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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 28, 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: VID03283
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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ship Line sRelved Esthus-astis
Wileme i.n Tampa
Tampa, FaS., Sept. 1 .-The arrival
here yesterday of the steamship a-
glers, marking the inauguration of the
Southern Steamship company's new
line between Philadelphia and this
city, was made the occasion for an
Interesting celebration under the au-
spices of the Tampa Beard of Trade.
A welcoming committee of business
men went down the bay on the Fav-
orite and boarded the Algiers at the
pass. They were received on the ship
with great hospitality, which was
fully returned when the steamer ar-
rived In nort..
This makes the sixth big transpor-
tation line for Tampa and is a great
help In the Gulf City's onward march
of progress and prosperity.
Weuld Net Allow Cek's Records er
Instruments to be Breught Home
eq his Steamer
New York. Sept. 23.-Commander
Robert E. Peary refused absolutely to
allow any of the records or Instru-
ments of Dr. Frederick A. Cook to be
brought aboard the steamer Roosevelt
and was thus Instrumental in causing
these records to remain in a cache at
Etah. Greenland, according to Harry
Whitney, the Jew Haven sportsman.
in a dispatch received In this city by
Dr. Cook yesterday.
Should Have Breught His Old She"
Portland. Me., Sept 28.-Command-
er Peary justified his action in refus-
ing to allow Dr. Cook's Instruments
on board of the Roosevelt for trans-
portation to the United States by
saying that he had previously known
of Cook's Intention to claim the honor
of discovering the north pole. He
states that he would do nothing to
further the claims of D. Cook by
bringing any part of the equipment
to the United States.
It is learned that Commander
Peary is preparing a statement con-
cerning Cook's claims, and will show
that the latter has no proofs of the
long trip over the Ice. He contends
that Dr. Cook would be able to pro-
duce worn shoes and other equipment
If he had really reached the north-
ernmost point, which would undoubt-
edly prove the assertions of the ex-
was seen In the red face, hands an.i
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fied all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But" writes nis
mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
ters completely cured him." For erup-
tions, eczema, alt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only 50e.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

No Checks for Laos than a Dollar
May be Drawn After January 1,

Washington, Sept 2&.-Charles D.
Norton, acting secretary of the treas-
ury. has asked law officers of the
government to give an opinion as to
the construction to be put upomn the
provision in the penal code of the
United States which places a ban on
all cheeks for less than S1.
The mall order houses throughout
the country appear to be much con-
cerned on account of this provision.
The new code was approved on March
4. 1909. and will go nto effeet oa
January 1. 1910. The language of the
provision forbids the making. Issu-
ance. circulation or paying out of any
note. check, memorandum, token or
other obligation for Ie than a -dollar.
Carlisle Center, N. T, G. B. Burhan,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
that I have nevec had any return of

those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. So:d
by all drugggists
Big Building Wr edM Many Wound-
ad and Ptamp oem Killled

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For rent, a completely furnished,
small cottage on east side of Lake
Weir. Apply at Star office.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Sept. 27.-In
the pulpit of the famous Mormon
Tabernacle in this city where four
years ago Theodore Roosevelt. then
president, preached a long sermon on
right living and the duties of good
citizenship, President Taft yesterday
faced an audience which he said in-
spired him to try to follow the foot-
steps of his predecessor.
The president's sermon was an ap-1
peal for amity between the people, for
attributing the best rather than the
worst motives to the action of others
when possible to do so and not har-
bor hatred or animosity.
"A soft answer turneth away wrath,
but grievous words store up anger,"
was the text Mr. Taft selected from
the Book of Proverbs. The sermon
was largely made up of a relation of
stories to give emphasis to the points
he made.
From the tabernacle the president
was driven to review 20.000 school
children. At one point along the line
a thousand or more children had been
arrangedd fn a living flag, red. white
and blue caps and capes serving to
outline the national emblem.
Thence the president proceeded to
the Young Men's Christian Associa-
tion, where he made a brief address
to men. Lastly the president attend-
ed services especially arranged for
him at the Unitarian church. After
this unusually busy Sunday morning
he left Salt Lake at noon for Ogden.
where he enjoyed an eight-mile ride
through Ogden canon and made his
third address of the day at LeIter
Many 0cala Readers Have Heard It
and Profited Thereby

Pittsburg. Pa. Sept. 28.-A terrific "Good news travels tast," and the
explosion occurred shortly before thousands of bad back sufferers in
noon yesterday In the office of the Ocala are glad to learn that prompt re-
Columbia dip exchange In the Fer- lief is within their reach. Many a
guson block on Third avenue. Maqy lame, weak and aching back Is bad no
were burned while fighting there way more, thanks to Dean's Kidney Pills.
to the exits. It Is feared that several People from every state in the Union
perished. The explosion filled the are telling the good news of their ex-
building and a panic followed. The perlemee with the Old Quaker Rem-
list of Injured will reach fifty. ly. Here In an example worth read-
Mrs. r. M. Edwards, living on Call
TO 9 HAnPPY St., Starke, Fla., says: "I never used
you muvt have good health Tou c4n't a remedy that proved of such great
have good health if your liver is not benefit to me as Doan's Kidney Pills.
doing Its duty--alow but sure poison- I suffered constantly from backache,
ing is going on all the time un4er such ad dull pains through m loins.
circumstances. Vallard's Herbjne Some days my back troubled me so
sevevel v that I could scarcely set

S-- -. -- - "All thought rd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson. Watertown. Wis.. "Tea
Woman Who Ji W W- etL years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
It Is astonishng ho p .ta Bucklen's Arnica 'Salve cured It sound
ew years of married life ~o ,Ual k Is and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
the appearance and disposiltion of many eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever eorm.
women. The freshness, the charm, the burns. scalds, cuts and piles. 2c at
brilliance vanish like the bloom hflm a all druggists.
peach which is rudely handled. The
matron is only a dim shadow, a faint ehe LYNCHING AT. PERRY
of the charming maiden. Th antwo --
reasons for this change, Ignoranee and Negro Slayer of Marshal Hawkimns
neglect. Few young women appreelate Strung Up and Shet to Pieee"
the shock to the system through the veOak. a et.27.-Swinging
change which comes with marriage and f ve ak la ft4 o .-fwiss oee
motherhood. Many neglect to deal with from a limb in h t of hr shoe re-
the unpesssaut pelvic dralnas ad weak paring shop at Perry. Taylor county,
tem s a which too often come withe k the dead body of Charley Anderson
colored was found yesterday morning.
riage and motherhood, not undStaIndlng a mob having Impoeed the death pen-
thatthlhsecretdrainIsrobbltgeueheek alty as a reward for the bullet he
.f I.. frenom and the 1M of l18 sent into the heart of Marshal flaw-
fairness kins of Perry Saturday night.
As surely as the Ntal healthsuff es The place of the lynching was al-
We nth e dreIsdssm entd th health most at the spot where Marshal
ofthedelatew ga, soesely Hawkins was slahta the officers hav-
w b.,_ _o .- --- M Ing been in the act of placing the no-
he yth e iuws witness gro under arrest when he met his
..oe_ EUiflly death at the hands of the man he
lmiion women aal found behalhAd meant to make his prisoner. The ne-
s I the = ..........ft. grow's body was allowed to hang until
Aotel WoU It maketsweak wo0 late in the day, when It was taken
ba strong and sick women well. 1I down and shipped to this place.
ats on label-ental nos a l or The killing of the Perry officer c-
harmful habit-forming drug. Made curred at 8 o'clock Saturday night
wholly of those native, Americaa, medic- Anderson was wanted for a minor of-
Inal rootf mot highly recommended by fense, It Is said, and was in his shoe
leading medical an thoritles of all the er- shop when the officer went to arrest
l schoclS of practice for the cure of him. Hawkins was at the door of the
wo uans peculiar ailments, shop when the negro appeared with a
For nursing motheror for theentoo&emn.
Sown in health by too frequentbtearingof Pistol and before the officer could de-
ehlldren, also for the "at Noth-a- fend himself shot him to death.
to prepare the system f the coing Anderson escaped for a time. but
baby and making its advent easy and was caught several hours later and at
Sumotjialnle Ster isnosmedicilnQUIt 2 o'clock was In the hands of the
sn god us Favorlie Preecrlpdoi It crowd of men that pursued him. le
ean Jo no harm In any condition of the was re
system. It is a moot l 0o yJ wav returned to his *hoe hop a d ton
tonu and strengthenng rne ly front of it a rope was placed about
adatM to woman's delicate syste by a his neck and he was swung Into the
physician of larpe experience in the terq air. Bullets were fired into hs body
enat of woman s peculiar ailmets, and he was left swinging,
Dr. Pieres my be consulted by_ is
fm of cban Addrws Dr. MIANc
Invalids' H MICANOPY
~______________Mr. A. U. Hilleary and Mrs. Rosalie
MacDonell were married by Rev. T.
H. Sistrunk on last Wednesday at the
1 % En 1 El home of Mr. J. B. Evans. MISS Lena
McCredle and Mr. E. Rivers and
*o UV Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mott were the at-
tendants. The ceren.ony was per-
CONTRACTOR AD Im R formed at .2 'clock. after which a
magnificent dinner was served to
PLANS FURNISHED those present.
N APPI UCATION The Micanpy high school begn
SAPPIlCAT1QN Monday morning. Mrs. Anna Tress-
P. 4 44. oca i OC I, ler of Gainesville is the principal,
while Misaes Foster and Merry are
,--S the assistants.
The trustees have had the school
building put in good repair, by re-
flfl 3flfl painting It inside and outside. AU
the blackboards have been overhaul-
S A a ed and everythingI is n food repair.

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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- -KPI-ru -111
ward for any ease of eatarrh that can.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 9 I 1
P. J. Cheney, & Co, Every Day the Discovery of Cerpes
Wi Toledo. Adds to Louisina's Hurricane
We, the undersigned, have known
J. Cheney for the last 15 years. and Deth List
believe him perfectly honorable in all Good Old School ays W
able to carry out any obligations made ago the white-winged sea g uls flying G '
by his firm. wildly Inland from the Gulf gave
Walding, KInnan & Marvin. warning with their screams of the -
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. approach of the much dreaded West AM- a 1-= & w k .
Hairs qatarrh Cure is taken Intern- Indian hurricane that was to closely -
any, acting upon the blood and mu- follow. Along the entire coast were snows-a-
cous sufaces of the system. Testi- countless happy fisher folk. and sail- P104we '--
mOnacs sent f'ree. Price 73c per ot- ormen, the thousands of trim craft Is B
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs and comfortable homes bearing token,
Family Pills for constipation, of the advent of a prosperous season.
Today vast flocks of vultures .boverS.
BIG STEAMER LOST over the devastated lowlands of __
ON ST. JOHNS BAR Southern Louisiana. strewn with in- .
numerable carcasses of animals and JsS S I aN 6 rnv b sA .
The Dutch steamer Zeeburg struck me. The scene Is one of terror, des-
on the south jetty at the mouth of the olation and daa=ft Me a S e le r ta
St. Johns river Saturday. After It was not for a day or more that Om-ke-r-s,---f7a.a" ,, -+-.
heroc efforts to save te v essel he.r was definitely established that fully wew, o _
captain andm rew had to leave her at fifty persons had lost their lives in
2 o'clock Monday afternoon. It Is Terrebonne parish.l These. together I, \ an.
possible that her cargo can be savedeth persons killed here and there A fAl assara m t o Faancy Car 1 W c. ..tttL Lfnt 5
READ THIS: Louisiana, brought the death list up
to seventy-five, but as the rescue
reslue I ot School, Lumc. All the Natheal DnR'C.
Dunnellon. Fla.. Sept. 1st, 1909.-I boats pushed their Inquiry further
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. south through the bayous of Terre- f
Louis, Mo., for six years. Every hot- bonne. they returned only to report I a 1 .
tie I sell adds a customer for it. It Is further loss of life. Finally the death
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and list in Terrebonne alone passed the
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht hundred mark. and yesterday conser-
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each vative estimates of the total number '
bottle. of dead ranged between 15i and 175. i
At a late hour last night dispatch m a
AN OFFICER ARRESTED boats r:turnlng from Dunbar, La. be.-
tween New Orleans and Bay St. Louis&
_--- Miss., brought the news of the dis-
Detective A. D. McLain was arrested cover of thirty-six bodies in one
in Tampa Sunday. charged with the section alone. This made the number
murder of Mrs. Mary A. Platt. the of those definitely known to have lostW
aged lady whose cruel death last year their lives approximately 20 and leadBask s d B
has not yet been accounted for. The to the belief that there are possibly ... ..
charge was made by J. G. Bell. chief still more undiscoveed bodies in the at I0 15 25 cet.
of detectives of Tampa. Walter Platt, Louisiana marshes between this city a 10 i 15 an
the slain woman's nephew-, is men- and the Mississippi state line.
tioned as an indirect accessory. Wal- Many stories of endurance, heroism '
ter Platt was arrested immediately and sacrifices continue to be added to
after the murder, on suspicion of be- the incidents of Monday's hurricane. K GRO CERY 4,V C'K P
Ing the gul i arty, but was dis- One of the most striking examples GRO CERY I AR E A R P opi
charged for lack of evidence. It seems of courage in the face of almost over-
to be the opinion in Tampa that the whelming obstacles Iwas reported at
charge against McLain is not suffic- Morgan City. La., today. Dick Tay- 2 PHONES 174
gently supported. Ior. residing several miles south of ,2 PHN E IT
that town. after seeing his wife and .. .
HEALTH AND VITALITY three children engulfed in an onrush- -
ing torrent, before he could save any I .
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear of them, managed to keep his bead his shirt, bound up his wrist and "
your complexion of pimples and above water for a few moments. guided the frail raft during a period
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative, After some time he heard a baby's of twenty-four hours before help I \
for Indigestion, stomach and liver cry and found the last of the children reached him. His child was saved
trouble and habitual constipation. floating on a piece of timber. At that and it is possible that he may re-
Cleanses the system and is pleasant moment one of Taylor's hands was cover. ,
to take. Sold by all druggists. bitten by a moccasin snake. In some that the m wrimea IS May llo I S
manner he managed to rip off part of IT SAVED HIS LEG sp0ed all Of It. uwn" t the- : wt It am




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Mr. W. D. Carm, an charge of the
Ocala mertuiler company, is patiently
awaiting the arrival of the lumber for
the factory. The foundation is ready.
It w take 1,$*. feet' of lumber to
enclose the fatory. Mr. M. J. Roess
has the contract to supply the lumber
but owing to the great demand all of
the miles are way behind with their
orders, some of them having sold the
output days ahead. The price of
lumber In the meanwhile has advanc-
ed $2 a thousand, which shows the de-
mmnd for the product.
Messrs. wrrtaenh & Ha lell are
preparing to do all kinds of repairing
of furniture, also upholstering. All
work will be first class and the prices
,exceptionally reasonable. Mr. Auger-
stelan, he portrait artist, has made his
headquarters with these gentlemen
for his stay In Ocala. His genuine
oil portraits can be had for about the
same price that the average picture
man sells his photos. Give us a trial.
No. 10 Fort King avenue.
Veteran Abe Ross, of the Stoke's
Ferry section, was ai town today and
said the Atlanta bridge building firm
was on the ground and would rein-
state the Iron bridge across the With-
Iasosohee river which the late high
waters almost demolished. The bridge
wMIl be raised fully three feet and Its
wags extended, so as to permit the
waters greater egress and lighten the
pressure. Mr. Ros, speaking of the
wrecked bridge, aid when the com-
missioners came to establish that
bridge and they showed him the
height It .would be, he told them It
was too low. for he had seen the wa-
ter tully three feet higher than the
proposed bed of the bridge. They
seemed to doubt his statement, but
whoe the high waters came he stood
verified. Mr. Ros said his neighbor.
Rod Morrison, has grown the best
crops ever seen a his fields and now
his barnsm blns an eriba are filld to
the utmost with hay. corn, oats and
pladerm. And speaking about Rod. re-
anaded Mr. Roess to remark that Mr.
Merrton was the first man in that
section who had feed and noted the
Imm-se teeth, ribs and thigh bones
of extinct monsters, telling unmistak-
ably that In by-gone ages these
monsters had feasted on the succul-
eat gramses and herbs of the Wlthla-
coochee valley and these are the fore-
rnaers of the story of the phosphate
discoveries, years before Albertus
Vdt anmnouced the glad tidings.that
he had discovered a great treasure.
Jesse Barts is Ia the lime light now
because he recently gave to the pub-
ic Of Orlando his new directory of
that city. He said hbe made an un-
usually careful estimate of Orlando's
population, over .00, but to which
Mayor Jewll takes exception, not be-
eause be thiaks Burts was not hon-
sot and comscilentious in the discharge
of his duty. but because he failed to
catch on to a LMO white citizens who
had quietly folded their tents and si-
lently stole away to other resorts for
the summer. Well, now. how was
Jesse, who never sleeps, to know this.
It was the duty of the mayor to have
posted Jesse before he took the cen-
so and not so ato print and reflect
on Jesse, who In thin Instance gave
Orlsando the mmoat complete, correct
and sathIsfactory directory ever given
the Phenomenal City. Its a case of
spakig out. not ln meeting, but aft-
er the meeting adjourned. Jesse Is
all right and has become the assist-
ant editor of the Orlando Reporter-
Star, and will soon ceavince Orlan-
doltes that It will not be long before
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wh. are being -gga MrW the
S LWbran, Catm. Attor-
nots Wwkas eer a" sod iCas ms-
w .Osal. There may. be thes.
A4"t they Mw ea t et s the time 1Wght.
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Mu. C. 3. Conber he strmumg rm
a bMlemM trip to ftdo, Alt. Be
Sam the donifatifu matr of the day
Is peakA IM that tate and eate-wide
wwhmim l is m -e a labmorbag
there is -grmt *BeMeint and pro-
petle ttemau IeS betf cam The
wets Cclaim the amSHmem will g
down I4 detet, while the dry shbout
victory with a big v.

There was a very pleMas t dancin
party oven last aight at the home of
Mr. Pv r Claytom out erpes Ver-
ry way. It was well attended and the
yougf people of the t eibhrhood had
a deUightftl time.
The Globe had aa unprecedented
run on school books yesterday and
completely cleaned them out. but a
break supply will he on hand Thurs-

your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.

Do not be persuaded Into taking
anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
stops the cough and heals the lungs.
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
Sold by all druggists.
They ShoeM be il Every Hoesheld.
Are ighily Rsemoessed
Their Titles are: "What a Toung
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Toung
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Toung
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Toung Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and Its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
Rev. B. Warren. the former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
Anmmundation a und mes Parents to


Haycraft & DeCamp

Whisl W TulW Phe on ,Lping the
Cmumofe da n Tempi
Theater Maet Th1rday
1. Masou wmIl meet at Masonic
hall at 8 p. m.
2. Premism wfll fsr at MMssnaic
hal sat 3:0, led byo eeors f Grand
L pdge and other MasO Nad headed
br aud.
a. Ceremoles of laying the cor-
mSrelSm het at 4 pa m.
4. Oration as cmeon sion of cere-
monies by amd Ldge operator.
& Special meetlg at MaSmmOe han
at 7:s p. m. for exmsplmeatlon at
werk by r T lads e ofeirs.
AH Msses and the public are cor-
dialy Invited to attend.

AD Masons ae earnestly am& eor-
aiy nvited to -0 present with u
ad partielpate aI the eeremoles of
e laying of te eornesmtone of our
amw "Temple Theater" by officers of
oia grand ledwe e Thursday, Sept.
5th at 3 p. n., sad alSo to meet with
us the sa evening to witiss (ax-
o ..of. wok by IoMe.r I of
the gra ad lodge. Pea. notice date.
Thursday, Sept. 0th. at 8 p. in, Ocala.
MarIsm-Duna LAdge No. 19 P. & A. M.

The Masonic committee who have
the buildiMag o the new Temple thea-
ter is ebrhae say that they need a
ftw mere snumcrlptlons to the stock
to make sove Ulittle additioas that will
greatly Improve the looks and useful-
ess of athe theater. There are a
great many people who have not sub-
scribed for any of the stock. This !s
their opportunity. It will be a good
Investment and a public benefit.

Next Sunday the New York World
offers Its readers a reld musical treat
In honor of the great Hudama-Talton
celebration. The World will publish
the official Hudeo-Pulton Grand
March, music complete, exactly as it
will be played at the official grand
ball to be given at the Metropolitan
Opera House Saturday, Oct. 2. There
will also be another set of pictures in
colors of famome stage beauties by
Archie Gunn. Nobody can afford to
miss getting next Sundays World.

Mr. B. H. Sanders has opened an
office at 35 South Main street where
he is prepared to show a very fine line
of samples and take orders for suits
that are bound to fit and will give ex-
cellent values. Oime him a calL
Mr. F. 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, Berlin
and Paris. He will open a studio at
No. 10 Port King avenue with Messrs.
Pn.iu.ore and Halsell, Mr. Auger-
stine 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 exhibflton several
finely executed oil paintings, which
are open for Inspection.
The A. L Hasdley hem., one of the
meOt -ee d ma et built heumhl

ply o David 8. Wedrew Heldr
leok, Oeat,4 Fl.

Not a inagle 'phone has burned in a
bouse in Ocals. A telephone is better
than Inurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or nIght with a telephone.
Residence rates, $ per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

How is that Ths is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 3-Inch
Westlngsbouse electric tfans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on


Tuesday and Wednesday


Your Presence

For high grade work of all kinds
of painting. paperhanging and dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and ef-
filent corpe of decorators, call at Mc-
leer & MacKay's.
A splendidly located six-room house
near high school in good condition,
bath and electric lights. Apply at
Star office.
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
uas 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
as No, 18, practically the same as
eur No. 17, only slightly a smaller
car, and will sell for about $1400
complete, and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
a while. We will also have a $600.
a runabout, 2-cylinder, opposed
motor In front, under the board.
cone clutch in fly wheel, selective
type transmission and double chain
drive. 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the public that so far as
polling through sand is concerned,
this car has no equal. Thanking our
friends for past favors, we are
Very respectfully.
Per J. H. Spencer.
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with many victims. But Dr. King's
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They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that Invites appendicitis, curing con-
stipation, biliousness, chills, malaria,
headache and Indigestion. 25c at all
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located in first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.

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26 and 29 on 0 a log t.. rs. Brooks
M0 ood auing it science at bher
Husband, her bean rent wth
coflictiag emedma BHer hap
pines of the past few months then,
had been built upon the precarious
S uestfoundation of peculation. Ohthehor-
is Req ror Oh. the shame of It! On the
very morrow the name she bore would
be held up to disgrace and derision.
He would be cast into prison. The
TWELVE HUNDRED FEET aisery of their struggles with poverty
UNDER GROUND WENT TAFT was as nothing compared with that of
-- their sudden downfall.
Helena. Mont., Sept. 28.-Attired In Numbed though her heart was with
a linen duster, an old black slouch hat the shock, shrunk by the terror of
and swinging an electric lantern at, their ghastly position, it was yet not
his side, President Taft was locked In Impervious to pity. and the hopeless
an iron cage and dropped 1.20 feet wretehedne of her husband Inspired
through darkness into the depts oft. She thought of bow be had lavish-
the famous old Leonard copper mine
at utte yesterday. He had the rare ed his stealnlu upon her. bow bep-
experience of seeing miners at work feared to be moved by the one desire
with a giant drill in a vein of high- to make her comfortable and happy.
grade ore that sparkled green with She went to him and put her hand
its wealh of mineral, on his head. smootidaghis hair.
After half an hour under ground. "Oh. Joe! Oh. my boy *she said
the president was brought to the sur-brokenly "owco o dot
face, blinking in the glare of the brokenly. "How could you do it "
noonday sun. He was cheered to the Ddnut yo know sooer or later you'd
echo by the crowd of curious people be found out? Now I know why you've
gathered at the hoist. He declared been interested In the races-you've
enthusiastically: been betting on the horses."
"I would not have missed it for the "I-I wanted to get the mosey back,"
world." be sobbed.
"But didn't you know you couldn't
HAVE YOU A BABY Oh. why didn't you leave thgs as
Then watch it closely. And above they were-the flat, the truggle and
all things don't let t suffer for any th
length of time with worms-that if all that? Why did yes bring e here
fatal. If its complexion gets yellow and show me all this-this happlness-
and pasty, if It is listless, cross or with money that you stole?"
peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu- His sobbing ceased, -and e spubed
lence give it White's Cream Vermifuge. her away and rose.
The only cure that never falls and has "That's right. You call me a thief!
no bad effects. Sold by all druggists. It there was one person In the world I
thought I could turn to It's you. and
GEORGIA GIRL you turn on me."
CAPTURED A CRIMINAL "Joe, you mustn't say tbat I haven't
And Tuned His Over to the Man, who turned on you. Only I can't help but
Let Him Escape think "
Statesboro, Ga.. Sept 28.-After "What? That man Wlliams drove
having been captured by the biave; lme to taking m3ney."
daughter of a farmer, eight miles from "Drove you?"
Statesboro during the late hours of "Yes, be did. He went away so I
last night, after he had broken into could take It. I expected you to stand
her room and attacked her. Otis :HIen- by me. Do you know the hole Fm nat
dricks, a burly negro, later escaped
from the men in whose custody he The three central me
was placed and is at large, downstairs watching. If I make a
The young woman the negro at- move I'll be nabbed. It's all 'very well
tacked Is large and unusually athletic for you to stop and preach-you always
for a woman and the negro had no, were so d--d saintly-but what of
chance to get away after he attacked me? That's the question-what of
her. before her cries for help brought me!"
several men to the room. i He thumped his breast violently.
The men took him Into the nearby 8e drew baek, hart by his re-
woods, to wait for morning before prhek, urt by is r-
bringing him here. They built a big h" .
fire and were all standing around it "If I thought you were yourself PC
when Hendricks disappeared. never forgive you for saying that ti
me." she declared.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE "I'm not asking your forgiveness,
For sale. cheap for cash, the black. nor your mother's, nor your sister's.
mare formerly owned by Major Izlar, What I want now Is somebody to help
six-months old colt and rubber-tiredw me out. I don't want to go to JalN. It
buggy. Write to or call on C. IL An- I would kill me."
person, care Ocala Lumber & Supply "Do you think I want you to gb to
Company. Jall? Do you think I want the dis-
"The disgrace-that's it! I knew
CAS OR I A that would come sooner or later, but I
S Didn't think It would come from you.
A J Indats al ChikulL There's always somebody to hammer
lb KjM YTm his n rs -that Into a fellow when be's down."
M "Im not trying to hammer anything
Us the Into you. What I want to know is
M what can be done, what are we going
4 4r "/ to doe
"I don't know-unless"-
FITE CAME OFF HIS PERCH "Unless we can get the money to
pay back. There's Jimmy."
Atlanta, Sept. 28.-Judge FIte of the "That won't do. It's too much. He
Dade county superior court has tel- hasn't got it. Besides. It's too late
ephoned the federal officers here that Williams means tesinesm. He wouldn't
he will have Charles E. Stegall, gov- take the money. He's not that kind."
eminent gauger Jailed there, released. "Oh. If I only knew a way--f I
This ends the threatened clash be- could only help."
tween the state and federal courts. She rng her hands and sank hope-
NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND lesly into a chlailr by the table.
Brooks paced the room restlessly,
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. like a wild animal in a cage. Now and
Ida Soper to face death. "'Tor years then he shot a peculiar, furtive glance
a severe lung trouble gave me intense in the direction of his wife. Finally

suffering." she writes. "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives in Big Pond, Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore
lungs, hemorrhages., la grippe, asth-
ma. croup, whooping cough and all
bronchial affections. 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-

pastors together with the sup-
ndents and teachers of the Bap-
Methodist. Christian and Presby-
Sunday schools met yesterday
moon at 3:30 at the Presbyterian
!h for the purpose of making ar-
ments for the meeting of the
y Sunday School Institute which
e held Oct. 21st and 22nd in this
Mr. R. R. Ray of Tampa, will
charge of the institute, and
ers and Sunday school workers


be sat opposite to her. leaned toward
her on the table and said i a low, In-
tense voice:
"It anything Is to be doee It's got to
be done tonight, Emma. Williams is
the only man. You can square it with
"I can?
"Yes, and no one but you."
"What can I dor'
He looked at her meaningly.
"He likes you."
Startled, she returned his gase tn-
"Yes, he does," he went on. "He al-
ways did. Women are his weak point
He's liked you for years. That's why
be bangs around. I've seen it and
heard what he said tonight about what
he'd do for a girl like you. He meant
that. Emma. He'll do anything you
ask him if-if you go to him right."
Beginning to understand what be
wanted of her, she rose slowly, In-
credulous horror in her eyes. He rose
also and went toward her.
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Ie ff-la g "I II Odd Fellows meet tonight.
II II "1
Eagles meet tomorrow evening.

"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
... Tt'e"*** a the Mon-
to-iaflta yv.bttrday.
SReady t remove all Fall There were 23 arrivals at the Ocala
House yesterday.
15 ** *'- R Suit worry from your mind.
Stl wu mMr. 0. A. Morton of Williston is in
We can do it in short order. town, a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. Arthur Hardaker is in the city.
We are getting bouquets gue t of the Ocala Hos the city..

Daily. W. S. Priest. the Daisy merchant
was a business caller in town today.
A l Every looker praises our --
George.Carter of lInverness.
Clothes, praises the fabric, wa oay.

the workmanship iadthe satecih
's style. Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Martel, was in
town today.
Praises our hou also0, for Mr. Jack McCully of Berlin. was a
se ling su8 h choice Suita at business visitor in town today.
M. J. C. Mathews of Flemlngton.
such reasonable prices. was on our streets today.

We'll be delighted to show The Misses Giles of Silver Springs.
*o were in town today, shopping.
you what's new in Suits for Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hill of Fort Me-
the Fall and Winter season. Coy, are guests of the Montezuma.
Mr. A. G. Byrd of Suffolk, Va.,. Is at
Don't consider too lon1g- the Montezuma.
Sfor early picking is always Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets Just received at the Court
the best picking. Pharmacy.
Messrs. E. L. Webb and J. P. Me-
Donald of Dunnellon, are guests of
the Montezuma.
Men's Suits Single and IDouble Breasted Styles. Phone us for you prescriptions. we
call and deliver them. The Court
Every new idea and style kink in evidence. Pharmacy.
7.5s9 Oo t '$1U5 and$ ISs Mr. w. .Stapp of Oxford was a
N Sl 5 95 and SIK late arrival at the Montezuma yes-
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
If yon want to feel well in your Fall Suit and don't Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
S Bmt it to worry you, come here for it. Mr. W. wD. Turnley of Dade City. is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Fannie R.
h A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hosiery for women has
been received at Fishel's.
,.. ,. Miss Hester Dewey Is home from a
pleasant visit to friends in Jackson-
S'FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
ThemaryUnderselling Store of Ocaa building. Apply to W L.
M ier e iStore of O c al Colbert at tax collector's office.
-. t _" Dr. J. Walter Hxood was called to
Floral City this afternoon to visit Mr.
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condition and everything complete, for

;sale choap for cash. Apply to C. R.
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Notice Is hereby given that I have
In my nniasure mmnh of rnal a n fr.

J. W. Ward, Jr. .
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jaeksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired
Miss Rhoda Liddon returned today',
from a visit to friends at White'
Springs, Jacksonville and Pablo. .
Mr. W. H. McRainey and Mr. Gam-
ble. of Wildwood, came up today in!
an automobile.
Prof. R. L. Turner of Inverness.
superintendent of schools for" Citrus
county, was in town yesterday.
Misses Annie and Abbie Munroe.
who spent the summer at Asheville.
N. C., are expected home this week.
Mrs. Edward Drake and son are
home from their visit to friends in
Messrs. Alex Holly and J. B. Smith
* of Lakeland were guests of the Ocala
House last night and today.
The best package of paper, linen
cloth finish, 25 cents per pound, and
envelopes to match at Ocaal News Co.
Dr. J. G. Baskin and Mr. Bob San-
ders of Dunnellon, were business vis-
itors in the city today.
All of the high school books and sup-
plies are now in. You can get the
high school books only at the Ocala
News Co.
Mr. Max Reich of Rockwell, man-
ager of the Gulf Supply Co.. was in
town last night, a guest of the Ocala
Mr. C. 0. Fox. of the Columbia
Drug company. Is taking a week's va-
cation. part of which time he will

slend a

t Crystal River fishing.

Jergen's Talcum Powder. large cans
holding nearly a pint each. guaranteed
pure and fragrant. Thu Court Phar-

Mr. J. Q. Smith of Center Hill. one
of the famous Smith brothers, truck
growers of that section is a guest of
the Montezuma.
Messrs. R. E. IL Robinson. John H.
Parker. F. Beville and W. F. lenton.
of Gainesville. are among yesterday's
arrivals at the Montezuma.
Julian Bullock and Charles Gates
have returned from their vi4it to Mr.
Hulloek's sister. Mrs. C. V. Miller in
Mr. A. J. Brigance. one of the re-
cruiting officers for the state convict
lease system, went to Titusville today


Buy Cream Flour, true

to its name. You pay
no more for it than other

High grade Flour.


ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
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winter wheat.
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ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David 8. Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocala, FlU.

The millinery opelIng the last few
days have brought the womrnm frm
their retreat. jlow could It be other-
wise? The latest tad, the latest tash-
ion. especially a dear duck of a hat to
denote the latest in bead gear. would
draw them froman a nchorItes eelL
They came, they Inspecte, critiche,a
admired and at times went Into ex-
tacles at the beautiful creations of
cloth, of crepe, of ribbones feater.,
i trimmings, etc.. that would make any
Devotee twitter with Joy sad oeae-
lonally buy the head gear that wa aso
becoming to her. How could sbe de-
part without securing the prws. the
envy of a couple of doeae othem, who
came just a minute too late. They
were all there with the good, ready
for delivery at a moment's notice. Of
course, we are not much on this style
of description, but all the sam we
think the hats of this season stunning
chict and altogether too beautiful for
our feeble efforts. Well, we went In
and looked around and this is what
we saw at Mrs. Bostick's in hats, a
very impressive white kid with gut-
tering feathers. It Is known as the
Columbia and all platonic lades will
wear them. The wisteria, or light
pink build, was another stunner: a
black hat with jet was very pretty, as
was the fur or Dr. Cook hat, direct
from the north pole, with itf autumn
leave trimmings; lavender ith blue
trimmings was a very dainty affair.
The Swedish design with black feath-
ers was another object of great ad-
miration. The plush velvet embank-
ment with mauve trimmings had many
admirers. The continental created a
sensation. But we must halt for want
of time and space. If the women folks
who saw this handsome assortment of
hats were as well pleased as we, Mrs.
Bostick would not have a hat left to-
day. Tomorrow we will go over to
Mrs. Haycraft and Mrs. DeCamp, get
a new notebook and say some more
about hata.
Several patrons have complained of
th.& . l_ 0-- a t. -

YOU HAVE OFTEN e connion of the primary school
YOUHV O TEN house yard. The yard Is all grown up
HEARD THE REMARK: in sand spurs, other grass and weeds
"He is all right. He has been prac- and Is no place for children to play.
timing for twenty-seven years." especially as many of the little fel-
Next time you hear that. think, has lows are barefooted. The yard should
he kept step with progress, or is hg have been cleaned and placed in nice
where he was twenty-seven years shape before the opening of school,
ago? and the next* best thing is to have it
They treated eyes by burning the done now and at once.
lids twenty-seven years ago.
Some are practicing it yet. but they WORK ON CITY PAVING
ought to be put in jaiL
You should know better than that Work on paving North Magnolia
yourself. street commences yesterday morning
I give the why and wherefore for and now this street will soon be pay-
everything I do in our optical work, ed with brick to the Seaboard depot.
and prove it to your eyes without The street has been In a deplorable
digging or cutting on them. I condition for the past year, as no
DR. D. M. BONEY,. work has been done on It antilpatinln
Eyesight Specialist. that the paving would soon be Sosle.-
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:301 MAKING MORE IMPROVEMENTS
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-I ___
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. Mr. Ed Carmichael is laying a ce-
Sment sidewalk and curb in front of
FRESH SEEDS the cottage owned by him near Dr.
-- William Anderson's home. The cot-
We have In our fresh supply of re- tage will be placed in the very neat-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall' est shape. inside and out, and has
planting. Tydings & Co. 'been leased for a long period by a
quartet of popular young bachelors,
HAIR WORK DONE iwho will have bachelors' quarters
There Instead of boarding.
All kinds of hair work done. Satis-'
faction guaranteed. Harriet 11Hill, 212 GETTING IN SOME FURNITURE
North Magnolia street.
North Maola Th' Theus-Zachry Co. Is cleaning,
SE-EDE up and straightening the stock -to
New crop of garden and flower make room for Its new arrivals. The
seeds just received. Wm. Anderson, company has en route two car loads
druggist and seeasman. Ocala. Pla. of furniture, miscellaneous, one car
load of chairs, one car of stoves, one
car of iron beds and several .ship-
MIPPITY HOP ments of local freight, a car all to-
;gether, making in all six car loads of
Are you just barely getting around goods coming in.
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un- ;
less you have lost a limb or have a Judg; W. S. Bullock's latest report
deformity-if your trouble is rheuma- from his son in that the fever is pass.
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, or ed and he can sit up in bed, though
anything of like nature use Ballard'si weak. The advice of the doctor to
Snow Liniment and in no time you can I Mrs. Bullock, who is with her son. Is
throw away your crutches and be as to take him into the Catskill moun-
well as anyone. Price 25c. 50c and $1. tains on the Hudson for several weeks
Sold by all druggists and she anticipates going there as
soon as the boy is strong enough to
If the glare of the sun hurts your travel.
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25., The Postofflce Drug- J. P. Richardson of West Palm
store. Beach. is in town visiting his sister.
Mrs. J. A. Bouvler. Mr. Richardson
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the formerly lived in Ocala and was a
safe, sure. easy, gentle little liver popular clerk at the 0. K. Grocery. At
pills. The original Carbolized Witch; present he is a commission merchant
Hazel Salve is DeWitt's. The name Is
plainly stamped on every box. It Is; Miss Evelyn Liddon is teaching
good for cuts, burns, bruises, sores. school at Panama. She has taught
boils and sunburn-but it isa especially there before and has many friends in
good for piles. Sold by all druggists. ,that community who appreciate her
as a capable teacher and a very
Mrs. Elliott and little son of New charming woman.
York. are recent arrivals in Ocala. J
Mrs. Elliott is a fashionable dress-i John A. Whitney. Jr., special agent
maker and has secured apartments of the Liverpool and London and Globe
at Mrs. Arthur Cobb's residence on Insurance company, was In town yea-
South Third street. terday inspecting the risks of that
company written on Ocala property.
The colored pool room opposite the Mr. G. S. Scott is the Ocala agent for
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TompKins & o oD stable. wnicn was
complained of as being a rowdy place.
was moved today to the building for-
merly used by Mr. Lloyd as a bekery.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Harrington
who have been spending their honey-
moon with friends at Micanopy. re-
turned yesterday afternoon terTampa,
where Mr. Iarrington will resume his
duties as an officer on a line of
steamers plying between Tampa and
Havana. They spent Sunday in this
city with Mrs. Harrington's sister,
Miss Margaret Peace.

The millinery stores of Mesdames
Haycraft & DeCamp and Minnie A.
Bostick were the scene of large gath-
erings yesterday to inspect the new
styles of head gear for the fair sex.
The late creations were greatly ad-

We forgot to mention that the
King's Daughters joined in with the
W. C. T. U. in asking President Geo.
K. Robinson for a rest room for tired
Smothers and sleepy babies in one of


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I will place an electric smoothing
rm.ron I yor home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by car
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing In the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
minutes the Iron is hot No smoke
or d1it and only where it is
mneatd. a W. LY, assiL

We want your prescription work
and are prepared to offer you the most
skilled pharmacists and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tydings &

Mr. Will Dunn. who several weeks
ago was called to South Carolina to
the sick bed oT his father and whom
he since buried, returned home yes-
terday and sl again at his post of
duty at the H. B. Masters store.

Mr. E. L. Maloney, who has been
Ill for the past two weeks at the Ocala
House, was able today to go to Jack-
sonville to spend a few days with his
daughter. Mrs. 8. A. Rawls, hoping
the change might be beneficial to him.
Editor I. J. Brumby, of the Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower. returned
this afternoon from New Tort City
and the eastern states, where he has
been for the past six weeks, resting,
recruiting and enjoying himself, and
Incidentally getting some new busi-
ness for his Journal and Interesting
prospective settlers In Florida.
Judge Bullock, who so faithfully
stuck to his post of duty-through the
hot summer months and attended to
a lot of work left by district Judjes
away on their vacation, Is breathing
easier, as they are returning home to
take up their work.
R. C. Davis a co, of Jacksonvlle,

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all kinds, same a-bat m4 esa t
as low Ra the lWast.
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voice le-erW a bd Imst
We are prepared to deo do
FOR RENT OCtu00- $ A-'
The residence now oee *i *g
James Pyles win 'be fer rod a,
corner Watula and aoth f .;
streets. Apply to I. C. J m, -
Upon her return from er 4 ma ia
vacation your int aG t i thih'o* *tb. W
canll at the Court Pha aMcy at y"o
your sweethea t a box fat aM 4
las Bell Meade candy. 'S0ues 0 '
the sweet,* you know. .
Mrs. Priest, who lives am AdaN
street near the A. Is, 1 Sg.- .4
have her residence, which is na
enlarged and another story a. '
fall or winter. -
Mr. Dallas T. Jeffoate who wt to ;
Spartanburg S C. recently t tahe a
business course la colruma Ua .i
sity, got there just IN time to se -ut
of the college buildings based a -.
returned to Ocala and bas mepa i a /
position as stenographer with Mr.
Max Reich, for the Gulf Supply O at
RockwelL -

Dr. Walter Hood Is feelInAg Ae. e
had a night call out Ina the weeds i-
terday and the way his mogl a s
straddled stumps, dipped threfgk t .
ditches and rough places wa a -*
tion. The doctor's face I st2l we-.
fleeting a pleased asmIe It oeauef-
tion of the way his auto woked.
Take care or your stomach. LagKo
dol digest all the food yo eat, fhr
that Is what Kodol does vey See-
spoonful of Kodel digets o % pas
of food. Try It today. It Is gaas-
teed to relieve you or your amey m k
Sold by all druggists.
Mr. D. W. Tompkimns left last i- .
for the markets qf the wet to bqy a
couple of carloads of hat a
mules for the stables of Tepapes 6 -

Mr. Chas. J. Phillips, one A the
most successful coatractoa and bU-
eras in this portion of the sta. ws
In town yesterday from bis Mib
and Leesburg Jobs. He wl he at
home again Saturday.
Mr. Hewitt, the capable =anwr of
the Marion Faras, Is pleased with the
outcome of his fne tobaees erp, He
said the people at Qumy wh be-
tuned the crop said it was by twenty
per cent the beat tobacco they d
treated so far this seasoL
Many people delude themshs by
saying, "It will wear awayn," m
they notice symptoms o kdmwey ad
bladder trouble. This is a shank.
Take Foey's Kidney Remedr, ad
stop the drain on the vitality Rwe
backeache rhemas.. idey and
bladder traue and malke *eW fsm
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MiV.a F D,- Wms hu L F-Io meet la this Ilsse. He also desire application for tax deed to Issue in ac-- -
to be marshal. Mr. Dea Is too we cordance with law. Said certificates
-.-.--.s. ao:s---:o--::a: a: p-------:e-:---:----- known to our voters to need com- embrace the following described prop-
IMt from this source. He has lots erty situate in Marion county, Florida,
.-_ of friends aad has had a great deal to-wit: nw% of nw% and ne' of sw%
of experience la the "ofcer line." of sw% and se% of se% of se% see-
'flflflfl f>Ilm 00000006esu00 00 eeee0 es: reo000. He promises a faithful dlieharge of tion 26, and nw% of ne% of nw% and --
Sthe duties of the office It elected, e% of ne% of nw% and e% of ne% of
a10nE'$kLIT T B L IZ akIad no doubt would make a m st ne% of ne% section 34 and w% of w% MPING FOOD AVI WOODROW
efficient official. of nw% of nw% except sw% of sw% PUMPING FOOD DAVID 8. WOO ROW
E W E 'S L I T I LE B O D I II fMrs. Henry Gordon and daughter, of nw4 of nw% and n% of w% of INTO THE SUFFRAGETTES Phbs IS
L, L RO of Ocala. were In the city the first of w% of nw% of nw% and n% of ne% London. Sept. 28.-Wild scenes
S. the week guests of Mrs. N. A. Har- of se% of se% section 35, all in town- have taken place in the prison at Bir-
S* IA ship 17 south, range 24 east That mingham, as a result of the forcible
Mrs. S S. Perkins and Miss Laura said land being assessed at the date feeding with a stomach pump of suf-
Weoger came up from Hernando of the issuance of such certificates fragettes on a hunger strike. The OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. MP
ALL KINDS OF Thursday of last week to visit friends in the name of F. M. Williams, W. H. women resisted the efforts of the
and relatives. Gatwell. S. H. Richmond, E. J. White, keepers, smashed windows and as- CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SANS
FrMes Nes0te roeMrees, Chickens, Egs, Ete. Prfedaue etl City Clerk Wm. Gober will erect at W. E. Rogers. A. C. Russell and un- saulted the matrons, and *finally they We have a stone crusher at work In Oeala, sad a
San early date a nice cottage on the known. Unless said certificate shall were handcuffed and placed in soil- kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations, maie em
Illf aid S*old.. Frseh and Salt Water Fisl. The Meet Con- lot be recently purchased from Mr be redeemed according to law. tax deed tary confinement. The leaders of the Brick, Build Sidewalks, Artificial Stone lenree, SM
P h ~ eo Ifte Keind I. to Cotry. Rt -nd lld and Right A. B. Kibler. will Issue thereon on the 30th day of suffragettes here contend that forel- Bloks for lFbondstions for house work, which lek be
Mrs. George Brown and baby. of September. A. D. 1909. ble feeding is illegal and Intend to are cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher o- A. C. L, a
Up-T*-Dat First IaIss Restaurant in ConnestiO. First Cla High Springs, was in the city the Witness my official signature and bring action against the medical au- Foundry.
nd o ab S t* I first of the week. the guests of Mr. seal this the 28th day of August. A. thorities of the prison concerned In I J
MeaO s and Reasonable Beard to We *kly C-ii -re and Mrs. G. W. Neville. D. 1909. S. T. istrunk. the affair.
Mr. George Petteway. of Leroy. one Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
of the leading turpentine operators or f -- MARKET REPORTS
Scrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought thiEsectDon. was a business visitor to
Dunnellon Monday on business. L LNow Yrkk
Mr. Pasco of the Tampa Northern L. ALEXANDERM p -
and Sold. Railroad was in the city Tuesday af- i2: 3s : Florida1.25, Cuba 4'30s .2
ternoon and reported that the work Pra$1 .S; 3 6's ,5C 9 b1. Porto Rico
was progressing nicely on the exten-. a 'i'$1. 9 Lsr65 s D ig eonPorto Rico
Co.Eork. A.HenIL$r0i$3repre senti.ng1 oe,$1.f t
Telephone No. 1i1 P. O. Box No. 662 c.A. nr. representing one of theIL Oranges: California Valencies(au.
leading tailoring houses of Cincinnati. Carefat estUmaits meie on all tlon) fLT 0 6.
ISiai 10Nnm U g gl i In the city assslting R. H. Sanders contract work. l ves more and bet- Grapewrut: California per box $1.0
with a fall opening of attractive ter work for the money than ry Watermel.ns: Small-medim, per. 6 Im i ism
...s.. a *Oomsbisnsthecity M ots contractor i ow. carload. $75 S175. $3 4
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SItmet of .l-tens TaTke. in and Around Mrs. J. A. Crosby and daughter. ,
us le. left Tuesday for Shublta.
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W. K. Miee came up from Green p he d there, and in this
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OCALA City Clerk Gober pet Tuesday In Springs last Saturday to look after and theirtor
*Ocals. his business for a few hours. He and
E. M. Osborne spent Wednesday In family are spending a vacation at to be h, p
Ocala. Green Springs. We regret to learn vwlqtheyare aT ca sed u e c &b
TUE ITS U U T iS SA l ob .es s pent Frdayn Ocala from him at his family are not well.
on business. Mr. Ed. Clements was in the city
.n Cs m n a u a s sr ..l -~ .P J. Gallagher was in town from last Fridsay and Saturday. He and cam of stferlnag, k ps up his teat p If
a*m.sw t11 inset as si u lag territorofGaiter Tuesday. family have Just returned from the Th suffrin, paiet igets O beer by eao ctjjr i n .
S'- -iO M1 t9e la 110t esrr t sry sJ. L Ro was In town from Willis- the mountains of rorth Carolina. and
W aeni -Mases E eAs. Ourcustomers represut the me1 a= ten last Saturday he reported that they were enjoying stbutpworse. A i e
wh o meWlL sat amdbre sLs i b uldling sueeosterp Steve Carter was In town Wednes- the best of health. His family are volrte ,T lPPOh, wU Al -
WopJ a ad on 410YSr Sum I day on business. now v isiting relatives at Anthony. '.spem"i al thoe 0di I-'a
Dr. J. G. Baskin and Mr. Ollie Hood They will move to Ocala In a short
,,.,~a^BagMM~l 1, speat Tuesday In Ocala. time. t s that, diMl l
Mr. Nic Barco was In the city from Messr. Win. Gober S. Cleve- aB -
Crystal River Monday. land. W. W. Wilkerson and L C. Wal- P ,
Capt. I. 1. Anderson spent Tues- ker and Mrs. M. IA Grantham went to
day in Ocalas on business. Ocala Tuesday to be present at the r S OF 4 a
C. B. Hart of Holder. was a visitor trial of the man Johnson, who was.. -
to Donrellon Saturday. accused of trying to enter Mr. Wilk- fh flAm&W As
Hallle Blitch, of Ocala. was in the erson's home at Rockwell some time .-
city Monday on business, ago. Johnson was acquitted of the "d k a a a k Sea
Mr. Ed. Clements came down from charge
O ala esday on business. At .the primary election to be held As apf of t ""F "F e
Mesirs. A. B. and D. B. Kibler spent on the 5th of October there will be a .
Friday of last week in Oeala. give each voter a small ticket to t rit cpu O" part ml i to i ma a
Dr. J. R. Blackiston of Ocala, was mark for or against the proposed the whole tem d toD i d e-n
In the city Monday on business. cow ordinance now being considered ar kin no s d- cciai y,
Mr. Gilbert of Petteway's side camp by the council. The tickets will be Ll m l li O S tX
was in town Monday trading. placed in a small box and after the WOikSCUWr, TUWOOW, ht.1,
3. A. Trimble was up from Citro- election they will be counted. This teher minm dressmaker em- O er d re r s
I-H ud son 2() nelle last Satbrday on business. has nothing to do with the primary "sS hopDgi*s" ihauseL curs manl ape
Charges Mclver of Hernando was or the candidates and does not have 9i'b'- IrPpW
_n town the first of the week. anything to do with making the laws g ot ad eeb women generally, ganc disee of the
The sensation in m otor cars for It. anders spent Tuesday night for the town. It is to be done to give Dr. Pierces Faim te pt t
inrotc rInOcalalooking after business. the council an intelligent Idea as to g boo
lHA T i 'Mrs. Fred McCredie left Tuesday how the majority of the citizens gO t bo-.5 e ay md
1910-C l m ers-Detoit. T ere Is for Montbrook *to visit relatives stand on the cow ordinance. asan appetizing rd torative Dr. PiCe' P i p
noneedtosayanyhingforthiscar a visitor here last Saturday. THEL'S IDEAS ARE ELEVATED A a oot the d
W rite T. A ERNETH Y, business visitor to awnWednesday.eFor a Wink nd aSprlai Shte Wantsv t ought to poms Dr. le's e
spent Tuesday in Ocala on business. Kansas City, Sept. 28.-Because c hider, am ,a, .t a hou dpe b dLotrtadve volim. It a "
O rlando, orda. 0.. G. Weston spent last Saturday the conductor of a Vine street car Cld t el the et a
and Sunday In Ocala with his family. winked at her and tried to hold mi ion were sd eM each, bt ue i E Ie
______________ ____ ______ __ _ _ ____ Mr. H. Mattozx, the foundry man of her hand in a car crowded, with pas- 21 one-cent tamps to pay the cat of m agair o*r send 31 Maps rar m
Archer, was In the city Wednesday. sengers, Ethel oakum asrought copy. Addre t p ie, Wals Di my M
Marshal Thomas and family return- suit against the Metropolitan Street
ed last Saturday night from Green Railway company for $3,000.
Springs. Not content. with humiliating her Wn
Mrs. J. S. Pedrick is spending some with his Improper attentions, she T OD l I
time in Morriston the guest of rela- aid In the petition, the conductor
tive. asignalledl the motorman to start
C. T. Miller, one of Leroy's leading the car a she was alighting, caus-
citisens, was a business visitor to the lug her to be thrown to the pave- LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
city Monday. ment for Boys Conduct e
Plant S of the Dunnellon Phosphate For injuries she suffered in the Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St. Jokelan. Yoeug
SCompany opened up last Monday. fall she asks an additional $3.000. Boys from 8 to 14 years Receial Lved Car eal tlly Trained long Physical Itel
near Holder. lectuaL Moral and Social Lines. Heal thy Location, Magnificent Swimming-
nPool. Complete Equipment in Schooirooms, Dormioe DiniNg Hall and
Mr. A. M. Brass, one of Holder's NOTICE OF SALE Recreation Roo D nd
leading farmers, was In town Mon-
day t A. Prater and M.- Notice s hereby given that on Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPIEROR.
Messrs. J. A. Prater and M. IA Fer- Thursday, October 7, 10S
guson came up from Holder Tuesday the following goods of the personal St Joseph's-Academy, Loretto, Florida
an business, estate of H. J. Watkins will be sold
Mrs. J. L Trotter and Mrs. W. J. in front of Judge BarkSdale's store In
1 Fielding went to Ocala Wednesday to Dunnellon to the highest bidder:
spend the day. 1 rifle. .3 caliber. Winchester.
Capt. J. A. Tucker came down from 2 shotguns double-barreled.
Ocala Tuesday to visit relatives for 1 shotgun, single-barrel.
several days. 3 rifles.
Hawthorne, where she will visit rla- I big Atell table.
he Brush Runout s for some time. single wagon and harness.
We are pleased to note that Leon- 1 single open buggy and harness.
i I e nr t k ogard Granthani Is Improving from his Isaddle r w bags.
Syou aere rested in or a think of purchain a small runabout recent attack of fever. 2 s, Iron. Have Your Law n M ow er Shar ened by
car there nothinIss for the money so powerful reliable and poei such Pattie Lane was In the city the 2 mattresses. o
bl-climbing and sand-pulling quallitles as the Brush. You can et descrip- first of the week from Citronelle. the 1 pair coil springs.
tive eatalogues by calling on or writIn guest of Miss Cleo Johns. 1 quilt Late t M
Lana S. Black was In the city from comforts.
RBe eAERROJA9eatW W N Mai.CoCy rystal River last Friday, shaking 2 p-llow s.
hands with his many friends. 2 pair blankets. We have 4ut received one of
Mr. J. 17. Cocowlch has opened a 1 lamp.
e and wood camp between Citro- 3 chairs.wn Mower (ide, a m hie
nolle and Crystal River this week. 1 bake pan. LW MOw Grder, mach e
SB^---- 3J. &, Williams returned Friday -1 w flt.
S. nflght from South Florida, where he sugar dish. f o the purpose of grind g Lawa
S*S@SSIOOS 3I 00>* S*ad been for several days on business. glass spoon holder. th work ..f'a*Iw J w
Messrs. I. H. Sanders and C.A. 2 pool tables and fixtures. rk perfect. If you w l
; ROL .INS COLLEGE;; "2"'^. "Rnh 11 et e g ^ eeoyour patronage, we granted tops g
SFLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE e. Cee r Bhi left the irsth of singgasm o lam. Mower in better condition than the
COLLEGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESIQN, asccepted the charge of theylethodlst D. G. Watkins, Administrator. j t. It will be ha and sa r
a FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND church. wi arp, and stay sharp
saMarshal S. %,M. Thomas has his NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR old style way, which Is usually 4
Car e a ad trd men's dormitory now completed; electr Advocate for re-election to the of- ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
ght, steam and urace heat; large faculty; perfect health codi- ee he now holds. Mr. Thomas has OeO ow workman with a le or a
ties.; See ymamulum. athletic Gelds., boats. tennis courts, gol links; held the office of marshal for a Notice Is hereby given that Peninsular ________
baseball, football and basketball teams champions of Floridla n I. number of years and has made a Naval stores company purchaser of taxa
early a quarter et a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; most eExcellent official. He numbers certificates Nos. 117, 1191 dated June t -
setbtraips available; ChristIan but undenominational; stands for his friends and supporters by the 5th. 1905,. 1147 dated July 9th. 1890, u n-g-- w-- w-
4L ra score and will no doubt make a very 1839, 140,. 1841. 1844 dated Aug. 3rd, ._
Fo CJ.'3 :- p f strong race; the wining race so his 1891. 1753, dated July 2nd, 1894, 2899, 1 or
frie ds say. dated Dec. 2nd, 1895, and 443, dated a"c.y w u
SCable.. Adre U e Preewest Mr. C. L. Deo is another one of May 2nd. 1887, and has filed said cer- 4 i tsn
our citiseus who has as announce- tiflcates in my office and has made .

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