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9,O whnd UIee ena th War-
40 NNW Iowiha inas
IMnw oT Ok t B11 ita1ti. Oeauy.d
fog 4tc de swi sa the r wi sis
ses ade 7 hw rtl ait '.s e
inkssea a thea Ieat a ga e- b.
:,ja.- r ec.met. of a rotmhst the -
ilgl e. hrle 1. wag
Bl ip an b af aad itu e. a ame
'Bl. me, 1t pr l .stla.gs ms obreig te
a ehup sal. Pthef r-slatoab the Ipad-
erEI_ I thi Msesr u ther sreaa im hw
q Bme wUt emewi the go. phrder tnhe
_aof f terthe s usat ten'ad sel oie
.t .t h rs er e eme wthe thejs
9 teaeomas, and oomtlmeam frn
twei s .a an- the retmT Catey bae-
tlaeshis at -e rulsesi the river. the
imtas, Mco sa smeam N the m-es
Ths" 1elle war va. s ammh ema and
4 a metmWE O. Chwaarwn ot. t he wrane. A
pThe iMel eoM patients form the there
ie OM a"tehir d Vision t the par-
hi n wat ame atlet attraoo. 6 Fr,
am, aween. the a ae n taOt witt otien
o. lthe beruseas atsle reathwair-
ersm csrs1 l sta twimr way iton aetims
.sad e 11 the sh ittipae d apsa ar-to
aete-s stn that bcas wthr the rdst
t eshipse a a rmlar sli the river. The
**lA et- I mof Gat af. er,,.,.
I I aa B/I "," L : I P' ithe y oaes aN Ar-
L. Ps- omfet weFrep lreetd. t
The saatlersl the German and
Ste wan a bipe attractedr oenpea-
Sbaetshw a v te erase l crse al Vcame
Iar ao s e atieo In altierty of brlue
Ppeang beat es a carels ot camgwith
their strr.- red-eoated beadn sI ,ad-
Oe*r the marie s mane n attraeuiven
.bewrnl. The plterwquetbleNaekets
la theirr bloeases at thn e their
M y lit tle white stay their trus-
e. care flly st wed away in egg Iat
i IL t, Wa".mw latre ,,e td the t es'war-d
SF A oris stra f acs diseset Theaire ouldei
S Uttersn atl eeha s enlasteY applied
all alongot e t se.
re Ownhwerelogw rep weatioes
m lawme batil em b Bardal wdhrol
r L C 'an7ands ardi es .- .tar eagesp-,
te. elded&M Onl thie a atter were
the Albany S res o tietps tbe OM
S pelseh war veterans .eNwu arid Vet-
*imaded IWtae veulneera The MaM
MOW dsmi was allotted to the Grand
....Army. the" "am
--1warnaMs are pmi. The dull pals or
adw In tbhe sbakm yo iue td.e al.
m ,i.p e* sy. thead ate,,tio f you wteld ese
Smttes at Otait ad i.eequilbru et-
-a..d an_ best . ."A.
I ilem taoboo k Me 1. bottteuatbat
IS t a m. -- lto S m, UeVw Ter oct. .--wnler wright
""a OW"--reesmeastioml mshts ad
CMismade iio steMt at stve oelock
Is to sM n thea
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M94 -o is w"
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A SHAKMM UP
May an be very wel so ear as the
trUtm a e ememed, but not whe It
,meas to ebm and fyer and ma-
lat a. Qit the quuiim Msd take a
real me r.-Ihld's N abe. Com-
tains ms beausnul dees sad is as me-
taln a taem. f It ses'ot eut.s you
get' ya Sminey bak. IM by at
THE TRAIN WAS TOO REAT
eeioblfty. oSte sginb Aereiamt
awilst Ow end" in the prepen,
at Iromostt Icmfotr. eminiti
Iwor suiel yealerday at Fort imp
hmewu through the heaz
SLIWTLY COLDER WITH 3NOW
Wh s amee that bkleof a weath.
ee for east yle know that uma-
fo It now goeg a ease of cal-
lard's 8W KWsI %" tu
md for uhumaim cMbbu. fom
*IDa notpionsalbrudve Olt
MuI~u4 mW Oink mieor Isluav~to
spidly- t~r Istoa curs
m a aig -A
eroli el c a me harmful -1
INr mngdrug beig spospedof glyrer
swtracU e rooft of sava, American
mllaal forest plants They an both
soldby dess n medkice. You can't
~s se to ep as a smabsttute for oea o
Ihe mUIUdlcmes knownH cosmpoItolnL
P alesbee'suPmIetta ,
em, t twao M eadyr1e all 80N
uh W stuAsh, ver bo
LONG DISTANCE TALKING
Wireless Messages Cross Pacific from
Heluoilu to Frisco
San Francisco. Oct. 1.-Wireless
communication between Honolulu and
San FraMciseo has been established by
Operator Phelps of the Oceanic
Steamship company's steamer Ala-
meda. Tied un at the dock at Hono-
lulu, 2.100 miles from this port, the
Alameda has been in communication
with the wireless bureau of the Chron.
itle. Phelps announced the arrival 3f
the Alameda at Honolulu before cable
advices had time to reach here.
Dunneflo. Fla., bept. lst. 1909.-I
'have sold Hairs Texas Wonder of St
Louis. Mo. for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It. It In
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
We Iave In our fresh supply of re-
liabes garden and flower seeds for tall
plsatln&g Tydings & Co.
pread before you would do you no
gIood t you couldn't eat. Wlat good
cam food do a ehld when as aoon s
It enters Its stomach it Is eaten by
worms. That's the reason your baby
Is aliUr, cross, pasty faced and thin
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a
tonic for the chld. Sold by druggists.
Be leader Sweets
Stw, F s d
These DelMcios Candies Cam be Hal
!,., O d h-H
(ifs at the
CHUlBS D. H-ULBRT, I. D.
e-8-second Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Building, Ocala.
Pelehemos- OMce, 222; Resdeace.
O)ee Hours-I to 1I a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.: 7:30 to 8:3i p. m.
w we c BUICADHAIU
P.O. a s 41. OCALA. FLA.
earth. c. and $1 at all druggists.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
A PORTRAIT ARTIST
Mr. P. A. Augerstle, a well known
European genre and portrait painter,
a graduate of the Royal Academy of
Fine Arts at Berlin, Is in the city, a
guest of the Le seer House. He has
won considerablf tame as a type
painter, having been awarded several
medals for merit at Brussels, Berlin
and Par. He. will open a studio at
No. 1l Fort King avenue with Messrs.
fParruiTe and Halsell. Mr. Auger-
stine will be pleased to receive vis-
itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It
will be interesting to see dm at work.
He also has on exhibition several
finely executed oil paintings, wbich
are open for inspection.
UP BEFORE THE BAR
N. H. Brewn, an attorney, of Pitts-
field, VL. writes: "We have used Dr.
Wi7d~ %? AY IMm #tw w ft
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Aroti. Eplsvwrs Vesse" Dvides em-
or wie H"a mMass and css
at New Yerk Teday
New York. Oct l.-Tbe teamer
Roosevelt, on wblOhich l nmmdsr .L
E, Peary made his trip to and frm
the Aretic reg se, arrived ol eandy
Hook yesterday from St. Johns, N. F.
The Roosevelt, as she came abreast
Sandy Hook lightsmhip mn up Pears
Arctic club flag to her asmthead. the
fla of the New York Tacht Club at
her fore and the Ameran ensign at
her misses, The ReasWelt prseseded
up to the city. and wBi take part to-
day In the naval parade up the Hud-
IPenry In New Yerk
Portland. Me., Oct. L-Comasader
Peary left last nght Mfr New York
City, where he w I tal ecommead of
the Arctei steamer Romevelt In the
HudMom pageant today. He had me
statement to give out
atea44 riend of A. Je se, is
iasshyille, Oct L-Ne Us has reach-
ed here of the death of Joseph H.
Thompson at ShelbyvilM, Teas. Mr.
Thompson was one of the closest
friends and admirers et President An.-
drew Johnlmon and stood by him as a
member of his counsel dbrnag the fa-
mous impeachment triaL
TAFT AT SEATTLE
President is Viewin the Alaska-
Seattle, Oct. 1.-Pre-ldent Taft and
his party visited the Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific Exposition yesterday. Last
night the president was a guest and
the principal speaker at a banquet
given Ia honor of his presence. He
will spend all of the day here.
DEAFNE88 CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf-
ness., and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lia-
ing of the Eustachlan Tube. When
the tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of Impeftect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever:
nine-cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh. which is nothing but an In-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of. deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send fbr elr-
oulars free. F. J. Chaeey & Co, To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
08EYED HIS ORDERS
Mate of Hespital bip Relief Had to
Sheet a Cray Firmse
Manila. Oct. 1.-John Ransom, a
Foreman of the United States hospital
ship Relief, was shot and instantly
killed by Civilian Mate Heineke, after
Ransom had run amuck and tried to
killn several officers and stewards of
the ship. Helneke killed the erased
man on orders from the commander
of the ship.
The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy-
sters on Saturday.
WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL
"Your son ha cosmptiom. His
case is hopeless." These appalling
words were spoken to Gee. I. Iev-
ens, a leading merchant of Sprntag-
field, N. C., by two expert doetors-
one a lung specialist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After three
weeks use," write Mr. Blevems, "he
was as well a ever. I would not
take all the nuey In the world for
what it 4M for my boy." Inl oible for
coughs and colds, Its the safest, sur-
est cure of desperate lung diseases on
Nmday, Sept Z7
S- 54" ., ' .- ', 3y
WiM be pleased to have
-^ .... %' ,. "' - .''^ ,''< .k '*L ..'^ -* ,~f
Go~od- Old School PaysWU1;M
S4da n g, ~Idol",C 1, Swa
,moliveafl k Guva
A full Iauaetnet"of FAscy C&a skh
Em ShoolL~ac~ AUthe ~ttqa~ Ss1W
DO1 FAIL TO GET 11fl
We have the nicestkiads ofgac3.&t
atzlO, 5Isnd256-CM ft
0. K. GROCERY
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY I
LORTTO. (Near Mandarin) FIORMI.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Slters of St. JoaeeKb Temng
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car etally Tralsed along Physical, tp-.
leetual. Moral and Social Lies, Heal thy Lecatlom Maideent Swmi
Pool, Complete Equipment i Schoolr oots, Dormitories, Di ing Na1 asad
Arply for Prospectus to the SISTER BUPXEQR.
St Joseph's Acadmay, Loreto, Florid
Have Your Ljawn Mower S~p~e yt?
We have just reesvv.a m a! 6s.'
'U' Lm Mower (idia
for the ~ poss 4d grindinglan
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TH91M 19 A DIFFEMMCE IN
OCALA IEVZNfN1 0pqtg PI"A-OGTGW3 ,SU
IL IL -it. W 3
16'NN3 W. Gridw
..1% o a s J "
op ONJeW am
SI.... Y ilob.
'ww- ,id wore a
omw aid a m..
-Nod"the UMim w
-I" WNmmi aste bmI
Us' mw bm do seinseinofI
400 Ibtebe emisi
m.~sum am thm
ft OJbdoml me
4"Atim 4 me wimt
--a* arm ehe r
~ ~ U *9 bh.mm1
-lw -an flthuo
~~on.maw nmw of
dU umul m' 6
v" M ft MlbdMI
tumam l t sm m m
-oem.am 6" bw1I
~ s ut lI o m as s eut e.
oft a am o i om"
9 ~ 44ft OM
6 soe sins o @i the t orrowl-
meh bIped the nmedy mbroth-
Iti i bmintod iM nme-
atr. h ad deedsu, wwhy many
inM taher e falln dort of
It 1 Ir empl tasaght? eenisea Ma-
a wra human UMe all other
7 w sea metheseo f1 md in
le d eb. The d etrine taught Ia
n y Was to speak eowly of the
SMad eeset the bad. Ai mes.
So work mt nther saflatioa Ia
a-a thau t emiem them other
lears heav SAete Masairy. but
- bae attaieed the belighi of
Omeir attalimmns ad stamnlag.
Thesa1 aIlil Mi .Ma Dtir te-go
Sieto the' wrldM ad teach meI
Swe. a dlne. The above is a mere
IsmIatoa ft the worse spokes and
the mOmurN expsweme A
.o Miu *spoke a few extempore.
theo rnseme of wibh was If Ma-
My teea for al that was true.
S o i sd aid the upbeullag
t W NW rightemeass and
W ewhy W "M Int kdian be-
to the rder? Beeses as oly
me- wIrkefd I the Temple and the
d als regulAtia IMasry were
ner to be cdham d, bheae women
4al Mtt Joia Wd It was a base aad
IgaMe alader for the outside
i .to owr womes were eluded
I Uesy eidM not keep a me-
eu. L est laughter, tI which the
atramJ oaned. But the Eastern
Itar was erted for their delibers-
M and partiipation I the good
thiag of Masry. The major was
The Orand Master said It was not
emwteary to eritlef e the remarks
eo the orator, but he would waive
the rues an asser the speaker he
had prmoneed a splendid address
wheh was *wprelated by alL Ap-
Dr. Dodge prm-oueed the beae-
die vwhe the OGrad Lodge e-
tarama to the lodge room, the band
playing the 18th Reglment March.
The afternoon was Ideal, the
crowd large aad attentive. A host
ladies were present and perched
sifelv eaon a pile of lumber,
while whole lot of school boys oc-
eupied a pile of bricks.
Mr. 0. P. MeRae In charge of the
biUdIng and Mr. Root, bos briek-
layer, lowered the cornerstone In
The Eastera Star -Chapter baa-
quoted the Grand Lodge last lightt
The Grand Master. a distingsish-
ed attorney, presided with dignity
and lmpreslveases. He has a fne
pres ae, a eimmani form, a
good deUlvery ad with all wore a
plug hat, the only one In evidence
at the Initeasely Interesting cere-
lBted. Work was exempliled last night la
o th the third degree nla Marion-Dunn
iBIla Lo 1e. F. & A. M. and there was a
M: Dr. fu atteadance of members and many
Slitingt brethren. After the labors of
S= the evealag were over the lodge ad-
IJoared fro labor to refre"hnunte,
0ail It whik 9we members of the .astern
tSi -. wtar u led. The edibles were
B1 the greatly relsbed and the grand master,
20d I 3e. Leuis C. Massey, of Orlando,
aewn made a few inteuesstag and Instruct-
Wets, treartks ad thanked the good Ia-
Ma, dime for their generous hosptaitIty. It
A the waa a great occasion and enjoyable
0. Nbe- S." eor On wasonll brethren of the
t Brick City and their siting brothers.
be ea Mr. Marcuse Edel. of Gainesvllle,
i GraUd comfered the degrees.
hve A large number of visitiUn Masons
Jt t who were present at the laying of the
cornerr at returned to their homes
Before the evening meeting, but we
.0 ntiPed amoI those who did remain
* Us J. o. musefy PiMetta, Madison coun-
it a ty; C. A. Vaughn, HIgley: 8. D. Mar-
oft t ttiE, W wood; H. Tbalgott, C. W.
e the Rash, Duneilo: A. J. *Albritton,
I Dalky; J. W. Steveos, Fort McCoy;
I. po -C. T. Miller, Martel; J. T. Halnes,
Mbft" Belleview; C. A. Treumere, Bdelleview:
lny, L. I. ,htewer, chandler; J. S.ed-
rick, Dunaelloa, W. X. Baker, Gaines-
6 vTi:; M. I.Calvin, Inverness; T. E.
ES l Webster, Gainesville: C. T. Peter,
1 b aMaoon, Ga.; Past Grand Master Mar-
Shi- cue eadeL Galnesvllle; William Lake,
i Btarke; R. K. Clark, Ploral City; A.
i WWk- T. oberts. Palatka; Grand Master
Leoui C. Massey, of Orlando, and the
lWarget trnm out of members that has
S r. been see&in tbe lodge for simne time.
omiI Alfred G. Beck was honored by hav-
S Id lug the third degree conferred on
a.,.. hNi under the directions of the offI-
U I er"n of the grand lodge, and the way
k" *I theY put the brother through was a
Wf s. W. J. Crosby of Citra, a member of
the boArd of county commilssloners,
was la town yesterday and attended
who JI the laying of the corner stone of the
aer ft Temple Theater. Mr. Crosby is also a
Trustee of the Citra school and was
Easngl coumnaioned to buy a list of school
book and In isling same exhausted
the school book supply in this city.
al'to He msal the school was doing finely.
b E f It has over fitty pupils. The truckers
mmv of that mctloa were buiy sellhg- their
I ia Med bedb while a few were planting
IMaOW bens for a fall crop. among them
al SC Crosby & Co., who Rave 60 acres
Slanted and coming up. Just noy the
ra ml people of CItra are a busy lot. Miss
lai t Puile Payne, of Martin. is the pop-
It ular principal of the Citra sbchoeL and
@ ffw Miss teUe Martin, assistant. He
a ~a said a mew root had been placed on
a SM the building ad other repairs made.
S mld >The fruit growers of CItra were get-
Sap.~tiaug their paelng houses In order
hia ad supplying the same with boxes.
M It The crop would be fair In many
I King groves, while it others there will be
mindM a large yield, especially In the groves
g atM of Mr. J. B. Borland, who has added
-t an a number of devices to his grove to
a erect- trra*e and spray the trees. Shipping
at the wal begli the last of the month.
he awI T PUB = AND 3UINERS
fo am y
.It b* The -amosIeny yor purPametell
beais his name.
Cuqudgk lHot sc, aff &mom
T"HREE hundred years ago, Headrick Hdso, an adveateosw Dtch ir, is
"Half Moon," sailed tp what h now the harbs of New Yoe, a$ p the I
Two,:Ansted years later, a handed yeaa ag, R be~t VIC
fellow townsmen, who said he was a crank, and couldn't posibly it, e a
toric river, from New York to Albany, in the "lC Imot." the Iit T ever p c
And now the country is celebrating these two historic eets la a aLpal
little vessels, reproduced ip exact ss ad appaae, are to be saluted ba great
sembled from all the big navies of the world; and civic and military parades aad
cises are to be held in honor of these two historic events the pof i
You'll ead about it in the newpapeNs. Meanwhil we'e discovered so
___ ^L^ > '-^ ' : -;- :-hot*
IuuI5 EM. 5
& Marx Clobsg I.;
are the best clothes made; that we can serve our fellowmen to best advastae by
It's a discovery which lots of others have also made; more men who dress wll wear
than anv other make: and the anumbe is sedly0ceait
You can join in this. sort of celebration; you can wear those cloths now; yet dot
In any voyages of discovery, nor endure the ridicule of yo fr tds; yo ca be as wt l
man in America, at small expense of time and money, by coming -to ts store ad
Schaffner & Marx clothes.
All their fabrics are an-wooL Grays and blu es rSe Ieam s $ws MOr X be vinwT dW..
nilmoonot qdlleqqgWe have oveesskalasIn =amy aew foabdes mimu idegot winso vsie
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & HOE CO.
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The Leaders of Style Quality and Worla
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK, -
This store is the home of Hart Schi
fner & Marx c
In buying your fall sult. your shirts.
sIoes. hats. etc.., buy them from a
good reliable house and get reliable
goods, manufactured by the best and
largest concerns in the country, such
as Hart. Schaffner & Marx and A. B.
*imehl.k..__ a-. a4nco.h- : uiann
AT THE CHURCHES
Rev. Campbell Gray, Rector
7:30 p. m. Friday, Oct. L--Eealna
7:30 a. m. Sunday, Oct. IL--oly
a-". 0 MOM-.. .
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S. a m.e .ta..mlaored .- s .
:- n l.... m9 e--__, at l eU. morn th
Sarwhe w o tthe o a at ea
Dl!" 'a ry propt.
11 KUtUS oF CLPTW
We ae g at oor nthe heudmo
Whebi0 1mWSOlON rn11110 by UMTllqlgks C oA
*> h beet ef styles far Pall asC Wl ter
M0n i -e ime cal e The are
W e har IM --amples of the tatt wmv
"1 t11"lw Ag style that you choome will be m
to yer measure I say cloth you seleet. Tb
what am emermoM variety.
1hc pruses we quote are tsuasru ry *m
Sans re*eA-mde prices. Yet the & rmoe s ae
is-sltaewd b perts. and th hove as t
ma-tewofred stects. And they ar It made
cr* 'c not be acrMetd.
.Wo. skin asad a e this F aslmla Ptfo. s
o Ne what such servane means.
-~wm some 4do -
~~:o a.it'" u w oum 1W; "Whift heomes Wasin ma-
hr a bw wih amkift s i x~is igue m iahg
for the AskIng
-^ TO 3 oOvaWTIVE CUIOMBm"
A we ---A-. Seat r sqp'a, we .have e eed the p ries of
ame& vee me eeomesm t in aed Namems M, rwlne
verggy best ora.W
8dam m, me, Ehbor Wase, good tone and aetlon, worth
No .pric ...... ......... . . ... ...... ..... .... 1s
KEAIL. medium esM bheoy oB se, ood tons and
a rt tShe. begiantau in m ale. Value $175.
Sale price p1a
e- y _-se, medium als ed, good for begi ners and practl
/ -e t- ...... .. ...... ..... ...... ..$s24
S'sth eve o Pla es se Ina alee co ditlee, aid to meo who
tMe nA. arvi. It preferesee to appearance any of them
HI m bto g ive T n*otatlO.
At $LSD pt weck we -- e bs f l cnowig:
.n ales Mahogany ease, splendid toe and astio, looks
but very Uttle tnded, spleadid asctle; and is worth
g Mahgany case, a adid tone and atioes. In the beat
agOgheOt, uplodid action, ad is worth within $2S
I m st coast-$450. ale prie . .......... ...
g Mahogany eso, plain, but Meat design, leooes w,
a te spleM aotle., ad- is worth within $26 of Its
m a pr ce . . . . ...... .... . ... ..
.1n .e above we'ds t healtate to recommed to anyme want-
VubaMepanis, either tfor home or teaching purposes. We
U meaam sine b ay ease, good practice plane, good
Voe $M17. Sell for ...... ...... ....
I meUsum els nboy case, good tome ad asetion, ezEl-
wl fr beiners la V ste. Sale prie s...... ......qag
Sbre Mahogany eae, plaMidm toe and actlos. ia the best
ml 61thrro- g-out, ad is worth wlthln $25 of Its original
e.t --45* ale prioe ......... ..... ..... ... ....
i b~~-ro Mahogany se. large upright seale.'amooth lemti,
t toe, rather high Ina piteh. aboolately new ad Is a
Sat $9$T8"h. The fst pap eof this was damaged ia ahp-
o bm t s l nIag t aI way to make it very attrae-
Sarogh ha lag at all; thi pe at ...... ..OM
gt's IT1." ta plata Mahogany ease, neat design, large
$4 N. Mas had v ry litte umage, a e ue 1# moths,.
IF ta a k te la stock o account ethe dardaser has-
ag mdat W m. Wilt seE for uspald balance m
f MAAI UIMM N & Tm $4- CLUB PIANO, which
g 11l $ s M ma m tlosay the grated value ever
110F |11NOWMISPOWMO' or fstary. AMd where there Is an opportunity
alll at a t -a et as tc you mhoued eyrtaaly take
ov. ebn M f these w i igured Mahogany case, used
&M tov33; ater aned &ove months. paid down to
wea ng to so dow o those for the unpai s balkanes
Hn uWr TIME QUARANTB Mnd a do tme 41%
|that'lwe wolM es a plans i ahsolautly n ew.
sW O e ftl f gtanto d, .t If tnot thoroughly satinale-
sm a at e i e *a yWor msem reftndoe. UOrders
IN et I e.a* We pay right. ITr WOULD
Mr- xv W TO WIR US AT ONCR TO HOLD ONE OP
Me1 truly. I AUnR & WATI L MLL. E,
a~.-to ap.- s W.
writtag paper that we have ve had, Mr. W. L. Howes. who for the past ma hqtel Yetra
Mr. I. K. Robinson was initiated sad If you want the entire val e of lsix or seven years h oas bes a egsit!r O i316 m
Into Phe Odd FMlows at the last meet- your quarter, don't aB to buy th ftrom visitor to Ocala as the repreom-tatlv1 tower, Heather Is lnl ; A. I. OLi
Ing of Tulula Lodge. Emmet wUI the Potofflce Drogsto. first of Marx and then of Bartleos oC Oxford; LH .6 u eks, Imvernm
make a good Odd yellow but says he Jacksoville, has resIgned his posite M. n M. %fewr +.qif s F
will only stay odd until his first *WOOD AR- M RENT with the latter house and se e opted
chance to get even. one with the Wilson & Toomer Co., Mrwm j. 16l iw mi ni in Jb
OOODWIN BUNGAIW)W-Pnrmlsh- tor whom he will travel o the east day .f f l .
Fm a clear head. a stout heart and ed: modern plumbing; running water; coast. Mr. Howes In a s nmas of for "aS_2to fe2 oll i '"-
trong mind DeWltt's Little Early acetylene a. per weekexeptional ability, a will certa home. Mr. Kirkland formerly bept
Riasers, gentle, sate, easy, pleasant lit- ARGTYL COTTAOG-FParnlshed; Omake good in his new. Add.ut, bin theU tho v I"
tie pills. DeWitt's Carbolised Witch running water. P$ per week. Oala friends will mles his bl-weekly ard
Hasel Salve is unequalled for any- BLAIR VILLA-To rent m October visits. Mrs. Howes is visiting In- er Co.
thing where a salve Is needed. and !s 1. for the winter; trnflshed: r dlanapOl. and will return ome to
especially good for piles. Sold by all water; modwr pluming; setyo e Port Ornge some time I November. Tfhe-Ig I ,O -*
gdas.g gts $2. as $2 per on"tLh obou act p ehre o .S
A new awning In being erected In Block. Ocalas I vcati Court a"mhc a ldt It teI
froat at the store building occupied your sweetheart a box of that delle- . l1t I S= OtB
by Mr. George McG n as a hot. HORSE t NAND MU Y FOR SALE ow Ben r Meade candy. S weea to rr wTa m. S
tlg work. For ale heal p for eah the blafk the sweet'. you know. so". ,
Poley's Honey and Tar clears the x-meme old colt ad rubber ed There I nnogame law against ay K. of P. meet,
air passages, stop the Irritation in bu .- Write to or call o C, L A e hunting for PLAk 'S CHILPL a .
the throat, soothes the;lnflamed mem. Sensm, e O Wri tih Q1. TONIC. It'a guaranteed to cur ma-.
branes and the most obstinate cough coisan larl. chs and fever. Price 25 cents
disappear. Sore an4 nflammed e y. per bottle. Ask your dealer; hell
lungs are healed and strengthened, probably kfw.
and the cold is expelled from the
system. Refuse any but the genuine T E A Ih gg Henry HRelias w 0l mov-e tis meat
10 the yellow package. Sold by- all market to the corner budding partly
druggaists. EW E91 UAR U occupied by Mr. Georage MQhaeg. U
whl the city market is beilg re- m..
J. U. Come's merry-go-round came bait.
It yesterday from Palaska and is t
cated on the vacant lot near the 8. M O S Mr. P. G. tl.. One T,
A. L depot, where he will operate It writes: My uttle r was s O
for the next ten days. See the advei- A i heeded by takln -r i er O
tisement In the Star today. a Laxate, and I think i lab e best
reed y for A oa peaie a -Me "
You need not be troubled in any Tbe Dest t Mem2mm ne l b trouemble." lWes Ore m amm.ii' -A
way with the stomach, it you will ed by Demo ,oe= m1ld. p pleasant and neetfhe -'ad '
almnivd. take e nhoan at me ehsahml$ ,e bma I, -m-inam ,- molm
e ,sthi ssEor m a Buy Oresa Bow, tr s .U UeUIn d
so Captaln Bckhot WIlims Is back ST ~o*perll as
mr an ins Hamcr 8,= rum. trselhodefer& h.
hi, no o0wu fr Iit tmu o 4br turers of, Ae cb..- .
Mr. Joi S. Pedrick of Duame ,
i was a 1 oatst the Maoesuma Ht *ba saHimg sae UIS- OsL "a fn
pu- .ery pound of It guanrn. a"interem pesi n.
S-- ILTT. .u.. o p *w. rhe--
S. r.k,, our pu la bre the bat that an aoeanm sa.m a .t c e 'h
cc- ofthe*Wet, is at home tod-ay.
with a b liu attack. u bM mcafade frm m0t whe yp _vi--e w l ir t
mstee b t*and 3ow g1
. Mr. 0. c. Parker, mtrea r e winter wheat. Sold ex. m. vet am th: h
re Deatur ateale sad Reefing Co., of s m anor aanthey
64 New Decatur At.. is In the city. closively by t e a a nthe.ids o" Manat-
e A. C. 2 af De tectvl Ch s tke- T tIe C rmet. sho .s the
- of Galesvile, was a gest of the -AkPO Tmn"" w" ab tItsa l
ahea. sMer.um o ses -t nsiLgh. I
MeN ea mb eft O T fermw toman- t afstd am v e ft"ao
709.M^ E A P. 0oSO"Fo 09mt
Wel l d In rt ward. Apply to agal it a the way whim t West p
I P. W. to the Huef riveWr a ma d r d ea s
to asO. coml"kMg theA ram t'rL ut
Mr. Newtom Knoblock of Martin wasI m portne ever per arme thra j
In town today and said the truckers Iethe power of a steam e ,
were busy gettllg out their fall crop. CARD OP THANKS Thef Is, io .est e mpmelao h be.
Itween the Clermout san h stera-
e, MrM. P. D. Goodyer of Inverness. Through theStr I wink to theak sddi et the pResemt day than the K is
r amoned tbrol gb Ocala today on her my friends who so lolly te by between the clothesTwrs *i e|
way to visit frlada at MUartin. me In the dinsond 090104., a0d my and his c-t_.-.,ep-k. and the ..,-
o C. 45e. Jaftser fethat my appreciation l mere than b M and serviceable sits made by
U.C. tperie? o. a oml ,words wil oprem. Hart Schrer & Nam and sd add
handle silk tipe wIler Offle r s TMyrtle Whi a eld. Ocala by the Guarantee Clothing an G L bEE
eah; S.I0 per deeosm.te.
Mr. 3M. Porworth and P. 3. B. E r-VAUEVILE E WEE
nmet, of LAvoen are guests of the VAUDEVLN ... ..11
Mr. Tudker will have 1t-els
3 Phone as for you recrifulmna. We vaudeville attractions at the Ali
call and deli them. 'te Court Dome week.
raThe open-air weather Is drawing. to
/ a close and eour people saboul ake
SMr. J. DL iewey turned today the b e g t 9 .
from Jackso lvlle. where he haa been' THE PRUIOMN LAm n will te M sub ects tre es eenin g
for a week on butsess.0 a my ba tle"mee t Tnere the
That enters Into my pr natorical subjec-tand T Ay Ito.
FOR RWTTA cottage near pu- powerful factor to my aue e. ene 4 ambJe thrillingd story o ds .
mary school building. Apply to W. L. I give eceh patient my per" a thrmh ld.
Colber$ at tax collector's offce. Nonal attention and take an latexse Both are of the Aent.
Interest in every Case.
W. T. Plnner. an engineer from Optim is my oa11tant t$lyt; the A MIERRY-O-IROUMND IN TOWN .
Grand Island. attended the corner relieVing of som u a nsual eye do-
stone laying yesterday afternoon. fect my great ploteas, The merry-go-roun is here te the
DR. D. M.'*DONY, next ten dayp and eran be found
Have youaren the new visible P y- E esight Pspeait. the lot near the 8. A. L depot. It 1-M
S111 les typewriter? C. Davis Co.. ere for the young and old b. Go
general agents. Office h ours: to I a. sad a nd enjoy a ride In the air. 1pSpelal G 1 WIL W S"u
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. O pti leS ttentio l8given ladles and bome
Mr. Q. Peacock of Dunnellon. and laboratory, rooms 2ad 4 Gary a the -afternoon. Remember the Is-t
was In town today, on his way to block. ation L A. depot.
Gainesville. THE asTPkusv v leN TOM OWN PAI
The latyt eepywright bo Ie sand the and you will 6mA w what you- a. to it sad i t iA si t
We ant g ural the5r o bekeo Net a single 'phoe has burned tn a lag on yeu pro.perty.Th wy J. olM teW salSoos ther
le thMs ety at t he Osam News Co. hoMaeat 0c A Atelephone in better msy-Buy In gaho bofd et *a r 11111
than surance. In case ott b rg.lars or there were Sm -
Mr. ftww, he elo tt ta rp etn Mro K action .. Te o et
man, attended tie Incraey ston e that d i'o r wi thea tolep w o E ;u *|S
lag yesterday. whh m nJfResiden e rates, f Operlquarter In5 ad -na
vnce. Ocala Telephone C..
I. X Keen, the groceryman frio m tOclii a",sr., ,
Sanford. was a guest ot the Monte- Toung man. wedding announce- U7,_wtbe -esir*'t* ousa
sums last night. t ents are i n order. If you want your" V940"-
to soon be made, don't fall to take her"-I.G. .
The Montesuma had 3. guests yq.- a box of Belle Meed Sweets every v evC-t o Ch igOala theA rls ..-and.
typographical error the War said two, had only at the Court Pharmtacy. put _e toet ere trUn h O.M at the b a f u li v M
ULttle Jack Galloway. who has been w lO .RDERi WANTED-Wlo yong wrel Ad yowill have two S g 1 anTo- _,.
Ill with typhoid fever for the pVst men or couple cah obtPin o Put- m US. ndub ed. 0. . Pat; i belft_ i_ m mm kican Tmala-C .n-me 4C Ph ,nd
three weeks is not Improving. wae a eboard and room an private family. s ne YOU lthave bought ManW ad n -" ,o- and up-to-
sorry to state. Apply "J." care Star. it YOURS.t. This is ater. h itn Windy Clcoo a
T P to take some el te's word that Mr.
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed
Sure and fragrant The Court Par C A
maar1.C.Htter. 1 ti
Mr. B. C. Charter wh formerly --- -,- -e -- Company, Ocala, .l- .-.. -, .
resided In Ocals. fell down the stairs 1 U Thehnntle. eidoIUlalll
at her home in Ventura. Cal. the Mrs. H. C. Groves, who remty eat to the" ":
other day and was seriously injured. lthe returned from Tennessee, where she laid. ; & antue S-ert Mumin. T "
We wn o p ri w of spent the summer and them placed House, Ssaemkmvin S n4. ter op e. VOM ii.
and are prepared to o~er you the moot city yesterday. Master Henrl is *lin weuresemtoW. T -B S e,
skilled pharmaeists and the purest of Messus. P.1 &.~... & HalsU e doing splendidly in hs school studios c"al sale Sow room and learanms prp- -
drugs to compound the. Tydings & prered to do a kinds of reptrlag and has the elements in orm ofa porn, l gA -th aim.. 4-mW....
company. of furniture, a lgo rephoalr All gast muslelan, fotr th mastery et hnstrums't- will do wel t. call or
work will be first class and the prices which art he i atudylng. as IMr., B. SM. w
pointed ag delegate to the Milsissippi stein, the portral artist has made bin two months of which they Opt. at oo p Dn
to the Atlantlc Inland Waterways headquarters with these gentlemen Mont Eagle: August at Eatelle Spriggs -
Ainoclatiom. which meets In Jackson- for hbi stay in Ocala. His genmlun ead 8tptember at Wall Spi5. Afto J. 'Clifs
vIie Nov. 15-17th. oil portraits can be had for about the r Henry returned to school, Era, a guest oe the Mtt, *t-.
AM of the hgh .*hel links a man slls his photos. Give us a trl. home at Butler, OG., where Mr. Grove. story around
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20P0 AID IN as P-i-
_____ ______ b^ Vm ~ z6Mt invi Addsa t edm tt m w1 beD6 m
_ view- x .mmt "an Oa k,. md A rov e; IB foo OT *aa
a..r "' s .me s MSm-ter. 2 i 23 ,? 3
;. *,I-,. il . .l _3 O1r .-- --". -ee-- -ol ar W-
-, .-p- fr te Wsad Ieronvita tor the bar .- .
PDroINd, whllof e SamoeoIngae Bersibnr-
povpew. tharer c Oa S arts m rewe -
-,fc " W W .MWr I. O. .e.Tor wd 4 au r P c '. --i. "
.... ^1a ...--i*i**i ue m w .. da-yf .. fck t M man --- T-e ,"t'
-An address. onu m-ssa -wdto____amcas_-ml wur
h .o .a " '" aU nDes oat fo arget e atht e goo1 't tiie 'an.
*s pm w s wo teepe g co- th ias prole, n or the timeP
1 $ C l EI waAt AG agasS it.' and place: .Ihev. October 16th. For d c ea' i
--YWUY_.._._.U.E_ M i. -. D., rh-l'. Fa--. dywlm N."lo
...- Gc~l.era and I m...... agreat veal noM:. -tot ,a9s oOMO m04 d0th
."ma was *** .,'.-.._ .... .w, *,f 'w ftk AoH wmmck _cs = ***a"oz
W. heARMYS ford 01610106L par ade Ourbe..pt4 _11111
C.... "- A LARGE' ...eIds -s.kswevw manent of om* thre" dt tthe m
w. A-.in bt *, alw, e,._ n Mr. Wi ur Clevelan d spent d thef C ,In
GO j'am i -f m-- P tF o rll ee.eI bt redtert toAo his home .se -a i_
__he alt t Mr. Gee. D. Turner and daughter, It'a 3flfftn *fte Of w
r0 A1 wil. a L ya, a irane l DMiithe. aett-oo the der a WWM A wi
"urrday and were the guests of Mr. deeees fore
". ... I" a1~b t er um mUMh pe.nd- arn h too aS nd.a to D r .iee Ieal" Hi
are r^' on see *o prayer- 1mtoOy retUrm poet.
A.Dal I rabaf stn u by asa There was a lare crowd at thea
m s 14 gi sve rs y nowe meeting saturday atw the hourae. .., e n upo.e the.e
i-s.us L jn he sse....u-i .. Wen pip and all agree to meet and cear Pescriptio,." Te id l
o_ our cemetery, which was ne m---9UK b
_T FINI M USEtAm kqniceqtoly.n Ieweraearm at di lemonade tle1
--. ,-- f abe .-- -_ ...... wassold- topay the r h irs n-ed -hansto,
iW o aatmir for Baooksa* last week for Tampaf, where he t- e p
an t tMa- lMM fte 's e e, | tends accepting a position. He lnst Co onernm 1 MOdil X1c, 1
S- f b. a't that. rt coulMnMt ra s, thoWuht of locattag l West tlorida, n
Ps s 1 o r -ihtuyo adamiol but decided be woald not do so at
Sf o. Mrs Beore he t, ......L 4av .Mr. 'ool. C e eair." He.
S, will be minced by his" m e-anty w kends
N "r da ftn -on. te a E s n a t M red
S tetruh 'I ba e ne to pen hre te 'sh i sue ss. d -
CWM. Ma0 sh I've sa@ com to -dlht elybo dremember thof ra ere t. c mae Gtog by
-tha -Nt wp It-p Bran*ook $40 out 0 ban." oum with a cor o p that the noedato r a u s t h with
ho M df m gi ytor gamDW e him upIn wa a euMd by taktrct er- ? 6 P iC
hItwt -hi hta to a t hmte s tes ne e nMr. dnd Mres P. to. i e e re
.. s~rW mI Mwakb sih e oa t as m C hcom sto auttea cyedtmybya seve o Ms. te r. i arses. tual
m.: J. D O oM. Bar. m: hae a S oploted isear d
I nm tuadl y W eet ear sayfot aaec* H Hthe Poonea ng Jhoar b w oWA wo
niirLuMBM" ROCB J F l u .e ";... .. Phn 2 _- - ,o; .-
ft win kp DodIoutt a' lcenesa wit be o d e and ptr Mru y t s a Mhi sJ. with
le ft Fd thi tmaustiow sagoedd he w n d Tx Cl alango beN parent ra, attle stelr,
-nowk ML d iee to dihappotooment. bith re. it-d-em-w Tax Coetor. extef d the ympaty of
JaMES aLhs baeue al dht npad wel Dng houe.y
wnFtm.00 Nd E O rMATD. MIjIr0. 1 .t1a0n have M ndEct ct or. Oo I mS anMrr S. wH
0"I _| tr6 $ f Ul i B eahambl of PriceTh le, Il0 "Bt a ttle wl Sop ow trade at a ..
VHS r l 1th eutter a ma me. giverd all motte. yurtead he ued *ep r th e lake to hMmt Mr. and
S@ I to pee esh te wan t epart Bckien' Arnica Salve till wholly M okla, Mon Gras er'f par-t th
t- i o cV l cured. Iteo curesa of lectrema, feve r eat. o pas a it* telesiea
wHI---I ^^r wee slowly, took has t ad sores, be. buns and ples astTond .*
.e .e, ,s wut toward tme doort. mBefore he the world. Mc. at ae d Iito. re m Wsda her ayato Mt Rherabt *o -
is Mo nMo knlw rat e s Ihi nerxt ter. a pomGoo g pBul.
SSON *MDo LAKR WWtan wA Dn 0MON RAme. kuemmyc-Meam. By ot--eaer ssvce ereATs m rD De Tas, .tas i U tne le k p pe --T
_____________________________________amanda_____ acuts sidoy woo pas bringe moven t on* alayhotwherekwr.h
an mp5 that's a will ke" hinto s ir me too' bes B g i oo 111w f ollo h td tat thee aeea .Cl
*AVhiffWOSSO WM. 3. SNERIDAN, >S whnef n amWB he tn o you'll die fro hi (o u pai nter .y t F
C m'te a h tsmeaningmimekant t awasy ight S* towesNt)f yo u oD on'oMr. and Mrs. G. Ba ere glam
S. y i beit l o thselyabe .beIs a l d odcet 1Ins he u fow MARKET vEPOisr .T
WmI, rsee liw i ytool hiuay-it In boi bau arn and isateld pn o lfl\ t
lAlSa----- Ln IU ( IO /D 1w 1m-M. 5 s.^ PIANO Kie- .sk:s ai son_ the Up
WA S d A X. I ad week i O n so hu a atwo heaaboratalaplintolook u.ss Ca al le si ct es an ue; .Ult ti we
Im kgte sqt tno tah me re t ola Phogoh 8e28 L Ue ; Mra n s .rli Perto Io
fluo se os DelSers es "s4 mewas aMbata sFriay topa noasdlittle a p hstic.
w swOMwATHERDIEthe hea rd about 35th e btaby.
i- e FL KAfhen e OmtalR p It Wai tPh plFdW 1 ObneeeI : CaIf. Valsenbalae
es e al ay hvatc abtole lto u look Into d U t omv to Bcs w m M -
S MW apen aNt for me tobe3 ri n i o rd t W 1per $10 i2so h $i; Jas a
d gd.t tion. e t aaleTs; Ilper box 2Stu -$L
"ewf, as.ered the always dellb-. tam yeww...a&y rM Watrmeles: Aa &to sie and kind
00m d an -er JIm. 'mf you should cosunlt -r hr thnr"h deifsinl per carload W f 95. j-~
- f lthe parteslar shoemaker who er.aed mh Sahad Lemas: Sicily. box $$ 0 4;
.MW them he'd descrbe that heel as I e to box 12 .7
Ernst. bdrns.v h ~ % bUe>t Bath, *" sa the esIInms ,1 ed S Pineapples: Red Spanish 24 $1.75B
Adth 1d net reply. amaB heeeI Odmaws $2;50 3s $1.59I Car
iythe dor after -his perlostemde"t 'ad ais U, e JimmyC ity. N,.--.-, O e ..
-do IL t. Thle b wa e-an gi -to;ral o n Ia 1L Pinea t pples:M aSpanish. lLS
r L-A N "-"- .. ....... .-e,_ .M ._ p vl... P e <
n mw 0 i= I per crate $1.75@ $259.
,' d III en-- hi s M" a n & It slowly did 2%1 @w. Lemons: per box $2L 6 $.6. '
Uawa, "a"nhsp gnadm u ff Oranges: Valecase. as 2 $2.
as OL ftis u y. We-a1hinground er a t 0,outra mYlenLouas$ 9 .35
"ppack eM th, ie beyond the aeach ofrmedi- c..; ,rm tsp e r$s per1
E&NO W---... __LD]. Take it at once. Dc t NS TI v wO .I,,-
KNIGHTt, LANG.. ov, @ 1
I-I I__ eorAnws: CaleL.(auctio) per bo x $1
ALL WORK WRED Ie U"se or DOia 7betes. Ther I. e Messi. r 3 ,r$..., 0 M
. --L mos: t Cai her bo$2.7 : $5 $
M A ND oOfa PAINTER o r ny "M of Kidln y C o Grapefruit: per bo $2$2 0 .0.
And AMOno t o beyomd the vr.each of m &. $1wt0; wms be Po SU
__________________M fHenthing gained by delay. In frt J*de Batedawe *tore In b
__-__*^K^________D-lou to the highest bidder:
JIM. -,a of A A C 1 HUe,. M eslier. Wincester.
bea cmmm Ye
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Olt sad SeL..Fro& h deli 0S ,
Paeme o OflItow ndi s twemmink
ro pbu nweclassfts~ha ji.;1t4
6.1 avid Reas448bl6 90004 to Wesb.I
&P Ioranand MetalS, Almo (km li~s.U~
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'aee Banl aad third -m's demalry usewa
Ssteam aad fnuaee but; o arg ity; pe--e.
*-q -- &
rY a quarter ofa m =fu delh I.waJI 9
la.shps available: Chrstaa
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