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 15, 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: VID03298
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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Ilutatoists. ro.n the later to the ce, while te
eesu mews that the revolutlaists itiader helped himself to all the
Vie s a"se Rives u d also that em In sight. e carefully tuck#4
S s.. sesawort on t-he -,flel. th gld ad m ilWls Into hls pockets
darod for eveloutlpn asd has over- and tIem exclaimed:
Sthe gpOt hee 'If aar of you attempt to follow
w.wJ '_ w Iha been -take. Colonel me, I wil kill you. He started for
S- ^' ', .. asa nA the errisom the t eM dO and Duff immediately tele-
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"th e ght ap.ed ,the gph" tomob- has was
...t..k tothe town, ThM au tos the bank. At te
p soiogteh st at him. the robber broke Ibto a
AU Tt:'. .W News tr a Om Itow i that tber im. andl citlmens held the chauffeur.
...-,.. -" n- Na n es Tm a be- The chase aftt the fuitlve a a
di e'f Wa *a city W -b the th e trvol- Rg ome. but ended in his suallde
t.,jIja .within a few minutes. All the money
-. ttee bank was found tIn his
n..- otTheO' n AVD T robbers had called at the bank
"d-. a leading merhant at early L the day.
l 'mese: "r blttll
a .VW llV es Sy and tar absolutely SWEPT OVER NIAGARA
-ep tliey t a svo re cosh. and This terrible calamity often hap-
a ib whoisl was so Ill with pePassenee aear~ bsatma" ig- 1
a aso.dat the m.s save Mm N w naste o uai% r w Sem-ws
-:nn wpS a-S le in l Fey's Homey riggis= and taster current. Natures
"an. Ta. oh e Is as a s ee wam are kind. The dull lpaa or
!Yu sa es at-* dts. Sold W e ln sew1%be ava yees thue
...Feb* &svsttaes it ese 0*Yeu es- o.


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mem othe d n de 01" them
Y wy ae _ray rew &ea-
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^^^"b 49^kbi^m^i!.- (e'. ,m" ITube-,Whip
if t s VAN gala mt al aMS M_ emaneg .*, have a
eN S3 iiss leased u hpaed






whr t W S ,We ew i s eie O.e Hundred DoeMars



AMA SS o l s clud tre a a. T. J. Chemey & Co., To-
S O W athvstI 'All i at a eM b t k at thi io l, OMl S M by a l yrars. Tver
Ebud"em WO is the heo se fl as .hmWOPnis f for c vrlp. -



S ato eror. the to- saM .e.




W he an MtRa n i. millm, Wee wiOe camde to the JadgI
vas at -- She *.*i wis te a she omm btem tbo
the erader i t sa trains the Wish mary, and requested pem eo tor
w-aisi .n.. AhaI Ma, ap I. sWheT oe e thsfr-

at iey enue.1.m. athe ups, S w.B aa!d her ftudre husband should d-
.an d the Boopitul e ps. Thr Amm T O
GOOD" Wh o Tb" 'le a. wt S b a rie I se A er L. Sw





tndaa1 ams em the beak Iso a Rhl Teas W ond i A.
4k. W thf a t...WE cume fr kidney, bladder and








m oAwogm aNSWONt!Ttht ds b a Of ar e a 's treat ent $ a eHu b
teat TImtu wea ha oe ins soonriet oe t-e
er Stby Of e M me Stat toen "s U~tIe IOM@.SILc e -O t. SALE
WT masnR gs r autmbie, tw








.... chi n drive, a t rst-v a en
Pei t Af t o a~e ehe=ap fomtr chash. Apply teo C. w h

-;0 8wte. TMaIrss e tmph U. Swmoey er ee d. .

l t hof as r --a e Mman ano s In t
hZ b_ su. I t. sTdie TOha ndtw eAte P weno on to










B at :o-l: oak Pr.-.t "ot.aa d iL 5Ac f Tshio C all ly


i 'e. noesr rebbe the sav ings bak of f S
Ie Me two aPte wtlTb a none ra I highland Parklest
havOWe 0ary anisbOfates aTaAM .a aeretoratc asuburbing.thetlhie
W T eat illesyoar8 wo t Ws ola K nerfu ot reober, sne of

S .- Pase saldatn delock Mr.o isit t rive i tTaft t he beakla Tto -
/ me s" at tep eh oande tn the othanhenT...=-l--e-i m.
MONSOO Np t I e W t m"- y .y*a V e A o i s
*,lot. wiw .the n bin thL.opMer$ W A E, D N oft he ro S e rt who had




sa5me at d ate no s2 l ob or. Taft i ivhe nkInan auto-
oa-1k~tad uWeaUl atl hSe eswilbor -was atue Soln BI an*S ft o of .




t -b in ....et the Ohe Soaeety ad e l t el robbery, to r ing the pri. ,

ces-.. .ptn" the peesBdest hI b asp eo to o a foot.
lut e ,Mex ata obriefsre r his bail Md n e blde r an


ttoNo te tW o tee.W at a t Wte u a. o rmal ntoNF the bank Ith rbaulet-
s lA bo ge s ad ftilasawrf lwotfe sa me6.








T o W e Ti O* 4 At1 Ne ws @. eW s s eB d (6 ve. Iin an
Yaft will, h a o n hi ey acad the|wih went thr hatt ou the sae of his
at th atth he 4wi


Si .a ,I~ k sp 3 at he i v "Tholtkme l eater the wdiberae w thi



,..*, gt.-gg.- .ga, -.g.,, e __ di rn ane (whic had dielr M veled at his head, the fugi-
- i M L- C t 5 7 eg ton f70 dt y p Wmu le o hs own revo-
saiod l dhs nt h e i mouth an ed era shot
d AmheaMr Salvom tillwholyWhic reclted ote-Aisdeat l&-
r. ts, c~aon..tank.oft. of a.s.,,-y
urea~lBB^T" blde bbenpnd po. astoud n'ou. idetit o the manmandh
.o .. .- s rmiest M.a-mu a,&M and -h_ robePary
hv- ee m g ,a . S,,,., W anl o tr a deliberate alnd

-* Mw OrueCRLs har 1,-A lto e atter. the hasn d of C b hs -
.-JoAEAt1- Tiates-Demort ita ft.les .en a le i.esgield by -
herasesful pA vik "a" Valueso taheeabfanlsn t a


,ns: "Tie n eells headed ot'aco em ry aN e of in here Into that o
jPlop a" at P peMr t a o I wI blow your head ffT. -
isy O, ha m aroused the eatlr U emt 2y9 up."h satd the b aI nber as hen u
-a~t see ts to be sweegag the eai M a even the m with a revolver. Duery
-- -- trz. EverywheOre TaA ar reported pa epmplied with the demand.
.. b I ecking to the armles of te The boeksmepe and the tiIh n


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tf the Me" dese t. B Bsy' a
chasediIndian. is making W eUse
fiht after the mawr of to#M_





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fahIu o an t a Saa mmm ew i






e whie-h wase" PM ye"no he
sthi ma the du hter of w irl ter
w ek se eann tee. hmins have hm


fac I. The AM had wft den ety1


to get away fro W. an whim she
bems to retard his pee m that his
Pwsuers were Sar ,imb he shot. I
Duly N d the Bmlloi girl for a a
Iwne a0d them demuled her tram
her father. He was refused la s
gent term and B ealtace v-weerd I
a few rmarse -w the lndia race. He
never spoke agala. BiDy shot him
dead. lifted the girl trm the dde of
her death father ad carried her
away.
But the irl was mnwl ag ma the
Aght of the landsa.miter threatened
to end Ia capture usatlb he shot her.
Then he galed an is prsuers and
soon wasu the vantage point at Bul.
lion Peak. Their the porne has be-
eged him fot feor wdy Attlmpts to
force the position or assault the peak
have each time ended it disaster to
the pursuers. Deputy Sberf Charler w
Roche Is wounded In the thigh: John
Hyde. an lmdia fraller, In shot Ia the
back. and ebunda Chia an dism ar
policeman from the Indian res ratio -
he, a bullet In hb let
The pome rhas settled down to starve
Billy Boy out. NXibt amalts 'have
tailed for Mly has seemingly re-
sworn sleep and starvation appears
the only means of conquering hima
Militia Jin Pease
A score of militiamen, armed with
high power rifles, have hurried out
over the desert to Join the posse.

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Boarding Sbool for UhW Coem~t by the Rets~t4i.4C~
Shww tfrom 2 to14 ya"q~ek4f~k
leetuell, Komi ad Sda)T8es Ralty Lcamtle, egset 5
Plool, complete Eqilptla et n chsimern, orltme Dial". EmluI
Reuemtion Roo&&.2iL Lv.:~~
lkply for PFsE tos ithe BSiaM U tO
SL josep'A


tho fast time they well .mktaa
thought the Wter ,let i e cto
peake Bay and the city of Norfolk
and adjudged It better to .de.p-
fare the ocean wak reMd 4
haiy. weather helped to deeefs the
aeronasts In this respect and It was
not until after a leadIta was edfected
that they discovered that the towa
was Pete.sbarg and the water James
river.


"Your som has comeumaioa. His
case Is hpelegs" Theb sppaDk
words were spokes to af. 3L B


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1n00 -afD that Dr. Piered



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W& heeam W et Ote utu tiMtelEV t
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may bealo plmeto ae that teo
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onetL aJ hongkf druf|Kti, aN



1h1 Ingikhaveo theInn-
"Tvorito Pg Ier is to StB-.0idi.


A Ng be tn thea hooan i semmt will




WIN THE LAHM CUP
Richmond. Va., Oet. 2J.-Wilag
the Lahut cup for the longest flight
made ta a balloon, under the uas-
pices of the Aero Club of Amerisca.
and breakag all speed records for
long distance li t, A. Hotand
Frhes, of Nlew Toof. -d former
mayfr Na lechmaa. of at ane-
itl, anade ywuserda antrea at
12:45 ta Cahetereld county, twenty

tas made It the ball oon New a or


tn which Er ories won the duration.
contest ta the Indiamapplis contest.
Starting fro, the ga works In St.
9 T hours and IS Itnutes, at
The balloon paoneud Lenrhhur& at
10:36 o'clock yesterday morAine.
aoon after neon an apparent crsfg
hbdy of water was seen ahead and a
large tow n me lto view o bew. Mr.
LUSthe and his eof s.= 1ealsri


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l~w W40L .RI-smito al-
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Mr~bs -w to do" an do Wore~kO
~~ _ds awup toe-alwe"a wnfor
49 Ofthe hurries..
001" beayer 1 MONISMsosmemem that the
oilft sweai ts omami w~k be-
even a seo a Owriug is al-
tae""utodamw nbs eMpleres

d~dhdwM~ "Mewasom
400 0119- eg mOWawnd uippis. Maw Me-
........... M e01k'b. kfn of YarTk iyes 01.amtgo
-, e la& reips ?usThis Word Was wM-
.~ W* aived frees 1 T I M A kiVMSl
~ss t stps"ad beest mom by he--
00,1 woo Olbowlme G ais"ewaidmtes to


~ be erat~~ ~athe mo t arbet dos

'OWN== oM plo-hwhsk tOWNSe MisrA toiea oil
ows W OfThesebe.lpw themE bt PanUNWar
me 0"- t" Ise n hich to mew at We hpothe ewler'

~~p~ihal Mr. mad MM W. IVK.Sewsuadei n
a- -W se, OK- tha it estsO r.w aOW
doP liar to n& a. waJr mind at ther ome eas
ftft US avmwntal thir ftrau-

0 saw ml~t h ve an aloshtws. Thmeeof Mr. So
No W~ wo so"ears left be~ CloGy.
i~Pa m~ everbalyit Oak trememtbers
a" eso a bm" amid debams yewst=a%
-ins emerlauy to a noms& admeaste In
r S SANK Owes In I d"g b an w

le, Ibbmh slItothe A=,Ar-
0MAbur EMI.$eb I to "r Michgan
SOW U~oudy .tde t&AL veubeft en-
ho swaft WW*-'.sendba ear~d el weltomeI.Mr. saG

I~ Iluling Uflvarmd cut Sian too
b~ V wes owea~abt at Weihe, the

M~ini~IIM MawIIs TMe Wommen's 01vb b"He dts ir
vq~ashl h~a.Oda h meeaw twosafherumom. athet
X@-W in -r ri "YaoukiomDmll-
I adto ~Mu peple a'ww th toih~flatReat.Mrs.
M610 b- hud OakdIs W. A. Godb"=a4 oflbstusi
*Is U ibm, ft aid IftsM J. 5.D. Albirgoom and MrM0.
~4J1 u 4L Oh Veswbwedo the hemwea


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Prer a esead Teo thIs Ytr s
Velter 21e Ias hre oulnld by a


mii. -P ho a a the pmath tev.
On etpIermed4 with its mee Ipn hg
Ia.er wtod -l a lereel dispay ts-
mem I amtsI s eosmom Cydee bpr
pthe di o to t erious dame nteoaO
at psprty hundI s opatho

Atla at G o'a1 the Alh m Imm


ads of towns nla the patch of the
dhainam idtie ly oeasted, it was




TiapmIIm with the maer reports O-
reeive to estimate the dmato De but
it is believed that the cotton remain-
Ings i the Sels the path of the
storm is practIcay a total ied, with
the damage to other property rmalay
late the hundreds to thosanma t
Starting about sixty miles east of
Atla at 5 e wrelock the store swept
ortw et and lasie of two hours
had traverse a large section of this
state. o sed several co stles
Tenam e aPd wa last reported mov-
tag westwarde over North Alabama
manl stores varying in also from ene
to three tlhes I disaster tell all the
way F m Athens, Ga.. to De. tur,
Ala., sam at Teanessee points.
Wres To and Homer
Demn.rk In Madison county. Tem-
Sesee, is practically dmollshed, the
ldded y aae at aO e allowing qulajl
l the. o.,f the stom-A ap at
semoo etas the wrecked town wk
rsee behind es. At this place 1ndo
et the more moderbnegs were bore
town from their foundatios andwere




Wa Wied. le the amerty obuas t eld












malbd rr be nI slae $100.O TYenre
were Odem molIh. O The atalitaI ed
tar iwe e Tea bt the watd at-



Albert d hrm and his child, an In-
toeme wascoaught ingwg the faillung







idath Mrs. Barnes wwas jred. At
tstaMulberry. ian Olc .ount. Twe oS



Te omm eas werile stripped romer

Ash by ad hi wife were of wured.
wieeabt was blown away.
HEAVY LOSU IN ATLANTA







Atdn tae Ga., Oct. L-A wind and
hall Oter Tof eylonic proportiose










sted tho be te stre make terv-
pl v AtlantaI rat 5:25 yesterday aft-
tamm and left a trail of rtok and
rein behMint. Hundreds of windows


weie brole a chimneys were blown


Mowni esty uprooted and houses were
mate to be a at s XlastgSW The reo
were no chmaltles. The storm ltd"
only twelve minutes, but the wind at-
tatied sad held a Velocity orftorty-
Isz miles'an hour. Pedeatria were
Instaes through windows. The cov-
tem by hail stomelpone of which




graph wires are down in all dhee-
thits a= several nearby titles are cut

SOPD GATS FOR SALE
Marlom county grown rustproof and
oprt o m-day oats. L C. Chamblims.


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Ladies' Nck W. We have th l

Contus, Lace aad Sink Dws, Jabesi *UI


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Backles. O stock ths sessm

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aallw "-e M -m
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.. ~-- Our entire stock at $75 to $100 -off Spot Cash Prices
mlsk wim" b b ff.
b. I. can be arranged to suit the convenience of the customer.

,As -We have only about 15 Pianos to offer at these figures. Eve


.. guaranteed.

_____ _* The Everett, Harvard, John Church and Dayton Pianos are

%,lf lb known in Ocala and Marion Cdunty to need an introduction.


First Class Hf h Grade Organs from 25 to S75; $1 Cash and


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-- "--. Mr. 1,W. wimps l at am Moste-
S arrivals yesterday .

., Mr. T. Beek er made l ai at









';Thse d g cuff button at Welbe,
Piety ot greub slowng at W. P. Zd-
Sr r aht p toow at Whe the ewele
Si Mr. Sinm of Doanelldo Is at t,

S:k Dr. P. A Mw of Pedro, made

WANT D-Good, steady compete.
.% e*k. Apply at 75 South Third st re
FOR RENT-fesse on uouth Third
street. In que o Dr. Walter ood.
Mr. T. 3E L yderd made at Wbusiness
trip to Jaetkusville this morning.

Those ladies' gold cuff buttons are

Mr. S. Mayer and wife of Dubuque.
W.cangutofteO Bom

Window Display .






W. ; -. ,Mr. W. C. rnt of OrlaGreen Bay.
A .. ., t, ,, _,, ,r There Ocala Hriu the O.a

.Mr. F. M.Spe. -e-ofo .er, .f.C
Ina guest O Abe Ocwis, House.
Mr. A. N. Goodwel of Standardk Is
a guest of the Montesuma.

,aiowe'en post ed pt Wel ,, the
.e weler's



S. Mr. W. C. Ornsteln of Green Bay.
S, ,ewpsper a nd est f the Oca t Housl-e.
Plenty o fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-
Sward, next to market building.
t. oThere wea the arrivals at the Ocalat

Js tgg a MMr.Reudben Long d wwife of Con-o
ner were In town today shopplag.
.. f '(Mr. J. B. Joel of New York City
is m at th e Oatotoe D
So t BU Tlaesh geflf buttofts-te
up to new at Weihe the Jeweler's.
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SIs among the arrivals at thehMnthe

,.... .. is.s.. s O _Pft d s oe B The. shw Sew MkM- sumr. .o
t60,b mwdmgillead Oweiesrlidut44 **a *m anooter* pl
nPlmew s Garland mCodCrean at2. 6-
00111 1k$ W ar mh amm V SOW by t Glagr sd6Yd. ^btt bT BtIIIand Wc, rJ arat the Postofte Drfo*
o aft fhW il a o pd -i *s nl. ts owne aw. w Ms atu Thel tnlb SeWsnstora
a aimr madiss w d. "yt hehIno0. 'i mW jeet ath sfg

S'.-.-...n dSSst'r m '* "er 11e a w- Mr. W. 8. Doavis o Rhmooks Vls


..... ,among last eight's arrivals. at the Pot-
.ewele'.,


the Ocaa House.

S, i yo want a good lead pencl buy


'The editor of the Star wil secom-
Spany Claude Campbell to the Pedro
JR HTLplesie n ad school raPy tomorrow.
| "l Use Palmer's Letlo after ahavin.
*iiiisiInSTEL M. sa $1 bottles at the Postotcs
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S lupt. J. H. Brinson and wife will
| ) BI Un nin M ATIAI'S attend the PedrO school rally and plc-
*m i ^~ w e u~ MlUs tomorrow.
WANTED-A Arst-class young Jer-
IWm: I i my ow gi t milk. Apply to H. C.-
Jomes at the Ocala Bottling Works.
KM Wf II1 5 South Orange street and the street
south of the Wistertl and the Met-
repole are being hardened.
IL 0 Davis & Co., or Jacksomyfls.,
win sen any make of seeond-band
|ffefl H m Ism Otypewriter. apIn eay terms t hired.
Mclver & MatKay have a coal
H 0 7L f chute at the .L A. L depot from
which to supply their trade.
Phone us for you presriptlof. We
ll . and deliver them. The Court

S. .Mr. Robert 81selair l assisting Mr.
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J. H. Brinaon In his office for a few
days.
Have you sees toe new visible Py-
Sholes typewriter? X. C. Davis & Co.,
geral agates.
Mr. Sam Petteway, the west side
naval stores operator, was in town to-
day. In his automobile.
The best peakep of pepe Smen
eluk lS 5 enS s mb per peemd, mn
Senvlmpe I am sah at oa Now CI.
Sheriff Georse R. Carter of Inver-
ness. apent last night at the Monte-
SMIS


S P.PDI PAM POR IS _
e- r nas a a m a k -mano-
m imes an l t e1r tfeed. Piaw aed
weed waind Al d the b EUR. -
hard road. T maisoat -- BRy UIa ioU -tw Xes
the prie wl pre yo Aly at -de Yor pmj
me to thOl Itd -a.Yo
the renowned Ai-riess violinIa. DO tB 1W 4 s IGem i
who played at the Air Dome last
He wiyl bre there t.og and temor -. .
row night, ad these who have not ~7 pf =gDd C1 wes gl atm m
been to bearhim wlel mani a treat If
they do not do as The sual pro- teedtobe the ba th
gram of pletures will h offed aM S nd
an houw spent at this delightful open- t fl ab Mr. p 3m Md- "
air theater I well wort while.
wRiVsan t *or wheatsaa Sod ev ~ -.- 7-
FOR KBNT--ftnau, ad rooma; v- I 4 o . Mr L A .':- '
er nw aO OvMIt; ath cvdy by aar r.
Wisteria hiding. s North Second as lok aftrdo
street west. U-2M6. phd.M taJ l A
The asheRff t Lake comoty brought A P o. L. W. i 1 it I.
up sixteen prisoners today. all color- tos Ha u haM
ed. Mr. A. J. Brgance took them G y a
to Donnellon. including gEve broughtat a I meea t e
In from West Florida by CapL. Tom s Vsta.. M M mn ,
CLAY COUNTY REMAINS DRY 09atE 15Meeaset W 1t a a a
Youmg e saw, maine ans . et M Cha stg r
ments are n order. If you want years The we or dry election In Clay hld a qthi .. e.
to aooa be made, de't tall to take her county Tueeday reoalted in a -J IL u.***
a box of Bell Mead Swevta ery oe- Ity of 1is for the drys. Mr. Prank Msathoews aeo to
e gac whe you call. They are to bhoe I OW foar Fat w t a '-
had only at the Court Pharmacy. FOR SALE CHEAP amw "W W boo wr.me1-
A deairaMble bulldiag lot oe Nrgth charge of a bet h abnet yWa4d
We regret to learn that Mrs. W. J Second (Rest Adams) street oppote kind e aM at 4 p10 er beaaft
S heridan is aO the sick list. the Jewish y Adi re B tras The m Iminb e S
There is no gamne law agai st o;,ao cIty. wd wad ornt Pal aw" ,a
one hunting for PLANKa CHILL COOK WANTED To" Wr olti ter-emhseda
TOMNIC. I uaraoed to e a- A cook wanted for resta rat. red 1 a t
lands chils and fever Prrma PrESH 25 costs 114 bs ei. 0 m wftn
per bottle. A*k your dealer; hell U aat Elk Cafe.m t t i" '
probably know. DO FO R SALE
Judge Titeomb of Dunneuo., who Young pointer pe for sae. Apy h "
spent a week avannah with old to DrI H. C. Mlls, Okawaa ava I
friends returned home today. APIC WORK ,OFss t y. .
Upon her return On f er ha umerw s -o AMD TYPEWRI yW al eath ator as
vacation your first act bold be to Beginning Monday, Octob r 1 h. I prove &
call at the Court Pharmacy and bay can be found during busless bemr p
your sweetheart a box ot that deoe- )J the Law LAbrary to the Mebchant' Mr. W. C. nieh'ad ha the dea
lous Bell Meade candy. "Sweets t6 block, prepared to do all manner of atrot fre reaN ewv tih pae-li mae
the sweet, you know. stenographic work and typewriting. the ehlbmy In the realtut ma IM
Mary UI Begie. the hi&h aoeLt o5 male resi W a
LOST-Lady's small watch, open dek and pupll. -He will camt es
face, gun-metal ease, with fob; mono- Those wedding presents at Whe. the work today.
gram R. W. & a on fob: fob pin lettered the Jeweler's.
E. W. I. e0. Return to star office Mrs. J. .L Deon apt a. Mr- .t. .
and receive reward. FRESH SME1S Doo.arrivedt o d ty yamb e
We bave In our feek saup aty r wi s- s A0to m hf a m*h base %m m
iOR SAL. A spledid Wellin st Mr. will arrive asem be
upright piano, nearly w, pereet ptn, Tydla & Co. can hi be aaed. hf
order. $12, easy terWm. Several ued ome has bean at M Omi, %-
organs for almost nothain Write or UP EORE TiHE BAR aI r
phone me,. 3. I have no store. A. M. n ato r o MTorm of tM o ty. o t
Lansforl. N. IL Brown, an attorney, of Pus- *0
S,. feld Va., writes: "We haVe aed Dr. Mi.ss Dm. Daer waseab td
Yesteray Mi Grace Merry f a'K s New IMe Pills for years a yesterday w MiL A&aA m is at
Micanopy was married to Mr. Franky-ofind- themsy.rto mt a ncleon shower. OR th O-W""S
Mlay om rd a wewouldn't be without them.' easa a
Ila of Tampa. The ceremony tookci us T.e sltpatie.,w bm I oe cari.-tB. of wasrs -. I evl o
place at 9 A. m.'at the home of the sick haDsCtahey iousAessRo aer tr .i Ma. i D tm a
bride. Those present were Mrs. J. M. latc aldruggts. geo- Vii. an M. Il a pBdeB
LIddell, of Bantoe and Mrs. Mathews, aa wa ar trInsop WM 4 ad- W in *G
of Tampa, skaters of the bride. The fo bRohe- ',WStEW a R INa MNi~ t M
bridal party and Mrs. Mathews passed ANTED thle s abt11. dMpat ek s lot
through Ocala yesterday afternoon on AT KE W R Partdpat: Mie Anmiit-
their way to Tampa, the future home Per rent, a completely furnished. *1M D s e5ttil' S Us-Way ,W.
of the couple. sman cottage em teat ai a O take Anna Mime, Alice. aeak a- a --
Weir. Apply at Sar 9M die9*he.
A gentleman who has had thirty odd Mi M a aver will am m i N a
years experience operatintag both bhand Doaler.
and circular taw mills desires pool- L
tion with reliable concern. Answer.' || pot ear sat Waft
4Saw Mill," care Star. C% .5 O1
The ex-mayor of Leeisburg, Mr. L. M -- * is6 M Mie Nan Breoasb haa bqte e 1Ub
E. Doaler, who has spent the pamt b M Tl ho for the pa week t the hem m( r e
four months in New York and Maine. pareptst.Mr. &d M rs. e h h a le
Ing the picture of health and said he t
of his trip. Pgmpa.o mnm. Ttalcum 9wde iag eHa HARNK- MENDED n where he iBee to leek alt
holdalg nearly a pint each, guaranteed Harness of all kisd mehtdd or OJ Te
pare al fragrat. The Court Plar. part made where > Al tooa b '-L .
Macy. Slin doss. Apply to T. .nff len- at
Tuepkl' teed ob ax t for six moathe -

terday from Bradentown with J. OSTERS-OYSTEMR -----tL -
Pa...aour. who is aeeased of taking The Elk Cafe will begin srtlag 07 Mr. W. W. Roberts of the Cltibrns
20 barrels of corn and converting sters on Saturday. Inmarance Co., of Mimaourt. la in thein ss
them to his own uase, before leaving esty on husinea with the eempaar's
Ocala a month ago. Frank Hall DECORATIVE ART agent. Mr. P. W. Ditto
claimed the corn. Per high grade work of all kinas
of painting. paperhagig and dee- Mr. J. M. Connor of Raiferd. a We- Calh
R. C. Davss a ie., or Jekasmnvile, orating, at the highest prices (no brother of Mrs. MaxwelL proprietor of IF' M A
handle silk typewriter ribbeta Tie, cheap John work) with a full and ef- the Florida Houae, is la the city ery
each; 7.5 per doesn. ficdent corpe of decorators, call at Mc- a few weeks. -.-. -
Icer & MacKay's.
Mr. and Mrs. Schultaler and lovely Mrs. M. P. Mesaett, who has bees C J
daughter, Florence, with their daught- Most women are troubled with kid- ependiag the summer Om her turm


er and son-la-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. ney complaint, and you know very at Mount Vernoe, ls., has !rerend
W. Bickley. of Oeean Grove, N. J., many serious and even fatal di ema home.
passed through Ocala Wedmeedayp esult from these neglected kidney
afternoon to their beautiful home troubles. If you will take DeWItt Sterling Sthv an cut glta um r pgD rr n d
and orange grove on Lake Weir to Kidney and Bladder Pila as directed, wedding. presathkat at Welob the
spend the winter. you may be confident of goid results. Jeweler's.
Try them and see how really goo a
Fall colds are quickly cured by PFo- they are. Beware of twitatV-. pills Mr. Howard Waters, who has been sp- wm q
ley's Honey and Tar. the great throat that are Intended to deceive you. Be visiting in Newberry S. and other
and lung remedy. The genuine con- sure you get DeWtt's. Sold by all laces a me relatives for thO an ,
tains no harmful drug. Sold by all druggists. two weeks, returned heme toy -.
druggists.
Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Zd- Mr. ClU, I." Aadersen has redaad
Hon. W. K. Zewadek, wife and eB wards', next to market building. one O Ms. Sale am's pretty est-
Olaf reached Ocala yesterday after- tagesn e SemBth Seemd armelt aN
noon from SpringfleldM Il. and will AU of tme highs aheol beeks and adp- move Into In a few days.
again make Ocala their heme. They plieas me mow in. You en get the
will occupy Mrs. Deshams home on high ehoal beeko enly at i e OCa Mr. N. J. Wicker 4 CI no the
Oklawaha avendb. News Ceo. age and phloopher f that eam-
muEMy, was the dity lamt aht a W 1
BOARDERS WANElD-Twe young Mr. F. 0. FIts, Oneonta, N. Y.. a visit to his sist, Mrs. Walter... INO .A
men or couple ean obtain rat-elasa writes: "My little girt was greatly
board and room In private btlly. benefited by taking Poleys Orlno Albert Rob3 mon, the youth who &6.
Apply "J, care Star. Lazative, and I think it is the beat burned to death at Archer their es
remedy tor constpaton ande- liver day. was a omm of Mr. Wl a* flm
Mr. 0. B. Ganby and family, et trouble." Poley's Orino Laxative in low of this city.
Montague, now occupy the Prank mild, pleasant and effective, a eares .
Moorhead cottage recently vaesated by habitual constigation. Sold by all Mr. I. M. Graham, a dimaeted le
Mr. Blanchard. Mr. 0. is a earpen- druggists. \at the lest cause was I town tadny
ter and is working on the ItR. An- and said nothing Inter"weig he weMld
deron building. We want your precriptloes woreek attend thy Mtate reaens Of ma
and are prepared to offer you the most rate Veterans at ve Oak.
FOR RENT-Barn and stable first skilled pharmacists and the priest of
block north of hospital. Apply to J. drugs to compound them. Tydlage & Mesara. Staford and m a a'r .1
H. Brooks No. 15 North Second company. Dr. Spnmser of Weirdale, weWe Io
street, Ocala, la. city today.
Sheriff G owy l' lining up for the -
Mear. .L L. Wartmsann ad J. W. Pedro piceni tomorrow, but point Mr. Will Odell f the Osdt CDeae
crosby were down fruom Ctra today. blank refuses to say whether he will company at Oxford, waas o eity
Mr. Wartmann sald the bean crop mount that equine be now owns for today.
was holding up well but unless rain the Journey. a Star je ,s j t.. i --.
comes it will be seriously affected. He _TeStarjobeMeb as -s I -rt
said that so far as be was concerned FOR SALE-PFy-8hol typew out several thousand eeplts d i s
he would ship no oranges until they in good condition. Has only been lof "R 20 Sa" em- am nW
wMro rIms. unedab t timWt til lWsell for U4. _.a rf, I T-MW,


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ded aad Made. Paperhainging a Speo-
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empsts, ad we think tWai model
wI bd the rest of them for quite
Shift We will alse have a $86.
-a umnamout. -eyltder, opposed
m~tr in frost, under the board,
.' elts ta I ly wheel, seleetivo
type btrunlnoio and double chaip
drive. S 1-I tires; ad we want
to my to the pubMe that aso far as
punag through sad ,is awearued,
this e hm so equal. Thanking our
fredfs ftr pat favors, we are
S Very espeetfauly,
OCALA GAS N QGINW WORKS,
"P- r 5. H. Spemcer.

FACED DEATH
WITHOUT PUNCHING
Emsmesl eo m F aFwr ade W Spamla Rev-
*IteUp"Lieader at Sarslena..
Bareelesa, Oct. 15--haneise Fer'-
rer died wth the cry, "IAnm live the
modm sebmel." upon his iIps.
This sad ether brief details of yes-
terday's emeUtim of the revolution-
ist eMaped the ceneoshp.
Tbougb he hbed refused their minis-
tattkm, two priests eof the Order of
Peao and Charity followed Ferrer to
ti dtch where he was shot, mur-
mring prayers for hhn.
To the request that his eyes should
not be bandaged. General Ecerin re-
pled, "A traitor has so right to look
upen the ees of soldiers." Ferer
refuted to keel, and standing erect
am the rifles were turned upon hti.
xalaimed: "Aim straight. Long live
the modern schools 1


The great danger treom Inuenza is
of Iea tom .wIn ShInnumma. Thi.


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(Tampa Times. 14th
What appas to be aa entirely new
M -imnle and theoretically
eiriet sImg mahsUme has been in-
veed by Capt. J. Chase of St. Pe-
.2.teIL whI was it Tampa yester-
&e. T2h mshimI NS bees patted
i W"shisteM sad Castain Chase is
W r yig n to arrange for sufiaIent
es2ptst al a. a Sed mad consmrt -m
0e thae maeSMr Be is working now
on a 5-foot model whieb will embody
all of hi patits and ideas in com-
mectiem with his drawlan of his full
se* air craft.
"Prom experiments which I con-
duted na Lt. PetUrauMa with my
uting propellers, rm satisfied that the
machine will overcome the fault of
many of the present fying machines
I=. their laWtlty to ift eeMaderable
dead weight ," mid Captaf Chase. "I
demonstted the ifting power of my
propeller -hbds l an experiment mn
St. PeterO with but crude ap-
parntu and I was surprised at the re-
uits9 Thm highest autheritles I
Wahngtom, eantieers and mechanical,
have Iftfamed me tiat tn their opin-
lon I have the mosl advanced prin-
clpal ftr navigation of the air extant.
"1 coneelved this principal 'way
beck in the early 'Se. sand made a
model of it then, but as steam was the
Oely available power I was forced to
walt uatil some motive power was
discovered that was applicable to the
Lying machine."
Captain Chase's idea of his "Pesee-
maher," as be calls the machine com-
prise two air propeller, with blades
twenty feet in diameter, so arranged
that they screw Into the air and
"seoop" It in. They form the lIftMtg
power e the maclae. Forward a
similar propeller acts as a "puller,"
and the Inventor is confident that it
will prove ample able to give the ma-
chine good way against a strong
headwind. The rudder, which la on
the aame basic principle as is a ship's
sedder, is easily seen astern.
To drive these propellers, the i"pll-
er" and the "liUfters," Captain Chabe
proposes twenty horsepower g-aolane

engines for each shaft. This would
give the machine a total of sixty
arsepowr.-
The machine will be manufactured
of aluminum, principally, and will be
ffty feet long, twenty feet wide and
is plmaned to carry twenty-five per-
.oas. Air Itaks will be placed on the
bottom to mais It buoyant in case of
ever having come down in the water.
The co-tructo and lifting width of
the propelers will be such that should
the englaes ever meet with an acci-
dent the parachute effect will allow
the muachi to cao down slowly to
the eartfs surface.
Captaina Case declares that awing
to th lifting ablites of the machine
he can arry extra engine, or food
and fuel suppues ta abundance, or
arm. the ship with rapid-fire guba,
making a effective "lr.s4btr."
..Captain Chase i from Maina. ad
bean the unique distinction of being
the man who received forty-elght
wounds at the battle of Gettyaburg In
the dvcI war ad still lives to tell the
story. He was a eannonler at the
time, attached to the lFifth Maine bat-
tery. B. has resided In Florida for
imtem years. is the founder o/ Vet-
t=a City, sad Iam held high rank In
the A. R.


We take t etod of thaklaskg
the public through the yosr paper tor the lberal patronage
that has bee ehe ded -o thugl
the wt, s lr I our buasineas, am
we have nO beea able to deliver
uras, as the atire coantry a a
.whole bought more cars than the
Bulck factory I uid prodaeso. We
are just In receipt of letters giving
*t naslht InUlag of our 1 pro-
Sthere wll a mlo qeti Is the fu-
ture that we wi, be cared for. Our
191 wtodol wll be ready efow de-
we ha*e the sa-rane that If we
holM eed i car we can deliv.
the smM. Our model 10 and 17
we3 e.sitiued, -t the hpr.e-
apeer will he increased 20 per cent
We will also have a model known
as MNo. 18, pruetcally the same as
-r No 1T unI slightly a smaller
ear, and w sell for ashbout $1400


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Eo an t- We f te aa-
dilt mear Ts m e w
cmdndm& by fre o IL Jo n. pr-
alding eder ftr dhte Oesk md
sae 5. N. Wethinrd patr t.
charg Mr. Nneedmemed at IM
best sad the weather as splteet
as onse ceud se se weU&mgeod
congregastlos satd mke wrry gio
pre-eim The IeMi o elder
preasbed am me 0t serms satra
day moratsn at 11 oeelek sa"d mo-
deays sermons were Just 1m1,e 1eat
truth uad 1eI- We ea m in la sa-
his premeustr
ubi
A m ngothe eut toMwn peop" W.
atte ained chrch here muday we' se-
ticed 8. B. Brooks, Mr. Jda Gem-
mae sad family. MNesm Taema.
Merris. Flt er sd Toague atof Zb
Mr. Leeland McLarrin of Reddlek; *
J. Outhery, ageut at MsAklat: P.
Tuetom, Wiliam' Sand Sturat no-
blok, .a of Mart, sand Mrs. 0. C.
Gammeagr and Mrs. Blackbr of aS-
bher
Messrs. T. N. Sumner sad ..
Williams, president and secretary of
tihe Sumner Lamber Co, have beem
spending this week at their plnat at
Suber.
Miss Bdith Lv"inton. of dr. is
the attractive guest of her couua sih
Mr. and Mrs. Cliford UIvingstem, this
week. She spent several weeks here
last spring and the friends she made
while here are delighted to have her
visit here again.
Mr. M. C. Arley, who acted as rall-
road agent here a week last spring
came down last Sunday sad spent a
few hours In town very pleasantly.
Miss Carol Weatberford asecompau-
led her father over Iast Sunday sad
attended quarterly meeting. a ite
the guest of Miss Alta Grace.
Mrs. 0. G. Olin, Mrs.'A. A. Olin
and Messrs. Geo. W. Stephens sad C.
L Grace attended preaching at Mar-
tin Sunday afternoon; services con-
ducted by Rev. T. J. Nixo of Ocala.
The friends of Miss Beulah Car-
rington will regret to learn that she
has been conlned to her room with
rhieumatim.
Mr. I.' .. Rawls, who went down to
Trilby last week looking for a location
for a market says this Is good enough
for him.
Woodmen meet Friday alght. A
full attendance will be appreciated.
Mr. B. C. Webb made a busueas
trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.




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YVETTE OUILWTERT
NEWEST SONG
Yvette Guilbert, who has made a
wonderful success s ngag on the vau-
devioe stage, has a new song, "Maru "
whieh is making a pronounced hit
The Sunday World has arranged to
publish the words and muse fat
"Marie", next Sunday for the benefit
of its readers and you w m a
treat if you fail to get it. Then will
also be a page of pictures ai colors of
stage beauties.

It you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Geris's Best, rc. at the Post-
off Drupgtor.
YTen need be troubled In aMY
way with the stomach It you will
amply take Kodol at those ttm
when you feel that yon need It. XodoW
Is glarqqte-4 to relieve you If It
falls your mon wi" be reunded 0
Iou by the druggIt fr wham myou
purchased It Try it today on tt
gm-mnte, -Sold bya dn ists,-

A. C. L. NEWS
Ocala, Fl., Oct. 12. IM.
Dear A. C. E. I Comrades: y
I am pleased to my to you that our
general secretary, Rev. J. C. Ald-
wen. is away attending the talln n-
terence out west. therefore let -0a
pray for him a safe trip and sueee-
In all of his Updrtaklng, also tor
Miss Grace A. Townsend, of later-
lachpm, FPa., our wee secretary and
friend of the 0. LU., as she too is
away making a district proga.m, yet
thoughtful of us to Aend w rdj ot
cheer with good news fromn Intai
lecben concerning A. C. .3. IL po-
gress. Mrs. A. L Green, our uistriet
uperintendet. whoe.heome Is there,
has revived Bethel C. IL and
started TY. P. league at Shilobh alas
besides ber little Jtunors are ong
good work as they aing for a raRly
the Mason Baptlist chapel. Can We
not see by this how God governs the
affairs of men? Let us thaereore Im-
plore the asmstanee of eavens by
praytg for Ite blessngs for A. C. I.
4. progress 4proughet Florida. Aet
us keep the Tenth Legi n and Quiet
Hour before us, and I am Pure we
will eel as did Mr. Wesley, father of
Rev. John Wesley, who was aroused
fro sleep by the cry of fire from the
street. Uttle Imagining that t was
iMs own boueese until be opened the
bed roem door where his dear efet
slept all save one. That one was
John, who slept in the nursery and
who was forgotten so alarmed were
they for the most, and after all of
the rest were safely wesCeed the iry
In the nunery was heard. Thea Sly
was the Rev. John Wesley remem-
tered, but al epeane was seemingly
impossible. The father In his aS-
gutsh and despair fenll upon his knees
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