Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 8, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03292
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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I Portal, CL, Oct. 3.-In the wil-
derme of the western slope of the
Sierras, away frm crowds and the
necessity of speecmak la, Presie It
Taft traveled by stage coach yester-
day toward the Mariposa grove of IMg
ee. Altogether the president had
eight heM stage ridig before he
reached Wawona, where be spent the
night at a lonely tavern on the oun-
shirts of the Yosemite vaWey. before
starting today to penetrate the Marl-
ors grove.
President Taft and party left the
terminal station of the Tosemite Val-
ley railroad at 7 a. n. The coaches
traveled steadily until 11:30 o'clock,
when a stop was made at the little
settlement of Chinquapin. Tuacheonh
was nerved In the forest there, and
after a short rest the journey toward
Wawona was resumed, the scheduled
time of arrival there being about 5

"TYour s- has consumpton. His
case is hopeless." Thee appalling
words were spoken to Oeo. LBev-
em, a leading merchant of Spring-
eld, N. C., by two expert docters-
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
take all the money in the word for
what It did for my boy." Infallible for
coughs and colds, its the safest, sur-
est cure of desperate lung diseases eO
earth. We. and 11 at all druggists.
Guarantee atisfactson Trial bottle
Macon, Oct. .-Steps to abolish the
sale of ntar beer and other soft drinks
In Georgia will soon be taken by the
members of the W. C. T. U., according
to announcement made yesterday at
the second day's session of the state
Louis Boon, a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich., writes: "Three bottles
of Foley 'sHoney and Tar absolutely
cured my boy of a severe aough, and
a neighbor's boy, -who'was so Ill with
a eold that the doctorsave him up,
was cured by taking Foley's Honey
and Tar." Nothing ese Is as safe
and certain of resltt. Sold by all

Faiwe Muslaa, wh* Cmpesd te
rsat Coitoonin Canlita
West Orange, N, J., OcL .-Dudley
Buck. the organist and composer, died
suddenly at the home of his son In
this city yesterday.
Mr. Buck was TO years of age. He
composed the cantata sung by eight
hundred voices at the opening of the
Centennial at Philadelphia, and be-
came noted as a composer of pastoral
music. A widow, two sons and a
daughter survive him.
than have my feet cut off." said M. L.
Blngham, of Princevle, IlL "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) if you don,"
said al doctors. Instead he used
Backlen'a Arnica alve till wholly
cured. Its cures of eczema, fever
sores, boils, burns and piles astound
the world. 25e. at all druggists.

Editor of the Wayessa HerqM KjRied
by a Live W
Waycross, Qa. Oct 3.-In an elec-
tric storm that swept over thts ci!y
yesterday A. P. Peraam, Jr., editor of
the Waycrosas Herald, was Instqatly
killed by a live wire striking hin.
A number of boys pet Ilstnat
death In coming Ip epatact with the
wires, while danger was evejwbewe.I
That no omp met deth except MV.I
Perbam o regarded as sup tsing.,
Mr. PehpWa was on the street pap
mer the ofce af the Sothern Bx-
peps oeempany when a wire dangling
fom a pole struck him. He dropped
to the street dead. Mr, Perham wam
one of the best known men oft thtIs
ectlem, having beem g the newspaper
business here for years,
Most women a- troubled with kid-
ney complaint, and you know very
many msless and even ftIal diseases

result from these neglected kidney
troubles. B you wll take DeWitt's
Kidney sat Bladder Pills as directed,
you may be oident of good results.
Try them and see how sally good
they aW Beware of Imitations, pills
that are Intended to deceive you. Be
ar you get DeWitt's. Bld by all

Washington, D. C.. Oct L.-With the
removal from %rt Myer. Va., of the
Wl*bt aeroplane, owned by the gov-
ernment, to the new aerdrome at Col-
lege Park, Md., the york of teaching


had a most delightful time.
The many friends of Mr. Rube
Smith will be glad to know he is able
to get out of the Marion County Hos-
pital after having spent several weeks
there with a broken thigh.

This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nore the river's warnings-growing
ripples and faster current. Nature's
warnings are kind. The dull pain or
ache In the back warns you the kid-
neys need attention If you would es-
cape fatal maladies-dropsy, diabetes
or Bright's disease. Take Electric
Bitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelings return. "Af-
ter long suffering from weak kidneys
and lame back, one $1 bottle wholly
cured me." writes J. R. Blankenship.
of Belk. Tenn. Only sec. a bottle at all

For high grade work of all kinds
of pnltintgL paperhanging and dee-

by local applications, as they cannot
. reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness. and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafte is caused by. an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Dustachlan Tube. When
the tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of Imperfect hearing,
aad when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the in-
lamimatimo heabe taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition.
hearing will be destroyed forever:
ime cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an In-
flaed condition of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Halrs Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars free. P. J. Cheney & Co, To-
ledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
New York. Oct. 8.-Friday, October
15th, is the date set for the official al-
dermanic reception to Dr. Frederick A.
Cook. On that occasion Dr. Cook will
receive the freedom of the city and be
formally recognized by the board of al-
dermen as the discovered of the north
Dnanellom. Fla. Sept. 1st. 1909.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo, for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it It is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant CO day's treatment In each
Rooms to rent for light housekeep-
Ing or lodging. All conveniences,
close In. Apply to Star office.
Government Pays from 600 to $100
a Year, No Lay-Offs-Free
Scholarships are Offered
Railway mail clerks, postofflce
clerks, city carriers, rural mail car-
riers wanted.
Examinations In the vicinity of
Ocala soon. Short hours, salary twice
monthly; annual vacation and life po-
Thousands of appointments are to
be made. Commop 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.
tev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder for
this district, assisted by our pastor,
Rev. J. N. Weatberford, will hold
quarterly meeting here next Saturday
and Sinday. The presiding elder will
preach to us Saturday morning at 11
o'clock and Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, and again Sunday night at 7.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at
the close of the morning service on
Sunday. Everybody In the commun-
ity should attend who possibly can
and a cordial Invitation Is extended to
neighboring communities.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Nix and bright
little daughter Lucile. after spending
several days with their parents, Mr.
W. E. KNix, returned Tuesday to their
home at Floral City.
Miss Belle Haycraft, who is one
of the charming teachers In the Red-
dick school, spent last Saturday and
Sunday with her old friend and
schoolmate, Mrs. J. E. Turnilpseed.
Our town was pretty well repre-
sented In Ocala Tuesday by Messrs.
W. E. and E. J. Nix, J. E. Turnip-
seed and wife. B. C. Webb, C. L
Grace, J. E. Spencer and wife and
daughter. G. W. Ray and C. H. Shaw
and Mrs. Geo. W. Stephens.
The enrollment of our school hav-
ing grown so large that the trustees
had to go to Ocala Tuesday to ask
for another assistant teacher, which
was granted. Miss Ausley, of Mar-
tel. is our saistant.
Mrs. Clifford Livlngston spent the
day at Reddick Wednesday.
| M)ss Beulah Carrington returned
ftrom Willistom lost Friday, where she
represented our Sunday School at the
Sunday School and Epworth League
at that place last week. She says she

')fees-Seond Floor The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank Buildlang, Ocala
relephones-Offce, 22; Reeldeame.
Office Hour--9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

BIy Ice nFr led Was

They say, but If you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in It, that the center is what
is called "snow ice," which, being por-
ous. allows it to melt quickly.
"Crystal Ice"

The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as it is possible to make
Ice, and is the most economical iee
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.

Is dnling with aa is thaIONh iyes
Qualty.. ft is naw imflia 1t.d tvwry
If at mny timm W eai0 any thing That
Siens% w wnt yeuts mowd hesk. Thi
business. Of ado things*Asi% 94
shr*elass greary a-InI ye. wil 1 sthm mw

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DiviMs M of Nturmatizati Deides
that Asiatics Are Not Efib to
Laporte, Ind.. Oct. .&-Nearly 500
Turks in Laporte and Michigan City
were surprised at the receipt of a let-
ter from County Clerk IJnk to the ef-
fect that the United States govern-
ment will oppose the efforts of the
Turks to become citizens of the Unit-
ed States.
The Turks are employed In various
factories in Laporte and Michigan City
and In the past they have been voted
by the political leaders according to
the dictates of the bosses. The sur-
prise, therefore extends also to the
political leaders, who coupt each elec-
tion on Just so many votes from the
The letter came from Richard K.
Campbell, chief of the division of nat-
uralization at Washington, who writes
to Mr. Link:
"Referring to declaration of Inten-
tion No. 661 In the name of Charley
Said Abraham. made in your court, it
is noted that the declarent is a Turk,
and it is desired to inform you that
In the opinion of this office Asiatics
are ineligible to American citizenship
under the provisions of section 2159 of
the revised statutes. The declarent
should be informed to this effect and
that in the event he subsequently pe-
titions for naturalization this office
will oppose the granting thereof."
Where American Backweedemen De-
feated British Regulars 129
Years Age
Blackburg, S. C.. Oct 8.-With elo-
quent oratory and an imposing mili-
tary display the monument erected to
commemorate the battle of King's
Mountain was dedicated yesterday on
the battlefield near this place. The
governors of North and South Caro-
lina and Tennessee, members of Con-
gress and many others prominent in
official life, as well as a large con-
course of citizens, were present. Sol-
diers of the regular army and of the
national guard of three states were
present as a tribute to the men who
defeated the British forces In the wild-
erness of King's mountain on Oct. 7.
1780. and thereby turned the tide of
the revolution in favor of the Ameri-
can colonists.
At the battle of King's Mountain the
British forces consisted of Col. Fer-
guson's regiment of regular troops and
several hundred Tories, about 1,000
men in all. The Americans numbered
about 900. all forest riflemen, led by
Colonel Sevier. The entire British
force was killed or captured.

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It, oryou can g et a bool. tw, the
Genesis ure *ooi i V, Ia Roy,
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grky, of
Tampa, are guests of the Carney cot-
tage for two or three months. Mr.
Gray, who is a promintut member of
the Carney Investment Cob, will assist
Mr. John Carney In superintending the
shipment of the orange crop.
I)r. W. H. Henry kindly brought
the Sam Chouthan family, whose
dwelling house was burned last week,
to occupy his cottage on Lake ave-
nue; also assisted by Capt. J. B. Mar-
tin, Mr. John Carney and others
made up a purse of over one hundred
dollars to help Mr. Couthran replace
the household goods burned.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle opened the
public school last week with 25 pu-
pils in attendance.
Mr. W. H. Moor and family, of
Fairfield, are spending a few weeks
with Mrs. Clarence Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Nixon have re-
turned from Port Inglis, where they
have been spending the past three

For a clear bfad. a stout beat and
strong mind. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, gentle, safe, easy, pleasant lit-
tle pills. DeWitt's Carbolised Witch
Hazel Soalve is unequalled for any-
thing where a salve is needed, and is
especially good for piles. Sold by all


Mr. A. D. Williamson, general trav-
eling freight agent of the Seaboard
Air Line By.. came in on his little
motor car on Friday and was a gust
for the day of the Pleasant Hills
Mr. C. S. Gates returned the past
week from St. Petersburg, where he
has been engaged painting a house
rto E. F. Upham.
Turney Reed has gone to DeLand
and entered Stetson University.
Contractor E. B. Peter. of Leesburg.
has a force of men shipping fruit this
week from Mrs. Ricker's packing
E. S. Upham has returned from a
six weeks' stay in St. Petersburg.
Mr. W. N. Wilson has sold his ex-
tensive orange interests to Mr. A. H.
Foss. of Westford, Mass., who is ex-
pected here shortly. Mr. Wilson re-
tains the Treat cottage and the packr
ing house at the Culoy place.
Mrs. Van P. Kelsey. of Stanton
Heights, was a visitor in town this

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This fall we expect to have a oae eomplo stock than ever. We B *-
adding to our stock of good things to eat, and It makes It easi. ter our ..
customers to select something to have for a I ce egy waftbh.
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Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolreo DormitoriesDnig Hall a nd
Recreation RP a. II& i.
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ade omly by THE N. K. PFAIRBAK COMPANY, New Orleas, Atlat, wev Yak.

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hiew arm ea we gumlse. In Mr.
3bs e WMWN* belsasm eer WO? The beak draft is merely a check
eMamaS had a fMtm sy intenet, by ome bank on another. Banks
8 b PW I f tr Wb W O et. cheek against each other, as you
M elae~.. 8 trW. et a ceek4 agalast your hank.
eeeednri We ^Sda pH bt- a beak aa. an accountt wlth
S-ak p L em?* A 101" 4 494 bosoe-. baonk In .a lagW city.,Its
aryj mP .inL A, rat-s ane merely checks isalast
Ya m low W9 fi sr, A. 3. Waet. -INUr deposited with ;bhe city bank.
Swh la t- dth bU6 Ths draft is Ut safest way to send
e r% _a --I the.--to_--_eo moe through the mais, no matter
_110 m 1 am eSo eedes*mv, ad Mr. to what part of the world. It la the
B bWmm n them a y"oeag ma8 best method to carry money. your
S eo U UM 10811 1mm1M, Ceos pemo, If you are taking a trip.
.0-1108t69 0A* al bf tW The draft will be appreciated by
11011B1 111 t 1 I .h dil 3M rno411 t00 h W ere Is less chance, for any inoon-
se..h.e. Yewip pOPWeler ,lveience in getting the money.
is4. h p..-a. _uid. ,I At yor endat of the lie, there is also
.m me er o ttter assuran that ,s would any
lou Ib had r tlsOw- los occur n the draft's transmilsson.
1 So0 Whe6lt eS theL toWma" you will be saved any red tape or
ASA heIsI-ea t -I people. All w et delay in making the amount good.
-It KftX&r. WMnl eMUM the Buy a bank draft always. We pro-
0i 11 als eam whle -ISM t* a'0 tot eour customers against less and
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depra -mitI- b-t -ast ed- THE THUMRO A CNAMBLISS IAN
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the he b" hei w Mdhes"iemom PITSTIUR WON THE PIRST
One mdeL Our else --erseat
Ma bUaMees relat ees tead thru Pttasbur, Oct. 3.-The American
da m il vs e wMit Mr. Wate,.man
an 1ba11 So meWs Mt his lpes League champlons sad Pittsburg, the
MAu sme to us with rngret, that winner of the National League pen-
-ah MI les -t us a .pNerm eme. nant, met today In the opening game
We gst withthat eu0 enm- a sd -of the series which will decide the
t8 Wt t whem hals a slwys been baseball championship of the world
a Wt t Mr. WaimWm's ueeSS fr
Sa Inmle amldeUe to for l.
SM Wa mbe a new start The game resulted n a victory for
S t a am hmraM se- PittsburgO the score being 4 to L De-
___- _ trolt made her only run In the frst
M. kepera tthe Ties-tume inning. Pittsburg tied the score In
M. bdw Imegrensol d* t tbo the fourth, made two runs in the fifth
gMMofg e-s ad* e e ftmtem t t and oe in the sixth inning.
09lil1MB Of ai setoil sa"
a~t me-e ,pbm be I .he-i New Orleans Ocet. --Another storm
aMuIi "au MmP a eas- waratsg was Issued here yesterday
afternoon. The storm is reported
W 1em md suplySo t- m0 ci central over the Gulf of Mexico near
am O 'on t e.r t Mr. the Isle of Pines. It is moving north-
4mim l 0~for Inote west. Warnings were ordered dis-
Setie mei h e W .aieN asm*. played at ampa sand other points on
Me to satah sdee a.haveeM sm- the east sad west Florda coasts.
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A hearty welcome will be given to
all who attend the Rally Day exer-
cises at the Methodist church next
Sunday morning at 7:30 o'clock. Come
and enjoy the following program:
Seripture. lesson .
Exercise by primaries.
Welcome, Mildred Crosby.
Recitation, Rally Day, Margaret Lit-
tle. - .-
Character Building, Nine Little
Recitation. Trying to Serve Him,
Irene Tompkins.
Recitation, My Company, Dexter
Exercise. Gathering. Miss Clara'
Moore's class.
Song, Miss Barnett's class.
Recitation, My Gifts, Katharine
Eerie. IJew els for the Kin, Mrs.

Song male quartet.
StoMrt address, Dr. A. L, Izlar, super-
r, tle. \, ,

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.
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical office
and laboratory, rooms ind 4 Gary
Wasbington. Oct. 8.--Partly cloudy
with probable showers In south and
central portion tonight or Saturday."
For sale, cneap for cash, the black
mare formerly owned by Major Ilar,.
six-months old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call on C. L. An-
derson, care Ocala Lumber & Supply

New York, Oct. S.-Justcle William
J. Gaynor has accepted the democrat-
lc nomination for mayor of Greater
New York. W. R. Heart when noU-
fled he was nominated by his friends
for mayor, said he would consider the
matter and reply in twenty-four
We take this method of thankia
the public through the eolumas of
your paper for the liberal lpatrlage
that has been extended us through
the past season in our buslnes, as
'we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are Just in receipt of letters giving
us Ja slight- inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question in the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
we have the assurance that if we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be Increased 20 per cent.
We will also have a model known
as No. 18, practically the same as
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller
car, and will sell for about $1400
complete, and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
a while. We will also have a $600,
a runabout, 2-cylinder, opposed
motor in front, under the board,
cone clutch in fly wheel, selective
type transmission and double chain
drive, 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the public that so far as
pulling through sand is concerned,
this car has no equal. Thanking our
friends for past favors, we are
Very respectfully.
Per J. H. Spencer.
Landis' Statement that the Navy is a
Washington, Oct. 8.-Defending the
American navy. Admiral Dewey says
that not only is the navy not a bluff.
but he is confident that it will give a
good account of Itself in war.
Admiral Dewey's remarks wee in
answer to a statement attributed to
Congressman Landis of Virginia, who
While! advocating a ship subsidy, char-
acterized the' navy as a bluff.
1pen her return from her summer's
vacation your first act should be to
call at the Court Pharmacy and boy
your sweetheart a box of that delic-
ious Bell Meade candy. "Sweets to
the sweet,* you know.
t!_ _

Uncle Peter L. Durisoe will please'
accept our thanks for a generous
supply of cane Juice. Ice cold its a
long drawn out exhileration. And this
reminds us to say that it Is Uncle
Peter's purpose to get a permit from
the county fair authorities to estab-
Msh a sugar cane mill during the
continuance of the same. It would
prove a drawing card and quench
many a thirst.

A lve-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
condition and everything complete, for
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We have In our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds ftor fll
planting. Tydim & Co.
The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy-
sters on Saturday.
John Spencer Gay. but Two Days
Married, Flmng Himself Under a
Fast Moving Train
Thomasvlle, Ga., Oct. .-Though a
bridgegroom of but two days. John
Spencer Gay, formerly of Colquitt
county, calmly lay down In front of a
rushing passenger train on the At-
lantic Coast Line track near here yes-
terday and was Instantly killed.
The engineer In the cab of the big
machine that took Gay's life tells a
thrilling story of his effort to stop the
train and of his feeling when he knew
he could not. The engineer stated
that the scene of the suicide was two
miles from here. He say Gay walk-
ing along near the track a hundred
yards in advance of the engine. As
the train approached Gay suddenly
stepped onto the track, looked calm-
ly at the engineer. lay down across the
track and spread his arms wide.
The engineer tried hard to stop the
train, but Gay was too near bhm. The
Injured man lived a few minutes aft-
er he was struck, but was not able to
speak and died without revealing the
secret of his desire for death
Letters found In Gay's pockets told
his name. He had recently resided
at Pelham. He came to Thomasville
yesterday with his newly made bride.
who was Miss Anna Holland and
wi.m h f, marwriA ed .Aav W CR faRflla-


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If ym amr interested inor a tmMaking t ureas a aN .
ear, these is Wothig for the mosey so powerful, reMble and pomsesdla sue
ill-dlembMg ma maI-pIlleg quslHttes em the Bruh- T- t 4 f w..
Ute catalogu-es by ean oar wrta "i U.

SSTMA-IemcE>CA --.A.

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An lastitetton at the Fist Rook, sp- .

ported y State and Federal Fund,
for Florida Young Men.

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Offer to the Public

Their excellent line of aP I Wlater Clothla and Fmraihlngs for
Men aad Beys.
Our dothag department .eE atedletn..l advantems this season.
The seleetlons have bees eearsiDly mie, the styles ae erect, the fabrics
the best aad only skilled workmea were employed In the makilag. We
have. different grades, the prices governing the quality, strictly, and our
guarantee accompanies each purchase.

es and cuts. Boys'
I trousers. Boys'

STtetena "amd Ket Hats for men are stylish and unexcelled
1o looks and wearing qualities. A splendid line of hats and cape for boys
and young men.
We have never carried a prettier line of neckwear than we are show-
ing this fall with all ot the latest effects to suit any taste..
The line of dress and workingg shirts for all classes, both men and
boys, is a very complete oet, gad from which you can make any selec-
tion desired. With tbs llne wee l ave 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 JIair" Hosiery.
In Underwear you will and 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, umbrellan,
rain oats, etc.
Come Is and let us fit you out. We have everything you will need,
from head to foot.


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S I ,.. .. In James A. Shadrick. those addict-
S. ed to the Air Dome habit believe they
-^ I i have found the greatest disperser of
S.- gloom and counter Irritant to grouch
,,. I ,attuthas yet come down the pike.
'P-./meet i "t. .--" "u*. les erupt from him sponta. eausly,
SuIrrigae Over and percolate through
h ithe moaMosy of existence -as the
So iiI night.. waters of the Ounnison tunnel relieve
Sneed t -ay I tng the arid ly of the Colorado desert.
Mr. R. J. Knight was n town today. Mr. Shadrick will be at the Air
to Dome on this and tomorrow evening,
STablets, penells, Ink, etc., at Fhel's and on each date there will be an ar-
H u d s o n ... P e I. ..n dn t eyes busy while you rest between
N --_-er to- again down wit laughs.
J B::me ec .,ina otoC ar forf SILVER TEA
LeeHong. the Chinaman, Is on the

S...... ... Sf FisherI A Silver Tea will be given at the
n r o ^ wt sa ic primary school building on next Sat-
SWorkwill begin Monday on the urday afternoon from four to half
W rite T. & B E IET.Ym frame of the fertilizer factory. pa five. The object of the tea is to
give the high and primary school
S ... I O *lO l l Look over Fishers five and ten-cent teachers the opportunity of meeting
counter. the patrons of the schools, both gen-
.. '- . _- -_ I ptlemen and ladles, and to provide
-,. ar B..... t- .......... means with which to purchase some
" -. t Misods Mary Burf ord returned home much needed supplies for the pri-
-tday from a visit to Tenn*see. mary school. All Interested in the
schol)Is are cordially Invited to be
Attorney W. F. Himes of Tampa ci.
guest of the Ocala House. prsnt.
Bargains in dishes and cooking FISH AND OYSTERS
nA Y RIMStensils at Flshel's. Fresh alt and fresh water fish, in-;
.R.. side and outside oysters, shrimp, etc.,
SMr. RtS. Hunter of Mobile is a received every day. Temporary 1-
guest of the Ocala House. cation south of west end of the city
market building in small wooden
Mr. D. H. Denmark of Valdosta Is at building. William Tucker, Phone 219.

UAUTOMr. R. Kyl Wartmann of itra is at SKILLED PAINTING
the Ocala House. I am prepared to take any Job of
Sh o VULCANIING DONE paintings, no ma0 er how large or hoy
AM Tom VULCAI Mr.-small, or how fine the work desired
SAT EASOALE PRICES. t sally of Atlanta m at ay be. I have the material, brushes
ATR. the Montezuma. and knowledge to paint and do If
A.Mr.J. V.....right. Houses painted Onside and out
A OR SMr. J. F. DuLpree of Redtek Is at Graining, .gilding, hard oil n IshiMg
............ -Uvarnishing and lettering amd" 8g
Mr. E. M. Braley of Oxford .Is at the painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
_ot..m. ) m Address P. O. Box 136. or leave word
aMontezuma.t the Star otc W. Pillyaw,.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
-typewriter, upon easy terms It desired.

ICONCRT AND PAVIQ one of Gerig's Best, Gc. at the Post-THI AIR ONE
office Drugstore.
1b III= f =oye side fr nl wok f ibf Mr. Prank ('larkson of Jacksonville M oving Pictures
@*~a~*lba ateriack W e"ledakand was a guest or the Montezumayes-
SON h oWe..vor,- (e,.u-y and Music




FOR RENT-A cottage ear pi-
mary school bunding. Apply to W L
Colbert at tax colleWtor's ee
Win Counts of Orabam flle, wo
was down with blood. polsa for some
time, but now greatly improved, 1
visiting his brother, Julius Caots .i
this city.
The beit piakdag o pqa keIm
rloth 4018%2 8 Msn o per PeuNdmad
envwlepse to mate at Geral Mome C.
Mrs. W. H. Moore and baby, who
spent several days in town, retired
to the lake this afternoon.

Palmer's Garland Cold Cream Ia n2e.
and SOe. Jars at the Poetotfce Drug-

Messrs. L R. Chasal and David S.
Woodrow spent last night at Wood-
FOR RENT-A furnished rewslesee
well located in first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
Mr. D. W. Davis, a prominent In-
surance man and public spirited citi-
zen of Ocala, was in the city yeeter-
day. and was among the many gue-ts
of the Park. Mr. Davis has Just re-
turned from an extensive vacation,
spent at various places in Abe north.-
Times-Union, 8th.
The latest etpwrigh heeltks and *a
finest general line of beeksl wet sam
in this city at the Ocala News Cae
Mr. E. L. Maloney has returned to
his home in Ocala after a pleasant
visit in Jacksonville with his son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 8. A.
Rawls.-Times-Union, 8th.


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Flour. Ev.
eryi pound of it gunan.-
teed to be the best tgat
can be made from moft
winter wheat. Sold ex-
clusively by


T- E A P--

Will Odell of the Ozfort Crate Co.,
Oxford, was in town this morning and
reports the town growing and a m*a-
.ber of new home being constructed.
Toung man, weeolag a unummee-
meats bre In order. If you want you
to spon be made, don't tall to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
ening when you call. They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
The" Florida House conducted by
Mr. Maxwell, outran its accommoda-
tions last night and the genial pro-
prietor had to turn people away.
We want your prescripties work
and are reepared to offer you the mst
skilled pharmacists and the prt of
drugs to compound them. Tydlngs &
Mr. Sheridan of the Woodmar Saad
A Stone Co., has parehased Messrs.
Tompkins A Cobb's beautiful black
mare. She is a speedy animal and be
will put her on the county race track
as a prize winner during the fair.
Judge Bell went to Jacksonville on
business today. He will return to-

Their aIs no game law agahmtmay

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We do amt MOBer ta is
dA .re .~ is nd d -
this tm ta e yeart oh eths t
of the city aow sheew. The Oam
House had Wn arrival for the week
mellng last aight. AL the bo mend
boarding boum are ied md the
more popul arban he gboe am
turant away sees of at .plmt.ei
for lodging each week.

Ay perse who has a apeeba
good photo of a Snek of chiekba aa-
mals or ftrm emeps o requstIN to
sed same at o ee to the oee at &S
T. Sistruak. Ocala, for mse la *mi -
tratiag a booklet descriptive of Ma
ion congoy wieb US me.M hbe l
by the county ammBls Asy
good agricultural m e wil l be ea-
sidered. Promaspt saetum is reaat.

The many fr eds Ia this ity ot
former city Marshal W. C. Blk, ill
be pleased to learn that ho was aW
to walk out em the veranda at the
home of his daughter Is Lake CRty
yesterday for the rast time. Be ti
now iiuruvhi g leetyal and wil mOn
be able to return- home.

Have youee men os ew v~l g M .
Sholes typewritw? R. C. Davis & C
general agents.

Woaderbose for chbdrea. guarantee
to wear three months without holes.
25 cents a pair at Fishers.

f~l) iso ,,

The a.lo. bee of t.. -
ot Oclaare now Open at thr eiy
elersatf o& A pte deArW 0inieM
ster wix mouth without boles at

sislers. a

Mr. W. L. Gray has created tiAe e'
cottage S the secMd wardneirR Ms.
George Williams .1and comshmoed

Capt. J. B. MIartnl Okliwanb is
In the city, aga s f,.iel C .

Dr for William n s d bride at
ewerl weeks in Ocala with r Will-
James katber. Mr. X V.4i. re-

where on square or betwe elderd
block and Fort King aveme..- Retur
to D. W. Davis and receive reward.
oleproo Bx tafor men, guarae
for als mothsl without h ,le at
Mr. I. I. Upham of South LaM
Weir., Wasn iow' today em 14
Mr. Uphan s pat the sMeIn St.
Peteebog, where he purchased a
piece of property and devoted his t
to Its repair.

FOR RENe -Dweilinag riwshe:;
elet lUghs baths, and all aas d.
couverlesces. Ga stove wIa kitn e.
Apply 19 Herbert street. References.

If you want a good lead poell buly
en. of Gerlig's Best, Se. a thbo Post-
offae Drugst re.
Te m in't Gafter W fre Mdb
Neither c yes au ad 4emt
csmadA-2 and lasting job of paint-
g fYoumpost emta adut4a.
ated Liameed O ala- w ltmh iD, '
as" ther. YM avold an fik wheB
you use

sie youbuy the Puqa re Lmeeda iol
It to the 2-4-1, the result wr
positive, slnm YOU YOURSE ,
will have made It by wing P
lAmed CUOL "
Ona s Wa UW(emisslO Yeu.
For sle by the Marimo Hardwar
company. 0m, -Ph

Ao t other ests t the Oeals
House this week w Rev. W. 'Jr.
Thorne, a recent grade from the
theological depart ment a tVa desa
University. He will o as a milon-
ary to Korea this month.

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~eypam s amy m .
we as 10wbg
AsI s fme a el- e ood tme a md teelm, worth
S slm i. l eo tlew ..... .............................. .. t
aKAr am b seemheay e ,ca f. good tme anad atlon exeet
.|l| a_ t besA-htaota- aI sa le. Value $175. Sale price M
inSbW OMWr medum -od. good for hegl-er and pmetiee
Me, te !-so tow ........ ...... ...... ...... ..414
I UPlS.sbtbePlm afe tIn le eodltlon, and to one who
lt o- mea s aryvle I preferesce to appearance, any of them
Ml se.mfe ta give saeis ealem
* AS LO p week, we eSe, S. faew-f:
mum a epad tone and o, oomks
Ae t S ntde'm eed, spledid aetio, anM Ai worth
ti e......:--... .........................
" 3U-4Naoe Abeft we, epleadid tome and action. In the. best
a rMMM Str iad, spldm acios. and is worth within $25
S... . . . . .. .
IN -le b- M ahaaw ema, slain, but neat deimn. looks new.
-te te s -e--pli asu s, and is worth within $25 of Its
a, a gg....--45 Sakle prie .......................g. .
Sem w e *t hbtatMe to recommend to anyone waat-
I- ile Sim a for home or teaching pwrpos We

AS S per week, we a, t .o te aewos
Ishe medum alsd eny ease, good practice plan., wood
Ra.ne4,ft5ew. Vaf*e $176. Sae for. ...... ...... .....
*B-Mmd-l'-- _-- Ko--y eam, good tMe and actio, esel-
i.,..InUsW Sal mmm. Sae 'pr e ............USM
lm .i ,m- splendidmi toe and actl, In the bet
r thum Sut, sI is worth within $265 of Its original
sees ........ .....0.. ... ...... .. .11 M
IoTAI hi Su Wa gany ea, lare upright sale, smooth adion.
ell ,tdtSON, n highIh n pitch., abeolutey nw and Is a
i at ~$0. Y- fTMt pane of this was damaged In ship-
W,'W hesse -- varired In a way to make It very attrac-
I chwIg m se hamtliMng at all; this oem at ...... ..M
-MAm p1 "I., tIs plain Mahogany ease. nat design, large
gm o bpshe 4. -aO e very little uage, was used 10 months.
~yMfM s40=baft uIn stek p aecouat of the purchaser hav.
Shafs Iam dl mvere. WI sell for unpaid balance SS
sb t inm selu 2y $1i, is eeemably the greatest value ever
a Imb b or tetoery, sa where there is an oppl.atllyy
at I these at a rdeed coat, yo should eartalaly take
-* f. We aC oem tof t hese I Aured Mahogany me, usad
Smemm p l Gewn hM S8; m e"t Mer ded Mfive moetha, paid down to
e We e ~v e to ite r oe f t em for the unpaid bala os,.
e -m I u TMU GUARAT E -and asO the IJF
m~n aJitb e that we would e a pone that is abaolutey new.

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"All right" he Mid, making a steg
toward her. "If I am what everybody
say I am-what you think I am-you
know what to expect, and I don't need
to talk."
The peril of her situation roused her
to 4dparaUon, and with it came the
eouce desperatlo somesmet la m
part, the courage that Impels a de-
feinsele amlmal hunted into a corner
"er whlhe there is no escape to turn
sad fight for Its life.
"ou think rm afraid of your' she
cried, throwing up her bead and
dcachiag the haads at her sides. "I
te you I'm not. We've been too lo"
at cress purpose. What you want me
to do I know; what my husband sent
Ms for I know. You can be the beast
and the brate that you are; he can be
the costemptible cur that be Is. He
ean cor me for sale, and you can
atand ready to buy me. But 've got
eomsn to amy about It, and I de
sire you to knew that If I wanted to
plce msyeMf e the market, as you
say, I eouln't! You disgust me, but
I shan't shirk, and I am not afraid
Of 7 or of thim or of any one
She tfrae qalckly, locked the door.
threw the key at his feet and con-
freated him ssfpo*C*hh4gty again.
"There' the key to your room. The
door I locked, and I am alone with
yea. Toa kill men? You wring their
necke? Well Captain Williams, bere'.
your At change to kill a woman, for
that's 3ast exactly what you'll have to
he saw the glare In the little savag
eptSm under the beetling brows fade
t, to be replaced by a gleam of ad-, not the covetous admiration
et her abpely, peatiag form, of her
hadsom, resolute face, but honest
admiration of the pore soal that shone
In her eyes.
"I kaew you were that kind of a
woma.," hea sad, tb.nkrtnom and
real teAdem in hi voke. "If you
hadn't daem jt what you did I'd 'a'
beethe most disappointed man in the
"What do you meanar
"I mean," he continued, almost rev-
esstly, "that I banked on you being
ood, and you are good. I know wo-
men. I've bought mine an over the
wod, from HIndook to niggera. But
I paid for 'em, and they was always
wlUag to sell. There ain't but two
kiMda the good and the bad, and
there's no halfway. When they're
bad the re bad through and through
and can't be good, and when they're
g9ed they can't be bad. and they're
m to hMve. I figured you good
and If yOn hadnt ba It would have
hit me, and bit me bard. You're safer
ir. youn woman, than with your
other, beesaue I'd flight for you, and
M't apet I os wring men's necks
Wh chickeno"
Emma could not comprehend It.
"*I at uaderstand you," she faltered.
* "Maybe you mean you don't believe
m," he said, pgog to the table and
aMd this dipped between the pages of
me of the magazines. "Here. I've
had thi g te ave for you. Bead It.
h made no motion to take It from
eWel, I'll read It for you," he aid.
'. addressed toe that husband of
Tour rMlgato Is accepted. I
wish to thank you for your services
aud o -aure you that your accounts
with the Latte-America Stamship
oo-any havo bees audited and found
ta correct.'
"Now, Mrs. ooks, tf you'd acted Is
any way but what you did you would
nmat have ot thia, but I knew you wr.
-ro', and you are good."
He added with deep felIag holdm.
eut tha paper to her agtai:
irs wm mac omuen to me ana a
loet more to have a cood woman for a
sort atof dauhter. Take It"

TMi time she accepted It mechanic-
"Thank you, Captain Wmlliaa" she
The words came to a whisper, al-
mest mandlMby.
he tried to read the writing, but
tears In her eyes blared her sight
YTou kaw, Mrs. Brooks" sald WWI-
flams ln a llght tome and his usual
vokce, masa himself In his chair and
outing away from her, "before we got
to discmbeg this business I was tell-
UgS you about the Sally Moran. my
rat ship. Now, that shtp-bear me
sayd-hlpt?-e was only a schooner"-
8ha walked up to him and Interrupt-
ed hIm. mlifg gratefully throuab her
"What can I do now, captain?" she
The telephone bell rang as she apoke.
"Tee rlght answer the phone," he
MiM her. "Tm getting almighty lahy."
fShJe did a.
Ift J --Mr. SntS," she an-


New York, Oct. s.-T. W. Leary of
Atlanta. Ga.. was elected president of
the Southern Express company by
the directors here yesterday.

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"Ifa too bat to ass u- Wewra1 "
he _e- "e- .s them a let eof
ofals say Ir get emagh after sa
wBlls read."
"hey don't knew you, tarS the
trouble," she sad, the taful tears
wellin to her eyem agal as she lashed
at him.
"Smith alnt particular qukck aheut
gettog ae, ist her he remfidi
chag ta the sabect. "After all h
amd yoe'd expect hi to hbea agular
hero and drop ~ from S theel
"What did he my?"
"That's tellag," he added.
tondly at his pipe. "Tou.r'a ge ta
have a hard time lettg that h a
If you dont find the key you threw
around so careless Ilke."
She picked up th key Wad ualohad
the door. As she did so Smith knocked
and she let him m. He looked keedly
at her as she smiled up Into hbls aee,
and be took the hand she extended.
"We've be-s waiti tor you, JAmM."
she msa
A glad light me Into hi ow ee.
"amma," he observed, "I think thr
the prettIet smae I ever saw you
"Hello. Smith, al't p1oag to Bsine
toeght, ehr queried the captain.
"No: I guas them docks will habe there
tomorrow," he replied.
He drew his revolver, extracted the
cartridges with even more than eor-
dinary delltnt-e and threw them em
the table.
"I Just thought I'd take th pegs out
of the heel of that shoe we were di
eussing some time lace ad hand em
to you a souveirs," he remarked.
"Thank you." was the dry jolader.
O "Td give you the whole da shoe,"
added Jlmey with beartlne "only a
fellow never can tell when be's golg
to have another mre foot."
"The trouble with yous Smith
your toot hurts you before you stb
your toe," commented WIMllsm
"I ges that's right," he avowe.
"Ready to go hom, mma ?
"You wait for me a pomemt, Jimtgy.
I want to speak to the cmptaln" she
"All right," be rempeonded, got ouat-
side to ring up the elevator.
"Captain, this paper-ehall I give it
to him? she inquired.
"I would. It clea yu."
"And you? How can I thank your"
"Don't me. Only sme time
when you get settled down mad are
UlTvit happy agaln invite me up to
tea. Let me put Oe msy appes am
smoke my pipe a the parlor."
"Indeed I wl. Good ghSt.*
"And, Emma," he added ere she had
reached the door, "I suppose I can cal
you Emma now, can't IT
"Pa a lootof attention to that feow
Smith. He's an awful good inda of
"I've found that out tonight," s
answered. "Good niht."
"Good night, Emma."
When she had gon e oldW mai at
for some time smokia his pipe medi-
tatively. Finally be kicked off his sp-
pera, rose, stretched himself, sat down
again, smiled and uttered his thoughts
"Welln, Captain Bill,- h told himself,
"I gwam you've paid up a part of that
deficit you've owed decency r auchb
a log time."
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Miss Flora Morrison and Miss Belle
Hendrix spent several days in Ocala
the past week.
Mr. A. Osborne ad Mr. K. .
Mitchell went to Ocala Friday onu m-
portant business.
DeLand Whitten paid a short visit
1o Blitchton Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Lillian O'Baver, a charmala
young lady from rKeuk, Fla., after
having paid Mrs. Morrison a visit, re-
turned to her home FrIday, much to
the regret of some of our young men.
Mr. Archie McKay has returned
from a visit to relatves ad tineas
In North Carolina and South Carolina
Mrs. S. H. BLtch, Mr. Landis
Bltch and sister. Miss L e i teh.
dined with Mrs. Morrison TuedAr.
Mr. and Miss nBtch were on their
way to Lake City where they will en-
ter Columbia College.
Miss Anna Landit, from 6tford. N.
C., has opened her conservatory with
quite a large class.
We regret to learn of the sad death
of little Lillian, the only child of Mr.
and Mrs. Geore Cox. mHr death was
very sudden as she was sick only a
few hours. The parents have the
sympathy ofat the entire oowm-alty.
Mrs. Archie Melver. who has beea
visiting her brother, Mr. J. W. ]Pnt.
returned to her home at Ocala Friday,
accompanied by her mother and little
Mamie plant Ned.
Itf people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble realise their dan-
ger they would without loss of time
comewcoce taking oley's Kidney
Remedy. This great remedy stops
the pain and the Irregularities.
strengthens and builds up these or-
gana and there Is no danger of
Brights disease or other serious dis-
order. Do not disregard the early
symptoms. Sold by all druggists.
The health of this place is very
much Improved. The doctors will
soon have to go out of business or
seek new Sdes of opeatio.,
Mr. Counts has been takes to 00al
to his brother's home, where he will
receive the best medical aid by $hy-
sicans of that town.
Miss Nettle Lisk is expected home
next week from a tour of the Wes-
tern states.
Mis May Holly Is visidting M P.
T. Randall for a few days.
Those on the roll of hoor pf the
Grabamvmle school fp tht mg=th
were: H1elea Mils, Catmqme Mill.,
Ruby Ang, 0or Welbhoner. the
Sewell. Annie I"e L4an Irea 0 aso,
Victor Masao. GOwham LRE., Ivy
Long. JWek Welhoner, lourle RBa-
dal. J. W. Randall.
You need not be troubled In any
way with the stomach, It you will
simply take Kodol at those times
when you fee that yeo need It. Kod.
is guaranteed to relieve you. If ft
falls your money will be refunded to
jou by the drugglist from whom you
purchased it. Try it today on this
gprarnte Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. A. B. J. Wallace spent Friday
with relatives at Martel.
Mr. J. W. Morrison I o the sckk
Mr. A. S. J. Wallace made a bust-
neis trip to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. Archie Brass, of Duanelon,
called on Mr. J. W. Morrison Satur-
Mr. Merritt Morrison was a caller
in Ocala and Martel Sunday.
We are sorry to hear that little Dol-
ly Morrionu is sick with fever. The
wter wishese r r a speedy recovery.
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