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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03305
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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"Your mn has consumption. His
eae is hpeletea." These appaing
words were spoken to Geo. Bler*-
em, a leading merchant of Spring-
field C., by two expert doctora-
ee a ung specialist. Then was
shows the wonderful power of Dr.
KilJt New Diseovery. "After three
weeks em." wries Mr. Blevens, "he
was a well as ever. I would not

all the money 16 the world for
t It did for my boy." Infallible for
ha and colds, its the safest, sur-
cure of desperate lung diseases on
ht. eec and $1 at all druggists.
rates satisfaction. TrIl bottle


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SJ 0V 3 Ot. 2L-Appft-l4tth
gfi elag aeesoa oat the white fly
iW the LitWs (ruit treef in Flerlda.
**taast Riddle of the Atlantic
it,1h+as slasswd ordrs to all
siwm" llmm In the state ;hat the
Streets alo-g the right of
l f the line ha be eat down. It
Iso mceded by the government
gIew that the eMCabrry tree haa
lm he m .edipg place of the white
Iaeatn sad the act of the Atlantic
IdL Lie shows that the rallrtad is
wdMeawake to the Importance of co:-
perateO with the farmers and ex-
erts already In the field in the work
Of eoxtermfaatlag the pest, which has
been so.destructhle of citrus fruits. -
ta addMuen .to Issuing the order to
&Wlmlnate the chinaberry tree. the
Celt LiNe has appointed a special
agent, Mr. Robert Taylor. whose whole
wes shall be to study the situation
a-- Make recommendations as to toe
best mode of~ ftbtlng .he white fly.
And It is not improbable that the ran-
|ad officials will appropriate money
to cay oueat his plans to completion.
Mr,. Taylor has already signified his
V1iltagwes to accept the position and
Is thoroughly competent to take up the
laportant work, as he has had much
r'zperlce In fighting against the
white -or plague.
Besides the work that has been in-
atgurated by the Coast Line. the
government already has men in the
field, who are doing everything In
their'power to destroy the eggs. The
red fungus, which ha*, been proven
beevotent agent in fighting the pest.
has.been Intoduced at several places
and is proving satisfactory, although
the Iarm territory covered by the
white fly keeps the red fungus from
being entirely successful.


Louis Boon. a leading merchant, of
Norway, Mich., writes: "Three bottles
-t eM eys Honey an# Tar absolutely
curd my boy'W a severe cough, and
Saebsbor' boy, who was so Ill with
IL.eW tt the doctors gave him up,
was ered by taking Foley's Honey
qad Tar." Nothing else Is as safe
and certaIn of results. Sold by all


Florida Railroad Gommisioen Has
TaMkled the Oetopue in Its Den
Loudistile, I[y.. Oct. 23.-A bearing
is being held In this city in the pro-
eoedings of the Florida RIailroad Com-
mission against 'the Louisville and
Nashbvlle to show cause why a three-
cent rate should not be manutainsed In
Plorida. Previous hearings have been
held In Florida and the last was ter-
minated sud"Ily when Mr. Parnum,
an expert-witness, fainted In the wit-
neas chair.
A mass of testimony has been taken
which be reviewed by Judge
SheppatI tin passing on the question
ae dissolving the injunction. It is ex-
pelted much more testimony will be
taken at botuleville. as the cross-
etamlnatlon of Mr. Farnum is yet to
be completed, and the railroad will put
several. witnesses on the stand.


Any person who has a specially
good photo of a flock of chickens, ani-
mals or farm crops Is requested to
send same at once to the office of S.
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


Kidney Troubles May be Sapping
Your Life Away-Ocala People
Have Learned This Fact
V '.en a healthy man or woman be-
gins to run down without apparent
cause, becomes weak. languid. de-
pressed, suffers backache. headache,
dizzy spells and urinary disorders,
kidney weakness may be the cause
of It all. Keep the kidneys well and
they will keep you well. Doan's Kid-
ney Pills cure sick kidneys and keep
them well. Can Ocala readers de-
mand further proof than the follow-
ing statement. E. I. Moore. River
street. Palatka. Fla.. says:
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and can
say they proved very beneficial. My
kidneys troubled me for years and I
was' forced to aril from six to eight
time every night on account of the
too Trequent passages of kidney
secretions. My back waa weak
and lame and it was difficult for me
to arise from a chair& in fact. I often
had to grasp somethi .g for support
In doing so. I doctored for several
years and used a number of remedies.
but without finding any relief until I
procured Dean's Kidney Pillr. Sine
using them I do not have to pass the
kidney secretions at night and my
back gives me much trouble. I
am well pleased with the results 1
obtained from the use of Doan's Kid-
ney Pills and I can recommend them
to any person suffering from kidnliy

SFor sale by all d.alers. Price, 50
Omaha, Oct. 23.-The annual con- cents. Poster-Milburn Co uttalo.
ventlou of the Woman's Christian New York, sole agents for the United
TempeUance Union opened with a States..

large attendance. President Lillian
M. Stevens. In h'.r annual address.
featured her report with 'a note of
eongratalation to President Taft for
his stand e the temperance question.
She said:
"Fop Sr. Taft to set an example of
ablltinence s a cause for great re-
Jolefig by those who care for human-
Ry~ weal. It is an example safe and
be tflcial for al to follow. President
Taft is entitled to the grateful thanks
and appreeation of a thrice grateful

S clear LMad. a stotAt tearn and
me- al.- DeWtt's Uttle Early
M gentle, safe easy, pleasant IUt-
Svpills. DeWltt's Carbollsed Witch
easd Salve is unequalled for any-
Ia-C where salve is needed, and *s
e ne y good or piles. Sold by all


IA. Th'"Nd apse"aP""iceGuard the
* I w i -tusonhsh Way Back

Remember the name--Doan's-and
take no other.

We take this method of thanking
the pubile through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage
that has been extended us through
the past season In our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are Just In receipt of letters giving
as a slight inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will te so question in the fu-
ture that we wm be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
we have the assurance that If we
should need 100 cars we can deliver -
the same. Our models. 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be Increased 20 per cent-
We will also have a model known
as No. 18, practically the same as
our No. 17. only slightly a smaller
.. a.nd MI4s ..a.f1 . luAaA


Big White Brute, Just Back from
Europe, is Confident he Can Whip
the Big Black Brute

New York, Oct. 22.-James J. Jef-
fries arrived here yesterday by boat
from Southampton. He said he was
ready to fight Jack Johnson at once
and that he is perfectly confident that
he will put the big negro out. "
In the quiet environs of Carlsbad
and unobserved by visitors, Jeffries
trained vigorously to get himself into
shape for the coming contest for
physical supremacy with the big ne-
gro who has wrested the champion-
ship of the world from a set of sec-
ond rate pugilists. It appears that
Jeffries has been consistently active
in his training, intentionally keeping
from his friends on this side of the
big pond what he was doing.
The big fellow appears to be as
hard as nails and without superfluous
flesh. ;-
"*The baths at Carlsbad are great.
They did me a world of good," be said.
"I am in shape right now to whip


San Francisco, Cal.., Oct. 23.-The
heavyweight prize fighter, Jack John-
son. will appear in the police court for
auto speeding. He exceeded the speed
limits while out riding yesterday. The
authorities are angry and pnay im-
pose a jail sentence Instead of a fine.
thus delaying his departure for the


Ground Arund Vem V ms is
and a City in Far Asia O4M"'

Romeo- Italy. Oct. n-Btt-
shocks are being felt In the ilMl
hood of Mount Etas and all) cl-*
cation has been cut off.
In the Gulf of Catania rqigs to
damage is unknown, but a vlaeM a
the slope of Mount Baa is known to
have been destroyed. -
Vesmaus is VOWmt
Naples, Oct. 2S2.-Icreased Wsies
is evident 'on Mount Vesuyvl-. h
earthquakes are eoutbmlma -- he
volcano Is throwing up g Ieat gew-.
titles of rock accompealed by lo d ie
plosion. .
Bad Lck fuar ,Wi .
Simia. British India, Oct. L -
Twenty-lve 4retons were URed '--
more than a score sevrerly hat r.w
earthquake shocks at. Bellsla,s ail
town on the Quetta rairoad, OCetral
The railway station and a mniber
of residences were shaken dowu by
the shocks, which were ry seveW .
The falling walls buried &. number of
the victims,

Coughs and Cotds.-At this as
son when coughs are so prevalent,
an effectual remedy, and oe easily
obtained, is Perry Davis' .Palmktfer.
It is no aew nostrum, vended by up-
known agents, but has stool the test
of over seventy years; sad those
who use the article, internally or
externally, will connect with it
grateful recollections of its worthy
inventor. 5

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by local appcations, as they cannot
Weseh the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
es, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Ianamed condition of the mucuos liu-
Ing Of the Eustachian Tube. Whon
the tube is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound of Imperfect hearing,
and when it Is entirely closed, deaf-
nees Is the result, and unless the in-
flamnation 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, which is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's fatarrh Cure. Se-nd for cir-
culars free. V. J. Cheney & Co., To-
ledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists. 75e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-


Cambridge Springs, Pa., Badly Injured
by a Cyclone
Cambridge Springs, Pa.. Oct. 23.-
1. orkmen are pushing repairs on the
city pumping plant destroyed by a
cyclone last night and every effort Is
being made to present a water famine.
Gangs of men are busy clearing the
streets in order to allow a resumption
of traffic. The terrific wind unroofed
several houses and wrecked all the tel-
egraph and telephone lines. The
Central Hotel and twenty other houses
were wrecked. Homer Richardson
and Mrs. Hilliard Blystone are thought
to be dying from Injuries received.
Several were severely Injured by fly-
ing debris. The damage is estimated
at two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars and it all occurred in the short
space of three minutes.


Dunnellon. Fla., Sept. 1st. 1909.-1
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis. Mo.. for six years. Every hot-*
tle I.sell adds a customer for It. It is
a genuine cure for kidney. bladder and
rheumatle troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment In each

six-months old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call on C. An-
dermon. care Ocala Lumber & Supply


A Kentucky Criminal was Captured
in West Virginia
Huntington, W. Va., Oct. 23.-After
twenty-two years of hiding, following
an alleged murder committed near
Hendricks. Ky.., in the fall of 1887,
Alex McFarland was arrested yester-
day close to Raleigh. the border line,
by a posse of West Virginia and Ken-
tucky officers. He was brought to
this city last night and is now on his
way back to Kentucky to stand trial.


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N. H. Brown, an attorney, of P1ttts-
feld, Va., writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New life Pllse for years a4
find them such good family medlcime
we wouldn't be. without them." 'er
chills, constipation, billousness or
sick headache they work wonders,. Mc.
at all druggists.


Madrid. Oct. 23.-The fall of Pre-
mier Maura and the conservative cab-
inet has produced a feeling of re1et
and encourages the hope that a period
of Internal tranquility has been ush-
ered in. It is now an open secret that
Maura refused to give King AlieOe

"I'D RATHER Uk,. DOCTOR, an opportunity to pardon Ferrer is
than have my feet cut off." said M. L. regretted by hs majesty.
Binglam. of Princeville, Ill. "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had Most women are troubled with Mid-
eaten away eight toes) If you don't," ney complaint, and you know very
said al doctors. Instead he used many serious and even fatal diseases
Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly result from these neglected kidney
cured. Its cures of eczema, fever troubles. If you will take DeWitts
sores, boils, burns and piles astound Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed,
the world. 25c. at all druggists. you may be confident of good results.
Try them and see how really good
CORD WOOD FOR SALE they are. Beware of limitations pl.i
I will sell 400 to 5W cords of best! that are Intended to deceive you. Be
-..,_ .-- . -. .... sure you get DeWitt's. 811d by all

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WhatU a o Yu I Summerfeld Merelant had a Nenrew
Do you fel weak, tired, despodet Escape from Death is Tamip
have Irequent headaches, co:ited tongue,
bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart-* (Tampa Tribune, 22nd.)
burn," belching of gms, acid risnlgs ia
throat after eating, stomach gnaw or B. B. McW ite of Summerfield, la.,
was knocked down by the automobile
burn, foul bathA 1y splel ows, oor of Isaac Cratt at Lafayette and Frank-
variae appetite, Dam a tim and lin streets last night shortly after S
kindred symptoms? o'clock. His right hip was fractued
If yolve any considerable number o and two ribs were broken. While hi
lle above you ani suffering injuries were not regarded as serious,
from '1oundM liver with 141d- he suffered much pain and will prob-
esably have to remain in for six weels.,
M leal iu f t The auto was driven by L. U. May
minable mlicl iA .iia kwn of the Florida Gas Engine & Supply
medil s354 ene V1 core0 ofCo., and was proeedlng at very
mh aw i It -a a slow rafe of speed making the tura.
efficient liver Invigoratr. stomach toult. Mr. May, who la not a regular chanf-
bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. feur but who frequently drives for,
The *Golden Medical Discovery Is l Mr. Craft, had slowed down to a
a patent medicine or secret notrum, a running into anyone gDttlag ff
full list of Its ligredleuts being printed Seventh avenue car which arrived at
on its bottle-wrapper and attested under about the same time the auto did.
oath. A glance at Its formula will show Mr. McWhite, accompanied by Mr.
that It contains as alcohol, or harmful M. E. Robinson, had just left a 7th
habit-forming drugs. It Is a fluid extract avenue car and was creasing Frankli
made with pure. triple-refined glyceri e street, after leaving the trolley car In
of proper strength, from the k Kots of the front of Henry .3Id4es'. Mr. ~e-
follow!;. native American forest pas, White Is slightly blind i t n one of hims
VIl., oien Seal ro"t, Stone root, Black -eyes., and it so happened that it the
v.,GCherrylbark, Queenal root, loodroot, sk time there were a number of vehicles
CherrarkQu l looron the corner and he did not see the
kandrake root.. approaching car. Mr. Robinson saw It
The folklwing leading medical SathoritisO and hated I-n tim, but RMr awbilts
among a h ot of others. extul the foregoing d n tme but M.
ruots fur the care of Just soch allmeutsas the continued walking, and In trying to
jove t'mptamseindicate P uof.IL.ltRtholow. avoid him Mr. May drove the ear
1. D..ofJeffmia Med l. olleicePhUla.; Prot ...." .
H.C Wood.IL, V.of Ualv.of Pa.: Por. Edwin nearly to the curb, locking the wheels
M liale.. of. Ho a hneman Med.Couleg but not In time to avoid striking Mr.
Chiewo: ret. John Kingl Q D. AuthbOre McWhite. One of the lamps struck
SAmertean Uia atorr: rm Jotno S d-
der. M. D.. Authorut SpeficMed cines: P:ro him in the side, and as he fell he
Laurence Johnn. M. ID.. Med. De.UnIvT.of grasped one of the fenders, being
N. Y.: Prof. Finley Illtwood.LD. Author dragged for several feet The NlAm
of MateriaM edlirmawnd Pr tinBennett Med- rag d r seve -r a T
cal Culle Chicaa ead name and broke two of his ribs and it la believ-
dre"M on Pda Card to Dr. L V. Pierce. Bt ed that his hip 'was fractured when
taie. N. Y.. and receive AM booklet 3Ivlht he struck the pavement.
extracts from wrltilas of all the above medl e ruc hpa.em.t.
ctl authors andmanyotbersendormiun.Mthe As soon as possible Mr. McWite
htrmnrest pie.ohle terms each and every I- was taken to Mr. Roeinsaoas office
greitent of *hMibh 6ol6fe Medicle Disce above Tibbetts' corner, where. Drs.
err" s eomimwi
Dr. Pieree Pleamsnt Pellets nildate a=J Anderson and Oppenheimer were call-
hvgiw rate stomach. liver and bowels They ed and attended him. Mr. Craft, who
bay be used in emnjunction with Goldo was at the residence of Mr Clewis on
leicalDiscovery If towels are mnoc wa at he resi r i
tisa si Thear' tiy end s a-uw'eated the boulevard, Immediately hurried to
the scene to see that the unfortunate
DECORATIVE ART- nman had every attention. He hdd
DECORA.IVhim r moved to Dr. Adamson's sanl-
For high grade work of all kinds tarium, where every attention Is be-
For ighin shown him
of painting, paperhanging and dee-In echient was one of thoe -
orating, at the highest prices (no e accident was one of those pe-
cheap John work) with a full and ef- culiar iLind that Is unavoidable. Those
ficieapnt corp o f decorators, call an c- who witnessed It declare that it would
flernt corp o a decorators, at c-s not have been prevented by the driv-
Icerer of the machine, and Mr. Mchte's
optical affection prevented his helping
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE himself in the emergency. At a late
hour this evening Mr. McWhite was
For sale. cneap for cash, the black resting quietly.
mare formerly owned by Major Izlar.


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Debatit Sunday school, led in
b. kdes siereises.
am Mrs Albert Gong
"ieU aVerwy hesuttal duet.

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Asiam ,,s emlet. eensecrat'Ion
to be oamiliar with
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*3 ashut esmmemanners,
eba" -aft at ob. People of
rm Ugef the ddi should be
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m help to chil to grasp
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ohmeRo a ledena t children. A
ser the lesson by
lasmeS'nt nota mese
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Where tha WE spend a few hear IN
sonvIe AtmeUmhie Clah. The party
wu rotors to asisesrSe NaUyB
ms, whose hoe vw- met w th-te
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Pesiden T. t bMayr of be Tamp
Aemebie C ib, secretary B. Mares
Deed a the ellu Capt. C. Wah-
bm emeta real res"-m-dtlve of
the etulb and L D. agne., of the
Tamp STimes.-ILmes SaE


At Ow request VSa number V per-
mses. who heard MIs "Nelie Steves
read her paper before the Sunday
Whol Institute, we secured the Mse
for pubhlcatlon. The editor placed the
mmmipt at the usual place for mat-
ter Sur that day's edme. He had oc-
asos to leavo his deek for, awhile
and, an hs return saw that It was
gies nbut mppows that som e
a lied hMd teken h K up to the
netype. When. the article did naet
apper I mat evening's paper diN-
get inquiry and search was male
for It but*to no eect It was gone
as completely as though aa earth-
quake ham engulfed it. It is the morm
regrsttale beesuse we know It would
'have bhs read with profit and pleas-
ure by every one Interested In the
cause she so eloquently treated.
A qulet but elegant weeding cere-
memy was performed Thursay even-
Ing at the home of Mrs. P. A. Howse.
The l obtaeting parties were MI
Wile Brym o fn Kendrick and Mr.
Robert L, Caruthers of Coleman. Rev.
Newton Plammer Anthony, per-
formed the wedding ceremony In the
presm ce of the relatives of the con-
A dainty wedding dinner followed
the marrbSe The color scheme In
the elanty appoted dining room
was yellow and gre
The fair bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Wilder of Anthony, where she
wa oras sal reared and Is a great
favorite with every one who has
comme In contact with en m ing f eM
and genlal permmonalty. She was
charmingly gowned In a styllbh dre
ot steel gray mlk, whoe graceful lines
and folds were Abrotdered with real
The going away gwn of the bride
was gray broadcloth, with hat, gloves
and shaoe to match. After an estend-
ed wedding trip the bridal couple will
be at home In Coleman
The groom Is one of the most prom-
Iment cities of Coleman, a farmer
and trucker with a successful record
and one of the pubic spirited citizens
f the place. The Star extends Its
bearaet e ouepstubuoms
We wish to announce to the public
that we are now ready to do a general
liMvery business and take care of all
the trade In thi line that comes to us.
We have for some time had a few
horme an have done some business,
Out were not In a position to ask for
trade, ea fac ilties for handling
very busleme were very limited. We
have now put in a full equipment o
first-d as horses, our big barn and
stalls have all been placed lrs t-
deass hape for their a"mda
anM we now offer the pubc the ser-
vim of a very lumixesm that is see-
oud to none In the state. We have
eempetnt drives who kn the
country and will give your interests
our best care and attention.
Respectfully, Tempkln CobbW
honme, 117. Livwymem, Ocala, Fe.
O0 R. P. Rogers the geeial tur-
pentne operator ot Lyne and a Bap-
tit -pred bW O and w eoquemcs s
was In to toy. Tonight and to-
mrrow he will conduct a revival
meemftg at the Fort King Baptst
Church. '
Mr. Joham J. RutAMS, one eof the
leading tisnsa of Rutland. was is
town today amd p the weather
dry i hi oectietL Be msa that since
the dea* Vc Pemsate W. 0. John-
s.rving to that capacity.
Thlm I ne giame law against any
TOIC. Itns amanteel to emare ma-
lria, chills and fever. Price 25 esnts
per betle A- your dealer; hell
probably knew.
Testeray the Semner La-her C,
legaig trala met. with a
The engie foer me case left the
track and tie trucks were tor from

earned woak to be suspended at the
ml and the wrecking crew In charge
of Shad Atkiason le now busy repair-
ing the damase Work will be re-
sumed Monay.
Jake Klel has become the owner of
Masim nerIls rue blMded blask mare
sand rubber-tired h y ad now Jake
ays he wil go nto the eumntry to-
merrow to ceosessuae with nature. ,



The old. old Story, told tae
~a ~mt malb IAMA &AtA "o

Wia an of us owe "L- -otCan

And women cease to ta

When Rubies, Dia And Pearls

Ane jst as cheap as chalk

When Taft trains down to ninety pounds

When a headache does not hurt

Perhaps you will find a value then

To beat our vales on Clothing and




Fresh salt and fresh water fish, In-
side and outside oysters, shrimp, etc-,
received every day. T...po&try lo-
cation south of west end of the city
market building In small wooden
buldag. William Tucker, Phone 219.
Beinning Monday. October lth, I
can be found during business h6urs
in the Law libraryy In the Merchants'
block, prepared to do all manner of
stenographic work and typewriting.
Mary K. Bogle.
You can positively have your shoes
re-soled and finished off to look like
new, by an electric stitching and f. -*
Isaing machine. D. W. Goodwin, Shoe-
maker. Ocala. Pla., next door east to
Montesuma Hotel.

The A. L Handley boue ene of the

bildig for rent or e sells Ap-
ply ato Devi S Weedroew, Hoelder
eWal Oe0l% Fla.
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also m w
Sg done. Apply to J. T. 81mmons at
Tompkins & CobW's stables.
Goverm"etPays from SM to m=
a Year, Nt Lay-ONPe-Free
heirshipe ^are Ofered
Ralway m cer otoee
eerks, city carriers, rural mall car-
riers wanted.
IN-hwtionm In the vicinity of
Ocala soon. Short hours, salary twice
monthly, annual vacation and life po-
Thousands of appointmentss are to
he mado Common education is all
you eed; city and country people
have equal chance and political In-
Slene is uneceary. Free scholar-
ships during October and November.
No time to lose. Write to Central
schools, Dept. IS6, Roehester, N. T.
Notice is 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. 190. at 10e o'clock a. m.
stals of the market to the hg aest and
best bidder.
No one will ,be allowed to sell meats
outside the city market after Decem-
ber Ist, 19M. H. C. Sistrunk.
Clerk City of Ocala.

A durable l pulling lot on North
Seosed (East Adams) street. opposite
the Jewish synagogue. Address Box


The L eCheaere and Best News.-'
rper Pubishoiled at th Prie-Read
in Every English-peakliing Country
It hu Invariably been the great ef-
fort of the Thrice-a-Week editor, of
the New Tlak World to publish the
news impartially In eores that It may
an accurate reporter of what has hap.
penned. It teli the truth. Irrespective
of party, and for that reason It baa
achieved a position with the public
unique among papers of Its claes.
The subscription season Is now at
hand and this Is the best offer that
will be made to you.
If you want the news a It reaDy la,
subecrlbe to the Thrice-a-Week edi-
tion of the New Tork World,. which
comes to you every-other day except
Sunday, and Is thus praeUtsfy a dally
at the price of a weekly. *
The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
subscription price Is only $1 per year.,
and this'pays for I papers. We of-
fer this unequalled newspaper and the
Weekly Star. together for one year
for $L5.. The regular subseeription
price of the two papers Is $2.

20-acre farm with good building,,
two good inule, all kinds arm Imple-
ments and a lot of feed. Plenty good
wood and land of the best Leasa-oci
"Bouth of Ocala. one mile of splendid
hard road. This must go at once and
the price will surprise you. Apply at
once to this office.



Ugatimiuzw cf Ctag WWff7& ^II

ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. 6 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on Oetobar
1. tor the winter; furnished: runmanh
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gam. $2 per month.
David & Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala. Pi.

The rusltratloa books of the city
of Ocals are now open at the city
clerk's office. Ali parties desiring to-
resister will do so before the second
Saturday in November, as the books
will cloee on that date.
H. C. St1trunk.
Clerk and Supervisor of P-giettmts
of the City of Ocala.

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vbw eaNan dd es sl At

the dal - Tm ium. :-. Ift
0Thme mwaOemf a

Ime heato tamesAW ..a. m

treas of o a waduanf aalng td

route. After thif metlant 'h the VW
for the caubh toS a ot the hoat
vtos Jaek e aI to IMs agapse
by a bUWy 7eWtenm
It 1b etalm that a I lmalba
of vieator vi he p t, u -V w I
havo a- enead so I Oh
the advat of 0ertamin eto
thell dut beor thel adll O

Manager W. 0. Bahiam t- he
at*f~wsviltes t lBbw a

offered to frank memeoaa from or to
the auto dub of to the Tim pmr-
taging to the Tim eduaraMN
contest. Mr. Broremn Ihe m-i-
tot I of state interact anI that he
considers It a great e "terprie t
tar-reaching effect r nd a ovost
that will have great eet the
building of good reals.

Mie Ida M. Tarbe b"ib her
qew historians seal In the Nvem-
her American Miagaitne. This wil
be the moat Importat work M-I
Tarbell haa undertakea "m s er
"History of the Standard Oi Com-
pany." Its theme wl be the
American woman and the- Im -tat
and historic part 'that shehas
played In shaping the dial-es,'1
the nation alae the revolutionary
days of 1774. The serial will be Il-
lustrated with many beautiful Por-
This lesse of the American Mag-
axtne also contains the. flint atars
of Silmon the Jester." William J
Locke's new novel which is malidto
be the most thriin article he has
yet written. The second afti
about "Barbarous Meeo.z by John
Kenneth Turner also appears In this
number. Mr. Turner's advfaturm
and his account of the tragic fate of
the YTaul Indians at the h aUs of
the Mexican government are at the
same time abeorbingly fmanatn
and appalling.
Three other articles are addi-
tional features of this Novembere
Issue. They are "Joseph Pulitaer"
the blind editor and owner of the
New York WorldU-. famenatin and
intimate study of an extraordinary
personality. 'The Mistakes of a
Young Rallroad Telegraph Operat-
or"-whlch is an exposition of
railroad operating methods, and
"'The Beauty of Business" by Anne
Hard-an uproariously funny arti-
cle which has to be read to be ap-
hIxellent Action Is contribute
by Inas HayA6e GIilomre-who
writes of further adventures of
those delightful Martin children-
Berenlce lear Youn,g Harry James
Smith and Mrs. L. H. Harris.
Wallace Irwin begins a new Ha-
shimura Togo series entitled "To0
Tales" and these are full of quaint
delicious humor that has made the
Japanese school boy so much en-
"Plays and Playere" and "Inter-
esting People" with their amem-
panying full-page portraits have met
an unique standard in this ine of
magazine departments. "The Pil-
grim's Scrip" and "In the Interpret-
.er House" contain some interesting
correspondence and an editorial
comment on a questloa of interna-
tional discussion.
meMyo Demmira, Leade Died
Yestwedy Evei
New York, Oct. 2L-Patrick H. Mc-
Carren, state senator and demoerat"r
leader of Brooklyn, died at St. Cath-
erine's Heeospital, Brooklyn, yesterday
evening, never having completely ral-
lled from the effects of an operation
for appendicitis which was perform-
ed October 13th.
That i MAlone is Guilty *f the Murder
Gainesville, Oct. L.-James Kelly.
who., with D. M. DavidMon was con-
victed at a special term of the circuit
court In Palatk a for the murder of
Special Agent W. C. Sellers of the At-
lantic Coast Line at High Springs,
and sentenced to life beanrlsmmmet at
har labor, has made a elea eeotes-
slon to the authorities ia the nature of
an affidavit in which he completely
exomerates Davidme., declaring that
Davidaon had nothing to do with the
murder of Sellers, and that be (Kelly)
alone was responsible for the man's

Richmond, ld., Oct. *--St, per-
sons were killed in a wreck on the
Panhandle division of the Pennsyl-
vania ralroed near ColneviBe, Ohio,
yesterday when a southbound passem-
ger,tratin ram Into a freight train on
an open siding. A reaef train with
medical aid was sent from Rlchmn.


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anything we have ever carried in the past Our desire to carry.ev

women and'children is nearer fulfilled this season than ever before, as isi

S:to!gi-ve quality rather than quantity. Our constant aim is to g
omy Ithan you can get elsewhere, and in order to prove that we are doing it, i

L&M Ipect our new line.


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Sdium and High Grade, Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Coats and Waists
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The amou Beacon and Bostpnlan Shoes for men, we believe are the best
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mual- meeting of the stock hold
ers and directors on the Afrst Tue-
"ay lt November of each year. The
ames of the ofleers who are to
emdaet the bsinaes of -the company
auntie thone elected at the first elee-
ties shal be qualifed, are: Walter
IL Day, president; G. ULnder,
aesrtary and treasurer; and T. L..
D e. vice president.
The highest amount of Indebted-
a or m iaw ity to which the corpor-
attio eas at say tAme embject Itself
s thirty thumad dollars.
The names aad resdeaces of the
suaberiles. aad the amount sub-
a rbed by eaeh, is as follows:
Walter H. Day, Ocala, Florida, 49
shares. 'r
S0. ULinadaer. Oeala, Floria, 49
Dekle. Oeal, Florda,. 2
In witeeam whereof the licorpor-
str have hereunto set their hands
and avlod their seal this the
twm ty.vmth day of September,
A. D. 19.
Walter H. Day, (ae)'
I.- G. Linder, (seal)
T. L Dekle, (eal)
State of Orid,
County of MartM.
Pereary appeared before me,
the andesegad authority, Walter
H. Day, L 0. UnLtder and T. L. De-
kle to me wedl known to be the pamr-
a eA In. and who submMribed
mw rego n ft article of inc rvta-
Stleua ad charter, ad each
aca hld W the execution of the
Iae for the *a and purposes
Mtet at forth and expreed.
SGvft undar my haNrd anrd seal or
ekee tab the s" th day of Septem-
be. 1i0t.
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atma, Puble State of Florida.
My amiom expires August
31. 1911.
Nem oa for Lel a
eNote hereby -hves that o the
,th day of Otober. ,i,. the un-
degrhei *IW Oapply to the governor
of da, at da ee. FloraatF ida,
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Look down the line, you will find GOOD THINGS


Briek Cod Fish
. Uburger Cheese
Fidam Oeese
n PI-apple e
Swiss Cheese
Sap Sage Cheemp
Paniesm Grated Chew
Maple Sugar -
Mackerel I1, 15,20 amd 25e
CrystaUzed Ch erries
Crystalized Pineapple
Dried Figs
Pigs Feet, Pickled
Pearl Tapioea
Gram lated Tapioca

Seeded Raisins

Spices, all kind
Graham Flor
-Whole Wheat Flour
DmI Pickles
Sweet mixed P
Sour Pkhe

Split Peas
Ralston Breaka
Cream of Wheat
Pearl Barley

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Hrm. Peter StirMlin hee of th
noMel, bmals P. Mnory, of Nea
da, Iowa, led to thel atar la his
die age today the damnhter of thi
woman= ha loved an w at in nI
youth. o brde w KM a Ih
U. BIcl."Itte- eeirs oldwaof Jea
Years ao there lived aear eve
da a pretty girl with dark hair, m
on a nelsgberta ranch Bred Dam
nia Moromey, her Ichadl feb ao
playmate. Wha they meam to b
ehlmrem Dmnls had a more ameri
feellng for M tair na~gnr amd *
liked him. but J. V. uehey wwno
and wot ; san d, be a m sal
heart broken, took a vow aer t
Riehey and hs bride aled 1
the aeh orhood of moiN'
hoimoe atd = r8 s wa bm IM
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lom of the woma he hued e= hib
ea he e was a eade the p aeW
of virtte her hore am ahs rmt
affetioma the baby gSr.
Wha mth aRlhi amused to w
seoyvle abt elevo yM a me
rm wrote to hi t me ad -
she iet him the aut lettr lda w
wrote after wsmh lsmaned ha t
"make her lettem..
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chage of bmtem keot pW. im
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phoutoaph hra. t It wu tb
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aeveral yamm ba Md MdrwM'-
to in nnube thelts phboira*
a pletare of the Sirl he had l-red 1
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yull. a am tfor hi-nalW. at it wi
not ustl Sa tomw weeks age that I
could arrage to leave his bIaeI
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mus eve"amae n aMe mihad at the Ai
pembla bee he hbad -mi the t"
tare a" -he lsonon n te a
Kim Ethl of hia le a"- ago

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m-.u., ... . IL Imer why jt o.'Imtesme m$u r ,m
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4- ;: ." .' I ae tha .or. t t Wh oal s in .s.. the I l urk o sth be P m : Fs 2e.25 9 US $2.5; __ n____

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s. at Iss a to malt e Emas speed tftea ft a whels IIN, ast a PUNth=, as Grapefruit: Fla. pe box 3175 9

.. "., ga-' i de.ot Dma's that sheW poorn w atu I tell y Onfl ge t: Pla. bchoe, awell colored

Se-b. $ 5 $2.1 a green per W, ,, e ... -."* r ^ i
t-i- we humr out is s clear alamn tht if s-h w to marry a V me box $1.50 @ $2. Pla. ifeen p T
-I? abs w 3.chIlat P0,0 wort som b Cizuauumbers: Fa. per baket $12k25. 'Lw OMwa

I is th .m i m mit wold be ,I the rgt ijat eua weddr. present. PI woind by Sam. h i- -t ."

wi and- /. ~d. t. a d- B am ds ft heit a e m pS
S". ,. .. tMa r" f* al Pt eapplea: Cuban red Spanish 2'
a s ama e' m g. S"ik 7F *rs iar a eiD IMao wo uls dto In thats asked Mrs 2.e:2e' and W er $x $m2.5; 4'. $. dW k a
-be d kaw w ard4 No"er wNelmea with adsIdse Grapef ruit: .la. b es all ases $4N
M2a1em qwas oehoestlft aMW4Ricoh24's$4.5;.

K" ,f="T s h t et f amo &$ t4 ; @ e 1 2; $arL. ,>1.76; b4'
"'" af a le gf -dr b Obft a held very s M Grapetrult: Fla. per box $L @ $4.

c" -.tba .RalleC. Cc. o : 24" S S3.-; 30's S.2.50 7; m 7 -- At
11 m Mem4 o Inf .wCha. w asM e 1 ftl R. a & at( h $3 $8l HK--$.25. $

4I W N j : l at s tw s feei ngs Ito yutb ot$Grapetrult: Fla. per box $ $24.W .
we *WEo ,ut I' a Orangx$1esI: Calit Valenctas per box
oq -_ 'sa..4a. A sheAmoPimaser's st ar119"K 010201

/. ",,IL & 00 o.,..-.,, $ f
K '.~-IM IIi~ tTfulla Lodge. No. 28 Cinoinnati
MM. 0. L. meets .0011 Pineapples: Fl. 24W per crate $4.25; cmA
ueda w-5-6 3rand We per crate $3 9 $2.75
In TI HRall. nVisiting hbror al* Gra efrvlt: Fla. per box $LM O Mr. Frank Jenkens returned from
w W. -w brtX0 Floral City Monday morning.
SL \M. M. Lttlee r 0Oranges: Pla. per box $2259 $2.M; Mrs. Frank McDonough went down
SII LLttle. oeIuy. Calit. per box 1.265 $2. to Lakeland Monday and will go from
. ., :,- .T Cocoanuts: per 1W $3.5 there to her home at Miami.
E A St. Lels Lt" Mr. 81mpson came down from Jack-
.m, ". .I PIneapple: per doMw .76 .m. Siuana and Crsy
S1^ ..... Ora' g" : Calif. per bo.x $18 2T went down to Ocala last Friday.
...-..-"G-Ip per box $ $S.50. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wellber of
Mets se o ?nd Tuai Coceavuts: per 100 $4.26; per 1,0 PaIltka, arrived Sunday and will visit
m eealag e each mouth relatives here this week.
S1 until October. Vft- Mrs. Perry of Oak Is here viIltnl
106.-is bt I always Weieem I her brother, Mr. Shareose.
S. Bradford Webbk Ealted Raler. Sterling Silver and cut glass for Miss Alaide Gammon returned to
F tm.* Step,, -i l wen Jewett. ecretar. w presents,at at Wle the her home In Jacksonvifle, much to the
hs 4v188, alg dJewelers. regret of her many friends made whie
o am f ar s.i, -or OCA4AA R ,here.
,, o sBS 3 i e .e wkB tWO ele a. O. m. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN was Citra last Monday.
: W- Dr and Mrs. Carswel of Ocala
1- th btawe> hi %It N eets every. Wed were in town last IFiday.
0 t ek Ms. bey yb ws et Ina. -*y l at Engineer Cranessee of High 8p
thought. It wiw impolae tVit gwhem Isothren *alwaysIs in town this week.
B Was weleobe. . W. Ditto Presiggnt Dr. Montgomery of MIcanopy. was
A! "Itf whaIt 1 d" I w* he in town In his automobile Wednesday.
?-:-. -.-,*. ,*. m ite h bbedt P. iW A.K i Miss Zelma Caon of Island Grove" If you are interimted in a5r th e
.I --M was in town Monday. car. the, is oa r the m r -
-. aBePe. DSe f Tt m Ptns M tost 6t Amerle Mr. Prnms. a fruit buyer, was hil-clabm and qmHg
i. MIT$, so f Bt= ttera W et* maita mTin a" the meeomd here Monday.. the etalog s y eaB s wrt '
M0 I*'. AftI ese -hAA Twaf oe eac On See by etr ew p t fis Mrs. ftnwood went up to JackAon-
Sa. dhim? Is t hert a t? tR., '. M. a t a tPtw Of eight to ten Tuesday. CA
Am" 1 ow i at am uwl Pdi e um amf ft..tar -sg-eism above ero, Is as lear as erys- 11
,,,-" *. Is h" the level. I'd ba~ Mm, C. ags an y. a peue as n be e. We Miss Pansy Souter will met continue ae
=a that5ei's |1 a4 Wggwntittols m sn s. aloher music class here this winter, to
mea l knew. b Ishe hafeM"t pl P 1. A. M. the regret of her pupfts. She has a _ _ _
y-+ .fI IIiiI ma e a d~i.W h --- BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS much larger class at Sanford.VID WW
B 1.\j;i4I OW W alat ai. hteh mis t mud we N-1 Marlehe A ld D I c Mrs. Harry Baker, who has been o
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Jim Sanders. the big Early RIrdI
farmer and saw mill man. was here

Sterling Silver and cut glass for
Wedding presentsat at Welhe, the

Mrs. Tydings mother of Dr. C. R.
Tydings, came In this afternoon from

Holeproof Rose for lades, -guaran-
teed for six months without holes, at
Miss (harlisle. the Weir Park school
teacher. came 'p today to spend the
Sabbath with her parents.
Sterling Silver and cut glass for
weddingg prewntpat at Welhe. the
Mrs. C. N. Schlenmer. who enjoyed
a month's visit with her mother in.
Lake City, has returned home.

If you want a good led penrll buy
one of Gerig's Rest. Sc. at the Post-
aSce Drugstore. *
Wouderhose for children, guaranteed
to wear thr-e months without holes.
25 oents a pair at Fihel's.
Mr. R. 0. (Connor came in today
from South Florida, where he has
been the past week in the Interest of
the Internatimnal Harvester Co.

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S5 (. Midt monday evening.
Q aly MeetTues %Ay

NMI..1 mee "tw -h d .ev"...W
New Srup at mani a Carns.

Tablets. p'e'sl. lI9. eta., at Pbfrs
Tou can bury the & rW. smein at
Mr. J. L 1 m. seMt down to so-

Lock ever F el's sera e and ten-eent

Theo wedding nts at Wels e.

Mr. IL Phyeinuth is up from a
tem dayn Ight with fever.

HaBowe'en post cards at Weihe, the

Mrs. 0G. Maynard returned home
from Rock Sprigs this noon.
Thee wedding presents at Welhe,
the Jewelers.
Those ladies' gold cuff buttons are
right up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.

There were 25 arrivals at the Mon-
tesuma yesterday.
Children's ready-made dresses, all
sales, at Fishers.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petteway were
In town today from Dunnellon.

BoYs school suits- and pants at
When you drink at Troxler's you
know It sl right.
FOR RUNT-House on SoutIr Third
street. Inquire of Dr. Walteor Hoqd.
Those ladies' gold cUff buttons are
right up to now at Wfihe the jeweler's.
A large assortment of choice fruit
at Troxier's.
F7zR CHEAP-A first-class
Isl- ruggy horse. Apply to Dr. A.
The Homeessa train brought up to-
day 98 packages of oysters from Crys-
tal River.
Just received a shipment of Huy-
ler's candy. Troxlers, ye that's the'
Mrs. Ja. Wiggins returned to Ju-
liette after a visit to her brother south
of town.
Pennsylvania Grit and other leading
newspapers and magazines at Hal-
lard's news stand.
CoL H. M. Hampton returned this
morning from a business trip to
Jacksonville and Titusville.
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream in 25c.
and 50c. jars at the Postoffice Drug-

Mr. A. FP Dreka left today for De-
Land to visit his father, one of the
leading merchants of that city.
It you want a good lead pencil buy
one eo Gerig's Best, 5c. at the Post-
office Drugstore.
H. M. Sherouse. the new liveryman.
returned yesterday from a visit to his
o1 home at Reddick.
Troxler handles a large and com-
plete assortment of high grade cigars,
cigarettes wnd totacco.
Mr. N. L. Oottlieb has returned from
Sanford, where he installed a lodge of
Fraternal Unionists.
UIse Palmer's Lotion after shaving.
"Sec. and $1 bottles at the Poatofflce
Drugstore. /

Mr. Randolph, Chase & Banborn's
representative with headquarters at
Leesburg. was here today.
If you want a good lead pencil buy
one of Oerig's Best. Sc. at the Post-
office Drugstore.

The Montesuma Hotel has
up an extra sample room for
commodation of Vance & Co., o
sonville. who will be here nei
to make an unusually large dis
holiday goods.
FOR RENT-Barn and stable
block north of hospital. Appli
H. Brooks. No. 19 North
street. Ocals. Fla.
Messrs. Charles and Robert
of Lynne. left today for West
to look after some turpentine b
interests there.
The te st 1 pywM beeoks a
inest general line f beeks ever
in this eity at the Osala News
Mr. Watson, the successful
and farmer of Coleman, was I
today. He said he would en
fine- bay stallion. Lexington Cl
the Marion County Fair.

FOR SALE- A .splendid WeA
upright piano, nearly new,
order. $110. easy terms. Sever
organs for almost nothing. W
phone me, 22. I have no store
I T-ft"Offud

Air ho e espe1
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M. t.r V. a**' sat

twiar eI a gw

se-e weh the veter, en fties-

wl have an ts t ode t4 s r
pfetan U Pem aOlways he mb w

look for the best nd meet te a

pearne sh. d pak the bonse.
This every evemt eaaomenth
maths wthhr Iwthe Vetaase
a m that omdne't, be2 %wmes.

will he a etha thin tr the cty
and deserves the beat support the


Mareus Prank -as the b-et
haest stock of goos ee has ever of-
fered to the puble. Reead hi, ad-
vertiseent on the third page.
Mr. Jack CaKp received this week
from the famnis BTheeore stock
farms ear aad prevlle apagirlsd their ap-of
handsome should thbred Jere
people can gives -It

feredT to Livthe public. the poplar
tratiseme hardware salethirsman of thisge.
citj was la Jacksonville yesterday.
fMr. Louals Dural ha retired
from a beasines trip to Jacbsoavie,
Mrs. Ana& Hopkins, of Orange
Lake, came down this afternoon to
visit friends and attend Grace erps-
copal eburch tomorrow.
The hospital inmates and the
nurses there express their deep ap-
preciation of Mr. Hamp. chambers'
act In coming down with a piece of
hose and thoroughly soaking thep
newly paved street around the bo-'
pital corner with water. It was a
great relief.



If you want a cottage home in 0ma
on easy payments. consuIt Prank IMDl
He has a plan that wWl net an to In-
terest you.

For rent. a sompleel w mbe
small cottage on east 84Se C lake
Weir. Apply at Star oedAe
J. W. Goldaby, the preospmem fr
mer in the Grabmnvfle sectaf was
in town today, leaving a geod sted
wad on deposit at the CommervigL
Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. d-
wards', next to market buildtg.
Attorney L N. Green returned hoas
last night from an extended trip. I
ithe northwest. He came home via
'North Caolina, instead of down the
Mississippi river, as he 'had lantended,
because of the fall his mother had re.
celved in the home of her daughter.
Mrm J. J. Gerif. Be was pleased to.
say his mother was greatly Improved.
Tiose ladies' gold euf button are
right up to now at Weihe the Jeweler'.

Bate Perdue, engineer for the ~keh-
mood Kaolin Co., came up today to
spend Sunday In town.

all colas are quickly eured Jw *-
leys Hopey 'and Tar. the great thrt
and lung remedy. The mulase emo-
tains no harmful drugs. Sold r al
Marshal Dinkins received the a0d
news of the deatif yesterday otf I
tiAter-In-law, Mrs. Attleberry, 'It

FOI RENT-A f le-room house la
third ward, well located, $10 per mthL
App!y to H. P. Bitting at Tydinags
Co's. store.

Dr. E. 0. LUniner moved his -far-
Ily to Ocala' from Anthony yesterday,
and they are now located In the thMrd
ward. ,

Phone us for you prescriptlonm. We
call and deliver them. The Court
The Lake Weir Band & Stone C&. Is
advertising its superior saad for stome
and cement work. It is coarse. essan
and white. Its the stuff for cement
walks, as Ocala can attestr

Wanted-At once, man with good
logging team to haul timber for m1i.
Write or call. Hilton Lumber Co.,
Belleview, Fla. St-w
Mr. V. R. Kaiser and tfaelly have
moved from Ocala to Hastings and
are occupying, the residence built
there for them by B. C. Harri-St.-
Augustine Record.
Upon her return from her summer's
vacation your first act should be to
call at the Court Pharmacy and bmw'
your sweetheart a box of that detM-
lous Bell Meade capdy. "Sweets to
the sweet." you know.
t 4
We have a few boxes of exception-
ally gne writing paskr. Drop n and
take a look at them. The PmtoUse

to A~jjM

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9:30 a, m.-8miaWTad"eLA~~A

LE.Mow saw=
&s isdaf

A -ow~d altowldhs

Topic.'Te a-no x"1Wht

Von" Vi

awl of.a

hibWesdrill eIthe1 Ill*m

ftanflya"d Mr.L 3?- Teem bw

at M. a- Mak lo 4th.IL

mm-rn- ow *&be$
Tloiumneto mgo" bar is

at o f the M tm m beg t m S t F

FOR SALE-rFay-ShNes utypenwrw
opened in good conditlop. Has ouly been .
the ac- used a short tinm. wm sell for $60, _'a m of S-'S
tf Jack- eash. Address Box 211. Oeali. St ih the. t Oft.b rm 11m
f Jack o- nbyO. W. w. hI, am e M" 1
rt week Mr. F a. Fit on. .ta, N. Y t =M
play of
p writes: "My little girl was gMr.reatly D~ e, e the e0am
Benefited by taking Foy's Ortne 4no I- 0 m o
S -first Laxative, and I think It Is the best teawm i M S 4CN ,
y to J. r fmoy for eonstipaton and Uver was aisdy p i to-O ,
Secot trouble. Foleys Oroy L Aative t
mild pleasant and effective, and cures me8 w11 0 mawer. bISp, 1111
habitual constipation. Sold b anll th amenO" tse" l 0 2s
Roer. druggists. to ar M W "
Floridanes We want your prescrption work
inessand are prepared to offer you the mast Mr. C. I am 'n I t 41-
skilled pharmpelsts and he parent ofet Sboe mu b dr l m,'- L 01104t l
a"d tNe drugs to compound them. Tydlags A 'i& 1 ets othe Maim 4 -
Shew. company. *e O I l is m
c. -Mr. Grams-n te ------ -
.Smmer Ember ~ Be aMe hme
trucker ePwele =Nit 1ode
n town tfl X h
ter his, Wlle ad S d
chief, atmr e 'm m

ri~te or; FAT an r eB.rni M .
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IL h A to Ma.""* of" m-Aw .rw !


New Pa*

CURILvirm -4!,-
we HMO
somist Md 0
a* Tim


Is at hand. Are you equipped with
good vision so that you can speund
these hours to the best advantage?
eICeadln by rA-ligt
Is a task to Imperfect eyes. It Is a
pleasure to perfect ones
Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Office hours: 9-to 10 a. in. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory. rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
LOST-A silk cape between A. E.
Burnett's store and his home. Finder
will be suitably rewarded.
Allen Bridges met with a painful
accident at the Seaboard depot this
morning. He was engaged in putting
up the large posters of the Marlon
County Fair Association and stepped
upon a bench to place one in a win-
dow. The bench turned and in falling
Mr. Bridges tried to save himself by l
putting out his right hand. Instead of
grasping the wall. however, his hand.2
went through a pane of glass and one
of his *fingers was cut quite painfully.
Young man, weaoong announce-
ments are In order. If you want yours
to soon be-made, don't fall to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
ening when you call They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
The W. C. T. U. will hold its reg-
ular monthly meeting Wednesday aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock In the Methodist
church. All members are urged to be
present as this is the time to tlect of-
ficers for the coming year. '
WANTED-Men to learn barber
trade. Few weeks completes. Practical
experience from start. Careful in-
structors, tools given. Diplomas grant-
ed. Wages Saturdays, positions wait-
ing. Wonderful demand for grad-
uates.. Write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College. New Orleans, La.





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Mt -I ; .-ea arw noIs .- s b e*mats o.a ys x- n. - the -
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laves. This isodsm kmt was t e to moe hemif ti we 4W e S ro ot I

them d treeees o of teeemts a ena3ac er wese e tr aet har^ Sroh't
eld DIM e.. tat em -m th ea i t'V W -ev. is.a .meness 2 _o_ m. T thew _b ..
the antoty o thm "h-loa ad1 61 h hi'gh a W leso to bahI r gfi
is It set a daagmesa troa Iaut ae e t er das b sa f s- A S & OS

aUwm P M Me* tAssr w ooa, this e olg a moU thers mot few
,ec os. Mts. w. a. n yanot atme m e w oh oa -
,.id a took r ors eO. n a r visi-amam
state-w p robibie.f .--- l-d. -_- **hweth. who me tes* tobr ong a w4he goodfe.
sM is f ioe er a drm of twhe aie v ery m wer t th a e e talks to M me a
"fanatim" but rather an smued GOofd, eaW a pee al p a yr for t
M&. Uait-me ossatles a s vted mother awr owm" w"h as is!af
.t oe .les by the coa e M always a UL_&m um
pla sad s ateem to a pres e I trhod ka eved we ee or
dry by remosrance; feor MesedamesO. MU. Gale, ls. Weie
have set "eLped their views" og It ma ,ow t the 8le to Pi, ap ae fe s
the sa jete. the white ribbonmae a momh or oa a Ithe e es i s.001
The hopeful view of the sdtua f bos. May sot that meoa a"n e L.m w anh ,
is amat lime a the fact that -m a vote"a for prebastlem s a Tiafew m son that I m
a" m 10e wiig to Vote their lcm. esirs? A manc mae moly east toen 90at07 ble as tfi at i om
vi.tis, bu. t that iaer the moe- vote. betla mother oa a mast aP mmom ints I s at ta ws o wWk
aemt Is a deermlatleme to fllow a sie has 's to laSemsa. May he itkise t ae hed tU i a.
up the vot with "law Safor me the seed ews I the hearts of ouarh tabaaai Lt ,
that wil leave s place for the mot ers ied an abundant art i a is I as way asperte to a -as. *
"betehaar" to p ty his trade. The w e wIn retotde to Oje everla m otr t the bad So oS the th
strange tuIS t that two coege ta P of the s Belleview l ao a a te n te a" lW astaIsn oh
towns In lada have gae wt.gils. interior rf a hided "10 10
ma kes It all themore imperative Jst about tem boys saT i1mE Thoy h0as m-1 ethe pln i
that the matter be brought to a vote sis: They e ve a fRae Loyal l Tm autgs
of the ltua s of the e tre sate. perae Legiaom d adned ti Mrs I thear 14Ws WN aeba Met tr-
That two great itut eus of I;n=-- J.o- J. Th-am oneNthiead ble to i-YVsi b -at he M m
ag-Prde Is Tippeanoe, lad with their wwk, sad hoae thus ftr. b t thrivgam l th
a. hm in Wayne o esutle -are mo we ore tbees I t nford, con tr e y tOea Wet
oa saadowed by the sulom, re atledmore to the tempetmss eat o is lan poritheas o th e eia ry
maies to the sham aof those coa- the n ay other L. eT. e I,. In t stat e o I a n a I .I ..
ties. but this sitat ha. le imNot bank pt yet, eitheras they d *m. la i ydewrds artad ag olV
areist sa e*raloe of asmpathy have several dollars sx= fa thUei cables and wherever a few trees=
arn "fefewuip" that will result In treasury. happen4 to oe plmoata by mie k
ulate-wl. problbitlo.-Ilmer Hut- may not some of tbesemi "esi sof
laerd. dr se t the pae for treats tq In my travels I made a modre
The excelled o the high school lowt for they are t n the speelatatu of trees aed to the
of Ocla is briaging to the town dru of them who advocate the ctlaer, rather ha the W _
many young people who have a- eaam of tem toe. te ve comer e al orchard lf rae
shed the grammar schools the MKm. J.N. Sen was elected del- T ge Gweatr or a
muay. a a mother or Itb er egat to the aeual covetlonm emamnaty is o n a t
efe l Mte sesSig the r boys WUifch ovtees O Plant CMYthe a rgeot fa OH and mo I
ee ^ .- there arnsiOma b latter h part of ve ber; rs. Bry wate s e m
"me Nsft powe? snor~ =w ad=&m The Next moeanthly meetingat will be te Octis ot their e lae5s,
.......... m it m .meboheld at the residence o Mrs. 1. .by a tofew
"Yes," remarked Daner, thought- Gale. We will dtemas tempby -Cpitalists and ia
all whole lot of people have work amo the colored people. The two kinds of tree
changed their minds Now sit right This is s ItenSly interestlag sub founa d b st ltel for t e
aml ud aLyman. ad Jlste to m e. ec to s as in both or our --etS a r tings ter the projects t at
This town west dry i pite of And mry" election the Negro vote an Afr it, both fr the hes -am
ewMyElg I eaould do to preve t Il* al the day, and we werem a tuhe market Sad n mot era pr -!s
I thought the place was ruined. ered with the wets. 0 for some poses were the and pe t.s. TI-- si-
ad was making plans to t away. power to show them the truth as it bt methods -of plUig le la
I tooled along with the business for is a d to get them to vote eO the c mnhinqtwo Orchard.
Wveral m ths, trying to ot it I sle of rlghtemss ad decenry In such 2 2a rhaN the W OSj
sape to wind up. But my custo- So long as wite m stoop to buy a should e p ed 40 to 4
meSydi't go to Jonesboro to get colored man's vote behalf of the prt, pOSAs neetti a wide Mis-t
waAs alaser won't so far to set vaa so lous rmen white om t be2eeaas tbee. b for ttl
aaythM. if you put whisky right p with colored men to yet& to lastlg esults. This woul g ive al any
SMde their oRames they'll bay It. but protect their homes. The ballot is le space beees the pe4an we of I
Ift akn't thre they wotakethe i their hands, not Wrs, and a coe, for twoe aro orf t um, e-Iat -
trouble to hbut for it. New trade ore4 man's vote is as potent at the each war through the .orchatr, ml
kept aONag ta ; there bought a bet pol as a hie man's. od help s lowiln 13 1-2 to 15 otet- betwe ae
.ter dam of goods M pa csh. to keep the saloo from getting it the trs th. this med p *la
That's the buty of it; I got the Mrs. Lose N. S hedi, lag 20 to 27 peam eei dat weoM iram
SmOrSy Instead of those barkeeper Belleview W. C. T. t. 160 to 200 ig tre esmay- be phated pt.
gettlag it. During the last two per a r e. ate a
years my trade ln this store has C da3 ereavena n aWS Thoe question now arises, w t of dm
been maiger than ever. I've got six would an acre so pafted prde veget oa
more doheU tha I hak ast eOM* For the st time In a longat while ad be worth. it's ae! As tahe ownla
Look at the balance sweet; It shows No press items were slat out last ass will come Into beartinga rst, we aol a
a smaller proportis of lba debts week, for in a cotinuous routine o will pare gthe possible pred aa preemiv
than It has for any other Year Is visiting among old fieads here ft them. A wel atd for ag orehat opemaee
the whole history of the business. twelve days there was no chance should produce arem four to eight lad.,
In the retail department we a trefor usual Endeavor work. Two quarts of A wi thin thirty mese, selb I
crediting people who, In the bar- nights en route have been spot at or the third summer attr plantlas. T e
rom a had to pa ca n seer ha e cash to pay. They hone is lakelaer a ad headquar.t age of one desi eme-pednd ecans The
are spqdng their mesy for dr? ea h a veg been witha Rev. a. caned or proeserved g The Ma- p ae a
goods anM grcries Inta of Tl D. D., mse of the State Une nin. of t. is simple asily dimea pe <

stayed at home this year sad pltkl the secretary's Itierary. As premarves a Ae worth at ohvemal t
arosad town and cling on me for society at Mulberry, n Polk moa- and $2.21 to $2.75 I glass. the
I cash to pay botto pickers. I have ty. Oe ds a d: Presdatet. Miss enire oet oe preserving aftdr the

the peace. Niggers have got out of f r epe8 organse the @one la t13, or 71 to fl matte apae
the Jail habit. wsoety. deem of glass. A net proet of ever at te

lesared fthousand thO deafoter Orlmado Nov. 1-7, sad Ree wMih age they should he r.a'dalm
URa edltate values have Ienre se* apeakers will be there, fr- ome to mee aad ee-half hash-
reasd. f an

.t aave inc.sreaseS, m thes a t oavetloa is chaaed in els per tree. At oee 'bshel per
Ss. a vnt s eh s nL- th date from Nov. 12-14. to Nov. 9-10. tre, an orchard weald produce
me of the mS ies Pstoodo Juniors have turned from $760 to 8W per acre.
empty fat awhile, but they lle p their socitey Int an latermedte Pecan trees of the beet budde on
Sgood res respectable with Mi ith Krook as leader. ad grafted varieties sho cow-
Maes. You know that." Presidet Winnard writes of een prodelagt a ts the afth sem-
BDd-Lymansten"ed, bewildered. growth tn numbers in the sew Ca- mer from planting ad at an age of
He cmuldist Imagine -*where anll t lasisem ciety of Tampa. tea years, should be bearing from 0,I
this wa lad zzy wet : We fear Key West davowera thirty to Ifty pounds anasaly. alchu b
bhle. was so top bc dose. a t muren some ,aclany in the re- Thirty po.ds per. tree, at the Tver e
It wda No; e Ilt addtl at great storm. low price of 25 ceats per poad C rs a
Sd touro; wre u n .L rom the latrodufloa depart- large paper shell peas, a pri n Il et
toad t-s four more teachers. meant of the Florida Union reetly lower than will likely be reaced tah tv
were able to my oki n peoe have bee introduced the foDowIan during the present generation, ghes mammal
for their children ad send them to workers gone -away to school: us $7.0 per tree, $206 per aer.
or eir c re ad d t to Miss 4 ith, of Orlando, to A combined in ome of rm *80 j
Sfor Lutherville. Md. to $1.o per acre, form a tw ea. the
A P- -tulati for an. R1Bes jJoseph Chaey, of Orlado. to old combainatlo peean and ftg *lyear*
mOEe Aaltworth Co e. New Hampshire. chard is easily possible. People d a rtaryg
"Bud, have you learned how well Miss Corie Miller to College for not have to move to a distat emma- me am
the mi is doing this year? The Women, Columbi.8, C., from KIs.- try to produce the wonderful o- kwing
biggest Improvement we ever made shamee, ad of the same tow, Miss sualts we often read aboqt. The theW
was when we nailed apthe door of uth Datler, to a college in Char- best opportunities are more oft. t2abe
that saloei acres the street. Thoe lotte, N. C. at our feet. bin d,
were the biggest nalls ever driven in Miss Miriam Rood, from Brade- FIg cualturea I fad to be the lo-. Ane
that neihborhod. And we doa't town, to Maryville, TeOm. pleat form of ftr t growing the w. E
have an aoeldemts. Jack Rath- DeWitt Miller, from Orlando., to trees are healthy, no .eale eaoi t r,
bone uaed to.,tell me how muek Atlanta. attacks them. and with go9odlM. Ames
trouble he had with his labor oa ae- Tarny ]Reed, of South Lake Weir they will live to a reatea No mW W,
eount of that die oan the o iaer, lteinedate, to totla Unalversity. fruit Is more wholano either
but didat believe him. DISdebds oe m oy ers we did not fi or preervd.
prove It th" year. verything rua- know of, so ee naft hep prepare The trait is easily eamed by aom-.
aing like a dock. Did younaote a weleeme for them In the new se- ply cooking In moderately heay The 1
the beak statements? More dep os. rnd of thee lemr.e college ar syp. f, tor an how.allow tp tw
It, especially In the savings do- tewns oros A. Towasead. stand In this syrap for 24 heors, to t
partmeut. I tell you, Bad. Mayeld Area Park. Oct. 29, 1909. absorb the sagar, ad eook again
lacks a heap of being rued by the second day for a hour to oae
probllk WEPT OVER NIAGARA hour and a halt. after which the
Iay walked up an down the room __ ready to be pl ase in cans a
for several minutes without ayt This terrib calamity oftea hap- teril e Fruit gathere tp when a i I
a word. Then he termed fall upon peas b eu a careless b, b ue- teate a m tin o at p the
the other man and spoke very qalet- uas the river's waraa - row m ag n And -al l n Msin
F: "d. LI don't look ink a lbag rppemand aster creMt*g. Na.tuil l3 terp. I,* oro bs
haired fta.t-. or a cold water wrsm ar knd. aThe dull palm or privatet ade o me.
crak? rm a prhbltist for bus- acheInfthe back waras yon the kid- PAYS thoheftepriceand Is AmoS 1
101 ra0om1 Yes0 uad, you ane my1 need attenti.i t you would es- A aS ?le M n i Uw
rhtht ift e Of Ua&SIAMa &Av SbaIM.__- *.-.-. Z .Ae.,sir.abl A.-& eelrble. A ample aa i all t- -.

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