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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 6, 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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Volume ID: VID03290
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Reueim EneuM Rhmemts en their
Rihs Itie Pesple of Fieland
we Reely to RseiL

Heltsagforas, FnPl d. Oct. S.-46
Saticipatlso of the Bussan Duma's
early pasegeof the bill depriving
S i nland of It liberty and reducing it
/ to a mere parliame-tary district of
the Czar's country. Fanlsh revolu-
t uonsts are trying to baates the long
threatened uprising throughout their
lwad against Muscoite role.
S- i' erw.'atoya cu teseltaW at eeas-ott
The climax in Rola-'s encroach-
ment upo" Fleland*a constitutional
rights came a few days ago. when It
was announced that the St. Peters-
l r rai buarg soermennt had deeded to walt
no longer for a report from the Rum-
so-FlIalsh commission appointed to
de0le the lesser country's rights: but
to seeure legislation Immediately. ter.
minatting uabsh home rule and al-
Si laowis Finland no more than nive
members l the Duma.
I^m i i The decision, .san open violation of
-I i the treaty of FrederikshammTer. by
Si |" I which F -land became part of the
SRussian mpire In 1M. with the
guarantee of the right to govern it-
Sse lf Iunder the nominal sovereignty
of the esar as Grand Duke of .nn-
The FPlns are united in the resolve
SII I to resist the loss of their liberties, but
S\oncerning the method of resistance
th I er are two parties. One favors an
aRimed upriinag. coating on public
opin lon throughot the world to pro-
tect them from the superior force it is
io bow*eags admitted the ru tcan bring against
Sthem. he. The other urges passive re-
i sis ur tance-a refusal to pay Rusian
l ase'Jseftas eWaf taxes or to coform to Rssian laws
I Li ANSm--D-- -_ I and a c ntlnuance of their own Diets
la dinregard of the abolition by Rux-

*4-- V A"t MBgp* I The second party has hiterto been
I.--#T__la9 strong enough to keep the firt In
I! \'_/m dfif dm Icheek, but the latest news from t.
BPetersburg has so Incenaed the coun-
g ab try that the war party is now in an
Soerwbelming majority.
RussMa's recent aggressiveness to-
T. W TROXD LER ward the unas is explained by the
St that the Inlreased range of naval
S-,_ artillery, the development of mbma-
rinems and the larov.,,,nt of de-
S 1C A t stroyers have rendered the once fa-
Fe E. VCa ,L p j#M moua fortlflcationr of Kronatadt
practically worthlessa leaving St.
n -- S M rK i Petersburg danerously exposed to
-_,__ me, m~attack. Fmland mers as Idea naval
4.h ed a_. e O Mad b base Iasl eabhers the "Gibralitar of
Pfaop*jithe North." at the entrance of the
NiKt o or Hels fors harbor.

21 -O B oV CCMTO-MR 'C calamity often hap-
OUR M j a careless oatman Ig-
'a w in g a ofSaw t 1 W We feed, w S id faster currmt. Natures
Medl a-w-ld. d if yes aem merw warnias are kind. The dull pain or
* OdhAl, a. . eRw ardtoe la the hack warns you the kid-
j miJ.. N;aA u neys ed attentlom tf you would a-
.. 4 "a l fa tal --nL _... dia haso
r llq TlI or Brihr disease. Take Ele
S il Bitters at o and see bhakaehae fy
and all your best feel return. "Af-
S V dO V ter lo sfferig from weak kldney
and lame hack one $1 bottle wholly
a, Acutd me." writes J. Blaakenukip.
elk. Tenn. Only Me. a bottle at all
SOmIvT a.= meailum als ed. a


There is much laterest n railroead
circles over the rumor that the Sea-
board Air Line frem Richmond. Va..
to Columbia, 8. C, will shorten its
through line between Heanderso and
Durham, aIn North Carolina. This
would be a saving of about Mfteen
miles and a cut out of a number of

Louis Boor. a leading merchant of
Norway. Uch.. writes: rte bettles
of Foley's Heney en 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 Fbley's Homey
and Tar." Nothing else is as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all
dragglu t
Atlanta. Oct 4.-Persistent rumors'
to the effect that Major J. P. Hanson.
preeldeut of the Central of Georgia
railroad, had tendered his resignationi
to the directors of that road. aeec-
tive November I, brought forth an
emphatic denial from the major last

Por a clear head. a stout heart and
strong mind DeWttl t t tle Early
Risers, gentle. safe. easy. pleasant lit-
tle pills. DeWitt's Carbolised Witch
Ham Salve Is unequalled tar any-
thing where a salve is needed, and as
especially good for plies Sold by all

Orlando. Oct. 6.-Ben Hamilton. thei
negro who was brought here Sunday
might charged with attempting to as-
sault Miss Merritt. a lady living near
Lockhart. this county, ls in jail. where
he was lodged by Deputy Sheriff Gor-
don Snday night. He denies the at-

MU g we,4 w-. qbelag per-.
ISmSnUI1. ae s Mah., *.
3aw, uMg but very Ittl p
$. M priw o. tdB -
UoWmuL6 Ig NMabots t is as elar
4ffl'^= hr',e'rpble to make

bAL mthmarge,.IMte &
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sadm towg aranteed.


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by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ar.
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 lin-
aing of the Eustachian Tube. When
the tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling soid of Imperfect hearing.
and when It is entirely closed, deaf-
nes 18s 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 se o af deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars free. P. J. Cheney & Co.. To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists. 75.
Take Halls Family PUIls for consti-



Starke. Oct. C-Oscar Crews. son
of ex-Senator Crews. hnd Charles
Thomas are nl Jail here charged with
shooting some colored hands working
on the construction of a steel bridge
over New River. on the Starke and
lAke Butler road. Friday night. The
shooting was done by some party pr
parties while the hands were cooking
supper. Two wrre wounded. but not

Dunnellon. Fla.. Sept. 19t. 190.--1
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo.. for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for IL It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Ge-o. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. C0 day's treatment In each
Athens. Ga.. Oct. g.-Vonderau
Kennon. aged 2a. a white farmer, liv-
ing a few miles from Watkinsville.
was robbed and, it is believed, mur-
dered In this city on the night of Sat-
urday. September 23. and his body
thrown In the Oconee river at the
cemetery bridge.
He left home on that day to go to
Atlanta to have his eyes treated. He
had with him $45. He was here on
that date and was not later seen
alive. The body was found in the
river yesterday. The skull had been
crushed with a blunt instrument.
"Tour son ha3 consumption. -.1a
ease Is hopeless." These apeoalnt
words were spoken to Gee. E. Blev-
ens. a leading merchant of Spring-
field. N. C, by two expert doctors-
one a lung specialist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After three
weeks use." writes Mr. Blevens, "he
was as well as ever. I would not
tas all the money in the world for
what ,t did for my boy." Infallible for
coughs and colds, its the safest, sur-
est cure of desperate lung diseases on
earth. S6c. and $1 at allt druggists.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
Wolfvllle. N. D., Oct. 4.-Five per-
sons of a party of seven, lost their
lives today by the capsizing of a boat
in Minas Basin. Four members of
one family perished. The party in an
auxiliary sail boat had been on an ex-
cursion to Boat Island. and when re-
Sturning a small aquall struck the
boat and capsized it. The victims
for a time clung to the upturned boat.
but one by one were swept into the
sea ad drowned.
Meat women are troubled with kid-
nMr capilalnt, and you know very
maor serious and even fatal diseases
result term these neglected kidney
trables. If you wUl take DeWitt's
lodey and Bladder Pills as directed.
you may be confident of good results.
Try them and see how really good
they are. Beware of Imitations, pills
that are intended to deceive you. Be
sure you get DeWltt's. Sold by all
Washington. Oct. 6-"I do not
mean to say that the negro doctor
alone should practice among his race.
but I do think that any fair minded
person will agree with me that we
ought to have a tair proportion of
negro doctors to practice among ne-
gro patients." said Prof. Booker T.
Washington. of Tuskegee institute. In
addressing the matriculating students
of Howard university yesterday.
There are some directions. he de-
elared. in which no color line can b,-
drawn, referring to disease and filth.
Pointing out the possibility of thr ig-
norant netro s h.. comes into such
close contact with the white man.
carrying disease germs to the latter.
Washington declared that it was th,'
mission of the negro physician to
preach the gospel of healab to his
people. He admonished the students
that the high medical standard al-
re.)y established must be maintained
Re said there are about 2.5- negro
physicians in the country, and urged
that that number be doubled.


Will Not

Ask te to W

Ask the Doanes to Waive

Privilege of Making First Ex.
amination of hig Reeards.
Baltimore. Oct 4.-Just bIfore he
left his hotel for the theater. where be
delivered a lecture last night, Dr.
Cook was shown the Associated
Press dispatch from Copenhagen, re-
lative to his reported intention to re-
quest the university of that city to
waive its claim to the first examina-
tion of his records. After reading the
dispatch carefully, be said:
"A wrong impression has been re-
ceived in Denmark as to Juet what I
said in Washington last night, and
this, too. seems not to havr been per-
fectly understood in this country. In
order that there may be no further
mi-understanding I shall be glad to
have the Associated Press say as
coming from me that I shall adhere
to the original plan to have the Uni-
v,-rxity of Copenhagen make the first
examination of my records, but that
I shall ask that university to with-
hold the announcement of the result
of such examination until the records
hall have been examined simultan-
eously by all the geographical socie-
ties of the world. Immediately they
have been examined by the Univer-
sity of Copenhage. duplicate copies
of my records will be submitted to all
the geographical societies of the
world, and to any other scientific
odlies desiring them."

Galnesville. Fla.. Set. I. 1908.
The plans for an educational cam-
paign in Florida have been definitely
settled d and the purpose clearly and
distinctly stated in the propaganda
endorsed by the Conference for Edu-
eation at Jacksonvlle. September 5.
The movement is a part of an edu-
cational renaissance. It means to
*banish Ignorance and replace It with
Intelligence: provide facilities for
education and compel the use of such
facilities; to create such standards of
intelligence as will make Ignorance a
conscious discredit, not to say dis-
When you study the opportunities
of usefulness this movement affords.
your responsibility as a servant of
the community and your work for
public utility. I do not believe we
need make a second appeal for your
good will and loyal assistance.
All that we ask of you at pre-ent is
that you urge every man. woman
and child in a radius of ten miles of
your h.,mp to attend the Educational
Rally to be held In your communhy
on October 12: request the ministers
to speak a few words in behalf of the
movement from their pulpits, and ask
the local papers to give it promi-
nence in the editorial columns.
The primary object of the cam-
paign are to awaken interest il pub-
lic education, to devise ways and
means of supplying the schools with
popier apparatus and libraries, to
force the Incompetent teacher to seek
other means of obtaining a livelihood
and to make Piorida. educationally.
rank first in the Southern states.
I trust you will give the educa-
tional workers who will assist you on
October 12. 8 p. m.. a large audience.
Very respectfully.
George M. Lynch.
General Manager Florida Educational

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adding to our stock of good things tos et a H It mabm It Iealer aeo
customers to select something to have for a cheaga. We are eagerly wad-
Ing for a chance to.serve you. and If we ever have o the pieaswu et l
so. will do our best to please you. Give us a trial for 30 .days aaybew.




LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding Schbool for Boys Conducted by the Slsters of St. JoseGh. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained alone, Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lnes. Healthy lAatlems Magmantm Swalag
Pool. Complete qulpment Iton Schboolrooms, Dormitories, DiteMg HaO and
Recreation Rood..
Arply for Prospectus to the 81STER SUPERIOR.

St. Joseph's Academy, Lometto, Flaida

Mr. Editor:-Please give me a lit-
tile more space in your esteemed pa-
per. I will try not to make It too
long. I landed in Trenten. S. C.. 29th
day of July last, and met my oldest
sister and a joyful meeting It was. So
many of my relatives live In and
around Trenton. I did not see all of
them. but I had a good time. I love
to think of those few days. such joy
a man does not have often in this
world. Trenton is not so old, but it
Is in the neighborhood of the place
known as The Pine House, or Pline
Wood House. This. an old place, has
been know In the country for more
than one hundred years. In fact ever
since before the Revolutionary War.
It has been In the ownership of the
Bettis family ever since a period an-
terior to the Revolutionary War.
They were probably the first settlers.
Trenton is the home of Senator B. R.
Tillman. and whatever may be said
of B. R. Tillman. ftr or against him.
he is certainly one of the most re-
markable men the county of Edge-
field has ever produced. Without any
preliminary, political training what-
ever he passed at one bound to the
position of governor of South Caro-
lina in 1890. In 1892 he was re-elected.
in 1894 he was elected to the senate
of the United States and is still sen-
ator at this time. I and Mr. Steve
Hollane walked over one evening and
had a very pleasant and profitable
talk with him. He has a lovely home
and a very pleasant family and a
most splendid farm. Oh. Mr. Editor.
the farmers of Trenton are farming
and no mistake about It I went Into
several of their fields of corn and cot-
ton. and I must say I was amazed to
se" such corn and cotton on those old
plantations. I went to school in lsZ
near Trenton and the farmers In
those days only got about 12 and 15
bushels of corn per acre and one hale
#of cotton to every three acres, and I
saw corn this year on those old fields
that would yield 40 to 45 bushels to-
the acre. and cotton that would yield

more than one bale per acre. The
farmers of Trenton will not plant any
kind of oats but the Appler oats.
They are. I think, the best oats I have
seen and I believe they will do well
h-re in Florida. I brought some home
with me, and any person wishing to
see them can do so by going to the
(Commercial Bank in Ocala. I expect
to plant some this coming easeon
While in Trenton I went to Mr. Day's.
where my c-phew was thrashing for
Mr. Day and in six hours he thrashed
out 628% bushels of oats. Those



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stlelo mfo misiMeM. It sagas" the
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the PlIMAs had to tae the paper
fb MesIl em their mt w and by
theimlr dl will ad a great
paew a t- pagpWr that made thee
Albert mage the St. Lm Post
lamatek m Joseph went to New
Tak topurham the Word, them
'a- In the dpmep and as leing I-
mUmli, manelaly. From the pit
t memes was a lng ul but so deo
imed mand it s ag were these two
MA tat their esee startled the
mwpaper wWem. but what has corn
et t weml see. Albert
Pste a physsal wek ro ever-
MMwho rMt a re"ef in
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moed his iMn Viia a few days
d o easeO hasbut rfloed his eye-
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to aent -,s sad happl-
Sam. hbewoms h t ilatentestlo
me gsuiregi their Mvo. which is
o the ent t the m wederful men.

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tem sf OU for a god bug whip

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aft aft the tale f Orst

slace every galles will stand the ad-
ditlo ofue gallona o Pure Uimaed
Ol, thereby maklg two galloe of
Pure sseed Oil Paint.
Your paintlag will be extremely
atisfatery sdaee yo"r oil is pare.
It will aloe eat you hes money.
tlace yes have bought your paint at
alt ptee, aad your Pare Oil, at
oil price.
For sale by the Marion Hardware
Company, Ocala, Pla.
Mr. M. Robanson, familiarly
known as Sunny Jim by his many
warm personal friends In the state,
was In the city yesterday from Ocala.
and Is making his hbedqu,-ters at the
Park Mr. Robinson who represents
a wel known brand of shoes, has Just
finished a thorough canvass of thq
state, and states that trade conditions
are unusually bright, with the pree-
pects ot bumper crops for Florlda as-
sured. Mr. Robinson Is accompanied
by his wife and son, together with
many other residents of Marion coun-
ty. who are aall makin their head-
quarters mat the Park.-Times-Union.

C. L K uger, the Jeweler,. 1N V#r-
gina Ave., A mIn-ap s`. 164. writes:
I was so weak trom kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Pour bottles ot foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
my badmkche and the irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day and recommend
Filey's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
ers, as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had ftailed.- For
sale by all druggists.
Messrs. LU J. Knight w a J. Mar-
tU. two nromient residents of Omia.

All the members t the eoeUet were
pre0 t last alght except Mr. 0. A.
Mr. Isae Stevem appeared before
the SemD aad stated that be, had se-
card by private r a heription 9S to-
wards a iMewalk a fron t of the pri-
mary adod buidldg and desired the
emal to apple t the remalader
4 the m- -meary to build the
aid walk. Action o the matter was
X fme d e ermiessio to
authe isou market en Tueker HilL
Atlem I3 the premises was postpomed.
n it is the lateutie of the counea to
ian I alt permit. when the market
buiding is repaired.
Mr D. 8. Williams appealed to the
emuc to have idewalks repaired on
*hqe*ias street leading to the fair
gr0n-dl The clear was requested to
ntify all property owners on Expo-
siteson street to comply with sidewalk
W. W. Clyatt stated that certueates
were omtlandf on certain property
In Reardon's due west lots and west
end mad requested the city to make a
reduction oa the certificates covering
said property. Council agreed to ac-
apt $10 n full tor said redemption.
which Mr. Ctratt win give.
* Mr. Helvestoa Introduced an or-
dinance to protect all fruits and veg-
etables from files, dust, etc. It was
The usual monthly bills were audit-
ied and warrants ordered drawn for
Fiftese hundred dollars were trans-
ferrd from the electric light fund to
the general fund and five hundred dol-
lars from the general to the fire and
water fund.
A resolution was passed taxing S
A. Rawls & Co. 26 cents for every
prisoner put In the city JaiL
On motion of Mr. Duval, hereafter
every contractor for city work must
give a bond for the faithful perform-
ance of aU cotrscts. Mr. Woodrow.
who was present, said he was willing
to comply with said conditions, pro-
vided all other contractors were made
to do toe ame..
The council passel a resolution to
the effect that contemplates the re-
moval of the outhouses of the Elk
Cafe building as unsightly.
The street committee recommended
the oilaing ft o lime streets and that
oil be used In such quantities as the
city's fnamces would permit.
The llgt and water committee sub-
mitted a statement, showing the gain
frol the work of the plant.
The fire committee was authorized
to purchase a horse for the depart-
mest, and It was ordered that the
borse Fred be turned over to the san-
Itary department. The council then
laies_--Mt_ There are same sim-
ple remedies indispensable Into every
tamly. Ameag hse, the experenee
of years assure us. should be re-
corded Perry Davis' Painkiller. Pr
both internal and external application
we have foud It of great value: es-
pecially can we recommend It for
colds, rheumatslm, or fresh wounds.-
Christian Era. 2.
Mr. George R. McKean, a well
known amberman of Ocala, was
among the Marion county people in
the city yesterday and registered at
the Park.-Times-Union.
Mr. R. Hail, a prominent resident
of Ocals, aceompanled a large party
of Ocala people to the city yesterday,
and Is registered at the Park,-Timesa-

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the historic book of this camp.
Resolved, 2nd. That we extend to
the bereaved loved ones our pro-
found sympathy In this their time of
sorrow. Respectfully submitted.
H. W. Long.
T. D. Lancaster.
'- Frank Harris,
Andrew J. Turner
Comrade Andrew J. Turner was
born in Irvin county, Georgia, Janu-
ary 14th, 1845; came to Florida on a
visit to his brothers, James and Na-
than Turner. 1861. Enlisted at the
age of seventeen In Company "A".
commanded by Capt. John C. Cham-
bers, as a Confederate soldier. 1861.
which afterwards composed a part of
the Ninth Florida regiment of the
Confederate Infantry. He participat-



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The following comrades answered
roll call Tuesday at the council
chamber: Alfred Ayer. J. L Beck.
W. D. lamilsor. M. P. Frink. L. M
Graham, Frank Harris. W. Kirkpat-
rick, H. W. Long. J. H. Uvingston.
D. A. Miller. S. J. McAteer. B. H.
Norris, C. C. Priest. & M. Raysor. V.
Seckinger. C. C. Stephens. T. J. Sis-
trunk. !K T. Williams. J. D. Williamn-.
In the absence of the chapman. Gen.
ELH. W. Lonag Invoked the divine bless-
The minutes of the last aneeting
were then read and approved.
The adjutant then read the follow-
Ing orders. No. 22, that none could be
members of the order but those who
served In the Confederate service and
had been honorably discharged. or
were sons of veterans. Order 223. per-
tained to the purchase of the birth
place of Jefferson Davis. the same to
be kept as a memorial of the departed
warrior and statesmen and only pres-
ident of the Confederacy. Order 24
referred to the death of Mrs. Mar-
garet Jefferson Davis Hayes. the last
direct descendent of the late Jeffer-
son Davis. The order paid deceased
a high tribute for her virtues of heart
and head. Order 25 related to the
centennial anniversary of Admiral
Semmes, the naval hero of the Con-
federacy and accepted the challenge
of the Keaasarge. U. S. Navy. In Eng-
lish waters, though In every partic-
ular her Inferior in armament.
The memorial committee through
Gen. H. W. Long submitted following
obituaries: ,
Daniel A. Smith
Comrade Daniel A. Smith was born
In Richland county. 8. C.. during the
year 1830, and with his parents mov-
ed to Henry county, Georgia, the lat-
ter part of 1850. Soon afterwards he
attended a medical college in Atlanta.
Georgia, where he graduated with
honor. He located at Butler. Georgia.
and built up a lucrative practice. He
was happily married to Miss Mary
Wadsworth in 1856, who preceded him
to the spirit land a few years only.
When the tocsin of war sounded in
18"1. he responded to his country'.;
call by raising a company, of which
he was elected captain. It was one
of the companies of which the 22nd
Georgia regiment was made up, which
soon afterwards was transferred to
the Confederate army of Virginia.
Captain Smith was soon made sur-
geon of his regiment, which position
he filled with honor to himself and
credit to his country, until the sur-
render of General Robert E_ Lee. at
Appomattox court house, Virginia.
April 9th, 1865. He then returned to
his home at Butler, Georgia, and re-
sumed his practice of medicine with
marked success. His fellow citizens
called him to fill various civic posi-
tions, among which was the office of
mayor of Butler and state senator, all
of which he filled with distinction.
During the year 1884, he settled at
Anthony, Marion county, Florida, and
In addition to the practice of his pro-
fession. Identified himself with the
people of the town, county and state,
and by his wisdom and sagacity soon
became a leading factor In all com-
mtndable enterprises for the mater-
ial prosperity of his church and
state. His adopted town made him
Its first mayor, and over strong com-
petition he was elected, and efficient-
ly represented Marion county in the
house of representatives In the legis-
lature of 1895. He was an active
member of Marion Camp. No. 56, U.
C. V, from its organization to his
death, and filled the office of brig-
adier surgeon for a number of terms.
He represented his division as a del.
egate In many reunions of the United
Confederate Veterans of the Confed-
eracy. As a citizen he was affable
ad progressive, as an ex-Confederate
veteran he -was true and loyal to the
fundamental principles that caused
the secession of the southern states.
and was firm in his conviction of
what be believed to be right. As a
husband and father, he was consid-
erate, gentle and kind.
On the $1st day of September, 1909,
as a sheaf of wheat ready for the har-
vest, "God's finger touched him. and
he slept the sleep of death," and his
immortal spirit has Joined the spirits
of loved ones gone before, to await
the resurrection morn.
Resolved, Ist, That a copy of this
memoir be furnished the bereaved
son, that a copy be furnished the
Ovals Baner and Oeala 8tar for pub-
lication, and that it be recorded in

Offer to the Public

Their excellent line of Fall and Winter Clothing and Furnlashtags for
Men and Boys.
Our clothing department offers exceptional admntages this iense
The selections have been carefully made. the styles are correct, the fabrics
the best and only skilled workmen were employed -in the maknlag. We
have different grades, the prices governing the quality, strictly, and our
guarantee accompanies each purchase.
Men's and Boy's Suits In the different stylish fabrics and cuts. Boys'
Suits, extra Pants, in both knickerboeker and straight trousers. Boys"
Blouses and Waists.
Our line of Stetson and Knox Hats for men are stylish and unexceWed
in looks and wearing qualities. A splendid line of hats and caps for boys
and young men.
We have never carried a prettier line of neckwear than we are show-
ing this fall with al of the latest effects to suit any taste.
The line of dress and working shirts for all classes, both men and
boys, is a very complete one. and from which you can make any selec-
tion desired. With this line we have collars and cuffs In all the styles.
In Hosiery we have a very strong line. several priced and any style of
goods. We ask you to try our warranted line of "No Tatr" Hosiery.
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 in stock. Gloves, umbrellas.
rain costs, etc.
Come in and let us fit you out. We have everything you will need.
from head to foot

~e ~pectfu1iy,


ed in the battle of Olustee. February
20th, 1864; accompanied his company
and regiment to Virginia In May,
1864, which arrived at Richmond, Va.,
May 25th. and reached Hanover Junc-
tion the afternoon of the next day,
near the Soths-nna river, which, on
the 27th of Say was, with his brig-
ade, commanded by General Joseph
Finegan, and .was assigned to Ander-
sonis division, afterwards commanded
by General William Welborne, Hill's
corps. Comrade Turner was a gallant
soldier, and with his command partic-
ipated in the battles of Cold Harbor,
the Weldon railroad. Reams Station.
and all battles that his command was
engaged In from that date to the sur-
render of General Lee at Appomattox
courthouse, Virginia, April 9th, 1845.
He was paroled as a prisoner of war
April 10th, 1865, and returned to
Florida, adopting Marion county as
his home. He accepted without a
murmur the new order of things, and
with business forethought entered act.
icely into the peaceful walks of life
as merchant, cotton buyer, stock
raiser and farmer, accumulating a
sufficiency of this world's goods to
make him comfortable. He was hap-
pily married to Miss Josephine C.
Barco, November 9th. 187. Joined the
Baptist church in 1889 under the min-
istry of Dr. I D. Geiger. assisted by
Rev. D. B. Farmer, and was a consis-
tent and useful member of that church
the remainder of his life. He was an
active member of Marion Camp, No.
56. U. C. V., a devoted husband and
father, and a quiet, but useful citi-
His health failed several years ago,
and it became apparent that It was
only a question of time when the dis-
solution would come. He died Sep-
tember 8th, 1909. at his old home at
Lake Sixteen. surrounded by a loving
wife and son, and other loved one%.
and was buried In St. Johns cemetery
the next day.
"'Up to the beautiful mansions of light
The dear ones are gathering home."
Resolved, 1st. That in the death of
Comrade A. J. Turner this camr has
lost a consistent member, the commu-
nity a useful citizen; that a copy of
this memoir be furnished his bereav-
ed wife and son: that a copy be pub-
lished In the Ocala Banner and Ocala
Star. and that it be recorded in our
historic book.
Resolved. 2nd. That we extend to
the bereaved loved ones our profound
sympathy in this their time of sorrow.
Respectfully submitted.
H. W Long.





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Almost for the Asking

t0 X .rM .L,-VE CTIOMgER8
he we man 0 0-0 oft Sm sIpMs, we ays me e the Pr- es oft w
..bI.fdN -f ow lhateemd in a e il insm m t, gwse
eO --L0.- g. U Ma Oeal, tla., w.TA wi eaD en M

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ARIOM, la meadim else, eany case, good tone and sealo. worth
1 Sale prie ....... ...... ...... ............ ... ..
SKAXAU aR, medium she aosy a se, good tone and action, excellent
pho. for the e Jbegtnalg In m asie. Value $175. Sale price $181
.415UNMG, U y ease, medium shed, good for beginners and practice
wr, fairly meod toae ........ ...... ...... ........ .14
AR of 1e ab ee Planoe are In eice coadltioe, and to em who
wate tione ad service In preference to appearance, say of them
Swi bte am gve atlfatgetm.
At ps wemk, e er the felwlug:
i lit sIN, I alBe Mahogany eas, splendid tone and action, looks
aew, uad bt very little Indeed, splendid action, and is worth
$s0e. ale priee ...... ............ ...... ...... .. $
MCOPHAIL Ie Maogany ease. splendid tome and aetios, nl the beat
of entilm througut, splendid action, and Is worth within $25
of Ms lgher il coat-$450. Sale price ............ .... .. 4
KURTSMAN, t lrgeo Mahogany case, plain, but neat design, looks new,
eme-at_ to-e, spleadld action, and is worth within $25 of Its
eitalad east-$456. isle price ...... ...... ...... ... ..S.
ASW O the above we doa't healtate to recommend to anydae wa t-
leg a meat desirable piano, eith for home or teeahing parpoe. We
M1- them Just as f new.
AsS perwwes k, list th efllarig:
dUCK fM,. Mo, a medium shed hbany case, good practeie pan, good
Aoe sad atIoa. Value $117. Sell for ...... ...... ... ..SM
m llURTY, It medium sie Ebony case, good tone and action, eel-
IIt ple tf beginners to muasei. Sale price ...... ...... .$1
, RUDOIWX ., is large Mahogany case, splendid tone and action, In the best
of aede tie thre ghout, and Is worth within $25 of Its original
ste-Sa. Sale price ...... ...... ......... .. .

OTYAL, t m n te Mahogany case, large upright scale, smooth action,
'e4r bU0S temo, r, high In pitch, absolutely new and Is a.
Svealmat V Y-7 freat panda t t s was dAaeaaS l-
=-it, but ba been rearranged In a way to make It very atta-
U~ ~sw ag s rogah hadliang at all; this om at ..... ..m
AAN style "13," he plata Mahogany case, meat deatan, rge
#iP rwe 400. Ha had very UitUle usage, was use 10 mumthm,
a mally takm back In stock o account of the purskmr habv
d s- : me- -amcial uwverses. WW mael for unpaid bahae m
l members o ply $287, 7 Is-questioably the greatest value ver
- Z J y muase bhose or factory, and where there a oportualty
l i of theme at a reuoed coast, you should ertaimly take
o.f It. We have e of these In Igured Mabogany case, used
-i 4 w m to $238; alth"er used fve months, pal deow to
m o* me wilBg to l dether of these for the aupald bahaaes,
ps yg tan same IPF TIMB GUARANTEE and also the LIPF
SIin B I-tate that we would Om a plano that Is abeately eiw.
A QC me n re fully guaranteed, and It not thoroughly satfare-
we, l bII ume d att our pem ad your mor e refunded. Orders
IW s. ft d gives rt chamae We pay freight. IT WOULD
S Tamn very truly, LUTDDN BATs 8. IL L,

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The Brush Runabout

s 2m w me- bestew orm aWr thinmklg of pemfaslag a sma runabout
Wlmemattag the meney so powerful, reliable and peeeaing sme
M sag md -aln Mt 1 as the Tru Ya get descrip
M Alabg S ealag ea or writing


Bages meet this evening.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
Mks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
FOR RENT-House on South Third
street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Ho.d.
Mr. D E. Kyle of the Seaboard Ahir
Use. Is a guest of the Ocala House
SBpt. R. L. Turner of Inverness was
In the city today.
Have you sees the new visible Fay-
Sboles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..,
general agents.
Mr. D.'H. Tharin. a Gainesvlie shot-
drummer, is a guest of the Ocala
FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
Colbert at tax colleketor's office.
Mr. R. C. Lorinr qf Jarksonvill.
with the Royal Baking' Powder com-
pny, is a guest of the Ocala House.
Tb beet packlg of impw, UWa
9e1@ ftih, 2 e5smts per pound, end
Invispas to mats oft Oalm News C.

Calvin of
the Ocala

T. W. Scofleld and W. L.
Inverness, were guests of
House today.

Palmers Garland Cold Cream In 25c.
and 50c. jars at the Postoffice Drug-

Mr. L. Moreton Murray. traveling
for a grocery house in Jacksonville.
Is at the Ocala House.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located In first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
The Ist espyW ght hbooeks and the
fst gmnea tl line of bIoksaover sleW
in this city at the Osala News Co.
Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gerig's Best. Sc. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
WANTED--A first-class young Jer-
sey cow giving milk. Apply to H. C.
Jones at the Ocala Bottling Works.
Mr. J. W. Ward, Jr.. of Floral City.
who has been so ill for the past month
is sufficiently recovered to be at his
duties. again and was in town today.
We have a few boxes of exception-
ally fine writing paper. Drop in and
take a look at them. The Postoffic,-
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Watson and two
children of Coleman. are visiting -it
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wal-
ters, In the second ward.
AM of g4hi ghb sael beas and sup-
pl eeare n1w in. YOe U e get the
6g esheeld beks enly at the Ocala

Jerens Talcum Powder, large cans
holding nearly a plot each, guaranteed
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar-
There is no game law against any
em hbuting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma-
lari, chills and fever. Price 26 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; bh;ll
probably know.
Upon her return from her summer's
vacation your first act should be to
call at the Court Pharmacy and buy
your sweetheart a box of that delic-
ious Bell Meade candy. "Sweets to
the sweet," you knew.
The regular prayer meeting service
will be held at the Presbyterian
church this evening, the service being
conducted by Mr. Dick Dodge in the
absence from the city of Dr. Dodge.
FOR SALIC--My home in first ward.
Will sell cheap If sold at once. Call
or address No. 151 North Second
street, east
Miss OlarL Moore, who taught
short-hand with great success last
winter, has reopened her class at her
home in the second ward. Miss Clara
Is an excellent teacher and well vers-
ed In the best methods of steifogra-
Mrs. Dr. McClane with Mrs. J. R.
McClane. of St. Petersburg, Fla., left
this morning for Newton. Ala.. Mrs.
J. R. Mcltane to be with her two
daughters who are attending the
Baptist Collegiate Institute, and Mrs.
Dr. McClane to visit her daughters
and to regain her health, having
been seriously sick,
The normal Bible study will be held
at the Christian church tomorrow af-
ternoon. Subject. "The Synagogue
and Its Relation to the Early Church-
es." Study begins at 4 p. m. Every-
body welcome.
men or couple can obtain first-clase
board and room In private family.
Apply "J," care Star.
Mr. Bartlett. a veteran who was in
town yesterday, said he regretted to


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other

High grade Flour.


ery pound of it guaran-
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winter wheat.
clusively by

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For the ENeot ef tdae P;mary. Iel
Neat aturdOy.

A Silver Tea will be gives at the
primary school Imldlag on next Sat-
urday afternoon tram four to halt
pas five. The object of the tea Is to
give the high and primary school
teachers the opportunity of meeting
the patrons of the schools, both gen-
Itlemen and ladies. and to provide
means with which to purchase some
mmuch needed supplies for the pri-
,mary schooL All Interested in the
schools are cordially Invited to be

The Autemebile" Caese Wore Heard
* by Mayor Rebsertsn t is Moning

Mayor Robertson called court this
--- morning on the automobile speeding
t cases against Messrs. L. 1 Yonce.
i' A l Will Jeffcoat and Gus Haley for ex-
S E A P feeding the speed limit through the
streets of Ocala on their way to the
GROCERY Ire at Mr. Robert Connor residences
GRY -two miles south of town, Monday at
The young men all plead guilty to
LYCEUM SEASON Irspeding. Mayor Robertso told the
LYCEUM SEgentlemen that he would dbsmiso the
Mesrs. J. W. Sylvester and A. W. cas against them under the circum-
stances, but stated that he w ld no
Bridges will soon call on you to get do so again, even though there were
your membership fee for 6bg coming a fire. A few seconds more or less, he
lyceum season. Be ready with the said, would make no great difference
glad hand as they have a e list of and the life of the most unimportant
attractions, Ichild or person in town to some mem-
ber of their family or loved one was
worth more than two or three houses.
He then stated that he was determin-
ed that speeding and reckless driving
mined to do his part to stop It.
Fire Chief Chambers asked the
mayor for information In case he
should have to come or send to the
7 :fire station from an outside part of
the city for more hose and should
THE PERS2 O AL ] aT 2 requisition an automobile, would the
i-driver be allowed to exceed the speed
That enters into my practice is a )imit. The mayor said he would, in
powerful factor to mny sueaeg. case the chief ordered him to do so.
I give each patient my per- and the man was a competent driver.
son]l attention and- *t*i, k. an f--

OUnss Atten AU .e an tense
Interest in every case.
Optics Is my constant study: the
relieving of some unusual eye de-
feet my great pleasure.
Eyesight Specialist.
Oatla, FL
Office hours: to 10 a.m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical oflce
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary

Any one wishing choice guavas for
jelly or preserving purposes can ob-
tain same by notifying the Star of-
fice. as a shipment will arrive for one
of the force tomorrow, Tuesday. XS
per crate and express.
A girl who is willing to work and
learn and who will stick to the work
is wanted at the Star office.
Captain 0. S. Hammond from Lake
Weir. manager of Hall & Grigg's tur-
pentine still, came in this morning for
treatment by Dr. McClane. He is a
guest of the Ocala House.

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We have in our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.
THE aLuST Phuwi(fiLON
Not a single "phone has burned in a
house In Ocala. A telephone sla better
than insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates, $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.
The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy-
sters on Saturday.



All the Latest designs in Fall and
Winter Millinery are now on display

at the establishment of

Next door to Masters' Store.




The funeral services of Mrs. B. H.
Seymour were held this morning in
the Methodist church. The church
was almost filled wih sympathetic
friends. Rev. R H. jarnett, the pas-
tor, assisted by Rev. T. J. Nixon. the
presiding elder and pastor of the
church nine years ago, conducted the
services. Both ministers paid glowing
tributes to the life of the departed.
She was one of the most faithful
workers of the church and her place
was never vacant until her illness
became too severe for her to attend
services. Mrs. Seymour was a devot-
ed wife and loving mother and her
neighbors can testify to her perfect.
consistent Christian life. The music
was very sweet and many beautiful
flowers were brought to the home and
church. The remains were laid to
rest in Greenwood Annex cemetery.
Mr. E. C. Smith conducting the inter-
ment. The pall bearers were Messrs.
M. M. Little, G. L. Taylor, Nathaniel
Rutledge. W. W. Clyatt, R. R. Carroll
and Dr. L P1. Blalock.

To be Held at the Saptist Cherch Te-
morrow Afterneen at 3:30
Song. Missionary Hymn.
Scripture reading: 13th chapter 1st
Corinthians, in concert.
Prayer. Mrs. Henry Gabby.
Roll call. every member to answer
with an item of mission news.
Reading, A World Survey, Mrs. Hol-
Reading. The Flowering of Missions
in the Southland Mrs. A. L, Isiar.
Reading. A letter from Miss Heck.
president W. M. W., Mrs. John Ed-
Solo. "Nothing But Leaves." Miss
Sallie Camp.
Poem. "Something Great." Mrs. L.
W. Duval.
Report for the year, Miss Josle
Election of delegates to the Marion
association and reading associatoonal
All women cordially invited.

Reggie Futch makes htis last ap-
pearance at the Air Dome this even-
Ing. Reggie has successfully amused
large audiences for the two previous
evenings, and yet has several funny
cards up his sleeve, which he will
display tonight.
Mr. Shatterich. one of the smartest
jokesmiths In the South, will succeed
Mr. Futch and be' here for the next
three evenings. He comes highly
recommended and doesn't Intend to
lose his reputation In Ocala.

Mrs. C. I. Tydlngs has bought the
residence on Oklawaha avenue next
door to Mr. A. G. Gates known 4a the
Dr. Newsom home. She will Improve
the property and place It In strictly
first class condition. It is a valuable
property, well located and the" lot
extends entirely through the bloek
and fronts on the next street as well.
A 22-horsepower Buick touring ear,
entirely renewed In all Its wearing
parts, newly painted and n fine shape,
for sale cheap. Apply at the Star of-
Dr. S H. Bitch's suggestion that
the board of public Instruction should
give the teachers and pupils of the
SMarion county schools a holiday PrI-
day. Nov. 26th, so that all could at-
tend the county fair, is a good one.
Now comes Major L. T. Islar and pro-
claims he goes the good doctor one


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Mr. and Mrs. Cole Reynolds, pra.-
Inent people of Mleaaopy and recent-
ly married, came down this morning
to do some shopping -aIn he Brick
Cty. They wer married Saturday I
St. Augustine. Mrs. Reynolds was
Mis Abner Emerson. Mr. Reynolds
ha beea iew t t4 i00 for
1s years In eth Am,! bat more
recently In ea a t. Pan-
ama canal project. They came down
In a handsome Mitchell auto, the gift
of the grom to his bride. They dli-,
ed at the Ocala House.

In compliment to Mrs. J. W. Crosby.
In commemoration of her birthday, the
following friends, namely: Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. Dr. and Mrs. A.
L, Islar, A. W. Bridges. Mrs. Dean and
Mr. Parker. took a lot of delicious re-
freshmenta out Into the woods along
the Orange avenue road and enjoyed a
Jie spread.
Messrs J. G. Ferguson and B. H.
Seymour are each building a pretty
cottage In the vicinity of Mr. Sey-
mour's home in te northern part of
the city.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Turner, ex-
cellent people of the Anthony section.
were In town today shopping. Mr.
Turner was a member of the board
of county commissioners last year and
a good one.
Hugh Nichols, the Wldwood horse
man, was In the city yesterday. He
has returned from a purchasing tri)
to Atlanta and selected a lot of fine
Judge W. A. Hocker. one of the so-
preme judges of the state at Tala-
hassee, was In town today, visiting
his son, Attorney Will Rocker and

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skilled worked k with- amod -40p
puaea. Strictly aUntay. ti
tam letric miasmans.
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VINCENT0 C. = Rw W. .

Mr. and Mrs. JIaai* .LBadr e(
Oldtown left for San Antoe, .T ,
today to visit Mrs. Badet'. hambR
Mr. J. A. Rawls.. Mr. BadlHgp
outly tarry a abort while, but sll'ko
expect to make a protrte .
The Star wishes them a am J
and a pleasant viL

County Surveyor Alex Moerhead Is
busy making a map for the
LaUd Co. of Illol6 wi' a
purebased a lare tuw t ef lam -lng
between Summerseld and La-w Weir,
which the company wi put. ea
uurket for settlers. .
YesTterday Mrs. W. $.'LD
ceived the sad news i the e t
her sister, Mrs. Daniel, at her he
in Iawisburg. W. Va. Dr. and Mrs.
Dodge left this aralog for CasdM,
8. C, where the Interment wlB tlW

Mr. Baxter Carn's mew hme s
Port King avenue between Mr. W. DL
Cam and the Taylor 9100 is aount
completed. The metage w -b a vry
pretty and eolafe~abl emo.
A. J. AlbrIttoan, the susOweM '-*
mer at Dasy was is emsMn -
Inag with his sma Glo vera"
ed that his asm. A. A& r had
geme to Atlanta to taWs M edem
year course la a medleal noaOA, ait
his greatest pinee of ms w as ta
oil had appeared ln hin s Weeh
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L a, m... -mm.l- a.. set itfor YoU. YTom1se, wmi Im a-
youWaitcondos ohere I sent my Jap
SI. W. PAI INI I eadg
mWhat h doe't k/nw wo't hart
C JO IG-hi wme" I tS oner of Doctor
KERCIAL BANK", FULL -senh ?"- g Y-
-- assei. m plan Enlih. More than Mae
OOALA. fLA& Y n __o -oit down-ther, oppose f e. Iaits Mperior worth = a blooSp
tow r t -or only think o you." the cure of stomach du MdeM
.Waw' aGy tm Wy* "J" s e ha i stolur some M ru-down y m a s other to

JO.W. ARSING "How muh i*r6Seal and Qee's at, S
a-KI "s.. ... .. t m As DI aNwe o 9--. -What do you want to knw frr and Blhk Cherryblrk are eItra
J a1=01 pi s w w e U1et1er1 th 11 7ad "Iham h wife.s It ia my busaesto li g-Iu
A- amif M a t- oaini.t -- -- --w ie w m Dr. V. Pierce a
S.e year Y M a m ooms sauoere, am mane e te t be which quotes etracts
tively she glanced toward the door. lst ntrw oglug lc t such as DM. B olo, Kng,
ow WIN..-RIWM. J. yMEouA, ha" a s te'- other. "I so seldom have the pleasure host of othas, showing that
yI owntainsthee by the door"pe oof ny orCompany, Mrs. Brooks, that for their curative act Oin al W
.,h. t over the eel by thi or business' thing'knocksealtU maWeo by ___!

sa_ w 0 *DR BIOCKt OCALA, .WantRID. ttart evrytod oo ross a e tortod utlyoor
,p L .m WBR SAND, COaON cIANDnth I Ca ptaioean WS i wysine ToGr ae
m a m at work Ost sa. nd are rprepareo to dom1 taSl. rodmanece In an evenlsn pent with an U M
0i14pi Wi .-M W Utios, make Oamat Blocks. Clemmtabo-ut his t" Pretty woman can remember well a T ,
et- Atle a S tae I mosa, Stoe Mantels. We make ,th 1Mi d."when the Sally Moran put Into Na-
hor nft ase work. which look better tan bric. sad "That's what I came to talk about" gasakiM for water and fresh provinlom -
SCresheron A. C. IUW d Track, North of "We that Mttle matter can et" ha little Japanese girl called on
-e a mly. ro'w called, ao an d Ie ada terriobletime. I wanted
tIe alt chance rve had to npk to make things righ t nice and pleasant n
you a" for her, but. ord, dsh couldn't talk &*
eINSt0 .uIAr "Iwant toknowIfthere I any way word of E iLb There she l n teainte old 3r9roerM
-fta ry._Noee I Ow nu the eioood- ngand makfig Durned ud taei%"a kAnt M
S N i An mA a. B and Daly "SchonS for ti ~ while I wasotrin my head efa stock, send f Ifty cents a oa ladles. Boarding department strictly limited to ahspre re. yoU my quafrter s. herA. bl pl m pe sw wo i tlthute, Bhualo, Yo, a
d e e. Classes divided into small sections to secure personal In- dInt come to se your carter, pe- y by reura pot
of .a *e C ,e atCownerdateory adynag Wes In Mu.s captain. I ca UMe- ou can1t aon rd sl to
UEr t aiiity __ H_ befoe bioid' s ;eye.a ord SITI
-IT eat "a to aW Radolph "dent ca what you cae oor He ahed alood as the scene rom 0 ea t a d -
s44. a. Thrty-s-cess year bes)na mpot*r 19t.*1. catalogue on ap Mrs. Brooks," he declared, with aa before his mind's eye. cine O MOWn C.alk
L. P. pOIT. pA 3. SCoTT. P. h. touala playfUlneas. I make it a "Now." be continued meanlayo suke a litt b r T
A "| role that everybody who dropsIt.onftd ore oredtoobedt o i't afford to periment with

man was becoming more ad me "I beg your pardon, capta" se Dr. Pierce's Plet- Pelt
n. Md, very coldly and sternly. "I mst oarCOated, tiny granules, easy
"I Mow you will thin M e rude but tell you that I did not COMr here to
I Cant delay," abe Insisted. "Joe is In make a social Cal. I never came to a

r o T e the y tlk to a man like you before Itn my wURN THE SCRUB
hmift- Cginerde bd M ds 52 ftr ay fa AlaF ini He ras with mock dignity. f m-s de e o r
"___ --_e on my ship, Mrs. Brook (Continued Tomorrow) f most dangerous reptles aof Inor-
SPlase member erery captain ais m- a Ida oel I the rattlee snake, w
o- T I ship, and I you don't esten AMg b ke ake thre l ou onI thetsc nd
la---- you double Irons for mutly." Sloe rnoneb Is r p war o PassertI bye and every-
l tt FUR EN ITUIE H U plE eS 10 ded,-1Adl s ta ssa thing that knowanythg afraid
-aa re that yoa wold not do- 1 has oln sk ta"O t" d- ame of them for their poison tis sauddea
moplee"- 1i"en is a imealag ever brohadeolg with death. I1
S Broat," h broke In, pickag upWmWhm the l1 ba m11pue burned and the snakes are run out .
CARRIES A LARGE onote m0Y a e mMtela by the water the swamps. which N
CAR ES A LARGE thep on the mantel, "Is a uh dae The bRala n l s have just been run over with water,
model of the ally Moran, my Amt firsL andt imjl a e as the last year has been quite a wet
U IEII AND GOotMLETE STOO em th oe o sc Ther Sher aee-usdasmitutW year. and all of the low swams are
AND C MPLETE Si up thee over the door. She tty raced f ooverflowed and running over, and
laid the cornerstone o my fortune, but Wi of the O running the snakes out.
OF ha taught me ow to fight and have l There was a crowd of boys and
I ere. Took her p to north nort Pa- 'o It i Mlial Dile, tirls coming through the sarub from W
I-i Ifts seallu g and then down on the Jap. a a hickory nt hunting and one sall
a e coast. Had a crew who wouldn't ral, pap, o eh. e wa a si
Eadorn any hgh back rover Captain h cateneu afet a em, tott rattler rang his rattles and made
WAND.E ever could wish forI. Ifthe tme tS. orst-r hives o tostrihe atrheribuot as shie w far
was any good In that schooner God m"nIfttlons stlWp n blood. Now If only everybody could face I311
imoAit s aw it AM and hit It." *d *e th In as brave a way as that UNI
lIMTo mor him she bad advanced to "lthDS"e=ft OfuWoin 511NUe4W child there would be more good and
U EN S thUe a maa:lA lalge. gladD open tagLwlhero, go yM remained people In this glorious old

came o 1asCe d H .1h 6sors, oopemgbosbye scOufOing been two extra bi ones killed In for
M106611111 SOWP CAAdAN 1esm 00 is l tI the liftwer hidden. andbine-yes,* Pi.ere's AlHanaln__ %_ve whi- p our-scrubas are let go and not burned The
____ a-l ike live coals, were alone vial- e-s wonderful healiag potmay wha, for five years the anakes will be rais- a
^ l Wb St " h --ble as he directed hin game upon her. used as am appliationto the sgie la ces- ed up and It will be dangerous for
b ft"Juast how bad in that 'awful reputa- junction with the use of *Ooldea Medilsal the people to get out of their yards. n A,
-^tien mu. Brooks? DIMcovery a a blood dealualag uagg- A. L D. Chemi
WS t *a Ca~kk We d D callers amI SkI Mey may," sae returned, meeting ttlonal tratment. n your darupt UP .EOR ek
steadihi gm M y, "that you have no IOUt hapPe to hav, a *AD.Heaai UP nORE THE BAR gehool
-W-l-^i a^K S~p^ U ^ U, Sia B' |heart. ., pity, In you; that you'd kill a BaielOa' Itok, yO can easily pNruMIt h okeee
a hh dr W Ml ggel w pics, aht 7S Is those days with as ittl fe.l i Dt or Cisi iN H .e Brwa, a tt1eo AfI -
"Wel I guess the reason y ou'dkUl a Bualo, N. Y, sad It will me to you b5 King'. New Life Pills for years and
is' s its r- ,... j -.m^ return pioet Most druggists keep Itas nd them such good amily medline -l
I E- a,*agab ,1at because it's jst a* mo- well as the 'OelaMa Medical Dinsevery.' we wouldn't be wi them." for g*
riKI 1 EI AA qbei sand that you'd like to kil It, but ** * chins, constIpaton Illousness or
be- youe afrar d it will bite yo. You eaesateflB-toectasymdlcea sick headache they work wonders. 26c.

"I had ahen, Mrs. Brooks, who, If a mediso or mnows cougroage -
_ _akl- F lorKla yoe let 'em go too far, they'd bite, and haviag a complete lIst of lagredl5ate is There was another death in Bec- So
I____ if--t you let'em bte too deep they'd kll. Pila Engish on its botle'wrappe, the tra this week, Mrs. Manson, who was
uyv~s~ I _a-Th wee the early days of sealers. same biaug attesed as aeeret mare nt burled In the Electra cemetery. Her
VERNON W ELDRED It wa har life, and It made hard Di.erce's hets 1 N S d.ugter Mrs. Bo, hereto the

aTHn PODAT at no wore than lots of others Mr. and Mrs. Wil Freer paid a visit '
wo-DAd be xeAd Just as I was at that to Mrs. G. A. Sellers. Mrs. Frr's
a- nor s mother.
Mrs. ]lla Sellers returned Saturday
*.HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER -r l ao b youmyCl.. ht. .ca-- ,".t l
SSis Designed andMade. Paperhanging a Spec- "It the way for theM Oa cary the guest of Up
New mirror Made and Old Onee Re-silvered, Glass behis I came on." M issMyrtle Mock.
GldingGraining. Kali-mminipg, Far iture Re- "s-e. .s mu.k .,ad Mr. Jonas Hal ord mae a ..short
GTin us n aell,-m w em.Ur visit to Cmor to a his midter.Mis
lidlrsg S. "Qualty a little higher-prioes a little lower." -But IeW after butness houMrs Mrs. 2rome aghta Em mily Halford, who had been slck/
&Wks,ad I aint half spun my yamrS. od ths Id^ J with fever. We ar glad to report Sc
be&It"aIt wu her condition Improved.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Now, over benIwant toabo show ar ronIton Impo e n d
cOule oM a PearsIgot from a lot of ,el.e- -, sick b- we are glad to say he Is im-
S hendb unters down In the Malay arehi- COX Sai e.t a e t eprovin
pelage. Tou may not know where that ies-.--.. paUm -. T 1oe T ood qv. Luter will preach at lectra
is, but I've always had an idea it's IDe eoi Nse KWriSh the second Sunday night In October.
T where od bttened down the devt "s- at early candlelight.
after that rst big row they had you ease roi moss back, A party of young folks assembled
ft" about in the Bible. I was gotg- at the residence of Mrs. Halford, Oct.
a ,or "osel what ws doing, when 2nd. All enjoyed the fine music.
this crew of diggers come down on us TUE to Oesis Thursday.
MaLeadng Ve ibe Dealers k.WehadanawfultimeRT We think the wedding belle will

of Cen0 Flor- i RSSIo c.i....m ,. ..
bO Cegm n ebig Wives.- wi eUs ley's Honey and Tar. the great throat
He looked Into Mrs. Brooks' eyea. and lung remedy. The genuine con-
Am ink l m a "Took her back to Frisco with me." .tan s no aarmful drugs. Sold by all
S.W h a~ -wob aded. "l Women were scarce In* w druggt.
i CI iA I* them tinme-good looking ones." --
'You took her away from wbhr she Next De to. the Wedeurn UneM NOTICE OF SALE
SNIM16 LIP-^ NOW^^i MOP SW, A-^ MW- -bdongedr" questioned Enma slowly
^a--SW.Lw ---,-W--r nI a^ ki b- qufioe Emma slwl Telegraph OfMi Notlce Is hereby given that on it
*W Ms '* ". .-She was willing to go. No one ever ---Cae f or sDler Ted P p 111116a
bella 1 n wry beat her about the shp eand she'lived l. All Wk m WhQ :a ; on gote fH .L is w Pbesoal
pretty much as nhe wanted-three Trade Only In front of Judge Bakdas store in
= me M W = YWrV- 0 5kS o ioalsaday and no hdoard work." Dunnellon to the highest bidder:
"Died-I us e fromovereating. You W lAS 0muD 2 .-.!__ .__n. S_,


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at and Mandrke rootflodu
ictad aud p wred bythe ani

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ace, it is well to iwure their he.M
If your dnrgist dolt happel tou
e stamps to Dr. R. V. Ppece, InvaHds' H i
nd a large bax of the All- Healing Slve"

a M ntrum, as a substitute for th is d
t en th h the urgent dealer may
igh he offers te substitute for a le p
your health. Go where they give you what -

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Carnegle HaB and third me's deWemitafry now oamhps "a* i
Shts, steam and furnace heat: laIre faculty; perfect be' i b
Im; fine gymainaumn athletic Sale. utbeastla Waa IM u a
aeball, footbaR and basketban toms ebam m ei er. s t-
early a quarter of a mlliom dollars i at; ae
holusWalps avanable; ChMritan but uioaemidiatseialt; st--o t.
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stitution of the First Rank, aup-
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gh Curses Leading to Degree
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