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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 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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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Volume ID: VID03293
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DIED OF HIS INJUISis
Mulberry, Oct. 9.-M. 8. Redd,
the floating gang foreman of the
Prairie Pebble Phosphate Co., who
was stabbed a week ago yesterday
by a Negro, Bd. Simms, died from
peritonitis yesterday.
Mr. Redd was a native of Aiken.
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wor -suumbsidy waich me said
many people did not like because
they thought that it meant to give
something for nothing.
"Bat the American navy is not
quite so helpless as one might Im-
agine from Mr. Landis' remarks."
said the admiral. "We have fifteen
colliers and several transports al-
ready in service. Of course, these
would not be enough In time of
war, and I hope that we wil con-
tinue to that number. If we were
to have a war, we could purchase
as many ships as we might need. It
would, of course, be a great deal
better If we had theman already. The
admiral declared that the United
States needed a merchant marine
not only for the value It might
possess as furnishing auxiliaries to
the navy, but to carry the Ameri-
can Sag in the marts of the marts.
"But." said Admiral Dewey,
"there will be no war. And so long
as we go ahead steadily and mod-
erately In adding to our navy. re-
placing the older ships with the
moat modern type, thus- keeping
our navy abreast of the world, so
one will ever be able to say, like
Mr. Landis. that other nations do
not regard the American navy
seriously." .


TAFT CAN'T BE TIRED
Will Go to. Panama this Winter and
to Alaska Next Summer
Sacramento. Cal. Oct. 9.-With a
large part of the present 13.000-mile
trip still ahead of him. President Taft
Is figuring on the possibility of a run
down to the Isthmus of Panama and
back during the three weeks' Christ-
mas recess of Congress. The presi-
dent is making plans, too. for a trip
to Alaska next summer.
The trip to Panama will depend al-
together on Mrs. Taft's health. Re-
ports from Beverly of her steady im-
provement have delighted the presi-
dent and he is looking forward to the
sea voyage to the isthmus with her.
The president Intended to have Mrs.
Taft accompany him on his present
western trip, but her health would not
permit.
READ THIS:
Dunnellon, Fla. Sept. 1st 1909.-I
have sold HalTs Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, o.. 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. 6 day's treatment in each
bottle.


WORD TO FREEZE THE SOUL CANAL CALLS FOR MUCH COIN


"Your son has coasaptlo. His
ease is hopeless." These appalling
words were spoken to Geo. I. Blev-
ens, a leading merchant of Spring-
field, N. C., by two expert doctors-
one a lung specialist. Then was
shown the wodarful pewer of Dr.
Kaing's New Discovery. "After three
wesks use," writeOs Mr. Blevens, "he
was as well as ever. I would not
take all the money In the world for
what it did for my boy." Infallible for
coughs and colds, Its the safest, sur-
est eure of desperate lung diseases on
earth. Sc. and $1 at an druggists.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
tree.


ST. LOUIS BELIEVES IN COOK
Trememdus Ovatie Given the Ex
plwwer in the Central City


St. Lous, Oct. 9.-Dr. Cook. the
Arctic explorer, headed the most Im-
pressive of the centennial week pa-
geants yesterday-the military, his-
torical and ed a.tle.al parade.
The greeting given the explorer was
declared to have been the most en-
thusiastic he bhad eptenmced since
hi arrival at Copenhagen.
Dr. Cook was surrommed by mount-
ed police, who kept the crowds from,
capturing the explorer.
Another popular feature of the pa-
made was the appearsaee of ofteers
and men of the United States tor-
pedo boat flotila. TIe Jaekles were
received with deafening cheers.
mOTH MOYS SAVED
Lelms Boon. a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich.. writes: "Three bottles
aof Wley's Homey 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 s as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all
dragglts.
I CAUGHT UNDER THE CORN
A N e Mill MHand 0mt-h-d to
Dsa in a Torrent of Grain
Atanta, Oct. L.-Caught under the
rush of teas of corn at the Atlanta
Mailing company's plant yesterday
aftermoom, Lowry Arubrugh, a negro
twenty years of age. was mothered
to death before relief could be given.
This story parallel the tragedy In
Norris' remarkabe story of wheat. In
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Expense is Meunting Toward Fifty
Million a Year
Washington. D. C.. Oct. 9.-The
Panama Canal Commission has for-
warded an estimate of $48,06:3,000 as
necessary to continue the construc-
tion work during the fiscal year of
1911. This Is ten million dollars more
than in 1910. Fifteen millions ere for
supplies and the remainder for gen-
eral expenses. Two hundred and ten
millions have been appropriated for
the canal to date.
CRYING FOR HELP
Lets of It In Ocala, But Daily Grow-
ing Lees
The kidneys cry for help.
Net an omqan In the whole body
so decately constructed.
Not one so Important to health.
The kidneys are the ilters of the
blood.
When they fall the blood becomes
fe l and pelsonous.
There can be no health where there
Is poisoned blood.
Backache is one of the first Indica-
tions of kidney trouble.
It Is the kidneys! cry for help. Heed
It.
Dean's Kidney Pills are what is
wanted. .
Are Just what overworked kidneys
need.
They strengthen and Invigorate the
kidneys; help them to do their work;
never fall to cure any case of kidney
disease.
P. Y. Smith. Having at 1206 Alachua
Ave. Gainesvllle. Fla., says: "My
wife was troubled for some time with
severe headache. She also complained
of a dull pain in her back. and was
nervous and weak. I thought that her
kidneys were the cause of her trou-
ble, and procured a box of Dean's
KMidney Pills for her. She received
such great benefit from the use of the
first box of this remedy that I ob-
tained another supply. When this
was used the pains ceased, and she Is
now no longer troubled with head-
aches. It required but two boxes of
Dean's Kidney Pills to entirely cure
her."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what their custo-
mers report.
Fbr sale by all dealers. Price 5O
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan'- -and
take no other.
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Rooms to rent for light housekeep-
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ICE! ICE!


*By In From ed Waum

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 dear
and perfect as it is possible to make
Ice, and is the most economical Ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


Washlngtos, D. C., Ot. 9.-De- a father, mother, five brothers, four
fending with eharacterlstlc vigor sisters, a wife and a two months
the Amerlesn navy, Admiral George old baby girl. Three brothers were
Dewer says that not onay is our with him at his demise and will
navy not a "blua," but he is com- with the widow accompany the re-
Sidet that It would give a good a.- mains home. The body was in
count of Itself should war ever charge of the Clark Undertaking
come. Company and will be shipped this
The admlralt rmsarks were esl- afternoes.
ed forth by a statom t aatrutoed -
to former Representative Ladis of DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
Iadis, who a st spechk at by local applications, as they cannot
N mt Itadvoattg a Ship rMeach the diseased portion of the ear.
S Jidy, reported to have smid There is only one way to cure deaf-
that "these Americans who are in- e, and ,/ ,s by constitutional
formed eoMMs er our navy a bluff." .-- .-* -.". s is caused by an
Th Par. ma 'Owa" caa.rBo6cker and straig -, of the mucous lin-
tSchian Tube. When
Sw- Aflamed you have a
s e .. M me was. rambling sound of imperfect hearing.
0_h_- 0_0_i_- t" IbOrimsO Ad- nd when It is entirely closed, deaf-
irai Dvey dismessed several nesm is the result, and unless the In-
phases of the avy. He expressed flammation can be taken out and this
himself as heartily in favor of ship tube restored to its normal condition.
subsMy lgislation and made a hearing will be destroyed forever:
strong plea for the continued up- nine cases out of ten are caused by
building of the navy. Catrrh. which is nothing but an In-
Referring to the remark attribut- flamed condition of the mucous sur-
ed to Mr. Landis, Admiral Dewey faces.
said that, of oMse, what the for- We will give One Hundred Dollars
mer meant was that the navy would for any case of deafness (caused by
be comparatively less I time of catarrh) that cannot be cured by
war without necesary auxiliaries Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
drawn from the merchant marin. culars free. P. J. Cheney & Co. To-
The admiral epresed the belief ledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75.
that ship subsidy legislation could Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
be secured were It not for the nation.
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This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's wanrings-growig
ripples and faster current. Natures
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 backache fly
and all your best feelings retan. "Af.
ter long suffering from weak kidneys
and lame back, one $1 bottle wholly
cured me." writes J. R. Blankenship.
of Belk. Tenn. Only M6c. a bottle at all
druggists.

MANEUVER NO MORE
The Bode, Campaign has Taught the
Military Authorities a Geed

Washington, Oct. &.-Joint manme-
vers of the regular army and national
guard are a thing of the past. At
least there will be no repetition of the
recent Boston campaign as lom -as
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Discover.
New York, Oct. 9.-Surfeited
with parading, illuminations and
decorations, residents of New York
are preparing to breathe one long
sigh of relief Saturday night at the
end of the Hudson-Fulton frolic.-
And just as they were congratu-
lating themselves that they would
not have to do any cheering until
Ney Year's Eve, along comes Chris-
topher Columbus and helps himself
to the first legal holiday. Tuesday.
October 12.
Oct. 12, 1909.
Just two days after Messrs. Hud-
son and Fulton have returned to
history to recuperate from the
roughest voyage either of them
ever experienced, the man who first
ascertained our whereabouts will
come back for his share of the mu-
nicipal applause. Judging from the
weariness of the folks hereabouts,
Christopher will have to do some
tall hustling to dig up a few cheers
for himself. Everybody is willing
to concede that he did a neat little
trick when he found our hiding
place, but no one has the strength
left to make a demonstration. There
may be a few warmed over cheers
here and there, but the populace,
for the most part., s cheerless.
Last week New Yorkers were
jammed off their own sidewalks by
2,000,000 strangers, and this week
they are Investing the small change
they have left in liniment. Unless
Columbus comes in on an airship no
one will see him, the custom of
wearing the face half way down the
back being universal since Wright
flew through the air and Curtiss
flew to St. Louis.
Next Tuesday afternoon, however,
26,000 members of Italian societies
will parade in honor of Columbus.
Unofficially Columbus Day has
been observed in New York since
1892, but it was not made a legrAl
holiday until the last session of the
legislature.

- MMY Oft Nd
aIms me-Gold a Medical Diem
wa suggested by one of its most Impore
aut and valuable IngredIests-Golde
Seal root
lNearly forty years ago Dr. Piere dip'
covered that he could, by the use of pae,
triple-efined glycerine, aided by a car
tawo degree of constantly mnlntained
beat and with the aid of apparatus and
appliances designed for that purpose, ex-
tract from our most valuable native me-
dicinal roots their euratv prperes
much better than by the me of aleObol,
so generally employed. o the now worlds
famed -Golden Medical Discovery," foe
the cure eo weak stomach, nltLo.- o
y la. torpid liver, or lusss and
kidrd dea madet a
It ever si wth t a a


- A DUTY ON GUM 1aM
i it is Imammp it W
Help America naval bns
Msm
Although the treasury depart-
meet in Washington puts ef in
quiries with the statement that a
decision will be reached in a fyw
days. and Capt. Henry Blun, Jr..
of Savannah, who interceded wth
the Federal authorities about the
matter, declines to diseaa It, thaew
was a well founded rumor amesg
the naval stores trade rosterday to
the effect that an import duty had
been imposed on rMin, asa the
Savannah News of Friday.
If this is true--and there seems
to be no doubt about it, though it
cannot be confirmed yet-It 1n a
great victory for Capt. Bus and
will mean much for the industry
throughout the length and breadth
of the turpentine belt. Prance has
been importing gum rosin Into the
United States free of duty and sup.
plying the consumers at a price
which was practically the produce
tion cost in America.
Prescb RoPlodsin O weptit
Several months ago the Savan-
nah board of trade passed resol-
tions protesting vigorously agatust
the admission of gum rosin free of
duty. Congressman W. G. Brant-
ley. of the First district, and the
senators from Georgia have for
some time been trying to eoavasee
the administration at Washington
that a serious injury was- being
done the rosin Industry by the
failure to impose a duty. But all
of these agencies seemed to avail
nothing, and French rosin coatin-
ued to come in in competition with
the American product.
Then Postmaster Blun, republi-
can national committeeman from
Georgia, according to the News, be-
came interested In the matter. He
went to Washington the latter part
of last week and in a business like
manner presented the case to the
treasury department odcals. liHe
had the facts and figures with him
and at the conclusion of the argu-
ment the matter was referred to
the appraiser at the port atof Phila-
delphis. Here is where ofical in-
formation ends, but a report wa
current among the trade here to
the effect that the appraiser had
submitted to his report back to the
treasury department, recommend-
ing a duty of 20 per cent. ad valo-
rem and that a decision had been
reached in accordance with this re-
port.
Is a Greet Victory
4I this is true it is a great vic-
tory. It will mean that resin
which has been shipped into this
country and sold for $5 a barrel,
for illustration, will cost the con-
sumer $6. as the duty on a $5 pack-
age at 20 per cent. ad valorem
would be $1. Just what effect this
will have on the domestic article
has not appeared, but one thing is
certain, the import duty will either
shut off the French shipments en-
tirely or will enable the price of
domestic rosin to maintain Itself.
Because of cheaper labor condi-
tions, and a limited demand for
rosin in France, the French product
can -be exported to this country al-
most at less cost than the domestic
rosin can be produced and supplied,
if no import tax is charged. Last
year alone something like 100,00
barrels of French rosin were im-
ported.

A FIRE HORROR IN NASHVILLE
Nashville, Oct 9.-Four persons
were burned to death yesterday In a
fire which destroyed a brick dwell'
at the corner of Eight avenue and
Jefferson street.
The fire was clearly of incendiary
origin. When the alarm was given
the building was enveloped in flames.
The inmates were hanging out of the
windows, begging for aid. The fire-
men ran up several ladders and suc-
ceeded in rescuing eight people, sev-
eral of the rescues being of a most
thrilling character. The four unfor-
tunates were In the rooms Just above
where the fire originated and could
not be reached. Their charred bod-
ies have been taken from the ruins.
Two negroes are under arrest, charg-
ed with the crime.
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mddlisl room, as t he tmbds avalt-
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have beem sM asted h I thSto ea-
mo les e mar be wel to mWe s r the
tlaomare n tbe oi ad ee-
eMt a the am eat r wes@8o1 that
the am out Jvi each year for as kel
wpemeMs hardly laUMen to 1p0"
the seoels rmm e that 6S to pa
d1oks tmere umalfa, there ocli-stal

meat dmiais as the preset eme sIt
Tha he meet sat peep F forgot
dht wplimr asdhedl blsUt ms
bilt anborrowed mmw. tie toatr
a which mMbp d the prI-
elpel eventually cleared ausp. With
tbeh ueem d fom efree-ttog se, the
eely way to met them aoem tlny I
or every- me wHhoa pareeIa oat the
selmIl eo Mmd at dwla aomd
abe et Oea b to ae daewm te their
pvsueta amd aM Idn aiu tt emsr-
tamey. The boerd of pubc MIrele-
OeR, after beiag appealed to by Mr.
W. BDllehk tad M&r. L. 1. AUBdesmm,
rllId to give 1d SIt the ciliaO. af
the owm weaml s le Sf, and jAds-
nbe b Mr. Gam's hNt this mniMn
t people are wilng to help and the
sao vdwe wil be dome.
COMMENIM l THE COUNCIL
We, the elvs aemmioas, e t he
WemAWs ClA, wish to espres our
hearty appeal the atios takes
erdtaimmc to prereut dealer s ge
ar edater ftr asle faui Wat Ms ot
be" pr-ose m im a d seether
besets. OW eo t resented the
eespoeles at the city mounacln ti
mailer men time ame sad it s
a"&d agratiflg to meow that it
mot mbeen forgotten. We wish no to
mhy eaderm Mr. el-sem~se
actiosm in latremalng such an ew*-
mmsae a trW that it uaot I-
peortaue w be Imp tressm em d the
mi at others md tehat t wil met
emly be put th uagh but lataoeeSwifth.
eot desy. lSwrely thug a hsbe sth*
the bea ot eow d, m Yet w at
weas be moW e mt
fU or vewetahe tst have b e5-
- totmh nos.Themmemem
deb ems "auet proec thir gmo
urm chk sales It is seemed.
Woman's Club CiviC Committee.
We ainel ade an aInvitalim to
en Ped r e pou t aw sdema-Im-
ray to be helMd aarday. Oct. 16th.
Prot Mem Se t tie Oserd ebhool
wol mase an addrm In the meaning
ea edumesm ad to the afterneemn Dr.
Dodget *of 01 will deNver M 8 d-

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tme Pjewele, Wto a p. mn. sad
mcpse to take teir tot i of me s
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,wm sweedeatu a beo at that Isle
m so M deade GNAy. ,weo to
the iwet,, yesm knw. I
The Lyte c.Mdrn, Car, BrI maw
Ota who ane attending our schoo,
west down to the sake yesterday aft-
emoe to spemd a dy wi their par-
ets Mr. ad Mrs. srak Lytle
Mm. H. W. LAmg of Martel, wnas I
town yesterday asd attedesn a met.
toe of the Dauhters ot the Coed-
racy. at wlebhich oran lm she to a
devtea member.
AM f the gh swhdm beelha and esp.
plimwe m ew Ymy Vus es m a so
NOgh asees beemw eoly at e a m mb

Troy W. Ball, s of Major T. C.
Rall ad a aradmto of the law de-
partmemt of W-vfton-Lee Uialver-
sty. co*mt-,pe'a" hang out his
shagle la Jacksoevle. Mr. Hall to
here vltctg rleud. b many Oesab
frtledo wl wish Mb amabudat sme-
cm In his e sees proefewse.
Walter W. Thompeon, hfr 23 year
in the sewsaper btm w n d editor
et the Key West CItoes, has na rS-
ed ad M.. I DasmaU anum editor-
ial charge oft the CItie.

0dI hias mn Tumbay SNK


neary Gabby. Pastor
9:45 a. m.-4- -day school.
11 a. m--4e e Suject, "A
OGat Spirtul Awakeniag."
6:4 p. m.--. Y. P. U. meetim
Subject "The Voluntary Principle In
7JU p. u-ubjeet of sermon.
"Yeouth's Toke."
A cordial Ivttatlem extended to all

eme p Fhpteep
7: a. .-Boly communlonL
9: a. .-Mornnalg prayer.
10 a. M -41umnd school.
11 a. m.--Lltay, holy conm-unlon
with serme. Subject. "If David then
call Rim Lrd. hwr is He his sonar
7:3 p. m.-Eveming prayer and ser-
mon. Last Suday the sermon was
a moral courage a exemplified by
Dvid. This suay It will he "Moral
Cowardice as xempUed by Pontius
Platee!
Week Day Services: Holy common-
Ion o Wedseeday and Friday at 7 a.
m. Eveatg prayer on Friday at 7:S
p. m.
Oa Monday St. Margaers Guild
will meet at the residence of Mrs. G.
C. Cra, ad the Juanior guild at the
rueldmce et Mrs. Porter at 3:3M p. a.


W. H. Coleman. Minister
10 a. nm-Sunday school.
8 p. m.-Junlor Christian Endeavor.
11 a. m.-Sermon.
7:2 p. m=,.-Sermon.
I Everybody welcome.
Junier C%, Program
Meets 3:S p. m. Subject, "Not
Idlers but Workers." leader. Nellie
Scripture leaso 24 Thess. 3:7-1.&
IPrayer In concert.
Bble lesson explained by leader.
I Chalk talk, Louise Spencer.
Leson story, Floyd Coleman.
Bible reference on "Work" by each
member.
General discussion of lesson by the
superintendent. /
ong.
Mismon study, page 236. Winona
Wetherbee.
BusIness. Roll al.
Offering. Song. Miapab.


R. B. Baraett Pastor
Sunday school annual rally day
service at 9:M a. m.
Preahing 11 a. a. and 7:So p. ma
pworth League 31: p. a.
The rally day program has been
prepared with great car and we have
no doubt that all who attend will be
delighted with the exereses. A cor-
dial Invitation is extended to all.
Rally Day Pregrem
Orchestra.
Sows
Scripture leesm.
ttGlormia
Prayer.
Exercises by primarie.
Welcome, Mildred Crosby.
omg.
Recitation, Rally Day, Margaret Lit-
tie.
Character Bullding, Nine Little
Recltation, Trying to Serve Him,
Irene Tompkn-s.
9-Rlatioo, My Company. Dexter
Phillps.
Exercise, Gthnerb. Miss Clara
Moore's class.
Somg. M- Bamettac dcs.
Beutatlon, My Gifts, Katherine
Iitner.
Exercise, Jewels for the King. Ms.
Taylor' class.
ReatedasM, Buth Boay.
g, male quartet.
Short adrea, Dr. A.L IsIlar, super-
latendeaL
Dkambsa. (L

A PORTRAIT ARTIST
Mr. T. A. Augerstlae, a well known
Europeam genre ad portrait painter.
a madnt et the Royal Academy of
Pie Arto at Berlin, Is lan the city, a
-st of tfe Lesuer Homee. He has
won comeederable face aa a type
panlater, having been aware several
aedals hor merit at Brussels, Betin
awl Parto. He will opes a studio at


No, I Pert Krng avenue with Messs.
F.amah*e aOI Rei el. Mr. Auger-
tine will be pleased to receive vIs-
Itorem from 2 to 4 eah aftereom. It
wvi he Interesting to see hm at woek.
He am has on exhibition several
anely emueted oil pantlgs, which
are open for spection.
Jim Hall of the Great Northerm
railroad, say prosperity Is in the
saddle In the west. a nmrants are
pouring In and much new land will
be under eultvatiet next year.

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
A re-pasimm ger automoble. two.
eylnder. chain drive, In Ant-class
eomdltlem and everything complete, for I
sae cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Tyding.


The hotel man at ustla who order-
ea a 5-gall.o can of oysters yester-
day from Crystal River will be great-
ly suprlsed wMhe n be receives the
can to ind It almost empty. It met
with an accident at our depot, fall-
ing to the ground from the express
truck. The can was partially crush-
ed and mot of the oysters were
dumped Into the dust and sand. The
attendant attempted to gather a few
stray bivalves up with his hands, but
these will be decidedly gritty.

NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This to to certify that I have this
day placed nl the city pound the fol-


DETROIT WON SECOND QAME
The ascond ame of th ser s st
the world's amplNamblp. played thi
afternoon la Pituabu, between De-
trot of the America LeagueM aN"
Ptttshurg of the National League, e-
slted ain a victory for Detreot by a
score of 7 to 2.
The guams NMady amd Tumesay
wil be played ta Detroit.
SHE'S THE UNIT

Detr it i. Weat Marry Use0 the
Iroo Win. thoe f..in..
Detroit, Mich., Oct. .--Detroit has
produced the Champion baseball fan
in Mim BelDe Corr, aged twenty-oue.
a wen known society r of this city.
She announced to her friends that her
betrothal recently made publiM to a
young bulneu man, had bees
changed to what she is pleased to
term a condieto** eagaement.
Mes Cors to an ardent frimd of
the TIgers and has wltnemed every
game played hern. So deeply Interet-
ed Is she In the ame that she has
Informed her ace atthat their eae*.-
meat must he considered 0o1ditieai
on the Tigers beating the Pitms
The young man is not pkmy~ng with
the TIgers, but he to I g.asagA
rooters' clubs to help them help him
win the girL
PARKER AND R ITCH SETTLED
THEIR TROUBLE WITH PISTOLS
Lake Butler. Oct. 9.-MeetIUn at the
depot here yesterday after quarrelin
at a drugstore, C. A. Ritch and John
Parker simultaneously drew their pIMs-
tols and began ring before Cetises
could Interfere. Ritch was hit by the
first shot fired by Parker and died al-
most instantly. Parker was fatally
wounded and placed on a train bound
for Jacksonville for the purpose tof
securing medical treatment, but died
on the way.
What started the quarrel In the
store is not known, but Is supposed
to have been over some minor matter
or some trifllur deft. Ritch was a
well known resident of lake Butler
pnd Parker was a traveling man of
Gaineville.
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT
ON THE SANTE FE


Seventeen Killed and Ten Severely
injured Ner Tepeka
Topeka. Kan., Oct. *.-geventeen
were killed and ten severely Injured
In a collision between a freight nd
a construction train on the Atchisme,
Topeka and Santa Fe railroad here
yesterday. Among the dead are elev-
en Mexicans. The others killed wre
trainmen and section hands. All of
the injured were Mexicans.

*PD RATHER DIE, DOCTOR,
than have my fee t "t of Mid IX
Bingham. of Princeville, IlL "ut
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) If you deo't,"
said all doctors. Instead e used
Bucklen' Arnica 8alve tim wholly
cured. Its cures of eesma. fever
sores, boils, burms and pile astmod
the world. Sie. at all druggts.
SHORE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
Per sale, eneap for cash, the black
mane formerly owned by Major Isler,
sIx-mouths old colt and rubber-tired
bugW. Write to or call on C. U An-
deron. care Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company.



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capitalist who failed during the lte
pani, and was seat to jaill for ba-
edal Irregularities and lately allowed
ball In the sum of 1 35,M, is feeling
quite hopeful under the trying cir-
cumstances, as the securities pledged
for loans have so risen in value that
they are worth seven million dollars
more than a year ago, and this amount
will about pay him out.

The pleasant purgative tf e-
perienced by all who use Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Uver Tablets, and
the healthy condition of the body and
mind whbch they create, makes one
feel Joyful.



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addia to our ot od hma to ait m toam n i
customers to select smethlar to have for a chamgW. We rg emty a g t d
Ing for a chamee to serve you, and It we ever have the pleasure. eI t ..
so, wU do our bet to pleue you. iOve us a trwi fer day ybomew."
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HARVEY CLARK, Ptop tSOk
SUCCESOR TO CLARK BROS.
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

WLRTTO, (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
boarding Ucheol fer Boys Cmusted by the Ststesof St. Josee. Toun=
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical. Intel-
lectual, Moral and Social LUne. Bealthy Location, Magaificent Swimming
Pool, Complete Zquipment In Schoolreums, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
umereaes.Rem
Apply r Precta to the STR SUPERIOR.
St. Joeph' Acdmy, Lore Florida


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JOHN SKELTON WILLAMS
AGAIN CONTROLS SEAO9ARD
New York, Oct. S--The reergatal
tion committee of the Seabard Air
LUne railway, at a meeting yesterday,
with the board of directors, tIncraed
the directorate to nineteen members.
Three directors, Thoms F. Ryan. of
New TYork, Ma J. Deooley of Rich-
mond, Va, and WlMam I. OGarrett.
of Norfolk, Va., were not re-elected.
The following were elected to all
their places and the three positions
created: I& F. Lree, John B. Ram-
a-'. John kelto WilUUliam J. Will-
im Middendorf, franklin C. Brown
and Hesnen jennings.
As at present constituted the board
has apparently a preponderance of
members friendly to John Skelto
William, between whom and Themas
F. Ryan there was a contest tor con-
trol same years ago. The manual
meeting of the company ill be held
Nov. lith and until then, it is under-
stood, nothing will be done toward
electing p president to succeed W. A.
Garrett, who resignd that office nd
also a msperal manager when he re-
tire4 from te directorate lest uam-
MWer,
Mr. Wialsm was former preide4*t
of the railway S Mr, Mddendrtf
former vie president
Messrs. Williams, Ramsay and Jen-
nings were members of the committee
which formulated the plan for the
adjustment of the company's affairs.

UP BEFORE THE BAR
N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts-
seld, Va., writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New Lfe Pills for years aad
fad them such good family medicine
We Wppuldpt e without themR." For
chilla, pat blUous e or
sick headabchp thay worpk woeers. z2e.
at al druggispa.
HEARST WILL MAKE
QAYNOR HUSTLE
New Tork. Oct, 9.-William Ran-
dolph keart at 1,;1 pO'clock this
morning announced that he wouo ac-
cept the nomination for mayor as
tendered at a Independent mass
meeting at Cooper Unio on Wednes-
day night.
Most women are troubled with kid-
ney cmpoptt, and you know very
many seous ande even fatal disease
remlt from thee negleeted kidney
troubles. If yeu will take DeWltts
Kidney and Bladder Poile as directed.
ron may be eooldent of good results.
Try them and ee fbow really ood
they a. Bewane of imltatoaM, pMu
that are Intended to decelve you. Be
sure you get DeWtt Sold by all
druggsta.


The Northwestern railroad of Chi-
cago carried 9 million passeengers
during the dseal year and not a pas-
senger killed.
FOR RENT-Bar an d stables, first
block north of hospital. Apply to J.
R. Brooks No. 9It North Second
street. Ocata. ML.
Chamberain's Cough Remedy aas


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Our entire stock at $75 to $100 off Spot Cash Prices. Te

be arranged to suit the convenience of the customer.


We have only about 15 Pianos to offer at these figures. Every Piano

y guaranteed. .

The Everett, Harvard, John Church and Dayton Pianos are too well

)wn in Ocala and Marion County to need an introduction.

First Class High Grade Organs from $5 to $75; $1 Cash and 50 cents

week.

Mr. R. O. Eagle is with us again and will make Ocala his home.. We

ikly state his capacity as a tuner is the best we have ever had the

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ing the suit of the city of Ocala against
Marion county was also approved and
ordered paid. I
The following Justices of the peace
reported fines and costs Imposed as
follows:
R. 8. Shortridge, July, fine $5;
costs, $11.63. R. S. Shortridge, Au-
gust, fine, $100; costs. $28.912
J. W. Lyles, .September fine $38$1
costa, 114.47.
Shortridge, September, fine, $100;
cbsts,. 84.34.
T.: A. McClann. September, fine
$198; no costs.
L., I. LHopktal, 'Sptember; fine,
$10i Jm tos 839.25.
C.. L" Grace, September, fiae, $1;
costs, $2.18.
Jos. Bell county Judge, September,
fine. $450; costs, $10.24.
And the following Justices reported
no fines:
R. S. Shortridge, July: C. C. Cur-
ry, Septelnber; J. 0. Turnipseed, Sep-
tember; W. W. Jaclkson, eptember;
T. L. Johnson, September.
Treasurer filed bis report of re-
ceipts and disbursements as follows:
So-oe- Fund
Receipts ...... ....... ......$104.9
Disbursements .... .... ..... 18.08
Balance ..... ..... .......$ 11.88
Reed Fund
Receipts ..... ..... .......$524.14
Disbursements ......... ... ..4500
Balance ..... ...... .......$ 75.14
County Proper Fund
Receipts ..... ...... ..... ..$ 54.74
Disbursements ..... ....., ... 37.00
Balance ..... ........ ..... 19.74
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receits ..... ...... ...... .$22.55
Diqbursements .... ..... ..... 275."
Balance ...... ....... .....$ 47.55
Building Fund
Receipts ..................$ 99.77
Diabdrsements ...... ...... ..0 .00
Balance ...................$ "9.77
Total balance ............$279.0$
Board adjourned until regular
meeting Tuesday after first Monday
in November, 199..
S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.
GOOD FARM FOR SALE
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MARKET REPORTS

Pineapples: Fa. 24's $2 0 $2.75;
r0's $1.75 @ $2.50: Ws $.5& 9 $2;
Cuba 24's $1.75 @ $2.35.; Ws $LT75
$2.25: s's 815.0 $1.75: Porto Rico
24's $1.75 $L245; 3rs $1.75 0 2.4;
3's $1.25 S2.10.


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90 acres cleared and under gIod 1.40 8 $6.. 4 g A
fence, balance timbered, one mile from Grapefruit: Calif (auction) $1." -,
a sub-district school: a $-room two- $4.63; Fla. as to sise and ripenessA $& d d ai -
story house: one stack chimney; a @ -g6| Mw
splendid well of water; good barn and Watermelons: As to size and kind C ind =4 MsdAL
outhouse The land is as good as per carload $40 9 $125. -
can be found in Marlon county for .
truck and general farming. Terms P 2s ab *0
reasonable. D. N. Waldron. Oak, F. Pneapples: Red Spash 24's $1. n I
82.25; 30's $1.25 @ $2; Ws $1 0 l b
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s 4 I. W e Joyo f livis. Amen! oeaeal Artola, oe of Tituas the ai o the h. i la, t .'
as at A Address te secretary from OctO- Camar's generals, AInvaded North The proposition has roueed so day have a pretty fair Idea of what If ye ae Intaeested In or ae tWhba bu Na
mO We wo th Y her .18 at Aves Park. Wales. The lArst account we have much Interest nto England that the it was Ilke. It was at omce a palie, ear, ther inothi Ot r the ma ey s pSgEt
Mre to a a me -ea. Grac A. Townaead. of the order spreading lnto other cost for wages of the original tam- temple, i ad fortress. Its walk hill.-hlming sad sand-pullag ea t
t''e r Smid'"a aaui.mei. Oct. 10. countries is I the fth century, pie has been computed. The Agaes were o stone, a co withltaA tWe eg b cls
when It was established in the are staggering, $226,240,000! the onslaughts of a battery of o
II @ullats Ciga e Ra TIVE A RT|g8palsh domiloans under the Ro- It has been computed that each era field artillery.L L A M IL
t- I ma a dispeansation. In the sixth member. of the king's levy who The SUdeiasas, eitiseas of Wdea,
woNw of A peak g wasortn k e ceatury Kaing Heary established worked on the temple was paid went to Mt. Lebans and deaastat-
-0-036p 1 an d 044Odd FellAowship ia Portugsal. In about $6.60 a week. Their weekly ed It of cedars for the temple, "-tor ST
er a theh. -beat -the t s pricesL(no the. twelfth century it wa st wage would be $80.000. and for the the Sideaans aw e mre -kilf --.
S- -.b --s -ow ) with a full and or-w listed Ina race and afterwards in thire years $12,500,000. This i- than our people." as the Bl A
* n S p 8"W e wotfp w1 ,a ful ant Basland by John de Neville, at- bor account alone Is appalling, yet aa. Fr ths work lemo aMt
SAle(e' et e tr ca a t Me- dede by Ave kaights of France. Masons here believe that the wok King Hitram of lyne sannaly eat 'PU UDest
,ghhwho formed a Grand Lodge of ca obe done agaln. tgr M o rata, soar, barley. e n p w
.-.I n 4M l e soondo, which order re- ,Solomon raised his le of and wlae. Selemoms ,sm artisas .
__ mailed until George III, when a 000 skilledmen and worked th were boed by U m ad the --
*;ag -.. W par t of them began to form them In three shifts. He was also as- wre a nled work en to youm u rs -w
I iM> tol selves l e seso Into a unions and a portion slted by another force of between do the heavy work. e o Lh .
b t <- *i < t QI se tis account the lodges, which re- 3.300 foremen, who ect steps la nworklf on the teme for amree -
500 A-rmain and are very numerous, call the quarries and carried t down to yearM, aecordnla to the late Dr. T a ry nr am e .
s in i themselves Loyal Ancient Indepen. the ate of the temple. --ick. the noted Germa archae-
MOM dent Odd Fellows, being a part of The undertaking of suchawork ginglAM ES R. M OO R- EA
s t I ue MW- the original body. today would create a new crisis I In te -wWu t-t- of wages paid
f Odd Fellowsip was founded in the labor world. Yet it may be to the men, totafag smsee, -e a
Sth I the United States on the 26th of done _no acouat is taken of the carvers
SOM VWhis mlSai WM an April, 1819. by Thomas Wildey. King Solomon. according to Ma- gilders, artists., worker la preele s
Se~WA I- 6 1e a a ham who was born In London January stones, ad the oe tmes. who
-.90 baus 1-t N mW 15th, 1782. He emigrated to
SI Americ In July 1817, and reached Prit w lved a di thd r de- T
a 818fy 1 RS Baltimore Is September following, t twoInthesaacred structure. -
y hu I WBoe he became acquainted withe Te mOre whKo nad of re d .a a .
n l II I Jobs Welch. Tbese two .entle- clothing outfts, h. areds of thoe- 4. A
-- t--r -- .-- n wee the a mn to move in the e a of olMei Vesel a ote - __ b^_.'
-tig--"-- ......- ~ matter of forming a lodge &aad they r RMAL DR C ORMS cos t w.at f-or ,aa-ce. aid ming,
a e -W own&&a A IT = to publish a notice f or a _1rol
--------------l---TO- yaw bMi -*--w "' sg*ir meetingof Follows. The arst Stables were built for the e.al
_1W s gaege to try to ---etus meets uder thMs ce ll was heldI "'na to be sacrl a aego d Ism&


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-g *, S-" th oh1ps la kease v deaor at cordially N. ., te. mo A. BouOier, W. M. t-on eIr wI With tlrMa wl T we have OWd, for ." -,s+ ,e
S0 a e ato l sw aa rs tch adA ,o' W. V. he eler Secretary.
lrW set we k the d ms eratomeetl suet e ya wsu ca s es ad a te I.ra soc T m I
ONb unde r aeoe asimseft was a real OCA .A Ca APd KI. L A. Mr goods. We ask you to try or warramse I o o Us r.
s-i__s .ht sle Ape.rIL The h.Pon- .. .1 -peopleoftht. .



eo.rub d pl u y laem to et t Re lar covot lo4 w or the wOcala y Underweart a o ee h eat ... et ysil Sd.lwa
Maijthhiula to aju ril.esto to meilChleb No.e, R. A. L. on thel tao he to o
a nbie' s prl v as l e ster m ono F arid a eve month ate t m., oods.
MresIL, W. Brow., -tato sopety pN. L Gotttleb, L. P.
ONIapari. Tbe t a spr e t Je JeBrown.Sretary.It
two- MtNONAe y Theoftrunks.tuitscasesa"abvenottnwebeeen
m Aperd book at the stateWconvem-Wo w I t CAMP
gemaamU= tiesnIn el d -t Aprm sTes cl*t AMto Thely lace-beO. re4 hi
yon saesdafooMrtoh bnchefithusttsmofnsleIwho
Wpme m e so gene samertered byb Nextfregularimonthly
Ienegwemthe eOt byIO the seretar of thleader.efwwts many ill be t heldo rombe" tof oot.
o rndo Wow tof ab a d ato Or Kr. ADHerh isaIwork5OfntPre"adeyofi04,4November 12th, at .
11a1h00bmM mitoPei arooelyt anhed had abe ft7:30dloW na etabge byL thVisitte r
mayr u es me meharpe iniu sides an s vOrersg.'i rmeansoldies are w aways wertheo r catoth KIeIc l
m a tr 1e'm oithe i s during the Rom, n ea A ft mpy rdc.ehesieU. te emC. le






o a 3 7em tate: reig oNoh whywe Somnca lledpOd becl-
Mrhb N A. e astee n the er-slate om- lowo? Woen was the benevolent
S M thse I .. va orderOf0e6 F5 t whc Fllows established?

ma@ s N Mw a w ro o d om eek d e w w g n or n h t.hisbet tte N w-story connected With thisaottt"M,
in mi o e m A d min. me tofMr.d eestb utand for the bene ftt of those who
esm. Tmasva*euee M SN UNIslodas mat as maim street. want to be dpyormad the writer -cn-
as eembecarlls ..mpsddeud" to briem l t place before his

esg 3, 3hth iaf tobyh ats "s life w Thea d ipen-of sthe orderdof 0 dd
4V ,lowa i s I believe in b eaty r the llown th A e stoblitsed bys the oR- already bees stated. the5.- il a ing a a trditio warM theA alt aree-d
WagSWW agsoon On e ss e sides an a esiverern uastler ist ant soldiersfrN 0., th After the ore given by Titas Caesar. te pw orlo, o of mter of the eratt of the Noswak
Ahumb I W Ahmm& 900 t ryM" hredem w mow& In U. tim m ta h der of thf gs rdan, thedove f Rome,r n ftheuYear A. D. sr, slarwlyordW. The site of the f etsle


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Mallory LIddon Is In town today to
CANIZING DONE spend Sunday with his family.
IICESL FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mary school building. Apply to W. L.
FI Colbert at tax collector's office.
J. J. Tucker the wheel wright at the
Martel mill. was In town today.
The best package of paper, linen
el eth ah1 26 ets per per nd, and
auvelspes to mateh at Oesal News Co.
Joe Thomas represented Sparr in
:GRAPHY tn today.
Holeproof Sox for men, guaranteed
0I inf amreS- l for six months without holes, at
S" Phel's.


Howard Academy has early 400
pupils enrolled.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gerig's Best. Sc. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. Lum Priest of An-
thong, were in town today shopping.
Holeproo HRose for ladies, guaran-
teed for six months without holes, at
Fishers.
Messrs. Tom Cook. E. M. Clark. C.
W. DeMartin and T. H. Richardson of
Gainesville, were registered at the
Montesuma Hotel yesterday.
Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed


the towns along ue A. c. I- a MNtr as 0 A* / _.
County Surveyor Alex Moorhead Is WOODMA RENT Melate then to reM aa ak a" -----
a busy man, never dle a moment or to Citra and every town eo the S. A. Is' W i S^no
resting on his oars, but this morning GUaOODWIN BUNGM W-O rish L. bhck to OesCla te edl the saw Sea a. n
the Star reporter found him reading ed modern plumbing; r nlg water; mill at 'Meadows. .h Iaaded ot to tas me harmdl
a love letter. When accused he blush- etyleneas. $10 per week.actual voters M of his pamphlet
ed a blood-red crimson. Next week AROYLE COTTAG --Parnlshed; and they 'all proved to read th em
Alex will continue his surveying at running water. $5 per week. He was greatly pleased with his trip.g
McGehee & Mayo tract east of Sum- BLAIR VILLA-To rea October "
merfield. 1. for the winter; furnished; runntoa Mr. 0. A. Carmuiehel habS et5ned et aO hio* ph ...b
water: modern plumbag; acetylene from Hot Sprin-g, w he hea beemn 1 Cf A e -
Fstor a clear ong mind, a stout En and rly as. per month. for some time taking the waters tfor "
strong mind. DeWltfs little Early David Woodirw. his rheumatism. He was great ben- .l s. .
Risers. gentle, safe, easy, plesant it-1 Holder Blocak, Cm la. eted by the trip. thti t iSW "gtt .
tle pills. DeWitt's Carbolised Wlteh
thing where a salvet isneeded, and Is AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Ims mys Hem. W. LZewad and
especially good for piles. Sold by all t- r family left that city Thmndy for *.-
drugg8ts. l A 22-horsepower Buick touring ear, v' l w 0 0
ruggi entirely renewed In all Its wearing Ocal Finel uummt--
Will Borden has leased the Fort & part, newly painted and In fine shape. the
Lucius pool room at the arcade. The for sale cheap. Apply at the Star of- .e is there r
lic.,,wMess Bl1 anda B aGrimaCre t nag A..L
late proprietors trust their friends c the river, were In with a la at or- It
will continue their patronage faith ---------- ages, for which they fetnd a ready i
Mr. Borden. -ale.,a at ase-alew i
BOARDERS WANTED-Two young Miss Phances Hale the toehier at i 1 .
men or couple can obtain first-class Mess BlufI came up today with MI,0 % jSa 1 i
board and room in private family. B. Martin and returned In the a w rio
Apply "J." care Star. tv noom .
If you want a good lead pencil buy Mr. MerrelL, the awyer IaT the a 1i 1
one of Gerig's Best, Sc. at the Post- Martel Luaber Co, and M Da* Mi i i.O3
office Drugstore. the saw fler, were la town today. e '
latter's little sm has -been qte do" "-
Binl Hogan, who is a good Judge of but Is growing better. l na y
cattle. snys that the blooded stock
Mr. S. T. 81strunk has on his river Mr. P. G. lPits O"eta1 N4. 1., "
plantation are in splendid condition. writes: "My little girl was i el
and It was done on Florida grass. beneted by taking F lays Orb
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Tailoring K. ofP. mat Mosday night.
m cannot he Tuesday evening.
ca not be odd PIlows meet Tuesday night.

compared sglea met -Wednesday evenlg.
h FP. of A. m.ets Thursday night.
Rebekasb meet FPiday evening,
A fOther Syl Tablets, penefls, Ink. etc, at FIshers
AV Mr. B. K. Thrower of Gainesville is
a guest of the Oeala House.
It ilsa ie od Boy's school suits and pants at
Fishers.
Of it O n- Mr . Brown of Gainesville, is
S lrsegistereed at the Ocals House.
S Leek over Fishers five and ten-cent
mamntau do to
SMr. T. J. C. Park of Macon, Ga., is
sea e Ideal I-Mr. T**I
Bargains In dishes and cooking
result utensil at Fishers.
Mr. K. A. Goodbred of White Springs
V is a late arrival at the Ocala House.
This Chldren's ready-made dresses, all
slies, at Fishers.
rOK is hard to Mr. S. J. Warren of Brooksville, .s
9GO a late arrival at the Montesuma.
desibe here. wO RNT-House on South Third
street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.
SSee f0o nYOUCff'the Mr. John P. Pedrick came up today
t6frm Dunneflon.
Judge Titcomb of Dunnellon, was
In the city last night,, and attended
the performance at the Air Dome.
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream In 25e.
and 6Se. Jars at the Postofflice Drug-
store.
Mrs. Lee Miller of Jacksonville. Is
here, visiting her sick sister. Mrs.
Arthur Clark.
FOR RENT-A furnished residence
well heated In Arst ward. Apply to
F. W. DI:r w
A large crowd came in from Dun-
S W inellon on the noon train. It was pay
day down there yesterday.
Use Palmer's Lotion after shaving.
50c. and $1 bottles at the Postoffice
Drugstore.
Mr. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha. Is
among those registered at the Ocala
House today.
IU. C. Davis & Co., of JacksonvillLe
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
Messrs. William Meade and H. C.
Wall of New York, are guests of the
Montezuma.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
S 2 0 one of Gerig's Best, Sc. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
otor cars for Mrs. H. W. Long, who attended the
U. D. C. meeting yesterday, returned
oit There is to Martel this afternoon.
WANTED-A first-class young Jer-
for this car y cow ing milk. Apply* to C.
CUr AJones at the Ocala Bottling Works.
I I H Y, Mrs. Will Goln and Miss Eloise
Smoak went down to Homosassa this
do Florida afternoon .to visit Mrs. J. J. Williams.
Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court

Mr. R. A. Palana. of Dunnellon, Is
a guest of the Montesuma.
Have you seen the new visible Pay.
SSholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
t general agents.
'IThe Montesuma Hotel had 40 arri-
uivs yesterday.
Wouderhose for children;, guaranteed
OF FIpgK TlRe. Aft 1 to wear three months without holes,
25 cents a pair at Fishel's.
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SI4AOWOW LAST NIGHT o MVT
T1is 1 12 Is ist eve*isa
the Air Dome. He has eatiy II11U __V 10110111,
opened a mine of amusem t. fto T
which Oat, people have dug -my -- any i e i "
gems of wit, and they didn't have to a-l +in8 in^& -..++ .-++
delve dee either. Buy Cream Flor, trem o i -
There s the usual arry of exel- ed.
lent pictures and the weather Is ideaL tO Jt It*a YOU y Aft ith d ML -- %+f
You will not be contented with your- V n ., O ,ii ~fete
elf If you ta away from the Air no more for it thin othn .
Dome this eve g.High grade lou r. Ev- 1111 -16
Mr. T. A. Steele- who represents the
Good Luck Baking Powder Co.. of mY PWUd of it gU5aTr- dbm ^ n" a.s
Richmond, Va.. Is In the city and will lh i ft
make Ocala -hi headquater. Mr teed (t be the bet that In mudte t g ''w
and Mrs Steele wUl be at home at tb. L i 1111-111-11 ..be......on
Mrs. Win. Anderso's. Thn It Is that C&t ba Ibe lU e frI m e t SIt l thi srit ll ina" '91i5ll-8K1B H
the Sunny Jim train brhtgs people to -- S
Ocala lastead of taklcng them away. Winter whft. S Oi-d he meeit 5 at- *0 a AL
be h"elt s14 Nov. 31M
We want yer w Mesr ptilo wort usively by
a-d aL prepared to e-er ye u the mostT HEY H
skilled pharmacilsts and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tyding. & t 8o Adbe s e M te at '
"- a tT E A P 0 T I1 Te
Mr. Moody of Bradeutown, who now tbi i ,a W e m --
spent the summer at lake Weir with GRO CER 1Y cWc, tEw at m -
her son, Mr. Dell Moody. Is now the p Ilatb. Ta 1 duMIt N 111o 1 7 eyn11111311
guest of her sister. Mrs W. 8. Pike. -W"- -ed a ethe a e 1 m me Us aL
Toung man, waeeian amnomce- PHOTOGRAPHS WANTED wlfe t e n f thfle1 9a1r e11,6. U ]bu
mfnts are in order. If you want yours SLestoous bt.r eeomeslS2 a I I d IL .I*
to soof be made, don't fall totboe her Any person who has a specallay ever had to hy a hat. 1 e% r- mSM
a box of Belle Med SweS every ev- good photo of a flock ofatchiclma&, sal- dreg-fgma, p h at @^syl, lmu -.y
enUi when you call. They. a to be mais or farm crops Is requested to k Rl l t as -ier-M In trIm g- -s- J 8
bad only at the Court Phaiiacy. send same at once to the office of K the salewet dirt she never har s"
T. Sistrunk. Ocala, for use In Him- raise her skirt, or ear the MB 1 Ad M l O- -e 7B
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer. treating a booklet descriptive of Mar- staring .eau es i beasee e wefe et -
who have been speadin the past Ion county which will oon be issued m o hoes. No o s OA s aM were there y
month In New York state, will return by the county commissIoners. AX to safe a"d MOW her ueothem weaOe uet1* C A4 '
home tomorrow. Mr. Rbelnauer did a good agricultural scene will be con- of style. No matter where she a hmM -- a IIqI
lot of buying for the store while In sidered. Prompt action is requested. ed to be. no woman better r gaMsl
the metropolis. t!han tel
FISH AND OYSTERS And Adam. 0 the lueky aWy, so haE _.t._ __
Mrs. B. T. Perdue has been quite no oase, tie sto Iby: ; i-Waer
sick for the past ?ew days. Mr. Per- Presh salt and fresh water th, kt. what Ill weir tedayT" No Iwt *
due came up from Richmond yester- side and outside oysters, shrimp, etc., la-drby to pay. No i 1 *
day to remain with his wife until she received every day. Tempow 1-. mam0 to -A*O him 411or1W .e
gets better. cation south of west end of the eity ittoS U the bslr. MS *Nemis 0
market building in small wooden bai0, 0 meota to po1A, 0 M wAltn 1r S 1 ...
The audience at the Air Dome last building. William Tucker, Phone 219. his wife to dreea. O waa It a ''
night was marked with quite a num- rag to don;: ad whe hee l \ f-i'
bher of school children. They greatly SKILLED PAINTING was nome tirsme tOs lay itU t
enjoyed the pictures and the vaude- -- away; just shake a leaf tald-1to t
ville. I am prepared to take ay Job of hay."-Ta-npa Tri~e. "OTM .
palntilng. no matter bow large or how
There is no game law against any small, or. bow fie the work desirtd Miss Bettle Wrayr ver wl tn-
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL nmay be. I have the s material. brnsheo d Mi ~ an DolIer a si Ol.ck
TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma- and knowledge to paint and do i simer me1t Fray evelg. M an
lari chills and fever. Price S eenta right. Houses painted side and out 0 Doaerill bride Oct. L SNh, W a-"- M
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he-'ll Gratlnag, glag, hard o etah1u1 MKiS MIM vela will be oe aof the brUea- t
probably know. varnishing and lettering and aigin manl1. @i0A l 'Unw
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Judging by the music heard last Address P. 0. Box S1, or leave word Mr. Kyle Wartmann at CUra sa IOT NOW A-TH
night at the Methodist church, the at the Star office. K. W. Fl faw, the faIthful and efficient iee --tt a
Sunday school rally tomorrow morn- Ocais. Fla. tf fr te l Watimlnra sta at that Yo eaan .Mild#
ing will be a very Interesting oca- place, was In the city yesteraw. We oM- ail lid I -~.W '
sion. regrt Mt state hSe health ais tt oed. fam. w =-a elsae
on. R&He will' take a trip to New Ttrk vima I SMi U t Ad &V. *
Thels latt l bee aed 4HI steMMi, to get oa the bwemtk Of the m W 0i--
TMhestagestrd oyhe Mgt ke .air. We trust is Jmourse may be Mbta0m .
finet genis l line of books eed shonone of pless, health -aS preft.

Mr. Mason Tyson is getting sub- Court eonvanes at T avreae Mony0. -0a 1
scriptions to a fund to bring fast 3.uge W. D 8. andock, s te l Ai aer s ae 'g .
horses to our race track during the a mwi attend.
county fair. A thousand dollars are wA e *
needed and about $800 of this amount TH PE NAL LEMENT A M
has been subscribed. It will be quite *The yal -Tmpers eUsls a "no e ft ,
an attraction, as everybody loves to That enters Into my prutice is a chbldre's orm mn ld v Y -s K .
see speedy animal skim over the powerful factor to my success. Interesting m ig at M e. W.
race course. I give each patient my pe. MartIn's yesterday afterMooM. Th We have a fw"
sonal attention and take an late-se growi pe e brought a eup of aar ally ine writi
C Davis i Jacksorille Interest In every case. and a dime and the children made take a t lek at
handle silk ty o wrst rJle, Optics is my astant study: the tdge and had a nmeal gohd time. Drgate.e: rl ,
heande ?Si.k tyewr doses Y. relieving of some unusual eye d41- The dime west toward meestig a ..
each; $7.6e per don. f my great peaamre. frame for a picture of Mlm Phmn-es _ -
A marriage certificate was Isued DR. D. M. BONTY, Wilard, to be presueted to the prm .i.
thA marriage bcertificate wasIssued ByqlghtSps ,eTM k Owls
this morning by Miss Daisy Bell to Ocalesight pl, which will adorn O theb wall of these s onIl turdy. ,.
Joe H. Jones and Carolina E. Sum- Oce hours: 9 to 10 a. m. d school room. Mr. Brltt Olt -.
merlin. 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical o1eo school room. Mr. Brit Banders has VOUN
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary kind promised to frame It tr he -
LOST-c-inds gold bracelet some- block. Geammm t p ;:i.S
-where on square or between Holder Ih a orn thlt Mr. A. *, "l
tokDW and 1 receive a rewae rn HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT Delosst brought ems t on exh - "
Supt. J. H. Brnson had a number The A. E. HNadloy homs, sne *f the ears m fully a tfet lon.. Them are cerk, city carrier, rural
of-meet oven.et and best but osenss, ei gst of tahem sad came frem a S A^ rirm e wated.
of visitors this morning. Among the lage lot and all enveleses In the eof acres, with an edtimato av- amint Im & l
teachers calling on the superintend- houe, locIated in third w rd u near Mig eae yield of e biushela to the acrm Ocais sol .Sa t ho IB
eat were Misses Kerr and Beck of sshol building, for rent or sale. Ap. The eorn leoks ighty Use, bt am amnthly, annual vamti
Fellowship, Blanche Proctor of Shady, ply to David Wedrew Hoder better than you wll se at te Marien i. slSg,
and Irene Miller of Port McCoy. Blo, Ooal, Fla. County Ialr brown here. Th1esade 1T
Messrs. r al..u e & alsell are SEED OATS FOR SALE Ike Nichols of aleview was In you ; ity m eakntr'
prepared to' do all kinds of repairing town today ad reports a on the have chasles t III i
of furniture, also upholsterinlg. All Marion county grown rustproof and sickt list, as well as hs wife, who Is inemoe ag gaeeoamn. 1wgs |
work will be first cla and t price Burt or 0-day oats. Z. C. Chamblas. still down with fever, shia dunt October and n..Uin
exceptionally reasonable. Mr. Auger- t ito IS l se. W SW.iS-o ^
stein, the portrait artist, has made M ELECTRIC LIGHT Isame Nix. the srces amer Sebeea Dept.W 10 6 6J
headquarters with these gentlemen FIXTURE FOR SAL near Benevew, was Ia tMs morn-
oil portraits can be had for about t An elegant electric light ixture, coasideraMe sickness is hi *sel H
same e ice that the average pictouest $38. will sell for a small portion -M a
man sells hs photo Give us trial of its cost. Is in fine condition. Ap- Mr. Clade L'ngnle made a very e to
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