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 22, 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: VID03304
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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O. metc Ohea aOmw
for Na t X Meshq
lJr Oak. Oct. 22.-At the buMsam
e e of the Fwrid Brigade. U. C.
V., asewblet here for state reunion.
yesway B*tNw was usnulmowuly
smpNol the eMting place for 110.
061 i da C. Davamt of BrooksillUe
w M-6 to a* poeitomu of briga-
die-< aSm will command the
Jleris division for the coming year.
The veteran are greatly pleased
wt both eeleetwe. General Da-
T-at, me of the moet pictaureque
ures Ina we convention, was made
the feanhsmhn Pb selb flor cmmfsdew.
, More tha 440 veterans are present.
This city h* welamed them with
opel armia, so ftr as entertainment Is
eaeersed. Ftlly 5.4 visitors are
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New York
Pineapples. Fla. 2A's'$2.25 $2.75;
We $2 O $1.25; rs $1.50 9 $2; Porto
Rice 24's $1.50 $2.;: 20's $1.45 6
2.0; Wes $1.25 $1.75; Cuba 24's
$1.75 $2.50; S30a $1.75 9 $2.25 Wes
$1.50 9 l. .
Orapetrult; Fla. per box $1.75 9
S1S; Jamaica per box $1.15 @ $2.37;
Porto RicoMper box 81.50 0 14.
Oranges: .Fla. choice, well colored,
per boa. $2.25 S2.S0; Fla. green per
box $L50 9 S2.
Cumumbers: FUb. per basket $1.25.

Plneapples: Cuban red Spanish 24's
$t.M; W's and S 's $2 $3.25; 4sr $2.
Orapetruat: FPA. boxes, all sizes $4
* 84.50.
Oranges: Fla. per box $2 O $2.5;
Calif. Valencias tcy. per box $3 0
$3.25; choice as to size $2.40 $2.8&.
Philadelphia
.Pinepples: Fla. per crate $2 C
Grapefruit: Pla. per box $2.50 a
$3.75.
Oranges: Calif. Valenclas per box
$2 @8,.640; Fla. g.en,. per box $1.50
0t2.

Pineapples: Red Spanish 24's per
crate $1.50 0 $2; 3's $1.25 9 $1.75;
wes $1 $Ir.5. .
Grapetfritt,Fla. pbr box $3 @ $4.

Pineapples: I1's per crate $3.50 0
; 34's $3 $3.50; 30's $2.60 0 $2.75;
3's $2 9 $2.25.
Grapetrdlt; Fla.t per box $2 & $4.50.
Oranges: Calif. Valencias per box
'1.75 6@ $3.50.
Cincinnati
Pineapples: Fla. 24's per crate $4.25:
0SO's and Ws per crate $3 0 $3.75.
Grapetfruit: Fla. per box $2.50 0
$2.75.
Oranges: Fla. per box $2.25 o $2.50:
Calif. per boe $2.265 O 2,
Coconuts: per 100 $3.50.
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Grapefrult: per
Cocoa0uts: per
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Tampa, Fla., Oct. 2-A-angmements
were perfected yesterday wheeby
the Detroit Tgers, runers-p Ina the
world's ehamplemehip, wl ply the
local team three ames on Oct. 23 29
and 30. The Tigers will go trom.,bere
to Cuba to play during the winter
months.
DEAFNESS CANNOT E CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
nessam, and that is by couatltutiomal
remedies, Deafness Is caused by aa
Inflamed condition of the mucuas lin-
Ing of the UWats9*k Tube. Whie
the tube is infamed you have a
rumbi ag soud of imperfet hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed, deaf-
ness Is the result. and unless the In-
fammatlon can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal coaditlam,
hearing will be deir'oyed forever;,
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces.
We will give One Hundred Dolars
for any case of deafness easedd by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure. Send .for cir-
culars free. F. J Cheney & Co., To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists. T5e.
Take Hall's Family P11ls for constipa-
tion.
HOOKWORM AIMS HIGH
Fastens on Aristeery of Qorgia as
WeHl as Poer White Tueek
Athens, Ga. Sept. 22.-The preva-
lence of hookworm disease. which
certain scientists have ascribed as the
cause of laziness amobs students at
the University of Georgia. Is causing
the faculty alarm and a campaign
has been determined upot to eradi-
cate the parasite.
Dr. J. C. Bloomfield of the city
board of health, has been a.umlning
the students at the request of the fac-
ulty and he reports that at least M
per cent are suffering from hook-
worm.
Many of those examined by Dr.
Bloomfeldd are members of wealthy
families, which, in his opinion, dis-
credits the belief that the dhisease Is
prevalent only among the poorer
classes.
"I'D RATHER uiw.. DOCTOR,
than have my feet cut off,, said M. L.
Bingham. of Princeville, Ilk "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) If you don't."
said all doctors. Instead he used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cures of eczema, fever
sores. boUs, burns and piles astound
the world. 25c. at all druggists.
SOUTHERN MAN SUCCEEDS


The Late E. H. Harriman as Head of
the 8oeuthern Pae
New York, Oct. 22.-Judge Robert
S. Lovett, who was closely Identified
with the Harriman Intarests during
tht life of the railroad wisard, was
elected president yesterday of the
Southern Pacific railroad as succes-
sor to the lIte Edward a. Harrlman.
Judge Lovett Is a Southern man,
and his close association with Harrl-
man in the post of ebhef adviser.
made him the logical successor In. the
various positions which Mr. Harriman
held.
Most women are troubled with kid-
ney complaint, and you know very
many serious and even fatal diseases
result from the e neglected kidney
troubles. If you will take DeWltt's
Kidney and Bladder Pil s as directed.
you may be confident of good results.
Try them and see how really good
they are. Beware &o taltona. pills
that are intended to deceive youa. Be
sure you get DeWitt's. SBold by all
druggists.

DR. CARLISLE DEAD
And There New Survives Only One
of the Si -ers of Se fesin
Spartanburg. S. C.. Oct. 22.-Dr.
James H. Carlisle, president emeritus
of Wofford College. died here at his
home yesterday. He was one of the
two surviving signers of the ordi-
nance of secession. He was eighty-
four years old.
C. J. L ager, tne Jeweler. 1"0 Vir-
ginia Ave.. Indlanapolis. Ind. writes:
1 was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cared
my backache and the Irregularities
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
er.s as it cured me after the doctors
and other remedies bad filled." For
sale by all druggists.
SPANISH CABINET SUCCUMBS


More War, Sedition at Home md
Opposition in Eurpe Prove Too
Much for Maura
Madrid. Spain. Oct. 22.-After a de-
termined struggle against the opposi-
tion in Spain and throughout Eurow-e
and on account of the serious condi-
tons in Spain the Spanish cablne-t,
headed by Premier Maura. has rev-


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Sat ameasoat water to pepetually lames It has survived sad lwa th pop (Qse Upri; C. N. EgMig
te fr r. ThiPs widli take Only for a bref pase0 111101 hem emma e amwa sme m u
very ew aam with the water wasteorn- t o e h
wail earl not be eaamierable, and s Wr a S rpld lywr with latR.afmt ses-
the bt rived far se.t of all pro-. igesM1cm hdac...he pe.- The- Ses-teU herly- e- -i--
pwti an to the mallepeasesad Sp tatk y asty co" the Taliaerr naval 0 MU Ney
time. LeS us step the rush after the wit btUteBkmf OPP*"tendingaIn C*MmreMsm a4@de410,
almighty dollar a minteor. or two and drM M t u. e@ a -Odquat a Jan.
ive Just this t o thosmmht to our Piee's Mteale- t eof a aI rIed at m -
ownt Lek ad a r iet the to-ar an edvnS, quariwdel meddwe jwit al attack o1ate *m0ei0l. f -la
take up the question appoint a c o- Its 1 gl ts printed eva stores mteta at. -
witteen sfer with e water co. no secret, sos hosu -omuas hw.
pamy an d e department and asee tere tMm's aso dIesa. Asauin T- aN
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*em a piaa te Io Iis t e e 1i tyour Bightetoba he nre dMCd i-
WWt you ealfor. Fargo. S D., Oct. S2.-WeUud Stamsi
s YO- U a s=W Da by DisS FaeritP-- Sefaut Martin N. lJohas, pr-W
sa eapecsli tto prove at3e-aL It can, of this state, de. det a"a hemS
t ad at P, beaten t. Is oy adIs for womaP's peka t all oan attack of eacte anepbrltis at M
gther with a paddle ,winl ma "1- t = It- mWeawk women stone sad lbo&e in this iaty.
eer sa ndihir etr e24-1risa tgar- simeldf lk dr p slik
se t t salk. lb sterlie curative virtues sti u tl EXPLOSION IN OKLAOMA
90 YOU KNOW, that "I additlom itU pouitisa In the front ranks, whore -
to this domadvastage, that lead and stood over two decades ag&As an ir- Ten Me. Kia A- Ohse11
0055O Inmo Ie slaiSn t I VId Injured in a Cadl Min
par a 76W=ne dep

N4Little Ur PWPil, although th e firt one is InIslma as a reHat of ea a-
pill of their kindi n the market still Had, plosolo In mine No. Is, *t the Reek
Sand whem ouce tried are ever afterwaM s Island IMinin company yeterby.
Is favow. 1s1y toYtake as caNdy-mIe Nine bodies were recovered.
theea dais Mubhhlb" MW The men are believed to have wne
beyond a "dead line," with ir h


lamps lan etserng twe tmal thebt-o
Sr a PFISH AND OYSTERS Iglnilting the escaptoi s. P

t Presh salt and fresh waterr fsh, In- NEW SPANISH MAWTIK.
I side anl outside oysters, .shrimp, etc., -
received every day. Temporary 1o- Premier .and M ster of the inter-
r cation south of west end of the citylor-Moret Y. Pre-ergast.
Ties above arm t 4 N market building In small wooden Minister of lPreign AMirs-,aPeta
Why should try 24-1. YOU buedlaJ Willifam Tucker, Phone 21. Caballero,
VOW ay ood reuon why you Minister of IFlance-4sea Atar-
taboud ot? STENOGRAPHIC WORK ado.
Fw sale by the Mar Hardware AND TYPEWRITING Minister of War-leueteeat Qe.-
Conupay, Ocla, Fla. --- eral De Luque.
Beginning Monday. October 18th, I Minister of Marine-Rear Admiral
AN OLD MISSION can be found during business hours Concas. "
--- In the law IAbrary In the Merchants' Minisalter of Public Weo k'Vemor
CaWRfem s full of things to inter- block, prepared to do all manner of Gasset.
est the traveler, but nothing surpass- stenographlc work and typewriting. Minister of Justice-Martines Del
ea the old iMidoas which are so Mary L. .Boige. Campo.
numerous a tlht state. Thesq mis-
slsa., which were founded over a If people with symptoms .u kiney
etury age by the mFr sc maonke, dA or bladder trouble realize tfir da*
arte early all In rulas,but a few still I ger they would without less of ttme
r..remalnini r ir.epr and still n use. 1A commence taking Foley's Miney
a. omant-i t these o.- I- tals s t Ibl Remnedy. This great remedy tope
Ate i at tan ar. -the pain and the Iregularltes,
.Th. a s htd and. twen- ,W m i h k trerlk( as and buile up these or
S v years old, and is still .pre- gan and there is no da,1=er
tfeattey.In Itsa original B u h s Bright' dsleaseor other serlows
i-ter a et I oby k of .c4/tare ~2 order. Do not disregard* the early
S4 earse .dttk robe, and .. symptoms. Seld by all druggists,
SI- I ias- .
Tad vaa hardly reallwso. that the REGI$TRA1ION. NOTICE DECORATIVE ART
eem island s the anted states. so ---
stragi the w.ndlfs seem. The registration books of the city Fbr high grade work of all kinds
Aftr'hbaving registered In the plain, of Ocala are Dow open at the city of painting, paperhang g sam dee-
,almore bare reception hall the vial- clerk's office.. All parties desiring to orating, at the highest price (no
teo are escorted through rooms of register ,will do so before the second cheap John work) with a full and ef-
m ld and queer relics of the days ofSatutirday In November. as the books ficent corps of deceiates, eall at Me-
the early monks. Beds of rawhide will close on that date. leer & MacKay's.
Illustrate the severe and comfortless H. C. Sistrunk,
"lWe they led; and, judging from ap- Clerk and Supervisor of Re istratlon HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
peomusa the llve f he present of the City of Ocala.
a* w 4 mpch. arshr for For sale, cnea for cask. the blank
St." ~~-talds ar plain WHY 80 WEAK? mare formerly .owned Maor Ier.
S simple to the olntof bareness. slx-months old colt and robber-tired
I m TIvtb No, Its, e4and -wo Kidey Treubles May Sapping buggy. Write to or call onm C. I An-
Sp t t yof oer LifeA -O People derson, care Ocafk Lumber & Suply
..kept, In-1ts eave Learned TWiT,aot Company.
i" o When a healthy man or- woman be- '
Shr fo mt e by gins to run down without apparent You need not be troubled I a
-thM e it doors es thofth e ttle cem- t cause, becomes weak, languid,- de- way with the stomach, If you wit
Sute which too as ofte littl cnvert- pressed, suffers backache, headache, simply take Kodol at those times

S t which tusa No m snd onvert- diry' spells and urinary disorders, when you feel that you need It. Kaeod
01]" la their graves. a lac k of kidney wekness may be the cause Is guaranteed to relieve you. If It
paeb arkse the to be b, lack osideoff It all. Keep the kidneys well and falls your money will be refnded to
Sby wrapped in their bauetd s. In they will keep you welL Doan's Kid- ;ou by the druggist from'whba you
t o ory are also there vaults of n ey Pills cure sick kidneys and keep purchased It. Try it today on this
thi ry m e, asad many uons oI- them wel.L Can Ocala readers de- guarantee. Sold by all druggists.
pobt e Ri mss areld i bong t mand further proof than the follow-
Spobl es are I bed on their Ing statement . L Moore. River KNIORm 4 O PhlTAS
a the Inspection, and the "1 used Dean's Kidney Pills and canevery Mea.
_heSis ettie -ddthe street, Palatka, Fla. say: Conventins held every Ala-
Sv s ushered out by the cour- say they proved very benePills and Myday evening In Castle Hall.
S thaus for the unsolicited fees hekidneys troubled me tor years and I over Petser's tte. A eordl g
ha rafred. Henriett a sk. wasforced to arise from six to eight wel tO v a ke. C.
* a raised. Hertett 8 times every night on account of the N dy .
Si too frequent passages of kidney ChBa. LK age, K. of ILt R.
SOUTH LAKE W B secretions. My back was weak
An IStfet daughter of Mr. and and lame and it was difficult for me . .
Mrs. Jor TWibur which died at to arise from a chair, in fact, I often Tuh Lode. .
Lady Lake, was brought here for had to grasp something for support L 0. r. M e
burial In Foret Hills Cemetery the In doing so. I doctored for several ery Tuesday evenlag
pt Week, a was laid beside the years and used a number of remedies, in Tonge's HaB. VIsiting brothers al
SsB- of its grIadmother, Mrs. but without fnading any relief until I ways welcome.
Jea WUbr., Sr. procured Doan's Kidney Pits. Since aW T. If CoAt, %N .,
I Organ e I r hMave bees troagly using them I do not have to pass the M. M. uwttle, fccretj.
aovUMae thi week. Mr. Morrs, kidney secretions at night and my
Stpatngmtf 8. A. Towaead oat back gives me much less trouble. I
,I PS.ak; Mr. A. o. Nye of St. am well pleased with the results I OGCLA GIdN
S *1ivM-; Mr. r I Peter, of obtained from the use of Doan's Kid- g, N6
t -ibur. and Dr. Spooner, of East- ney Pills and I can recommend them
labe,.wbo buy ea their own account, to any person suffering from kidney ,. B 0. .
and Mr. Saabo., who buys for Bo- trouble" -
te -artes. FPr sale by all dealers. Price 60 Meets second Tuesday
*.r: Aadr- W o onese lived here cents. Poster-Milburn Co, Buffalo. evening in each moath
Nao was WnesWIt of a phosphate New York. sole agents for the United until Oetober. Visit-
eompsny, but who is now la real ew- States_ Ing brethren always weleoase.
taft bqiMIs IS Tampa, was in Remember the name-Doan's-and Bradford Webb., Ealted Ruler.
town ea Tuesday for the first timb take no other. Stephen Jewett. Secretary.
Sn, a number of years. He finds
Many clauages but was able to recog- OCAA A m
aim some oNd ftwmq.u a&Ns.0N.U14F.
Mr. A. D. W1ams 114 O- n
trawolag treight anget of the 8. A.
L. y., with hia wife eame In o Meets every Wed-
Tuedaly ad tarried for the night at mnesday evestg at
the Pleasat HIlls House. 8:15 o'clock. Visiting brethren always
Mr. Wi. Seabors and Mr. C. C. welcome. P. W. Ditto. President.
**Pagate, of Bastes, are guests at
the Pleasat Hill House. Mr. Ba y F'. U. OC A.
er. u, t was nrpron g The Fraternal Union Ot Amra
nbast Mr. Upham as an old ac1 meets t Tonge's Hall the seeo4
ini ad old "towey". In Mel- Thursday of each menth.
rem,. Mass., many years ago. Mr. n. 3. Yaue, P. E.
Sen.rh n as bught the fe oange C. K. asse, Secretary.
Op oa Mrs. W. A. ickear and will ,


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-P A I? 0 meet Wednesday evening .

f-' Um f 'iew Suai M at iMu.a & Cam'.
d .* !.a s p-.c"S. gaet.e, at Ffsher.

Ho s Ms. Iila Sa sisk I voting ber
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i t m ten and Joe Lurius. of the Belleview section.
SI wa, n te city today.
'.. -Halowesn peat card at Weihe. the
51Jewelers
F. It fftteway the tuspentine oper-
.atr-'.. -|Hoa sa, was here today.

l T^'' r I A\VV(I;IThose wedding prMsent at Weihe.
S ..." T te Jeweler

l i is omi It B B. & 3lch, a member of the coun-
iknX a a ty school board, wa In town today.
b Thos" la06asTwldles! gold cuff buttons are
i 'l ,"" "riJght up to.now at Weihe the Jeweler's.
.'-, .- Mr. Hugh Nichols of Wildwnod was
Aank an our streets today.
%' h* Cblldreirs ready-made dresses, all
bizes, at Flsber*.
^^:B 'E"' 3&'- Justlee Gober of Dunnellon was a
7 --visitr to tbh city today.
Sl n Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-

ApMI A D YA! t C wardO, next to market bung
_. ... Boy.s s._ chool suA ,and pants at
gpg gm hgwv 100, L rhel's.
iWn e$. W le 'd I Wwemea n aw Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Brooks of
S. : ber were In the city today.
AL.
..{ . _'.. ". WA TED--Good, steady competent
SM OORRHEAD. MQ RG cook. Apply at 75 8outh Third street
..."U.," i .. Messrs. W. IH. MRalney of Wild-
SYi Wrood. was a .visitor to the city today.
P "-#- .. .1; st-.. qureof tr. Waiter Hooda.
FOR RENT-House on South Third
'' street Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.
H^WE^L HOTEL '
/ *.- < *'MTe Ocala House had 45 arrivals
||M~iS ilt night and yesterday.
: .^ Those ladles' gold cuff buttons are
a n-ari Pla rnclgftt up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.
Mr. Edward Fitzgerald of Jackson-
Red rt d 1 up Rathekalo vile, Is a guest of the Ocala House.
aid Oa NCaleb sset~.- Tos edn rset tWi


,* T**oae Wedding presents at Welhp.
the Jeweler's.
4.jr l 4
*y' Mr. M. I. BRaum of Orystal River.
waq a guest of the Montezuma last

', Pennxylanla -lrit and other leading
newspapers and magazines at Bal-
l hard's news stand.
'.,:A :'Mr. A M. Igou-and SO -of Eustil'
S, are guests of the Qoala l'Hose this
afternoon.


SPalmer's Garland Cold Creasm In 25c.
and 50. Jars at the Postofflce Drug-
store,
I
Mr. J. W. Crosby, who hna s been III
fr ten days. was out yesterday aft-
ernoon for the flst time.
Sterling. 8Siver and cut glass' for
wedding presents!t at Weihe, theb.
Jeweler's,


Mr. 1. M. Clark of Gaineswllle and
CoL T. P. Lloyd of Inverness, were at
the Montezuma last -night.
If'$You want a good lead pencil buy
one of Georlg's Besi. tSe. at the Post'-
office Drugstore.
tesa,. H. -4. Petteway of Homo-.
sassa and George .Ptteway nf LeUoy.
are In-the city today.
Use Palmer's Lotion after 'having.
SWc. and $1 bottles at the Postotflce
Drugstore.
Miss Florence Walters went down
to Coleman this afternoon to spend 10
days visitiUng relatives.


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NASLiE PRICS., one of (lerlg's Best. Sec. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
IODrK OPAl I d A *'] Dr. Willlamt, the watermelon Ian7
01UW9 i IAU fIJI | cantaloupe man of Santos. was in the
, city today. -
S '' : I Sterling Silver and cut' glas s .er
wedding presentsat at Welbe, the.
-Jeweler's.

">: i t i "B. J. Boyd. the Atlanta real estate
t er man. who spent some time In Jack-
Ssonvlle. has returned to Ocala.
/ .. Hgleproot Hnoe for ladles, gmaran-
S", I "teed for six months without hole, at
\ R. J. Knight. the Tam. Bay or-
RIt. J. Knight, the Tampa nfay or-


-[jB r ;. ., angel grower, was among mte vistors
:_ A x In town today.
SB uy 'Ihe B e tin? e Silver and cut glass for
.-#M e- e-.:- p.e.entsat"at Weihe,,the

'a k" -" ,n ^ I The northbhound S. A. L. train to-
1M die w IlW of. in a tshot timna. day engaged 34 dthiners at the rail-
-. .. *" "road restaurant
|kL h-aa aha arida ar- r-.*h *-B^ *
I, swim i lbs e r Speg wai g a-
Oa o a H -4'' -' 1 of I v you want a rood len pencil buy
S W^i swing onfin r- o of Geri's Best Sc. at the. Post-
ri^ JI sbfe tfe SuGiem' stanarf.L ThatM is office Drugstore.
3iW "b'N byI e W r "w- Dr. WillIam Anderson who is spend-
.u M Uae They are mnew beini Ing the week at Crystal River. fish-
Ing, Is having excellent luck.
Iplil l bel, otoa. ef ih b ma eawr aa l.rgr'I It WodwerhoM for children, guaranteed
-^6 Ok 26 in to wear thr@eemonths without holes.
.z nt,.*a mi. at Unahal'.


NOW WRANr POR

We wm to aundin the --e
that we arenwewoodyt a de a Sgi-dm
livery bsmem a" te ca re eCla
the trade ia UMm M'-- t 40
We have. fr '-sm k n .4
horses and have dar6 6s.. bu-amL.
but were aot I a positima to as for
trade, as OW tor e esm Oar .*idow
livery business were TVery JSeId We
have now pt In a fto equmnat at
Jlret-jqsa. h16 1 weOr big bers and
stalls Ihave 29 beenI --,P I oedlj are-
edams shame fr their w U-as
and we now offer the pulie the ir-
vices of a livery bIsisme that i saee-
ond to none ti the state. W*e have
competent drivers who know the
country ad will give your ltaere
our beat care and attention.
Reapetfully. Tompkins &f CoW.
Phone, 117. Urerymm Ocala, Fr.
NEW CANE SVHUP
A very fine article of new sqgar
cane syrup can be had at Martin A
-am's grocery.
SMALL HOME, EASY PAYMENTS
A mall home la the city, wel locat-
ed. new house, easy tenrms. P. W.
Ditto.


FORBAIR
Three mules-and one horse. Ap-
ply to Sam. H. Martin at Martis A
Cara's. In

BIRD DOGS FOR SALE
Young pointer pups for sale. Apply
to Dr. H. C. Mills, Ollawaha avenue.
TAL14W T9BB9
I have heard so much lately about
so many people wastg seeod of the
talow tree. and I have quite a large
tree oa my place and have new
about half a bushel of ripe sueds
gathered. Can you give me any In-
formation about them? Do you
know how they sell?
W.- H. Jones.
Oxford, 7la., Oct. 20.
We print thisja letter so that any
one having Information on this sub-
ject can give It through the Star-
Editor.

READ THIS:
Dunnellon, Fa, Sept. 1st, 109.-I
have sold Hairs 'xas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo, for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it. It I
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmaeht
Merchant. O60 day's treatment In each
bottle.

STRAEDO
One bay mare aoW. one yearald;
mane and tall black, white spot I
face and right hiaitobt .white roam
hboof to finrAJo0 J6 a rad w be
paidU for in faitl6W.'--d to,;her
recovery. W. M. Mickens.
4t Fl. oB Fla.
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PHOTOGRAPHS WANTED
Any person who hqq specWafly
good photo of a lock qf chickens. l n
mali or farm *rops 1 *requested to
send same at once to the office of k
T. Sistrunk, Ocala, for use In Illus-
trating a .ooklet descriptive of Mar-
Ion county 'which will soon be Issued
by the county commissioners. Any
good agricultural scene will be con-
sidered. Prompt action Is requested..
Mr. F. 0. FPtz) Oneenta. N. T,
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefited by taking FPoley's Orno
Laxative, and I think it Is the best
remedy for constipatioa and tlver
trouble." Foley's Oeno Laxative ti
mild; pleasant and effective.'and cures
habitual constipation, Iod by all
druggists.


HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. E. Handley heo m ne eof the
meat convenient and best built heuwie
lags lot and all eanvsn l sa In the
hous lasted in third wardu aea hg
school building, fr rent er sal. Ap-
ply to David S. Woodrew, Helder
Sleek, Ocala, Fla.
HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stable.
YOUNG MEN WANTED
Government* Pays frem 0" af % 119
Year, No HLay-Olas--Fee
Schelarsbhips ar Ofered
Railway mall clerks, poetoflce
clerks, city carriers, rural mall car-
riers wanted.
Examinations li the vicinity of
Ocala soon, Short hours, salary twice
monthly, annual vacation and life po-
aitlon.
Thousands of appointments are to
be made. Common educatlUon Is all
you need; city and country people
have equal chance and political In-
fluence Is unnecessary. Free scholar-
ships during October and November.
No time to lose. Write to Central
Schools. Dept. 106. Rochester, N' Y.
NOTICE FOR RENTING
STALLS AT THE CITY MARKET


Notice to hereby given that by vir-
tue of the authority vested In me by
resolution .of the city council. I will
by public outcry on the first day -of
November, 109. at 1 o'clock a. m.
AT THE CITY MARKET, rent the
stalls of the market to the highest and
best bidder.
No one will be allowed to sen-meats
outside the city market after Decem-
ber 1st. 19"9. H. C. Sistruakl
Clerk City of Ocala.
FOR SALE CHEAP
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00 YOU WANT A HOOI ?
If you want a cottage hmi Is Oaf
on easy payments, consdt Phmak DIO.
He has a plan that will mt tail to Is-
terest you.
FURNISHED i 'TTAE,
AT LAKE W33

small cottage on east adiS a LaAS
Weir. Apply at Iar 0a1.l "
Plenty ot fresh oysters at W. P, 0-
wards', next to market bdli.
Those ladles' goldO Wuf Iuwtsnme
right up to now at Weihe the jwrelwi%,

Fall colds are quidcy aredm by W-
Wy's Honey and Tar, l great *a*at
and lung remedy. The genuim ease-
tanlus no harmful drug. Said by all
druggists .
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IPOR RENT-A'fire-ro m bo In
thind ward. well located. $19 npr month.
Apply to H. P. BItting at Tydtgs Jk
Co's. store.

SEED OATO FOR SALE
Marion county grown mp ilgms d
Burt or WO-day oats. I. C. Chamble.
Phone us for you preecrlptlms. eV
call and deliver them. The Cert
Pharmacy.
There Is no amIn law gaaust au
bhuntg ftor PLAN'S CeLM
meI. Irk uAmteed 40 a
Iadal**Aws aid f- ?r. PPtgsW*- id'
per Bottle. Ask yor eaer:u' ar
probably know.
WAT|-Xe ato.- Ar. babe
trade. Few weeks eojiletei-mL Pctieaf
experience from sbr "" is'
structowm. tb"ls. v. Dlpomas ga*.
ed. Wages Saturdas, podUs wait.
Ing. Wonderful demand for gtrad-
uates. Write for eatalogue. Mal,
Barber College, New Orlemas, La.
0 OYTE1RS-OYSTERS

The 0k -Cafe win bei serving eq-
ster on Saturday.
Those weddl4 preds al Wdbe'
the jewelers,. ,
VOTND-a.'large e)4jSelass Ok.--
lawaha avenue tot ovifi* Is2.t.
of Mr. ., P. ent's esi. e. O n
can have.same by ppSna N ,..
vertlbelut. and a moIall rward
the colored boy who fond It.

/ CORD WOOD FOR i ALE -
I wiln el 40 to No cords of het
quality wood at Moitae iatita or
$1.6 a cord at dei -. Addrea C. K I
Foglestromn, Montague. Fig. .
* FOR RUNT-furlbhd 00 room; ev- 4
erythlng new and conv, ; bath
on same floor. Mrs. C, P. eX ,
Wistrila building. 1 North 6cem
street, west. 12-M, -.
FOR RENT-Barn and stals. a
block north of hosptaL Apply to J.
H. Brooks, No. 1is North Bsaeemd-1
stIeet. OOcal. F.L- I
The blast bee awrndke d Ow

i etsey at t Oai NemO .
COOK WANTED
cook wanted for retamuant. Apply I
at Elk Cafe. *
Hallowe'en post cards at WeUh, the
Jeweler's. |


Wanted-At onre, ma withk edo
loggi= g team to haul timber'fr n.
Write or eal,. Hilton l Imber C..
Bellevlew, Fla. 2t-v
We have a few boxes eteepws-
ally fine written paper. Drop 1i ai
take a look at them.L Timhe Pt"
Drugnstore.
FOR SALE-Fay-Shole- typewriter
In good conditlo. Ham oly eom
ued a short time. WIU sel for $6,
cah. Address Box 211, Osat. St



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atof his plans was a blow to him,- but
this time the pricking of the bubble of
his oplm-mwnk which had soared so
high, instead of plunging ilm Immedi-
ately lanto the gloomiest despondency,
found its contrast In bitter resentment
agalst both his wife and Smith.
He cursed Smith for a fool and a
I blunderer. At least he did not believe
the accusations he had hurled at him
I. his rage and disappointment He
had never considered him In any other


light than that of a good naturd, old
woman fMend at the family, who
did anything for anybody and with
whom anybody could take liberties.
He could see nothing la him calculated
to Inspire any woman with more than
ordiary lking and Indulgent tolera-
tiOe, not to speak of Emma, and he
never had had the slightest scruple In
leaving them together.
Her reception of his overtures had
practically dispelled' the glamour of
rumam In which he had clothed lwr
ti h vis v fbut he resolved to make
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JOaN W. BARDING

C ag .a938.aarcbmfilmaosca
eep aSH, 5S..~W.in ...
"OeA, y'a haW e" eered B k
"Why deot you want s to make up?
Do you think I doqt know? Do you
think I bavent see that you've been
jeaous of me ever since lmma turned
you down? Do eyoa"-
"J*er^
Smith as rose and fbeed Uh, very
white, a Mthe knass.i gone from
his vbg..
"Do you think I don't know why
you've been moping armond her
Skirts Installing yourself one at
the fmily In my home? r mnot bind
when it doesn't suit me to be, and
I'e had enough of being foaled and
walked all over by everybody who
wrted to wipe their feet m me.."
"Joe, my boy, you den't know what
yMO reOying. and you'll be sorry
when you cool down."
"orry nothing!" Brooke ehouted, be-
ie hidadsi with flry. "You make
me iek with your slow talk and oUy
ways! What do you thak I am?
T6ou give "me that address this min-
te or by beek rIb hack It out of your
carcas a"
Brooks picked up a JaekkWfe which
at thq time of his arrival Smith had
been using to cut the leaves of a
book and rhsd at him.
JIly' sbig hands descended on both
his aailant's wrists. Brooks was
strong, but he strained In vain In the
grap of rEs His right arm dIowly
weakened ead twisted gradually until
the fingers opened and with a groan of
pain he dropped the blade. Smith con-
tinued to twist until be had wrong all
the fight out of him and be had him
limp and helplem. Then he let him
go and picked up the knife.
"You'd better leave weapons out of
your agments, Brooksor you'll sure
be hurting somebody one of these
days," he reommmeded. "It's danger-
ou-dangerous to yourself as well."
Brooks, sullen and panting, dropped
Into a chair, tears of humiliation and
based rage hovering tremlously in
his eye. *
"It was your fault-you drove me to
It," he declared.
"It's a mighty bad thing, as a gen-
Soral rule, to let your Ill humor get
away with your nerves," chided Smith.
S"You have acted tonight like a petu-
lant kid, Instead of like a man 'vre
tried to help. You've put yourself out
of court, and rm through trying to do
anything for you."
"And I'm through asking you to do
anything for me," Brooks retorted.
jumping up and clapping his hat on
hi head. "I don't want any more
favors of the kind you've been band-
tag out so smugly. I know what rI'e
said tonight, and it doesn't carry any
apology with It either. You can all
go plumb to Podunk, every one of you
--you, my loving wife and the old wo-
man. rm through with the whole
crowd for good and al"
He rushed out, bounded down the
stair, and the front door slammed
violently.
Smith lighted a cigar, solace and
seaative of the wrought up man, sad
auudnatd sadly for awhile. He
thought of Emma, of the worthless
hunand to whom she was tied and
of the flse position all round in which
he found himself as the result of his
peacemaking e o e
Ai, God, bow he loved her!
With a weary sigh he fetched out
plan and figures and began to work.
It was hed to concentrate his mnd,
but application at length subdued the
turmol oft hi thoughts, and work. that
"pledge of cheerful days and nights
without a groan," his unfailing nar-
eotic for the perturbation of his spirit.
absorbed him until tired nature com-
ing to Its support did the rest.
While Jmsy Smith worked that be
might forget, Brooks, the heat of his
waer cooled, sat down tIn his lonely
room to consider the unexpected
change tn the situation. The failure


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SWEPT OVER NIAGARA
This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's warnings-growing
ripples and faster current. Nature's
warnings are kind. The dull paln or
ache In the back warns you the ild-
neys need attention if you would es-
cape fatal maladies-dropsy, diabetes
or Brights disease. Take Electric
Bitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelings return. "Af-
ter long-suffering from weak kidneys
and lame back, one $1 bottle wholly
cured me." writes J. R. Blankenship,
of Belk. Tenn. Only 50c. a bottle at ail
druggists.
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voe ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
Lame back comes on suddenly and
Is extremely painful. It Is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick
relief is afforded by applying Cham-
berlail's Liniment.


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Bly ke Frtm ed Wagm

They say, but If you will examine
carefully the Ice which melts so rap-
Ily you will ote that there- seeins to
be holes In It, that the center is what
Is called "snow ice," which, being por-
ous, allows It to melt quickly.
SCrystal Ice"
The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as It is possible to make
Ice, and Is the most economical lee
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


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SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepates to tai sy Job at
painting, no matb bow lsage r how
Small, or how f AN the wo desie
ma be. I have the ma tdial, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do ni
right. Houses pamted side msad ot
Grainings, gildng. hard o. ftishig.
varnishing and letterinag sad Sga
paintingm Taste and ski guarated.
Address P. 0. Box 15. or leave weed
at the Star lOee. K. W. PFlyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tf
UP BEFORE THE BAR
N. H. Brown, an attorney, o Pitts-
Meld. Va., writes: "We have use Dr.
King's New lte Pills for years ad
find them such good family mealiee
We wouldn't be without them." -Fr
chills, constipation, biliousness or
sick headache they work wonders, .2,
at all druggists.
BULEVIW W. C. . .
The Belleview W. C. T. U. held Uts
regular monthly meeting at the rei-
dence of Mrs. Weihe Tuesday after-
noon. Nineteen ladles were pre-
ent. For the first time In a long
while not a member was absent.
One new name was enrolled. We
were glad to have with us several
visitors, among whom was lio
White, of New York.
We are on the up-grade. Last
month's meeting was well attended
and intensely interesting. Mrs.
Weihe, the newly appointed super-
intendent of Medical Temperance,
proved herself worthy of the ocea-
slon, and the way she waded anto
the subject was a caution. As she
explained the worthle ess or
harmfulness of various patent med-
ieines much mirth was caused by
the confeslon atf some of our good
women that they had takms a few
doses of it, etc.. With Mrs. Wefie
to warn and Instruct perhaps t'll
not be so easily duped In the fu-
ture.
Much of our success as a society
is due to the Indefatigable etorts of
our president, Mrs. Washburs, who,
though now a resident of Oeala, con-
tinum to preside over us. The klag
ride which she takes to be with us
is an inspiration to our women to
attend, even though it is not always
convenient to do so. This time with
high fever, scarcely able to hold her
head up and lying em a couch te
greater part of the Utime, still con-
ducted the business meeting, after
which, this being a mothers' meet-
Ing, Mrs. W. R. Bryant, superinten-
dent, took charge. Dear old Ms.
Ashworth, who seems to bring
Heaven very near when she talks to,
God, offered a Special prayer for
mothers. Her presence with us is
always a benediction.
Interesting papers were rd Iby
Medame 0. M. Gale, a. Weihe,
Geo. Proctor and A. I. Nott.
It made our hearts glad to pin
the white ribbon on a mother of
five boys. May not that mesa ive
votes for prohibition In a few more
years? A man can only cast one
vote, but a mother can cast as many
as she has sons to inluemwo. May
the seed sown in the hearts of our
mothers yield an abundant hirvest
which will redound to the everlast-
ing good of the Belleview boys and
girls.
Just a word about these boys and
girls: They have a fine Loyal Tem-
perance Legion, conducted by Mrs.
J. J. Thompson, are much enthused
with their work. and have thus far,
so we have been informed, contrib-
uted more to the temperance cause
than any other L. T. L. aI the state.
Not bankrupt yet. either, as they
have several dollar still in their
treasury.
May not some of these dear chil-
dren set the pace for parents to fol-
low? for they are not all the ehil-
*dren of those who advocate time
Cause of temperance.
I Mrrs. J. N. Shedd was elected del-
egate to the annual convention
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