Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 29, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: VID03284
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
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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14 N&. I OCALA, FRIDA, W NESDAY. SEPTFMFa 29, i. CW
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'COLLISION I- CHICAGO
DTOAF Hr All FRK OUK[ iS p,.,r T '"^ the 11ilflE Bly INAl N=

Rear o a Pi t with Fatal ---
*.i O.tstaf Florida Comvemed Jack. 111 4 St Men Of Mer Hsband ad Two Daghb
Ch c g. S "t s r.e il E ,, R 2, Ex- Cw C ahicago S ept T-wx om w
Llames on Appllests some of them fatally, Then an out- Infants
bound passenger train on the Pan-
B." handle road crashed into the rear of Ottawa, Sept. 29.-At Sudbury, o
(asnl M e^trpis 28t.) a C & St. P. cattle train last Ont.. Justice McGee sentenced yes- w i
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 28th.) night. -n tow,. terday Mrs. Annie Annie Robinson,
S1 All were stockmen, a Canadian woman, forty-fve years
SDisplaying commendable determi- many T bler of lo ig in the old, to be hanged November 24 for
nation to see to the enforcement of ,mboose attached-tru-tie .-- of the the murder of the infant children of
Slaws recently enacted for the. pr- train, and trainmen, her two daughters, Jessie and Ellen,
pose of preventing fake opticians None of the passengers or t.ain- girls about seventeen and eighteen
from plying their nefarious and n- men of the passenger train were years old. at Warren, Ont
Jurors avocation within the bounds hurt. Both girls allege that their father.
of Florida. the Florida Optical So- The impact of the passenger train, the condemned woman's husband.
city, with a large attendance of which was going at a goe rate of was the father of their infants. At-
members from all sections of the speed, made splinters ol.*the ca- ter a search of many days, Robin-
SSSstate, Is again in session today at the boose. The engine of the passenger son was captured and he iS now fac-
SWtdsor hotel. For many years the traln was smashed, and many of the ing three serious charges. It is al-
g S|IA bane of reputable oculists and ap- cattle cars were piled up a son- leged that Mrs. Robainson, crazed
ticians has been the optcal aker fuased aas of wreckage. Cinders with the disgrace, smothered or s-
who travels from place to place, fol- from the wrecked lotomotivn set the sisted in smothering the two child-
Sf r plowing state fairs and other amue- wreckage on Are and added horror ren. UI FHL M
meat features, and injuring the eyes to the aair, also greatly hampering The judge expressed supreme sor-
oad pocketbooks of thousands of i n- the work of rescue row for the pitiful position of Mrs.
SrrJ M Mle sophisticated people who are led in- Some of the injured were in immi- Robinson. The jury made a strong
"mrto having their eyes examined and neat danger of being roasted alive. recommendation for mercy. Mrs.
SAtted" by those of the tly-by-night All of the water that was available Robinson as she wa sentenced stood
variety. This practice, members of wa brought to play on the mass of in the corner of the dock, her el-
the society hope, will be broken aup burning wreckage, and the fire was bows resting on the rail. with her
and they ask the aid of all news- kept down sufficiently to allow the face buried in her handkerchief, a
papers and eitlens in the work. rescue of the injured, by the wreck- sobbing convulsively. Every effort
1 i13. BomeT's Addres aing crew which was made up of all will be made to have the sentence
One of the principal features of the able-bodied men of both crews commuted.
the meeting was an address by Dr. and the passengers of the Panhandle
D. M. Boney of Ocala, president of train, who pulled off their coats and READ THIS:
the society, which was decidedly in- went to the assistance of the rail- -
teresting to those attending. Dr. road men. Dunnellon, Fla. Sept. 1st. 109.-I
Boney reviewed the work of the so- Some of the dead were burned have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. n ll s
caety from its organistion, and from before they could be reached. The Louis, Mo., for six years. Every bot-
Shis report it is evident that much smell of burning flesh added to the tie I sell adds a customer for it It is
i dt .good has been done. horror of the scene. a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
Ss l iFollowing arte the names of some rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,escmud
h M of the opticians attending: n Merchant. day's treatment in each

* d*^*- .=B"* ,.tein, Tampa:; G". W. ....Stokes. Jack- U htl0HS.. __... ...
D. 9 1one o sonville: R. T. Radford. Lake Cityh pld t e c l ots SEVEN MEN SAVED
tIs .i Maynard. Miami: Major J. Gumbin- w e Eight of the Crew of the Noawiegiiea..
"MY FAVORIT ff ger, Jacksonville; E. W. Prazee, Ar- JE Steamer Gere Lot
1111011 One Dadi B. M. Moody, Lake City; L Philadelphia, Sept. 29.-Part of
t P C. Colesr Gainesville; Dr. D. M. Bon- Cthe crew of the Norwegian steamship ,l the
ey, Ocala; N. H. Clark, Dayto-a; T. Gere, which was wrecked oa Winter
Fr a by G. Yates, Penacola; B. S. Boswell, f..oe POWbTI Quarter lightship, are aboard the Eatery Pto
Live Oak; M. R. Campbell, Key British steamer Arroyo a which is on pay eY
|s P. GaW TROXLER w . e, e, x o ra am package Jiec
Th iW e rpTROXLER ort its. i rmll fn bhernsgfe addd to he)O e ti its way to this port. The men on
ohers. s tablepoonfuls of core starch. Dis. the Arroyo are the captain, first
o l-ln-- '- -- reMany Appliests solve Io ihttlc cold milk. Stirthisimic- mate and five sailors.
Many applications have been made t lure into on quart of li'ng lkf and These men were rescued by the A
SL IL* ^ J_ 0. AYTR to the examining board, of which oeto nuo mi yte crew at the lightship when the ves-
SDr. Boney is president and Dr. elm or any sood pmddsi saucm. Use sel was foundering, and later the
AHY Lough secretary and treasurer, for d, f e 'iaoni De rm ,-aty to event Arroyo came along, was a gnaled
licenses to practice in Florida. The Irs or amy smalltruits. and the men transferred to her. They T
ISM ALM 8 O MO diplomas of reputable colleges are tir a packageof JelO Ice Cream are the survivors of the crew of fi-
S- AAkAs a result quite a number will be s Pe~entadsh. .HEALTH AND VITALITY ISto Ge t
S&CAlg Among the applicants are the fol- llpstrated e.pe2. Rd Cosmetics and lotions will not clear M.e.. Sand t d nrt-i
S, lowing: Max Ausehwitz, Ft. Meade: Tt ICE1r e C D. ie AII ,eNT.N your complexion of pimples and mi for pni OutfNo
......... B. Rowell, Live k; W. M. Mar.... ... blotches like oley's Orn Laxave, w rs ywoomW i
Pe' Sal by cas, Jacksonville; V. E. Jacobs, for indigestion, stomach and liver \ e A n paint and pain

Uv ina; W J t.JMllikn y Petersburg; ;DCleanses the system and e pleasant
rth DENTAL PURGECON KMtg Jaclonlal; Bess e W Lu h S HOLBERT, 1. D. to take. Sold by all druggists. l,1
^^ v Rooms 9, 19 and 11.' Tampa; O. P. Lukens, Orlando; J. WlOM]lOPATINO t-tmlCIAN AND STORM ON THE COAST S T.ld!
A O D Newborn, Gainesville; G. Goldstein, 9e--SeBonrd Floor The Munroe B small proportions has the Atlantic
T. W TR XLER WTampa; D. W. Maynardh Miit; ,. Chambliss Bank Bseidlng. Oala t coast to tis port. Thdvesmens tonthe







StRMS. CASH. C. Butterwick, Brooksville; W. C. Florida. number of nearly one hundred have
i --- ____Maynard, Gainesville; H. A. Iverson. relepheae-Ofce. 222; Residence, run into Hampton Roads to gain the ,-,
S,. .Arcadia; F. A. Overby, Apalachino- sI protection of a land-locked harbor.
M al llnsky a Jacksonville; W b Mn Sham- De.; :0 to 80 bwl m.g i urvarolenT ameng wee Maresud byrss. t h









ATal IlrR ~n t enon. Galnevllle; George Stokh, t -- --The craft that have sought protes-


West.ca. n. ampe, ey tion off Hampton Roaas are ior the LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
-mK *'3 u--d e-- e E7 I. F C AN mostt part sailing vessels bound
co -ide The soci e adIt isabilit of ps south. Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St. Jose.h. Young
Pheae 211 cosiderng the advisability of pros- Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along PhysicaL Intel-
ecutingq quite a number of men who B fio 8 to 14 year LesM
C heare: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 6 p. 0. have been engaged Iq selling Spec- Sa rg A BURGLAR IN TOWN lectual. Mora and Social ea y ocatone
S:CA les when they had no diplomas Pool, Complete Equipment ln Schoolr ooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall ad
_* C 1 and re i were n wise equipped for Ge ral Putie Car Made Prmptly atos name Is "badreough." He doesn't Recreation Roon.a.
the difscult work of fitting glasses. Night steal your health away. It he appears Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
Thousands of people have had their A In your house arrest him at once with
*E .IC E eyes ruined by people of this class, pal At ion to Obttnes, Di Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may St Joseph's Academy, Lorett, Florida
and the people of Florida generally seem of Wee.n and Childen mean consumption if you don't. A cure
appreciate the fact that the society for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
has secured the enactment of laws Office: Rooms -22 Holder Building, bes. Price 25c. 60c and $1 per bottle.
which will allow the public and rep- Se eond Floor; Phones, Office No. 333; Sold by all druggists.
M IR i edF WIa table oculists and opticians to be Itesidence, No. 3 3.
protected from fakers. OCALA. FLORIDA SORA'S CREW BA]E
The society will probably adjourn
M may. bute It you wMi ezaml tonight. a Manila, Sept. 29.-The military
6e11120W tdo Ice which melts so rap- authorities apparently discredit the
Y7 WIN ste that there seem to TO BE HAPPY W ) rumored capture of the revenue cut-
be beles la It, a the center is what you must have good health. Ton can't Outer Sora and the slaughter of the
f .am lt 'Which' bqlag por- have good health If your liver is not entire crew by pirates. H ae YO r Lat
-d e t todtqut oing its duty--slow but sure poison- a e our
PfI ng I going on all the time under such CONT CTOR AND BUILDER TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
S.W makes a perfectly healthy liver- PLANS FURNISHED CarlIsle Center, N. Y, G. B. Burhans,
The kbl d we tftnput Is as clear keeps the stomach and bowels right ON APPLICATION writes: "About four years ago I wrote
MA pigde t as It' i possible to make and acts as a tonic for the entire sys- you that I had been entirely cured of
20% 01i t I the most economlcaJ Ice tem. Sold by all druggists. P. 0. Bes 4. OCALA, FLA. kidney trouble by taking two bottlesve ju cv
ft amrn Ask th man on the Red of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after L w rndr
SWaig to st o and see you. PHILADELPHIA BANDITS four years I am again pleased to sta'e LAWr M wer Grinders,
S, --___ THERE 18 A DIFFERENCE IN that I have never had any return of
StRaided a alooo ad Shot Three those symptoms and I am evidently for the purpose of grind
A t AI liA PA lin l __ cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
SNPhiledelphla, Sept. 29.--One man Remedy will do the same for you. So:d the ork perfect.

SPApital n the northern part of the city yor patro ge we guCITY
ing from bullet wounds. th _____ Mower in better condatict
S5 reult of a holdup in a saloon tht Lake City. Sept. 29.-A fire that Mower in better condti
section of the cty last evening. broke outyesterday destroyedthr i Itwill besharp, and
Two highwaymen, who wore black Ebusiness houses and entailed a los
C. J. PHILLIPS masks, entered the saloon and pro- of $25.000. The houses burned
ceeded to bold up and rob all who
w. owBoom were present. In resisting the rob- Our ice by our new process is froz- were Strong & Co's. store. Markem's e
bers the bartender was killed and en at a temperature of eight to ten book store and Mrs. Riley's riemiedworkman with
two others wounded. The highway- degrees above zero, is as clear as crys- nery store.
V"s-- ...... anons Fu ranshed men, alarmed because of what they tal and as pure as can be made. We D
had done. ran out of the saloon. guarantee it to last longer. IT SAVED HIS LEG Next Ime y r M
They have not been caught. "All thought rd lose my leg. writes
The memo notI BUY FRhM J. A. Swenson. W atertown. W IL. "Ten _ _
THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS of ezema, that 15 doctors could
- --'--- not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
was seen in the red face, hands and And Not be Disappointed in Service Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound u


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te ie to pay for the pr shoes. clothing and its design of over- HOW1r THIS
alis has a national reputation.
of Jhvl1 theL- But this hurried sketch must suf- We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
Obsurvatiem cars ran at Intervals or fie. imperfect as it is. from the fact ward for any case of catarrh that can-
an bur aU over town and the sab- that the memorandum made at the not be cured by Halts Catarrh Cure.
r ad at to Frt Douglass on time became misplaced and I had to J. Cheney & Co.,
top of a hih plateau at a cost of one write from memory and that soon be- Toledo. 0.
dollar to the trip. A speaker com- com treacherous after a lapse of a We. the undersigned. have known
pales each car and his description of veIr short time. V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years. and
the town is aInteresting Information believe him perfectly honorable in all
He tails you that all the streets of the C. E. FOY, SR. business transactions and financially
town are laid at right angles; that -- able to carry out any obligations made
every street is 10 feet wide: that the As noted in the Star Monday. Mr. by his firm.
residence portion of the town is lined Charles O'Malley Foy, Sr.. who had Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
with trees that cast a grateful shade. been quite ill for some time of con- Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
H. pointed out lmposnlag Protestant sumption. was brought to Ocala by Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
church buildings, which he said would Dr. T. K. Slaughter and placed in the ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
sapr se visitors In a town that was hospital, where he was operated on by cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
largely dominated by Mormons, but Drs. Slaughter and Izlar. While the monials sent free. Price 7Sc per bot-
they were numerous and a number operation was successful and the pa- tie. Sold by all druggists. Take HairWs
cost a good sised fortune. tent greatly relieved, yet he never Family Pills for constipation.
Malt Lake has many elegant and rallied to any appreciable extent, but -
costly homes, and the distinctive fea- gradually sank. until death claimed There were two million visitors that
tore of their history ran like this: him at 8 o'clock last night. thronged New York City Sunday to
There Is the home of attorney so and His son. Mr. C. E. Foy and wife and see the sights of warships of eight
s, who took a retainer of stock In a little daughter. Miss Essle Foy. and nations in the harbor and best of all
tfgted mine. At the time thl took adopted daughter. Miss Sarah Glstar, not an accident occurred in the crush
please the paper the stock was printed were with him when he died. 'They at the points of greatest interest. Nev-
as was deemed the most valuable as- came to the hospital with him and er a scene like it before. The decks
Set, but since then a big pay Streak were unremitting in their care of him. of the warships was a living mass of
was struck that has made the attor- The remains are in charge of Mclver humanity from early morn until dewey
My several time a millionaire. YOl & MacKay. undertakers, and will be eve and the gallant officers did their
ean easily catch the gist of this re- taken to Leesburg to be interred by duty showing them the sights. They
mark when we state that the High- the side of his wife who preceded him were mostly women. There were 50.-
land Bay mine has paid 15 million five years ago. with the same afflic- 000 autos in Central Park. A billion
a"d over In dividends and a share tlon. candle power illuminated the city at
represents a great big fortune. There Deceased has a brother. H. B. Foy. night and cost $50.000. The churches
were others in this category, like the of High Springs,. and a sister. Mrs. J. were crowded and several dozen ser-
Lueky Boy and the King mine, and E. Jenkins, of Washington, D. C. He mons were preached touching on the
others Now passed out of memory. We was born in Buford, S. C.. but came Hudson-Pulton celebration and the
pass a magnificent business block on to Ocala several years ago from Geor- life of these two men. Tonight, Wed-
a main street and the spieler an- gia and for a time engaged success- nesday, banquet will be tendered the
omnees that it belongs to a Mrs. Cum- fully in the real estate business. He foreign guests In the New (Hotel Astor
angs, a widow, who is Immensely then went to Port Inglis, where he ball room. the decoration of the cell-
- rich and her husband made his money conducted a hotel for a time and be- Ing being solid bronze and costing
In a similar manner. Her home is a came postmaster of the place, but his $50.000. There will be 2,200 guests
veritable palace, but that good womrn- health grew worse. so he sold out and and each plate will represent $20. The
an's heart is In he right place, for one bought a home at Belleview. biggest carpet ever woven will cover
of the consplegous objects on the hill Mr. Foy wan an amiable gentleman the floor, 200x150 feet wide. The or-
gealg to the fort is a commanding of a bright and sunny disposition, a gan in the dining room has 102 speak-
bulinlg, which we are Informed is the well stored mind and nature endowed Ing stops. It will be the grandest af-
Indigent miners' home, the money to him with a poetic temperament, con- fair ever given in New York City.
build It coming from the treasury of tributing some really deserving verses
this good woman, who spent several to the local press of Ocala. His last NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
thousand dollars to erect and equip it effusion was a beautifully written --
and half a million more to endow it poem for the 4th of July celebration It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
and is the home of any aged miner at Belleview. but which he was too Ida Soper to face death. "For years
who spent his life prospecting and unwell to read at the time. a severe lung trouble gave me Intense
mininbg. We understand nearly 200 He was 52 years of age. He bore his suffering," she writes, "and several
Infirm and aged miners now live there affliction with the greatest fortitude times nearly caused my death. All
In ease and their declining days are and patience. He knew the end was remedies failed and doctors said I was
made comfortable by this kind, good not far off. was resigned and his last incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
and generous hearted woman, request was that he be buried by the cover brought quick relief and a cure
FVt Douglass Is occupied by the t side of his wife. A good man has so permanent that I have not been
15th U Infantry. It is a beautiful gone from among us. troubled in twelve years. Mrs. So-
and commanding location; looks eight per lives in Big Pond, Pa. It worse
down on the city. It has generous We had the pleasure to look into the wonders In coughs and colds, sore
and comfortable barracks and elegant state prison hospital this morning at lungs. hemorrhages, la grippe, asth-
homes for the officers. It has beau- the Marion Farms and found every- ma, croup, whooping cough and all
tifUl shaded lawns and the finest wa- thing in splendid condition. The pa- bronchial affections. 54c and $1. Trial
tet on mrth. Yet It is said that en. tients. a dozen of them. were doing bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
Badger remarked 15 years ago as hbe nicely. The floors and the bedding on gists.
was sent to spy out this country that the cots were clean and the patients
e was ready to deliver 1. in coin had only words of praise forth the treat- NOTICE
for every spear of grass that could be ment received and the attention given
grown In that country. If this valiant them by Hospital Steward J. A. Potter 1910 state and county occupa-
son of wars could return to earth and and the attending physician. Dr. S. H. tional licenses will be due and pay-
see the paradise that has been made Blitch. We inspected the dining hall able October 1st, 1909. Please
out of the desert, he would faint for and the kitchen and their neatness and give this matter your prompt atten-
the safety of his bank account, for cleanliness were indeed pleasing. The tion. E. L. Carney,
there are thousands of acres of green good cooked was abundant and whole- Tax Collector.
alfalfa, barley and wheat In the val- some and the pies and corn bread It-d-lm-w Tax Collector.
ley and hay stocks of portentous pro. looked so tempting it was difficult to
portions dot the landscape over. restrain one's desire to sample them.
In returning we had a good look at At present there are 61 Inmates at I
Emigrant Gap In the Wasatch moun- the farm. The relations of superin- _MCA b | t IR A
tains. through which Brigham Young tendent and guards with prisoners for -0 -
led his home-seeking hosts In sighting the past six months have been very 1W h i n S CBahildm
Salt Lake valley. It Is noticeable from harmonious and everything has mov-
the fact that this expedition of Brig- ed along like clock work. n 1 | ft uL "i o
ham Young's contained scarcely 200 .. ..r. t .
persons, not quite that number of
horses and other equipment and that signature of
it took over a year to make the jour- Ral dA gUflfg
ney from the Missouri river to Salt BeIU RUlU U U0 A Sw e
Lake\valley. Here is a flagstaff and A PORTRAIT ARTIST
flag that marks the spot made memor-
able in Mormon and United States Mr. p. A. Augerstine. a well known
history. What a theme for contem- g-mrn F* ru....ate European genre and portrait painter,
platlon! What marvels have that valt a graduate of the Royal Academy of
lant band wrought in half a century! ll** Fne Arts at Berlin, is in the city, a
Comiag down the incline to town, IUa T AaU guest of the LeSeuer House. He has
the Utah Univerlsity buildings are won considerable fame as a type
pointed out and several magnificent These De...,ous Candles Can.. be Had painter, having been awarded several
public school buildings, but the school ... medals for merit at Brussels, Berlin
house that attracts the most attention OlIy at the and Paris. He will open a studio at
is the building erected for the educa- No. 10 port King avenue with Messrs.
tlon of Brigham's children. 51 of them, Parramore and Halsell. Mr. Auger-
and incidentally said children had 21 Od rllT PhairrnaCr'Y stine !il be pleased to receive vis-
mothers. The Mormon Endowment A 1 itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It
house and the home of Emily Young. will be Interesting to see him at work.
his favorite wife, were pointed out and He also has on exhibition several
looked at with great Interest. finely executed oil paintings, which
The Mormon temple is a grand rTllita are open for inspection.
building with magnlflelent proportions --
of granite brought in ox teams from SUITS TO ORDER
quarries in the mountains twenty odd V *. Inmn A f s ( .-
miles away, and It took years to bring II| AIIIlII Inli 1f|IlIV Mr. B. H. Sanders has opened an
the material and erect it. It is said lmo y OUUUW UVvlJ office at 35 South Main street, where
have cost three millions of dollars. he is prepared to show a very fine line


None are allowed In the building put k l I of samples and take orders for suits
the "pure in heart" and of Mormon that are bound to fit and will give ex-
falth. Most of their marriages are -- cellent values. Gime him a calL
solemnized there. Though, it is said STRONGEST IN THB wORFLD"
by the National editorial persuasion. N T WORLD" 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING
who visited Salt Lake City in 1892, In -- ---
which Judge Alex Wynne and wife of MISS FLORIDA CONDON, How Is that This is not an auto-
Eastlake, Marion county, were mem- mobile, but one of those new 8-inch
bers that Mrs. Wytne so Ingratiated Resident Agent. Westinghouse electric fans that I
herself into the good graces of a Mor- -- ---- have just received. Let me place one
mon, who had charge of the building, or two of them in your home or on
that he permitted her to enter the T li 1 your desk. H. W. Tucker, the eleo-
building. Thisiss one of the events In I IW i A I J trical supnly man.
the life of Mrs. Wynne. The Assem- aV* R U JI
bly House is where the committee of HIPPITY HOP
TO Momons meet and conduct all the FUNPRAL DIRECTORS
affairs, secular and religious or the Are you Just barely getting around
Siorder. Ulaht S Emhll ms by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
The audItorium, where the Mormons --W- W ans ...... d .. "
hl The aditorserm. where the Morag onsifien less you have lost a limb or have a
'hold t "her sewa. ia. maluflct" 6 **.IL MCVer Afr B&. o deformity-It your trouble is rheuma-
structure. It seats S0W people and Unetakers. tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, or
the building has not a support or pAl- anything of like nature use Ballard's
lar inside of ts wallS. It is the home Snow Liniment and in no time you can
or a magnicent organ. The acoustic Fi Cat B lfill ROb throw away your crutches and be as
propefties of the auditorium are per- well as anyone. Price 25c 50c and i
ect. You can stand on its spacious All work done by licensed embalm- Sold by' all druggists
stage and hear the dropping of a pin ers and fully guaranteed.
on the floor at the back of the hall. __HOUSE FOR RENT
Another peculiarity of this wondrous -
building Is that not a nail was driven A splendidly located six-room house
In It walls In It construction. The T near high shoo n good condition
buildings are the mecca of any person b ath and electric lights. Apply at
who visits Salt Lake City. Visitors (T In D ( AT T Star office
are welcome at stated hours and a VC J&LID M ) --L"
guide accompanies you and explains AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
all the details and history of the -. 1U1im AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
buodla ssMSS9mI UW ---
buildMormon Home an Immense -- A five-passenger automobile, two-
mercantile institution, know a. the | r --..s.k ta. cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
Zioe Cooperative Society, at whleh *.* MB, r p condition and everything complete, for
every good Mormon doeshis trading. sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R
or at the branch stores scattered over t Deer to the Westen Uni Tdns.
the state. The parent store does some N to the WNOTICE Union
I d ,. _, j__ .....__* --__ -----_ --r------- ---- ESTRAY NOTICE


IMPOSING CEREMONIES I
Which Wil Ta-s Ples Lonm n
Cemm- o ef teo Tempe
Theater f& Theraday
1. Masons win meet at Masonic
hall at 3 p. m.
2. Process will form at Masonic
hall at 3:30, led by offers of Grand
Lodge and other Masons and headed
by band.
& Ceremonies of laying the cor-
nerstone begin at 4 p. m.
4. Oration as conclusion of cere-
monies by Grand Lodge orator.
C. Special meeting at Masonic hal
at 7:30 p. m. for exemplification of
work by Grand Lodge officers.
All Masons and the public are cor-
dially invited to attend.
ATTENTION, MASONS
All Masons are earnestly and cor-
dially Invited to be present with us
and participate I the ceremonies of
the laying of the cornerstone of our
new "Temple Theater" by officers of
the grand lodge on Thursday. Sept.
30th at p.i L., and also to meet with
us the same evening to witness ex-
emplification of work by officers of
the grand lodge. Please notice date,
Thursday, Sept. 30th, at 3 p. m., Ocala,
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 F. & A. M.
MORE SUBSCRIPTIONS WANTED
The Masonic committee who have
the building of the new Temple thea-
ter In charge say that they need a
few more subscriptions to the stock
to make some little additions that will
greatly Improve the looks and useful-
ness of the theater. These are a
great many people who have not sub-
scribed for any of the stock. This !s
their opportunity. It will be a goed
investment and a public benefit.
ACT QUICKLY
If you have a sudden chill--if you
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea--don't
wait a minute. Take a teaspoonful
of Perry Davis' Painkiller in half a
glass of hot water or milk. You'll be
on the road to quick recovery. Have
this tried remedy on hand for imme-
diate use. Being prepared is half the
battle. New size 35c., also In 50e. size.
HUDSON-FULTON MARCH FREE
Next Sunday the New York World
offers its readers a real musical treat
in honor of the great Hudson-Pulton
celebration. The World will publish
the official Hudson-Fulto-Fulton 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 famous stage beauties by
Archie Gunn. Nobody can afford to
miss getting next Sunday's World.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Baylis*. a merchant of
Robinsonville. Del.. wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did not
have consumption, it was near to It.
I commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
gists.


DECORATIVE ART


For high grade work of all kinds
of painting, paperhanging and dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and ef-
ficient corps of decorators, call at Me-
Icer & MacKay's.
KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill It by prevention.
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
druggists.
THE ukST PRuiu ., ION
Not a single 'phone has burned in a
house in Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates. $9 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.
Eagles meet this evening.


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October S.

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Leading Veicle Dealer

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CARD OF TMANKM will hold the rest o9 th=M |
We take this method of thanking a while. We wiB abSl havTe a
the public through the columns of a riaabeot.-, Mdw 1"
your paper for the liberal patronage motor a frot at -ar t Uh
that has been extended us through oa elat ct h 11 i whel, '
the past season in our business, as type trans is _amg ad dAe
we have not been able to deliver drive, 30sM S 1- tirw; iai wi
cars, as the entire country as a to say to the pute that s ftr e
whole bought more cars than the PulltaI thmr h iad 1
Buick factory could produce. We this C has t a e0 al. TkmQkat '1
are just in receipt of letters giving frileds tfWr t P to, w p -
us a alight inkling of our 1910 pro- Vr y Numit --,aU 1.
duct, assuring us of the fact that OCALA AS ENGMINM W K 5.
there will be no question in the fu- r J, L a ,. gL
ture that we will be cared for. Our -
1910 models will be ready for de- Do not be lderama by
livery the frst of November, and Imitators who weuM W% Mft
we have the assurance that if we that the Imialsm pals ar as s
should need 100 cars we can deliver DeWltt's Klda ad Bsn i* OW
the same. Our models 10 and 17 here hwt saythmar Jast "
will be continued, but the horse- these wodersml pl lsor "-
power will be increased 20 per cent. Backaclhe Week Bar. a--B i <
We will also haye a model known the bladder, ariaary iodrs--- -'a
as No. 18, pra lecauy the same as kidney = =* _eoa Aay em ,s .
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller DeWltt's Kuaie d Bi- dr M l a1
car, and will sell for about $1400 directed Ia p erl aMM n at gd e S
complete, and we think this model results. S6id b- j
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Jams of all klids, Gumva Jelly, also AppleQaee, n*l
Fig Preserves and many voters, e Olives paNtId,
Olive Chow Chow, Plekles, Apple, Peach ad PIm .


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assortment of camed meat, uad aoter good tiap J1 t
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Eagles meet this evening.

"Waukesha" Ginger Ale at Ballard's.

Messrs. 8. C. and G. L& Persons of
Flvay. are at the Montezuma.
Mr. T. t:. Tower, a prohphate man
from Dutton, is at the Montezuma.

Mr. C'. E. Morris of Port Inglis. Is
a guest of the Montezuma.
Jake Klein is getting In a stock of
new fall goods.

Mr. W. R. Craig of Utica, Miss.. is
at the Montezuma.

There were 30 arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma yesterday.

Mr. J. K. Kelley of Invern'ss is at
the Montezuma.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L Goodwin of Lees-
burg are stopping at the Montezuma.
The Ocala House had 25 arrivals
yesterday and last night.

Mr. E. R. Bliss of Orlando. was aIt
the Montezuma last night.
Mr. Joseph Malever left yesterday
for a business visit to Savannah.
Mr. E. W. Agnew came up from the
lake today.

Read Mrs. Bostick's advertisement
on the first page. A word to the wise
is a plenty.


Fresh shipment of Belle
sweets just received at the
Pharmacy.


TAMPA SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
Regular telegraph operator In charge assisted by competent teachers.
Pa...m.hip, typewriting, spelling, letter-writing and office practice with
eemnerceia and railway telegraph. Students go from the college direct to
0sd pwitioms on the road. Three months, $25; life scholarship, $40. Board
=6 rom at 816 a mouth. Enter now.


Mead
Court


The H. B. Masters company has in-
stalled an extra phone in its grocery
department.

Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
Pharmacy.

Mr. Jack Williams of Citra, one of
the best known phosphate men of the
state. Is at the Montexuma.

Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage. Jr.. have
welcomed a little jirl baby to their
hearthstone.

A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hosiery for women has
been received at Flshel's.

Messrs. J. F. Council, J. B. Smith
and Alex Holly, of Lakeland, are
guests of the Ocala House.

FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
Colbert at tax collector's office.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

The best package of paper, 'linen
cloth finish, 25 cents per pound, and
envelopes to match at Ocaal. News Co.
The Metropolitan Band will furnish
muslc at the laying of the corner-
stone at the Temple Theater tomorrow
afternoon.

j All of the high school books and sup-
I plies are now in. You can get the
high school books only at the Ocala
News Co.

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

Mr. and Mrs. Richwine were in town
today shopping. Mr. Richwine is one
of the thriftiest farmers in his sec-
tion of the county.

BOARDERS WANTED-Two young
men or couple can obtain first-class
board and room in private family.
Apply "J." care Star.
Young Goldman at the Globe is
quite an artist in window trimming, a
specimen of which can be seen at the
Globe.
We are showing the best 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had.
and if you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postofflee Drugstore.

Dr. E. Van Hood is having some re-
pairs and improvements made on his
handsome residence on Fort King
avenue.


Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .Leach and Dr.
and Mrs. Montgomery of Micanopy,
were guests of the Ocala House yes-
terday and last night.

Mrs. H. G. Spooner and daughter,
Eleanor. of Lake Weir. were guests of
the Ocala House yesterday and last
night.

Mr. Emil Van Espen of Istachattj.
is a guest of the Ocala House. Mr.
Van Espen is a phosphate miner at
that place.

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and daughter.
Miss Virginia, who have been spend-
ing some time at Galbraita Springs.
Tenn., returned home today.

If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 25e. The Postoffice Drug-
store.

Mr. R. E. Lenard of Jacksonville.
head of the Southern Weighing and
Inspecting Bureau. is a guest of the
Ocala House.


Information



Buy Cream Flour, true

to its name. You pay

no more for it than other


High grade Flour.


Ev-


ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that

can be made from soft


winter wheat.
exclusively by


Sold ex.


TEAPOT

GROCERY


BANNER'S CONTEST
CLOSES TONIGHT
The Merchant's and Banner's coop-
erative diamond ring contest will
close tonight. Interest runs high in
the contest a d there will be a lively
time at the closing scene. The mer-
chants who entered the contest have
done well and the investments paid
them.

"WOODMAR"-FOR RBNT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE--Furnished;
running water. 85 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished: running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Pla.


YOU HAVE OFTEN
HliARD THE REMARK:
"He is all right. He has been prac-
ticing for twenty-seven years."
Next time you hear that, think, has
he kept step with progress, or is he
where he was twenty-seven years
ago?
They treated eyes by burning the
lids twenty-seven years ago.
Some are practicing it yet. but they
ought to be put in JaiL
You should know better than that
yourself.
I give the why and wherefore for
everything I do in our optical work,
and prove it to your eyes without
digging or cutting on them.
DR. D. M. BONEY.
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

FRESH SEEDS


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

HAIR WORK DONE

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

SEED /
New crop of garden and flower
seeds just received. Wi. Anderson,
druggist and seeasman, Ocala, Fla.

Mrs. H. C. Webb and her handsome
little son are now enjoying Indian
summer in Northern Michigan. Short-
ly after Mrs. Webb's return to her
home in Houston, Tex., from her visit!
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. An- 1
thony, in Ocala, the little boy wasJ
threatened with fever, which causedI
the trip to Michigan, where Harry, Jr.,!
soon recovered his health.

Mr. King. representative of the
Johnson Grocery Co., Jacksonville, has
rented the house on Tuscawilla street
formerly occupied by Mr. Will Mar-
law and will move in at once.

Mrs. W. A. Knight and children
have returned from their summer visit
to friends at Valdosta, Ga., where they
had a perfectly delightful time.

Take care of your stomach. Let Ko-
dol digest all the food you eat, for
that Is what Kodol does. Every tea-
spoonful of Kodol digests 2% pounds
of food. Try it today. It is guaran-
teed to relieve you or your money back.
Sold by all druggists.


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THE UP-TO-DATE


IN HATS


Several new corages have Just been
built oad Exposition street. The color-
ed people are rapidly building up this
part of town and in the past five years
200 or more cottages have been placed
on the assessment rolls of the city.

STEEL BEAMS DELAYED

The delay in getting the steel beams
for the new R. L. Anderson building
on the west side of the square has de-
layed the work on the job. They are
now daily expected and when they
come in the work will be pushed for-
ward.

J. W. WARD, JR. VERY ILL
Dr. J. W. Hood returned today from
a visit to Mr. J. W. Ward, Jr., at Flor-
al City. who is well and favorably
known in Ocala. Mr. Ward was very
ill in Jacksonville for three weeks
with fever and on returning home he
suffered a relapse. It is hoped he will
soon take a turn for the better.

Its going to be Air Dome weather
this evening and with three reels of
fine pictures and a moonlight walk,
coming and going, you will be like the
label on the bottle if you don't see
them.




ALLEN'S

LUNG

BALSAM
For deepseated
COUGHS.
COLDS.
CROUP.
A e. Bak t ar a ft-k Cdi.

Sold by all Drnuaists.
DAVIS a LAWRENCR CO., NewYork.


Mrs. Ruby Berry has moved into
her new house corner Squth 8th and
Orange streets and her 'father. Mr.
Hinton. came in this morning from
Sharpe's Ferry to see to the sinking
of a well on the premises.

The Osceola Athletic Association
will open the doors of the Institution
to its members Oct. 1st. All members
are urged to be present on that oc-
casion.

Messrs. W. B. Johnson and D. A.
Clark. of Martel. members of the
Clark-Ray-Johnson Co., were at the
Montezuma today.

Mr. D. A. Clark. a weU known naval
stores operator of Martel, was in the
city yesterday and is making his
headquarters at the Aragon HoteL Mr.
Clark is accompanied by Mr. W. B.
Johnson. who Is engaged in the same
business at Martel.-Times-Union.

Mr. J. K. Kelly. a well known naval
stores operator of Inverness, was in
the city yesterday on business and is
making his headquarters at the Ara-
gon Hotel while in the city.-Times-
Union.

Mr. George R. McKean. a well
known lumber man of Ocala. paid


AM-


The millinery opening of Meadames
Haycraft and DeCamp the past three
days was indeed auspicious and the
ladies are to be complimented on the
Excellent taste shown In the trimmings
and the good Judgment displayed In
the selection of styles. Their array of
ladies' head gear was probably the
finest in design and colon ever abown
in this city and includes hats for
children, too. The styles shown were
,of such pleasing variety that their
I sales on the opening days were very
gratifying. Most of the styles are of
the large brims, though there are sev-
eral that come under the description
of moderate and modest in proportions
that to our way of thinking are decl.d
edly attractive and give a finish to a
well poised head that the larger sizes
would suggest as top heavy. In the
beautiful array of styles, one that
won great admiration was of old gold,
trimmed with tope satins, with a very
brilliant rosette band. A turban shape
I in brown and blue was another at-
'tractive style, while the blue greem,
with feathers to blend, was Indeed a
beauty. The hello sailor with velvet
trimmings was fetching and what
might be termed stunning. A cham-
lois hat. trimmed with tan and capped
,with a bird of paradise, was pro-
nounced a dream by a dear young
,creature who had the soul of color,
style and wear in her. A modified
peach shaped hat with black trim-
mings and feathers to match, was a
beautiful creation. A green hat trim-
med with fur, was another lovely
creation. But the list is so long and
worthy of mention, that we will close
by saying, its a good think for a man
now and then to invade a millinery
store, so that he, too, can be coached
in the beauties that adorn and tend
to make those we admire and love,
more attractive and In this way when
it comes to footing the bill, are will-
ing to admit it was money well spent,
for the pleasure and satisfaction we
had in the transaction.

BUILDING MORE SIDEWALKS
The Woodmar Sand & Stone com-
pany is laying a cement sidewalk and
retaining wall In front of Mrs. Will
Denham's new residence on Oklawaha
avenue, also in front of the L N.
Green residence occupied by Mr. Mor-
ris Robinson. On Fort King avenue
this company is laying a walk and
curb on the west side of Judge W. S.
Bullock's home and a new walk. curb
and steps for the cottage owned by
Mr. Ed Carmichael and lately vacated
by Dr. Guerrant

SEVERAL NEW COTTAGES


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ELECTRIC


SMOOTHING i
IRONS ON TRIAL


I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
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 dirt and t-vat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.


We want your
and are prepared to
skilled pharmacists
drugs to compound
company.


prescription work
offer you the most
and the purest of
them. Tydings &


Rev. Campbell Gray, the new rector
of Grace Episcopal church, arrived
with his family this afternoon from
DeLand and until their furniture ar-
rives and Is placed in the rectory, will
be guests of the Arms House.

Henry Wall, Mat Regin and Bam
Simpson. colored, accused of selling
whiskey without a license, were kpund
over in the county judge's court this
morning In the sum of $300 each.

Rev. W. H. Coleman, pastor of the
Christian church, returned today from
his vacation spent at Cedar Keys.
where he enjoyed the fishing for which
that place in famous.

There Is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.

Messrs. Firamiaoe & Halsell 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-
stein, the 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.

Dr. Abernethy, the great English
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
When they are affected, life is in dan-
ger." Foley Kidney Remedy makes
healthy kidneys, corrects urinary ir-
regularities, and tones up the whole
system. Sold by all druggists.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.


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: 15. o'clock. Vhetft
welcome. F. W. Ditt st.

HANDLE HOUSEU*o M
The A. E. Handlhey, the
most oenvnieot ansd best -b-IBurn
lage let and all .eiAvem1seni ws In
house, located in third wrd .-M&%%
school building, fr ojt r s, Ap-
ply to David S. .L d--_ r
Block, Ocala, Fla.

SCHOOL O0OKS
The Globe wants It s
stood that it handles sacae
all kinds, same as last
as low as the lowest "

LOOSE LEAF LEOGEft AND.I"
Let the Star office p a
ate your loose last sheets b f aspr IN-
voice ledgers and bill bhoes ts-.
We are prepared to do the wafk.
FOR RENT OCTORI I

The residence sow s pIa by r
James Pyles will be for reut Oet"J;
corner Watula and South Y ta
streets. Apply to H. C. JoeIa,

WARNWEb
Do not be persuaiea IhtEI
anything but FoUlS iWM"2r
for chronic coughs, brc ha
stops the cough and heals tes
fever, asthma, sad lung tmbls s4 ItM
Sold by .&UdraggIsts.

YoungtUL J
ments are in order. 1f-you wautyr
to soon be made, don't tall to taMe ber
a box of Belle Mead Sweets everr ev-
ening when you calL They ar to be
had only at the Court Phbrmaey.

HORSE AND BUGGY FOR MAL
For sale, cheap for casb, -the lek
mare formerly owned by ,aMWr bI.r,
six-mouths old colt a o k -aseHM lredl
buggy. Write to or call on C. J6 An-
derson, care Ocala Luma.ber Aiy
Company. 4

LOST-Somewhere betweenm D. ls-
lar's home and Mrs. Pearsza's, a
scarf. figured, but blue the IrdM-
Inant color. The ends hest sd
Please return to Mrs. C. C. TQddL

ONCE A FAINr DREAM
BUT NOW A THRILLING M Lk..
You can positively have yoer
re-soled and finished to ek
new, by an electric t a
Fishing machine. D. W.G id
maker, Ocala Fla., next door to
Montezuma Hotel "

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I am prepena to
painting no matter no16 ir.be
small, or how fne the' week degl d
may be. I have the uaIftt Irm
and know to to PO ,sad do M
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IL ?t- W. I gualtilr at his wife. She was standing
a Wa- -m.--Ow -- Ia.a.0r. ,AWL Mone Arli. --her back toward him. He took
4MI, M 2CM 2We. MW down the receiver.
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COMMERCIAL BANK FULL <>
A ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION wrappersand these are
F U L Lit correct. You know just
And Proposed Charter of Day Rego CO.,ct. YOU DOW JUSt
Akd .A1A MP"li soe Fr Ae Of f t cOe t.iy. ingredients are gathered i
.4.0- '. The undersigned Intending and fm the mostvalua'e na
4W1 r Grut nay proposing to organize a corporation our American forests and'
.I BY-.F1-TS HI under the general laws of Florida lSs-even to the most de
JA A11I BA relating to corporations for profit,.
I li _in it- l nl0o l JO N WEAR wN ING hereby make and publish the fol- Not a dro .1 .fa
Le>lo C d a IMdsualEf tuarrd wtor, flowing articles of incorporation and i. W
1 m-l-. Sdelo Or I t r rer._ t m d ii M r6.W. a proposed charter: OSMO A. ifoE
aI 6 09bftA a" d i g --_ buI ~u-'-t-w-- E---- u --w The name of the corporation shall for ex in
We 81O a* M M 11i000M- be Day Remedy Lompany. and its M PfiCiple iA
"Then you won't do It?" be criedprincipal place of business shall be
a ily. "YU won't come to the front at Ocala. Florida. IneahaA be re l ed
-ppo Uw eyou don't think I ought to if. ed ia
ak. Why shouldn't I? Who did I The general nature of the busi- anilaepte nW am
m IE the money for? I did it because ness to be transacted shall be to
SR ma" e e,"' manufacture and sell patent medi- Glycerine plays an iapuiuta
"Thi a e!" nes. and keep and maintain a lab- of indigestion, dyspepsia a
arrr father was to help manufacture and compounding of breath, oated tongue,
maRrSAdA Gou fate to h the same. and keep and own such dred dats om
mCARRIES A LAoproperty and effects as are incident B d llthe
CARRIES A LARGE o your and you whined to suh business plan. is a specific for all di
SAM'That'sPLETE ST another The amount of capital stock au- passages or of the stomach
iPLETE STwods, bt I saw It-for four years which will be divided into two hun- N0PC I
Omd th o bwe. I dred shares of the par value of one aal passages, it is e
,0 F1 sawn b ou si in hundred dollars each. and will be Constitutonal treatment, to
and moping because you didn't harepaid in upon the following tears, Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
SnIUEmsh to live on. Then there were viz: Ten thousand dollars, or one-
that mother of your and your sister- half of the capital stock wini be paid Worst Cases.
F U R N IT U R E they ever topped. ou tried to make in by a conveyance of all of the In coughs and hoarse
y elf a marty Every moment of property and effects of the Day consumption the "Golden
AND your me was a mate protest against Remedy Company. a co-partnership c o IDtion te olden
composed of the incorporators, con- tlOSC OStnate, hang-O-
orpovertyI-IyesAItII Ny ou ko sisting ofa line of patent medicines, mucous niu-.mbatues. The
~ ~ ,in ~ in ~ IL Do you nemumber that night when all tools, fixtures and parts, includ-
ALL KINDS you ou go to the theater ng unmixed drugs and compounds, sudden colds, nor must it
syou t have clothes? That now belonging to said co-partner- medicine will do that-but
Sthe ft te I took money. That's ship. whether in stock or transit, badly treated, lead up to c
S.r .I f when I began." and all labels, trade marks, car-
S"You knew I wouldn't have gone If toons and articles of dress of said To find out more about
m ft 6 0L C Nl i *d I bad known.- medicines, now belonging to said ease, get the Common Sense I
S- & a a y a--"But you did go-you kept on go-co-partnership, the just and true up-to.date book of 100D pages-
t y and I kept -on stealing for yo valuation of which is hereby fixed ment thereof. Cloth-bomund se
S w m s m I kept on stealing for you. by the incorporators at the sum of Dr
Se W dGod, how I've suffered for you, for the ten thousand dollars; the remain- Address Dr.
S_ _clothes on your back. Every night der of said capital stock shall be
w IM at a C i_ e U d edBuilders a|ndM Sh 2beetmagbtmia e. Now I'm going paid in cash. either in full at the
W* .... BM... i_ S to Jail, you know that. I'm going up time of sale thereof, or upon in- nation can at any time subject itself
.. there on the river for years because stallments of ten per cent. cash and is thirty thousand dollars.
MdI OW r 'K a Id-- S W- P s y& 7 you won't do your part" the remaining ninety per cent. In VII.
"I can't do what you want." installments of ten per cent. of the The names and residences of the
Ws h1a. He became satantically persuasive amount of capital, stock subscribed, subscribers, and the amount sub-
When said stock is issued, it shall scribed by each. is as follows:
"Why cant o he ed. "Other be fully paid and non-assessable. "Walter H. Day, Ocala. Florida. 49
wome have for ss reson-one to get hIV. shares.
women have fo le rson-one to r to The corporation shall exist for E. G. Lindner Ocala, Florida. 49
troloatransconentarailroad period of fifty years. shares.
for her husband. rye risked every. V. T. L. Dekle, Ocala, Florida, 2
O thing for you. If you go there tonight The business of the company shall shares.
oI won't go to Jail; I won't be hauled be conducted by a president and n witness whereof the incorpor-
Into court; no one will know but the vice president, and a secretary and ators have hereunto set their hands
three of sa. No one will think the less treasurer, which last named office and affixed their seals this the
1F ODA mCONCRH D A N ICo of you. I've gone through to the limit may be united and held by one per- twenty-seventh day of September,
SlI for you; it's up to you to go through son, and a board of not less than A. D. 1909.
f nor me.'" three nor more than ten directors. Walter H. Day, (seal)
"Then If you go to jail you. mean These officers shall be elected at the E. G. Linder, (seal)
S prmr to I yr rdg for *mnt week, oe w Iatlve idd that I'v sent you there?" annual meeting of the stock hold- T.L. Dekle. (seal)
"M lipspM a Ia w t m brd fr bM ildig MMork, omfx n and es n "te, and down in your heart you ers and directors on the first Tues- State of Florida,
M t ad mIde of paen material. We employ killed wbn and know you have.r hey day in November of each year. The County of Marion.
wool% a"d asMR&of&L We employskldwokamdknowyouhave." names of the officers who are to Personally appeared before me.
dr'ia Is plsm." Every Instinct of her pure woman- conduct the business of the company the undersigned authority. Walter
Tmpuny qm6t phn L b. ood, every fiber of her flesh, revolted until those elected at the first elec- H. Day, E. G. Linder and T. L. De-
lkI=a Itthis cynical exhibition of his vile- tion shall be qualified, are: Walter kle to me well known to be the par-
JAM ES R. M O O RH EA D. M G R. noM. She contemplated him with H. Day. president; E. G. Linder, ties named in, and who subscribed
loath lng, secretary and treasurer; and T. L. the foregoing articles of incorpora-
"Now that I see you naked In all Dekle. vice president. tion and proposed charter, and each
Vi. acknowledged the execution of the
----RA yaS wOG nlase t asnty meanMesn, your. ontemptl- The highest amount of indebted- ame for the uses and purpoSes
hie viciousness, I wonder how I ever nes or liability to which the corpor- therein set forth and expressed.
K I ..L INSI C O---G Made the mistake of thinking you even Given under my hand and seal of
IN S c o i MIW ^^G^ lsalf a man," she said. -- - office this the 2th day of Septem-
PLORIDA'S OLD E1T COLLEGE This scathing denunciation made nh A LtX% Ii- ber, 1909. :
-preJlon on hs deadenedfH. M. Hampton. (seal)
00afYAN D rCHOOL OF MUSIC XPRE 10N, n is deadened senseay to y a tire tver, or a starved Notary Public, State of Florida.
I .DU IAL ART AND ou h ceant dod the responsibility u I wo m to be stupid as wel 1 My commission expires August
he epled, shrug- man because he l d In his wk. Notice of Application for Lettr
3. m id thi r *' 's &A..dto., new completed: electric gbg his shoulders. "I've gone wrong in treating the lagging, torpid liver it i Patent.
M Ml aaF fuMes he.. '; large faculty; perfect health coandl- f you. What are you going to do? great mistake to lash It with stn, Notice is hereby given that on the
U5M 1bmg attic ie., boatiag, tennis courts, golf links; Be square with me and take this drastic drugs. A torpid liver is but 30th day of October. 1909, the un-
ibl.- 11tha- nd bhashetbal teams champions of Florida in 19W. chance-an easy chance-and you know Indication of an ll-nourished, febit designed will apply to the governor
W _..artw et a millie dollars endowment: expenses moderate; you're sate." body whose organs are weary withover of Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida,
S... u availa-; Christian but undebtastlonal; stands for She did not answer, but stood there, work. Start with the stomach and allied for Letters Patent upon the forego-
r-Ii rer bic gThr et in its expresio n of abhor- oqgans of digestion and nutrition. Put ing articles of incorporation and
i ; Il .. tULTUR ."-U. IJNT r emee and Indignation, deliberating as them in working arder and see how proposed charter.
e-_ .to the best course to pursue toward quickly your liver will become active E. G Under,
o'._- _.this un;rs_: peakable villain to whom she Dr. Piere's Goldea Medical Discovery T. L Dekle.
+ F. ij Pl "" "--n "-- Fl was bound and who watched her with has made many marvelous cures of *liver
u -- i D wT an- a saxloM., cringnlag mien. trouble" by its wonderful control of the NOTICE OF SALE
Shl8 addressed him finally in cold. rgans of digestion and nutrition. It re
""_harh tme.: stores the normal activity of the stomach, Notice is hereby given that on
"Whatver I may do or promise to Increases the secretions of the blood-mak.
S, "M. J, IHERIDAN, do, I pro sh dmply oeau to J lug glands, lenses the system from poi- Thurday, Octobe- 7, 1S,
WW W hERDN pomise. sonosaccumulations, and orelievesthe the following goods of the personal
0. f 11 NI P 11 line." .. ._ liver of the burdens imuosed unB It by estate of H. J. Watkins will be sold


iA y -mma, knew yo u'- e ton bof te g asd"- in front of Judge Barksdale's store in
"Don't make the mistake that I care i obuweonrbadStmstin"memW Dunnellon to the highest bidder:
for ye. Whatever I felt for you. and pooror blerappetltt.eseled sop&ut 1 rifle, .38 caliber, Winchester.
I thought it was love, you're assamsl- oal breat. tm or hr~mler owehl 2 shotguns, double-barreled.
OUn IN BOLDER BLO CK. OCALA., FP RIDA. ___ l week, tired. t litr ot 1 shotgun, single-barreL
.A . sdan- pain Cdsmau of ck." 3 rifles.
iUM STON, CuMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND. pnawar or _a 1 tSComh. 78 mantle (black diamond).
W hay aS t am Ember at work In Oeala, and are prepared to do all eW sa I big Atell table.
it Of at WMkOl BMO F aton s, make Cement Blocks. Cement 1 M AI single wagon and harness.
M- t----w a Artlafial Stone Pences, Stone Mantels. We make weak semaaich nadE t:U J I I 1 single open buggy and harness.
sledfs r foMr nor b ho work, which look better than brick, and willle r e n lirou moe I 1 saddle bags.
ar"*. Watuba. at Crusher on A. C. L. Railroad Track, North of Mi 2 bedsteads, Iron.
partortOahe mspo010 will be Duw-H 2 mattresses.
a--t e time and yet point to "orpid veror 1 pair coil springs.
....billo sess a wk stmslnck Avtd all 1 quilt.
----.-----. ,, bot bread sao blutM Oegriddle cables and 3 comforts.
ether I ndiessible food and take tim'olden 2 pillows.
lPA R K H O TEL1 Medical Discovery" renlaily d stick to i 2 pair blankets.
The R K H O TDiscover Is uo-secret. o-sl 3 chairs.
Sholic. Is a s eerle extract of native medicl- bak n.
eJade mVl .ooto with a full lIst t Intgredlent bake pan.
printed on eac bottle-weer and attested 1 bowl.
under oath Its Ingredltents are endorsed 1 sugar dish.
Sand extolled by the most eminent medical 1 glass spoon holder.
writers of the and are recommended to 2 pool tables and fixtures.
cure the disam for wbl hich It is advised. 1 gasoline tank.
R1t $ pee day aMWd up. Rati t ler Don't accepta substitute of unknown 1 water cooler.
Sand Cae in C se composition for this non- geet mi n 2 swing gasoline lamps.
iWM K OW" 6 gasoline lamp globes.
SP ARD MANAGE- D. G. Watkins,. Administrator.
L. ALE]CMDm NOTICEE OF APPLICATION FOR
a.a. ii'i,. L. ALEXANDER l0^0 :a^,o c.
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
tSvT s 4, "ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Practical Notice is hereby given that Peninsular
SVP R A UINavalStores company purchaser of tax
CarefMt estimates m .de on ali ith. 1905, 1147 dated July 9th, 1890.
SBe V l, F da Stall d Beef, contract rk. vemre and bet- IR39, 1840, 1w41. 1844 dated Aug. 3rd,
M A -MaBe, --u rM d rB Se ok ter work for the money than rty 1.91 1753, dated July 2nd. Is94, 299.t
U am, Armour's Pork other oitrartor in own. dated Dec. 2nd. 1895, and 443, dated


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buy Dr. rYam's family
Smito them are Printe d- an e
tested under oath as Mend e bInd ..'
what are and that t
rom ature's rael
itivc medicinal rool fouMdro agu r-ll
while potent to cure are two or hpedY reM
e women and rchlAr a

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ad e lt to conupi in it f ^ f
hor th o 8o SE heth
om prWi w moftI the bes t *_

nt part in Dr. Pierce's Goldn bMedcal Ia i' ::
and weak stomach, attended by sour -
r appetite, gnawin feelin in u
stomach, liver and bowels.
e above distressing fl'nmt% the "GddeMun ul
e of the mucous membranes, s ctanth, r -d
N, bowels or other organs. Even in ts ukeraive
nedy if its use be persevered n. InChromic C.
while tain the "Golden Medical Discovery for doi
cleanse the passages freely two or three t-mes ai
This thorough course of trtnreu t generally cmu -
ness caused by bronchial, throat and lung iam
Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy,
Oughs caused by irritation and congestion of their
"Discovery" is not so good for acute coughs ariu
be stcd to cure consumption in its advanced
t for athe obstinate, chrome coughs, which, if nelwc or
consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken.
he above mentioned. diseases and aD about the body& hed6 1i -M&
Medical Adviser-the Pep's Schoolaina.tr a Medicis e- i.ed I
-which treats of diseased conditions and the practical, mcxxsdi mW
int post-paid on receipt of 31 cen ian oe-cent amp to pw et d
V. Pierce, Bufalo% N.Y. %.


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fined home life. Classes divided into small sectloms to seemed pue hi.
struction. Faculty of eighteen speelalists. Conservatary ad vmage A anft
le. Art, Expression. Certificate admits you to Vamar, Welldedrl Ba el. '
Macon. etc. Thirty-second year begins September 9. 19M. CaaU s am m *
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