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: 10 5, 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: VID03289
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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Ne Naval Steem OOpwatr Should
Nay Away from the Couvmmtion
is Jaeekmille Oct. D0-21
Jacksonville, Oct. 5.-The ninth an-
unal convention of the Turpentine
Operators' Asociation will be held
October 2 and 21.
Every member of the association
and every man emNWed directly or In-
dire-tly In the naval stores industry.
whether he was ever aligned with the
asaoclatieo or not, is eligible to at-
tend the convention.
Questions of Importance are to be
ftany considered.
Invitatioms will be extended to the
governors of all the states in the nav-
al stoes belt and also to the chief
of the United States Forest Service.
It Is expected that at least two rep-
resentatives of the Forest Service
will deliver addresses outlining the
result of the government's investiga-
tion of the Industry. It will be a
revelation to many operators to.learn
of the extensive experimental and
educatismal work now being conduct-
ed by the government for the direct
benefit of the manufacturers of naval
The special agent of the bureau of
the census, in charge of naval stores
statlstal work for the forthcoming
census, will also be present. He will
advise with operators as to the man-
ner of preparing schedules which ev-
ery operator will be required to fill
out within the next few months.
One of the social features of the
convention will be a banquet tender-
ed to the visiting operators by the
business men of Jacksonville.
Louis Boom, a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich., writes: "Three bottles
of Fbley's Honey and Tar absolutely
cured my boy of a severe cough, and
a neighbor's boy, who was so Ill with
a cold that the doctors gave him up.
was cured by taking Foley's Honey
and Tar." Nothing else Is as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all
London, Oct. 5.-A special dispatch
from Hamburg says Albert Pulitzer,
of New York, committed suicide by
shooting himself while In a hotel in
that city. Pulitzer was suffering
from nervous breakdown.
It was evident that he made doubly
sure of death, for all indications point
to the fact that he swallowed poison
before shooting himself.
Albert Pulitzer was a brother of
Joseph Pulltzer of the New York
World. Albert Pulitzer was founder
of the New York Journal.
This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's warnings-growing
ripples and faster current. Nature's
warnings are kind. The dull pain or
ache In the back warns you the kid-
neys need attention If you would eas-
cape fatal maladies-dropsy, diabetes
or Briht's disease. Take Electric
Bitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelingls return. "Af-
ter long suffering from weak kidneys

New York, Oct. 5.-The Hudson-
Pultom celebration, after a week of
pomp and pageantry in New York.
has moved up the Hudson and for an-
other week the cities lying to the
north will vie with each other tn do-
ing honor to the memory of Hudson
and Fulton. The Half Moon and the
Clermont, with the naval escort now
at anchor at Poqghkeepsle, will con-
tinue their voyage northward, stop-
ping at Kingston Catskill, Albany and
Tro, where elaborate celebrations
have been plianed.
Most women are troubled with kid-
ney eomiplaint, and you know very

many serious and even fatal diseases
result from these nelected kidney"
troubles. If you will take DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed,
you my be confident of good results.
Try them and see bow really good
they are. Beware of *-m*atlnm,q pills
that are Intended to deceive you. Be
sure you get DeWitt's. Bold by all
A Tess ofa Ce '-Desided sne Fate of
Greenwater. Cal., Oct. 5.-David
Eldridge. son of B. Eldridge, presi-
dent of the National Sewing Machine
and Bicycle company of Belvidere.
IlL. is believed to have perished In
Death Valley after having staked his
life on the toes of a coin with a "des-
ert rat" known as the "Rattlesnake
Kid." when the two were losMt in the
arid desert two weeks ago.
The "Kid," who insists that he has
no other name and says that he has
not sent under a roof for thirty years.

by 0ad pplicatiSon. M- 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 In caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ug of the a etichiaM Tube. When
the tube Is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of imperfect bearing.,
and when It Is entirely closed, deaf-
hnS 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 cannotcannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars free. F. J. Cheney & Co, To-
ledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75.
Take Hairs Family Pills for consti-
Portland. Ore., Oct. 4.-President
Taft preached another sermon yester-
day. this time at the corner stone
laying of the First Universalist
church in East Portland. He handled
the silver trowel and worked hard to
see that the stone was properly ad-
The president referred to his vari-
ous church experiences and in con-
cluding said:
"No church In this country.' however
humble it may be, that preaches the
doctrine of true religion and true mor-
ality will lack my earnest support to
make it more Influential whenever
opportunity offers."
The presidents train left at 10:10
p. m. over the Southern Pacific for
Sacramento, Calif.
Dunnellon, Fla, Sept. 1st. 1909.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment In each
New York, Oct. 5.-WIlbur Wright
flew his aeroplane yesterday from
Governor's Island up the Hudson river
to 125th street. He circled around
and returned to the Island without
any mishap. The distance is twenty
miles and the time thirty-three min-
utes and thirty seconds. The height
varied from\forty to three hundred


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Discovery of the Pole Good Old School Days W So
Washington, Oct .- Dr. rederickt .U] M &

nounced last night, shortly after his 6 Cd !"
arrival from New York to deliver a _ ",_ _
lecture, that he will acquiesce in the is F a mi o
the proposition that the University of mSek.
claim to a prior examination of his re- s
cords. In order that the American af.
geographic societies and other scien-
tific bodies in this country may be
enabled to review his data. i O 4
He said he would be satisfied to
have the decisions of all these tri- nm" '%mm
bunals announced siultaneously. Ofte C w ePickesAp pleh .
Frankness characterized Dr. Cook's
answers to every question asked by
the newspaper men. although the ex- A f
plorer added but little to what he hasA X m f f C i b .1A
already said and published, since he % - .1 F c C i buk b u t W --an y
returned t "c-s o School Leach Aa thei NatMoal BRsM t CO'
Dr. Cook was lustily cheered as he
passed through the streets and, when 1 4_ f i 0
he arrived at his hotel, received a c
cordial greeting from the crowds that
had gathered.
Every available seat at the theater O
was occupied and standing room ca-Sai
pacity was taxed when Dr. Cook be-
gan his lecture.
BiA Nwe mentryd MeNeY We have the icest kids of Lawch Bakts and Lac
Third Age at J0 15 d 5 et.
Port Ann, Oct 56-A farmer named 9 ** 15e t
Vosberg, residing near the village of
Champlain, has discovered gold coin, i
the value of which is estimated at I R E
from $50,000 to $80,000. He made the *
discovery while plowlW in a field on
his farm. The plowshare turned up 2 PHONES 174
what had the appearance of a metal PHONES 174
substance. On examination be foundEM'
that it was a large quantity of coins. .
At first he could not tell the charac- n .o wititT j
ter of the metal, the coins being tar- ST JOSEPH'S ACADE Y
nished from the earth in which they ST JJIO D A AIEMY
reposed. Rubbing off the tarnish he
found that they were gold. There
were more coins In the place where LOR To. (Near Man" ) FLORIDA.
carry home at one time. It sbelev- Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the sisters of StL JoeM.i TonTgo
ed that the coins were buried there by Boys from 8 to 14 years Received, Carefully Trained along Physical, latel-
Iersons who stole them from the lectuaL Moral and Social UInes Healthy Location. Magniicent Swimmtai
British army which camped near the Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
place during the Burgoyne campaign Recreation Roona.
against New York state. The robbers Apply for r.pctus to the SISTER BUPRUIOR.
probably lost their lives subsequently.,
anti no one knew what they had done St Joseph's Academy, LMetto. Florida
with their booty.SE i e UA
The latest 6opywright books and the '' -
finest general line of books ever shown AN ESKIMOS EXTREMITY
in tjIs city at the Ooala News Co. A
Starvation Drove the Savage to Kill
and Eat His Little Child
St. Johns. N. F., Oct. S.-Tragedy.
S the far north formed the burden of that the who ea ssmr h Has Va .
-I he news brought to port yesterday by .. -
the Hudson Bay company's steamer spend.ll anse a wiot ; wV b it b eose hA sW
Adventure. which arrived with the o t for -- wt a "-k mo s IJJm i
US N crew of the lost Dundee whaler Para- esr s .
dox and the story of an Eskimo, who. a er s
driven to cannibalism by starvation,
m ent of M'The Paradox. one of the fleet of
whalers, met the fate of her ,com-
panion ship Snowdrop, when she was OCala f P Wls
crunched In the ice floes off Baffin .--
SKIRTS Land, early Augusta year ago.

picked up this fall by the steamer.
The Hudson Bay mounted police T 9
report, through dispatches brought by
t the Adventure, the cannibalism of the OF NORE & HM A
bout starving Esklmo. The man's fishing
and hunting season had been a fail- -AR I A LA
ure, and driven mad by hunger, he R. R IES A LlARGE
cut the throat of one of his children" A .. : I 'u
and then ate the litute ytcthn. gggE All MA PLrETA
of the horrible crime they attacked
him according to the primitive law of O 1
their race. The outcast beat off all
assaults, shot down several of the at- F- -U-I
tacking party and escaped into the
wilderness. His fate is unknown. FR NT
prices and values UP BEFORE THE BAR

ne and look Brown, an attorney, of Pit- R

find them wuch good family medlcetn_
good we wouldn't be without them." For
chills, constipation, biliousness or C i-i f hl -*
sick headache they work wonders. 2SkIrh .
at all druggists. a i i
1 NEED HEMPEN NECKTIES I1 b nfl.; li e k I b b km I i

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colors, Black, Blue, BroW., Gray, a Michigan Woman A. .d-- earts a eM d A 9Mll rs n* i
to $3.00; selling now to close out, Lansing, Mich., Oct. 5.-Mrs. W. B.
Scott the wife of a baker of this city,W m t I W Cg WMpI 'lsEI --b
Ed was found in a woodshed of her home o o S" AM d Wl"k i _
yesterday, gagged and suspended by -
her wrists from rafters so that her Tslt iFm
toes Just touched the floor.
The woman had been hung there by
2 two masked men and had been tied up
2 for more than two hours when her* -
husband and a neighbor found her.
Worsteds, Cashmeres, in all the She was utterly exhausted and has
suffered severely from the shock. /d -
high as $4.50. These are excel- According to the story by the po- 'l Io
lice, after Mrs. Scott was bound and
gagged and hung to the rafters, the
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Ppwmons m eing Made ifr -on The anel of death has entered the
of e pOgast Fa F lorids hs home of Mr. Ia H. Beymour and car-
-. e tried away the life partner of his Joys
and sorrows, Mrs. Seymour. who
We took a look at .the county fair passed away this morning at 1 o'clock
r llds etOwdaM afternoon and found Mrs. Seymour had been in poor health
eIP IeIt *-eerw- Robinso and for early a year and although she
ela Dav WilM Willams with was administered to by skilled phy-
IcOir oaen i4 eslfars Oftheir shirt sicians her ailment grew and her saf-
se ed a p ad as busy as bees. fertag and pain increased. Several
Mr. 3MNGWem was eW miucting the op- months ago she was sent to the hills 1is the dey pit. flm which of Georgia at Gainesville. hoping that
was were haulings day to the race change of scenery and air would re-
Utia V wh111 theae gentleme are pot- vve her, but all to so avail for atter
lIgs in shape. spending two months there and get-
We ile mEay improvements. tdh so better, she returned home last
wMhi tae tre., ill gIretly ap- Friday, and srroumded by her family
1roiSsib, met a tew gramdstld to she died la the arms of her husband.
the uth of the old one and facing Mrs. Seymour was about aitty years
the [UW for the c ltred people. It of age, a devoted and helpful member
i 410 feet- and will comfortably of the Methodist eurekh and a woman
oat 11- e oe PI The a ltal hall of many r a vtinyCrintln virtues and graces.
has hei enlarged by an addition of She was a splendid neighbor, a de-
3lfs6 K, at the rear. We also voted wife and mother in whose loss
e le w hoere stalls with ad- the community and the Star extends
dlts s to be imaI to the pen tfor' cmoleo to the grief stricken and
TIe nw oft building at the bead Messrs. Smith & Roberts will have
|t the midway. 24xl6 feet, is certain- charge of the funeral arrangements.
IF a reditable invealems anO eO while the relgleus services will take
mren noSedpd by the oflcis. place at the Methodist church tomor-
Weasm busy ereetIt a build- row morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. R. H.
I f or the missive use of Messrs. Barnett offciating.
IMeaer & MaeKay. which these pro-
i1 ve mere1 sants and pblc spirited Dr. H. C. Groves, of Tampa: is in
citlm6s are erecting at their Own ex- the city and will remain and conduct
pu a-nd for the diplayeof their the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore during
goods. Mr. Howard Walters' absence. Mrs.
Thee i-foot barut ad that has been Groves will remain with her husband
buit from the entrance to the grand- while he is here and then go to Or-
st-ad with a square 4xM paved for land to visit friends. Mr. Groves has
ntalng aremd purposes, I a im- sold his Anti-Monopoly Drugstore at
peevement that will be appreciated by Tampa, and is now thinking of buy-
all dolse not only those operating ing one In Jacksonville.
autes, bft als by pedestrians
Secretary Williams is enthusiastic Mrs. W. 8. Bullock has returned
In Ms belief that this season's fair In home from New York. where she was
the quality and number of exhibits called to the bedside of her sick son.
will far exceed that of last year, which William, who left New York today for
proved such a revelation to the thou- home. William was not quite strong
Imdl that attended. enough to return with his mother.
Prom present ladir'ettnm the en-
larged and additional buildings wil Judge and Mrs. Richard McConathy.
oft be any too large to meet the de- who have been spending the summer
madsa of the exhibitors who are daily In the west are expected to reach
writing Seretary Williams for space. Ocala Wednesday evening. They
A large buildln has'been erected for have enjoyed a very pleasant trip.
the special use of the colored people
and the new grandstand will be turn- E. Clements, one of the enterpris-
ed ever to them, also. lug truckers and farmers of Sparr.
The race track will be In the best of was In town today, to meet with the
condition and Indications are that the board of county commissioners.
racing program will be one of the
best ever gotten up In this part of the S. Savage. Sr., business manager
te, and will prove a great drawing and assistant editor of the Bartow Re-
card. The program will be a long one cord, Geo. G. Mathews' paper. was in
and willing elude automobiles, motor- town yesterday to visit his new
cycles. horses, driving, trotting and grandadugbter.
running races of all kinds.
Dr. J. C. Booser, who has done such
generous and splendid work In aoms-RO M
I-g an Interest and enthusiasm among W0
the youths Ad farmers of the county bdB- wallf
on the corm question, estimates that h3 3B d8Mes of lit, whose vigor and
these contestants will display at the vitality may bha been undermined and
fair tM ears of corn. ThiMk of kam --down by over-work, exacting
that statement and then sit tp 'and w el dulte the IMo frequmt beritng of
take notice, mad determine from now Midn, r other eumses, will a d in Dr.
on to do aA you can to make the M-& S-le averits Presripton the mos
rion County Fipr of IMS a truly men- p hgraetisusterative stavagth.e
oMrable ad Inspiring evet. a Wd for their spaia bane*
The amusement features of the fli, w ti editWepecl
This year wll not a be* oveooked, aSd L-
the midway attractions will surpass gf -- t
those of last year. More time for Wil I & pa ells to
a selection of attractions will slemIr s ha s i
enable the fair ement to make y palXa11..
better contracts, and the people o( the a or eondIUl
einly er esome to Ocala during the UMW .- W w
fair feeling con dent that they will be ow N -h hmthed aches, bk-
well entertained, ache, dLagsw distress low dows
in the a weor from painful or Irre
Mr.John a prosperous far- monthly periods, nawin or d
mer of the BDltebton section, was ina &Me Ssamc-Is-oaco
lon Iad wil send hie son to Coum- Meaara dai, Mlsu, ante
ble College a few days. e-ion or etverlom or other displace.
meats of ewo-nl orgas from weatnem
Mrs. L J. Beck and sister. Miss o parts wll, whether the periece
Hedges of the Pllowship section, smy or. w av1t the above su
were in town today shoppaig. f al t@ t caUn
B. V. MeWMte. the successful mer- This worid-famed aspecli for woman
chant of Summerfeld, was In town wan s sad peculiar ailments is a
today, as was 0. C. a*,rkmg", a pgMe Iye~Ir ofthe choicest ma-
yee man who is Jeust Aopening atts miUlai roots without a drop of
stere la the same place. They report i t Bt Ipi ibolt i-tte-
business ood at 8mmereld wrapper nd attested under oath. Dr.
Piace thus Sviti the fullest tnvatlg
rc.B wa *iiger~ Jnie, afts v~r- tle of his formula knowing that it wiN
C. R. EJuger, tle Jeweler, 10 VMr- be S-alI iecoasalh eel the bt awits
ginla Ave., Iwud' .polI lad., wrltea: amino the aet 'ac medical
1 was so weak from kidney trouble mne o all the difereut schools ofprac.
that I could hardly walk a hundred a tor the cure of wm 's pelia
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney we tad esand aIlments.
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured f e want ai know mos sbout the
my baeche and the irregularitiles th*sv el se
disappeared, sad I can now attend to aard loe aesto Dr. LrV erc
I-ley's Kleyau Remedy to ms sl r- wet ome Mm

era, as it ured me after the doctors Yoe caat aufo to eeeipas a s atbl
and other remedies had failed." For tat1this-'Pemedy k fir]e-mpes1iho
saleby all druggists. d" ?an
Saturday the oyster season opened
In Ocala Mr. Tucker dd quite a Wehad a pleasant callthis morn-
Ibsiness with he n from our old time friend. Mr. C. C.
Stevens of the Berlin section. He said
The Ocala quarterly conference was more hay and good hay was being
held in the Methodist church last made in that section that ever In Its
night.L There was qute a good dae- history. The school was doing nicely
gatlo of.elders rent. under the care of Miss Kerr. The
church was growing, also the Sunday
Mr. F. 0. FIts. Oneontla, N. YT.. school of which Mr. Snowden is
writes: "My little girl was greatly superintendent. Mr. S. came in to
beoelwted by taking Foley's Orino mingle with the old veterans of the
Laxative, and I think It is the best gray, who met here today.
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orino Laxative Is Messrs. xpazo. G &* Halsell are
ild. pleasant and effective and cures prepared to do a kinds of repairing
habitual constipation. Sold by all of furniture, also upholstering. All will be first class and the prices
exceptionally reasonable. Mr. Auger-
Odd Piows meet tonight. 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 FIrt King avenue.

The July quarterly of the Florida
Historical Society contains much mat-
ter of Interest and especially so is the
article on the late Senator Tulee and
pasntg other thingsidt tells of the de-
struction of his home on the Homo-
ssa river during the war by the
Union forces: his location of the of-
flees of the Florida Southern railroad
at Gainesville and his refusal while
president of the road to allow the


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Their excellent line of F and WInter othi" -and forns- for

Men and Boys.
Our clothing department offers exceptional advantages

tds sensea.

The selections have been carefully made, the styles are correct, the abris
the best and only skilled workmen were employed it the makbng. We
have different grade, the prices governing the qultby. strictly, and our
guarantee accompanies each purchase.
Men's and Boy's Suits in the different stylish fabric and cuta. DBoys
Suits, extra Pants, in both knickerbocker and straight trousers. Boys'
Blouses and Waists.
Our line of Stetm and Kano Hats for men are stylish and unexcelled
In looks and wearing qualities. A splendid line of hats and caps for boys
and young men.
We have never carried a prettier liae of neckwear than we are show-
ing this fall with all of. he ltst c to an taste. -.
The line of dress M at Working rtL o fl of t and
Sboys i a very em0pe0 -Qe. and from which es canmake any selo
tion desired. With this INe we w hae ellars and a is I&tal* thes7l
In Hosiery we have a veptrag Jin% evecal priced and any style of
goods. We ask you to tUy our warrant"; n6&P bi^&oTatw ra e'"
In Underwear you will find just what you want of new seasonable
If you are traveling or contemplate a Journey, call and look at the line
of trunks. suit cases and bags that we have ha stock Gloves, umbrellas.
rain coats, etc.
Come In and let us ft you out We have everything you will need,
from head to foot.

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Ten Big a tdir Way frem
.SL Lewis
St. Louis, Oct. 5-With atmospheric
conditions Idal, ten balloons called
from t. LouIs late yesterday after-
noon toward Re'southeast The pas-
sage over the city from the rounds
of the Aero CLab was made at a' height
of 50s feet. Sixty thousands persons,
many centennial week visitors, were
on the Aero Club grounds.
Two of the balloons, the Peoria and
Missouri, had gas bags of 40,000 cubic
feet and were in a special race. The
others were 78,000 cubic footers and
raced for medals and prtses. The
smaller gas bags are expected to re-
main in the air eighteen hours and the
larger ones forty hours.
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's gIprateed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 eats
per bottle. Ask your dealer; hell
probably know.

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If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of erg's Bem. Sc. at the Post-
office Drugstom

The county commaIsioners f t.
Johns county were busy at St.'Atg-
thine with the consideration of the pro-
posed Hastings canal. The purpose
of the canal is twofold, one to meet
emergencies of a wet season and high
water, to carry off the same; the oth-
er to use it as a means of cheap trans-
portation via water to Jacksonville for
the immense potato crop.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passes, stops the Irritation in the
throat, soothes the Inflamed mem-
branes, and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Bore and inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
edid is expelled from the system. Re-
fuse any but the genuine in the yellow
package. Sold by an druggists.

Quincy. Pla. will dedicate a new
school building tomorrow. t will be
done under the auspices of the Man-
ons. Grand Master Massey and Gov-
ernor Gilchrist will be present and the
latter will make the Masonic address.
Every day we note with pleasure the
growing Interest In educational mat-
ters in the state and the Improved
quality of our school buildings.

Young man, Waning announce-
ments are in order. If you want you
to soon be made, don't fal to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
ening when you calL They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
Peter Durisoe of Connor has turned
"poeum hunter and for a most worthy
and deserving purpose. He Is selling
them for a good price and all the
money so obtained will go to make
glad the inmates of the Arcadia or-
phanage. His example is worthy of

Fall colds are quickly cured by Pb-
ley's Honey and Tar, the great throat
and lung remedy. The genuine con-
tains no harmful drugs. Sold by all
Notary Jno. E. Bailey received a
hasty summons Thursday morning to
repair to Montague and seek a cer-
tain sink. and there in the shadowy
depths of mother earth he Joined in
marriage Henry Dombrack and Miss
Jeanie Loille and Walter oIDle and
MLu Je-nnle -Lollie. This unusual
mode of procedure and the place used
to solemnize the hymenial event was
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If you are later 4d in or are thinakir of purehasltafg as a
ear there e Is thing for the money so powerdl, reliable a4. M
hil-elambmag and mad-poUllia qualities as the Brh. TowY iag-I
tire cataloues by calngs on or writn ag
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We are prepare to il yewr oder fr ee oas t weON of
a o f osuinent bmrk, b l idii block%
bleak,4 hiandal fki pavi Mrwi l. We employ WUeT
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MATDU-I E. atle "1I." In plala Mahogany case. aeat deal, large
saat, pries $40. Has had very little usage. was used 10 moMths.
a i -anay takes back ln stock on account of the purchaser hav-
fg had moe nasancial wreveri. Will sell for unpaid balance $M
ofut d members eoly $287. Is unquestioably the greatest value ever
eMdW h> any mule house or factory, and where thre is an opportunity
f Setting eae of these at a reduod east, you should certainly take
a Aim ego It. We have em of theme ia gred Maogany case, sed
9* m--th. pad dows to $2318; another used ve months. paid down to
$26L We ar willing to sell either of these for the unpaid balances.
sad O5e e ti eamsae LIFP TIMB DGUARANT I and also the LIFM
Doi r Stoatar that we would on a plano that to absolutely new.

Odd B rows meet tonight.
aga I meet tomorrow evening.
Massws meet Thursday night.
Wefndw"n 1-4 Vr!'atny evening.
Mr. Robert FlMyn is on thp sick

The city council will meet tonight.
A fall attendance is urged.
Mr. W. H. McRalney of Wildwood.
was in town today.
FOR RENT-House on South Third
street. InqIre of Dr. Walter Hood.
MNr W. H. Moore and baby came up
this noom from the lake.
Dr. P. Burgin of Mcnltosh. was a
guest of the Monteasma yesterday.
Mr. A. P. Gilmore has moved Into
the Hilburn cottage near Mr. Geo. W.

if" .u...kt .e
l f l m y im e amusedd ea km 3 at tae
i. Dla. i w 8M i tV Wib c
-- 7F O y bthe lr tm Mak w- -.W
Buy Omn AOi6w A Doomo this mng sand ton"onw
E "to itse name. yU ,d t h. m -t-aeewho

no more for is tb" tA* d i nOt o w5 ayf
High grade Flouw. KVr. moit i "" tan e
ery pound of It gouam- atL 11 o_.t
teed to be the best that LE-eu ca COrINUE
can be made from raft The M city acgant .&U
winter wheat. Sold ex. l-re chief*ttefsaM
elusively by umit and Mr. fwr drivift
_aMr. Ed Cmas wer eam-
tinted this maol g by lgw Mayor
S O C R Meffert unI tY The
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Have you seen the new visible Pay. ROOMS TO RENT
Soles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.. --
general agents. Rooms to rent for eight hbusekeep-
Ing or lodging. All conveniences.
Veteran Evans of Candler was in close In. Apply to Star offte
town Monday to procure a scythe to
aselst In making his hay crop. THE uSK&T PROTSCTION
Use Palmer's Lotion after shaving. Not a single 'phone has burned n a
60e. and $I bottles at the Poetotflce house In Ocala. A telephone is better
Drugstore. than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fre you need quick action. You get
P. H. Nugent, the Candler orange that day or night with a telephone.
grower. was shaking hands with his Residence rates. $8 per quarter in ad-
many Ocala friends yesterday. vance. Ocala Telephome Co.
OR RKNT-A cottagg near pri- OYSTERS*-4OYO1 IRS
mary school budilng. Apply to W, L. -
Colbert at tax collector's ofafce. The Elk cafe will begin serving oy-
I . sters on Saturday.
O n William.. pot Crystal .... __ ...
River. Is In the city today a guest of /
STM beet pakalge eof paper, nm
loetk nlsh, 25 cents per pound, and
envelopes to math at Ocas News Co.
Jim Brown returned this afternoon M I IT IN ER Y
from a visit to his father at Mica-
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream in 2!c.
and 50c. jars at the Postoffice Drug-
store. All the Latest designs in Fall and
Winter Millinery are now on display
Mrs. D. E. Davidson and son. Jack.
have returned to Leesburg after a at the establishment of
pleasant visit to Mrs. W. S. Pike.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located in first ward. Apply to
r. W. Otto. .
S:Mrs."'Ina. F Wn:n HlAYCRAT & DECAMP
Mrs. Jnn. F-Wi.liamson of ttaytnna 1a A Uttlil
each. Is in the city on a vimit to Mrs. Nx .
John R. Martin, who is quite sick. Next door to Masters' Stor.
*L Daa p & of o cknonville.
handle i typew f ans, 75e. < FciLL. I.IN? OF HAIR EOO)DR
eah; I.tA#er dm. -
W. W. Nettles. a prosperous farmer DECORATIVE ART
and sawmill man of th F'lemington For high grade work of all kind.
section, was in town today. of painting, paperhanging and dec-
Phone as for you prescription. We orating, at the highest prices (no
call u deliver thes. The Court. cheap John work) with a full and ef-
arcy them The fient corps of decorators, call at Mc-
Pharmacy. Icer & MacKay's.
R. J. Hall. Ludden & Bates' repre-
eutative. went out to Mactel .yester-
day and sold two plano ed-an organ CAS OR I A
L C. Davis & Co.. of Jacknvifne. .ad -
wM sell any make of aecmnd-hand
typewriter. upo easy term If desired. Yu b Ah
Mrs. Will D. Grahamr was called to R t-
Carter's Pond Sunday to look after .. ] -f
her sick sister. Mrs: Potts. 14We of 44 #.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Geri 's Best. 5c. at the Post- SKILLED PAINTING
office Drugstore.
I am prepare to take any job of
Mr. John R. Dewey went to Miami panUting. o matter how large or how
this afternoon on business matters. He small. o0 bow fine the work desired
will be absent for about ten days. may be. I have the material, brushes
4.-- and knowledge to paint and do t3
WANTED-A first-class young Jer- right. Houses painted Inside and out
jey cow giving milk. Apply to H. C. Grainlng, gilding. hard oil fishing.
Jones at the Ocala Bottling Works. varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger has decided to Address P. 0. Box 125. or leave word
defer her departure for White Springs at the Star office. K. W. Flhlyaw,
until tomorrow, when Mrs. Harry B. Ocala. Fla. tt
Clarkson will go with her. ".- -

Messrs. J. W. aMd A. W.
Bridges will soon oa you to get
your membership f Ior the coliag
lyceum season. Be with the
glad hand ae they Sa lisMt of

That enters into my prada is a
powerful factor to my sumai.
I give each patio t sly per.
sonal attention and take a tnea
Interest In every case.
Optics Is my comtaut sa ; the
relieving of some unusual de.
feet my great pleasure.
Eyelsight SpedaUig
OCala, HaL
Ofle hours: 9 to 10 a. ma.m
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical Sae
and laboratory, 'rooms 2 and 4 aft
Any one wishing choice guava for
Jelly or preserving purposes mea ob-
tain same by notifying the Star of-
flee. as a shipment will arrive ftr -me
of the force tomorrow, Toesday. $1
per crate and express.
Mr. E. I* Maloney, proprietor t.
Ocala House, returned Monday.',a_
from Jacknonvllle, where ei has w-i
spending a week with his
Mrs. S. A. Rawla. Mr. -Maleae hpsa
almost entirely recovered rom .6.
cent illness. .
Mros r. H. Mathews has retwned
from Oklahoma City., Oka.. where
she spent the summer with her da"gh-
ter. Mrs. 0. E. Yanmcey.

Mrs. Robert L. Andermsna hare
turned from a visit to New Yolk and
Lxington. Va.. where she placed her
two sons. Robert and emlle, In the
Washington-Lee University.
Mr. P. A. Hill of Fort MeCoy. who
has been ill for some tih, Is M Ati*
lanta, where on Thursday he will be
operated on for appendeit
B. W. Brown. repremating .the
American Tailoring ompany...;
taking orders for suits for the Olbe4
of Ocala. who represent the ANei-
can Tailoring company in Ocal, is in
the city and will make a bouse to
house canvass.
John T. Lewis. inspector of eonvicts.
went down to his home at Mome Bluff
yesterday. He said his bay who was
seriously hurt several months ago, is
still suffering.
A. W. Young. the Oklawaha mer-
chant, was a business caller in town
yesterday. He said business was good
but was sorry to see the growers

shipping green oranges.
Mr. Ed Carmichael Is making a very
pretty cottage of the DIh Ouerrant

house on Fort King aveame. It will
We have a few boxes of exception- 1 l gdR be one of the prettiest of the small
ally fne writing paper. Drop in and houses on this poplar street when
take a look at them. The Postoffice I Uh completed.
Drugstore. *
1Jp1A q g~i., l g ,mAp The veterans met today. The meet-
AN of th .high *i*elb thoks and up. M oV Aing Pices was well attended. mander
paee are new in. You can goe the lI .a M. Graham was In the chair. Del-
high seheel beeks only at the Ocala nd M USC egates were named for the Uve Oak
News C. meeting Oct. 20-21.
Messrs. DuPre of tReddick, S. H.H Tih Bat at -> P s I1- h Jonas Driggers of Okisuwahl was
Gaitskill of McIntosh and Dixon Ir- ed by Hoe Peoli here today to see the county commais-
vine of Oaklawn. came down this aft- sloners. He is cutting out the new
ernoon. NNW PICTURES RVERT DAT road east of the A. C. rom Candler
to Ocala and said It would be a dandy.
Jergea's Talem Powder, large cans THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT 4
holding nearly a pint each. guaranteed Jas. F. Norton. a prominent bud-
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar- Pew for this Afterm ness man of St. Petersburs. spent
Macy. AFTER MANY TEARS Sunday with Mr S Pyles and fam-
ily. He returned home yesterday aft-
T. H. Bagnall. an industrious far- THE RECKONING ernoon.
mer from the Lynne section. was in
town today and renewed for the Star. A STRENU'OUS SNEEZER Judge Bell heard the ease of Will
as did Mr. James of Spring Park. Tucker, track foreman of the A. C. LU
THEY WOULD BE ACROBATS at Cornell. who was charged with as.
BOARDERS WANTED--Two young saulting L. Ballard. a merchant at that
men or couple can obtain first-class THE PROFESSOR OF ETIQLET place. this morning. The trial was
board and room in private family. conducted by a Jury and a verdict uf
Apply "J." care Star. Admission. 20 and 10 cents. guilty was returned. Tucker was fin-
ed $5 and costs, which amounted to
Mr. Ram W. Petteway. (of Dunnellon. Dom Ue aft 7:2I t 1 $21.7T. Attorney R. A. Burford de-
one of the heavy naval stores opera- fended Tucker.
t.r., of this se.tion. was In town to- H. W.Jhn C Marsha who for svral
day. ... ,_ John C. Marshal. who for several
years has been with the Ocala Bottling
MiXk Pansy SEuter went down to Works. has* leased the bottling works
Lresburg and Sanford this afternoon. THERE 18 A DIFFERENCE IN of George McGahagin and will op-
At the latter place she will be the erate the same. Mr. MeGahagl has
guest of Miss Lisale Newsom of Wil- am not determined yet what he will do.



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Harnes a of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
fSlta dom. Apply to 3. T. Sammu.s at
Tompime & Cow's stable.
ed: modern paumbag; ruwnnm water;
aetyleneo gu. 810 pe week.
A3GTLU COTTAGE-- rl'nhed;
rNm water. 8 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To reot on October
1. r the water; fun ;hed running
water: modern plumbug; acetylene
- 8 u per moANth.
David S Woodrow,
Hilder Block. Ocaft ltr.

Tou en positively have your shoes
re-soled and flashed off to look like
new, by an electric ttcbint and fn-
ishta machie. ID. W. Goodwin, Shoe-
maker. Ocal. P1., next door east to
Mosteama Hotel.
agele reet Wedueday evenag.

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skilled workml with moder. aW-
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electric msma.
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For sale, cneap far cash, ke Mak
mare formerly owned by Major her,
slx-mouths old colt and rbber-tire
bur. Write to ar edM Q. L A.-
derson, care Oil Luber dk & iW

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SWe take this m 1 --
t.- he pubei thrmou t e mas or
n i your paper for the Ubmal piatrom-
that has been extended gothinugk -
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SWe have aot bees anp to deliver
aw, a the te entie atry a
- CieM Cam Lbe0 bought more ae than the -
i t ick natory emou proWe We
Sare Just In receipt of lett givi
us a slight lnking of our 191 p
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S. Clov ,er. t. baseba, m -ll mug- &C r'.Wl "--d'i" o _d'es_
/ iia P 1 eauarr, M Ae e last T eaefday r C. "
3,,D. T. Carter, "of la"s. spV011- tare Co.. wet t to Gala sge We&- b i

in taws gwehi vi**e &rnas. David Waselbonthe eai galal
go so paAdr oft as ad sgogealoss a"e ai of g. V. DukTe was trnespift bug- repre etative of tih Salth-Brimage
4; d s ge .. of ... trritafr. eaIs tme 00110Y caSpi_ Thureday. Shoe Co.. of Iaebblrg. Va., was In
wo sot i Our oA gne r ---set the ae ean C. H. eprafthI MO ala, w. a the city looklg after the fall trade. .
u No e so beams sema eAterp& Mingl with ae. pw here Mon- W. C. Stapp. of Oxford it. the
T4d. OA&oste frm hu anrm rat htnd epeenMadve of Amet *"
SJacksoille was In the city Tue -

CMdo, MRaCt Al DLnellon, the has return to his duties for the ....
Sam.o ofMr. C'lwnrhr. above toheany. He ruetsun look- oa --
D. B. Cter, of lnthe Buten- Infre Co.. wnt to fre were Wed- b -W E a U- -b d

back with Phas .n t sws. e O Mlay ight to be gme a v dayhm Mrtf pa
e InI1e. or /wk on buswins n. Webb, who recently par A
I.L H. Vn a prominent Si D a InWaelbeut, ruthe pM1s -'
astal se tor eof Station B, nomenal suo, He athled one a m 53 wm
SiO towe on business. small chick out of a. we and
S H. H Ocala. passed the look ater the trader is

to his home South lJaordo. will try It as he certay Ta w
H udson 20 M.- and H S t l *g r- ha Am lc I f^i*as** I * -
trip to s"d J. d Be. Nell, a i of J A. C. .-
n In M tr for f T the hustling mer- i employes here. pet lat Satr- t proly approved
TM Chat r was in town Mon- day and C nday at Shell Ilaad. A bet in its h i trga t of tl
SDetrolt There is an as in the city hraertic of this p potalcard for fe
Monday Tuesday looking after where they o Eh foidn wy ite fll ad to ga
Sno ned to say anything for uthis c o I s, of the Dunnetoonweob s. .e. plaWt, left and Ust lr
gT P L edrel of the Cullea Phos- Thuraday for a few days vHie t at hist the c iR i e
S* 0. al phate was In town Monday on home n Ocal, ad to batted the la addition this fr Dr. ierce M
U Bob'" Sanders the mer- Al. he Tylor e poplar forea book e
20s . left for Ocala Tueay of the East Florida Telephone Co.. w d 31 Ot the wCOt of .
-. 1 to h wi th his "honk" wagon, of this place, has been transferred to anr.. Plicy's esat and .a
d ll Mrs. Harry Peter spent reainlle, uIak. wil afot In sWll"
t o Te ,Iweas In Ocala the gets of sted. coated y y to tae a c y.
l -. Chef Isen a eR-BrsMs A.e Tukers. Mro. d t wa exerened aIs
G o Od onM ads w at s hin tends here Lo t of It In Osalt% B&A Daily Grow. |

!!., FU. t. wee ok .... H e o. ,- l efA U 'B ITY YLo
Sa Modaye Torrsda bookkeeper of the The kidneys cry for help. III1

S AnY KIN IK t Ian Terminal Co., aed Not aun ornn In the whole bodyI
A KN AO Duftollon Wednesday en route s o delicately constructed -tJ1
rhe- biba a bness trip to Ocala Not one so Important to health.
w M te nT SGreeBEResNY Cidnw ogof l Prdo hof a bee p o0 The kidneys are the felter of the
seam and LM.. Fresh and Salte Water PFOL. Tfie Neet C*-* M; Beuse, left for Winter Ha- When they fall the blood become -
va t t day, where she was call foul and poisonous.
p Itee Pe f Ho Kd ia toie Ceomtry. iRe*-mdle- ad- R -- M ed oaagunt of the lles of her There can be no health where there
b* ,In poa s oned blooied. Have Your Lawn Mower
iJR Up-T.-I86e kl Ch A I COMkMUl0 FlPir tle H. the baker, attended Backahe t. one of the f&t Indica- H v Y Ow J" mm M
Meals and R*ea*oable b* ard to Wo*kly C oea n at Ocala Thusday. It o. the kidneys' cry for help. Heed T 3t ct
J. i J. ker, the eiala repre- It. Don.s Kidney Pills are what Is
: ; ntatW the Gainesvllle Hard- wanted.
Sorp Iron and Metalls, Abo Green Hide Bought ".; trnati busine Are just what overworked kineys
her- to -fK of the wee. need..
B. the popular and ae- They strengthen and Invigorate the
-ag o dOl. SDruag returned Friday from a never fall to cure any case of kidney
SE 111I P. O. Box No. 852 ; det i .Lakeland dYtIeF, sRpEat Ave. Ginieole, Fl5., sa: "My for t pP"-N
Tuee lq town on raierd ba. wa e was troubd for some time with
he latkeret of the above Kidne ll or her. She o received MOwp i^b
SB repor bun es t toe oll ot on sollt Imbrtnt to hea lk o th.

t fertboxnw. of thoughtmedy that hir yr + eg
ts. 5 propteto resan &of TIhe kidneys are the. c tese of ther ir-
- o.y wher rn he, wIh call- fol andA proincus do os Del wa' wih
iE- g- a I poi so- n --d bloo.d. rlenowe oh
Uaoi Fr Cls _. ussu. Fs aCl ssH the b ubacr ption Plenty more proof oike thia from- i itB.It wiU wn a
el JdR ee -. oero O We'y fCaUts Otale a people. Call at Tydlyo Wke Co.'tyt obe
STle, manager of the Eat drug tore iand asr what their cuto- st y
3l.rt Idthone gna, wre town- mn ueptha is
S' l troTICt Oae wALi AUTOMOBILHd FOR wnAL t th p
.V.. S 1An' t th pulaew York, sole agents for the Unte
colderr, cha- dr, In ,l crlt-cla, m atr ge Bthe rrys kin esoth he them t dato their wok Wehav- e
OwifewaA tMrdIbdoset iA w it.
Lr. eot uiesoulo.uhgetbnfi.rmteueo h

l--W --- =B, eft. of he- p-al W eanw.. HomnsS run. has returned from
aite tin sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. Lt a M v S to Charlotte, N. C., and LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
telo eat J"W Barkaleias store S Tydlngs. otjl Wlt He says he has the T AU'WN
wDummia tio e i et bMdder: DISTRICT CONFERENCE ribgt OW V and reports a good Let the Star office print and perfor-
I WiEt, i lombw. wlhes.ter. tAT lh tal fne. ate your loose leaft sheets for your In-
2 hMo4 dMble-*arreled. HELD AT WILLISTON J Wn. M. Gober, the popular voice ledgers and bill head systems.
.. ala-bamreL. The Ocals district Sunday school ftr re-election to the of- We are prepared to do the work.
18 1Ma1. and Epworth Lessue conference, M.
WI* UI (Mek dkiamed). I. church. SBoth, convened at Willis-
SI .,ANI 1sMIa. ton Friday afternoon. There were
1 *do$ Iaoa sad harseas. forty-five delegates from the follow-
I al&& ap- bowg ad harnea. las charges: Alachua. Anthony, Bron-
2 aAKa bsh* son. Crystal River, Gainesville. High
S-t,. '-- ',-. '- To all pemons subject to Bilioos Attacks, Soa SI
2' 2timm City, Martel, Melrose, Mlcanopy. Ro-
A .c hr e. ",,. .,..ConstipatinA, Headache, Diheiness, Heartbt Ve
a emambeti Martel sent up the largest delema-
w.. .f Henry W. Long, who was accom- Foul-Sh ath, Sallow CompIxion or otheW symptom
a 411 panled by Mrs. LoWl. Other dis-
s/ 4011, taatulshed visitors from Quincy: Rev.
I bane pa J. B. Ley, who Is secretary of the W
I b1L conference Sunday school board, de-
l Now d& livered a great lecture upon 'The -__________
I l pam ela Me. Child in the MId"; Rw. C. P. Black- TAM_
/ eel taMes and Setare. burn. of Bartow, president of State
S1I gla ae tank. worth League gave a highly ha-
I watro 6sa61r. structive lecture on "The Epworth
SWift 1ass9.. l1aps. League's Opportunity In Florlda."
I gainldMe Iamp gloves The program was one that called
96;D. 0 WatMes, AtmebseTr. forth the best Ideas and advice from
'men and women who are among the
chprc's brightest minds.
All leave here feeling that great
good has been done and that new
f W^ resolutions here made will ripen Into B
R Mrick fruit In their respective fields of
l- l a Methodism In WillUston feel the
Sispiration ef the convention and will
-- take new courage to labor harder for special feature.. which Is *m- It is the Surest, the Safest, the most Speedy and Comple
phasised by the Zpworth League. the
S... e. wD.a.r. 1N g. W."e rept n .ete' ? Liver Tonic and Regulator in the Whole Field of Medici
al'' rp Oael ton League gave a receptleon to the
&m- d ate at the Mahone lall. where
We awkflola 8l n Pre-Bl. the merry volce of a large con-
iAn Wb O mLis W,,t course of people were broken only by III rr e a ls 'lq "lna ht ads ii
teO attentions of thoee who were mis-sY.... U a Uw Im a-5"
B- -. i n "" g t. "- a kw lays' se rs. m.d es. e. Thre, we*, iwiui ik d TerB Urn are re rd elm
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