Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID03291
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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R 6958A a. Q. AVER DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
N & A M the diseased portion of the ear.
l There Is only one way to cure deaf- -- I
Tame'*s Enftrpis Even.g Paper tes. fns s In caused byona Made a Mistake Looking at his Watch
46 W d n11 W&M nSnd Aeft to Select Route to Inflamed condition of the mucous lin- that Cost at Least One Life and In dee-ag withfe is thet aytichr ye -y ye -* a
A' Ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
0Ua9 NIAMIDA Jacksonville and Return the tbe Is Inflamed you have a Possibly Five Quality.. It is er lateties that eey nullei gsta en
Swh t entire closed deaf Springeld. Ill.. Oct. 7,-One pas- a*



5engir wC kille aCLT White RKe CanSAd
(CJ s lThm s is th ) Moa iH s the resl. a nd Unles theCI3- ,or at
a Jabet his and t rn aTof he n Estach outbiandthis ive ienrsons wTre Ihed. e oh




-LteF. BLALOCTms tu.behdn im'.edr'y w"il ae aPsyQ"' alyaly Itis furtall.ti that eoly eanet ehA




lered tor Tme race on Norowmbr 4. t IaoCURAGE D BY DISEASE noruma lnlured. Iped lato town. TObe tweeACH, RHUBARa CAULIFLOWsei tUCCoTA
Thea S~ will start from te Time h of r Dnguncan sa hls own betch wa be- dsry ASPAeAdU$ 79n GRATED AND forCev PrA;
Ing. at 10:30 o'clock. W. W. elemw of on Peterbur Shot 1at repaired and he ha uing an- dl-, PEACHES, APRICOT% SHRMP, SALMON, LOaTd
rm blkso I w \ r nding son or'f im pe H oec heaing rn, Ifict thh a ANy MANY OThRag t u es-p "
4-" a h s ad itIsenireyloeddnafn capinsl d out O ct Iten pr aau-







(t a m pa Tl oi m e s O t. o6n) a t th e r e s u l t ta d sin i es s t h e s e h e h a d tia ot. m i n u t, p a y e tTs
ammalon caaan b te rakeoou o a pdath ts ivap rs ohs wer Inure f r robb This fall we expect to have a more co- plete d t ock thad ev
flrll fU. tUK tC ~Washaington, the official representa- e s- oMARKET REPOn t at c
tive of the Tampa Auto Club; T. with Althougich s not bed-ridden. Mrbut Cole- addin to our tock of good thinn to et. and a It
S9 Ut 10sa 11. Henderson of the Tampa Hlaness m n dn e the Illinois Central, at Parnel, threo et o ve a
*Wagon company; B. Marion Reed. faes. Igv OeHnre olr milesotofFrCiy








Smut ,smean more than this: After the of about ixty-flive years oldd ad l $2la 5 36lhe so.u ofu Fr oty R.o
SlO T M O fA, FLlal routatve ofis designated there. on its no been married for forty yde rs. He 24by s h1.e wc o4e 30os a1.75 s r2.40
OCLA, FORIDAitial pathninding tour from Tampa to Hal' Catarh Cure. Bend for cir- ning at a high rate of speed Wi e Rse Cn i e








Mk relies Oala dobt utwha th cont com csatareb)sd t at cannot bhre cured- by curve whl th totrin1er0rn
jg.____________ defasonie mar the coute tho bel cuanr. fBree. F. J. Cheney & Col. To- Four of the coaches of the special Ar one T








$23* Eag e de fiwh i thelyh mar ko ut thses rout eg to m ae andt sm sh d It wasm a of thisoc be- S .0 6.0
used between this city and North left, Ohio. Sold by druggists. wreasedIt who the beet :
- t I .* to aly t he lare nume of uono- aeHal Fmith ly Pillts for consti-t fr th e t wozr ofd rtheni
L F. BLALOCK testats for th e Times' trophy cup en thi H- Duncan of the spcalthe Pa himself s- T S SIAHnd kinR CL SUC'f

















ci J -- -t~y and Jacksonvillle on a schedule ago. e e.a-rload$6 *e c12.*e
tered for the race railroad train will SCOURAGED BY DISEASE riously Injured lisnd into town.
The car will start from the Times of Duncan says his own watb Was be- US, ASP U S R
Sflee at 10:r0 o'clock. OW. Dnnellon Fla.,of St Petersburg Shtt 1909-I Ping reappleai: Red and Spanish 24'as U 1.50sing an- RS PE

















k * V rt^ Ai "1 ..-.. .,_ have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. (2.25; 30's (1.25 @ (2; 36's (1 Q BUCC^M80s TO CLARK *ROS.
Several routes between this city ROOMSpANDdMANYrOTHERS.o::wt:OM:
Sf anced Jacksonville will be tried out and Nl i masi te Her ot h rapefruit: c la. per box (3 w a5.
Brtow Wnter Hav K mme a gente cure for kidney, bladder and Phie same position as on
Phu in ~the very best route selected. This car PtbrO. reintohhis own, and when he lokdat It heWfIE S E P SU TS U TTlEI I
Swill perform the most Important m rhes- man, f troubles. Geo. Ohnmact thought head ie m e
a m: a..1 to5 p.a sion for good roads* that has been un- this city, an O day's treatmendent oIn each Pito run Int Fla rm crate 5 whereas


















^R ^ 'The return trp from Jacksonville will -$ 2.50. fT T^C TT I. ir i ** y*
S.__ dertaken in Florid a and thousands water plant. committed suicide yes he had but one minute.
burg Dade Cawaity the reer, Planort of Captain terday bysLVE TEA Oranges: Calif. Valencas fancy. the*
Washington. the official representa- head. ThisE falwRepcEtPae oeCopee tcitaSw
tive o f e ad Chldr Tampa. These Tampa Arouteso Club with Although nothave been se ed-ridden.325 4; poor to ordinary 2 2.50
ChIL 3. ULBIT, interest. Upon this decision will rest tmean tadneye masufeer and som New York customers t eetsmtigt aefeacag.W r
o --- IsIteted for the initiy smal round trip, abut t e ni e Primary School St Louis LOBTTO, (Near Mandar) FLORIDA.
S- Hoer Bl means that hundreds of automobile as supaose4 thaNext despondency caused byay Pineapples: Cuba. 24's 32 do2en:


















^B MMAM NO. USS. tained along the route as to the con- ma schoo building n next -"sat. Oranges: Callf. Valencla late (aue- Roys from 8 to 14 year Received. Carefully Trained along Physical, latel-H
OCASW A. FUrU IA N A D and tourists will make their way to his knowledge of his bad health 30's $175 .50; 36's $1.0 n oa ae eyoan Ife la
Tampa over the official route. It caused him to take his life. He was Cuba 24's 11.75 0 12.35: uo's 11.75 a so. will d cour oo lse youGive us atl SaI
means more than this: After the of about ixty-five years old and had $225 36s I10 0 $1.735: Porto 100 R ecreaticoon oona
A.. 154MbB Flor The unros ~ficiel moute Is designated there is no been married for forty years. He 2' 17 t5 0s$.5@$.0
mbli a uildi. Oc doubt but what the county commit- teachers, thbesides a widowrtunty of three tn Apply for Prospect25 to the SISTER SUP IO.2.10.
SP lu .soners of the various counties thru ren-Mrs. Berry of theOcala. Harry Cole- Oranges: Calif Valenoas (auction)


















Te *ICeI I Itral National Bank, Which tlemae and ladles, andl t. provid.- Pineari.les: 18's (3.s W 0: 24's (3 St. Joseph'sl Academy Isretto, Iloridal
B^ M Predent Taft and Speaker* Cam- naeans with which to purchase souit. $13.40. 30's $6 .50 U7i; 368 (2










^H - __Established mary school. Ant Interest.-d In the Ornines: 1'alenctaa pe lth 12.75 fi -- - -*
O I -w W22: Reems which t the road passes will begin to man and W. C. Colely invited to b1 13.50.
Improve this special highway and that He was a good citizen and closely Grapefruit: Calif (auction) $1.50
O ou to 13 a. a.; 3m ina arod ov w t a identi ed with the affairs of the city. 4.3: Fa. as to size and ripMrenessn2rm. n










"ag gily t-e Ice wtoeh 1 meti. so rap- cates was necessary to supply suffici- Le, of |t In Ofala, But Daily Grows M T Mr. W. J. Crosby and Mr. J. B.
P. y wl note that there ses to ent currency make Its way between this He built the Paxton hotel some yto Ocala last that the 1 who arr a
S _________________________city and Jacksonville on a schedule ago. per carload 160 ft $125.
Shi t that the center la what fers wthat overflowing with gold. Thursday and were present at the






















Ig ea -li4 "hntew -c, whi.ch, blng por. Enremost among the various pro- T~he kidneys cryl forhhelphoebd Or.dSay epe ser meath like a yoans corner ston. laying of the Temple 3pr aofI tb ligh;w
,*4 ^SLews ,t to melt quky.ct! rtha~tiha e bee"headvane as ta so dian loreonl structed.dyNd d T o whamer Alod Health Miss lla Martin our popular result.D
pe .Return Through Ocala Dunnellon, Pla.. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I Pineapples: Red Spanish 24rs $1.50
On lavig te cty he ar illn..have sold Hair's Tenas Wonder of St. Q1 12.25; 30's 11.25 @ S2: 36' $1 0SUC.SnT CLR BO.
problem m t ands ity the to wlelndr Louis, Mo., for six years. Every ot- teacher, went over to Island r






















^B\' U S U ICnational bank* blood. UfA~ya Ifnimi Grovea WM^c ..priday. _
As It o the Cannon belief that It When they fall the blood become. It s Grapefruit: a. per box $ 5.
-Bartow, Winter Haven, Kissimmee, a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and Piaepi
basalPreses Cus Mae in Orlando, Sanford, DeLand, Daytona,rhuai tobls(eoOh aht
emewiN ig Plu ca311110 rf~lf St. Augustine and on to Jacksonville. Mrheuantic 60oday's. treaten ineach. Pineapples: F'la. per crate 11.75 k?
Sa wh te out f a clear will form the basis of the curative fould$2.50.onous e ch Miss Byrd Wartmann went down to e M u r e & (
be made via Gainesville, Ocala. Inse- btl.Grapefruit: Fla. 14 0 $5. -
Spe tt a U ton Obsti to make ibur Dlation to be reommended bCity the There can be no health where there Cf $a4l;p tr l nwh$e she w20
mmof Wen ed Children Tamonep These routes havend been se -325 bdlood._f r o i
~~~lected for the Initial round trip, but For the OSmelt of the Primary School St Louis LORUTTO Na'Mnai)FOIA
OUkwt Booms 3-22 Holder Building are, however, subject to change, as a Next Saturday. Pineapples: Cuban In five dozen Badn colfrBy odce yteSseso t oeh on
Om"eare, N bo. e 333ceo. U.getadedalong thestroute as l tote con- A Silver Tea will be given at the barrelIs per dozen .75 9 .90. origSholfrBy
di8N946 o Ltione alnd the beste and moath prc-n pimary school building on next Sat- Oranges: Calif. Valencia late (auc- Boys from 9 to 14 years Receivd aeul rie aogPyiaItl
-' OCALA. FLORIDAticab rand from betownd toston urday Pr eno rmfu ohl to)ie o 14 ~o lecttual, Moral and Social ImeHatyLoain*anfietSimn
A FINANCIA GBRALTAR gdve athe ighand prio mary schoolf Cooanut Per bo 1.000 $35:pr.04RcetinR.t.


l sI moot economical ice dent Taft who in his recent Boston Backache is one of the first Indica- tritaor et el o Wl .l Miss Pansy Souter is expected here
tf.o a. Ask the man on the Red speech, signified his own favorable tons of kidney trouble ... *_ * Friday to reorganize her music class.
W: a to to and see yo. disposition towards the project, it is It Is the kidneys' cry for help. Heed "b. akhes et Dr. F P_ ilo Miss Souter spent the summer in
m timely to disclose to the public what t. n Kidney Pills are what is l ateor do ea rs r oS New York taking post graduate
is believed to be in the minds of the wanted. women known this medicare to be-de- mual lessons.
SFLI BA PA KIE S president and the eighteen members Are just what overworked kidneys ga isgreadga every oe- of which has the Mr. W. A. Redditt went down to KuE m
P K 0 I& of the monetary commission when need. str st possible ladorukss nt of the leading Ocala Saturday.
M they refer to the actual cost. They strengthen and invigorate the ad standard authorites of the several Mr E. T. Dunbar, an engineer of
ME N PA Y "'A bank of the people and for the kidneys; help them to do their work; baoofot ics.m a,-erectlyltasnd High Springs. was in town last r-
people' Is the definition of this in- never fall to cure any case of kidney In fact. are only too glad to print the y da day.
?kmE--- m1blm gstitution made by George H. Rey- disease. ,foramas. or litUls Julia E. Tillan o- wklar
m nolds, president of the American Y. Smith. living at. 120 Alachua comp Julia EE. TIU.man, ouro CARRIES A
H .. Bankers- o wife was troubled for some time with Monday. aOA M
S........... speech. He pointed out that the peo- severe headache. She also complained *T *m.. a *Dr .. *s.a Mrs. E. T. Campbell is visiting at p i I l
Pi .. ..e were to be the stockholders, for of a dull pain in her back, and was .he f nuar M mDt. P ie cael' Crystal River this week. s vt a
any one would be privileged to buy nervous and weak. I thought that her so', will --- -- ca----- e Csl i this .
S. m. L mAISFOES the bank stock Just as he might a kidneys were the cause of her trou- of meica epr, for It ,.n Miss Adelaide Gammon, avery-atlEU-BER
L LAU NSF8 government bond. bt and procured a box of D n's ScooL arcoic harmful or hat-orming tractive young lady from Jackson-
A small n terest on such an nvest- Kidney Pills for her. She received drue w enters Itto It that s ao ville, is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Ray OF
S I ment A smalwould be guaranteret on u an nvthe such great benefit from the use of the hihly recommended by the mos advanced this week.
ment : e - arns ore tha first box of this remedy that I oh- and lodiss medic oalcheis Mad athori Misses Louise and Ethel Borland
Government; and earning more than taed another supply. When this itkS of thae sevel schools of ractis left Tuesday for Winter Park to re-
& s sufficient to pay the guaranteed in- was used the pains ceased, and she is These aathritties m ..m.d the- aume their studies at Rollins College. R i
Work Guarlateed terest would be shared by the govern- now no longer troubled with head- K D R. P- e B for Me Miss Louise will take an extra course
lmsent and the stockholders. ..aches. It required but two boxes of cur of ext the ssi f ol r N Mrs. Frank McDonough of Miami, AND
AOG T POE Political control of the great bank Dean's Kidney Pills to entirely cure worl is visiting her uncle and aunt, Capt
im A would be made extremely difficult by her." N and Mrs. J. W. Ray.
the life appoltment of the officers. Plenty more proof Ioke this from *. .. *we l.. ..........inMcod of eer wasENIi
a O e itegrirty ot operation would be assur- drug s 'e d askwhat thitr custo- us chprofelonaieldomematDr.Plernrets in town Monday on his way to Ocala.US F RN VIII
Sed by a board of supervisors, ap- ers report. fotePbas r i ntbeun Mr. Alex Liles of Lockhart, was in
*p.......s....... pointed by the president, the secretary For sale by all dealers. Price 50 efe uo----d,,a os et of I h Citra Sunday and went to Irvine the
m of the treasurer and the controller of cents. Poster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo several ncrdtsbym resofleadingmdl- following day. The S mH b Vita
the currency. subject to the approval New Tork sole agents for the Unitee all sools at ice i Miss Adelaide Harrison, our pretty
of the senate, for alternate terms of States. moc an aMsmm wortl s aand accomm odating postmistress, wash S am
at least eight years to bridge over Remember the name-Doan'- -and ?a vst to the count seat Monda m. g .
suitable political mutations. take no other. where she went to hare some dent iout set
It is not Intended that the central A booklet of i 1n 1 wit w h e h win t o hv
l f.o_ Isseu m 11a,,a bank should support the credit of the AMERICA AGAIN AHEAD i torstlfltlsld m b the Mr. ao ond fts. R. J. Steele of Bran- w t Po W .
i n auaulinll DUIULI nation. If the national government thu Ied m aldjw to a his ..nt fordM are here visiting, of. Ste
|ceyn ras I mustontinue mb Edward Mix of Won the Gord man" o n ford are here visiting o.r t :e:-
row money by sale of bonds. Bennett Cup in the International V w a T. ber visited Mrs. Jack Williams herW W
St SSUh The single purpose of th bank Balloon Race ---a-ui-.-- las Iit week. .iJi, W eq S -
would be to safeguard the Awlness Zurich. Oct 7.-The international laMrs. eeHampton Pettis came down
Interests of the people in their pri- balloon race for the Gordon Bennett from Jacksonville last Friday
SS 6NE T IN TH WOlUrr vate relations. If there were need for cup was won by Edward W. Mix. the P. .LLI-PS Mr. M. A. Rice is back. He arrived
more money for business purposes, American aeronaut, of Columbus. 0.. riday and is looking fine.
D O the bank would supply it by notes who will take the cup back to the Cno*acto Bd e F Rev. an M. Williams hasf e
U1.. m LODZDA CONwN. and if there were a plethora. in dull United States R vm q llilton here he attended
ee--d at, nt. PlanandmSp ecia,..td woh be ,wMix landed north of Warsaw. In Plans a. d Spe, ons r l ,bed tihe Epworth League conference at
drawn rapidly. Russian Poland. at 3 o'clock Tuesday that pl.ace.
m. m m Governmental assistance to the in- morning. He won. with plenty of Upon uM There will be an educational meet- -_
stitutlon would be limited to the de- time to spare, from Alfred Leblan t Third St.. Ing at the high school building Mon-
posit with the central bank of gov- French pilot, who won ths champion- day afternoon at 3 o'clock. It s very J
Sm ernment funds now in national banks. ship in the St. Louis race of 1907. and 4 -" Important that all our people who are
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSAV, OCTOBER 7, 1M


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1-n tt ae- tealn,
We had a vey plea at ma thiMs
me a, ve the e peeed
s a u d se and aM ate ~ the Un t-
"e 3sateas soma Cnd LlSot e
Is sombl a ear lo t.M seaf, t tr1b-
oat No Uteraw e, mt a ing the e
leMm a wt %b be is males the
awm. The amt page estams e-m
mEat m- ans ofe the t esdite and
the WO: AA omen to the dem-
eal e pople of the stam of Pcerlds
irn Ca e oUn ge, sdoMtoia ftor
U i atmm ines e pre la the primar-
se ad ta s eaNE iern d raised la
Sum, sta"ed isn reda, Dllsn
Ia the pumw s rt rune, the peo-
mdws Aft to rule the pa ph w de-
Ima nati to irles1." The pamP
aiaaas amm ood,. wBouleomm ea ed-
e s is presntd Iw thla i mita-
bet asle fae wh leth ls Me -t of
eiM Is noted. Mr. II e i arsk.
ae n porel wmal Impn and preat-
- has plateerm as priad to the
wvot. So to r he eb" vis ted 7 eooun-
M1 n Ma wil take sN the balnee,
when he will get hids sut which the
hlh water over the sto prevented
Mm Using befor'and make the trip
ever aga n, talking tx matn es at
seeb tepw Ines securing In each
omeaty r district f oreo e to rve
vh*tor distribute of bhis platwoerm
i mtt is to n see the vter ond ask
SMm e N s mat so anofectve esam-
palg. Me e In from Duasellon
aInt sbt, from where he visited all
the minin s attlements In that see-
atm. ae wM spend the day IN Oeals,
milma pwneml ea mas. His labors
Z ea a e Impresio. He
U Z`= only road to success
aong any line at proeu re Isto set
et and hostle ealy and late,
The high school building n proving
adequate ror their papis that are de-
maal admittance. At present there
ae 24 pupils without seats and Mr.
AmdmN iad Mr. Bullock appeared
bas the ooety board sd request-
Sthat the hd eard supply o ne-trd of
the Inmey and the city the other to
Iemeve a partition wall n the west
d o the second story of the east
le now used for a reitation room,
o Nm e seem for the puphs. The 5th
~M th a rdes have had such ano n-
m tat they, too. are crowded. The
_muu I athis: the Oaae project is
"W komekpd by being is debt
S th avenue rem tsanMstion is in-
Hdeqmat to -meet of rnerls desmans.
The uMalnery oepeI g yesterday
St ay at the Gee. A. Nash store
was a stmaer and a summer. When
we nedf Sor points the bread winner
had agen to am sd the two M-r
-low er W so bNsy tryingon and
naoS htM we had to msty ourmot
by Meig aread notingmes that an the
Imm~t euors 0n the rainbow were
pusemntd iN the female md gar
in ~i minedol up with a& the shade
4t r o0 puEa, braMds feathers,
spo s age., that it set our miad in
a whirl and we beaut a buhsty retreat.
remarkn I8t was the limit ad now It
was ftr the fair s to so up against
It am 40 the ..ay a hat
fte asvsrWeof

Duaelloa arraglag a fe stock of
guood to be used as a part of the sale
et the Glbe s now immean fall stock.
Theme y men took a full page in

ef the foodsr

Tkme a caromons of no mean
liety. Ia his paper of the 5th hae one
emnt "noeourag Home Indu-
tries." The cartoon represents an
aged etisen with a struggling youth
ever Ma kane. The youth is labeled
-Seme Wlntor," mad the aged permsn,
'C-ty Ornell" In Ms uplifted hand
the aged gentleman helds a paddle,
me the words U Pter occu-

rest was ininteilgtfbe. Now what we


dmirn to know i what did Cartoonistd
liamb att-t to delineate or por-
try. so ftr am we know there Ia no
-m among the newspaper frater-
ay in Oae e or samon Its printers.
W deBtr Sraub please explain.
Mr. Chart M Brown. n Jr., formerly
o Omao hbei and who resided In this
aty nmt ve yea ao. wao In Ocala
y eay and today fr the first time
soee 1 m vn to MImL. Charle, as
d ef theo dlder rodents know him. tis
ltoM well and bas the same glad
sm -an hearty Muh. He is travel-
SGwosrgia aMd Forda for haM a
dma fIdrnitur houses and In future
Wo viot Oca k every three months.
The SBtr hears with sainere regret
at the blatw of the firm of Water-
man & Hall, elothiers, In Galnesve,.
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Mr. 0. agle, of Jkseviile, ha
nI Med in the ity and will assume
geet the A.L R. arper plao
stoe Mr. agle is a k ae A saleman
ade an mast plne tuner. Mrs. .
enum with h habband and they ex-
pt to make Oela their heme.
Attwrmy et, who has been com-
Bie toe bM rMum or a week with
~eshm lbawma Insb Ms emerea d
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WILBUR JOHNSON
Master Wslr season w tashem
saek with e aom oa of the brain .m-
day and died Tuesday nigt. All ef-
forts to aave the boys IN*o were un-
avalilng. He was the ao eof Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Jobasom. The funeral mer-
vices won held yesterday afternmmo
tr1m the North Main street home of
the family, the funeral being oo-
deted by smith & Roberts. Inter-
met n Greenwod Annex cemetery.
Rev. Barett, peSr of the
I Methodist ehurch, of teltd. The
pail bearers were Mesrs J. N. Tolsr.
A. VW. Brdes R. I Marsh. Tom
Dekle, Wll Mariow and Will Barco.
In the deep bereavement that has
come to darken the home of the par-.
ents, the Star extend sympathy.
The remains of Mrs. A. B. Easley of
DeLeens pri gs were brought to Ocala
thi afternoon for Ilterment In the
cemetery by the side of the baby of
her sister. Mrs. FPxworth of Lake-
land. Mrs. Easley is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bamupl Cleveland.
U. D. C. MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Dicklesoa Chapter, U. D. C. will be
beld Friday afternoon at 2S oelof. at
the residence of Mrs. J. R. Moorbead.
A full attendance is requested, as
there is business of Importance to
come up before the chapter.
Mrs. A. A. Winter, Sec'y.
AUTOMOWLE FOR SALE
A 22-horsepower Buick touring car.
entirely renewed to all Its wearing
parts, newly painted and In ine shape.
for sale cheap. Apply at the Star of-
flce.
SWEPT OVER NIAGARA
This terle calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's warnin -growing
ripples and taster current. Nature's
warnings are kind. The dull pain or
ache In the back warns you the kid-
neys need attention If you would es-
cape fatal maladles-dropsy, diabetes
or Bright's disease. Take Electric
Bitters at once and see bachkache fly
and all your best feelings return. "Af-
ter leng offering from week kidneys
and lame back, one $1 bottle wholly
cured me," writes J. LR. lskemnsblp
of Balk, Tea. Only 66c. a bottle at aM
druggists.
Most women are troubled with kid-
ney complaint, and you know very
many serious and even fatal diseases
result from these neglected kidney
troubles. If you will take DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed.
you may be confident of good results.
Try them and see how really good
they are. Beware of l!mtetIm. plUM
that are Iftended to deceive yo. Be
sure you get DeWitt's. Sold by all
druggists.
HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
ling done. Apply to J. T. Immaomn at
ToNmpkn a Cobwes tables.
all colds are quickly cured by Fb-
ley's Honey and Tar. the great throat
and lung remedy. The genuine con-
talns no harmful drugs. Sold by all
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A Narrow Eassea for the Twoe Wg
Lmwber Plntem
A telephone message was sent In to
the Ocala Fire Department at 10:30
o'clock this morning trom Zuber ask-
iag the chief to send help out as quick
as poeMble. that the big mill was on
Are. Chief Hamp Chambers. Messrs.
Bd Bennett, J. M. Medert. Louis Lang,
Will Jefcoat and several others went
out In several automobiles with the
are extlngulsbers and made a quick
run, opening their machines up after
.getting outside of the city limits.
Whel they arrived at the fire. which
was In the roof of the shingle-covered
shed over the planing mill department
of the Marion LAmber company's
plant, the 200 men employed at the
two mills had the fire practically out.
The fire had burned the roof almost
off the shed. There was plenty of
water and buckets and although the
water pressure through the hose from
the tank was insufficient, the bucket
brigade did the work. The hose had
sprung a leak and It was cut, the end
being placed in a hole, from which the
men could readily dip up buckets of
water.
The plant. planing mills, dry kilns.
etc, of the Marion Lumber Co. are
located far enough from the Sumner
Lumber company's plant that the last
mentioned would have been saved, ev-
en In the event of the total loss of the
former, which was on fire. unless there
had been a very heavy wind blowing
directly towards the Sumner plant.
The friends of the two companies in
Ocala are exceedingly glad that the
property was saved. The total loss
will not exceed 112.
GRAND EDUCATIONAL RALLY
To all Citizens. Officials. Patrons
and Taxpayers: The state education-
al campaign committee has arranged
for three meetings In Marion county.
Several distinguished speakers wilt
address and confer with the people
on various features of educational
work and Interest. The meetings are
scheduled to be held at Citra on next
Monday afternoon or night, at Ocala
In the courthouse on Tuesday fore-
noon at 10 a'clock and at Dunnellon
on Tuesday night. It Is earnestly de-
sired that these meetings be attend-
ed by every person feeling any Inter-
est whatever in the educational up-
lift of our county. The list of speak-
er* will Include some of the most
eminent educators in the Southern
states. The county board of public
Instruction has made an appropria-
tion to defray the expenses of the
speakers In Marion county and Is
hoping for very beneficial results.
Very truly yours.
J. H. Brinson, Supt.
HOSPITAL REPORT FOR
MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
Sept 1st there were 10 patients in
the hospital. During the month 21
patients were admitted. Patients
treated. Deaths, 2 Discharged 24.
Sept. 20th there are five patients now
being cared for.
The following donations were made
during the month: Cut flowers, Mr.
Wolf; Jelly and oranges, Mr. P. L.
Durlsoe; two quarts ice cream, Mrs.
Edwards. graduate nurse; buttermilk.
Mrs. Brinson: electric lights, city;
50 pounds Ice daily. Ocala Ice & Pack-
SIng Co.. 25 pounds Ice daily, Florida
Packing & Ice Co.; Evening Star, two
copies of paper dally; Ocala lBanner,
two copies of paper daily.
I. B. McMeekin, Head Nurse.
UP BEFORE THE BAR
N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts-
field. Va., writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New LIte Pills for years and
find them such good family medicine
we wouldn't be without them." For
chills, constipation, biliousness or
sick headache they work wonders. 25c.
at all druggists.
YOUNG MEN WANTED
Government Pays from P00 to *1im
a Year, No Lay-Offe-Free
Seholarshipe are Offered
Railway mall clerks, postoffice
clerks, city carriers, rural mall cear-
riers wanted.
Examinations In the vicinity of
Ocala soon. Short hours, salary twice
monthly, annual vacation and life po-
sition.
Thousands of appointments are to
be made. Common education is all
you need; city and country people
have equal chance and political in-


fluence Is unnecessary. Free scholar-
ships during October and November.
No time to lose. Write to Central
Schools, Dept. 1006, Rochester. N. Y.
01'D RATHER DIE, DOCTOR, ,
than have my feet cut off," said M. L.
Bingham, of Princevllle. Ill. "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) If you don't."
said all doctors. Instead he used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cures of ecema, fever
sores, boils, burns and piles astound
the world. 25c. at all druggists.
Messrs. Partm.ie & Halsell are
prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of furniture, also upholstering. All
work will be first class and the prices
exceptionally reasonable. Mr. Auger-
stein, the portrait artist, has made his
headquarters with these gentlemen
for his stay In Ocala. His genuine
oil portraits can be had for about the
same price that the average picture
man sells his photos. Give us a trial.
No. 10 Port King avenue.


If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble realize their dan-
ger they would without loss of time
commence taking Poley's Kidney
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Men and Boys.
Our clothing department offers exeptioal dantages this moeOn
The selections have been carefully made, the styles are eaect, the ftmbrte
the best and only skilled worked were employed to the Emakn W6
have different grae. the prices govemnw g the quality, strictly, and or
guarantee accompanies each parebase.
Men's and Boy's Saits In the different stylish fabric and cut. Ba5p
SButs, extra Pants, In both knickarbcher and stmaig tremaseI. Boy
Blouses and Waists.
Our lie of Stetson and Knox Hats for m are styllh and unexcelled


In looks and wearing qualities
and young men.


A splendid li of hats and caps for boy


We have never carried a prettier tne of naetwear tMan we are show-
ing this fall with an of the latest effeeta to suit any taste.
The line of dress and working shirts tr al clales, both men and
boys, is a very complete one, and from which you can make any sele*
tion desired. With this line we have Colars and sa in all the styles.
In Hosiery we have a very strOg line, several priced and any style of
goods. We ask you to try our warManted line of "No Tair" Hoslery.
In Underwear you will fnd Just what you want of. new seamonable
goods.
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 coats, etc.
Come in and let us fit you out. We have everything you will need,
from head to foot.


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We take this method of thanking
the public through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage U R
that has been extended us through / ___
the past season in our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
ole bouor cathanHave Your Lawn Mower Sharpened by the Ver
Buick factory could produce. We -
are Just In receipt of letters giving atest M h
us a slight inkling of our 1910 pro- M-
duct, assuring as of the fact that-
there will be no question I the f We h just received one of the f o
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de- Lawn Mower Grinders, a machine espaMly 'B
livery the first of November, and.. .-.L
we have the assurance that If we for the O m0 of l"lr dilg LaWn wM
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17 doe th war perfectly. If you wvl fa r
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be increased 20 per cent. yoU patroDage, wew guan toe g-9M b-
We will also have a model known "..
as No. 1, practically the same as M M o Bbettr1 er 0 0th go h day yem
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller m.a.'
car, and will sell for about $1400 it, ItwiWllU b e s harp,50 O UTKA P I
complete, and we think this model oyd"111111011 "1 t 11 -1
will old the rest of them for quite olId style way, which I UsU Uly dWe y u.
Srunabout, 2-yllder, opposed ed workmau with a ull or an-
motor in front, under the board, _"__,X___
cone clutch In By wheel, selective
type transmission and double chain :n
drive, 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want N49tlmU Y WMu -W 0
to say to the public that so far as
pulling through sand Is concerned, If t In ,I W Nowy aot ap
this car has no equal. Thanking our .
friends for past favors, we are i it mt 80 m edy tW t w
Very respectfully,
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS, i^
Per J. H. Spencer.
Mr. J. S. McDonald. formerly of ,A
Shell Pond, Levy county, but now a .
resident of Williston. was in Ocala -N
thls morning on his way to South , ,
Florida to inspect that portion of the
state.
Mr. Bolton, one of Sumter county's --
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening. foremost citizens and the only axe Y
---___ Hhandle manufacturer In his county, '/
was in town yesterday, deeply inter-
Is for old Sumtervllle first, last and
all the time. Says it is the logical
place, because it is central located
and convenient for all and is therefore
a booster for the new $25.006 court
house at that place.

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ROLLINS COLLEGE
FLORIDA'S OLD EST COLLEGE
4M .lGE, ACADEMY AND SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, EXPRESSION,
PINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND
USINhtSS.
legle Ball and third meo*a dormitory now completed; electric
ght% asteam and furnace beat; large faculty; perfect health condi-
s; ee gymnasium, athletic elds. boating, tennis courts, golf links:
beabit, football and basketball teams champions of Floridsa n INS.
Maly a quarter of a million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;
S a.l.arsM. p available; Christian bat undenominational; stands for

CUILWN :-.: CULTURE :.: -U-ml
For Ceataleus Address the Presmident

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Maason meet this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
9ks m.if T'*,'ANy evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Mr. P. J. O'Hara of Jacksonville. Is
a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. Baxter Morrison of Inverness.
is a guest of the Ocala House.
Mrs. Edward Carmichael Is home
from a very pleasant trip to Nebras-
ka.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
SMoles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co..
eneral agents.

Mr. W. T. Adam's. McCorkle's effi-
cient bookkeeper, has been quite sick
for the past few days.
FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W.
Colbert at tax collector's office.
Miss Annie Benton Puller. who has
had fever for the past week. is much
better today.
Tke but p king of paper, liin
elthe finish, 25 cts pe r pound, snd
envlosapes to match at Ocaal News Co.
Prank, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. W. Ditto. has been sick the last
day or two.
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream in 25c.
and 60c. Jars at the Postofflce Drug-
store.


Mrs. FPrguson of Oldtown, is In the
city. the guest bf her daughter, Mrs.
B. A. Weathers.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well located In first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
The latest copyright books and the
net general line of books ever shown
in this city at the Ocala News Co.
Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
Pharmacy.
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. 5c. 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.
Fire Chief Chambers has purchased
Mr. P. J. Theus' premium bull dog,
and will teach him to help put out
fires.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fausett are re-
joicing over the arrival of another
pretty daughter at their pleasant
home west of town.
We have a few boxes of exception-
ally fine writing paper. Drop In and
take a look at them. The Postofflce
Drugstore.-^


Charlie Woods
this afternoon to
on the Advocate
Brabham. who is


went to Dunnellon
assist Mr. Heckard
in place of Charlie
ill.


AM of the kigh chaeel books and sup-
pies are new in. You can get the
higk shee books only at the Ocala
News Co.

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Helvenston left
Tuesday night for Sarasota. where
they will spend the coming ten days,
faihlng.
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed
pure and fragrant. The Court Phar-
macy. ,

Mrs. E. I. Carney has gone to the
bedside of her father, Dr. Wilson. who
is alarmingly ill at the home of his
daughter in Savannah. Ga.

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

Miss Mattle Williams, who has
spent the past two months recuprat-
Ing In the mountains of North Caro-
lina, returned home this afternoon.
greatly benefited by her sojourn.

FOR SALE-My home in first ward.
Will sell cheap if sold at onee. Call
or address No. 151 North Second
street, east.

Mrs. A. R. Toph and son. Raymond.
came in last night from Jacksonville
and will remain for the winter with
Dr. Toph at the Montezuma. Little
Raymond has not been to Ocala be-
fore in three years. having been in
school at Mardarin most of the time.

BOARDERS WANTeD--Two young
men or couple can obtain first-class
board and room in private family.
Apply "J." care Star.

Miss Josephine Turpin of Americus
Ga.. will arrive In Ocala Friday night
to spend the winter with Miss Paul-
ine Sullivan and her cousin. Mrs. G.
T. Maughs. Miss Turpin visited here
last winter and by her charming per-
sonality made many warm friends who
will be delighted to have her return.


THE PERSONAL ELEMENT
That enters into my practice is a
powerful factor to my success.
I give each patient my per-
sonal attention and take an intense
Interest in every case.
Optics is my constant study; the
relieving of some unusual eye de-
fect my great pleasure.
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 qary


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GUAVAS FOR SALE


Any one wishing choice guavas for
jelly or preserving purposes can ob-
tain same by notifying the Star of-
flee. as a shipment will arrive for one
of the force tomorrow, Tuesday. 11
per crate and express.

"WOODMAR'-FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGYLE COTTAGE-Furnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished; running
water: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.


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FRESH SEEDS
We have In our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydlngs & Co.

THE utST PROicCiION
Not a single 'phone has burned In a
house in Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
fire you need quick action. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates. $6 per quarter In ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

OYSTERS-OYSTERS
The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy-
sters on Saturday.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
For sale, cneap for cash, the black
mare formerly owned by Major IWlar,
Rix-months old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call on C. L. An-
derson, care Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company.

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
A five-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder, chain drive, In first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Tydlngs.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gerlg's Best, 5e. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
S ONCE A FAINT DREAM
BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY
You can positively have your shoes
re-soled and finished off to look like
new. by an electric stitching and fin-
ishing machine. D. W. Goodwin, Shoe-
maker, Ocala, Fla., next door east to
Montesuma Hotel.


Infor action


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Floor. Ev-
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft

winter wheat. Sold ex-
clusively by



TEAPOT

GROCERY


ICE CREAM
And Necktie Seocial at elleview Oc-
tober 14
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will give ano ce cream
and necktie social at the town hall
Thursday night, October 14. Every-
one invited.


This attraction will be at the Ar-
;mory Theater early in November.
PETITION FOR A UNION DEPOT
A petition signed in triplicate by
nearly every business man in Ocala.
will be sent to the Florida Railroad
Commission at Tallahassee and the
heads of construction for both the
Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast
Line railways, praying for a unioM
passenger depot at some central point
In Ocala, and setting forth the needs
of same.
A BIG WEEK'S BUSINESS
The Montezuma Hotel had $4 arri-
vals yesterday and 44 the day before
and for the week ending last night
there were 215 arrivals at the hotel.
How is this for the tall end of the
summer season at an interior hotel
A NEW LIVERY STABLE
Messrs. H. M. and L N. Sherouse
of Reddick, have opened a livery sta-
ble in the old Dement place on Expo-
sition street.

A FUDGE PARTY
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
hold a fudge party tomorrow after-
noon at the hqme of Mrs. Gee. W.
Martin to which all the children are
cordially Invited. Each member and
grown person Is asked to bring a cup
of sugar and a dime. The sugar is to
make the fudge for the children, the
dime to secure a frame for Mrs.
Prances Willard's portrait to be hung
on the walls of the primary school.
The object Is a good one and the Star
trusts it will be a big crowd present.

TO ENTERTAIN FOR MISS DOZIER
Miss Annie Atkinson, who will be
one of the attendants at the McElroy-
Dozier wedding, has Issued the follow-
ing invitations: "Heavy apron show-
ers and light winds from the south-
west are prophesied for Edna Dosler
on Tuesday. October 14th, at twelve
thirty o'clock." Miss Atkinson's guests
will include only the bride and her
attendants.

A NARROW ESCAPE
This morning while Gordon, the lit-
tle three-year-old son of Mr. Hallie
Blitch. manager of the Teapot Groc-
ery, was playing around the heavy Ice
wagon driven by Mr. Peterson, the
mule backed the wagon over the little
chap, the wheel passing over his arm
and leg. and his parents said over his
stomach, though the physician says
he does not think it did. Aside from
some bruises, most strange to relate,
the little fellow is uninjured and will
be as right as a trivet in a day or
two. Mr. Peterson was in the yard
at the time the accident happened.
In this connection the Star would
suggest that parents keep their little
children away from the Ice wagons.
They have a practice of going to them
for the Ice' that comes from the saw,
and an accident of this kind might
happen at any time.

Mr. R. F. Bonifield of Jacksonville.
representing the Oliver Typewriter, Is
in the city and will be here for a few
days. Mr. Bonifleld will make reg-
ular sixty-day trips to Ocala in fu-
ture. Mr. Allan Bridges will assist
him as local agent for this excellent
machine. He is looking for head-
quarters and has In mind Ocala, Pa-
ilatka, Gainesville and Orlando. He
has visited all the towns named but
Orlando and after a visit to the last
mentioned will come to a decision. We
Trust Ocala will be his choice.


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8HADRICK WILL
MAKE YOU SMILE
Shadrick, one of oe mst comical
black-face comedians in the Soh,
will be at the Air Dome stMight with a
full and variegated assortment of dw
latest Jokes and uow hadlick
shook 'em up ome n a long line of
theaters all the way dows from New
York. and has visibly Inreasd the
census of fat men at every stop.
around to thr DomeAr De tonight, see
the pictures and hear Shadrick. Te
combination will make yo get over
being sore about paying last month's
bills.
WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN
aThe Manhattan Theater Co. efed
a phenomenal season at the Air Doimn
last night In a blase of glory by a
magnificent production of "Weoma
Against Woman." to the largest an-
dience pf the season. every available
foot of ground being occupied. The
crowd was estimated at over t2.
paid admissions. Numerous floral o-
ferings were presented to the differ-
ent members upon their first entranc-
es and thunderous receptions that
shook the building were accorded the
favorites, especially Mers. Hamil-
ton, Higley and Parsons and the
Misses Kingdon and Kramer. After
the performance hundreds crowded
over the footlights to shake hands
with the members. Never before has
a stock company taken this city by
storm as have the Manhattansa and
the phenomenal business and ex-
tremely good will were JUstly deserv-
ed as they have taken rank as the
best in the South. After a week's
rest the company leaves for Florida
until the holidays when they return
for an extended run at the Academy.
Manager Parsons stated last night
that the company would return next
summer with a brand new equipment
of scenery and an improved cast.
While we do not doubt Mr. Parsons'
ability as a hustler and manager, still
it would be difficult indeed to Im-
prove the show at it is now. All the
members are boosters for Charleston.
"Here's hoping that they duplicate
their success wherever they go."-
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Mrs. Dorothy Edwards returned
yesterday from Alabama, where she
has been with her father, who has
been critically UL Mrs. Edwards
contemplated joining her daughter,
Mrs. Stringfellow at Colorado Springs
and then taking in the Seattle expo-
sition, but was called to the bedside
of her father.
Mrs. 8. A. Waterman, who has been
with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Hters
at Hobe Sound, since the first of June,
left there today for Gainesville to visit
her son, Mr. Rufus Waterman.
Mrs. L. P. Miller and daughter, Miss
Carrie Miller, have returned, home
from South Carolina. Miss Miller bad
to undergo an operation for appendi-
citis about two months ago. from
which her friends are delighted that
she has fully recovered.
Miss Ballie Spurlin has entered Co-
lumbla College. Lake City, for the
winter. Mrs. J. 0. Spurlin, who ac-
companied her daughter to school, has
returned home.

Mr William Bullock sailed Tuesday
from New York and will arrive home
tomorrow. William is a member of
the graduating class for next spring
and his schoolmates regret that Ill-
ness has kept him from school two
weeks.

Mrs. J. B. Hiers and Master Jack
HIers will arrive In Ocala Sunday to
visit Mrs. Hiers' sister, Mrs. W. V.
Newsom. Mr. Hiers, who has been In
the mercantile business at Hobe
Bound, for several years, has sold his
Interests there and will begin travel-
Ing with headquarters in Jackson-
ville.

Mr. D. W. Davis, on4 of the state's
best known and most successful in-
surance mqen, has returned from a
three week's business and pleasure
trip through the northeast. Mr. Da-
vis was honored by the Southeastern
Tariff Association by being named to
represent the Insurance men of Flor-
ida as delegate to the meeting of the
association held in Atlantic City. Mr.
Davis also visited New York, Wash-
ington, Philadelphia and other cities
of interest, and had a most pleasant
tri pand a very profitable one finan-
cially.
O- A
Mr. W. T. Smith from Georgia, was
in town today. Mr. Smith expects to
make his home In this city. He is an
experienced groceryman and wants a
position In that line.

Mrs. R. A. Burford returned yes-
terday from a visit to her son In New
York harbor. She attended the big
Hudson-Fulton celebration and spent
a few days with her friend, Mrs. C. E.
Abson at New Rochelle.
FOR RENT-Barn and stables, first
block north of hospital. Apply to J.
H. Brooks, No. 19 North Second
street. Ocala. .



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To your bride-to-be--er ta s ,
you're going to try to WM i ja
sumest that you ouul't gibk a tI-
ter establishment whereat to -as,
the pubgamt han tuI
If you haven't made up your ia
Just what the gift is to be-our sts
will prove tmcelt a asa temspame
-tt you hav- e prove agi-.
ively that this is 'the place in bay.
A. IL URNEOT, OCALA, FPLA. .


ELECTRIC LIGHT
FIXTURE FOR SALE
An elegat electric lght ,m
cost $35 wi sell for a sma o
of its cost. Is in fine consitm. Ap
ply to Star office.

County Commissomr W. & Co
of Citra, purchased three 10e gmiu
Tuesday from Mears. Tumpafim &
Cobb to assist nl work mthe e agp,
groves nader his eeharwe. Mr. Canag
Is not only a splendid p bMI e* eta.
but a successful businsam. maio t
high staadlng.
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FISH AND OVYTEMR
Presh salt ad fresh water ask -
side and outsi d.oysters, sthIpa, ed.,
received every day. Temporary Io-
cation south of west end of t h edw -
market belUdimg / ia ma we ed
building. William Tucker. Pha1 6 Sf.
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young mua, wagg.g. aames.
meats are nl edge. If yu wat pym
to soon be made don't -Um to taU ar
a beo of Belle Maed1d duee m -
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had oaly at the Court P ~Iam--.

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HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
Card Signs Deaiged and Made. Paperhanging a Spec-
ialty. New Mirrors Made and Old Onee Resilvered, Glase
losing, Gilding, Graini g, Kalamining, Furniture Re-
piriDg, etc. "Quality a little higher-prices a little lower."
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Up-Te -D is. Pit Class Restaurant in Comnetion. First Class
Meals and Reseonable Beard to We-kly Customers


Swrap Iron and Metals, Also Green Hides Bought
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CAPTAIN WILLIAMS" lower
Jaw advanced, and his pig-
gish eyes contracted. He
threw off his too amiable de-
mesanor. His voice became harsh and
cruel as his natural brutality asserted
"A man like me, eh?' he rasped.
"Thats pretty hard language, Mrs.
Brooks."
"Please forgive me and let me talk."
"If you didn't come here to see me
sort of socially, what did you come
Sorry
"About Joe-my husband."
"What about him"
"I asked you the amount of the def
alation."
"You mid It was your business.
Well, Its more than $16.000."
amaS was *etounde4, and her heart
sank. be had not Imagined that it
could be so large a sum.
"Is that the truth?" she asked.
"I ain't never been noted for lying."
"Captain Williams., I've come here to
plead with you to save Joe and me
ad my family from disgrace-to keep
him out of JaiL You knew my father.
You were In business with him. You
always liked him and knew he was an
honest man."
"He was square In his business deal-
la with me, Mrs. Brooks, but that's
not less than every man has got to be
who deals with me."
"I know that," she maid, her manner
becoming supplicating; "I know that,
but you must have some respect for
his memory, you must have had some
afection for him at the time-every-
body had-and some pity for me in
this trouble. I thought aU these thing
might soften you, might open a way
to some arrangement that would save
us from the exposure that seems now
bound to come tomorrow morning.
Isn't there some way out of it?"
But he was aln business now. He
had satisfied himself that he had wast-
ed his time with her.
"Have you got the money?" he snap-
"No."
"Then what's your proposition?"
"I have none," she confessed hope-
auly, hanging her head.
"Humphr" he grunted, settling him-
Mst hols chair.
I thought-I thought you might be
a little more charitable and suggest
some way," she murmured.
"Your husband sent you here, didn't
her"
"Yes."
"What did be say to you?"
"Told me I might have some Influ-
eae with you."
"Put the blame on you for stealing
the money, didn't he?"
"How did you know that?"
S raised her head and looked at
hiIn surprise.
"I know the man. Didn't he?"
"Yes."
"Told you, didn't he, that you could
fx it up with me to call everything
eff?
"Yes, that's what he said," she ad-
mitted wonderingly.
"And I suppose e he said that-ift you
didn't come you'd have to take the
blame for him going to the peniten-
tiaryr"
"It-It was somethhn like that."


"You em here for a purpose. You afsto
ito ld4L."
"Didn't happen to mention, did be.
that he thought I liked you pretty
well?"
"Y-yes," she tammnmred, now utterly
bewildered. "I-I think that was part
of what he asid."
"Didn't forget that, e? Well," he
continued, looking once more straight
Into her eyes and putting the issue
squarely to her, "Im here and you're
here. That part seem all right What
have you got to sayr?
She sustained his gae bravely and
answered, though with no hope In her
heart:
"Is there any honorable way in
which I can help him?
"What do you mean by honorableer"
Emma lost all patience. Her nerves,
that had been under such severe
strain, were getting beyond controL
She rose, flushing angrily.
"You know what I mean by 'honor-
able' You know what any good wom-
an means when she says 'honorable.'
You're beating about the bush, Cap-
tain Wlliame. If you want to come
to the point, come to It and come to
It quickly. I am going home."
"Now you're talking, my lass," he
maid grimly, getting up also, "and I'll
talk right back to you. If I took your
opinion of me and that of your thlev-
ing husband I wouldn't have to talk.
I'd tell you in plain words that if you
wanted to go to San Francisco with
me I'd take a chance on the overeat-
Iug and wouldn't. put you on a diet
like I put the rest What would you
do then? What If I did make the prop-
ositlon that's In your mind and was
in the mind of that sneaking husband
of yours when he tried to pt you on
ne uorgan counter as&n SouHI ou over
to me to see If I'd put the price up to
sixteen thousand? What if I looked
you over and was pleased and thought
you cheap at that figure? You say I've
killed men. Yes, I have-wrung their
heads off with this hand like you'd
sling a chicken In the air. You came
here for a purpose. You ain't no child.
What If I am the beast and the brute
you say I am? What'll you do then?
I said you was the first lady to come
In here. Maybe I made a mistake
but If I did 'Jl find It out before you
leave this room, you understand? I've
talked; now you talk."
Her reply came with withering
scorn:
"Now I know that you're everything
nmonlIe sav vou are."
(Continued Tomorrow)
FOR RENT-House on South Third
street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.


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PICNIC AT PEDRO
We are glad to announce the fol-
lowing arrangements perfected as to
the orations for the day. The ad-
dress on education will be the work
of Prof. Morgan of Oxford. In the
afternoon Rev. Dr. Dodge of the
Ocala Presbyterian church, will de-
liver the temperance address. For
either we need not bespeak a hear-
ing; they will command it of them-
selves.
It is desired by the managers of
the picnic that special invitation be
extended to our county ofcials, to
our newspaper editors, and to all
school children who may be able to
attend, to enjoy the day with us.
All come!
Friends from near are requested
to bring lunches for the general
spread, but bread and meat will he
provided at the grounds.
Remember, Levon. October 16.
BOTH BOYS SAVED
Louis Boon, a leading merchant of
Norway. Mich.. writes: "Three bottles
of Foley'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
druggists.
CORD WOOD FOR SALE
I will .sell 400 to 500 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
$1.50 a cord at delit. Address C. E.
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla.
For a clear head. a stout heart and
strong mind, DeWitt's UAttle Early
Risers, gentle, safe, easy, pleasant Ut-
tie pills. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve Is unequalled for any-
thing where a salve is needed, and Is
especially good for piles. Sold by all
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We an peaPoed to I ye1 eideso for esmeft wlok p
Manufastier of mmat bisk, haulli bba"hes-gs.
blocks, and all kinds of paving material. We emplsy k i
or am tte i st0 psans "
TmpaSy Mmow. *Onem "
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Oua diasmes In which Kodol ea sold. If w& did i
banat you. Some t there It wo I
Is s lpfor at an m fte a wo me
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meats whek eannot )e traced dl- -th-e bt (or the lat) "a m-m ..
reetly to ampre wood. And tm- have a ttaek It M i -
pure blood to always de to a dah. you wMl cwtdaal be
ordered stomach, the res as fIt is, par y ba .
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this by at onwe digesting an food
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Whem I tIs recalled that Apo.
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FOLEY'S


BELLE VIEW
On the 29th a trial in Judge Hop-
kins' court before a jury, state vs.
Nancy Wright, resulted in the con-
viction of the defendant. Charge.
wilful or malicious penning of
another's cow.
Ten members of Belleview lodge
attended the dedication of the new
Masonic Temple at Ocala on the
30th.
Our citizens feel that this com-
munity has suffered a serious loss
in the death of Charles E. Foy, who
died in Ocala the night of the 28th.
Mr. Foy during his short residence
here had endeared himself to all
that knew him. During his trying
sickness he was brave, patient and
cheerful. He was a poet of more
than ordinary ability. He was taken
at the early age of 51 from this
life of care and trouble, Its discord
and misunderstandings to a higher
sphere where the beauty and good-
ness of his earthly life may be more
fully developed.
On October 1st, Mrs. J. L. Whise-
nant returned from a two months'
visit in Alabama; Mrs. J. J. Nelson
returned from a three months' visit
in New York state; C. H. Hilton re-
turned from a three months' visit in
Connecticut.
October 3d, John Lyle returned
from a three months' business and
pleasure trip to the northern states.
On the 2d. a boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Foxworth. Being
their first grandchild, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Smith are much pleased.
On the 9th, Mss Lorena Free-
man Is to return from Plttsburg.
Pa., where she has been visiting and
having a most enaJoyable time.


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