Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03296
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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aged asi, sad Johmole es ea
etha, we areNato ye"1ty on a-
charge of horse seala.
a horn a s, m y b m b m a .
md a mwve fate the
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tie mieten shared up a let eo

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-OAFmmuS CANNOT U CUr"e
ty Mieal aepatrene. as theyr canm
mnr b thea ipa- ptim thea mr.
ThIur is m me wayr to rse o d -
Ut ad- that is by emetltstlmeu
remedinm ete Is casedsm by man
lmdamed eaNtln of the o soe 1Us-
= 11 1 ( e bMana Tu % When
t i. Mintae o y lo have a
01nWm i 4 sl Imperfect .heart.
aad when It IenSUly.Ms ed, deaf-
-ag is the resut, and elssa the is-
-m ..m i ans be taken out and this
tube reetad to Its normal Ie tm
hbeel, will be deotroyed forever.
ala, wef aout ot e an ctased b1
nmd e000lt00 10ofnh musem r-
Wo wel givre One HRumdr Dollars

catarrh) that emaot be cared by
alts caatarrh Care. SMed for er.-
|I raa. r. a me a y & (C, eo-
ads k o am d b-an p-ernsls, Le.
Take alrs Family PMs tfor eomstipa-

CAPT. J. J. N. WESWEl
nm*ei 0MwP of t, e M niterSied
Vt 1he Age erTgity ,
New ortx. *Oct. 1r-Capt. JohnM
Joamm Nathaniel Webber. who was
the executive oficer the O rooea
Monitor during the mworable mer
in Hamptea Roade with the nMrl-
mae In IS4. died at Sallort Sang
B15arr owe n0C it Is t we He waa
the 1at e the office r o the ed
which was the forerunner of.moderm
vies,.
- The old seaman had bee at the in-
mitatke for mwre than fifteen year,
havi beem admitted on June UIH,
Mes was eigty yers l&d. The came of
cike ofter of the crow of the
Motor. Capt. Webber had low am

him after the eutry. "honorably di-
charged." had been made oppoete his
name. Althoabh he had navigated
the Monttor durins the greater part
of her career and had handled her
dar4t the ghbt with the Merrimae
In aeh a masterly way as to wia
hooebic mention from his govern-
mecmt, he lO a retod life, lomeipIg
i adI. oatatly eefrom the -pboe

ie a emrony ad aet ultimate ftead
dth uthe ment few months of his,
ue San thAeR fr the Confederate
pay. UIot. *ncaa Johnston. also a
ylt ftcer. whoe asi aus b
mariner was pitted againat that of
Capt. Webber st several conflicts. In
tohting over aSain a number of en-
gagements the two became sworn
triaefdt Capt. Webber's ose-time foe
was his principal mouraer.
Soon after Ueut. Johnatone entered
the two men became acquainted thru
a remark the former Confederate
made derogatory tq Captain Buchban-
* a, tm e ander of the Merrimae.'
Capt. Webber stoutly defended his
old-time fop and paid a hih tribute
t% the latter's ability as a sailing
mater. Lieut. Johnstone delights
now In telling of the argument that
eased. Capt. Webber maintalaed
That the Merrin., with any other
MlvtAtn leffeer than Captain Bu-
aman, would have been forced Into
dalow water dura n the maneuver-
ft a"d would have been unable to,
esiie to Nortlk.
Capt. Webber was born In Brook-
rm on Aug. L18l9. and his Arst trip
r* sea was made on the bri Osprey.
with his father, other and sater
when he wasU three years o&ld. HIs
seeosd voyage was to the Bast Indles
When Ste was nine years old. At the
am of sixteen he shipped before the
mast, sad three year later, when
nlnien years old, he was third of-
- tnr China. This ship .n-
ln. e left the vessel at Calcutta.
A few day after he left the shiep she
wa lest in a typhoon In the Indian
I va e be became fIrt officer of
tho fship Harvest Queen.
Waine this anwas of Liverpool, on
te way to America with tweanty-one
massmn su, she encountered a gale,
aM twelve of them were washed ov-
*hird. When the Monitor was
ilt Capt. Webber Joined the United
atale Nivy and became her maSter.
Be was in naval service for one yeat

til 1576, when be retired. Capt.
Wber is eurrived by a son,. A. .
W-er. No. s3 starr street, Brook-
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. 1'nit nta. sept. 1st I--I
Ito id Uwalts Tens wonar of Lt.
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Tvtte Goubert, who ba made a
wodelrnl ,nceass sinaasg on the vau-
-mrse aboe. has a newason,. Mariei."
Is maNgAms a promoused hit.
Thw d Wy wor d a arranged to
Sthe words and music of
O t sunday for the beaet
o Ms mee am d you wil miss a
te tf yosl to get It. There wIll
a be a page f pictures m colors of
age


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Moatle. IoM taMe so aTw Mah-




glow the night chmt de&rk ad his as-

bohdp man robbed the eie of the
Grat Northurn Ilnbeie cmI ny at
IF-lde Namlwrst is aim= -
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cu- sevena om e atpos -
money. Tl" towl mnew rmI te

two mm raythm re ea a
aIoI them spratey mda"d re
them wM hab them e at athe
pont, bt a -evoavor. lkwurely i
"ad trmed up so tsy could not
mova they were foaid several hours
later by ether empleoyt of the eem-



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!olPmn hMilom as mluM ojma,



byT1 .AM ^ uOMMuNISa On-
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mast ikuowlag whet tay takm ma mui
Ikl. lomad of pevnig heir m Sthe Ito
a l ot ot yasg k* ad ulo n pl ds
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W lan '. hUshaul Mr ChsrmSl BR
prer-e u td, to Chin wi


Iane had already advte ecre-

CRANE HAS SIEN CASHIERED

Sldumt that the* Whiukrof the Re-
sanmy Appointed Mi nidr to
China Have Lahed

btate Knox ams notledM Charks 1.
Crane, who is in Washington thMahis


tary Knox that he was prepared to
relg If recent developumats had
made his further service l that pee-
ti emaba rars to the departmi
In a statement secretary Knox
save the test of a teegram reeaelalg
Craae from 8an FraneVeco to Wash-
imgrto. which follows: "You have been
charged with reipoilbtity for eam-
ards recently appearing tn Japanese
sad Amameru press to the effect that
that United Statue Is prepar'a to
protest agamn the ChlneseJapsanee
agreement. BRidence that you are
reupoealble for thin is of such a char-
acter as warrants me In directiUg you
to come to WMha sto. at gume and
liset It."
The statements attributed to Mr.
Crane were very udlplomatle and
had caused a great deal of comment
and om Ill feeling In China and
Japan.

A SAD DEATH
(Dmsell Advocat)
Ctlnton, the young aon of Mr. a d
Mnr. C. W. Rnk. died Tmae y at
12:20 p. m. The little darifg was
about I yamr old aad had Just reach-
ed that age whoe he was the mo t
intereatinag; mart ftar beyond his
year. he was unlverealy loved by aD
with whopm he had enm o cIn mnteut
ad hs mierry smile ea"d mmy fee
will ao longer be a sound of Joy ead
pleasvu to is paents and many
friends. He IInsred several days
and at thnes Ids suferlmgs were ter-
rble, and at lcM meomsets he weald
eoaverse with his parts samd at
times seemed to be Li.a.h..i, but at
noos he paned away., renewed from
all his y and s suein e.is taund-
ed by all mm iate members of the
SHis aIlamnt was lochjaw and the
attenta g ph dsc a sad ursie di
an In their pewer er the Uttle fel-
low. but to o aval.
nubai service wesworeabold om


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BowandlftShoolftr ft"s "Mduta wbr theam" E a S
ft"s frm S6to 14 yuan eccived, Cardufly ?tlmTfatg tg

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S. i -Our entire stock at $T75 to $100 off Spot Cash Prices


c be, arranged to suit the convenience of the customer.
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We have only about 15 Pianos to offer at these figures. Every Plano


guaranteed.


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


In Ocala and Marion County to need an introduction.


First Class High Grade Organs from $5 to $75; $1 Cash and O ea
1 '4 1 ,

week-


Mr. B. 0. Eagle is with us again and will make Ocala his home We


y state his, capacity as a tuner i the best we have ever had the
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late Beard of Health, e whieh Dr.
yrd, who was onef t Pret. GullUam'
Snis the edom. aHe ma the lmat
.- wf -t- f-- s vi a or
*MOWm ~a' eavAo "the
liae vo.ap ilt& ma far
ItwoNd be helpfuL l86ea i
.a- -" -~ag m tu

-WIe"a of d he' Wta*K.neW
e t~get to metaUs tha nmaM of
mi me oGor w u. wnea, edmor ot
at paper p to a est time ago
Soma. Msawaer TWo stoekeon asnm
iMjr Peabody. whb labored ao f-
Soleay thre o h the esleum eat lir-
tea's great dally. Nor was he un-
edAirl of the local prems and the
Snitemest they had always taken
ib Ow- sebels. The people dhu not
be0get 4t
Sme thea etabed the prehenve
atery e two fameina, ele that ae n
sb NeWr Tat among tIt soty ottler
oufte~r NOew wama The New
mm was s amem D e was
a gou's s.n v werMS and MSae aW he
d 1ea.I told iseeeam d ueri to
I a lh sntess, ashileoss wetnhlefm
r selty. an was agaost
l e the o hi my If that
as mes 9 W the oorlmiet e-
apul thay b atw a Mottw
iel. 1 bB tM hnlsy them,
m g a admese bm a futt
at -isvapatable M-es



up Nno eynaa at e
--.. a ea "athe state mreNo
o Nth th stet at amd
Vm@mM to n pno.. That Indollars
sat pdllatin-
wieEtb5 n cancmsed to
With a Stone anda asoclited
em shy oaws have ived and broaugt
wa NasiNW sar the disrmef
not may Mimi at the am-

PLableV sasdmoney d an- Ja
dswVd. It we took halt the
e.men=tm when mYom&
weM rapper Mte v-


sesen se -n th se *e e o
.Mew these able to e
.;&bd aS mit .ab n


address and though It was past the
iner hour. owly a ftw left until he
had Annined.
The .edaational raly can be pro-
vaune a~v. mesm in every particular,
ough t importance to the people
Swas ot lny reshmesd ani we regret
that every seat In the courthouse was
Ut filled. Sebch as spoke yester-,
day eamnst e- heard *very day and
t" tustruuetie imatedr sad the en-
Theiasm wrought 'moul lnve been
wrthy of our best effort and attend-

James McComb, Jr., who has been
mmmln.ioned by the governor to
aerve as Florda's repreentatlve at
the National CnSmmra of Hortcultur-
Ist,. to be held in Counll Bluffs, loka,
Nov. Ith to sUth was In town yes-
terday Interviewing a number of our
enterprsaing people about making a
lorMad exhibit. It will be a great oc-
CeMe. Forty-three states will be
reprIaented by displays and delegates
sad It is estimated that halt a million
vltoru wMl Inaopet the exhibts. The
eatis m covers four blocks. It is of
brick and sad to have been erected
last year In the shortest time of any
binding of Its also In the woriB. A
splemand location is assured Florida
sad Mr. McComb says he has any
quastty of prduets offered him. The
main qumtiM tis to raise money to
pay the upres and 00e expense of
Sttieg up and ...alatlalOg the exhibit
for 2ve days. Ocala and Marion
county should be represented. He
prpeIem to got up a vWery andsome
souvuenr book of Florida and guar-
antees to distrbute to visitors 1,SO
eople. Thisa book will contain cuts
of every town tn the show and the
momey received from same to help Mr.
McCsmb pay the expenses of the dis-
play.


A CARD OF THANKS
I take thtb-methed of thanking ear
neicbbors .and f d for. the mar
favors and sktddee so kindly be-
stowed upon.us durtna the seesmt M-"
ness of my wife, sa tfor t mMany
kind attentons shown our ltte baby.
Agala thanks you, I reIa, -.
Oratefuly yarsou P. Tranutham,
We want .Wr I- u yM uk.
and are prepsmd to ~e y.s t met
killed pharmacists and the permet Ca
dras to conmienn them. TyrIs &
company.

Thp educational committee said
that Citra m them with a tll home
and gave them a splendid hearing.

THERE 16 A DIFFERENCE IN


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Our See by our new process is fres-
en at a temperature of eightto to.
degrees above sero, is as lear as crys.
tal and as pure as caa be nlada We
guarantee It to last longer.
BUY FROM THE BLUE WAQONS
And Not be Oiappented ln Servie
And Gweift

OCAU EAN PAUK CO


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TATIAS


The Tampa Tribune now measures
up to the hbeight of a full-grown met-
ropoulta newspaper. It prints a
newspaper of the wood seven day tin
a week. Wallaee Stovall is no lag-
ardN. He Is ever In the van and
nethtag Is too oo tfor the people of
South lorida in the way of news.
But why not. TaMpa ans all of Seuth
eida Las growing and its people
mot have the news, hot and sahmiUng
frse the sterotyped plates and they
Set It a the Tribne. Long live
SWOON and the TrUmne.

Mrma.. C Packam net rned bome
teday tahm a visit of several meaths
to Cape May ?Pnt. N. J. sad Phils-
d*phi. DurIng the post week she
aSteie the state esmentlin of the
I e-V TV.a m iniwma heldIn


MRS. FANNI It. GARY
Preiept Didekieea CMaeta United
D-smrs .eA _tCoeidamesy
M T. hamale I. ry W"n bea lM
Newberry, 8. C. Septebr. {1*8
as educated in ColumbIl&, CL.C: m
a*Po graduated at salsm . -, ion the
ftaem Mavia 0 school In a, she
married- Col.. I L arn. :o.ounth
Carouna. and shortly aMftrwamAbW
decided to makea iFluid telnr bemeW
and located Ia Ocala, *where her hau-
band practiced law, sa soom was at
the head ..of his perocem.
Ohe rendered valuable service ti
eonIneeUon wfth the IAdles' Aid o-
lties In lPorida, sad later a South
Carollina where ah ltved at her ed
home after her husband weat to Vir-
ginia as an ofseer n the Comfederast
army.
The Yetans and Danghters delight
to honor, not only tor her huasands,
but her own sake, s evdenced by the
magnilcept loving cup prmammed her
by the Veterans last year.
Her great wisdom fa& forelght and
lovable Christian character have
marked her as a leader ameng her
e. Mhe is the only premkkat thi
chapter has ever had.
Next to her cdrebh, n her devotml
to her native ,utmbnqua and to Ocala,
her adopted home where she Mnage
peacefully awaittin the ammnme to
"croa over the river, and ander
the sbade of the tree" In the para
dise of GodL-Tinmes-Unlem. 1N,

SThe above notiee was aecompanled
by a splendid half-toae cut of Mrs.
Gary.
Dr. T. K. Sl aofatr of ILva. In
coming to tow yesterday ia his at,
met with, an aseieat Mr. Jack fImts,
who was keeplg the doetor eoam-
pany In hie imacbln, hitched -m and
towed the doetor's erippl ear to the
Oeala garage for repskr
Judge Alex Wynne has been Inter-
viewing the United Stest authori-
ties about where mthe ripera rights
begin and end o lake WeIr. The
cm.-pondewe was tuite lengthy and
intemntiwg bat after presm ng vaT-
Iows oplion, they both gave tt u.
The labe Is not a navigable body et
water in the eNa e that I dea m e
connect with any other navigate
atrem nad therafere the geveramient
bass no juisdicuo over it. Thne nse
may It bhegas at the share line and
an the remt beI s to he pses.
Word comes fem Wh Wiom pa
that Mr. M. lFimbd is hmpwving, I t
he in the Bee an menet ao the pls,
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- ' Ifrf ro ll Mioni" k
emain r. a m en soft ki.

3 f NA. 1mat Man in at

ela" ,td c,. bas r AM -be -





A at Ceat a the l uav ma. ba
Bi": ":"i. S i~ mm' "' a ":"WMr. ax Mt of nrata wlat at the
Mr. C. A. IAmo Beb memd ks at the

Dis s ="d softs ants

Mr. C. L MeQuari.es ot Ganesvte
LAKS WWR MOKM 6 SAI. is a guest of the Ocak a.
*tra wu* is o.aI e plagWANTMD-Goo steady cmpetest
Asrblal memo 1AMa"aUmT. We ne
as r hes, work. wnu te tm t, Mi. Msa MMars of Atlanta is at the
Damm athgwnry 0meHeO.
4ikee isesAean encn
~eioeu.


*Th Ocatl Boue had 2n arrival
Ilst aligLht.


ade fret". aan
..99 OW B iii -h ng.Sa a 't h

Ell, .60 Dh ...."h M -P urh s a. got.






Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Rd-
wT. ardSOt to market building
Messars J. A. Hampt on ad J. M.
Toole or oral City, were easas at
the Mastesua last naght.
.1E P-mylvalas rt and other leading
newspapers and magazines at Bal-

~ ~erh CIS I Mhm cuarles Wolft Ad X.L
S ....... l III ". lan i of New Tork, are estsat o

.... ...,. |*f P C-lm "-artka Cold cream to S e.
a "s.a *, W Hi*. a at Me Patofe Dr


h o ave returned fom their visiu to




'... -|;." f -i ---- l --J fw a am W e wW of nw d l ank&
1,-iwi wmnu ui -t u i n




ti .....k udii bst hone. a *'mThe TbeuszAchry Furniture Ce. e-
MM-ad o-.ane-l. We ampleg el.-il.ed wan". .d ceived a carload of bedroom suite to-
s i e '0 "


T #,S.R'MOORHEAD."M GR:. "C" t .OW* .


.-"-: ...Dr. Dei& of le City., AL. is In
the city viatingt his soea Memssrs.
S1 ROSERY AT TTm and Joa Dekle.
;:i Mr. Samter Brooks' w mwar at Use Palmer' Lotion after savir.
SI Ze ber was entered and robbed Wed- MA and $1 bottles at the Poato
a,.day night.A l thel oan a --
the drawer was taken aa*
.', m B 1.e a- ey, me' U yt u wat a -ood waed pt el buy
San, The thief e --of Geros Best, sc. at the Post-




B&...; ,. ... ml Apwpy to fH.C.
Mr.aUri.e doM sodm shouglM O* re-




Roo pI.eNDID FARM FOR AL Jot at the Oeals Botta Worke.






ae -yt~ ofi.tMr. Chartles araboam was Pditoaed
Kr;ra mlll l oted as nodtii of thae fion'e ar At. .O .. .th .a o m

i nc ^e d t peala. o-me up a fi o neomB h C.
*- .e.w. .- Ml. tariter Bra C.m wDa &.tCated

,and as a tri-BbutB ,t fo,,v. Mr. -. ,s the pL, Oc. .





lUtYngOo It is estimated that So| ahe ma -some panmo esmaales.
- ~ da ,"""e a sea of te a tua he eAtemo al -
"'-- ea.e... r ale. u members s e WadI aers Wo child-oe arrla teed

IV, i lsli M wav mood oI d .. 7. .. ......





S," ....* f atm "- ad - -m. ... t--r L A-f or I amn.


i*~ -'ALLW
'4. p SWW.TM T0 ME

sod d NWeb


Lat night parade seaion.s- we I
held. Thousads of delegates we
weleemod by eoty cstaeb BeL
were made by e. A. C. Ranka. aof
Autrama. ad o aw. 3 I. mHattea,
- Masn Fan.gebm
P sFORu THE BAR
N. K. BoWr 1a attor~, at Pitto-
ield. Val writes: "We have aes Dr.
Klela New L, l"ts lor yspe ai"
lad them sact god" m damce
we weiamt be w.he MGt em!., w
-1%s, eematipsatlom bm.... or
ole headahe thy work waters" Us.
at aI drsoug .


m comm Iapawatr I m .
City Clerk H. C. Slstrunk Is speed-
Ig a few days this week with his
father at Moatbrook.
The best pama oe at popes liNe.
soilh edis, A sels per peum, sad
velsbpes I oneh at ouned Mm CIL
HolEpof lo for men, guaranteed
for al moatha without boaes, at
Ptahera.
Mr. Pat Randal of Conor. went to
Jakea ot le today for a few days.

FOR LRNT--Dwoelll furnished:
electric Ughts, baths, and anl aodeam
eOravemWeN. Gaas stove I kitchen..
Apply n Herbert street. References.
r- Um andfam f hrn


*s wa. y- -mes *
i s, disi at 22: W- d at le-
ampg wh e w has m vil *o
aOs 2% The ran""wo aetr" 'i
at o are m s a e u
wdak mh1s hs ae byeetwon aide-
apes eA -A
M ewns was tem aStder t Mr.
m Bewk the dirymaN. WO was
over U es atSO iP me hks s
HANK uBvoft how MWA =a
w aI nga aAi 8o, af ha
pan eeea oat d the mat plaem


metatma wneor oas adso was ao
e"at to ear im at ast the esot
ays "o hewe seath .


snewos, m 1ot Xe aenue.


The gme today between Detreft
oad Plubbr resulted In a viktow
or Pulsabrs borews. I teo
FRANKMIAI' LAWT NMIIOT
Tewl o*_ uk aW .ast
huhtU at the Air Zftmf yes hae
net seem and hed tis kfmy mt
twos ath he .eppbotu.y addosm


A VIOLINISTm R AIR DOME
Mr. Walter s securemm a
spaid mTvi tll er tAheir Dae
towlsst. uDo~tt(to hear hiBm
a moor


In a tadls galolm f tloaL thaI
barrel of ar..aate- o hbet
One o


Il a
air.


2 -4Bf 1


mad ome anem of Pure Idu-d OI,
wM do mor. to emvlao u of
Da ,--IN than an stlm al-
u In the daily awr. If ty
vnt the best rel, amd are en
to MwIdleoM--trI I
ror ede by to Mark Hardwae
Co(=pan O()0 L M

WANM6-M* to ta.' barber
fm& rw w--e= -pML Pratical
expoeiwie from start. Cre sIn-
strutors, too% givea. Diplomats grant.
ed. Waes Sotur4d. poetlom wait
Ing. Wonderful demad for grad-
uates. Write for taloge. Nolr
Barber Coegp, New OreIasu, La.
Fall eolds are quickly eared by iTo-
ley's Honey and Tar, the great throat
and lung remfedY. The ceuine oam-
tal no harmful drp. Sold by all
dr1ts. -"
FOR SAL-Fay-iotlo typewriter
In ood oeMdito. Has only be
used a short time. Wll aal for $60,
cash. Address~ B 11, Osala. St
We have a few baem of eieeptica-
ally fle written paper. Drop a and
take a look at them. The POstutcee


CASTOR IA






A PORTRAIT ARTIT
Mr. P. A. Angrwtime, a well known
aUwpaa gears andpor H ait w paiter.
a gkaduato oCf the Royal Aemy of
FMne Arts at B rl, as ia the City, a
~ est St the ra aHome. W has
won ai Merahi ame a a type
painter, hang bee several
medals for merit at Brsi f Beti
and Paris. He wll ope a stall at
No, 10 Port Kina aVease with Messrs.
r.iame* and aiedlm Mr. Anger-
sine will be plead to receive vis-
itors from 2 to 4 each aterI101. It
vl be lateresting to see hi at work.
He alo hasa On exhblttim several
fIely emeated oil paintlea which
are opem for hispcti
FURNISHlED OTTAeA
AT LAKE WIIR
For rout, a olmetely efurshed
smal cottage m east seide T laUe
Weir. Apply at S1tar &e.
Young man, w af amnee-
ments are n order. If youe wast years
to soom h made, d t fall to taha her
a hx of Beole Meal sweet ry evw-
sah when you call. They-awe to hbe
had ealy at the Court Pharmacy.
Tmhee is no uSr. law astaamay
o- hiugt fr PLAiNr CHIL
TONIC. Idt aaratuoed to e a-
lads, oahm a"d fever. Prteas ensg
pwr hboatte. Ask jyear dealer; hb
proub" Mya-.

omatn Manllw b s mamivs or new
rts made where de Ain saw
ig don Appr to Le 3. 1. mmns at
Tompkins a cowss dales
Mr lame Rflhimer.. fermatw Mt


mato, *a&u~.s



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GE


6POIP "


FOR SALE CHEAP
A Geshehi.bufl it uw
@some (Not Add"a~
the Jewis pe*n.A
;9k city.


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ALL SAPE AUMIS.


beto mubof ~I"bdo'n la
-as vims am- -uwa
at 00 the ookVMS itowpm.,
IP. m3dnw~s ~-
d*W Prm IM Ast u.tftMONO~-
M~~ndU04*anot a -Wf.mae s
tiNmm newelem. Tary ea"a
was 4 daoe .qmK OfW


*abamm wbEv
pmathe ea'w.ia~t
-t .a,"NUNN"m


COOK WANT=e
A e4ek wan for reoaumat A l1 '
atw s s.

SIRD DOSS FOR SAL".
Toum Pboater pap m r isal. hApuw
to Dr. W. C. MWll& Otwaha wi
DIL OOD MOVM S O FFIC .
Dr. Walter Hood has ab-- Us
eoffe frel the Tage to the Rle,
bloCk.
SED OATS FOR tAL.
Marion couty arma iaugs aU
Burt or 4-day eoa. C. ChambL
Mr. Williamm Rut t LmwL E
down this atteamem with afts '!@
wt, whom he woa plss lMa tohe h e
pital.
Eng eoer Boinag wa Pto wan tw
day Omte to his 110n 0 t St. AbAN
fro Waycromaes where he w egat-
ed o a wek aW HUi s &lid hew.
wmfl be iad to keoa,. be t e
r"" o tr ideon. ,ey

MOe I a n--Pa-MsW roso ; w-
iilhog newa e a" A_111w

are Se wae st .N w hI
Mr. John TOeMW the sv rm
architect, has bees kept ge the amap
for the past two meaths, looking aft-
er the public buildings in Ofato Jar-

to proceed at oaoe to KR Weat -a
asoertain what Is the aot40t of thb
Injuries sustained by the an -t
building th in Mofmd sta.
Mr. Tong lK t thth mi Mnaf for .tu-
pa, 1aa expects to reach the idland
city tr Fiday alshL
Jim Marshall of Candler wasI t
town today and Se is ,r-nep
to local dealers. He SaM m11 1sw.
ehett. the hstler from Caam, was
now nm the road adsaol g ftr "As hr
the Bradley qupmaw. -
Mr. Gordon LSeott wet to Mie-
aopy this moratng m- heaae.

Mr. J. A. Albritton of Doay was a
visitor to town today.

Mr. J. J. Taley o f Galassalle is a
guest of the MoatUmme.
Mr. T. 1, Womberly of at ta bF Is

Mr. D. BSlism a Orlando Is at tm
Monteauma.
Mr. T. C. McClarea of Beddick 19 at
the Moutezums.
WATCH LOT-A geld Se2 water
was lot hetweenam Humteras w shop
and the Buffum quarters. A iheral
reward for It return to the Star ofr-
fAce.
Henry Mason of Co-oer was is the
city today. %
Mr. 8. H. Gaitlfl eof Mgatoh.
who was the goEat of Mr. a" Mrs. S
C. Chamblse last n*ght, returned


Waoem oet, Is- 1-"*48"me
eetdemi 9tth NOW tte ee do
twbuehmbsidy sb~MS
the reperto to t We ~, s b h rn
abou It INOW 48C adhen0 a"
bene" hr Be
RETRNOForTMEPTNS
rimes cmar Mu~hd T~be
shaeo" im Mss
OWN" Now-Uss, u


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some noasy.
Set. J.I. L Bruige St hmem hm owm u-gamm @"x% 9 S& food
this se om tr- n lam A' da. .Ta pa .
ashamanf soiet am sh 7 1i .
Mr. Frank A. Rase oftK ta i. who I i h aI- t "
has traveled ths terrItory hr may M Sma s the g '.p
CI, is at the Oas -Hou. i the M
The fund at $s10 a tm u m"to geta fa t e"" ,by am.s"
S f < Sla i^ a n a m wi. InII, -,,,-a, *. a w
string f at de b orae here aa Tadi mrls a 3
the fair has bean risAed _an Dr. J. .C.
omer Is the c..s..tdes o th m. .-.
Judge D. W Ham has beba, I s-
Jaeaovie the pat two days leek- 'W*owI hSLs aWd*tv-f
tw after thin teot of t 1r e m
Conty Tl>ode Of a -'
Mr. rmatus Hopkb&usmi. ed y m omas
the Southera Phosphate Diu Thei p S-mWf a
company, wb has e spedg e
-tdmapoe uat V the es ememb4 at
Mr. and Mrs. M. Howard are ex w-Amf tr~w ob"_*M
pected to arrive this awrneas te
the north. Mr. Reward went op a upem
days ag tomompg R y Us wIfe hs remt as beat mm. bman


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stow bbyei e s

wpee"& fts"opamO4


"sho pwb*6-~-
Vbe smalM h In, Now, a
anes mp- utso. b w


wasrasud to theopm


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wafassd is whimaw a e 0oft
tAsODst asNs:m "a m we1r

BANUKFULL -'-a"mws s-In-am*IS--


C=% Ow most ng p the but ap t yseaWs kW#


na111 W.-wma.sc L wl men e -ns see" IamvE M .
,IN W. lARDING DAY M wtJashaed.tSe l,.&, Y 1a .f
-meaa of-*Ma wager: t e t e"alM thei
-pee1a th e- ae w ag gi vwiat M we-i ru aBr. Buti N waat is m to asr i i .
_'_ et e mae lNow eTat in the d erat; im -a im.. -hey
days!-believed asI s.bel....that oto Mob
CeHK a XIIt l"or r, r..a andf" fd **th e f th hig as p *b .f
Swn *sala a tars vma.mart ameameo ed Boe at "r ae sh a aonest moral can h to at-
"agutm ot ofb the an to s to Newport, whM wi&s s at L
gels," blinked limpidly ee a"e of mse ete hd a "Itan bond to spIek as I d sa BUI
& Io thea *4 O violetw e w tm anybew e a4 lo eI. e the iand io ur l tow .
no na iq t Uood edd the on try smods" eopa d toams pu eb Ws w st theY
Pereotte Ii soft, reflgent asadt es "Bother setey?' mI" aomn iaP sreSavmoa'e as gUd s -
S tO nW I andthemlocks d Ii D mee atundertata.. .a. th .. f a
Strace with is witchery weird ara- eat bhe mother a ia aa t eaeaa mma, but wata
bo me l t lhe Uln. shaockedl. t dftry rasotW by a w'.a dl. t
A'.0 the road that ribboned through Zmma. how eCan yotu my S a at; m 5 weoiW take OtBe spirit
........ w eno for"t am up fmea the lake wh l allked tgb proved Mr a e ,an e;aMveT pr, C ton Mather. ot-Ja it
MM oa m oksan her sister B ehthe ingh h pgert In aa coi tt JmS t Mw hu ^ mf I r|e|th
Hta.tat e t IR weope S youn hve not pw awoulrd o me thea ...S O ..;M= w *
ve saw the queenrst gWht," e e coM- Mlte0t t bemsacedby f the xanMeo and toueramte arola fpo rm tabate a. ^
WIN at1 eemg aut t su ach weather-not a person whose mas t mot to be Msha w ta reat u the vaoles Se a e u9 be r
sou.l. My ees ~t Lt heavy with mud tionae people: Iasm wigt mmk on a ,nm: rd wean g .
Sean hardly R my fet." re ad so where do that s a110t Ke.M.t1c ... at ith ,e / :Ou. -. 4,
h, II jstbhad" te! I love It" re et s only ;a s; protection aga the stao s and A reats her wi the ead -
iO m 'I I mply cou wnot stay Vulgarities f the street s d the to ...s5 at i Maei .sa i i. I
tb, ho@Aom I kInow now what a bird ead," cMrped Beth primay. .
You tiall depends aseh.w yeaTadvisers.lejectingdthemaWemissarin es
mMt hMoWr sIe, iOtle sister. I have 'AnB minsoty,' feth," sai iam. saperas ,.1 iot t t I
Sbe"es b ss a ia-awakenOd to a new "I maS the soet of weal thi m h elp It to be pOMlas to eSOPt
E __ a My s0l, tehed from the swirl- our Hundred, of course. I pray every..... a ru oders clril m, wi i t
ae ot -ordMidans of sorrow of base- night that I may marry a duke r a It could have its best sadt away we,
M, that seared it, Omsnt expand or count!, revive for as the uriest-1M1-











~,t "' My We for so ler ogwas e- Bethe bssuch elevate aest co te of tee........ ...... e T- 1 doSt i M
kee-p d e a g m at we ame. inted r mother a i rug y.. totie Ipa a wo d heal a r dgo to
"' SMb W5 uparous today to emerge at ast "schi petiam" iObserve mme, serial; too astleto .h mest esd.
_Aeaathe toohtnes s m ountain Ieoig grave, *eoebe
tops. It is hetd to real e that I have amere seat It is a that at r
.U builders -ndS- le ft- aW thes be BadM am free n the ight every New Year's evar when the C
-r ctaiy ba e h ad a hard time dbelw the churches rin A ot the lt S










WK Sad.":,;1k* *You..d.ntygy ca e to a hdtme ftye there (isue from th ob& Pat fco i ... .
Swplm .w y ot wi M that baaostU" admted Beth, ftries streams of vapory sprto with ebue.or 1M .
-. .a.g ISX take o breth. distracted, terr le faces, their he n
TmL ..raI" wes t on Em ma. "Don't clasped to their e. They are the To t HaEn .... a o th. _.
yelve that chorus of the frogs and prayers that never rose any Migher, Tei ..:S


1 t th e m e 'a a y e r s o f c h u r h e s I da v e to l ao k e fth e Sa w i 11
for ages and ages. Oh,'I wish the cnce ofthe words they otter;a pners Bl a Spt. ....m.
woods here were full of the old world muttered by those whose thohtCa cO& eoieted k tax re-
,nsiht ngas that the poets msy 'feed were on other thags; prayers f the dGaptios. .... .... ...... plM.
the heart of the might with Amre satiate hypo'rite; players of the bomb"; cask collected kmr cunty-
p"* O"OpMSg0s9s0g0000010 ofthe hungry dark with melody,' don't supplications to the most high cr tes read tax redem t...... 21*
yom? AMd don't you love this incense preposteroms and the Impossale; pray- Cas collected r& Mar=MIA








.o soaked .arth and It verdure? . of thos..e who do oft.paewhat .................. 41.75 W

AH 0 It liftsme, to the clouds there that they preach; gwrayers of those wB o dou B b coede.fem... e er
dMt like silver snow past the moon." those things which they ought not IsNC "ash a Fa MeWasI& tm
ShML elaughed alousd In her light heart do and leave undone those things C1as trase ..r... .... .. to a
egts, and the joyous peal went 'which they ought to do andt think Ca tro electric t a el-
og thrg the wood, theirwkly aesonofita ections.... ..tf .. .. .....2301A4 plos Pla. of it Ela lee Ge amty e
P lana"Lo'. Zmma, 'how you talk said their obolus in the collection plate ab. Cash frem pola Bcouort ndiaetsemn l
ah, marvelnar at her sister's e lta- solve tahem. With the jangling and psnd fees .... .... ......4 1 n i i i U.i.
-"'M *UUtiIsiheller ties, which S. didMnot understand, clsaging of the bell they are borne by Cash ON& lted y it Me. sbayd fCi**able S. ad W1
i They trudged on enm upward in si- the wlads over mountain dan a e1L s hal, deaimuint peruaLL


trees, until they came to a miniature fate." .Cas coeoted by city tax col-
dwellIug meaemd In a bower of By this time Mrs. Harris was agape. ctoer hr Ueses for IM. an
lordel too -&tonm~r"to utter a word.
was d-e-.. "You talk like a book. I don't khaw DOl urseme-ts ----


ffdcr. st .. .. .....
e,, g w ei se ainrte a "But he's so ungrammatecal, .a-e- Police departewBt.......... ..
"sonM 0 ...... ...... .......... .. edu catlis, ble whick hi bO S depart met.. ......... R OLL INR Cu,
um s anI O ae. gSsdits, sad to em who hasn't sa y wmosey," objeteda Mr. He. Fire and wate deatmet.. SMS
me"imo-premo ato sparane y of tham e. sanitary d"P ,tnt........... .sse "
"Noae o smeak .or .aded 3th, MdMarket dt............
pursingsor as sea hr ls duElecltric ight depataseuset.... 1.9 1illE A 0S TI AU l
-purv bar li-.p foed for almaloN city O... 3. U41 T DOUUSTUC AND IWUOq, <
Ade m at, thb," eoamedd city aghAt .. .. .. ....... .
wnj saplenadid twS oa ad Whtio6 Mo Mrs. Harris, "1 mst amy Jlasa a Amt transferred fromK U. I aa -
ayoa re, i t worth n/ds s .B? ral good man and mot obuglgs. He to Gen foud.. .. .. .. 2....301 I hm MS Naltig A
is ..* ... a.... .G ............ .. c h ha..... ... ... ..... .... ... SI l
tao 1 t Se OM. to in* t e bst "ow about Captain WiH am? TMhe reports ot e seve =al e ars -
as.andft is NORM Uw itS $"2 qunU m ma .. -w wo ul ye aothe t wanehe.retoa i~ o ld e *.
Ste 4 IT f I ...... ...... .....S dis a made a part of ths, year rom ttoss ,
-n- *b bu Wa _- _i a : | .u"My dear *" a wev ead rm otar r ep opo
ease, hut art deeig, het aew* *ye1 Mob p l la et.e aae t
deon with Jb-1 --ea modly. L. w. DUVAIL

b deaS eite sJutaoaweadotwere several titm a snmimasdt Re wat of Us CO it

ft e C.... ..o... ..... ....u.. A ad ay He t a a qe R T. o, tr W
Why, benOutt.$MAN t 0thatt a pre*atiom neseting Othe aile
-bTmmafls. stoos as the it wMe a were requeted to reptIs in writega sO
ondei m prattle plane.8 matter ot 16 c11ts. 1.to the adLabhility Ot of ig ol as the
N .g G A -p ,e.I n SI .r _... .. . ... ... W ..m "A ma's tru e t aa o In .e streets of Ocala.
does ti world, neataer, a seerdting We anow be to a port t hat na ar
a otaM atsedto Mohammed." oplnu. o Is the ha tg we am
Sr e ..... .....S o r streets .a rge thattbe



".e ew aS is a ned sticky trht I thought rd have l oars In the bank s the real standard how to apply It O the streets.
n to h-ave my rabers In It. Don't for- wealth. WI aay yen can do Rsetnfs. i
sg t0th t s2at.t ai upahll coimmag back.o" "yth If yo have pletIy a7t i M 'T' o
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