittmer. irected aI 2Pm2atse Ieef .v '
FOR RENT OCTOER 1 a former resident of this city. DE result, Sl by a .
The residence now occupied by Mrs. -- New crop of garden and tower I the glare oc the se b .
James Pyles will be for rent Oct. 1st: r. an rs. les o re- seeds Just received. Wa Aderea, ym t a a"sket "oa
corner Watula and South Fourth turned Saturday from their outing in druggist and Wse0an2 Ocala, I6M from u s for U-. The anrPsHa mg.
streets. Apply to H. C. Jones. the mountains of North Carolina and
-In New York City.
.. NOTICE Miss Amy Blanchard, daughter of E-- ELCTIC SMOO ING '.
I have sold to Mr. F. W. Ditto my Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanchard. Is re- They Should be in Every HeMsldl, N OoN T A '
fire insurance business. He will col- covering from a spell of sickness. Are Highly Re mm
lect all amounts due me for Insurance.
I thank those who patronized me in Mr a.n M, 3 ,,y and li. Their Titles are: "What a TYon I Pwm e am de t .ens .-
this line and trust you will continue Boy Ought to Know":. .. Bn -- ll B "What a Yoa-ung I
your patronage withMr. Dtto. daughter have returned from Hunts- Man Ought to Know"; "What a Youeg GP reutat r e orW
y..ur with e Dinto. i ville, Ala., where they spent the sum- Hushand Ought to Know; "What or pne. Ther Wre the pOw .
Signed: Robert Sinclair. mr and re at home at Mrs. White- Man of 45 Ought to Know": "What a little thin gIn the beme, les
side's, South Third street, taking their YongGr-Ogho Know;."W t e'. u riso.we
Many people delude themselves by meal at Mrs. Loone's Mr ouing rln Ouhtto is --ow" at h
saying, "It will wear away," when -f d a Young Woman Ought to Know"; mnt s t e o. -
they notice symptoms o f kidney and' one of n t popular an successum ShO What a Young Wife Ought to Knew"; or dirt an i e m -I
bladder trouble. This is a mistake.. Brown o of St Lou ilton "What a Woman of 45 Ought to aed
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and hoe of LouKnow."
stop the drain on the vitality. It cures Mr. harles O'Malley Foy. the Bel- These books were written by SCB OOL bOOK
backache. rheumatism, kidney and l eview poets who has b een a great nent persons, well qualified for the
bladder trouble and makes every trace sufferer from lung troubles task and are worthy of any me's he ib I ,
of pain. weakness and urinary trouble brouerght to cala today by his son and time to read, especially personas tood that thadles cs
disappear. Sol? by all druggists. oedught a a in whom their title refer". They tell o a kd aM as t S
hospital for an operations We sin-t the origin of life and its sacred fme-
SPECIAL ARLY BREAKFASTS ely hospital l for a n operation. We in-ted tons and are commended by noas lo
--cy hop h wi b ini persons, male and female. No pare LO LEAF ,I AM L M
Those wishing extra earty break- Mr. Hall, one of the Seaboard office can bestow a worthier or mor ee - "
fasts can get same at the Elk Cafe. asmen. with his family moved into the mendable gift to their aughte or W 1 the Nw eW a pg nt Il ipe .
Murrell cottage on North Main street son._ .. *'.. -- loo 1 W o ot m a-
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE a few days ago. Rev, I B.. Warren, the IbMr he* d m aA ms. he. a e-
--- a loved pastor of the Oawia BnpOtt We ma Re to gd the w -i K
A five-passenger automobile, two. Mr. Charles Brabham of the Dun- church has given thee works ighest- .
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class nellon Advocate spnt Sunday in the commendation and res p Tarents tO
condition and everything complete, for' city with relatives .buy them for their boys ad girl, as Mi
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R. does Rev. H. R. Gabby, Rev. IL H. The Oin0a6 W Slat W ml t -
Tydings. I Robrt Munroe of Anthony, Char- Barnett and Rev. W. H. Colimsam. New Tk l- -M3 5
-.-...... ley Hayceraft. of FellowshipD. Mr. A. Bone, a worthy young .mr r ii a m


A letter from Grand Master Massey
Saturday to Marion-Dunn Lodge, F.
& A. M.. Ocala. said he had reconsid-
ered his refusal to be here at the lay-
Ing of the cornerstone of the Temple
Theater, and had decided to come here.
and conduct the ceremony. He also
lnforrre 1 ', :!'.=e- that the corner-
tom,. of the building would have to
occupy the northeast corner of the
structure. looking toward the roar of
the Christian church, instead of the
southwest corner on Fort King av-
enue, as was the intention of the
lodge. But all the same. let every-
body in Ocala. including the school-
children, who will be free at that"
hour, 4 p. m. Thursday, be on hand
and give the ceremony a first-class

Tallahassee, Sept. 25. 1909.
Mr. T. T. Munroe, President Board of
Trade. Ocala, Fla.:
My dear Sir-I thank you very
much for the invitation to be pres-
ent at the laying of the cornerstone
of the Temple Opera House. Sept. 30,
at I o'clock p. m.. under the auspices
of the Masons. The fact is, my pri-
vate secretary has been a little unwell
and has left for the coast. One of the
two stenographers is off on a vaca-
tion. It would afford me much pleas-
ure to accept this Invitation. I regret.
however, my inability to attend.
With best wishes.
Very truly yours,
Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor.

Which Will Take Place on Laying the
Cornerstore of the Temple
Theater Next Thursday
1. Masons will meet at Masonic
hall at 3 p. m.
2. Procession will form at Masonic
hall at 3:30, led by offlecers of Grand
Lodge and other Masons and headed
by band.
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 hall
at 7:30 p. m. for exemplification of
work by Grand Lodge officers.
All Masons and the public are cor-
dially invited to attend.

All Masons are earnestly and cor-
dially invited to 1"- present with us
and participate 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. m., and also to meet with
us the same evening to witness ex-
emplifleation of work by officers of
nthe wnai liaAza Please notice dAote

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The Masonic committee who have
Inform action uildingof the new Temple the-
ter In charge say that they need a
few more subscriptions to the steak
to make some little additions that will
Buy Cream Flour, true greatly Improve the looks and useful- ,
Snes of the theater. There are a _______
to its name. You pay great many people who have not sub- "
scribed for any of the stock. This s
no more for it than other their opportunity. It will be a good
Investment and a public benefit.
High grade Flour. EvThe Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. Is
ery pound of it guaran- fitting up an elegant office in the W.
.- ,o--W. Clyatt building, North Main street. hL SA
teed to be the best that The room. which ls the whole lower
floor of the building, is divided off Into
can be made from soft four compartments. First Is the ge- we
eral entrance and reception room, and l "U
winter wheat. Sold ex. a 'place for the display of some of the
work of the company, especially the \
exclusively by products of their planing mUL "Here
your will find one specimen, a mantle,
that is a thing of beauty. The next
room is the bookkeeper's apartment,
S I improved conveniences, where Mr.
T LJ-,A P 0 T V line presides. In the rear of this of-
1l flee is Mr. M. J. Roess' private otfiee,
fitted up very comfortably. The room
is very desirable for Its light and air,
..- ... making it one of the most desirable
offices In the city. The company is
"WOODMAR"-FOR RENT starting out to do business right and
-- has already demonstrated how to do
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnlbh. it. and will do much of It as the
ed; modern plumbing; running water; months roll round.
acetylene gas. 810 per week.
running water. $6 per week. -- 8 9111#A
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October Of Pattern and Trimmed Hate Will
1. for the winter; furnished; running be at Nash's te rein a y w MW is
water; modern plumbing; acetylene C
gas. 825 per month. F Day
David 8. Woodrow, New York, Sept 22. do the M ad W
Holder Block, Ocala. Fla. To the Evening Star: Please In-
for the people of Ocala that we have D W
A PORTRAIT ARTIST bought the finest stock of pattern and
trimmed hats ever shown in Ocala. f t
Mr. F. A. Augerstine, a well known Be sure and wait for our opening,
European genre and portrait painter. Oct 4th tand 5th and bewell repa
a graduate of the Royal Academy of as,
Fine Arts at Berlin. In the city, a Miss Louise Teague of Lady Lake.
guest of the LeSeuer Iouse. He has Miss Louise Teague of Lady Lake.
won considerable fame as a types on of the up n the primary de-
painter, having been awarded several apartment of the Ocala school and will ..
p t h n e a d e make her home with her aunt, Mrs. Men's Suits
medals for merit at Brussels. Berlin home wth her Mr Men's Suits S gle nd Do
and Paris. He will open a studio at E T Porter. t i|
No. 10 Fort King aveue with Messrs.. very new idea ad style kink In eM a
Parramore and Halsell. Mr. Auger- The W. C. T. U. through Mrs. C.1.
stine will be pleased to receive vis- Bittinger, made a request of Presi- J. .*[ eit. a d MNE
itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It dent Robinson'for space In one of the WUWfI kftW a & M "
will be interesting to see him at work., buildings at the fair ground for a rest _
He also has on exhibition several room. so that tired mothers with their
finely executed oil paintings, which little tots can have a place for rest
are open for inspection. and sleep. It is a splendid Idea and If YOU Want to feel Well In yUr FAH t t
President Robinson will give heed to
GLOBE GETTING READY the considerate request want it to worry you, come here for it.
FOR FALL BUSINESS ________________
FOR FALL USNES The threatening weather caused the
We are getting our tore and stock Air Dome to be thinly attended Sat-
straightened out. We had so many urday night-a mistake on the part
goods coming in that we had to ar- of those who stayed away as the
range the stock, economize in spaco temperature was pleasant and the
and use all sorts of methods to find pictures good. On the program to-
room fer the immense new line of.night will be "The Fountain of
Fall and Winter Goods. We are now Youth," which all Floridians are in-
ready for our customers and have forter-ested in, some very interesting plc-
them the finest line of new goodta tatures of "Modern' Algeria, "Sicilian --.. ,- ': li
we have ever shown in Ocala. [Types," and several other good sub-
The Glo jets.
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HANDLEY HOUSE FORM NT Miss Elizabeth Mizelle. of Orange
HAND. EY. HOUSE.FOR RENT Lake. teacher of the sixth grade of ___i__ __ _1
the high school. arrived Saturday and
The A. E. Handle house, one of the will make her home at the Campbell
most convenient and best built houses, House. MILLINERY OPENIN PAN
large lot and all conveniences in the ou MILNRY OPNIN A
house, located in third ward near high r ..dames Hayraft and D mp A- w
school building.for rent or saSle. Ap- Mr. J. P. Thompson of West Flor- Mesdames Haycraft and e arpei Ang elat-hlMft
ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder' *da, who Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. will hold their fall millinery opetn that is puh ; ely g8
Block, Ocalt, Fla. J. M. McAllister, of Levon, was in next Tuesday and Wednesday. Thefr tWurn oaly t sree t h
town today. announcement is In this lsse of the tricity to ta hem s g y a li
Star. They have a mailflcent lime See them at ems. V. W u b1 ,
THE -sLST PROi C ION Miss Jessie Wilson of teddick Is a of the newest and most stylish mU-. eleetrical supply 0 -'
Nt .a. 1 s__l ,'phoe h b en- ,_ .guest of the Campbell House. She nery and the ladies will. be well re-
.. ....n'.. ..g.ler"W ,e a,,eneh ,ne eberen e oye to t.... "tr
house in Ocala. A telephone is better j will attend the eleventh grade of the paib a vi o sr.Dt
than insurance. In case of burglars or :h scFooH n s e N
fire you need quick action. You get RMH W tc a ,- 1- a---eal ==l
that day or night with a telephone. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raysor, who ger." le idnsy 3 g Mrus^
Residence rates. $6 per quarter in ad- have spent the past month in Den- We have In our fresh supply ,--I- healthy k-d---, -u--tp ---- -- -' m
vance. Ocala Telephone Co. mark, S. C.. returned home today. able garden and flower seeds for faN rg e.
They had a very pleasant time, except planting. Tydlngs & Co. s se "
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING an illness that overtook Mr. Rayor, Tme whr e e .r
3 CENTS FOR W HOURS RUNN G painfully affecting his left eye, so that LOST-Somewher. between Dr. Is- HAI WU soul
How is that. This is not a. n ^ he can hardly close the lid. He said ars home and Mrs. Pearson'sae a
.mobile. but one of those new -inch that section of the country had fine fr Te s b he ed
We.tinghouse electric fans that 1 crops, big corn yield and also cotton, Plan t c olor. Thhd.
have just received. Let me place one and as the latter is selling at 13 e, retur to MsToCd. TNorth Magnol. abot.
hr Jtwo oftemin yr hme orace one all are hap, but.those.who.sp eculat
u ned in cotton on the short side. Mr..3. 85. Hol wort of Arcadia ,t
trical supply man. Mrs. E. L. Payne and her bright Mrs. Joseph Thomas at pr, has re- that the m
WARNING little boy have gone to Wildwood to turned home. Deu.t a na d*
Do not be persuaded Into taking F. A. Bone, who has been selling a iBm Jont emtb JeS as d .
anything but Foley's Honey and Tar, Miss Louise Gamsby, the attractive series of books for youths and older ths oue- u e* tle .
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay and faithful librarian of this city, is people, will leave tomorrow for Lake Se. mm;h 1 11 '
stops the cough and heals the lungs. home from her summer wanderings City and those who desire any of the ussher 7 .i 1 m, -s
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it in Canada, her old home. Maine. New volumes must notify him at once ere kd ey' Cmplains, Am e
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I xtoa to make good t We4 he' have
a chace."
lU IRN HOTEL Into his flat. He keeps It so dirty that
T Isome say it's attractive."
SI"JThat's what you get for being n
Bachelorr" laughed Williams.
He moved toward the door, and the
JACKSONYUlM' f A1 RANBAOSohers r..ose.
"I'm glad to see you so happy. Mrs.
*? -- *BET TEIE I M U TBrooks," he observed, pausing and
Si s per Aly a- i Upwards. -m--ri-- H-- looking about him again.
owf M =d yWWft ft C- M "T hank you," said sbhe.
"I never did know before what a
T.MAS W LSON L* WPr r little money meant to a woman."
"Perhaps that's because you don't
li n-- ~know women."
"Oh, I know women-one kind, any-
S" 'S ~way. But Brooks is lucky in having
___ _____ W I a girl like you for a wife."
VEREmNON W. EDRED "ma, he's giving you a little south
E NO W E JR I Pacific blarney." put in Jin'y
TE UP-TO-DATN "Maybe I am and maybe I'm not."
said the captain. "But," he continued
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER emphatically, -it's a sure thing that if
I had a girl lke you I'd knuckle down
Cad Signs Designed and Made.- Paperhanging a Spec andearn enough money to make you
d n Old s Re leeGashappy-ehb, Bfooks"'
lalty. New Mirror Made and Old One Re-silvered, Gla "I suppose that's what you'd do," as-
Froeting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Ie. sentee that individual.
kicking to please you, Mrs. Brooks. If
pairiag, etc. "Quality a little higher-prices a little lower." ckI p o M ^BI ;
ALL WORK GUARANTEED you looked to me to ma!e good for
ft e 2 .II. "Emma," declared Smith, with his
___._________ quiet smile, "if you were single I'd
.. .suspect captain of getting a little soft."
"But rd earn the money," went on
DAVID & WOODROW "NM. J. SHERIDAN, the captain, pursuing his train of
Pbe 15 Phm 13 thought "That's the only way to get
along. Well, I'Il say good night, Mrs.
SwA I "Good night,captain. Thank you
"1 may drop over later," remarked
CRUSHED STONL, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND. the superintendent by wAy of reply.
"Wish you would," the captain as.sur-
We have a stone crsher at work In Ocals, and are prepared to do all ed him with some eagerness.
klads at Cement Work, Build ounda tons, make Cement Blocks. Cement "I'd like to smoke a pipe and talk
Brick, Bald Sidewalks. Artificial Sto ne Fences, Stone Mantels., We make while. Good night. Brooks."
Blocks for Foundations for house wor k, which look better than brick, and rooks
are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher on A.OC. L, Railroad Track. North of "Good nlght, sir."
pia r. Brooks went forward and opened the
i I"Try to get down to the offlhe by s
in the morning," recommended thl

TThere'll be some gentlemen there
who may be anxious to meet you."
SVlerDidn't know but what you misht
% Vc e D ale s veraleep now that you're so prosper
of Central orida Good night."
Brooks shut the door and stoed loan-
tag against It. clutching the handle for
AIM hIm d*e, Wagm UMls tCur .support. The muscles of lhi face were
ad C _an-_ -I twitching, and he gazed with fright-
ened, haunted eyes from his wife to
MMe, SMINUIt, uLa IW, WUN a d ME = Smith.
S"Have you told her, Jimsy he de-
io rm bf I eW ama dway le& dc e M y Smith raised his hand in protest
S.t "No. Joe; It ain't the right time yet.
HWie t= m M EuMy n7 WI 1 9 dI I fty "Why Isn't It the right time? I'm
o U NAL' trapped, and Williams"-
"Joe, see here," he expostulated-
Ig 1b rad dl e K: k a d beld mkMes -"you can't talk."
d- J .k.-. "What Is It? What do yon meann"

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without raising his head. "They know
it. Detectives are downstairs watch-
ing-watching. Tomorrow-tomorrow
-I'll be In jail."
Another long, awkward silence en-
sued. Smith ended It.
"You seie Emma. Joe here ain't so
much to blame. He"-
"And you didn't let me know?'
There was cold reproach in her voice
and in her gaze.
"It wasn't time," explained Jimsy
uneasily. "There's a chance things can
be squared-there's still a chance."
"Still, you didn't let me know?"
"The thing to do is to sit down quiet-
ly and talk this over. To begin with"-
"No. Jimsy. Please go home. I-I
want to be with Joe-alone."
Smith took up his bat reluctantly
and prepared to depart.
"Just as you say, Emma-just as you
say." he said. "I'll do all I can to-
night and let you know. Maybe It'll
be all right.
"I know, Jlmsy. Good night."
"Good nicht."
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Notice Is hereby given that on
Thursday, October 7, 1.=
the following goods of the personal
estate of H. J.. Watkins will be od
In front of Judge BarkLdale's store 1n
Dunnellon to the highest bidder:
1 rifle, .38 caliber. Winchester.
'4 shotguns, double-barreled.
1 shotgun, single-barrel.
3 rifles.
78 mantle (black diamond).
1 big Atell table.
1 single wagon and harness.
1 single open buggy and harness.
1 saddle bags.
2 bedsteads. Iron.
2 mattresses.
1 pair coil springs.
1 quilt.'
3 comforts.
2 pillows.
2 pair blankets.
1 lamp.
3 chairs.
I bake pan.
1 bowl.
1 sugar dish.
1 glass spoon holder.
2 pool tables and fixtures.
I gasolene tank.
1 water cooler.
2 swing gasoline lamp.
6 gasoline lamp globes.
D. G. Watkins. Administrator.
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Thrown Inte Spasms Saturday
New York, Sept. 26.-Gripped by the
mysterious 'Aurora" telegraph wires
practically all. over the world were
paralyzed yesterday. From early
morning until night, communication
was erratic, and at times cut off en-
tirely between certain points.
Old telegraph operators called it the
"Aurora" for brilliant northern lights
usually follow such an electrical phe-
nomenon, but Instead of watching for
the display, they bent their mind and
energies to untangling the snarl and
adjusting their Instruments.
The first break came shortly before
7 a. m.. eastern, standard time, or noon
at Greenwich, and for the next five
hours telegraph wire chiefs from
Boston to Chicago wrestled with the
strange force.
That the disturbance was world-
wide. was shown by European dis-
patches, which told of similar trou-
ble on lines of the continent, as well
as, on submarine cables.
The crest of the wave In the east-
ern part of this country seems to have
been reached before noon, and after
that the wires began to act more ra-
tionally. Still there were frequent
throbs during the later afternoon and
Because similar disturbances have
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