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 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03300
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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OCAL49A, FL IA.MNA.OfI 11


Gmlo Aelds the P SapI of
be S ftms 'seisow camseaa AN

Key West
Tallahassee. Oct. 1S.- Nwspapers of
the state are requested ,WW-r eln-'
tion of subscriptions for the relief of
the people of Key Wet. through
boards of trade and ena tt of
public spirited eitseas 9 tithe
state and forward pe" pt-
ly to the mayor and praeideat of the
city council of Key West.
Albert W. GlIchrist. Governor.
A BUNCH OF AP1FPIA ITS
Against Ceik's Aesl of Mint Me.
l Kitey Pblishtd Saiedmy
New York. O&t. 17.-Fowr more at-
Afdavits were made public here yes-
terday in connection with the investl-
gatlon of Frederick A. Cooks expedi-
tion to Mount McKitley. Three of
them are by members of the Cook
party-Fred Printa, a guide; Walter
P. Miller, photographer, and lussel
Beecher. Their testimony related in
detail the movements of the party.
explaining that Cook and Barrill were
alone together during the period in
which Dr. Cook claim to have reach-
the summit of Mount McKioley. All
say that Barr al ued.Md eag
that Dr. Cookr story was false.
fourth affdavit is that of Dr.
Shore, a phyaiclan of J'4a0 -
Washbinton, who telM of a
nationn with Oscar F. Blaken-
shi;. the United States forestry
sr'iva. in which Blankenship mld
that ', 4ook's claims to have climb-
ed Moetat McKInley were false., nas.
much rs the fact was Impossible in
short time whicb Cook and Bar-
were a bent. BlaenshIp wasa o-
r Mount McKinley at the
i expedition was there.


pti"opraim
appalling I

one u lung opeollist. T wa
mon hs I: fto ., a 1i to 5 p. .shown the wonderful power of Dr.
o ~ ,ilng's New Discovery. "After th e
SCA iveeks use." apitep Mr. Bleveas"., "
S,'as o welln op ever, I we"ld met
take all the meone In the worM to
Swill hat It did fo my bo." Infallible for
SLD. Vo) T MD u angde ad coldt. Its the aestt. wer- I
est con of desperate lung diseaaes Oan
Srn CAN. AND earth. Mc. and $1 at all druggists.
i 99SS. Guarantee atistaetion. Trial bottle
tree.
OlM 'ak'u Oaisa. COOK AGAIN WILL CLIMB

$3 a0 Ma MeKlaehy to Obbein Rns s
Left There o His First Trip
-4- 0pIS i a. a.; S to 4 New To*k. Oct. 17.--aving failed
S. In4 s tu 8:3a p. U. In his effort to get Prof. Hersrbhl p.
ftParker and Anthony Plaa tq coqdup$t
SB Dy' rtek.h A. Ook has an-
t tEeC ^ n uq *ea# t* he will abandon his lee.
S. tue tour*s- aop as possible and him-
self haged n expeditio to ascend te
-; - p mountain to obtain If possible the re-
Sords which he asys he left there In
** r *r1 Wmo baai-j id1,
"9T^ -0 o A VID

to 4G* wo PAiMf on Louis Doo". a leadna merchant of
* i S- I Norway, Mli.., writes: Three bottle.
. g e a SM 3-32 HloMer Wadlg of Fbry" Honey aad Tar absolutely
Rs PM~ liMur W1hg-s, OfO.Na. Ne2. cured my boy of a severe cough, and
11 1 U s UL a neoibgbor's bo, who was so Ill with
V ". .'--.- _, A a cold that the doctor s gave him up.
@SALAu. FLORIDA was cured by taking Foley's Honey
and Tar." Nothing else Is as safe
and certain of- result. Sold by all
SI = D- druglats.

1.l! 1rC"P THS *F 9one Doy i ni ; 6 s i _prkim Pety
fiqy Kilpiug Tw" M"
S -Miam. Fla., Ot. IT.-One day in jail
U I ':W I-W was the sentence passed yesterday on
1-P.6 1 41116. y. T- Hopkins, convicted of mau-
__ ,___,________ _slaughter, by Judge Minor Jones In
the circuit court here.
S- Last May Hopkins killed two men
1 -IBI a tIn north Miami and was convicted of
n-'s 'laughter In one case and ae-
A --- quitted in the other.


r- piniiof r^ ^
I': ^*^''T. .-* -* .. o_ l^ ; *p" ronouing. Ai fadler o 'e,

?ae pn a pa of seltdelnrfe.
gg f4 W L 9 w -v Molt woa n" ave troubled with k14-


[v g itIDel- WWs p (W t tt '
ie -_- *-.. a a,4 e i A at a l d a e
-.. -,,-Pe a, -q It y ou will sWtak eI-

S. -a se hw a___ aly -p_
U^-sA-a^r- sey ame Bewa Ore bf oenlt"tg Dill
|10 A 90PrNNCs M than W t ItsW" o to 4ae1 "ou. Be
| -'_ gm y"u g oD.iWit. Sld ly all

IX-SNATOR LIND9AY

~F kte oKlw w Oct. IT7-Fo mer
tat .4. He hSnd bar WIla fr twon
Sy ded at l e xmituly.
R s*eoC e ntuckr pourt of ap;
bed se a *atat aen-
Fa r'aa to the United States senate. After
Quitting po-litcal life be boogan the
~Isptice of l Iw n New York H]e was
73 r yea Id. He had been III for two
1111 U M IwAAafuiB mota-m


TM~ who has otwbu
ge oipib lasngor -IL---

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M~aw imid a
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8pm~m~iy tbe Pam ftam


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Th very baWt bR ednle
_Mal sacms far shi, c f
Aerur I" lito
amt-f a- dru to be found is thn
O.t. lanredints printed n each
wrp and ametsed under saCL
Im aemu t aim of a female synaem,
"11 5mi a ea Fa
hel aa Whben these am da
masp I funeatis or aected b
thesagk e r py am


e bVIte caft prte wa theus, g
guy's am weakened, ats a or Ha l

S 1umpl2 m syptoM fOlow. of
yWtom Prerm Ipsl8 noeot -f I
anIRV $ to Con"sI D a



Dr. .. V.111r I L V
B isen hon seps at b o e0


HAVANA NEWSPAPER
AND POSeuPrFICE BURNED
The Havaan New, office, together
with -the pasto ee. were destroyed by
Are Tuesday morning of last week at
abbut 2 o'clock. Th fare originated In
a corM crib bt]Jonging to J. J. Win-
born, located in the rear of the Newso
Inc the same buildiag. Ti~ News
plant was valued at $3,000 with Insur-

saved by Postmaster Otls P Landers
with very small loss. The postoffaice
continued without Interruption as they
moved at once nto the tuoffceky buildtogether
ith. th editor ray ef the d ews an-
nore Tunces his intention of putting weekin at
new p o'clont t an early origite. Havana
Isburn, located i twelve miles from
aved by la..o ad Ptmaster Otis. Lander.
cntderinued without ntown n Ocala hv-
i. Editor Gray of better part ofhisan-
Ule wUth his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Miles Landers, In the second wa$d,
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IR AP THiS:
Punamelon, Fla, Sept. 1st, 1i01.--I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Loui, MO., for si years. Every bot-
tie I 1ell adds a etopet fori It It s
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 0 day's treatment in each
ass ... .


Equitable


Life Assunce Society


of TheI-god Sbfts


"BTRONIWST IN THF WORLD

MIS FLORIDA CONDON.
Resident Agent.



ICE! ICE!



Tbey say, but If you will examine
reefully the ee which Inelts a aOP-
qy ya wR ntoe that there seems to
4ie 0l0 In It, that the center is what
I cOWe .npw -ce. whk, being par-
, alshlowe t to Welt quickly.
0Crptal Ice"

The kind we turn out is as clear
MWd perfect as It i possible to make
k Mad in the m vt economical ice
to wae. Ask the man on the Red
Wagm to stop and see you.


LI1PA PAOKINI &

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WE MUST ALL DIE


Taft and Di= E mh-ms the Mutual
Geod Wihe s the Uoited
sta mme UdIese


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Pineapples: Florida 24's pe crate
$3.75 : Os and P's per mte 02
Grapefrut: Florida UWs per bezx 3
4 12.60; 04's $4 ; 94'sa 4 @ 04.25.
Oranges: Cal t, per box 12.26
S4.50.


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S -gmr C..Iios, Whm WAS mo.mo-


AND A NICK ASSEIOMMIEOF"WFAM,
EDAM~ IRWAPrmZAND 1I


Our Fall Good& arn -eiming t6 oe ~;

WIll have a more Comp1#l tb&th6

thanever.

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there -is gmtt ahmmmhgg.b

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El Paso. Texs, Oct. T1-The lonag-
expected meeting between Prealdent
Taft and President Disa, of the repub-
lic of Mexico, occurred here yesterday.
Outwardly It was attended with a
display. but In the actual 1edeclasp
of the two executives and in the ex-
chance of courtemus words there was
simple but cordial formality.
President Dias was the first to
speak. He assured PrldemL Taft of
the war -rso ri and Ms high
esteem of the man who bad accom-
plished so much In the Pliippises, is
Cuba and elwbewes, and who had
now the honor to be 'ief executive
of so great a nation as the United
States. President Taft, 1a simple
American fashion, declared he was
glad to meet Presldent Dias. He was
glad to know the president of such a
great nation; especially gSlad to know
the present president who had made
the nation great. Both presidents
dwelt upon the cordiality of the rela.
tlios existing between the United
States and Meioe. There were less
than a score of persons parent to
witness the meeting of the two Wpresl-
dents.
Is the cutos bo se t Juares,
President Dias received a return call
from President Taft and last evening
entertained the Amelcan president
and a large dinner party at a state
banquet which in all its surroundings
of lavish decorations and wealth of
Nlser plate handed down from the
time of, the Emperor MawlmUist,.
probably was the most notable feast
ever served on the American eontl-
nint.
President Taft and President Dias
sat side by side at the banquet. Their
speeches were given as toasts from
one to the other. President Dias was
the first to speak.
DEAPNM CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There Is only one way to ear deaf-
nesas, and that sla by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caUsed by an
Inflamed oenditim of the mucuod lin-
Ing of the Eustachlan Tube. When
the tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of imperfect bearing.
and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result% and unless the In-
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition.
hearing will be destroyed forever:
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, whicf is nothing but an in-
flamed conditisa of the mucous sur-
faces.
We will glV Os Hundred Dollars
tar any case of deaeas causedd by
catarrh) that. annot be eured by
Hall's Catarr Cure. Send for elir-
culars free. P. J. Cheney & Co, To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by all drugg tas, 7s..
Tike Hall's Family Pills for constipa-
tion.
MARKET REPORT*
(Special to the Star)
Now York
Pineapples: Florida Wes $2.5 0
$2.75: 30's $2 $2.40: 4' $L1.75 1$2;
Porto Rico 24'a $1.75 12.5; S's
$1.50 0 82: s W SI (iS 11.75.
Grapefruit: Florida per box 3 9 $4;
California per box $2 @ $4.60 Porto
Rico per box 11.0 0 $4.
Oranges: CaIIL fancy 14 0 $192:
good to choice 12.5 0 13.26; Porto
Rico .0 0 11.20.

.Inapaples: (uban red Spanlah 24's
$.01 9 W9o and sWs $ 3 S.T"; 4rs
IS 0.
Grapefruit: Florida boxes all sixes
14 0 4.25.
Oranges: Florida per box $2.75 0:
Calif. Valencias fancy per box $3 0
$13.25; choice as to size S2.0 2. I15.
Philadelphia
Pineapples: Florida per crate 1.7i
@ $2.50 "
Grapetrult: Florida per oqx $ G
14..-
.raNges: Ealf. Valenelas per box
(3,40 @ $4.50.

Pineapples: Red Spertas 2I's per

Gsapefrult: .orida per boy 126 bo0

Pineappleos: is per crate 3.5 0:



12-75 9 $2.50.


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Wb4 Whbas a g~dreisile"th a~ e
qaYte billsY Tthe & eapkt-
d.le atiedos istheo~lse
,tLe paist his jilnw im5


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vii send yemSA ieyaCI
ca enpowni adpannge


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Mower Sharpened by the

latest Methods "


We have just received one of the fam "I&
Lswn Mower Grinders, a machie
for the purpose of grinding Lawn Mews ik-.
does the work perfectly. If you will favor i
your patroage, we guarantee to give yo ii
Mower m better CondItion tha the daylll.


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SWPT OVER NMAARA
This terr&e lamty Ofes hap-
pens because a careleom boatman Ig-
nores the river's waral s-grouwin
ripples and faster eurrent. Noatlre'
warnings are ind. The dull pain or
ache in the back wars you the kid-
neys need attention It Yu would es-
cape fatal amlad .i-r ,. diabetes
nr Z1mh's A1 oInothl


it. It will be sharp, and stay sharp
old style way, which is u usually domin.. Ebp
flmened workman with a Ale or an i7.

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dam oe rito 1"mEnie malt-la a
1W* l* .rNsk Ismamee. e k"&
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dw~fhibbbessm boninack here
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to mu oft as ample V hib
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him tke plate weM haw he bee CANWT CHANM THE BATE
*had adtOwyereacheeldsa" that d Mr.5 .
ams weay 1aw Mame to at theod0amh l t
loei t h uor tomy wbewy to Mh host Ja iskvm thre of Trade. -
9 hfisot lag himn the committee appointed to
Meiw Peter, the tet em- wait the Jae Be mitary ear-
l at M h istriet, was abseat to a~valn mdgemat sem request them I
the vut eV al. It wae Satureday a to* ebnge the date e the earalval,
a m ess at his f tde kept him wM com lets with the Mar .
at home. sunmty'lr. he o eem rbre ms e-byt1W
Jst am we were leatvie a cerier carlmval ofeimle that it could not be
arrvlo o hrm beack heatig Dr. T. desA. That all their advtmr s e - -
K. Nmno r., who wa waaeu to ad- met for which they spent K4. Also
mansatr to ftaank Bryant a Delleview became the general govemeut bad
ar. whv we Iw.as ei t the ballgame. promised them a number of torpee
W di me t Ira theextes d his o- Ibets and a troop of cavalry ait
mrti weand up by r mrinthatt the Oeats
Th2 r w V samNe her tandin ar- Rie sad Metropolita Band would -
In Oe day. and the great wap was be present In Jacksonville on those IU
= t CGoy Drigrs and Joe Demal- days. t--
It we l io. ... rn ribs a big Last week our secretary. Mr. an -
aets ot ay witA the trmers are D. Williams, appeared before the Ro oi* "w eM
evidence atV piegty thuM the Pedro Jackasoavlle Board of Trade and ap-
people have It. pealed to them to either extend the
date of the carnival or hold It a
amem Op dy s gm swRd i at og week smerw, assortin them that
The m-mnees at the Mthodla chrebOuch couty t dates bad been azed
iVeay mutu wwe t a very tIter. -or si mo HoBn. w. L. zewad-
est edharaeter. misop MoMrrieob of aki who chUaed to be present, also
4a981 I preacheS the MWms. a >made a stroaw plea for the change
eca truly c-miad the attentloe of a as did Weator D. U. Fletcher. who
ow an is th a moved that a committee be appolat-
a word heis a great expoder C b te bM rd to see the carival
GOe's werd.L Wia.
Pate-r ararett introduced him as a We Maw Uist. W. C. Dunn, of the j boti
mam who had raned more masey for O is Riem,. who stated that be un- o,-Ib -.
the cae thinm say -m .e khew of derstood the company would go to '
but he ha d come to Oas t0 o preach tmhe c-elW Thakasgiving Day. but
btspeb ea m et to take up a ch..e ot he was not familiar with the detail. b at
The choir sang well, while me e MrU Tenaek, of the Metropoltaa
quartet, composed of s-r. ,illd. s be knew that the band -l ip
Taylor. Mon. and BacK. repeated ould no.t go a they were engaged P C S S.
Sthe Vale- Secretary Willams feels very bad
The bishop told the tory of the be- about It, as be bad the promise of a
d m city. amnari sanS the lesson bit crowd from Jacksonville at the
it tau- t; of the four m who were coming fir in ease there was moth-
dying fr- m lepasuy mad hwg.r; bow In goig an "the.
These m entereithe n TH WOAW CLUB We ai Ca y vt
and to their osp I it waM Svacated. T W WCB
They Saought toaed sad treasure, ad
foud Sboth. Whem th were w Mdl At Friday afternoon's meeting the -
tiedImve dow with these t question for a building for their use
the Mon te was discussed. It was a tongue L Nea
word d utye re0 their mdst that oose'er. A committee of conference ld C &IC
0.a .W,, ,,,,-,,,_ g-J-tie '.. (we know of none but the Lad s. N c.
a get virtue bua t wao ra, Womenes Misionary Societioeas Kirng- 'os .
bas people especially those who are DaBters and Daughters ef the Kipm.
eI cm sres have no time to erns tar and Daughters of the
think of others. They are tatoo busy. Conearacy.) a M
ad yet my -- th of he people P e The state coaventlon of women's
Christ, bt forget ee 8 mmandclubs will meet In Palatha Nov. 17th
Sof ts k l-to- go art"e fua r rmto 19th, to which Ocala- will send del-
part the earth and preach the gee- gates which will be done at next
peL This spirit of withholdmng rom 'ar m a
this work aistoo prevalent. Think of Mrs. Jas. IL Moorhed, chairman of
It,; the average amount contributed to c committee, submitted her report, -
the church by Its members isle than s6 est" a horse lot for out of town
Seents a year or as average of In visitors and a rest room for the same
Itt ,,-people, especially the mothers and
S Hee paim woma a glowi their ba h Davis played adMrs.
ol for the master. they atood ome hT. s -
S' who eagags ithi W M e" .Mesda Blmees. SO tD.
icome to sclwa o d i Westop, thebaste served-tea add o ft0
hearers sa"dM et believe in It. but cote aMd the simer commuteri

.. eved In people making- 4e pt e r o e. A .
thi ife, but they should not be un- Mr. L. . i ii. .. ..g .
mindful of the hil t In the ie to Mr L, 8. ght, t RM ki s-
omem. Thbf we trul a of tgood lator and bmer. wie in town Satur-
tidulags..; the wha-- I V iW d ky. 1 otater his politipd eaces,
an -tI n ad as iawel.postedman w.t the -
Sr__ I Ocal people we got tq do tor .htm
He th6Wrish famJ san fst e ,wasted q good ,aepator to
ne, h a catay ag r s h t back bis Up In Tallahamee from
United Statel went to the roiaef of Ocala. It Is event that Light stands
that msuntry. Te ews. pr. sacro redy to be struck by lightning. po-
the waite m adt the supply spauve slt ly speakly.
In Might. the bo: were-u* -with -
S hd wojmn n Mr. P. B. Bowle. formerlyy with t : L
and showte. of halllmbh mat thet air Star. but now oIn charge of the Crysai *-
a t -- S~-So~~. Publishing Co., at Crystal River and
SLamarl Go"svierI-Sa aownerar making a splendidM success of the Crys-
a--Le. --t -- corner tioe .iver. Nvews, was In town yester- .
o0 any prinU gsr h W-- l ,beev-. I*,. .**' .. : h--
tr ready to Imitate the master. *w~ tv-i -* Mi w.0e h, : -. -., M. i
Re teL Mev a eamilfe plebare M sah 1 mJnco golng tp Cry.-
mI 's benuty .ia disc-veries u M ver and Is better health than -. -. -2. .
hie has been for several years. We Lre
It p,._ ,,m. 4p as sM dl ,hte orry to r that Mrs. Bowle a .nd.
a M - -- a l-' m: t t el C la ri e , w o a r e a t --r e .. .
;S o took the rib re T t, .h.. atal.- *o .... .. .. ,
na f day of OpportualWitaipog . B
I .. .es s h ma the. erl. - ;" "'tae rm a.. pu .. e -- .
) ; ., .... .., penlenced by all WBO use Chamber- "
I f-le mac and oLiver Tablets and EASYl TO EDIT i, PAPER
He then drew a grand picture of the h y condition of the body aa .. ..
' ,pt, ent---ate- Chis Br- L mind which they create, makes one Between'the grand .military earnl-
opel ent Jrin. T ate fton eel Jogfl. val at Jacksonvflle, Chicago Univer-
Kr -ma- h JtepsaThei' s -amm to 'am slty, the Tampa Board of Trade, the
o men ,ad woana--urated with Carter H. Dame returned Saturday Florida. Citrus thchange and various
Go gr m He touched cm the hre frolm iatalliag a camp of Woodmen and sundry other "free" shows now
deeds a our foreather thu.r er- at Worthniateon 8prinas with twenty going on. or about to be opened. It's
m prl vm- an d m m--astl' t- members. Mr. Hateher. a member of no trouble to fill up about seven news-
-ibert..y might UaMe br lult the eigislature Is consul commander, papers the size of the News. Every
for 0u nM That lI -h orrn e -- Mr. DIbe saM the Mi new hotel mall brings a bunch of literature"
Sjth. ,e et aMdtMs attest belt sad rua by Mr. Lamb during the sent .out to aid the busy editor. The
i .,..-... t l.* b.. .. i summer, is now operated by Mr. average newspaper man is an easy


a U lmsses this eat fact. No act of Thomppson and doing a good bus- mark o. ee advertisers, and Inserts
Scomes t at a e, "the rat- nemss, while Mr. Lamb Is busy Improv- their efluons. This is one reason
t of aBll macrtIes blg the death of g the wonderful springs and beau- why th~ erage newspaper man can't
Christ aont the re that other shulM itit g the place. Many building lots pay his bills. When In the course of
be saved.H me-sal our lna mb were have been sold And new buildings ate human events the newspaper man
so mavy theme days th.at- lfth-. do goi e up rapidly, among them a 20- leans to charge regular rates for the
not cWWtoOur I Mkg we ompsain. room home for Mr. P. D. Roberts, who lasetpoi of this trash, the newspaper
Th AIk it. Afteen madred millions lost her husband by a stroke of fraternity will be dignified and stand
a year go fordra ad tobacco and lightning at Levon a year ago. Dame somehainces. of being placed on a pay-
the paltry mm ive l e frthe says Worthlngton Springs is coming. Ing basis. It must pay these fakirs
chrch and Christ We squa .der -- Into send out their letter asking for free
yea for taste V mel more th e erla Cogh Remedy has advertising, or they wouldn't continue
epew for r tthe elp --at haofW become famous for Its cures of cought. It.-DeLad News.
Mksg-m ios years. Oeur selo ma colds, croup, and tInfluenza. Try It
Store love has been true to Adm. e we in aned. It contals no harmful UP _BEFOR THE BAR
was give ot everything the garden substance and always gives prompt N. B rown an attorney, of PFits-
oft Ae but the undden fruit, which Seld V .,write "We ave used Dr.
he took. C M om, Kin's le Ute Pils for years am&
S only we wertretoGo te ettr from Mr. Ja. C. T McComb, an d them such good family medicine
b se a wewoum give our t et h o Ve and Tampa, man- we wouldftbe without them." eor
would ever eed take a church col- thegrowers and shipped' e- chills con.lpato, bioues or
Section. Oh, for the co&nag of God'sparment of the Tampa Tribue and seik headbe they work wod ers. 26c.
plans' The commnand of estate o commior Florida as te at all drapggsta.
IPl -. The ossmam o. f-_tlet to g* National Horticultural Congres that.css
y into all Withe worlut and preach the meets at Council Bluffs, I owa, Nov. The Jackmnvlle Metropols held a
redemption or salvat. th h, a been received by the concept. day in the Duval Theater
e etoM the tory of a t secretary of t he as Board of Trade for the benefit of the Key West uf-
that becae great la numbers andtIn en sm sy e is meeting with gratiylns ferers. St. Petersburg did the clever
wealth w g am e t ina num nr an i re man. na ave nts- fr thing and raised MW. while Tampa,
wearty, but who mfied to pre s a mveir booklet f Flord which nhe Miaml and Jacksonville have sub-
p--prty. but who iled to oDUte will istribute at the meetiag sad the scribed big sums. In Gainesville, the
their own. The a levtad e came over N Y for advertise- mayor appointed a committee o la-
the own. The Inevita.. le cae.. ove meats wMi asst in making the t s i W is d
.them. Three time their great church idt wbeib.ot la m a four l estate ,des to oliclt. What i Ocalsa doing
edlice burned to the ground, the coan- aebM leso for re estate g or St to do for the Key Went snt-
gregation dwl dled and died away an-men I Sanford took a page each Kis- ferers.
tol tte pastor, one o the most 2m tt is two pages, Orlando ome and a
Spupit ators In the adpr for one fromthree men. Green Mr. F. Fit. Oneonta. N. T.,
a pulpit In a foreign country. Be be- li Ces ings o. aSndis ,writes: M uttle gir wasgreatly
#sought the people to liMt up theirem seseven, and is call- beted by taking Foley's Orno
sad take a world wde view of ~aIt Itsa on Ocala to fall i lie. Laxative, and 1 think It is the best
Sdeumarsm a" repo asbautlies. for no remedy. for constipation and liver
seou that is marrow and selsh can see It people with symptoms of kd"ey trouble." :oley's Orlno laxative is
Geod. Yon canet help others without or bladder trouble realise their dan- mild, pleasant and effective, and cures
helping yourself. Life is a nated ger they would without loss of time habitual constpation. Sold by all
destlay. He was thankful the world COmg- taking Poley's Kidney druggists.
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Mr. Buford Leitner of the Grlner'
PFarm section, accompanIed by his
nephew, Mr. John Leitner. was called
to Pedro Saturday by the serious Ill-
ness of Mrs. Charlotte Leitner. the
mother of Mesrs. Buford and Tom
Leltner sad Mrs. Alt Proctor. She is
so critically III from the infirmities of
old age that her life was despaired of.
Her son., Tom Leitner, of Anthony, was
also at her bed side. She was born
February 16th. 183.
County Surveyor Alex Moorhead
went to Smunerfeld this morning with
a gang of men to survey into 10. 20
and 40-acre tracts 4,0 acres of land
owned by the Florida National Land
Co. It will take him several months
to complete the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Campoell an-
toed down to Belleview yesterday to
visit their daughter, Mrs. Foy. Mr.
Campbell said the creasing at the S. A.
U on the Belleview hard road was in
a terrible condition amd sbeuld be
looked after at eoce. or there wil be
wrecked vehicles, especially atos.
The Temple Theater drew a great
many visitors Sunday to Inspect the
walls now going up, the proposed
stage sad probable sise of the audli-
torium. The work is going forward
rapidly and the walls are about two-
thirds finished.
Prof. J. H. Wiley of Pessenden
Academy. returned Sunday from Lees-
burg. where he was Invited to deliver
an address on education to the Beth-
lehem Baptist Association at Its an-
nual meeting. He said the attendance
was large. The tessendes school is
doing splendidly. It opened with an
enrollment of 210 pupils and now has
20 on the rolL. Prof. Wiley is not only
a splendid teacher, but a fine executive
officer and keeps the school up to the
mark every day of the session.

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D" Fellows aset tmrrsw
SWISS amast Waesdwv eveds
Tables, peacils.- lak, etc, at FWh&e
H lrhwe'rn I-at cards at Weihe, the
Jew, ler's.
Those wedding presents at Welhe,
the de-seL.
Mr. (. W. Barden of Chattanooa
Team., is atthe M aoteIgua.
WANTID--Goo, steady competent
cook. Apply at 7S sauth Third sfet.
Mr. 3. P. Jemae of rt McCoy. is a
guest s the memeauma.
FOR RUNT-Bo oe on South Third
sioet. Iaqire of Dr. Walter Hood.
Mr. C. D. Hartnell of Holder is at the

Those ladle' gold cuff buttons are
right up to ew at Welbe the Jeweler',.
Mr. J. W. MeCorley of Boardmna is
a guest of the Moatesuma.
Look over tFishers five and ten-eest
counter.
Mr. B. Perkins of Edealeld is at
the Mmteseu
Mr. William Wnakla of Sarasota Is
at the Moateama.
Hallowe'e poet cards at Welhe. the
Jeweler'a.
Capt. Tom Bridges went up to Jack-
sonville Sunday.
These wedding presents at Welbe,
the Jewelers.
J. Wj Hemn gl Is a guest of

oyters at W. P. Ed-
Dodt -to market budlng.
Mr. E. Garner of Tampa Is at the
Ocala House.
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Thies ladlem ld ceuff buttons are
right up to now at Wode the jewelera.
Mr. S. 8. I t mbtger of Savannah
Is a guest of the Ocala House.
Day at the Marion County
Sbe the 25th of November.
Mrs D. J. McEachern of
Is town today shopplag.
a. Coleman, at Summerteld.,




Port Inglis today.
Mr. J. L Ja.choua of Plymouth was
In the city Sat*day-and Sunday.
Mr. W. H. Dodopn of the Ooal2
SteamAaqdeiy'e Hu the sick Ist..I
Plenity of wesh oysters at W. P. Ed-
wards', next to market building,
I. C. DaVIS &I. 4-aok.avle.
handle at% typewriter rlbbouns. 7f.


tal Rver are guests of the Oeala
House.


Pennsylvania Grit and other leadtic
.newspapers and magazines at Bal.
lard's news stand.
Joseph Martin'has sold hits bakery
near the market to Mr. Frank Miller,
the baker.
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream nla 25c.
and 60c. Jars at the Postof ce Drug-
store.
Mr. J. M. Liddell. of Bantoa. was In
town Sunday morning to hear the
bishop preach.
Sterling Silver and cut glass for
wedding presentsat at Weihe. the
jeweler's.
Judge Joseph Bell, who went to
Jacksonville yesterday on a short bus-
aeass trip, returned today.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gert' Best, Sc. at the Poet-
offlce Drugstore.
Messrs. D. E. Goodwin and C. L.
Kite of Galhesville. are guests of the
Montesuma.
Jse Palmer's Loto after shaving.
6c. and $1 bottles at the Postofflo
Drugstore.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson and son. Jack.
returned Sunday from a visit to Whit-
ney.
WANTED-A rst-clan young Jer-
sey cow giving milk. Apply to H. C.
Jones at the Ocala Bottling Wora.
Mr. F. Townsenmd. one of the pioneer
settlers of Martin, was a business
caller In town today.

eehi s61 per pud, m4ad
e -velpes to mateb at Oal tews Ca
Mr. A. J. Brigance came In with six
prisoners from Tampa Saturday night
for the phosphpate mines.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gertgs Best. Se. at the Post-
offlce Drugstore.


morn U aon the 2 e reek semb.wd
trals, and arranseed fr Cthe uensF. to if man&. You p1aRi7 I
His eite. Mrs.n. L CaMrroU M -i h l
To~e wem up s the S:M3 A. C I moIae farcthaaMiMr a 4 th.
trail. Mr. Toee with e V the rd e sa-
brothr iMr. Water T m~ a" *sHgh rds Flr. lk,
emae., KiR Ethel Bens, met t t .hemo
up" the arritu of the maiand te a O ry pmd e fitg uata
Pat ovesTeed tod m the e A-
home. The wermemn was patfomed teed to be the be th ai m m rin S
by 2Wr J. B. TL o aftLer twh e the p ter hebr d. ak te .a .
party went to the Wiower betel ter c 0b ma h o Theopame w,, bm
Mr. ad Mrs. TyMe wil rai.s at Winter wat. Sold oexz- Tom a -a r, m u ni
the Wedamr for a few dMys nu wet
Wvsi t -Augustine a nd0 Aer places :elaiv bly MA
of Interest. returning homteOw st806001
Sthe wee k.- Lro. J L I.

Then ut 's ofTEAPOTm ,w-,
mie ds. The wed Vat n talked OC T E A P 0 t* et A Wa s It". ifI -s ,et
as a future pohbity, but mea evenana, It I..mif_
the Immedifte memaern t the f-amf- erIP I', DV ihid b. t la tie t
Ie knew unt yt&rmy tt it wasur fer3m Aow Sd t. -s i 9 -36
to be so sns. d
Mr- TYoest t a s a f Mr. T. L b M kmem
YToce of t. Petaebur eand a brother FORG -AL CHRAP LJ a I he -P --I be -a
at Mrs. X- L Ca a Oc at & a. Be deakahA eItI cp t hme, as .e, | Ne r
has been with tes ar for thEe 9at Second W A ), selected:
13 moths. oB is a bright o s o..the.Jewish synagogue. Adrs.en. e .,nThudm. temd.. -i
ao spsh i popular and hmet sa- " s" Iand k'c .it. -. ia y tI Oh g
wUI ake his way Ia the world. I y Devetis.: Ro. 8r, 3 t,~. S p*
The bride was born a ueererd to tist etah, Oea. ream
oesIt. ise is the th ird ~ ir o e COOK WANTED Temporary -2-lrrt r ? t
Mr. and Mrs. R. 3. Tease., Irs we- A cook wanted for r&taama5t. Apply AArM of wismsL Dr. W. V.
faed. talented and is very popular nla at Elk Cafte. Defg. P1 a1r ebtes Oeala.,
Ocala. She at me o the cIty 'smt aa t Cat a ta Om lf --
falished madelas. STENOGRAPHIC WORK natlems: What lafe Copty a N was Snmesth
Their many friMeds n Oeasia and AND TYPEWITINs Dome. Prof. J. Jolly. ye.ti. Arm_ o Qfala. -a
elaehee will wi-th tee y pee- Megiin l ray M oy Octber Ith, I V1oca mus, c.c m
piea 510g fte of happhmmaand peas- ca be founduduring btsness What -1 a TSerauhli Orgambd weso
party and the Saor m t eartly ithe Law abrary In the MrchabI' uda. So co. L *- T. 'Y
Joins this Wi. ack, prepared to do an anar at _
For the pmento Mr. and MrY. T s. .ste--graphic wwork-and-typewritinf-".g...
will haveroomsinwith Mr. andMrs.Mary D Fealsy F srl M, I. hoInb hi
CarItL They wi commeh e uame-,- ..

SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION t0e j0w- --- 2 rSr-T -'.
A convention of the latemanaaFRIe- E "N tS Gtei at
tional Sunday schools of this county. We avq e ow frest k 0.pt t S t o 2 Re a. h. ab- t lad, Vd A. I
which means Sndeaay schools of all de. Ishie arden and Sewer ssed r ftil B ntiday eb Oportalty ComidL th eala e d W to 1 l
nomI-qtluw., wfll be hbeld ito the Pree- planting. Tydiags & OA M5in".&111ounSty. S
byterlan church Thursday and Friday an .
of i. weA. Everybody tIted. FURNISHED OTTAO ri All aw
Mrs. C. W. HBater had anw excitingA eol In a. r ed. u Jk S
experience at her home the other day. PW rent. a completely fIah Home Department and Its Valh. ** 'W N l
Going Into one of the back rooms of small cottage oa east de of1 lae pp M LELa. 4i *6
the house she was astoeaished and Weir. Apply at Wtar Oe. Primay Dep Miss .aNeM. m
frightened to and coiled up Ina one Ste e. Op Fla. t
corner a big snake. She called Rev. S, (etd M. Wa
W. H. Colemana. who killed the reptile. Past Comallons and Preesnt Op- tisbiW 6ases WE
It proved to be a rattlesnkes pilot a 3portumltleg V. IL Viler.
harmless aske, which lives principal- -_.
ly on rats and other small alaib, Ii m L St
once In a while. This particular snake T m pa,
had just swallowed a large rat, else It orko te Sunday Sel t
might not h v bee" s eorily .lUed. th Bw am. a U if :c 4 >asuda. Ur B" i
Dr. D. M. Boney returned this morn- p.
Ing from Tampa. where he has been la mnnto te,
eosultation with other prominent DECORATIVE-ART
oculists. While down there he was the iP high gadework -ofanlk*Sin t'
flne maptha launch and took Dr. Boney ofiating.m at lb.hsveg t piu 689 Irv
oratim *Dras abew- & -
and Mr. Chan. E. Taylor for a bost *wn,*, *1-, tat I all
ride on the bay. They encountered a Sheaop- Jon wtok)ltw Mc te
nnualt and had some very rough weath- felest corps ofdeeoratorstall at Mc- 100
er before they returned,
/POR RENT-Furateshed rooms; ev-Al em. sot .he .. 2 4 0
d ame towr s Mm. C. P. Moore, t hig sael beas omCy M. Os S
W4steria boUdlig. 15 North Second ew Cat a. etm
vethlt we.t 12 pd. e b i ma e N U T Y; em geSSin
We want your presriptem waok
and are9 t grepa to OPW I"g ANa go

of ths society. He returned home sPa"y ^a- i. that I -u a*t.
oy Jim Smalth, the Marte haat imharebnatT lla'^ngg yy g ~hLr W s 'fr
in town today. Jim is a noted de ni ed L g"s. 5 -a.a baJg as.I ma n .E
i .msJ .KJn strike apd essaap scarce assl agha.reasg ji paiat at -
to soon bt made, don't fall to take he-l .. alt, yoer property, yme wlda d B
a box of Me4 H weets every tv- be Mrs. L Carney is at home from have to bay tl I g et of -4-1 -'
enen wn then y cal. They o be savannah, where she went to wait em 4 same pricee sad 15 galSpa -of MA Wery IeirW
had ly at tbe Court Phormacr. her aick father. Dr.- Wilson so well P3re Umal 01 St 70ita, today frem
Sa'nrday night at 1 o'clock a edition Improved. 8pi bilL. I Mrs. Harvey Clark. Mother and baby BOARDERS WANTED-Two yoenl w stygAv *Dr. Wauak
are doian nicely. The Star hopes the men or couple can obtain lrst-clas o sae t by the MarloS Hardware Pm-Drla-ille this

as her mother. __h o 3ou an. I II I 1.
T e is as gm Holeproof S0 for men, guaranteed a vi-T i towa today eratg tf n.
Theis gw ns n f six month without Mhl at se hi. daughter, Mrs. .1. A. Douwap. I5t the
OIeC ig fruaranteed to CUre i ea- T.r good doctor bad a summer otingat tr yoar loose laf 05 T15
TONIC. tl guaranteedeatt cute mI Noerth Caroasen a, s *visr os M vteb legs s Mm -SE
Der bottle. Aml ToWr deale. he'n Phone us for yow prearlptlen We whom be had not met 1n 55 and S We are preglird tIn :
probtatle kne *r dll aand deler them. The Cost yearse i we- a hippy meetlag. The
Pharmnacy. doctor looks well. 3RD DO- NN s


was I. th e ity tofy. He up Sterling Silver and cut glass for Dr. Mason and Mfe of Mmoo, G a. T pOI la W .mr .
wasIn tr asheNity of, ty.eWCaewo wedding presents at Welbe. the are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whit- to Dr. l. C.U MIS
bore dealer. who says business is good. preacher ad attended the Bapti t
Mrs. C W. Hunter and little* sA nokproot Hoe for ladles, uara- church yesterday. Rev. Gabby learn- g~-I
went up to "Jacksonvle Sunday to teed for six months without holes, at ed too le f thWe pre e.O 1t Dr. bi
went up ton um le S *fyto* -- a IBel Mama. or be woul Biae Invitoed. I b -_lo w ,4 "
visit Mrs. Hunter's sister, Mrs. 8. A. Fishes. Mason the pulpit have Inited him
Rawls. fwto Wll the pulpit. A ,entlemem i
MEN-Our Illustrated eatalftue ex- yes M e1pr (0a14
Jergea's Talcu-m Powder,* la a plaD d bow we teach barber trade Ial Dr. J. C. Doeser is i receipt a two t" a iejtr -. ,'=' g
hillnge neary a Pintder'ac geantso few weeks. mailed free. Mleer Barber protogaph frqm W.- WR M.eDus of ti.m with reab%3
P. a, ra antc. h. r College. Atlanta. Ga. Flore t . e sowi a p M- w r.-
mra- -- ....ed-- u t c,"se ."orn that was panted. in.".-
macyS PLENDID FARM FOR SALE June and yielded 15 -bushels to -tbe pVB A, l W B
SRe. Re. Barett his ----r-t ace. ad the other of a iead t cotton PINE a - BO
iRev R. IL Barnettt s est -acre fa rmwith good b lda that yielded two bale* to the acrs. rer 11 e tL
drisho MorrOn, Iaenure foray e two good mules, all kMid farm lapla- Mr. McDue was a former empiag organs for alm a
driveout Ora av e tuday m t and a lot of feed. Plenty god at the Mat Fad m & He f tstand- i bom 38. .,
en wood and lad of the best a i ta the sdt of ~ 1deth s. You v1,a re
Mr. T. J. Teoce of st. etrbrL South of Ocala, one mile off spleadd can see the phbotEaphi at the Co-
Mr Tp thJ.aterono tofSt.Pteirsburg.o hard road. This must go at ewe and merWal Bank.
came up this afternoon to spend a few
Oak to attend the reunion of the Coo-
ederate Veter a pan vist FISH AND OYSERS block and the same are binag put i
shape for his occupy. VHewil
to Jacksonvlle. resh it and fresh water as, n- make s at prfts@M i visit to
FOR iRNT-ar and staMes, rt side and outside oysters, shrimp. etc, Hervaie Wedenaday.


FOR RENT---DweBlasn fralshed;
electriclights, Ibths ad al modern The Star regrets to hear t I
streetc Ba, lade Sw
Apply 1 erbert r eferemces. bai t.beeIn35ed.sickfor pthe ,MR
W. F. Bleach. a former employee of day
the Momtesum barbershop, the a Mr. Mrs. L B. ta Oak
stock raiser at Lady Lake, but for r.-ee i n thi*.,,- ,. s.a .mab m


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Ocala. FlOrida The a o the corporation na oI
be Ocala Development Company and
Its principal place of business shall
t - TE hbe at Ocala. In Marion county, Florida.
VERNON W. ELDRED COIM l CEA n nature of business to
S-.bevt-af%..aet .To acqlrebuy, own,
'.,I UP-TO-DATI Rese ai an estate f

HOUSED SIGN PAINTER .9 buy. c acqu own hsel o-n
!DsIgned and Made. Paperhanging a Speo it J. C. BD1,r dr 0 s9N .pWes; o osu
,NW MitM Made and Old Ones Re silvere-l, GGiMB ..... .. .M. -
M ., Gildhgg, Gralning, K talomim~ing, Furnitur Be lie.-" N W--..0er th Investmen of mo. f
p*b to, uQ ty a little higher-price a little lower.' TM WDoNwt .- .ohe -etm U-i-- 0 ttp alspur :-,
A WOtR" RTTANATEE D -- monal p, r.ot WL
AL WORK GUARANTE-ED Weork Caed for and Deliered Prempt. mortage, id do oad p o c & .4WPr
-y. All Werk Quaraltmed. Whit other business as Is Incident to the a* ___
TTrade Ony purposes of this charter sad not to- :
_- _.....__consi____ F ds ueonstent with the laws ot the state imm im

S.____ e IThe amount of capital&tW01k ;wthor- dbb
C. *J. HILLIPS f ed te stu of fifty thousands. -
Sa0- lars. which will be divided Into five 460 A
i**f* trac ar sad Bd hundred share of the par value of .
D" a rtas "m alyW11 K one hundred dollars each, which win J J"
KOl W ill- Do sknowIM o be paid In by convesawe to the cor* R. I
Wnat K odol W iI D o t--o. ---,- shares^-._
Ple 9"Cas sad ehbuos arased poration of certain rea estate amdls
"."e- ". __ Ima athaems of the whispering pies. u ers.l p owned by the In- In wit e
d x -t6 1.TM, Isaid 'the solemn anthems of the c ooprt.u o, thue "J aid true valoa- tore have
MmeBu Sf. whispering plie.'" 11 noth ni 3.. p of whieh I y oed by *Odea
-"Jimsy, if- I dd't know different I'd asr II.k d onf
suspect you of being a poet The next kho ut shl be f 3
SIm g ai We hkew what Kdl wld da thing we know you'll be wearing your St oh I M non-asseaMble. y W
Wg i e jmari- before wer the au bt ts was hair lan and poring t youran s ao m IV. e
S EM nsmi" st soMd. If we dId not know jt what Sappbc astrophea, like-like Emma. U U aL V The corporation shall exist for a state of
8mh -- M tA ther It wl do. we wouMld not uarante here." term of fifty years. County of
as t. a it thO way we do. "I don't know that I've sampled that 314 =I melpCemm 6 I4 v. Persoal
111L AMIL U M 11101V Is 11fim- to .am Sa - Sa. t ..- 9-9- -0#1.----- 6-21


kik that kept Smith "auybm arg a
--- a- -w"'I1I AID I N iforhit da te haeerd aidrp
ieasse t tha a n& lak, a" Wryo
ID IN gts that s"t aheir to sMe" a b
that they Ied to Am pua~ for

rw ns.* m r1. iKNWEuL. gsasop y i I the r the amv hem ,s
Swa I gare t grease trth wI seo. ... a w
'! r FULLattit et t" tb
Nmfld 1mmcc E wie as aia ge nmf wt AM that tt

^.. r.gl ftcs dpdon" Is ... E... U U, Ihy ..ia. b e heal

f.rd -, I JOIN W. lARDING j eCOIr95dnepB S : ...
I*.- 0 .1 s b f the Met t aat-A
tand their rwtime wat te him. stte
SI I q6 MI M 0fcrf -- Cf Ofi strained to ku t r Mo-A


in In t* Cate tli&S the poa had Brattg we ds MeWer tel nsm n at-

SBha m -.. ... --a .nhto.. .....0 t-ot. d-e the. w rv -- am st-- e
Mr am a 04 cm te gia, drsed for (Continued TTo iday Sqmrow
.. a. ae, .,M W ,.... .. wali. *S-ff. woea,,o6 ca .,. ..to.... Ti ,, H d ,asy S


seagm a lMCec -,.-- ,-m m -- taiveleg rol up and carry n ther that ham been euded as thru -,
mbaj lehad m y c*..m the sInem sysMem. po.-etb, wh. .ecuad to her air air mte past alsesa en oar baisuloe, as Woent ,a tO t am
m m a PAllets help the eect by a hatipa, and its lmap boner bhg we have not beei able to deliver
by eepig 0 the hver active and the bSweb shae het ye ThesU tca1 s th e county a
Tl' iTtli* le id sle gtIhl S tmach, L lld 'hB Bm o O5 thic kaBle factory e l4 produCe. We --
-s in-y. At l deadlen--g into s yes adsr A. -- ---c-h o with r--fth are tlo I retempweelt
c.'S .SN. jtlttsYi. .S"."b ,.S.0,,o. 1! -o -e |Ira
I- ,we_ Dia ru Meal A ocionB-- w a .e made a love y picture as she stood duct, auuagr u of the fact at
a -i -s-- - .o -u 'iwa out into the valley. Jinmy there wiU be so qauetlos 13 the ft-
-, .- S th, who had stopped on the road ture that we wi ut hao ter. O r c. B
is zo 11ON1 P1a11:01 abow on Me way from the hotel 1910 models win be ready for M a
-- .. -4. .."." .. .... mad A.. whoe .re.mace ther a.. t that we have. ..... he iur that If we D-y Goods,- Hats, Ha l.
IL .C. euB. mmet hre was qlte m11 w o.. should need 100 ears we an el ... ..
---m same. Ou r mode 10 and 17and Tiaa
thvd5fW ougte beter ft any wli ctt e b wa in l but the horse-
so beIatitul SA aa his life. But, them, power wlHl ce tcrud20 per eomt.
1: T A T 1: A I T TILT ^wj~ 4 t buibd..H lshadoWv wei a2 medraeWS Sdiool Su lies. Cflocf
COO --MM ERCIAL sBANlAK, wa Asf feat su asme 1u practically the *a th f ncy cPet uu
f.b, .rs ii > "-te t omwsethcumg to adm ire h~ our No. 17, only slightly a smaller c .
W* '-Ieehpe eveo whea, with imy bands and. In wca nd wil le for about $1400 h
bOOATL. FLA. covued coo =a... abw waa da a e compnto, han wd teeid tes s mouatry "-1 7 w -WW s ve
chomleteo, gtn f rot, e t lls hmote
.. ......S A--7M---,---11_ adm rationoe, a while. We wll also have teobm 11,
T"" I...... ti "-a .u -- aboutu. 2-c r. .pp--oeo. .
PP II TU SA Bhtt ote bi tWsted into a ough front, uIderithe boaw 4 11 pro IsOak
We TK KfXivai MeTIIS Ba", NW TMe knwth quer pmad and *latood duct' i o the ytet that
i. .. tired in k wrapper, Joied brm. type trasmalilea pRd dowb jl g" I r
S' "Why aom't eou get your things a drive, 30x3 1-2 tire; ad we want . ....
Ste mamt, the preleatloal a.nd sceafal mea sad weam 1 t ume wtn ust uged Emma. to my too the public that ao fv r as
S.m me IaM elm .f tO urauc...... territory. Jiem will be here at 6 o'clock." pulling through mad is oepraed,
6 mILat m te all.ely,& OT ea4.mrN repr-t th1 0e0 1e 10 ttoA? thankpenc wat this war has no equal. Thettklag our
Sm l e""te"rp"-r ....q. friends for past favors, we are
Uebe. ml or your tlesaa. yt I ha amo! "walkl 7eter~ay. Very respectfJlly,
________^_jj_^l___ rgePnoltg to church; matter's cofoing OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS, 1 1
... .... . hli. ., We po wnet mo day and Per J. H. Spencer.
tw aswho pagH wa w be haeve'lao tM the d ^^a v '
-ms__ ml mmTy mmt pmureseuta- mmatmes by WOOOMARW-f7p 5 tm
,-- s Msee or oth$. 'tiny la0 weesN .1 ..
Tk FIsoiIT URE HOUSE| ,_ asin. e pa i to wear GoDWr N BUNGW-Prlash-
*e as gown Jimay bpogght up for ed; moS-ra | g la tr
,- m m gy m theH t drihma ndscans. it l t P i 'ii -
teAhy he wan Comiast It woldan 't runnnMl water. A5 per eik.
IES A RGE hae beew here till Tuesday or Wednes- BIAIR V4-To re t of Otob r
xre-tmA d S. Woodrow,
Mndy. 'hat a"'m Plways on hand ,Jat 1. for the winter: toar#Byhma: vwesftal

!fIN iANDP COMPLETE SBTOCoK ding .Ho e mo: -, .B
'"Beh," he amd by wayi of auta- KIlU, PAINTIN4 G
FU NR RE t~ba r.typ the eot common e me e mti, th c
FUwhyamRN Tl ReEr tMntdiblnd atrti eversaw." I am prepared to take any Job t
mv"mImim m r ie to aiak remarks painting, no matter how large or how _____________
about people's clothing when tey'Rp small, or how fine the work desired -- ---
n- SAND s to rect1ve1 1e wtorted may be. I have the material, brushes
"'D Mot priueed to express s O and kn.wle.ge to paint and do OGOOD FARM POR SALE mm a1

M E lMFISUmIN S ALL KIN t* ,r ,.d. a.M. .A.,. d dr,.R.. O'. 1.3 oi..wr..,,--a. -, = |e ij
.-.... _bo.., .,- a,. ... carrying oa as If It was the middle of paintyin. Taste and skill guaranteed
t v a s uny. Shoa been iamming aUl Addre ry P. O. Box 15. or leare word 90 ae cled ead apd gao
S* .- a the ou a nce 5 o'lok, s at the stdr ow W. H Spe w, nenre. timb,., on m.
aM that because abe's going for a oca F t a sub-distrit school; a -room two-
1 "m flm-, e. r .ss d ib be 1--i *7 iorn; o e stack chIney; a .--!_1
why t, ab1 s hasn't slept a wink think- send well S watr; po bTarntd
( Eflihi UP 3mlayg of her new dree," laughed -Emma. bis sn GAWim W, Tbou lnd asS a 1 f
mF m w.ll, Beth, b the te you've, A mo I L I pU truk and" general faing. Ter
_- *-y hia .qt of curl and settle down ;e Aa ** L reasonable. D. N. Waldron. Oak, Din.
M r ,1idmlM MpK I B Ilders s3l SM hi your pew," oberved Smith, "we
IaBL_ ESDLEiiT PI-- ....N^. .N_ hall be erNrl hlndd feet ear SRiT PIO : ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION ....
tme other eber bA, listennag to the sol 1 NerC '
hav besh be sW e And e alhupnesdd Chftetne arr r R Eea D e gios Aw
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yn0 ladiea. Boarding department Elt-ly Ie d -.
B life. Claesse divided Into man sed a
Faculty of eighteen specialists. C.M-_. . -
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lampton, Oeala, Florida,
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