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NRATH TE BLOW OF THE
fy rom, NG
Key West, ., Oat. L3-As a re-
sult of the Ihu M whsh stru
thbe saouterm n at 4 lada ytr.
day =mob&ag Ke Wiet l se mi
In estimated 4 WMUSM. Martial
law wwas paeb dia t e mayor
gr palrng the alli.
As soon as te toa ad subsi..ded
e beg The e y -olice
wae unable to cape wfh ta eitiWe
and the mayor daet b take stat
martial law mresul
beoow ahdo& to igo tmeep hb-ere
without desay, to M=idt I natroUt
the storm swept aw. e
Chaes reigs on hem add few
people remalsls la beims, hum-
drede of which haN8 beesato
taly wre ead or4"*eM to
posble at this -
thae ha1s e It r
It is kNOws tha have reelrve
ad more serious ljny -4 pagt
are current that yaveig vea have
h at. ht these -aW ml been
The storm reached Ha height at 1
o'elock yesterday aftarmea. w,
the wind reached ap eNsmd vulhe-
Ity of 1 mdles an heo. Thar. was
a hard, steady blew fre S a. m. to I
p. is., when the waind bem to d
dowa. and by 4 o'lock the O ent
the hurricane habd pae th
.Wbft the buixoa* 'Mi4 E44v
all f $WPM
412 moftthV yamw* 9em*lto
Ir to e47" to
4.,Nowe "ft GO ol40 d
A* 00s W"W46r81
4GNPam olwen y-
~: ~: '
Af A obs f o 0HARD I 16
WIava-4 Oft..IL-The V" see-
Ond& lipthe 054' "I Harm.., Umv
WOW -AW* wereblow& ON# I
one hy m emtwo* Vwoo. *fOw ONi-
damage dpuewIE~t be erW q
19s*I f to0 -o t1
w~ftameight ") it ?q
a4w pMon 006m ft ho W34
DachIMV pAln~ka Isis.toP *sW
I M no *aurasof ec"aNtow
soft bob, bum$sowPalflt~~q
the Ve Oo t ~il U
usekeee up"ase OemS Rvwa*e
oft Appssla, Me..MIMe.~
tlna f.r bell oulwd ea msade.
Noew wo taken to Tembe prises
yesterday afternoon His sao accom-
ONE LONI OUTLAW
Deed the lUNe Lawsr Ima Pmemla
Pensacolae 0um te
was OWe upday ,.. S
eatg to u lew viatle. t
the letter. NMt eyv a newspaper o
elegn qMd be pumehased, whbie these
houinmbpemr who tiled to provIda
heemUn lveu with bread Wol wdul*,ged
sther artketab "Mu y ad to uuy
1jO4F~IWCANNOT W cum&
byw applat a they cannot
nech the dimmed portion of the ear.
There ia only one way to cure deaf-
no.O tha A isby meiat-oal
remiedlea. Deafnes I caused by an
fUmed condition of the mucumos ln-
Inm of the Dataehian Tube. When
the tube Is Inaemad you have a
ruNd o Iof perfect bearing
sad wfn It ls entirely cloasd, deaf-
ano Is the resat, and unless the in-
Sammatie ecan be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
beartag will be destroyed forever:
nine cames out of ten are caused by
eatarrb, which i nothing but an in-
tlamnd .condition of the -mucom sur-
We wgl tive One Hundred Dollars
for amy cam of deafness causedd by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Mals Catarrh Cure. Send for clr-
ulars tree. P. J. Cheney & Co, To-
lado, Ohi. Sold by all druggists. 76c.
Tab ami's rW mily Prls for eoatlpa-
rOTED AUTHOR SEEKS DIVORCQ
T Andon Oct. 12.-J. 3. Barre,
lit and playwright, han entered
a Is Landon (or divorce agataist
S W.. who was MIN Mary Ansell.
I-'tres. Mrs. Barrie aoted charm-
R RF ja her husband's farst play, the
L at little farce "Walker. 140
t It was said by dramatle. riti
S .n her case marulag enled re-
to I.-nt and that M Barre became
Jamatstot we in some measure
9 'o'*en.. of his wife.
S-mello, la., Bept. 1st, 1i 0.-I
have sold HaI'O Texas Wonder of St.
Loua. No, for alx years. Every bo.
t'1 sells aeds a enstomer for It It in
wa~ m eari for kidaTe. bladder and
lmatlc tronblea. Geo. Ohnmacht.
M -rchant *. aya treatment in each
PHipO APHS WA14T#@
Any peruqq who haa a specially
mead s 0% o4 a Stock chicken, an(-
am* 9 f tam crops is requesWe $0
sand same at once to the oftee of S.
T. strunk, Ocalaa or use In llus-
traUag a bo eWt @Werptive of Mar-
eo on vt ph will soon he Stasat
b. t"e anoy ~ eV mn'eerY py
"0 a m oltaoa oeene wl 9e -
* 514106 requess.
I AN* PIOVN
Thit Ia qp of *Sehia n ton
Abl te mo Ube n Wel6.4
f gP*th4s Ocola a'denu ave seen
the instant exprewlot s praise for
DcanB's _Ctdne a~l and read about
the nd VOR they have done Ia this
Not another reotdy ever pro.
such canwvStim o poet of serit.
Tbos. n ei tviag at 31g Morria
Ut, setUqL na, s aya: rA few
imi 4w I n as evefe attack of
hse Nick, and was forced to op
wok, I ei not bead o9V r o po
u PU OFU WIt o ufferin tn-
md tmowhd ^o p in ovt ment 4
2 W I s itar towe
a -.j as a( n iytlr l
Str1igten. I uAed
l Onents. but received no
I previstuy nsed Dal's
ldney Pdll an4 had rMeeved umh
try theOM a V. ohes cured me and
I hyp n e had any kidney trouble
sie, I tmold a friend of this reendy,
and he used them with the same bene.
Sf P P ~f like this from
Pla e Call at Tydbag A Co.'s
M oea"d ask wbat their custo-
gate br aM = e%. Pice g
frester-A _., sfaloi
Tork ipte acge pr the Vilted
w emat a"d q$rebh na lak, in-
( s e gWs q phr*0p, etc..
mweqt td the city
sm inmen wwooen
1 0rsM i to tae any Job of
SNo& 29 intur How large or bow
UL hbw m. tue wwok adesred
am be. I have the material, bresaJ
ad kamwledge to palat anU S
rift.b HIaew pa valft sa out
MqRq A 'eWM FOR BAw
ese-, ewes tow cask the bla-k
War loemeily owned by Major la.rs.
stx-umestha old cell and rubber-tired
baggy, Write to or call on C. I Ahri
deman, are Ocala. Lumber & Supply
AUTOMOLE FQ" AL4
Ar n~ r Atom#[*, to
a- a *, t~~n Bratwo-s
.. levtW a in p t for
star o*w. As t, C. R.
FAANGS 000 FORTVN
OCuengi Ol nSwlebaen Woke to
Pled Himself Rich.
Sta Antion, Te.x Oqt. .It-Be.
With a ukm Hande sd a e-
low Bi"d a braver me wea
WaublatoMn Oct. 12-Attacked by
three agreed and forced to use a
pocket knife to defend his life. Gen.
J. Flord KIa, 7 years of ae far
eight years during the eightie rapre-
and a Confederate veteran and native
of GeorgiaW was badly beaten Satur-
day night- about the hesi and bWdy.
One of the megroes Is fa tohe biat
and Is so badly cut that his recovery
to dabtfuL General Kim& who was
Arrested s bem weam m nhead.
Warrants have been -ed by the
friends of General Kla for the ar-
rest of the aneroe.
OF FLORIDA VTiRANR
UAve Oak, Oct. 1.--Te mlnetenth
annual reunion of the Florida divI-
lon. Confedeate Veterans, will be
held at Li ftOak October m and i.L
at which time prominent Comfedaat
Veteran fro all over the state will
assemble here to take part i n e I
terestia proapam that has alheaty
been completed, and which l as hti-
10 a. m.-The eventimUo will ma-
senable In the auditorium and will be
called to order by the adjutant oen-
eral, U. LoAve (sponsors and maids
of hoer present).
Opening prayer by the eaplaei
Address ot wtbelsm b) WHo. Cary
A. Hard", represnting t e mayor of
LvYS Oak on the part of the ity.
Addreme of welcome by Camp J. K.
Finnegan No. 1514. bY Hon. J. .
Resjone by the divson eommand-
er Major en. Robet J. Mal.
Roll call fet eapa.
Appointment of committees on cre-
dentials and resolution*
Annual address by the division
commander. Major Gem. Robert J.
Annual report of the Adjutant Sen-
eral and chief of staff, H. f. Love.
Adjournment untl I p. m.
Reassemble at the auditorium at
3 p. m.. called to order by the division
commander. Major Gen. Robert J.
Annual oration by the commander
of Stephln R. Mallory Camp, Sans of
Veterans. Hon. L . LRobeso n
. Regular order of bUtsnea.
Repo~* oot conttee. on ereden-
tials and othe cor enttOe.
5 p. m..--Leture by anm. A. 0.
Wrght on Conftederate Navy, Ilus-
Convention wiln resemble at the
auditorium at 10 a. .. d will be
called to order by the division com-
mander, MaJ. Gen. Robert J. Maill
Prayer by the chaplain geraL
Regular order of bustaeas.
Reports of committees on reaota-
m ts itaghem el OgtM
Iso "ww th uua IMe ~
war tros i -*~met
m be" rbut c" Uems
as wa m- o IL-hVi
ZPW OnNub lmftrp
my boreMhe b emgrn wl~ito
ody. Who U16e*Odin Medbeld MsO
"M .smnhs bmml 1w deamgI
-pm be- a to hn dym
md a a dropof slemba-aft
THERE IQ A VPWMIIEW~g41
ONE SF TEEff
A im..Of IUr f a w h a
TOM, SPINACH, RHMbAV^,. .......
RWOOUANDONMAO'l "a unit ~ *u~~
WBE iFE MR i
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T n fal we et pt -o .' t-
adtng to our toff d thf d o eat- -i 3 |j
cmt .to se d gs f 9 Tir ha^.
nlar for a chance to serve you, and If we ever have tMr4meM oft W
s wlH do our best to please yeo rOLe -.:
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SUCESSOR TO CLARK Oa.&
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
warTTOM, GMaMr Maiarta) FOJaLA **
Boardinga Seh6l fr Bays coducted by the ltrs ats a t.eTm34. T1e0 m
Boys from to 14 years Recewive Carefury TraiTn alofg P i 1mi
leetuL Moral M bSocial UMes Healthy LoOmtlo.MaWhmOmnt 3wu-
Pool, Complete Bqulpment Ia Schootrooms Drmltdtaa Dal Hal a
Beereatin Daoa.j. -
Apply for Prngpt If Uioa
st. JoephomAa~w Imi~l~
tions and other committees.
Selection of the next place of moet
Election of division comumair.
Closain with song and prayer.
Barbecue on Paishtey lot, ust
north of Presba-rteat church, at
12:M p. m.
Parade ~ fe m at 2:3 b. m. on the
north ld of Duval street, haeed of
colpuqe~ ppolte the city hiM. eute
-March at a p. m. west on Daval
street to Houston street, south on
Houston street to Howard street, east
Ga Howard street to -Ohio avenue.a,
north on Ohio avenue to Duval street
east on Daval street to auditorium.
I8 mW-Reception by Daiael Ted-
der Chapter. United Daughters of the
Confederacy, at the auditorium.
WOmDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL
"Tour s has cotsuaptlofa IM
ease is hopeless These appmNi
words were spoken to Ge IL w-r-
emnas, a leading merchant of4attW
se, N. C., by two asert deeee--
ooe a lung sp"a1at. Thn wvae
ashoer the woarfl power e f t.
King's New twsevery. *Asfer tAee
weekt uae. wMea A W aseesaI, *
o well as ewr. I weal4 nat
taske a the m eyr a the word r
that Is dId sor m bay." Ita he far
- shaad 0u4oi tm the a smr-
es caun o desperate lun deasea on
earth. Me. and 1 at sail. _rist.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial hbt 11e
TAFT 18 ANOTHER TALMAGE
President is Preaching a Semena
Every Sueday en H0 Ip.
Freso, CaL. Oetf IL-Prom the
snow capped lteas Preideat Tat
plunged yeterody into the rmm
beat of qho San Joaquin valfe. and
arvedW here wit te thermoseter
|hoveins about the ainema. He was
greeted by practaly thee entre pop-
ulation of the dcty and addressed a
6stheet g of many thousands in the
court houae square.
The presidents speech was in real-
ity another monday sermon, the thirty
he haM preached since his trip bemaa.
His text. quoted from memory, was
"He who conquereth himself his great-
er than he who taketh a city." and
from it the resident drew the lesson
that popular government must al*
ways be a failure unless It Is based
upon sound common see and them
self-restraait that soes to maie the
good loser. He drew an analmgy be-
tween the American people i thai re-
spect and this people who In their
attempts at self-government follow
I % I
t~th e BMWw~hp hs p,
two ow a a m0bw opkt
Theomanris, bb book
L'~I A JLOaL
Leading .VehceD ~ '
goum. o owa m a
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8hwas. plmade S
ma&~by doSe Whinr
Five w h w s o e
/ PaL S sz -i iw ww
so& d m uWiss
~ maft all isa
p I~ *
loe e irs".Z the
a3msa&M o adeet cram I" obe,
jui m0 asOLlYTerSamus sa"e K.
hw a" hmthe so
@*Ak an w asimwm descptle.
Se =1 V" r. plow th
tw stewand that ft
Ta-a SOme0%W V.
IV ofa poth Is Tomme, he
*A" "d M.inmd wv
ad d a
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iur entire stock at $75 to $100 off Spot Cash Prices. Terms
b arranged to suit the convenience of the customer.
I' We have only about 15 Pianos to offer at these figures. Every Piano
y guaranteed.Harva JohnChurchnd Dayton Pianos are too well
h Everett Harvard, John Church and Dayton Pianos are too well
in Ocala and Marion County to need an.introduction.
4,' .. --- 4 .- -''.-V 4 . '^ . .! "
to.- Sl 31hand cen0
Mr. B. 0. Eagle is with us again and will make Ocala his home
state his capacity as a tuner is. the best we have ever had the
1.. 1*t .
, k 16
* :. ?. '4.' 14,,
wu4t low her we maboen or her
ldkit. 1is 0mmmin moub ma ofMe.
hem,-bk l Iheole 4 be id se-
Is, asnmtlg -to her ehp dtles,
leh ishasgst nem m t a map, so
*10W uW-t: Inl interest a the duties
atCh s office.
petatOe NP1-lolo.way.-fallowed and
Ln 'o: emgqMd toa.oindha .4d
d Inatt what .-they m do wiens
the get aei m and hearts to
Bp tmL Re iameed bevme.
&id the me. attempted a sub-Wchool
da election was bhel. Tihe
l wa by 1 votes. The men
them "am"do te eperasoen of the
weme. They brought enthuslasm to
the work, tnftnd It Ia othem showed
the reft aeeemety tfor improved
sbod 1u0 11 a.Emult. viletor; a
fne Wchomel mumpu Md a nt
state This great question of
education can ONy be sotved by the
nlted effort of a united people. He
freetted to mar that tatistics show-
ed that only 70 per cent of the school
So t state won erolled
d e e pe ct o this euroll-
nt were In actual attedame. This
a n alarmn aBetate of &him. t~ui
w about the 5 j .emt outside the
I e id the sprq t the women
K Uakof thnw lato thne work
maebp vitry trm deeat, ins
0 s eobel dhissot, s per-
mno =pe tle atWe whe e aques-
1iof ing the tte m alvoesitr
trm to ad pupoe to win and
that Irat prIMatiomi was leaded. He
a pt *toOack thR dclom of the
ne murt. nockdlu out
tI:' mpeenronta .r high school
S. et, thloght it a rave osis-
So 4;Ut_ k Ir a amB- pp o-
sht sthe a tmo1e eMoul ap-
a MdE aas ot monger t r asen-
(P .vb n da support
a theamsd p.-
PnI uK d net amop late a dol-
WA4 .OA-:.41 seseu 1dMum
ba the state. He mu there sheud be
iv cthis seei"ns detect. The
Sas a Cerme. This was owins
2Ul0m Is mark. of
toe aa e, met a e*e,
Mac s w a s them IN-
Ofthe awh- t of tha M
liN m erlda with a igge
U.eoly huosties at WU4er"
1Pa k ma eanoude akms uplm
lines of procedure. He complimented
Prof. Brinon as a man. citlsen and
edu16t*. -Be spoke pleulidgly of MA-
Plen county as the representative of
a&"lcultual Interests. Of our splen-
did school -ad the boys and girls In
It and of Prof. Workman and his ef-
Icient e&dp of assistants. He then
hume hly wefrrned to Prof. Brin-
sonors etee, a M It was the et de-o.
Stable, on the ground floor, of any ton
the building. Right It was for he was
eustedan of the largest and best in-
tereots of\the county and It had pree-
edence over the Judge, etc. He said
be always believed' In educational
propaganda, had often thought of it
and one Just such as Supt. Honoway
and Prof. Lnach are now engaged In.
He was pleased to see an apollolic or-
der It, lt the form of a good old-
fashionod Methodist Itinerary, a goa-
pel, a savlor In the keeping the young
from Ignorance, which so debased and
demoralied the world. He wanted
such an arousement In the cause of
odw-tlop that like a prairie fire In a
sale would sweep everything before
It and create a firm and enthusiasm
that nothing could stay. until all were
consumed In their desire to have the
best. A thirst and hunger that noth-
ing but the saving grace of existence
could satiate. If you know of a boy
or girl with such a hunger In their
souls, send them to him and he would
asit to satisfy It. He regretted the
inuetfor wrong; boys must quit school
to get money. It was all consuming
fever. A pity It was not a fever for
educating the mind and the heart. To
get education one must make sae-
ridles. Look at Germany, how Eng-
land looks with fear and trembling on
her. not because her battleships and
armies and her flying machines: oh.
no. not those, but the competition the
Germans are meeting the English
with In every clime. and what has
created this tremendous competition
but the universal and enforced tech-
nical education In their schools, en-
dowed and provided with the best and
these In turn allied to their grand
It is this universal education in
technical trades and arts that has
brought it all about. It is the Ger-
-man bra over the En.lsh brawn
that Is bringing on Industrial conquest
with the Germans. This may be a
low plane to set It on but It tells Its
own story. It is this German hunger
and thirst for education that not only
makes them maters of hand craft.
but through it fill their pockets with
dollars. With it all comes manhood.
womanhood and every good thing for
had finished 6e took the decintur and
poured out the wine in his gass with
Intense satisfaction. Then lighting a
cigarette, he leaned back and-expend-
ed his chest with a sense'of etvflla-
tion and ducatiom. He then rode a
bicycle around the staqe; put n his
skates and gracefully t 'rcled the stage
and finally, as proot of his hnumnain -
.telligence. fd4,ht otff an oivirtar
with a stick tn he moint appAed
fashion. All wonderful. marvelous.
All a matter of education and the
thought came to Preldent mcknm*en
why surely the boys and girls of Rol-
Ins Cqllege need and can be educat-
Bd. too. "
Prot. J. M. oulSam of Bowllng
Green, was the next speaker and
made a great talk, which we will In-
On our trip to the lake yesterday
morning we chanced to meet up with
Mr. Bebastvin Lehman, vineyard man.
and with him was Mr. William
Schmidt, of Lima, Ohio. Mr. Scehmidt
is ope of the new corners and pur-
chasers of land n the McOehee and
Mayo tract, east of Summerfleld. He
did not like the lay of the land at
first but a stay of a few weeks satla-
led him that be desired to make bhis
home in UMats county and on Sat-
urday, not eotented with the twenty
acres bougWt Jn the MeGehee and
Mayo tract, purchased the old Jim
Albritton place on South Lake Weir
and will make that place his home.
He hai e'at for his family and ex-
pects them n own ahort. Mr. Schmidt
said thoeie who came with him from
Ohio are William Winterboro, Jake
Schesthod, sen Edward, John Fink
and Jake w.ntm.an The Star trusts
all these persons will be successful in
their new fiel of endeavor.
lo wu U9we riam a umaei
Xoww in bobwoatOim t Aatei
IL- it w i- bw hp, and BW~uyh441
Old style wywar hich 1-
kdimedwatts=n with 4,
A MYSTERIOUS WRECK
Unknown Vesel West* Dew im the
Track ofS O-amers ef Cap.
Beaufort, N. C., Oct. IL-An un-
known schooner has mysteriously
sunk In four thWes of water due
west of the Diamond Shoal lightship
Just when the vened went down Is
not known, but It must have beem
some time during Sunday night, as It
was not until yesterday morning that
the lightship crew decried the top of
the masts standing well out of water.
Nowhere was there vsable any sign
of the crew of the temaded sheonmar
and not yet has there been any word
to Indicate their Aate.
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THE OCALA EVMMS STAR, TUMUAY, OC91htt 0m
at this evleg.
cannot be oo mt omorroweveni,
co m pareF v. U. of A. meets Tb rsday night.
Rebekahs meet Friday evesIng.
with ay ---
T etay s, pencils, Ink, ete. at Fishers
O Mrs. A. Condosla .
Boy's school suits and pants at
I t 3ish-d Mr. mano is the new railroad agent
0 at Weirsdale.
d Look over Fishers Ave and ten-cent
nd mu toer. I
tGn. -. W. Long of Martel was in
to town today.
Children's ready-made dresses, all
em e Ideal aes, at" Fshers
Mr. W. &S. Doyle of Tampa is at the
Rem& Ocala Home.
_FOR RENT-House on South Third
& street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.
SThere were Ns arrivals at the Ocal
*mem MHouse yesterday.
,wTom is hard to Mr. T. A. Harris of rH.elena .al is
le db i Mr. John Williams of St. Louis Is
at the Montesum
y" we for M &,.'dl e Mr. Prank George of Chicago is a
late arrival at the Montesuma.
d &ew Ik o.Mr. T. R. Woodward of Augpsta, I.
a guest of the Montezuma.
Thbe Moteasuma had thirty-five ar-
Pennsylvania Grit and other leading
^\ S newspapers and msazises at Bal-
O N lard's news stand.
LOST-Light green tailored coat be-
tween A. C. L. depot and Fort King.
Please return to Star office.
Mr. J. R. Howell. the veteran of
A L nthony, has gone to Arcadia to visit
Pal W 's Garland Cold Cream In 26c.
S and Me. Jars at the Postoffce Drug-
Messrs. W. N. Wilson and Geo. M.
IAN S iI IORN Lynch of Gainesville are guestsof
the Ocala House.
A.Am- ost tor pi fg'M k Me wafd. Apply 2
TO OUM POC-m TIVE CW0O1MIB Mr. H. Connor came in off the
road yesterday to visit his family,
S Wa -m in at "of s p we bae mrefme the o lem of do w and wn go out again tomorrow.
111110 14pa a"eeWP a M-d write
3 l N ,aI 11. O ., w- -1 dN ,- If you want a good lead pencil buy
g-om Vs b .tff ^ one of Gerig's Best, S 6c. at the Post-
ff.--- ote Drugstore.
The t et mepwight a beek and the
toaaedlUal sise, boay case, good tone and acsti, worth iest general me of beeks ever shewn
--- I pM -. .% ...... ...... ...... .. ... in t oy t tMe O m New, C.
ERAXAUS lmai m= e Ebony ca se. good toe ea action. elt R. C. Davis a U.. ot Jhakimonville
I ioe thoe beignhalag I m asUi. Value $176. S &i pr S handle silk typewriter ribbons. 75e.
.e..um lsed... for ... .. . $mea .; per doses.
a- -- b -t- .- e.... .. ..* ....... . ..... "''. U.tap Palme Leti m after shaving.
A' Of the abov Plam are In ale coditi .'a d to who '6e. and $1 bottles at the PoEtorfee
-gd to-e ad service In preference to appease, 4ap o.tb Drugstore.
b m re to giveo _t.:.o
If you want a good lead pencil buy
9I wee. W W -g o h a EWgIot : an ,e Of Grg's .Best, ec. at the Post-
.. +. oflate Oeagstore
-mm., a alee Mhoganyr ease, spledid tome ad i te, IekO
--' -.t very litu tl edo, splendid .etloa, ad ':.. .esth WANTED-A first-class young Jer-
.pre. ....... ......... ........ ...... .- my eow giving milk. Apply to H. C.
Srlo Mahoamay mauk, spleadM toe and action. te the t Jones at the Ocala Bottling Works.
Of dUB ro spndd Uacio. and is worth within $25 avis & Co., or Jacksvlt
'.O- oi 1 eot-$460.. Sale price ...... ... .. ..- wln sell any make of second-haad
K N5MAN, la ITnle Mahogay case, plna, but aSt dedlp. looks typewriter, uponsy terms If desdrid.
ms1 1st toAe, splendid action, and is worth within W2 of t1
ei l a --$44. Sale pie* . ... , .. Phone us for you prescriptions. We
call and deliver them. The Court
ANYr o the above we don't hel tate to recommend to anyone want- Pharmacy.
a mI durable planO, either for houe or teaching prpome. We
s, t M w. Have you seen te new tislMe FaIy.
's wek w t^ ewI*ing Sholse typewriter? R. C. Davis a Co.,
WC= 0, I1 medism sined any ease, good practice piano, 01
S M a Mis. Value $176. SUl for ............ .... $ Wopderhose for children, guaranteed
to wear three months without holes,
IUN T, I n.amnedlum ilmbony case. oo0 tome and action, e0d- 2S cents a pair at FIshel's.
1 it pI fr beginners In ma to. kle pe ......... ..
w Inlarg Mahogany cases pleaded tone and action, tIn the bet FOR RENT-A cottage near pd-
t1lmlma throghe$t, nd is worth withiU $26 of its orfIlN mary school buidtln. Apply to W. L.
S ale prs . . . . . . . . . . . Clbert at tax collectors office.
3OUKAJnIpo Mahaay ecaw, i rgm upright msale, smooth acts t heet pueage r Fpaper, Nnsem
betsfto rather hkh In pitch, absolutely new adI so a e fdo s, Umeets tpeer'pund, and
8"ia vO at $ The ftret pane of this was damt ta age *dinsIps to h at Oessiews Com.
ag tk toes Ie arranged a n a to -a- t 11tear Ptri S Nw C
Sawg e wa handling a all;% i e at ..... 4.m. olproof Sox for men. guaranteed
*- ..e.. "12 IS" It -- Mah- -e.... a -- de* larI, for six months without holes, at
.nP nin b Ibng sone ,ut ofthRe p c aellrr10 t w a y- ,,,
Mitaa l saei ns i "s foster oan-we PS If- yinu want a good lead pe-iell buy
-- -- -- ..l. -r-- c $m mone of Oerig's Best. Se. at the Post-
OM W A A LUD AN & RATS $400* CLUB PNO which office Drugstore.
s d 1 a110 a1ly $287, i lemusmmalty egranatedValue ever Holeproof Hose for ladies, guaran-
S7 y n l house r faemry., wh we there to o lty teed for six months without holes, at
a 1 em of these at a refteel cost, you should e@taly take Fshers.
dgwusaf It. We hae em thee in fgurd Mahay eae, used 1
4. IL We pS down t ;n a e there Ind fve mathso -pad w to Mrs. Albert Birdser arrived here
g eth rataemfr the unPSU taid ce from Asheville Sunday and yesterday
l .Wa ga me to l either orf er ft for New York accompanied by
e u ye1the lsame LAE TIME GUARANTB d la ta t% UFE her father. Col. John M. Martin.
-MMd_-- at e that we mwi on a plane that is aaoltely -ew.
S. ,/ "e. rgens Talcum Powder, large cans
1W m a am fuly -ar ated, te If not thel y anst&ia holding nearly a plat each, guaranteed
4 ,.m h- b.a.a t Wr apo a t md t money reafuded. Orders pure and fragrant. The Court Pnar-
Sp wOf t- a hbe g s rIat etnt ae. We pO Y freight IT WOULD macm.
MAILT PATTYYOU TO WIRE US AT ONCEZTO HOLD ONB O Mr. Bishop, who has charge of the
ANOB OR YTOlT. old Porter place on South Lake Weir,
rs vry *trly, I *a AT says the grove is fne and the crop
Tau= wm 11truly l l-il= & 2l a B IL IL I9 of fruit mmeme. *
DOwl% fta. FOR RENT-Dwelling furnished:
I ...... .....-- .-_s.-, -_ __. _. electric lights. baths, and all modern
ea.. -venlence. Gas store In kitchen.
mI- _Apply 19 Herbert street. References.
r- Tampa is Iffmn
Iay.i Deue aa y-i
tefd reached a v at9:13 s Buy Cam AM
lam o umalaw
a ift VOW.M~
1 Il Ti I at all druggists, enjoyable visit. Mr. heeser sa M .
nk N | l- Tio ho Ahe had not been at his siafe obad- TheMe kis i00
She ^ ^ _YOUNG MEN WANTED ness five miaute. this moral be- huL"blig .
-^ .1 Gevee t Pay fe--- -f tore he was called out to buy somen mos, ,o gs
o < gGowlment pays N to 91= more houses. .. -'-t- .
a Year, No Lay-Offe-Fre- e M betu. AM "W
Scholarships are Offered IBT-CMld's sold bracelet semse- .-
A PORTRAIT ARTIST Railway maBl clerks, postofe where on square or between Milder
r-- clerks, city carriers, rural mall car- b Itk snd Fort K laeg wueSM. etllll
Mr. P. A. Augeratl a well known riers wanted. to D. W. Davis and receive toward. nllkl
Eutopea genre and portrait painter. Examinations in the vicinity of
a graduate of the Royal Academy of Ocala soon. Short hours, salary twice PFoer a clear hbad, a stout hbart
Flne Arts at Berlin, is In the city. a monthly, annual vacation and life po- .stron mid, DeWIt's 1dtte Mdtm&
guest of the LeSeuer House. He has alflon. Risers, gAe tle ae, eask il m *--
won considerable fame as a type Thousands of appointments are to t l. DeWitt's rosMnd Wl& THE 4
painter, having been awarded several be made. Common education s al HaE el Salve is u1enlied foir aw* "
medals for merit at Brussals Berin you need; city and country people tbMg where a id l es-s needed, _- _- N a-
and Paris. He will open a studio at have equal chance and political In- ewel good *sr ples. 3sU M y r- a 11 1 o
No. 10 Fort King avenue with Mers. fiuence is unnecessary. Free scholar- rt. b- .
Pawn.moe and HalselL Mr. Auger- ships during October and November. .i --
stne will be pleased to receive vis- No time to lose. Write to Central Robert Taylor. the UpSSUmt f
Itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It schools, Dept. In I Rochester. N. T. the A. C. I.,- -Is amet the m- .
will be Interesting to fee hm at work, growers no tho i and neighborr-ng ---weFi_-. d
He also has on exbt OYseveraTE T S t afte M- M
finely executed oil painting., which read. U lo
are open for inspection. The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy- gVsen7W bass
ste rs on Saturday. O naaatNt".C om e bt
Most women are troubled wt kid- am!o m i I y-or -- --
ney CompainAt, ad Y kOU very Mr. F. 0. its,. Oneonta. N. T., 1 ,10, h 1-oi ea" __. __
many serious and even fatal diseases writes: "My little gir was greatly rthe we et." e hs .
result from these ngleted kidney benefited by taking Poley's Orio I
troubles. If yo will take DeWitts Laxative, and I think it is the best I VLln mGlB
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed remedy for constipation and liver I I 1 I I I... .. A -zm
mu ev-na &s, ,...1 ~ w 1 s -.. ..se. -
to i Bame. You pay The m-o he amo ft a s-,
ENTERTAINING FOR MISS 00ZIER ae e einm se --.-a to .^. k. -h
no more for -m than other stof eas nw e t.a s s s
Mrs. Bernard SIgman. this after- l. WW i,- aewer m n
soam, entertains at ridge. M-iss aa Hi 0 gst e the etan -.W -
Doder and the ryw tnades who will- Mr. M ww wte he at A* Mo
be attendants. This Is t the ant of a t poUad of It aU r th- t e at w .
series of emertalnments that wEi be. d1. W y sa 5
gven the beautiful bride-to-be be- teed to be the beat that T er w .s as- .-
tween now and her nuptials. .- m..e-- the MW- -a.
cam be ade fro t t expect a t iest.
00D PLUMBING CONTRACTS w t w t ai o-
Messrs. R. E. oage & have ---
bomme gand pin C ei el-..vdy by ^ Ib ea .n.s.... i um M. -..
sme go"dplu mb ing th 0m
handt They have the eom far the e -et and Ph z at die a de U
Temple Theater, the new o6oL An- the a b Ib "st5 to r f laM
derson building and Mr. H y Ray-. t
-ors recently purchased n T ..--- ,-.l. '
South Second street. w-A _- .n O
at 4 S- .. GROCERY so....ftl ra .- "--.
pleted some splendid plGmb- ROCER T
1ag ItE Mr. Igou 1M's ew
home. They also have the contract to
do the plumbing for a new-stme rem- FOR SALE CHEAP Mr. T.-W. IlMim t eastria,?.
Idence which is now being' built by O atthe e.* A et o SS.
Mr. C. J. Phillips of th city at A desirable building loat a Nerth A at S W- 1i
Eugi"s. Second (East Adams)tret. oppo-tt -- "'"11--1 -> - *at1.the
the Jewish synagoue. Addrew B- S M,-- 3_ -I ----I-...
A CARD OF THANKS dI city. time at the mill
We wish to thank all of those from COOK WANTED .Je Paperca, at thew AAe _.f _.
Ocala as well as the neighbors for ---a .waaa."==a .... t **1- f. :. ",
their prompt and energetic action at A cook waued for restaurant. Apply tD t.-..ua
the time of the fire at our bome a at Elk Cate. M-
few days since, without which aid the -la.p, Do r. .t t att n .....
house and contents would have been BIRDDOGS FOR SALE wasIa htto the Oei Aeeplal
destroyed. All who maited have our -_ or, 1 n L- 1 :
heart-felt thanks for their good work. YToung pointer pope for sale. Apply weSn is un fwell sauw
Respectfully, to Dr. H. C. Mills, Oklawaha avenue. ly recover. --
Mir. and Mrs. R. C tnnor. . ewa
_From the Bowew Courier.we mee soft
ew Te rk. D.... 1.bee. dangereli I, .for th pet tw ,
ne w irwb k O 1mber Ch. Wi : v sp This w N be W or
a= esa-e-ews U her maay1 bIemea i1
sa" s tedr fo, t e1168as 21 01 tha'W e s
S. s wM p tes ht. J. th m am.- 414 .-
w atew n psroduc mttnrdtleo .VTT C m eU sam let$ this4etere a .forl ovaWsm "
at &amodrusevu M on tht-oellow to oodu o na MJl. ra:at -l a ".
ha a be it to th er Truble Than FremI Any Other gLZ LZ ^ L'I M
wbet t e nof Is kt eer ere to pgta. Ja.Im LI s lM"at ll.
the Alees h ekr pr ad I to nause. erer. Tstanumnn Wrdhwto IKM lft l|-l
Ale tyh t_ oy rMany people offer Intense pains ski has wih m p e
ree. trwhen they could be entirely relieved ~wor hes iwith mteur# poI
itsm vr d toeComminodemand akby rtre .e .O
...K...... ae beutis. o the IL A----'e.,
PROPER GLASSES isl l a "
SPLENDIDD FARM FOR' SALE B FOR R=T 1 ffaI the TWS OT I away no am
There are hundreds of cases that eythMng new and Cev t It; bath f -
bear out this statement. on same loor. Mrs. C. P. Me1, n i-- ---" B
two good mul. all kinds farm Ft les That Releve te Dtri I 15, N"rth r M l mi U
ments and a lot of feed. Plenty good DR. D. M. BONY., wi* e be lme, c tWAft.
wood and land of the best hammock. Eylighbt SpedaSlC t e t ay i uu M .-
South of Oeals. one mile splendid Ocala Ph-, the. country W* wbe athA-raoe a m-
JWrd ro This must go once and O-e hours: 9 to 10 a. EL am lostat hraee *be atthe Athir Z, f
*e price-will suprise you. Apply at 1:30 to 4:30 p. ft. Optical asm 3 h 1w eI..fl1.C
once to this office. and laboratory, room 2 ad 4 rysGare lf tor 'b hw111. zero& M s lo -
rbltake -' M A. W. Bridgese left this morning s ?ui le g
Mr. Robert L. Martin, the Lake for Jacksonville, where he will attend a A 'f A
Weir sand man. Is busy taking un HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT the meeting of the Hardware Dealers *
and writing up the Florida ship canal. Associationm, and alsoe meet Mra. 8
He says by all means It should come The A. E. Handle hotems, eme f t ee Bridges, who a peat the summer with m
via Oklawaha river. Blue springs and meet eeveniet and- beet blitelkIeM her parent s In IetchburgeT, ad FVs gs a
the Withlacoochee. and Instead of a leg let and all eionaoeiase h the return home with her. Mr. Brid- geso.SO-1
12-foot cut should be 40 feet wide so heese, Iasted in third ward er high has resigned his position assamgr < .tomtod -
that It would benefit commerce. Mr. mehesl build feor re t or eats. Ap- of the J. B. Martis Hardware Va. hsaf t -
Martin desires the Ocala Board of ply to David . Weedre% Heldeer_ _ a as
Trade to see when Col. Geo. R. lWeek, Ocala Fla. Mr. George Rents returned lest dh 'l bl -ar-
Spaulding and corps of engineers ar- naght from his ehomAe la Swaahoer,
rive In Ocala, Is taken charge of by SE OT O L oa, where he has been for ae past
a committee, transportation furnish- EED OATS FOR SALE t we, Mr. Rnats has a f OCASA m
ed him and shown a feasible nature Maron county grown rustprooMf and pound 0a who came an Wdnesday 7 1
of the work. Burt or N-day oata. Z. C. Chambliss. Ws nd 'neySO W sMr. Rests WAi-
"WOODMAR"-FOR RENT ELECTRI LIH VberS 1Slhand4 yy *M w a Wr as W
--- ELECTRIC LIGHT ome the beautiful I. IU Abimers- llSS :
GOODWIN B NGALOW-Furalsh- FIXTURE FOR SALE UX esld e on Bon h Thr S. wt* 2t. tols e.I
ed; modern plum ;b runntin water; -which he recently begigt frem CL Wege g44siep
acetylene gas. $10 per week. An elegant electric light future, Amder. We0f4t .
ARGYTLB COTTAGE-fPrnlahed; cost $39. will sell for a small portion ntW.A Waite n*M
running water. $5 per week. of its cost. Is In in e condition,- Ap Dr WalHter Hoat Ms f gm his 9wb Collsgbr
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October ply to Star office. -.d n .uv:f q*If i the h
1. for the winter; furnished: runntin Welder block. -Ii phses' ae:* igem, IhW -If celSp are
water: modern plumbing; acetylene YVETTE GUILBERT'S 284 resldenee, RU. le's Ue*ae7 eat.
Dvld &. wo M-- Or. C. C. Kellr ef VsJ'toeta i at tahe harmn i-egs eT *
Holder Blockd Ocala. Pla. Yvette Gullbert, who has made a the Ocala Rouse. Mr. Kiley was a draltUsW
wonderful success singing on the van- fellow collegemate of MeN7 e M.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE deville stage, has a new song, "Marie," DeaidMsos of the Oesl iflse and We w-a yeir
which Is making a pronounced hit. Dick Dodge. sad as grapaghl SW
A 22-horsepower Buick touring ear. The Sunday World has arranged to ) Skied phar-Mi MAR'91W
entirely renewed in all Its wearing publish the words and musSe of Mr. Webb came m the aftereoo drag to mempeaI them. *
parts, newly painted and In fne shape, "Marie" next Sunday for the beneft from Keudrick to preside er the e-amp-. ,.
for sale cheap. Apply at the Star of- of its readers and you will miss a Elks tonight He said him lim- klin1
Bee. treat if you fall to get It. There will were still runntang fu blast and the FURMggEg WWa 4
also be a page of pictures in colors of demand for the product good. i ls
We have a few boxes of exception- stage beauties. FOR n-ha. tyewi-er
npii-wus- sed a shortjtima. WID sell fer 1*5 el6 M a r L
Drwustore. N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitt-s cash. Address 3m 1h1. Oeala. at
field. Va., writes: "We have used Dr. Y' M __,
faid them such good family medicine Jacksonville yesterday afterneem la ho, e ma-de 4a l
we wouldn't be without them." For time to catch the evening train to this a beza fe Mend we
chills, constlpatlon, bleommess or city. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Rhenaner arm 1. when hag e
T *- a-- W- sick heaache they work wonders, xfee feeling- sptoeniy._Thoy had a met*T-T ~cat n~n~-
THE OCALA EpNINGST^ T UMMSY. Woo"r -
PD iN "-ta .WIaMb
I s f '- .I<--... ...*i: T*.. i Am 1 MTi-tN- o is mOW l-
Sei f CIAL' BANK, FL trn i_ a7 Tteltto- 4-1911n
la tAdesif isumstat thi 11r
f. 'M M a raw. T. U e avin, rth e reer ot h ee Dt xo. o. A- J _h. ^,eof-.A
CAL M or Pamo thco unty. was in tcwas to Cham, g m lee ah a e aghH
S' ,,,- ...ND ca r nT h.w L A Qa tn e.t I*, B. Bd e mB e
4 '~ _^ s n mR -1 I T nJI last Th aredt. seat up tmthe eln apo l i e
F~.~~Jo. W. A"Ij. M mARI.. of CaD tow w.-isn. ,, t .. ..-.. .
-/ __e__S_ me saflTe t for Winter aven em a visit to her J lOE in he oll*y ames Ji D t
,e- i rr ry I i i ste a a a --eNre1 1t BiNS BI
- IN tsrh e m re mpe s the m a a Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brown Mnd uttle wi-th-, lar. 13 tah Iy w eSOi
lmbaby grt left for Winter PWrk Mom-
J....m! In a med C.C._Keay..a.prominent armerat Inno Ma f 6ME
.. .... S be.d t_ ent It m start o Lebann lowas trat Inoa towo l ea g meh at SU, M ....n 0 .01
: iaga o -m-anot- her ea.ce,. ra P.eIa c e. w n --a"s -- --
aWWr N p to y" again antd Mnever Miss Me Martin, of Inglis was a I W. oftm a" J. a. d x
M th at my o. I &IMW guest at the flana hose r Wiil SKte11prss P. w r ae U1 7
b, ..- . I Yeina'tap ile t ooera Mka. Me ad w. .. W,. ," U Wba
8 ob b w* UK o M ct *heptt of Ocala. w aa Ithe t Wempo edooey. Barber bsdmd Wew t a er e o Ing%
.. I .i a w was WWI-- coul at WMr. cW l ar tp, f pIoto C .laa todayP wad e I, ,
.- wi e o. co 't be PhosphateCo, was transact-g bad.- Du .ellt aIs i
,A .t W~- be -e_.ItIr that wayw ith. Charlie Brabbam, a valuable at-d riPt. apNi g t;e Hbth' ard-. .
3ETE eSTU m wver bes, and mon who in Ocala with his sister. the "amdeWdma y.
Is hm1eremity d1ome could never be Mr. Albert Williams and wife re- J. ALvett, term ly af this p nee
____ ,__. . .. .. ... .. . _. ot h aY a we b a ntdhief a a turned from a shor el tno van.tulh but oWa ot we e Mns .
sad thee is ho pe for yaw. Yo've Monday morulg. with his Na7 friends TWe Iay. e ale f
ML s IftITURE a wwW*. P-t.a dYo 'lSheriff Galloway was In townrd &M e UNsto tbhalotrh
Sad a .aace it waswithe, a P. Wilson. blacksmith at Danne* MMiss Me Pri00 Pd et (a es ._
/ ANDI yuve/ the I it away. I'm Ion mine for Cami.p PbophAt of ., were suietlyau e=se s9 er-y
mo ery than I Can telL Goo@by." was in town Saturday and fmeamy. W,-" at he ister p~e *a "i W t
e A L K fl No to the door, whh she j. D. Lanier has been employed by soupe of weekat trip A the VUS
WW i0i to no H"HMa n.. placed --D-_ Watkinsas carpenter f oreman, Cla e V10 08 10, St
L Ku W"a 0~I It to have charge of Mr. Watso's ex- nesday In the Interest a ths camt o
SE" '. g t -"U y -yg g t can't tensive property Interests here. da for the e. e .
.- -- "*- w an us and I rqe that you gen jaieriff of Citrus county was "k 'em t
[a cad A 60I to" Thursday of last week em Of- Quite a crowd t soce m
W E" \ti b-dow,- do--a---m-13. Acial busto a Oftsto oe ai5 ftp Ba1|a~e m
t- VIA d d TIM be 14W a d Be ls6 thawbnle, b pt e pjm .j J. prest, f topper, utr comEltiag of MeKms. M3ead P.
so bb no and fmord h Ie away. a nd all around good fellow. vgW P. SrOlg.Mir. a MM rWO
Ono .>"~ athis ts.fu>i.ery"b he Hugwsiith hIdas many enpp si IWMWas l
mow u a, with a mvap seowl, fo low-=in Monday. 5m oel, jeweler a t .hM E
^*k PfIAio i 1W41P 1her rpWetogd y s she staggered W. R. Thursto of Jacksanvlle, sWM take 1 pi at4 j
I d BbI4trs a M b. H w ...ba.. I order you traveling representative of W. T.s we rit as fV *W.MI
WS W%, ft AND ift o, s Mag h M% ad tere-you will sr frieas awn widg Un e psy C
*sOt W we mfs yu towd @&e_ " t. the
C-Wl*b d YN MW do wmpet. poua Ub* place eLApr RII a. of p-e U( thl c-ges ^ rg-i
S you! =i strangle yo i* you r.tetrA PO. wyon It yp .i inds w ti1
'* l '1 > ITt~ur' gto fto speak. w tor aaif -A < r< hre Monay' isstM IB do" I t-ry.toW"bto SM
-'A9. .~ ias yos hve domhe omthis naght. r'e *AX wants the Advocte. A- -.m.h
bmowe with you sam humor you an" a 1. Walker, it S.Bemawa r.AI
Pu tp w w our" bsf too Il& Li f e Le *therr a I.of Wr et LWalber, who wb II
*V What Ii was dW r yfor sa 7 anyou know flet malht po Wse at thh ae *
1 e. What Y= did, about which y" a laBag d ____
a.*" .ar~ *** * **r is oneo**. be 2S2?I.s
and a leato remain master.h aoIs a hsu aoe "Ms tee "
b..b ussW r wbt your are.T. at s.Cit y ***.e.* | .... .
asapons sB Kas y conses n ..... .d. pa ye deW Aol dot oars a M- Jp
Ocsls. nor(da& -fp atel's 11T1OM TOR MS SUWORLD
___ W I / i a eaftbt sM oKamIdoel ut to IT 1 Y N P TO I L heaenCa iap re
*amm~ssaeeSesPa, la1stutesuirss:Mss: O har say mebr I setot, w or at sow MS FLORIAV m0em o tp c!7 7 0 0 tog
0-64849 NOW$ 0900- @000000999490-1 1 1 -00e r"t I X.i' aster I-ths b aa., O.sOD AL P.W t Ppa4C onwpay hedse
ls, o imme E-Toe.@"t nt my ate I yant withand his mear r
1 IM Mnft &ma*wihyour tramto8, "M,, .toue go tor Oreal. b"s,"he mr
ggre, stigt"Open their door thisp i n.lao DeeA"i.pUiwal
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