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, I : . 1." 1 ! i 7 Vclcic 1G, No. 119. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1010. Fifty Cents a H2eaCi; C5 a Yccr PRIWG 'PEES 6wtlg Sprfij fct fcM fM liac It. ama Mm ta4 Maotf is voar cntra NriM to ttm tttttt to I9ILS, CAB- i&ciEs, tfseusu. uofcxES. EMFTICXS, Etc., M narfict aad My H ba't u tic. TAKE SiniONS LIVER REGULATOR K3V to vtkt tff war LlfEl, aarlfrroar IM m4 rid Mm syftaa f all impitri thM accaawfalatf tfariitf tfca Viatar. waatais Liru kssutoi It tte Dsst Blood Purifier ASK GRAND MA SUITS HAVE DEEU SETTLED 11 SHE KNOWS IT FIGURING On buying a Buggy? Drop in and see our line of Vehicles, which we are of fering from $40 up. For quality, and workmanship, you can't beat our pric es. Ve are also headquarters for Har ness, Laprobes and all accessories. KNIGHT & LANG OCALA - - FLORIDA 12" 'i - l ; 4 - i$)i:ifi :fa1 ylV -- - :ii2i. si:itMig:iis O ill; MURIUM ;f:vr c ai:h (37i:ii:(c : .VtWillftMUKi u on no 8dCO) o PHONOGRAPH Don't think ot Duymg any sound reproducing instrument until you have thoroughly Investigated the Edison, The Amberola, Amberol Records, also Standard, we have the full line. PHONOGRAPHS FRO LI $12. TO $200, Always pleased to show same. A. E Burnett JEWELER - MERCHANTS BLOCK, OCALA, FIiA.. Caiim of ImaorUare to Florida Before the tailed Mate Sopreme Court Have Been Compromlaed Washington, Oct. 14. Among the important actions taken by the first real session of the supreme court of the United States were suits vitally affecting Florida, among them the following: The Southern States Land and Tim ber Company, appellant, against Al bert Gilchrist, as governor of the state of Florida, et al; the Florida Land and Timber Company, appellant, against Gov. Gilchrist, et al; the Con solidated' Land Company, appellant, against Gov. Gilchrist; the Empire Land Company, appellant, against Gov. Gilchrist, et al; the Model Land Company, appellant, against. Gov. Gil christ, et al., and the Florida East Coast Railway Company, appellant, against Gov. Gilchrist, et aL, were all dismissed by terms of a private set tlement, each party to the suits hav ing paid its and their cost per stip ulation of counsel. The foregoing cases arose over the drainage of the Everglades. CAPTAIN ROGARDUS AGAI.V HITS THE BULL'S EYE This world famous rifle shot who holds the championship record of 100 pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is liv ing at Lincoln, 111. Recently inter viewed, he says: ' "I suffered a long time with kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known kidney medicines, all of which gave me no re lief until I started taking Foley Kid ney Pills. Before I used Foley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy voiding. On arising in the morning I would get dull headaches. Now I have taken three bottles of Fo ley Kidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better. I am never bothered with my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self." Sold by the Court Pharmacy. Thelma. nEVEHIDf.E WOST BE BEATEN If Teddy' Word Vutn Any lee In Indiana Veedersburg, Ind., Oct. 14. Theo dore Roosevelt yesterday opened the campaign in behalf of Senator Albert J. Beveridge, making a speech here in which he emphatically indorsed Sen ator Beveridge as a man who stands for what is good in American, life. He also indorsed his stand in favor of the tariff commission. SAVED FROM THE GRAVE "I had about given up hope, after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung trouble." writes Mrs. M. L. Dix, of Clarksville, Tenn. "Often the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not lo any work, but Dr. King's New Discovery has made me feel like a new person. Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs." Obstinate coughs, stubborn colds, hay fevr, lagrippe, asthma, croup, bronchitis and hemor rhages, hoarseness and whooping cough, yield quickly to this wonderful medicine. Try it. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists. Thelma. MHS. MARTIN OF UNSOUND MIND Newark, N. J., Oct. 14. Physicians yesterday reported submitted reports declaring Mrs. Caroline B. Martin, one of the three Wardlaw sisters charged with the murder of Mrs. Ocey W. M. Snead, in East Orange, to be of un sound mind and unfit for trial. How ever, several days will likely elapse before Judge Ten Eyck decides whether she can be tried for her life. "IT BEATS ALL" . This is quoted from a letter of Mr. Stockwell, Hannibal, Mo. "I recently used Foley's Honey and Tar for the first time. To say I am pleased does not half express my feelings. It beats all the remedies I ever used. I con tracted a bad cold and was threatened with pneumonia The first doses gave relief and one bottle completely cured me." Contains no opiates. Sold by the Court Pharmacy. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deaf ness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an In flamed condition of the mucous sur faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any, case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills, for constipation. 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 stables. READ THIS Dunnellon, Fla., Sept. 1st., 1909. I have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. Louis, Mo., for six years. Every bottle I sell adds a customer for it. It is a genuine cure for kidney, blad der and rheumatic troubles. George Ohnmacht, Merchant. Sixty days days' treatment in each bottle. HOUSES FOR SALE Two elegantly located dwellings for sale. On one of the best streets in the city, only six blocks from court house. Properties in first class condition: all modern conveniences in houses. Owner wants- more room further out. Ad dress Box 606, city. WIHIY Do you send for the doctor when there is sickness in the home? Because he is the one who, through study and training, is best fitted to treat illness successfully. That's his business. Our business is to compound scientifically the medicine your doctor wants and we are the best fitted, through experi ence and facilities, to do his bidding. Bring every prescription to us for re sults. THE COURT PHARMACY BIDS WANTED FOR NEW JAIL BUILDING Notice is hereby given that at the regular meeting of the board on the 9th day of November, this board of county commissioners wiH consider the question of the erection of a county jail for Marion county, Flor ida. George MacKay, Chairman, The Board of County Commissioners of Marion County, Florida. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. GENEROUS AND CHARITABLE WISH "I wish all might know of the ben efit I received from your Foley's Kid ney Remedy," says I. N. Regan, Far mer, Mo. His kidneys and bladder gave him so much pain, misery and an noyance, he could not work, nor sleep. He says Foley's Kidney Remedy com pletely cured him. Sold by the Court Pharmacy. AUTO FOR HIRE By applying to day 'phone 284 or night 'phone 94, you can secure first class auto service. Wilbur Smith. A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOT A NARCOTIC Get the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar in the yellow package. It is safe and effective. Contains no opiates. Refuse substitutes. Sold by the Court Pharmacy. COTTAGE FOR SALE AUTOIST KILLED AND AVIATOR BADLY INJURED Amarillo. Texas, Oct. 14. T. II. Skaggs of Decatur, Ala., was instant ly killed yesterday when the ninety horsepower Simplex car he was driv ing in a 200-mile automobile race, turned turtle. He was crushed under neath it. Skaggs ha lost two laps because of tire trouble and was driv ing desperately to regain the lost ground when an inner wheel gave way. An hour later Thomas Benoist, a St. Louis aviator, after making two suc cessful flights in a Curtiss biplane, was struck by a propeller while ad justing his engine and lies in a local hospital in a critical condition. THE DEMON OF THE AIR is the germ of lagrippe, that, breath ed in, brings suffering to : thousands. Its after effects are weakness, ner vousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys. The greatest need then Is Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood purifier and regulator of stom ach, liver and kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of grip. If-suffering, try them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists. STATE AND COUNTY LICENSES NOW PAST DUE 1911 state and county licenses were due October 1st, 1910. Please give this matter your immediate attention. E. L. Carney, Tax Collector. Shopping anxieties are reduced to a single thought; that's Fishel's. A neat, well located, new cottage of five rooms; good corner lot; cash or reasonable terms. Apply at once to F. W. Ditto. THE CALL OF THE BLOOD For purification, finds voice in pim ples, boils, sallow complexion, a jaun diced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin all signs of liver trouble. But after Dr. King's New Life Pills make rich red blood; give clear skin, rosy cheeks, fine complexion, health. Try them. 25c at all druggists. Thelma. SITTING DOWN ON THE STRIKERS Paris, Oct. 14. The French govern ment is meeting the situation result ing from the general strike with a degree ot firmness that challenges the admiration even of those who sympathize with the strikers. Large numbers of troops stand ready to an swer the call in case rioting is resort ed to. and the situation seems to be so- well in hand that immediate at tempts at destroying life and prop erty will not be made. MAKES RUGS And Mends All Manner of Clothes The public is respectfully reminded that Mrs. J. L. Avery, an almost help less woman, 80 years of age. but active with her needle, is prepared at all times to make rugs for those needing same and also will do all manner of repair work on clothes. She would be thankful to those who have strips of cloth of any kind to be used in making rugs. Come in and inspect her work. No. 123 Orange avenue, Ocala. Thelma. REGISTRATION NOTICE The registration books for the city are now open. Parties wishing to register may do so by calling at the city clerk's office on or before Novem ber 12, 1910. H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk and ex-Officio Super visor of Registration. REC06IIIZING THE REPUBLIC European Nations Realize that the Portusuew Moaarray Has llMome a Thlnic of the Past Lisbon. Oct. 14. The provisional government has received a telegram from President Comtesse, of Switzer land, announcing that government's recognition of the Portuguese repub lic. The British minister. Sir FrancLs II. Villieres handed the premier a note yesterday stating that Great Britain would recognize the republic as soon as it was convinced that the revolution was absolutely ended and affairs in -Portugal were in a normal state. The government has Issued a decree granting treneral amnesty to all mil itary and naval offenders. The patri arch of Lisbon. Monsignor Tonti. it is announced, has signified his allega tions to the new regime. GLADYS HALL Daisy, Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Griner Farm have the sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their sweet little daughter, Gladys, aged three years. She was a sweet and loving little girl. She made many friends everywhere she went. Her mother had been very 111 for three months and little Gladys had come to make her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Marsh at this place until her mother regained her health. On Oct. 6th she was taken very ill and died the following day. She will be long remembered by every one who knew her. She leaves a father and mother, one little sister. Grandmother Hall and Grandmother Marsh to mourn her untimely death. The little body was laid to rest in the Fort McCoy cemetery In the family burial grounds. A Friend. V i : i(Scn)tttt(D)IleM(Bl aatJfcaBTjaBBBBBaaank. it rh -s?fctL rn II GENERAL COOK Tho way to healthful cooking is to start right with Cotloiene. Cott'jcne-cooked food agrees with one because Cottolcm contains not an ounce of hog fat it is a vege- table instead of an animal product. Its wholesomeness and purity are vouched for by Nature. Cottolene is "the fat from the flower." All the country's best cooks Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rorer, Mrs. Helen Armstrong, Marion Harland, Lida Ames Willis, and a dozen others of national reputation recommended Cotto lene in preference to lard or any other medium for frying and shortening. Isn't the testimony of such experts worth something to you ? Order a pail of Cottolene from your grocer to-day and learn why it "shortens your food lengthens your life." Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Listen to theTIan who Knows I Hittsdale. Mass.. Oct. 11. Brig. Gen. John I. Cook, aged 8H, who as a com mander of the Union army received the surrender of Fort. Donelson from the Confederate forces, died at his home in this county yesterday. Gen. Cook commanded the first volunteer force formed in Illinois in the civil war. HILLY It Alt N ES FEELS BAD Old Guard Republican Leader Knocked Down and Kicked for Falling New York, Oct. 14. The resignation of William Barnes, Jr., the Albany ' old guard" leader, from the state committee was the big event in re publican circles here yesterday. Mr. Barnes' letter of resignation said that the failure to reappoint him on the executive committee indicated either that his services were no longer use ful or that lie was "faithless" to the republican ticket. Thelma. A REASONABLE EXPLANATION Several weeks ago Aaron K. Bash ani. a well known citizen of Jackson ville, disappeared from his home, and at first almost everyone, including his young wife, believed he had been the victim of foul play. Recent develop ments go to show that Basham took all the money he could lay his hands on and skipped out. $ttO,000 Reward for a Florldlaa That Has Never Heard of PLANK'S CHILL TONIC. It's guaranteed to cure malaria, chills, fever, cold and lagrippe. Guar anteed to cure a cold In one night, la grippe in three nights. Takes the place of calomel. Your money back if it does not. For sale at all first-class drugs ores KEYS LOST Lost on the streets of Ocala, a bunch of keys containing an office, trunk, door, postoffice and satchel key. Belt hook attached to ring: also bottle opener on ring. Finder please leave at Star office. If you are from the North, East or West, call on us for we know your wants. We have the purest drugs, careful, competent pharmacists and lowest prices. Tydlngs & Co. PUDDINGS made from Jell-O ICE CREAM Powder Are the easiest made anl most de licious ever s rvtl by the finest cooks. Siuily stir the powder into milk, loil a few minutes, and it's dne. Anyone can do it. Directions printed on the pac kage. Ice Cream niad from Jell-O Ice a! Cream Powder costs only oue cent a dish. Flavors : Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon, Chocolate, and TJnflavored. At Grocers', 2 packages 25 cents. Beautiful Uecipe Book Free. Ad dress, The Genesee Pore Food Co Le Soy, N. Y. " rl Of Merest to f Hnose Wto Lite flood f liigs to Eat Below you will find a list of goods JUST IN. This Winter we expect to have a more complete stock of Groceries than ever. Look for New Arri vals, they will be com ing all the month. A'OKWAY SAKIHXES (Smoked in ltoullion) W1I1TK rilKIHUKS (In Maraschino With Steins) ( IIF.ICKIKS, Creme tic Mente Flavor IMXKAl'l'LK Cl'BKS iii:i:i:ic; in holllion Kiii'i:m:i iikhking coi jiok i:JLIS!I CIIAXXEIj mack Kit ml (Tins) DEVILKI) CIIAHS CKAll MEAT SIIHIM1 LOnSTKILS CJEKMAX SALOMI SAUSACE BEECII-XUT SLICED SAUSAGE (In Jars) HOLSTEIER SAL SAGE CltAXKKItRIES HOLLAND I.UXCII CHEESE lIogi'EFOUT CHEESE, JARS CAMEMIJEHT CHEESE, TINS IMI'OUTEl) SWISS CHEESE i :r ssi ax caviar AXCHOVIES I II CA XI IS Al SAUCE DUXIIEE'S MA RMALAIIE IIUXIIEE'S PURE FRUIT JAMS CRVSTALIZEII GINGER PRESERVED GINGER CLAM CHOWHER UNDERWOOD'S DEVILED HAM - CURILW'TS FRENCH MUSTARD PURE SAP MAPLE SYRUP NORWAY MACKEREL ;kioi dill pickles SOLE AGENTS for Royal Scarlet Canned Goods and Cbase & Sanborns' Fine TEA and COFFEE. The 0. K. f eapot Giroceiry HARVEY CLARK, Proprietor - TWO PII0NES 174 and 16 MI CH TIIOI IILE; "0 MOXEV WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO. Collier Bros., Proprietors Phone 296. Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furni ture and Safes a Specialty. Careful and Prompt Attention Given all Orders. We Solicit Your Patronage. Colorado ItandHi Found Door of the Proctor State llank Too StronaT for Dynamite or Drill Proctor, Colo.. Oct. 14. Four mask ed men, heavily armed, rode Into Proctor yesterday, shot up the town, dynamited the state bank and escaped after a running fljdu with citizr-ns. They sot no money. The first intimation ot the bandits' presence was Kiven by an explosion of dynamite that wrecked the outer door of the safe in the bank. For an hour thereafter every man who wan dered Into Main street was shot at by one of two bandits who stood on a corner. The other two worked stead ily trying to drill the inner door of the safe, but finally gave it up. The four mn mounted and rode toward Sterling, shooting up the town as they lt-ft. 1897 1910 THERE'S A'TOEEE In the lives of most men and women, when it would be very convenient to have a little money laid away which they could call their own. Many times even a small amount would relieve embarrasment or actual needs. Out bank is at your disposal for the accumulation of small amounts as well as large. The Munroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala, Florida If It Isn't an Eaatmaa, It Iant Kodak KODAK Is our registered and common-law j trade-mark and cannot be rightfully t applied except to goods of our manu- facture. When a dealer tries to sell : you a camera or film or other goods j not of our manufacture under the Ko- j dak name, you can be sure that he has ; an inferior article that he Is trying to market on the Kodak reputation, j and he also makes himself liable to suit by us for damages and injunction. The Post Office Drug Store Is the only authorized dealer in Kodak goods in Ocala. EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester, N. T. I SAVE BY Cheaper Than Sklafflea, Tin or Iron. Alt for Pamphlet and Sample. V Sale T Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co. r V" . .i J . t.