Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 30, 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: VID03285
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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HalN" ieei ea@ 'Came "a Re-
-etd he UsamS a t the
People Al"ag the D ee
New York, Uept 3S.-The imag-
ery and sentimet of the Hudson-
P1M s celebration la New York was
6oandu1 yestr1tay when the Half
Mom and Clermst esiled up the
Hudson to carry Inspectie of cattle
and towns up the river, wtkh now
begin their part In the eentemnlaL
In New York Cty the celebration
will practically etduee this week.
but aloea the reOte taken by the re-
produtions of aiudaoa's and fPl-
tea's famos eraft, It will continue
a week longer. The Half Moon and
the Clermot were asecompanied by
an escort of torpedo boats, subma-
rines and one cruiser.

Mrs. J. A. Hutchinson, of Haw-
thorne, is visiting the family of W.
P. Ritter. Mr. Ritter is her cSa.
There was a good attendance at
the Baptist social and musical. The
mudsilas, Miss Edna Nichols, Pro-
fessor Rickards and Eddie Arm-
strong, were frequently encored.
Rev. J. J. Thompson, on the 24th,
at the town hall, gave a very inter-
esting exhibition of stereoptican
views for the benefit of the children.
On Sunday. a naegro named Jim
Baks was arrested near Smith
Lake by Sherit Whisemant for car-
rying a revolver without a license
from the county -mm-issioners, and
for firing the same at a target on
Sunday. Monday morning he was
brought before Justice Hopkins at
the town hall. He plead guilty to
both counts, was fined $100 and
costs and committed to the county
Alvin Luehs has gone to Weirs-
dale to pack oranges. Others are to
go Monday.
Cosidering the storm, the Ma-
sonic lodge meeting the evening of
the 265th was well attended. Some
came nine miles.
Rev. J. J. Thompson has purchas-
ed a horne, buggy sad harnem.
Mayor Dudley has erected near
his atom a gasoline tank to supply
autos with gasoline.
Mrs. W. P. titter had some 18
chickens eaten ad a nest of 15 eggs
broken up by bhogs Saturday night.
Her tfence appeared strong, but the
hogs broke through. How much
longer will people submit to hogs
running at large. Public opinion is
fast changing.
0. M. Gale and wife spent the
Sabbath In Shady. -z.
Mrs. J. A. Shedd has gone to
Oeala for two weeks.
Louis Weihe has two and a half
acres of ine egg plant in bloom. He
has also two acres of beans that are
well worth seelag. His farmer, P.
A. Thomas, understands farming
"Al thought rd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis., "Ten
years of easema, that 16S doctors could

and wel.- Inballile for sIn eruptions,
ecaenma. salt rbeuim, bolls, fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.
Mr. Turner Caou of Island Grove,
visited Mr. J. N. Malphurs Wednes-
Missa Nlaa Theratos returned to
her home at Clearwater last Priday.
- Mr. David White left Tueesday so-
eominp-d bTy his father, for Gaines-
viltl bere he will attend the uni-
Mr. and Mrs. Gore are at home
again from their vacation. Mr. Gri-
d4 wil leave shortly for his home
at Southern.
Mr. Camp of Ocala visited Mr.
Jack Williams here last week.
Mrs. Harris went up to Jackson-
vtille last Friday.
Mr. Mf. A. Rice is expected home
Friday from his vacation. During
his almene he visited Connecticut.
Massachusetts. New York and Balti-
- Mr. and Ms. Towers visited Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Wiliams last week.
Mr. Towers is a phaosphate man.
Mns. Fullwood of Miami is Mrs.
. A. White's guest this week.
M- Carrie Dean of Galesville.

and Miss Cason of Island Grove,
visited Mrs. J. N. Malphurs last
Dr. S. T. Carswell is here this

8s name is "bed cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wil
*teal your health away. It he appears
Ia your house arrest him at once with
BaBard's Horehomd Syrup, It may
=msan eomiptlon It yeu don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price i26e. e and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.

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en at a temperature of eight to ten
degrees above sero, is as clear as crys-
tal and as pure as can be made. We
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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo. 0.
We, the uafersigned, have known
V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
bdslae transactions and financially
able to carry out any oblgatto,- made
by hls firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Tledo 0.
Halrs,Catarsh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 76c per bot-
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs
Family Pills for constipation.
The grounds selected for our pie-
ale are the beautifully shaded bor-
ders of the lake In our suburban
town. Levoa. The grounds are
An address on education will be
delivered at 11 a. m., and one on
temperance at 2 p. m. After the
latter will come the parade of the
schools. The following schools are
expected and invited to take part:
Pedro, Dallas, Summerfleld, Belle-
view, Charter Oak, Shady Grove;
and from Sumter county, the Long
Hammock, Pleasant Grove and Ox-
ford schools. The parade will be
from the picnic grounds to the ball
grounds, where good game is In
prospect. Other schools or parts of
schools present will be welcomed to
participation In the parade.
Don't forget the good time and
good things In promise, nor the time
and place: Levon, October 16th.
Many Ocala Readers Have Heard It
and Profited Thereby
"Good news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back suffers in
Ocala are glad to learn that prompt re-
lief is within their reach. Many a
lame, weak and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
People from every state In the Union
are telling the good news of their ex-
perience with the Old Quaker Rem-
dy. Here is an example worth read-
Mrs. M. Edwards, living on Call
St., Starke. Fla., says: "I never used
a remedy that proved of such great
benefit to me as Doan's Kidney Pills.
I suffered constantly from backache.
apd dull pains through my loins.
Some days my back troubled me so
severely that I could scarcely get
around. I was unable to rest well at
night, and In the morning my back
was so lame and stiff that it was
difficult for me to put on my cloth-
ing. My kidneys were also weak and
greatly added to my misery. I finally
learned of Dean's Kidney Pills, and
procured them. I had only used three
boxes when I was cured and I am
now feeling a great, deal better than
before In years. I give Doan's Kid-
ney Pills entire credit for "%e change
In my condition."
Plenty more ;roof like this from
Ocala peop.e. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
=ars report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New Lork, sole agents for the United
States. I
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

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Mrs. W. W. Leak Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Morrison.
Miss Maggie Morrison Is spending
a week with her aunt, Mrs. R. H.
Redding at Shady.
Mr. Merritt Morrison made a bus-
iness trip to the Brick City Monday.
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace attended the
W. 0. W. meeting at Martel Tues-
day night.

was seen In the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams.
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fied all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his

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Hon. W. J. Bryan Dees Net Feel Uke
Debating on the Tariff with
Senator baiey '
Atlanta. Sept. 3.-W. J. ran has
wired here declining to mee Senator
Bailey, of Texas, in a joint debate on
the tariff, saying that he comeldered
the debate objectionable for reasons
that he would communicate by letter.
He said that it is possible he might
find time to make a tariff speech
here in November or December.
Dunnellon. Fla., Sept. 1st,. 190.-I
have sold Hall's Texas WondTr of St.
Louis, Mo., for six years. ERry bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It. It is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumati troubles. Oeo. Ohnmaeht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
We have In our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.
For high grade work of all kinds
of painting. paperhanging add dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and ef-
ficient corps of decorators, call at Mc-
Icer & MacKay's.
At last we are having some cool
weather for everyone to enjoy, after
a long hot summer. It won't be
long now till people will begin to
enjoy good old sausage and back-
School is progressing nicely under
the able management of Mr. Thomas
J. Anderson.
Mr. W. H. Pegram la stl sick
with chills and fever.
Mr. J. B. Hall's cane patch was
visited Sunday afternoon by the
Sunday School. He seems to be de-
lighted to have them go.
J. H. Pegram leaves this morning
for Daisy, where he is to deliver
several sewing machines. He is
making quite a success at the new
Master M. Jordan is sick again
with fever, also Glover Wills.
Mr. Oscar Herren is making a new
fence around the McBride home. We
are glad to see the place repaired.
Why don't someone else make the
same move? and perhaps Orange
Springs would look better to-' the
eyes of the world. Let's try it any-
One day last week while eating
dinner, Mr. Charlie Woods' kitchen
caught fire, but with help the fire
was soon put out. Since then he has
been busy putting a new roof on his
There is to be services here Sun-
day at the usual hour. Everybody
come and get warm once more.
Red Wing.
you must have good health. You can't
have good health If your liver Is not
doing its duty-slow but sure poison-
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. Sold by all druggists.
We are glad to hear that Mrs. J.
W. Morrison and two daughters
have missed the fever.
A little girl arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Leak Wed-
nesday. Mother and child are doing
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace made a bus-
iness trip to Ocala Thursday.
Mr. Lee Morrison, of Holder,
came up Friday to spend a few
days with friends before going
Mrs. R. H. Redding and children.
of Shady, came Friday and stayed
until Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J.
W. Morrison. She was accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. C. W. McConn.
Mrs. R. H. Redding and Mrs. J.
W. Morrison and children called in
northwest Calvary Saturday after-
Mrs. A. S. Wallace called on




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LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St. JosehL. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical, Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Heal thy Location. Magalflemt Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment in Scboolr ooms. Dormitories, Dining Hall and
Recreation Roon.a.
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
St Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida



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1 6a7 ld W6 a wl e h M pmgm= ofw t ee-
mom.a d. .f Meet at Masonie ball at 2 p. m.
.Pr ama forms at 3:30 at Ma-
.. se-s- hasf, led by grand lodge ora-

&"10e10 at now Temple theater
-- 4 pm.
^.*H 0 d9 VW& I O -". Or .atlim at conclusion of ceremo-
e e~ t ai s -by SI le se ater tor.
IMP-Pracefasmion reforms sa" returns to
S SPAtdwS pecial meeting at Masonic ball at
t :V p. m. for esesoplifistion of work
*_g aby grand lodge officers.
0m1111 M 1 0 *II, a 11- The fellwig eaPON o the grand
OWag soo 0e -I0 ledge have bee invited to be present:
-.* C. Mase. G M.
IL M. A. W. Gilchrist. D. G. M.
S- RX. W. 0. B. Glover, 8. G. W.
3 W. C. U Wilson, J. G. W.
M W. R. obmnson, G. Treasurer.
P I w w. P. Webster, G Secetar .
MesseM R>I. W. &L G. Walkie, G. ChapRMa.
:- W. H. J AGerer. D. D. G. Orator.
2% SW XmNle at 3140 010 W. W. H. Jewell, G. Marshal.
go % W i.n W. J. Crarme. G. S. D.
kNmt nM W. 0. I. MarsIall G. J. D.
Maream Nd, P. 0. .
SMr. 1. C. Massey accepted the in-
Bf:. "' -Ir Mg el*l it vt| i ad arrived this noon from
W. & C. Ie as- fM Sw the Oriando and is a guest of the Ocala
paouem Nam is sai hb Mis.
N s =9mmea 49eS o sppeut UrIMassey Is not only a state sm-
WM SM kt h aWtr w also attorney for the state
.,. M s'uS m the urairoe d commission. at. 5.00 a year.
^1 &a The g* asputly Gr(ad Master William Lake
al | t i Sat ke w ll assist in the dedica-
Br+t, m i- e"-mamoles, as will Past Grand
mm W JOy i X ftay Mster Mareus Endel of Ganesville,
e41*A to f a he r 1106 t IN m a the mos t prominent axd In-
; her n e. M eatlal citisea of the University
"Asdbin wi l eat-r to agY.
2 / O OM Mr. .IL Tbalgott B. IL Duke. b. G.
M StR. anders. Dunnellon.
IMMt 8Warsoek, laveness and Mr.
A. J. Albritto.m of Dalsy, are among
the Massoa In town wbo will be pres-
dew a call Jmet at the ceremony.
I-- i -__.-U.Uh _M . M.. -*. The llowing Is a list of the artl-
JM *Of us that wmil be deposited In a popper
k b@T e *d, w ehich placed'In the
o w Ils but athe stiemat:o
rpil" sit bunfiS Ih sioI l of ,members.
31M ski who eudhesjI teOUst o past mater..
gM. IMN 4W h e plW% with a Oficers of Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
mom i -Intlle! ,-... iv n ns committee.
. bm. hGe has ad lod offers.
a, a yMlo by* Actlng grand offcers.
me -'uI - a sho ert Lat of lodges In 12th district.
S0 -_. ~ t S. hamai. to District deputy grand masters In
t ...a ey* ~th I district.
Sa ih the Ciery p o Star and Banner.
it 61b s*" wHiwa'm Names of officers and mbenrs of
00 Id so t l afo t ~r* ff- etem aar.
00 ~ a" a 3.1a _m The xerla o ,ninenced prompt-
1 ON" ft -a ly at 4 o'clock and were carried out
INU* -WIS smueomfuey. They were witnessed
., __ ____ _by about *0 people.
e C. Whsc. w iths h .h Iter.
L Jsiuinwr i s, W ent t ACCIDENT AT INVERNESS
Ir a -% I IN Got"i m ob Kiml ina Collision of
--"^ . Hf n .--.*PL.| FrmM Cam
l+-;.^ ] at .(Dan.elloe Advocate)
'A m 1 . ,ale, a young white .an
I "- "M "' "vat Invernem, employed by the West-
S'. P.,A- w. w..a O ~-.* Co. as lumber checker, was
I*: -4 wt. N-t a p .t is killed while checking up a car of lum-
.we -Is W i ww 'b her on the local freight. Mr. Hale
0- 0 mhe Str. e was In a car In the performance of
@'is 4 9 9Wla a 1 his duties when a strin of cars be-
_rfob 84 Neiew. 0 3e aMN that came "wM came down the main
S .re be~. ing sipped line and colliding with the local
*M- 0_4 t th ftri was fright, demolished the car In which
m ."eb the young man was at work, killin
S- him Instantly. The young man was
*, .jI C s1 tb heam ie a in pim ma n.of the utmost confidence
Sa" r r inm"t- .of is emWe sand. his untimely
SM -N l nte H t of his death was quite a blow to a large cir-
f,.u ----, l;!IsM oe had a ve ie o friends and relatives.
010 .ith the hisute at haL The Star had a pleasant call last
*'., IgN-ta m s1 m e rm hsi even la from Mr. William lake, of
K. Meaeek. Stark. Mr. Lake la a prominent
.': ,. ._t 1 1' -" -Mas, deputy asand master of hia
S1. 1. the ithful county ditrt ad here at the command
S, e the e of the rand mater of the order to
s 1 I after ee d and partleipate In the ceremonies Ini-
/. I 0W ndge bd s Acm deat to the layinlg of the cornerstone
S* I_-_ w -M--- today of the Temple Theater. Mr. L.
< -Is Starke's wide awake correspondent
"' T, 1. I^-r. rTe-.utisg a adver- for the Times-Union and Is a fast
B* .M-_ __ing m-I flrm of Memphis friend ot Editor Gene Mathews of the
Sn sa In- S town yaterday 3ad Starke Telegraph.
I:" .+ t Dune', Messrs. Alt Proctor, John Proctor,
*l wS lit U ota at g-s eds H. R. Shaw and RI. LewK, of the
S' ____ Pedro ecton, were In town today,
i and report fine hay weather. Mr. Alf
sta,,m.. I- & C obb are re- Proctor said he had as fine a pea field
e Sheb' imbin stall. The em- as ever blosMomed and It would make
tr tsot and put the Inest hax, which he would cut
SMale sa U ath seutlon nest week. He said Pedro would
,.S. inited r udU have a big occasion Oct. lth. when
i, .h 9a u t- the emr- there would be a bg pPicnic and school
*. ."- l l UMty. This rally day, and a domen neighboring

. I VIe06w ofo. tle ahlol wanted to participate.
U e C..P.p l at .Tr.- -
W. 3m bes Yiiting slatives A ive-peasencer automobile, two.
H,1iE d 49 1 OCla yeater- cyjInder. chain drive, In first-class
h,. today. Mr. P. condition and everything complete, for
Swather had simply sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Bla g fIo *orametlen. Tydhl.
tdoaee with WaTer.
l the aMr -m that HARNESS MENDED
S' arness of all kinds mended or new
'r p'ts~: p u arts made where desired. Also saw
Sftig eo U14=4 who Sing dome. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
e w.',rrai with TmOpkIls & Cobb stables.
-is 1- eSdo t fe w bd ho PURNItNED AGE
boon* teaN Dw. AT LAKE WEIR
Il. sl to r- oft Mor- 1Pr reat, a completely furnished.
.' _.-f W, to do mlN cottage on east aide o Lake
dum V a&hNer. Miss Weir. Ipply at Star offee.
M. t- ewRl-W by ral. R. C. Davis a a o. of Jacksonvlle,
ha Me --typewriter ribbons, 76c.
SI WsiTe ofe Oak and ee:ah; .M per dosen.
.P _2. W o aa the
in htow to- FOR P.NT-A furnished residence
Swell located In first ward. Apply to
.P. W. DItto.
Hat Homeasesm
to me St t cityrl toda. KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
1 a me amd itb.. A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
-_" ..,- with amy victims. But Dr. Kint's
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THREE hundred as ago, Heaik Hods a advet s Dchil, i a

s"Half Moon," sailed p what is now the haebo of Nw ,Yok ad p t&W u

bears his same.
Two haldred yeas later, a headed yeas a p.,Robet it

fellow wnsmen, who said he was a cranka and-couldtdo

toric river, from New York to Albany, in the "Clermat," he fist


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And now the county is celebrating.these two ,hi*ts 0i. -,i:1M

little vessels, reproduced in exact sise and appearace, are to b t by a,

sembled from all the big navies of the world; and civic and mttary parade aad

cises are to be held in honor of these two historic. e-est

You'll read about it in the newupape. Meawh wve dCmd. sn q

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ane the best clothes made; that we can serve our fellowmea to best advsatage by sap

It Sa diSCOVry whiCh lots of Othe Mav ESalso made: s moe fe who dfeas well weas ifidl
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y oU-can ;oinntiso of clebrs y can weisthem.oy
Yotrcan fl atis oumo cleration you cam weam w ed'

in any voyages of discovery, nor endut e the ridice of yo friends; yo ca be as woe '

man in America, at small expense of time and money, by comian to this store i

Schaffner & Matx clothes.

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..A*1 Rina Tfla *and Me.A PaUhe.l n ,ine .Pmww.

The Banner's diamond eetest
eame to a close yesterday eveula.
The vote was counted last miSht, with
the following results: Ocala dis-
trict there were 1 con Mi
Myrtle Whtfield with a vote of V .,-
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;-*As- Msim i iAoving Pictlures corner Watuls and BSouth For
'- a we er1es M min i p----- 1_Dt,, Maude and Margaret HowelL streets. Apply to H. C. Jonea. lpau b c91
o d f I wl- t ; while it he---- - children of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell an MUSiC WARNING of the com it to
r ~~ e a a with a k N tO k eft of Oak. are attending the Ocala High t th co
S a meen a Ms b The Bet of Estvsment PFrln anything but Poley's Honey and Ta TYoun manY, weddlg sanous-
M MaryFnnin,. a 1. ed at e by for chronic coughs, broachilat hay meats are in order. I you waat
Miss Mary Fannin. aged 12. died at stops the h and heals the lungs. to soon be ade, don't al to
ue U (.hamJl ank the thme oW her ewasna Inser fesd fever, asthmaand lung trouble, as t a box of Belle Mad every
Clarence Harper. nee Miss Sara Pan- had 9 EVERY DY Sold.bya ihey tre
nin. Mrs. Harper's friends in Ocala THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE . -
WOMEN=sympathize with her in the5loes of her Pfor-this --AfteromWorkM.
sister, to whom she was devoted. F for ti Af o For sale, cheap for aW the black Wr w vee t-t 1
Sthe lare of the sun urts your THE MOONSTONE six-months old colt and rubber-tired steel bes spoken of )eterd at-
theyessgetmpar of smoked glassot (Pull Reel-By Wilkie Collins) bugy. Write to or call am C. n A- rived and the contractors are ai
ICe, fom e stor a25 The Postofflce Drug- person, care Ocala Lumber & Supply l t -
store. AN AF'AIR OF HONOR Company. e.
i Mr. C1. Y. Leroy. ASSORTMENT OF AEROPLANES Dr. Abernethy, the great EZ gniH holding nearly a pint each,
physician, said: "Watch your kidneys. MW ml The CoeI + -. & ,
IT ANY RIMS are guests of the Ocala House. They CATCHING BUTTER-FLIES When they are affected. e la t da I n Td W
"4gMU came in to assist in the laying of the I ger. Foley Kidney R dy make T .. -
^.aattg -f I corner stone for the new theater. THE SNOW MAN healthy kidneys. corrects urinary r- BOARDERS WANTED- o .
Robert Fonot of Eastlake. Mrq. regularities, and tones up the whole men or couple em obtai rst
Henry of Lake Weir and Mr. Clris- ADMISSION 10 snd 5 CENTS system. Sold by all druggists. board and room i- private ^ly. ..
A E CARRY A OMPLETE STOCK OF FiSK ?IRE AS tian. of the Carney Irvestment Co.. FOR SALE-A splendid Wel agton pply
oLake Weir were i n town today, upright piano, nearly new, perfect DeWitt's Little Emriy tie
I, AS OTHE1 R AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. AUTO -- W. TUCKER, PROP3RETO order. $110, easy terms. Several uZed safe, sure, easy. ge tl tts S
AN A0 TIRE VULCANIZING DOhKE Upon her return from her summer's organs for almost nothtlg. Write or pVis. The original Caroaes4 Witch
Vacation your first act should be to phone me. 328. I have no store. A. M .asel Salve is DeW"itts. THe s, is
Y T ON L PRCcall at the Court Pharmacy and buy Lansford. plainly stamped every b.
your sweetheart a box of that delle- good for at., buas, raises msRt
lous Bell Meade candy. "Sweets to RIIU U There Is no game law against any bolls ad "snbu-r-but It is *oe aL o.
Al ORKS OCALAA the sweet.- you know. one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL good for pies Sold by all
Mr. A. P. llore who oupes the AL DRECTORS TONIC. It"' guaranteed to e a - -
Mr. A. P. Glmore who occup th aa, chills and fever. Price 25 cents Messrs. Parramr & ae
house in the second ward recently a per bottle. Ask your dealer; bhe prepared to do a kiads of eg d S
purchased by Mr. James Pyles from U Uprobably know. of fturatre, also upholsterlng. AT
M MsL M& V au L he. w- krewntedt the Hil- wnr anwll he m slme ehe a

SiI WE E H8l! M mi Information 1 =0

Wa Gge A.le t Ballard's. tala Ove r amaplaed m e
avtoaMr. Goove lhas bbee tn e hmat
'dAttorney )f. ibas of Orlando. Is B y COrem n 1ourre havssr.gone sfe Ae a swwallams.
'mee t l o. g ag dat the M ..S ooHe weat out late the -*atei .bt
w-Mr. (. u * BaVene Pof-- to Its name. You pay Thi was l. the me I
S. burg, i. a gu*t of the 'Vomteul" no more for it than other w h e n s .. earchers min bI. en '
There were arrival at the Monte- High grade Flour. Ev. was take. to crysl WiRh i.. sn a e
suma yesterday. and to Ocala on the train. eg 14 tmI
Mr.. C. Roers of Daytona. was y pound of lt guaran- un coscious a"- in a se .rious 0M4

thMr. R. t. Hunter of Mobile., sat can be made from moft GUAR NT st ADIC
th Ocal In buying your %11 SuILtt yo .-.. .th c House
Eve r y- M T oaeviie ise at oa e.winter wheat. Sold ex. i, atstc. buy tbWr fte a
S p he Mr. M. Tuckr of Galaesville Is at good reliable house and et relab le
wfabi. IM m -the Ocala HoueC. Slvely b oods. -Mcaed bt the best and-
,iM B --Id 1 Mr. H. A. Adams of Tampa is at the -as lHarst SchanAer & MaMt Ah
Ocala House.- Kirebbam & Co's. Cl4bfs B0aN
& Sr's shoes; Jam B. I etL
a".rrivals for yeseday. A kno knit guaranteed e.
pwlm. Mr. A. M. I frd e in this GRO MCERY caps a v~s fb w Tking: Te
afternoon from Citrus county. Fr In buyInmg suue gods as
are g tt thaee t hat ar m --:,,ed
Wenll be imIed t@ hSw ye of sickness. Is able to he out again. WOODMAR'-FOR RENT canbuy Clothes for all kinds at prism
wh Mts o futf orm eFall and Mr. josephMaeverreturned from but cannot buy good clothes kem ew-
GOODWIN BUNGAIOW-Paurlsh. erybody. Call and Inspect our ne '
Wilder .in. savannah last night.ed; modern plumbing; running water; and p-to-date stock.
Mrs. Clas. E. Taylor Is In the city, acetylene gas. $10 per3we Guantee Clothing & Sho C." \
fuDot am ir toem W aly visiting Mrs. M. A. Norwood. runi water. T$5 per wT BUSY ON THE MARKET
St i W Mir Harrold, the veteran from LTke BL VILLA-Tor Octber The Wooda and & Stem
Weir was town today. water; modern plinl acet has g moving the w and
$25p month. of the city market and are mBhAl n
M i te SMg.led adW-Dou e eted Stye Csby of Marti thew oodrow, the space with eart On top o t his
RoessSawmill. was a guest othe Holder Block. O s. l a Oasolid cem floor wil be latd. When
,ew id. and tyle Idnk in evident Mo tesuma yesterday. the remodeling of the market i cm- l
.. u... d pleted Ocal will have another ple .
sofsTrsb, sawl andG are guests of C Aofroperty that will he a creit Is
If you want to feel well in your Eall 8~ait and don't < w aim comenmedinta e shortasrm r.t o|
SMr. W. H. Tison of Gainesville. Is S w 11fw"omcintbuildin rea-r
"at Is to wo you, come here for it visiting his brother. Mr. Mason TISon,
at the Montesuma.1 uY 1 LAYING MORE SIDEWALKS
Mr. S. W. Petteway of Dunnellon. b h -
was a guest of the Ocala House yes- fwMo J. R. Moorbead, president, is laying
terday.1cement sidewalks along the property
4i i* **^^ W r r ^^Phone us for you prescriptions. We A PORTRAIT ARTIST on the east side of Magnolia street
call and deliver them. The Court from the Stoke. property to the bot- *
S pharmacy. Mr. F. A. Augerstime. a well known wortin Ths ai a d mo w ell with the
Miss Flora Morrison and Miss Belle a graduate of the Royal Academy of treet
T.. ai of Hendricks, of Morriston. are guests of Fine Arts at Berlin. is in the city. a Mrs. Ballie Croom and little son.
uuaer eu uung .OLtre the Ocala House. guest of the LeSeuer House, He,has "Buster," are In the city visiting,. _.I
Underlling Store of Oc ala 260 N oof ^^ ": :e !S , "" .*I ,-S
.; .at ot. .. won consderable rfameI ieCenoitm'sisterom anbrothe r. Jdgetnda&
Th Dunnelion train arrin her pnter, having been awarded several EMiSsBell They will leave In a daf
at io'clock today was packed with medals for merit at Brulssl Berln two for BTerlanee4. Rte l
> -Hpaseegers. and Paris. He will open a studio at orwo fr Toard alers of t
--l-l- iiin* *n r iliim- ^-**No. 10 Fort King avenue with Messrs. Mr. E. M. Howard ft* yetey nopoly Drugtore, wilLleav ee Iet
.Paraore and Hae M. Am afternoon for Mas a tao, where
I E Y.P aColbert at xo tos oe. itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It he wi on Mr. How renm
S .- ."- \ a wll be Interting to ehim at wrOcala about jthe 10th of October. - .,
I.r Ia. W411- .t e
- ..L---" l b t lnon Advoc te, was in town to- fnelr exeNuted oil paintings, which A ette from Mr. M. seL who i,, -.- *III tIe-l- otincti
M y r. and M. enry A. Duebel *111 A NARROW ESCAPE polt his e6urfom improv.. He partner. Arther Cobb. ta~ho
leave ad y for Enavi Ind. to iid the season was about over. yet omae chriack equla .4e! .

SW Roblnsonville, DeL, wrote: "About two
Sr rs Mr. William Hocker and children years ago I was, thin and sick, and
B .'and Weui lI sUd returned th afternoon from their coughed all the tim. and if I did not Avalee Edwards, who is ast Elopg with Aut at. a
Summer visit to Daytona Beach. have conumption It was near to it covering from a severe spell of the Air Don e wa. worth :e"o.
S- __.. ..... I commenced using Foley's Honey and slckness, went up to Irvinae this aft- Of fem old Ilatir. 'nth t
of hi 1y se 1-e y n the new visible Tar and t stm ouh, and ernoo to visit her uncle, Mr. WI 3. w pr e th et eer
Oo 5 iSh oles typewriter? R. C. Davs & Co., now am entirely wel and have Edward ad hale the m.
n nt ed h g lt' gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to the pine woods of that secti p
returned t h i s*a .t 'oon fr'om" cug-e a good/ eults from taking FIoleyi s st l aeopel e Ednwtarpl mnri' "W"0
!D 1 1U4111 41t tINr S lOfl C Ofd-I0Uuly Mrs. Guy Toph and little Dorothy Hoy and Tar." Soldby all drau- HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT ,,ah,' of tq'el f

a. er, the first attack i n seven years, offee at 15 South Maln street. where htlt .uildirg, for e een or m ase.p. sitpl 3o7t~ e
I cmet iguoe Stocks iP the inh sow a o erynickne W tOrine Hodisaft-Of fullt'e t8
Hftte Mfil~llm r ^tOll kSi &lk tD C altrl Jesse Ny w. In town todr of sample t and oke orders for suits Wooli, Fin.. u" i3,
lip& Ha v t tlooking after Y some Lake Weilr real that are bound to fit and wil ll give ex- to v eH teMr W-.aP
t i FatOi .ate tranactions celnt values Gime imm a calL SCHOOL BOOW the nate
S. C. Davis & Co. of Jacksonrvlle. Today Is the last run of the pa.- The Globe wants It distinctly under- Wo want your precriltpes w wI
m, will sell any make of second-hand senger coach on the southbound stood that it handles school books o and are prepared to ues yes the
typewriter,pon easy terms desired. freight to eesburg. It will be taken a kinds, sme as last season. Prc e skied pharmacit and the W pr of w.
"o aiy A off today and no more Deck Davls as low as the lowest. dr to eempound them. l. . .S
SE W W U Mr. Ed Weathers, a prosperous speciaL The coach and the privilege company. ..
Young farmer at York, was a visitor has been a great convenience to the LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND ILLS
-- i to the city today. people on the lake and those who -- Messrs. Ed and W. Jin,
IS, M-m ^ w-- f V -patronised it as a resort. let the Star otfie print and perfor- Ke|tv)le, two el a h
The,*. bT'-' p.. ""--e -g lpt I~ a-- I te your loose leaf sheets for your i- young men of that section, wre la the
letu, unisih, 25 *rts per peiad, and voice ledgers and bill head systems. city today and me thoe. Sar. shin
envelopes to match at Osal News Co. We are prepared to do the work at call.
IT I" The Monone" Wilkle Co THE AIR DOME FOR RENT OCTOER 1 Te Ocel rnch of e t m
|\best story, will be ilhutrated at the -- l w eet thi ity Me
t Air Dome this even. Be re to go The rsdence nDow occupied by Mr Ocobe t O, E Ie si tt bs,
*nd n it James Pfles will be for rest Oct. 1atM neM -eiar of g l-a- il e

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Ofe t W" o he? I -hea yadhe ing a w" cow
ElU ;. .. '. mlp et maI thi sii e i
-,K J,|AiUt -Don't kw. she le ft Mina igredients re gathed fro
_______ mneor sad o we f to lave@ fro m the moast vtial e aai
EWkl 6A -s ca r; da r k American fore itsd hi
"TherU mhattem jggs...toe cen to the mt awnah
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a le!g f ta ta. f t tht I haf.d er C a M raT Ea. SiL.ek:s k o gbe
anltas7 sprt b h "| |se tae d t enasha tela.a ahe Ca pu rt o i co 5? f a

Wv"r e *****r* m uorwam o Fida s t a u to cam&= IIgIorvo

s o wa". 4 e ier C iUtr as: p r eak 6 O t h i s w i t
.4 =E D imam"OesUf a th enWl ter sN & nt work forpCtlevery ee, pee as 1 &- "i t ai s *e
-f a eor7endWt $1.M ." .t=
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mLat two Emuang char the NOWlYak sudden old rl it a
LUNa r a, athe realorm. In a Car- Pineapples: loried eal e $IS $05 AWdiCeU bdoth*-b.
lawSlob"_a hrpet e w sIuwroridiaswaepo$150 S 81- te 9$1badly tretredI oe lto

Sei l t~ be ab th se Me ln lp1.0ies: er lore ea9 S Pla
'peas san daete d wgth tathheer e $1.75; tE;ets o

Wl g g W M L I--_ -- or M os. p .7. a3 $.enter 1toa mkothM. on-ot
si| b, s 1 Ai A eer mar s~Og ran Oranges: ai V alencas (auction) .e lace heiretar Ln tehu- It

V tdeo O$7M the wma $ P. per bo a her e M. 9b. $i Ja-
S3iersanV we tfidi a M Lemo6:ofWed shave. maal per box $2. 0 $.
s Ov er as a o w was auer same s O.: Watermelos:. bAs to8mm Iatod hkeiR rnl

N 6-m the MU -e- a- .o f tp r t carload ae9 8156. -
awe .me EdT gd PO I f ml P Saseag B wthIaiOmnos: S olay. pe box $2 9 $4; We have bees hiavp beaauif

Sl-I $2. 75.llll ll I. p weather this we k with lsepa

dI ota *** ....' IV, I-. i /a p. I R el" wre _l
S... .. .L ..... .rb. "OW the Citron--: aperli aLea toa ymielf w ddua s h uina b st
- as bs aW ari"a 6gue .e; la 1. asy le iek f up Mt .bty
'e S t wa. wo l aa 1 t .rk fore very ~o-e, e erfiano-
aa mai*ni Im s ih- t ad .h auw Pieles:ded SKanih7hle shot di be happe.

.'OfaMlQ M3 LJWIACT1AL AD 8885 -t 5577 eipf IaltB waoulIdranc Vape r to t2. 71et e to i: o wroie
go f% tha eai wee adirty culr.@ 22;t 10AS$.50Wa 3r te$2; We Se1e0 W e. Hatti A ear cat dau o-
kmea5*,t. uat 'La. .w i ves h n et atqerisv. for bs a a msv e rcrate i $L 75 9$UAL..temdedt to Califrals. It bm as
___ ___ _a______MISt_ _W06a______m_ _be"our plea surebtIo pa "tesbos me

SkI.m ,lst1 W a m I binfo r BM.Leo n: t e Orab e. T: ler ela S New. peta t I heir retur be take I
m -- .....-. e ".o ran3t ta t e a rfor graIteda e not bee $ ered tho staar fedy a
I I ...W....... ,_.,_ ,s w. ,-h t t,-- Cocoanuts: per 100'am; Per 10 NM.Phillips of White SprbMIg i

S adine. the t--ep- LS troubled h, twl y Mx visiting her so e for L. Phillipsd
a tmho tha(t t o IImes: e i P It ) for everaIl weeks.
Oranges:eCalif.eValgiciam damev s W. W mad dX. C. Uv-

P Z to a ur ah tho tupe a e who ehebeat ? N $adr rbo 1.60 S NDtoE pn Ts.e o fR YkAe e

-& a sete a is bbdo- Lemons:t Cali (aucti) per wi- 1 toeati Ts ed

is mobMlPNla n os e ernieho eot rand 0I $76:Messa.n$3a .6; Malori frs x. or N. aGds
qu ,9pfl a-. AM Mm shm. e HI e rSthr "Maanoyed $3.75 9@$4. B will be glad to know b e Is rad
jsnm f the ao thebell M a hm ad improving after a opell of fever.
9-- M'T heTC AIe st beem ANpee tg Smith Would Orange.: Valencda. per box $2759 The little frisad aof Ids Wrmt

~~~- -- u'~ MG R. e 'anmh *haeold hes we a t eo a l to hea that ashe I
AUeusl 74% thin In Captain W11- $L6.; 24's $1.6 9 0$2; Ws $L25 9 mg sevealweekts In thd Marioa
R 9 NS y f he sad inhs mfthsa ndstetorlam $1.60; aO $1 0 $ Ca County Hospital.
,G asseS. "Wht. liwo1 I. Iwont tal
FIU h -ST Cg~yJ1*.L; Z1*en. W er the p bedmea-what? NEAR DEATHeiN BIG POND TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS

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4 wZak. 118 ." noWe-- S MWWUWIM I 2"- ul T. Lodge. No. 28
'Ybed 'Leaa0.?F. meets ev-
*TrtafN." TIM Te sean. Vstbg brothers &I-
He eemla nt get ever the wonder ways welcome.
SAK WEIR a $O COMMON lAND I ftWtelspkease eeunmf atloa had Work olGuarateed I littler N
ma.e n dOan ee itoan "ldbo her he'd got a raise of pay, eh? AGZNT OR
soft S#mumtms Nastus. We 11 Whet a skmkb he lt And what a Se NAE PIA NO ; OCALA AuM
a w.k b ah lef tbe. them r it, and Phoe and 816 is!.
Se A. Q aUreed Trak, North et Be ade abatraetedly at the model Phone 28 NO 4p.0.R.
stethe onsasr MUe M the mtel ppomle e ** u*Med
to im m became bured . n t oug Meets every Wed-
Sd that e c ped o o'clock. Vn brethren alway
Sd let his pipe go t Presntl wvlcome. P. W. Mo, President.
--------TL- m -Mi-816ZA >*------- rr---cr e A
-LN ZA "MIC the eapMtan table and wrote a ---
stmethlg ape. It. after which he I receive daly saupments of choice* Marion-Dunn Lodge
S. fthe paper carfuy and hid It resh and salt water fah ot the best No. 19 meets In the
beta enthe leavesea magazine. arietes. I handle noth bt temple on tLe frst and
t beh h batted agati for is valet. e had them riht third Thursday even-
Ne*** *lardered "brin y *slalgp- s Inof each mth. Visiting outer
A- a" o ke ft Thler' a W I U CKE tRcordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier W. M.
& bw, se- laef camneg I *Me m." C, MW. V. Wheeler. Secretary.
*.* ft"and Salt W~r Palk. The aeat Cean-* Tea Igt as weo take a wak, CORD WOOD OR ALE
U .- .. . ... a.. .. . rt ^ A ** will *sell 4" to 6* cords of best
^^^* Mim **,...' ^.^ '-^ -*armi in ii a- .ya- saa" 1 quality wood at Montague station for
-- m ns laae eit .... .iTlrua CI- .-A you meee m e bataeck ri*ht 9) C' Q$1.5 a cord at deo Addressa C. E.
Sai." in, P 'elestrorn, Monteue*t Ma.
16"W n6ee* mble e ard tos Weakly Catom" re sLNOICEOSALEar.O" I I
ONO----k"e a eueple of doefs for Yo Ou. A
I he'wsn atngot toehMaiseout at hre. Notice is hereby ilven that em
** 1 Mea, Aso GAuR Hide. Bought Ake w IWThY.TAA '' oswr 7, -U
"es sar. "ths fllowng gfofs ethe IpersAal
agh $-g aad g uy aet," he prm"redofsf. e IU l U t at e N. Watans wilr be S1ON
UHONEYe J TaARm prpare to ober Is frost of Juge aretJdalegs store in
dop -om prow" ft GbW.

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