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 21, 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 )
 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: VID03303
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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.at_ _. --M -- wa i m y .y. la .. oIr ouui, Mo. for six years. -.very bot-
y* 4 cPgcoM ad cea, Its the a006- r- tie I sell adds a customer for It It is
s e ateMr ap inl s -. oa genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
, earth Me. aad sat an rhematic troubles. Ge Ohnmiacht
i a Guarantee al Trial Merchant days treatment In each

X% SL W4W B KILLED PAINTING
S The Lades' Aid S cety on the ev- I am prepared to take any job of
eaig o f the 1th ave an' i e cream alutingl matter how large or how
S. social at the tow haB. Ladies on small, or how One the work desired
.% 2R I- a eaterm the ball wenm presented with may e. I have he material, bruashep
&la Ost expected and knowledge to paint and do vl
1ijU M to tie. object w- a right. Houses painted Inside and out
the lady with a tie of the Orailg, glidlng, hard oil finishing,
VWs e onit 2ir.-to the table and pay vanishing and lettering and sign
Wfr the cream. Some of the young palt i n waste and skill guaranteed.
'Atina found thbel ties -Mthed Address P. 0. Box 125. or leave word
Smiddle-aged married ides or little at the Star tofs. W. Fillyaw
S< children wbic was not p lag to 0 0 M
.1 's .It. I i h dl. s shond an--
Smany would be sold. -- .
SA .*WB U J3. I s Whieenant for a Kidney Treoubles May be Sapping
s erd w Vb with rilng as Y ou i Life Away -ala People
bq.u e, OaNis hgel oo.Have I Learned This Fast
Sj' e of our people attended the When a healthy man or woman be-
Sue at Levem on Ibe 1t There5gnlas to run down without apparent
Sa as me of l between lieview came, becomes weak, languid, de-
Sand Pedr Score 6 to 4 "In vor of pressed, suffers backache, headache,
droe. P ake Bryant of the view dizzy spells and urinary disorders,
elub received a bad cut In head kidney weakness may be the eause
Sfrom a bat Is the hands of of the of It all. Keep the kidneys well and
Pedro players. Pedro c amn- they will keep you welL Doan's Kid-
pires three thues dartg ame. At ney Pills cure sick kidneys and keep
oTw nW proem t s- the 9th mInng the cdlbs led. them well. Can Ocala readers de-
t le' M il The Hilton lamber Co. rted n mand further proof than the follow-
M m s, bM aai0. Y saw m il the 1th. 2* Ing statement. 8. K. L Moore, River
a am Mrsb aU Mary Reilly came he 14th. street, Palatka, Fla.. sawas
br.1.0 t seal S I os ftoupying her book obta- "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and can
I THE SUp WAWMON ss "avea my they proved very beneficial. My
M-d Lo+ We-he, who has beem on the kidney troubled me for years and I
Ilsi l m r s slo k s I sMuc t eh better. was fored to arise from six to eight
t ON the 18th Robert Freeman came times every night on account of the
S ome sick. e Uhas eel working at too,. frequent passages of kidney
-the Caimp da,. secretions. My back was weak
Our- nrhents have been'puttins to and lame and It was difficult for me
A t. a large stock ot new goods. to arlse from a chair. In fact. I often
t.' some e elales were as states to had to grasp somethl. g for support
. please thiavters after electionas they In doing so I doctored for several
a a shat time before electa.io what years and used a number of remedies,
Sa pleasure business with them woul but without finding any relief until I
be. procured Doan's Kidney Pills. Since
A. .othea meti-N was held at the using them I do not have to pass the
lil ,'hamssee h ofMm. Louis Welhe Oa the 1th. kidney secretions at night and my
YThe wet el 21 ladi I ack gives me much less trouble. I
a well pleased with the results I
.'- .f." OTH NO W AV I otaie frm n the use of Doan's KId-
49*^f US A- db Ia UsBook aiiolna morrhant at Pills and I can7.recommend them
-." .l we "The ttm toany person suffering from kidney
S- .f e -sy tar ab*ately troouble.-
iace my bay of a severe cough, A P r sale by all dealers. Price -M
,a .eaI eo.r who was so l1 with cents. Foster-,.llburn Co, Bufalo,.
a l that the d rs gave hiMm up New York, sole agents for the United
o S aml bMyIm w a takiu yaki BWsRemember the name-Doan's-and
....... t aMnd Ta. Neothif ie is as- te .
a a"d eartal, o resuiats. Seld by all e o
OAwD ELE-lI lgBA WW 4-t U-thismethod of thuaking
t*e putbi thvo mthe columns of
Bad caps ape si ngo here now. ymer paper for the beral patronage
Ir. PUtisa wa i our ur Thuks- that has been e"eond us through
tfau if ay ay la his 0utossoebi. the past easo tIa our basnees, as
I Walker ad Mr. Dery t Soth w have not been able to deliver
S*e. aa, are visiting here ars, as the e ure country as a
,N- Myrtle Meck gave a social for whole bought mor cars than the
tAn yong people of lsectra MIn hoaor f. uoek factory Could produce. We
Sib AUlie i Mia and all esyled are Jut a receipt of letters giving
S.. s ad msc Mis Mels s a ght iing of our 1910 pro-
-", i SaturdayP. duet, assuring us of the tact that
O TineR Hout and- her skater, there will he so question Ina the ft-
Mi S S -t.- Visitmng their mother, ture that we will be cared for. Our
l ly. M thi week. 1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
.t asseonmen me te t bled with k"d- we have the assurance that It we
W O* m, "a y el know v sh ould need 100 cars we can dellve-
W Bamy se s a" gsem tatal diems thie same. Our models 10 and 17
S ml0mi n.0 eghotedl Mif will be eomtilued, but the hors.-
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0. Oft 21,t su-. A" 1 'tit is entirely closed, dea. r-
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t lat i the tMIme whe e I condition,
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atBB atal tiei* atthe poarW aCtisO We atr H is unrd Dollars
.....-a"n-s mwhih-Dr.cata_)AMw m- wMthe ubecured by
I"& a tejorne the u ppe Hallsviataley., Ots. sMend for c.r-
.N. th SPiweih were hen t~op rtit Mrs free. D. J.aesmw oa Co, To-
e.d ai toe s.or. 11he a-l e, Ohio fienlo. hn r Mggla, ic.,
K CSpta' b. SCebye "of the dGteaoBe l ake mane, Mo in mer wCamaie-
to blybw the two l s HBe
MaeO net ti,, tbe h ut was as-n Rih MIL uK nd
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1 S Ntm D taB Sebao aa the natvesfGre-4 Basil Duke. know n Indisetary as mar-e
f caWes h ipbelavi nge was a no s right hand man, weas found
COrAd--R A-- es boat. Thl hid dead in her bed at the Dui residenee
S. .-- aia ..d a-. a per property 'ere yesterday. Heart failure is
uant- n- tiy mw a wa e theater thought i to bavebeenrthe amuseo her'


O wasB mn t th far north f gouibye death.
me hu 10.Mrs. Duke as Henrietta Morgan,
-o Acr t to thee story of.thae m- sister of oGe. John H. Morgan, com-
3 T M. tI live,* Dr. Coek on the day before he wander of Morgas men, was married
teacsaed epol was ex lt nt and to Mr. Duke In 19. Her husband,
"","" N to ti epomalmr: vsix brothers and a brother-la-nilaw
&.(n u gh we sll we rIn." foht I the Confederate army in.te
S civil war.
wos O Ie TH SlOUL Mrs. Duke was socially prominent

"."ou" s on *w His e_ state .and an Indlefatigable member of
Sis s 61: s to 4 cams is eI T hese appallng t he Daughters of the.Confederacy. Her
*8 : .words 1- efforts of late years have been dlir-
S.- m, a I... iheatofC. .. ed mainly to the collection and pres-
8K N 1r.. t"O .v I tervIon of data. relics and history
"t",.. ". r Il ncident to the war.


weeks"use.!*" jltes3 a. lns, "he -
-iin3 inui wmo wiwell eWer. I would ntDunneflon. Fla., Sept. lst. 1"9-I
--ta ANte. a miey Isthe wor" rhp sold HaMrs Texas Wonder of St
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carefully the lee which melts so rap-
Ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in It, that the center Is what
is called "new lea," which, being porb
ous allows It to molt quickly.

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The kind we tra out t a clear
and perfect as It is possible to make
Ice, ad Is the mast ecomW i-m Me
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The I1a00 14 an theEaetinms Cami f
Asia Swept SeWep by a Deva.
ttifTyphels -
Manfl, Oct. 2.-A typhoon of aun-
umual severity swept Northern and
Central Laso on o iuday. The los
of lite tI considerable and the dam-
age to property heavy. Torreatal
rains accompanied the storm and an
extensive area was wooded. The radl-
road beds are washed out at several
points and one railway statim Is
swept away.
Much Wamage CDews ut Hmg Keep
Hon Kong Oct. 2L-Many cassal-
ties attended the typhoon that played
havoc with native shipping and dam-
aged other vessels at various points
on the coast.
At this point the Standard Oil
steamer Lyndhurst fouled the Japan-
ese steamer Hong Kong Marm and
both were damaged.
At Macao the Portuguese gunboat
Patria was lifted from Its moorngs
and carried up the Canton river, and
left stranded on a Sooded rice feld.
Many houses were blown down in
the vicinity of Mace, where Junks and
fislhin smacks In large numbers
foundered, Involving many r-Fattee,


Mr. Frank Jemas returned from
Floral City Monday morning.
. Mrs. Frank McDonough vent down
to Lakeland Monday and will go from
there to her home at MiamL
Mr. Simpson came down from Jack-
sonville Saturday and spent Sunday.
Messra. Wartmann and Crosby
went down to Ocala last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wellhoner of
Palatka, arrived Sunday and will visit
relatives here this week.
Mrs. Perry of Oak is here visiting
her brother, Mr. Sherouse.
Miss. Adelaide Gammon returned to
her home In Jacksonville, much to the
regret of her many friends made while
here.
Mr. Critchfleld, a fruit buyer of
Pittsburg, Pa, is here.
Mr. Lee Jennings of Cincinnati. 0..
was in Citra last Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Carswel of Ocala,
were Ia. town last Friday.
Engineer Cranessee of High Springs
is In town this week.
Dr. Montgomery of Micanopy. was
in town In his automobile Wednesday.
Miss Zelma Cason of Island Grove.
was In town Monday.
Mr. Boseman, a fruit buyer, was
here Monday.
Mrs. PFufwood went up 1o Jackson-
ville Tuesday.
Miss Pansy Souter will not continue
her music elase here this winter, to
the regret of her pupils. She has a
much larger class at .Sanford.
Mrs. Harry Baker, who has been so
sick at the home of her sister. Mrs.
Crosby, was able to return to her
home at Island Grove last Friday.
Mr. Joe McAllister had the misfor-
tune to lose his house and contents
Monday night by Are. The origin of
the fire is unknown.
Mrs. Eugene Burfeson and Mrs. Os-
car Sberouse received the sad news
last Thursday of the death of their
father, Mr. V. R. Jerklus at Wildwood.
They left on the night train to attend
the funeral.
The postofAee has been moved to
the store and residence of Capt. Bar-
rlson, the postmaster.

&'D RATHER Ulh, DOCTOR,
than have my feet cut off," said M. L.
Bingaam, of Princeville, 111. "But
you'll die from gangrene (which lad
eaten away eight toes)' if you don't,"
sad all doctors. Instead be used
Bucklen' Aranica Balve till wholly
cured. Its cure at of ecema fever
sores. holls, hums and pies astound
the world. Mc. at all druggists.


HEADQUARTERS FO .,GOOD.

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LOR O. (N oar Maaneria) OM L
Boarding School fer Beys Caucmted by the 1ws um te m eisgh" ^
Boys from 8 to 14 years Recetved, CareAfuy Traisd saeag -hilit 1'
lectual. Morl and Social Usea, Ueaithy rm u msla Ms.
Pool, Complete Eulpaest i rslrs, DMRaitW, Ettib a aa
Recreation B" oom


Apply for Prospetu to th
St Jooeph*s A .y, MMOWo, ia


LAKE WEIR
Mr. B. L Tur ley aad Mr. W.
Smith of Tampa, came up Saturday
evening to see Mr. Clarence Stmth,
whose continued illneas Is beco
alarming to his friends.
From all Indications there will 1e am
unprecedented Infux of visitors om the
lake 'the coming winter, as there has
been a steady demand for houses and
rooms &ince early smmer.
A most delightful thimble party was
given last thursday by Mrs. R. I,
Martin at her lovely home from 2:3
to 4:20. Delkclous refreshments were
served, a salad course followed by
fruit and cake, nuts and marshmal-
lows. The Invited guests were Mrs.
M. P. Moody, Mrs. A. C. Fameor. Mrs.
LK H. ClementS. Mrs. H. W. esry, S.,
Mrs. LH. W. enry, Jr., Mis K. L.
Scott and Mrs. J. B. Martin.
Mrs. Cauthen of Belleview is visit-
ing her son, Samuel Cautbhe.
Mr. James Smith of ClarkavtW,
Tenn., is spending a few weeks wth
his sister, Mrs. C. J. Smith.
The axent at Oklawaha to kept busy
shipping oranges from MNo Bluff and
the north side of the iks. as thg eOe
Is larger than at any time sine the
freeze of 184-'9t.
Dr. H. W. Henry is strawlag Lake
avenue at his own epene, whih ith
the Bermuda grass makes a f driv.
The family of Dr. Camp is enter-
taining Dr. Camp's brother aad daugh-
ter of Atlasta, who spent last witer
with them. They are loking for a
location for a permanent hona so the
lake.

UP BEPORE THEBAM
N. h. Brown, an attorney, ofe Pitt-
stekld Va.. writes: "We hav meesd Dr.
Klng'm New UTA Plls 9or years 4l
afind them sueh good family mdte
we wouldn't be without them." *er
chills constipation, blsuMess eor
sick headachbe they work weaderM 2 6.
at all druggists,


1910 state and county eea
tinal llesIes l hbe due ad prN.
able October last, 1909. Piie
give thin matter your mt atti-
ltle- T.x Lao .
Tax Copector.
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Thi ly e a1 s an astratas
oft a home aspis-rt ad pride that ra
riot Il the bouales plains and tow-
prig pe- kst this great country *t
.The. thdaf people were making
" pre Orations fr President Taft's
The deg aivms the 3mnI
etiM pee-e with. Taft was t.
iort imi a. reg dele ahta t that
ord at ltb weat to emver am
damed s~igger dgg They got i..
I have refmwed already to the wea
e habit of bu f a chuv es.
sehol ho-aes, pasra, T. M. C. A.
bilia gs, etc. They hate It Ina rant
Jumetio, to the extent of a beautiful
MINA diMr. and the wa the sec-
e0ary was Stwleg for members was
an AlAm.satios. lamit a" simper was
oroiled a"m the astlttlotn was the
pride md boost of the town.
The towU rbad a fine board of trade
with .aa electrical secretary, a he
0d thlug. Ue had a display Isle
ONe" that q ow.Im m&sto mhet nu-
*4li of tthe beatt' no mater where
am" d Jumctioa has more than A
&In.t brbet wemuse It is the
home a voRite Slece and aoo the
pbef t4at ;Or w srldgpow W.it
br,. started a fruit growers t la
hortle ral Journal a decade ag to
bhm rad i Juastoir valley fruits
m ad ibeets md ItedL t
Ome wouaM tMh that a valley town
with the broesy ala et of the plains and
the toweats mon tin that sumnd
1, would demand Irrigation for the
parched threat of man, but strange to
may Orand Juatloa is dry In ameo
am act and the esrtment ab high-
ly mteotmanry to the majority of the
-o In the plaeM.
LAoke t south qcros the Grand
OrO m aa elevated .plateau several
msa asmway, eee aes an object that
resembles a mosumeat and whee ask-
of the measg oft it Is tmold that is the
spo a preap o struck may year.
hIwo a"ll 'oIta t. of that "e@tlosin
smB ofa stold. Aa he looked down
pw im sparkling wabr a the
hold the valley. str-tahed out in all
w Massif here Is tha seat so a great
city a* a young ampre. True to his
jpropheIty It I scon true a" -
desdets In nmbe. are abis g
the inWspMratl h at entered bhs sou
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te hepeoft the high water$ andfor a Is lb seases enth rdm em ta mi1es.mOrans: r.Vaeci







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Pt Faa z= r d namer ea dapper and paloia ihatee ish intNo-A e 0 M. e
wireth treatme lat traveled. Mrat he. Por ow Orato Ct aletel
ter pdtMr and Mrset latewattah oldw h e or e-dat- P$.pp; Fla. gVeen, per h eb






lady sar whose soul was steeped tn agassisthe takinhiiea hMeialm Din es per crate 2^! 8 ^
1ood wl a espi maettaMity iotr anl tnmewoodr- theptie ks e tIs" 2t t
Pea.je eople ah res% rar thtnlSrTENOGRAPHIC WORK $U.76.
with tJ*e.ORehemon te wu nltheyr AND TYEWRITIN Oraneapples: Fla. peran vesItea 9 W .
the a feea at a mpteem m worn Intwor. Beahu a Monday, October 18th I CoratetLA02: per ; .WI.








ever the viaet with a te aw Library in the Merchant
MIL a.reol o t-block, prepared to do all er of Paeapple: per do .
rer fertenoyraphic work and typewritmg. Orapes: Caltm. per es $U88 *
fPya"Nw an hedthattNtost a ehamtsh,









la "ia t eib s e and outde oyte. hrlmp. NOTICE FOR RENTIe
.rguat P11xt shcation sNtouorth of weOa.t end of the Icity a aclesp









Not i bato b-dsln a ; as-aH wodn Notise ts heriy gbte that by v$r-
coeVIst NdNar HO t or ooe oe tackfm tue of the authority rested Wall by
to" " resolution of tg woeity ooSellr I weml,
to at iar. dinner and pped with p OrOc D FARe R SALE by otcry on te day
retm asm the e nmo t trait.TMrs. g- oin? lT5@ lIT. I





















SrNeasney lea. p.at of Oak s.tasi ofr the market to the hhlal a1t
Sa to imperfect ye A. pl M are cleared and under Remedye. Ti I lp,
pleasure to perfect Oea g enced balance Utmbered, one mie from PNo one apl be slowed to p er l agn
-. O)R, 4 M. BONE, a sub-ditrict ...hool; a **room two. outste city makt ftr D
alat la. Wend d well of water; goo wa d barnsteepede and prtl p On
ood WE a" ospitalityfo. r. aad 1:3the outho". The land e as nood ast












to 4: Optical oe and lab can be found aron coty for Ipefruople with per
r wwhenf you most them &" glowunoder S'ENOGRAPHIC WORK $2.75.
























oratory, roo and ward 4 ary blo truck. AND TYPEWRITINGerms or bladder trble real their
S. w reasonable. D. N. Waldront. Okrak. er they wouldts: pewithr t A s t
COOK WANTED the Lawbrar commence takIn the Mer ants
1--- REGISTRATION NOTICE Remedy. Thie great oe-medy d tep"
bloA ck wanted for rest t Apply prepared to do all manner of Pineapples: th rrelar
at k Cafe ste nographic work andof typhe writing. ranges: Calif. per thee



,re salt and fresh wattr fat e daisth, n-
ra e fside and -outside oysters. shrimp. etc. NOTICE FOR RENTI a i












irk and Supervisort end of Registratyn a a e a
SLONG market building In local. f Notice, paperhebygive that *-
aO t bu ing. nWilliamrker, atPone o the authorityve e
is atand. Are you equipped with ELECTRICLiHT y public outcry on the r atsat-
good v1s-1 1 so that you can spend 1 43Arofs sLadHalf a Mile North ,November 19". at 10 o'clock a. li
thW1e ho0 w tol their bsto to do ,AT TKiECITY.MARK mt..he






















he enty commissioners of um An elegant electr gh f the tre o h highs
ter conty, omely: Tom Be ofIt I cot will sell fored a sm portion HORE AND BUY R AL
Ceter I a W. Carter of of ts cost. Is n mbrne conite mile from No one will be allowed to
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SWetersub-dis appeared before Judge W.pl strict oo a -room two- o e tohe city market afer se
y Baock to show cause why story house: one stack chimney a ber t190.owned a MaeSir
board sho tot cal.l another election The land Iha oM colt a ood as
Sto 4:20 p. determine theical oce and lab- canounty seat of m' alon countyfor people with -aymp or tol ier-
ter atosty. Tem J2dge told thembck truck and general farming. Tem or b ladder trouble real their dl.

der the law It wa their dtyt ISTRATION NOTICE Remedy. This eat remedy
fAr the people and Judge aneAp, of t te pain and the Il-1E
Lat T f f The rosstrateon bootI of the city sin|otis Cand fhl4s eup theser- M
of Ocala are now open at the city sans and there isno e 'e o fS











clerlock's office. All parties desiring to rconvincingoother present \-


Sof the question; that the wishes. K.St
at the majority should rule, as tn this. et R. ad
case an voters wanted an election asn L .
Sagaist -e who edid not. It Is now r .
for the county commissioners of Sum- Tuahi Ledge, Wa U
ter to order aid election, or appeal IL OF meet r-
the deeniom to the supreme court of _ary Tues t s evaft s
the state. I, n on&e's a. m V tbs rother al-


A s an evidence of your social wayswelcome
C. I. Lu oger, tae Jeweler, 10M VIr- standing, your hands play an Im- W. 1 COlbert. N. A
ghila Ave., Iqdio .poft lad., writes: portaat part. To have them heavily M. M. Little. OK.rears.
"I was so weak from kidney trouble bejeweled Indicates poor taste-to
that I oeuM hardly walk a hundred have them, however, set of with
feet. Fur bottles of Foey's Kidney two or three rings of perfect J O U -
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured workmanship and of genuine qual- MN0
My backahbe and the irregularities Ity is to have youreslf classed as
disappeared and I can now attend to having both good taste and breed- P.
lblaes every day and recommend Ing and excellent financial standing. Meet. mo n d
oley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer- Our display of designs is of the efeg siIn machematsy
e1, as it cured me after the doctors kind that will please the most ex- uni etaer Twit
ad other remdaes had failed." For acting. ft brethren layswelmw
sale by an druggists. A. I. BURNETr Brador Webb Ealted Ra r.
Dr. W. H. Dodge raised $11 for the OCAA, FLORIDA Stephen Jewett. Secretary.
Key West suferers, which does not A
Inladde $12 subscribed by the Presby- CM
teriasa Buanday school and $12.0 from X& 814 AL
Reddlek contributors. making a total -
of 8142.M.
of esaUL6L Meeta every Well
Mr. Chas EL ie representing the day ove at
LIther Burbmak Realty Co. has rent- 8:15 o'clock. VisitI g bretlm always
ed the building of Mayor Robertson's, welcome. I. W. Ditto, P le",
corner tof North Main and First streets a
and will proceed at owce to open up PV ,A
and get busy. If one-tenth of what -
I Mr. Seg say hter company proposes
to do for Maries county is possible, met e Ts n e's Bll the, n- A
sT hfsoddaerg rowawherehoneX m o


Vpe" herreturnly wom mae several
vacation yer srat act should be to A -


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amraltph si'. Wre ib odw.th"deve.

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Ckmdreies newresmde batwelAR
dame-it wdlea.

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emu today.
los ae IOa a" mad ats at
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ilomw ta"d lhdbEd Camp
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SMr. and Mrs. Fank Pelot of Levon.
were In town today.
WANTED-Good, steady competent
cook. Apply at 7S Bouth Third street.
FOR R rNT-Homse on South Third
street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.
Those ladle s gold cuff buttons are
right up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.
Those wedding presents at Welbe,
the Jeweler's.
Mr. Wil Jefcoat has sold h'is little
Fort ear to Dr. A. L. Idar.
Ptut of fresh ostmem at W R Rd-


a (| UK alider M h wardd, aest 6 market bdI dlding

Bl-L^ id *I^ -.t ,' *wards, next to market building.
B *^ ll~ te fy IThose ladis' gold cufR buttons are
*'4g, : 'i p'r'^ '^ *-"~- F right up to now at Welbe the Jeweler's.

Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-
r -i .wards*, next to market building.
*---**- -h-u*
a.v.. Mr. 8. A. Rawn s of Jacksonvtlle isP

Tnhashela halt and other leading
S' r newspaperss and magazines at Bal-
lard's NOWs stand.
,';'"' C' .--- -u,. --', A tl card -requestin g the visits
S.,. of the Star located Mr. Morris Smith
*0,b 4' ,at No. 44 W. 12 7th street, New York.

Sa Arm r Pi Palmer's Garland Cold Cream lan S.
."- .- "-T- pand 6 c. Jars at the Postoffce Drug-
.b ", B TwWM8 Bets. store.
0 .0t'. pitstoeu 8palh O(ioiw L F. F.Stephenas mand wife of PFloral
City. were guests of the Montezuma
SE D.W A RD Sytry
S Sterlin Silver and cut glass for
S,- wedding presiptiat at Weibe, the

Dow Beek, a prospers farmer of
-., ^, .. .... ..u Cottage Hill, was a caller In town to-

SIf you want a good lead pencil buy
P G E one of Oeg's Beet, 6c. at the Post-
;PLD OLD nT .OLL m ofee Drugtore.
S AGA09W AMD 0NL00S OF MUSIC, EXPRPSON.!, 0. Rogers of Lynne. a son of
-" i OMstIC A O DUS1TRIALt. ATnr AND ColR. F Rogers, was in town today
|1 -A NDhES. with bi father.
and thirdM d ery new eot-~p-d: e t Use Palmer's Lotion after shaving.
Ims h1et; Ies faculty; perfect health cond- Wc. and $1 bottles at the Postooles
a m s s boating tennis e urts, golf links; Drugstore.
Lea u~ ba 1a Warns uaplfms t Fersloa In 1"*.
N.. MOd M likt' e 'ndewast; expomms moderate; Mr. Nathan Mayo of Sumnamerfield,
: ChitlIdn but hai sUmmelntloalm stdad for was n town today and made the Star
S *- -pleasant business call.
..: -m WANTED-A first-lass young Jer-
PI Ca Adn~s* -ethe Pmeelsmy cow giving milk. Apply to LH. C.
:- Jone at the Oeala Bottling Works.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Tonce will
q C' ,come In tonight from Jacksonville on
t e 9 o'ceock train.

e Gers Best. Se. at the Pot-
"ofic D- cDr,-to-- -
.... U Mrs M.A. A. R L obertaon of this city
-... P.- s now visiting relatives at Unadl a,

AND SIGN PAINTER ...Sterling Silver and.. cut glass for
weddlag presentsaat at Welhe, the
SInand PRM aperhanging a Speo
r rIEI sad Od Ones Re-.slvmed, GlaWs At. e Ma wnt to Jack-
snville unday to-enter the Massey
-- Was rigritg Ring e. g* ambel SS cof*t .
r-a, e tVe W a Bule ioe'.', _
-Soleprot RH e for ladklia, guaran-
,-.'UA Dteteedforsx M without holes, at

Sterling ver and eaut glass for
wedding presemtst at Welbe, the
Jeweler's.

If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Gerl's Best. c. at the Poet-
t e office Drugstore.
Mrs. Lena Burgess of Blltchton left
This afternoon for Fort Meade to at-
tend the .moems meeting at that
~place.


4, i All of tm. ~l igh fsheo l hooks amd Wup-
S* Uplnes am m w ie You een get thes
Buy ie est?
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PausOM

APRICOTS
CURRANT"
SaEEDED RAISINs
LEMON AND ORANGE PMEL
e ---ve Emlo S amMale Vdr w
soa6* Lime ml Cary a Come


USE CREAM FLOUR


TEAPOT

GROCERY


DO YOU WANT A HOM ?
If you want a cottage bhoe in Oeak
on easy paymmt, cosuit Frank Ditto.
He has a plan that wlsnet fatl to Is-
t-~ yow

PHOTOGRAPHS WANTED
Any pwon who has a peally
sood photo of a Slock of ehim- ani-
mais or farm crmes i* rques-d to
send same at once to the oUff c &L
T. Slstrnk, esiOcala, for e a in ns-
tratian a booklet descriptive t Mar-
Ion county which will soea be used
by the county commiamomea. Amy
som agricultural scene will be eom-
9sdered. Prompt action s requested.

SMALL HOME, EASY PAYMENTS
A mall borne in the city. wel locat-
ed. new house, easy terms F. W.
Ditto.


Three mules and one or Ap-
ply to Sam. H. Martin at Martin &
Carm's. im


BIROD DO FOR SALE


Toung pointer pups for sale. Apply
to Dr. H. C. Mills. Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. F. 0. Flts, Oneonta, N. T.,
writes: "My little girt was greatly
benefited by taking Poley's Ortno
Laxative, and I think it Is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orino Laxative is
mud, pleasant and effective, and cures
habitual constipation. Sold by all
druggists.

HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
-I,
The A. L. Handley heooee, oe of the
most conmvenient anid best built hoses,
ge lp t Waid all meenmimgnoni.s the
heIe- k let in third ward Gmr high
building, for rest or sal. Ap-
ply to Davi S. Weedre Holder
m*eek, Oeals, Fl,.

MEN-Our llurad catalogue ex-
plains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.
Theb bet pkagd e pof pep ms
eBvelp to m""o at Osl BNews

L. C. Davis &Co., or Jacksonvll.
will sell any .make of second-had
typewriter, upon easy terms If desired.
FOR SALE-Flue English pit bull
dog; eight. 52 pounds; age, eleven
months color, white and tan; light
blue eyes. Can be seen at any time
at 62 North Magnolia street. Owner
C. P. Sapp.
We want your precriptloa work
and am prepared to ofer you the most
skilled pharemacists and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tydinga &
company.

Captain DeLong, the veteran of
Candler, accompanied by his daugh-
ter. Mrs. John H. Mathews. cam up
this noon.


Attorney H. C. Martin
vllle came up this noon
legal business with Judge
lock.


of Brooks-
to tanmet
W. S. But-


The voters or tre taird ward have
appealed -to Carter H. Dame valin
to run for alderman of his ward. He
said his constant abeenee ona the read
precluded such duties as alderman
would Impose e him. Dame would
make a good alderman It be could be
Induced to serve.
The Marion County Sunday School
Institute will beg Its session tonight
at the Presbyteran church. All are
Invited.
We have a few boxes of exption-
ally Ibe writing paper. Drop la and
take a look at them. The Postoflee
Drugtare.
FOR SALK-Fay-Sholtes typewriter
in good condition. Has only been
used a short time. WIll sell tor $.


cash.


Address Box 21L Oeaa.L


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Mr. W. L Maann of ssomgsivle,
was In town today, loe~ t for a
home. Mr. Ianstoed showed him the

Mr. T. R. TIndale. svpegl m >
for the big Sumner Lumber Co. at
Zuber. was In town to4ar a gue tof
the Florid House.
FOR RlNT-A ore-Teom hoeam t
third ward, well lon ted, $I per qath.
Apply to H. P. Bitting at TY& e &
CW'I atore.
The youngest eild of Mr. JoWwes .
of the Silver Tip Livery. who
been so seriously I1 for the past few
days. ais greatly Iproved today. r.
Lindner has been attesding the eld.
Mr. and Mrs. Jobamon lost their nezt
youngest child two weeks ag.


Mr. LAous J. Brumby. wl hoes bee
so UIl for the past ten days in the hoo-
pital, is rapidly Improving and wll
soom be out and at his newspaper
duties again.

Mr. Jolly, president of the Presby-
terian college at WKts and CoL Mil-
ler. member of the Florida legisla-
ture of the same city, who were ex-
pected on the S. A. thiU s & so. did
not arrive, but k,was hoped wold


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wuek endt a m n",MI
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Sthe I-nid Mr. Of W. Davt f
but aee betor w.


The ar wants Dswy e*tMss
bineisse man a isOa tobeube to af
e90es as many o thdr bel-e 4e
s asthey aN AR O be-
fae the er a tthe .m .
Fair and leotant oms e a &d-
vertist@g ea the backs o the eav so-
pvine The hager wl st S very









eough to pay rwt weWil
paee thatitispaM a snth WI W



te Mm wiet Mr. IA W. Davis aef
urgi him to mr fpr may t eraude
auy ct for mto arket 0.e Orao. m .










T. Hl ob. the in pubic a ,tftr W1
has many Mmmi.. N hbewsm. b a









WA-4te e will have sro- ap.
THE NEW AIR DOME
Messrs. Sylvester and Tesoer wAE
es or the Armry Theater e the
a othernew Air D s .. and wl he,
In addition toa, spleudidM loet a
lAg pictures a irst-das Isttle vaud-a
Oklawe show every and be ithB a a
om display at the a wean
VIOLATING THE FUSH LAW
Three coIt f ed men, M. eae ItM
Charley PhIllps Ciwad 00:rbd3@0












Orange pound to ta s e wale
Plow Ya ste by wGam Warda W.
F Buteo with atrgb umuyV











posh In their ;osWit udo iwfd
caught for market pnt Orange M ke..
T. w Mis, the ph awrapher, heAM
taken some alesadId views V bsmes
orange gSres earm seeeMsa a -
t uincampy for the e unty coumis-
stonerd Mariony. He county booklet. They
are beauties.











JaMr. C. Wolfe. roe te mngthe
Southern Bed Opring Ce., et Aitmta,.
is in town tody laitervissewg ,h0


A. B. Cdwck, a e dowrn t from a
soldithe UnershomeIn the north, Is M
Marion county, looking fr a place Mr
kawa rivHalle and It. Kbane mote to
Mr. edn handsome wi M. oear
Dr.hey C. toose p Iadbeard IUne
Peter Dwlaoe may so umuch about the


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thM- after Mr. H. n to a-s begr
to display at the nk where you mn.
nsee It If Interested. W a three Iter
Fida oats only Wiblgsh s
pounds. Quite, a.Seuld Aulo




will get seed rnd pa dethi variety..




Mr. WalterJohn Pasteur. w to Mr.

yesterNion Oday. He wa Mr. return atond Mr.






W. P. Martin of Moess Bl, came np
mrid noong
his coldas are nirly eH aied by ih-

tah n o harm. n cam drs ht r t
Sdrni eta
M I Joh Paseur I tno r


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KENDRICK
We are havin bautmtl October
weather emp tht tt is t a attle dy..
Har IevnsN ia a thing of the past. Our
tame are new lowtin forward to
freak -mea4. mew aru-0 et.
* Mr. 0 D. Regan mevd i- hienmlr
Moe Oan- tMi week. We regret vwry
umh to depart wit tlb. stmabli
ls wull ta Oeara ga.



trM plat- of Mr. C -D Bga. Be wOl
plat a large crnp o eatalampee ma
mdm.. Mr. mh meved in thin
mi e lesulbsh CwrristIm weot dowm
to sBea he "NOt wee to is* he
sees 1 arned heme blst Two-


-w*
eis aDe Pt, eficlest soheel
teveb .er ie her parents at dlhette

e afomeaso.
,'Mr. Naksis et mBaodmau, spent
meai I hes heo W.smAa0-@, We
bloi to belleve theme i s sometmi
tamt i very ateovet hberes or Mr.
Me ,Ay p esopesa w am a ertaln
YmI ler 1 is here *am- MIar.
Mr. 0. a. Gam a hT has beon
eanmete a with the ad s Lpauer
Cs. heeas rgnet his pm**e* with
thant gami ar md seeepted a pemotSn
wtih the sInar I, ter Os. a an -
Igr. we Wish no mum ansuses.
Mr. ILMG. Davls vile ipredeat and
a has f eo the yrd & Davis Lam-
Wbe O, o.f atrW. came up la fat-
way me spent rsewl hoa. be
hubde in i em.g is way in
Mr. 0 Dege is tbohe Wble beek-
-p mfr eM e m ~lA mer Co.
Ms umI f" aat Taimnpem, a.,
at the o where Mr. DOge has
a hft, but be le soe SphoneVe wIMh
Mreintry that he easests h moewe


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s IMe Nto h that wmem re-
:; aet emI & slolJ F- n P- -
WINSe a* .elbn a.t.tak
- defT. sbp owa re-cies.-
a* erivirMw lvift bausel. Henoaw
h3w 4* M rdast was when he had
.afm lr Me hisdo, atly na she had
ItAM th ke d wr o hper rhb p
slee aia nme, and the volro abided
eilmbO by day aweB by alht,
thte pgrhemoenot would be
1= -tb e seetwitasd so domit what.
v Ut-I Ie fkmt position, be was
.n i16, uest be iptoleble. He
imld I~st be her bo e.xxudg an
eatMlet ga ftih that weald mark
A o aggfHiB a a ta uenmduln hop-b
pum. B- khadh learned much from
dies ian'et a vloteUesi Ife. Tblins
1 1t1a1 bsede m weld now be de.
111 We. smac of R t him-elf dv
w ber sI Bzasy ways.
m t e team time after bstl-
a- an dMA the Suday while
Insr-s awy In lookeng up apart-
-i ald smtar preparait os for
SM remphm at bo1e1pag 1 also0
II dheb=t the pronramme of cele-
R *ws wft eagermes and come-t
ase adt he nVpaied to mlith's
asMay evemlm&d0 having
-an bMd at the boarding hoe dur-
g tWh day that bI frined bad re-
meaUnmt m gfrla WeMhs trip out
OAM wva tbe ftank a nature to
bg wor se maiute under the de-
lem Mi awaw by hibs tnaer he eu-
tesMW e sasa thad demonstrated
wi Ia iin. atIty of Bliving with
r hrMn amd the fitflty of farther
abot oI t-e -bow ,him that a
11a1W me. a tr deme, an conasu.
Wa&, a~ r1-Ilt htad euveloped her
1tlt-1 taBt It ad purged it of
imy ebanmf the old dae a an tlamtt
te aowledge that It burned for him
meiil .-U speeMt lak x pecullarly
Sst sy, e, *" be mad, oaodt be-
sS Mb bWtr tad we seatd Mmself.
h'a tame snoita doing."
Meeb expectant mile died out.
"w 4 do yo eaa aothing doind?
WAmt as themet Werem't you able
to e herr
"Tea, I asw her, and she refused.
AM vibl have Meafng further to do
e ~tgey mplm quickly to bti
Me" tsatm What did you my to
1 tlK r that y were leading a
s-a o WS abl W ywr eresm-
aoen, that yos weet sorry for what
ba" eeore6d 1de that in fture It
wM l akdNMIet and you would
de Tav ls tI y7Or power to asake
her haqo I teld taer that eyou loved
bar agsthnm ever. But it was ns
Mo wt y" ndi her to Mau UP?
0I d, mam I We"d her t forg-t
a-- *auc bal i for yo, told

ym se cla htave forgivin
Ihe 4 111mma, but tiat l n s-ao t
et har t pIAthe Wmuiiar that aht
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me to act for you, and I am bound In
-oM hoety to sire yo the result
st a It s."
TYou belve she really meant tr?
"1 am eonvineed e di and that
othin will make her change her.
mini."
"It's al rot!" re."Numated Brooks,
angry ad aggrieved. "She knew abe
was taIltg rot too. She herself told
me that nothing happened to her when
abe went to Wlams'. 8bhe gave him
sowe soft talk, cried a little maybe
when ab pleaded for me, and because
be Ied ber he gave her the paper re-
leasing me. That's all there was to It.
It was as easy as rolling off a log and
I doet see why she should still be
making eeb a fuss about It, do you?"
"I think I do. You took the ebhace
that something might happen to her.
You must have expected that It would.
and you were prepared to shut your
eye0 so long a sbe got what you want-
ed. That's what she can't overlook."
"Then you think she did right In
Tavit me?'
That is a question rd rather not
passm ape It an't any part of what
you asked me to do.*
"But I want to know what gau
th#ak."
"And rd rather not express any
ptaloa onme way or the other. I'm a
friend of both of you, and you ought
not to ask me such a thing."
"Oh. you needn't be afraid! You
know as well as I do that something
had to be done-dome at once--and
there was no other way out of it than
by getting her to see Williams. In the
morning It would have been too late.
1he's making a mountain out of a
molehill, and I shouldn't wonder it
you've been helping her, with your
SaltUaccd ways."
"Thanka. I dMdn't bring that sub-
Jeet ip at all-ever opened my mouth
about It."
T"You must have rubbed her temper
up the wrong way, the. I ought to
arve seen her myself. I might have
known you'd bangle the whole basl-
seas."
"Joe. I did the very best for you 1
eould, the bed 1 knew bow. I can
Imagine how you feel about It. and
rm sorry for you, real sorry for
you."
Brooks made a savage dire for tre
matchbox and relit his cigar that had
coe out


aet"


-Look herem Jmny. s ail. "I
don't want your pity ner any be
eles. I ought to have meM ha my-
setf, and then ererytUng wal have
been O. .L I could have b dt t up
with her In two m a e .a. I wIs ai
her at omce. Give m the add-*si
"It would be uselem and wald. omly
make matters worse. I cant."
"You man you weu't?
"Well, I weo't, fe you Wi me to P
It that way."
"You have no right to staad betwe
a man and hts wl "
"No, Joe, and God Is witteam tat
I would not wittnly do such a thing
fo anll earth has to eoer."
Brooks ro excitedly, an aiy seow!
om hiftae,
"There Is some ther maive fr
thMt," be ald, "and WI tel yes what
it i. You doat want, to eeeme tr
gether agalf. It ain't to yeur aterest
You're tanding in with at maSter
of hers."
"You know that i not true," se
turnd Smith earftly. I have dMa
all T emaild for wvas."
(Continued TemMrrow)
SWEPT OVER NIAGARA
This terrible calamity often hap-
peas because a career batman Ig-
nores the river's wamrnlg- Wilag
ripples and taster current. NatuVa
warnings are kind. The 4 dl palm W
ache In the back war you tho kid-
neys need attention If you would es-
cape fatal maladkia dopay, dmate
or Bright's disease. Take ftgftll
Bitters at once and see baedamha s
and all your best feeling return. "Af
ter long suffering from wesk RidnMs
and lame back one $1 bottle whoM-
cured me," write 3. L. Bankem- ip,
of Belk. Tena. ly fe. a bottle at all
druggists.
Jno. C. Trice Infonm the Star
from Tallahassee that his health av-
ing been restored, he wi begin the
last of the mouth the publfratlo of
"Florida" at Tallahassee. It will be a
6-column, 8-page paper--a state pa-
per. We wish brother Trice abua-
dant success,


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