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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: September 24, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03513
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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V1 alume 12, Number 91


OCAT i, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1906


A.Ne of Everything A L NIp T IN ATANTA

.-at s Good to Eat


1or the Pecple of



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TE&POT GROCERY

A LAFUR ITURE CO


:r;ice AnyWhere. Any Tif.e
.: Wh te et dede.
S- r t' tvmba.rs ,ng and Fun
C 'cttnq is a Delicate Ore

it b~e 6st for Ton to En-
SA*: 'iur :o Those 0ho Ap .re-
L- Iticicv. and Wlvts Kcv
:'. HiLtest Standkrd
P..PH ORDERS RECEIVE
P4OMP ATTENTION

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,: :, 0B TS. Ocala, [fa.


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JEWELER

Ss a Complete Stock of
Jewelry. Consisting of
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\D- OF REPAIRING.


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.c trical Supplies.







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Tucker.


he Art of

uying a Piano

i Something That
v: eryone Does Not
Have
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C,,.en to : .erzy by Repeated Out-
;Cee o n Vc.'cmen. the White People
c" tic Cty Took Indiscriminate Ven-
c-'anre on the Negroes
S. a. m.-Re-
-'- ; : nt" ' o i rt i- )ut-
** . i .f te.-
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S -' in: n ci -ti-et ccor-
.. .," ',..*n ; ai:c .ntly awaiting
: -. Ai is fi,-, in the '-en-

5oldier D;dn't Want to Shoot
T :..:-v L,. 1 r-a called out,
S- \ .: '. .\\ i; I; i'oblizing.
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DON'T FAIL

Phione


And Get Our Prices on

and F

We are also prepare

:Telephone Lines and

eral Repair Wcrk.

Shop and Sale Rooms Oppo

THE FLORIBA PLUMB


Phone 15.


B.LW4


WHAT WILL HAPPEN THIS WEEK'


", '.....i fi f Coming Events Are Pulled Off Ac-
S- .. :.: fr. nl. cording to the Program
:: '* .,-:;,nin is authority for the Washington. Sept. 24.--Political In-
'. t tifte-n negroes have terest during the week will center In
S" New York State, were both the re-
., i: ini ,.,adI l.. Iss than a .,ublicans and democrats are to hold
S, ,t ;'. A'-c' iaed IPr~ss of- t.,-ir noinl ating conventions Tuesday,
S' *. th.- ,-..inocratas meeting in Buffalo and
Ten Ncgroes K;led and Many Injured ':h: reuhlbcann In Saratoga.
During the week there will be a no-
.- :. t '-. -'-, aegr' s are table celetration at Colorado Springs
.,. ., .,.- .-qi kill,. anud un\eri- ,f the centennial anniversary of the
b,,: !::,. I.e rv- ,ivetd of as discver of Pike's Peak. Vice Preil-
:. :, kil'-, L .v a ii mob as- int Fairhbanks and other public men
i ,, sI i- ,.- f Atlanta to- off note are to take iart in the cele-
- .". .I" ,*. ; .n l ,ealt roughly bn tion.
S, ~~,x, \i c, (;me along. William J. Bryan will continue his
"* ,,' .- ht ,,%lung ith the speaking tour in the South. and will
S. he heard in a number of places in the
\,. I.,,k, ,,t in vaios parts Indian Territory and elsewhere.
tn a. p li.:r-nly alKu' the The League of American Municipal-
"'- iities will hold a three days' conven-
nl, ;:n.i;. m,,nh ra;thred in the t..n in Chicago. the principal feature
1,r I -chre st.. .. tree. I --


--- ,:- Mi! i-ta and I-ca-
*" .1 -' i -,. r-, I* [ *;:! Ii ', i' 1 'g -i t .
Other Acts of Violence
1 -: .:': in i- :1 i \-ile(nce dealt ne-
S- *- -.-.ti c,,rld be found,
'.;', -n. \' t,l.,.\\ s w \ ret smi-ashed.
S .,4 I',--It' l: t ;Inlsl \ r-irF wreck-
;i, L ,'- : h I its w\i!l reckless-
.. .-. ,, h-itate- it r.,thing.
S------- ...*'. .r-, ii;eirti to this vio-
t !,, ,:< 'i f thr. e a- ttinpt-ts at
S; -n \. v I i n \ -n n the out-
S i- ti i n. .tlf \ l*t;ailing ;lihf aeinmptel as-
",! - ];:::,r! t.r !inl h-;adlihef cov,\'cring
.* i; til ,f t!ic, .a2- \\>ere pot out to-
S .* T' f :'Itorn ,'"n t-ap't rs. and
*- ,..) re [-i. 1i'd ini the assemb-

Pc'ice Were Powerless
T .:; c ,: o -:-,i .artnie soon found it-
i- .-i -s i-i to al x\ith the Pstua-
'. ,i i,..-h il'- f'ul foi 'ce \was called
*' .\ ...in :i a it ,lii.,-r sel the crowd
i. ,t ia. ii it I t;, enr-tiibl in an-
"i'' i ii ,gr, halrtieors were
ki'.- I .it rI .- Z t S!l -t- l fr'ill thle post-
.1, ,.-. \ i ;. *.-kjTi, at their chairs.
Tv.. I : i n-ezr--.s x erer hauled
f",,i0 ;i at ; t': l '1.1cfled and beaten to
i. :ii,. *,:-! ,aughi by a small
S, ., \,,.- -,i !,hri- -uilh the lungs and
,: e] 'i I{,- \'>ill ; ie.
A i!,z7-!' ,- 'i '!-4 ha\-e been carried
S ;:,. ,;,', ':,*- i'alt ha, lly wounded.
S >:ii brines some fresh
;i' .' ; ;n : ..- i' cl' ] lic- e took charge
,' r, ,,'-: \\,-, ; ,itu to, fall into
:!,- i '. 1i:' and gcot then
*' f w:'' W' .
Turned the Hose on Them
1 I;: :'y !tie 'ire d.;pal nment was c1l-
u: ;,1 sx.-ti:itl sections of hose
a-- .'. .l :, pl.s. W after was
Si \': tn it, :;n iOs wherever they
i. e : .. h- 1. ;-.d1 t.i y were scat-
-, ,;I o :. t.-seP..btle somewhere

..: ::'i i.ili' ;,iorern,!- Terrell had
*. , '1 -- i, l. an- every m militia
S;: :. i !n c" icv \;. I 4 ;'. ,' .i,.: ,.f the sheriff and
.- \ .t-" 'ilI.-d at their

N :,. .: -i:,'\..- his face on
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i k '. ', ii n. i \\tre sta-
* i), ,14 :; it:- ar tlin s and
i, 't ..-.:. \' -," ,nf i thle cars
* x\.. v iv -..- i., z,, t iff aind go
* a *i ', t lo\ i'., they
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iwbin- a discussion of the question or
nni,!ntilal ownership.
The new neutralization law, which is
aim .-d t, make it more difficult for un-
tidsiable aliens to became citizens of
the United States. will become opera-
tive Thursday.
The football season among the big
1 stern colleges will begin in earnest
Saturday. when Princeton, West Point,
Pennsylvania and other teams" will
nake their Initial appearance on the
gi idiron for the season.

A SCIENTI";C WONDER
The cures that stand to its credit
make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a Rscen-
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro. Pa., of a distressing case
of pile#;. .It heals-the worst, burns.
sores. boils, ulcers, cuts. wounds, chil-
t.lalns and salt rheum Only 25e. at
Tydings & Co's. drugstore.
WANTED-This office will very
much appreciate the loan of the Amer-
ican Magazine (Prank Leslie's) for
June. The edition is exhausted.


J. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Voice Upstairs, Commercial Bak Bld'g
OCALA, FLA.

Terms Cash.


A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beef, Pork!

And Mutton,

Vegetables, Fruits, Po-ltry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
series, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or


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ders and tLey will
prompt attention

E. SMITH.


have


No. 98 North Magnolia St.


An Once of Prevention Phone 14
Sx. .; :. f cure. There are hone
',* ; ; "- i, t r .< c urs .ump tiv e s. !i
,- h '*- : ,* *- ,.f g,-tting well--
V >takc iek i ctre of them-
*h c e A cough i KAY
,f o: f consumption. 1 al- i
-11, ,H ; n; S ;'r.I 1 will cure that
t\w-it. Falls. nIojn- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
"'I I-, v,'- used BPallard's

I 1' An ti" -Mnpl Undertakers and Embalmers
D. E. McIVER M. G. BROWN
TA!L END OF THE TYPHOON Undertakers
C ve the Fl.p.ne Islands a Side Swipe Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
as It Passed
iAll Work Don* by Licensed Em-
:, ": -.. fManisa* lo balmers and Fully Guaranteed-
l*- 1: r iT-- s-tui I of Manila.


R. D. FULLER.


L.F. BLALOCK.


FULLER & B.ALOCK

DENTAL SURGEONS

Offce Over lurse dt CbnMlis' Buk
OCALA. FLA.


Ti&lS, Cash$




CLARK BROS.


HAVE WHAT YOU WANT
TRY THEM ANh SEE.
Virginia Cured Hams.
Swift's Premium Hams.
Armour's Star Hams.
Armour's Melrose Break-
fast Bacon.
Kingan's Boneless Break-
fast Bacon.
Diamond X Butter.
Stuffed Mangoes.


Sweet Midget
Bulk.
Sweet Mixed
Bulk


Pickle


Pickle


Following Is a list of those who went .-
on the excursion to the Everglades last 1
week:
Governor N. B. Broward. Tallahas-
see, Leon county; Jas. E. Hendry. Port
Myers. Lee county; A. F. Lovering,
Tampa, Hlllisborough county; Syd IL
Carter. Gainesville, Alachua county;
Mayor H. A. Hendry, Fort Myers, Lee
county; J. C. Heard. Tampa. Tll t -or-
ough county; J. Hall Brum ey, De-
Land, Volusia county; H. C. Bark-
man, Zolfo. DeSoto county; E F. Beck-
ham, Atlanta, Fulton county. Ga.: *
A. Luckey, LaBelle, Lee county; A. 3L V |
Morgan. Lake City, Columbia county;
H. W. Snell, Winter Haven. Polk coun-
ty: J. F. Richbourg, Laurel Hill. Wal-
ton county; A. M. C. Russell, Brook-
ville, Hernando county; C. B. Foster, '
Caloosa, Lee county; W. B Barney.
Alva. Lee county; R. L Raymond. St. M.dA _
Petersburg, Hlllsborough county; I
W. Coxe, Upcohall. Lee county; Hon. IL g Mif r
F. W. Wilson. Fort Myers, Lee county;
Wilford Clarkson, chairman county It Ws. Se Ow n l
democratic executive committee, Tam-
pa. Hllaborough county; E M. Hendry. .I I d U
Hillsborough county: J. C. Convers,
Tarpon Springs, Hll borough county:;
S. P. Bruton, Alva, Lee county; LD. C.eb h*as, W1-
Geiger, Apopka, Orange county; Rev. r -
H. C. Peelman. Fort Myers. Lee coun- --
ty; W. M. Hendry, Fort Myers, Lee
county: Captain F. A. Hendry, La-
Belle. Lee county; Jno. W. Newman.
Fort Myers, Lee county; W. OGrlfft.
Fort Myer., Lee county; Hon. Robert
McNamee, Tampa, Hillsborough coun- IL D oGA6I
ty; Geo. M. Goolsby, Wauchula, DeSo-
to county; J. C. Burwell, Brooksxllie, "
Hernando county; W. Ro. Wallnae.
Estero, Lee county: Hon. E. L Evans,
Fort Myers. Lee county: A. 0. Oglesby.
Callahan, Nassau county; L N. W th-
ers, Lake county. .C. L Bittlnger,
Ocala,. NMflon county; T. B. Ctile, T R|F
Arcadia. DeSoto county; W. W. Book-
er, Arcadia. DeSoto county; T. W.
Henderson. Tallahassee. Leon county;
R. E. Rose. Tallahassee. Leon county: For i U
A. P. Jorlan. Punta Gorda, DeGoto
county: T. H. Humphries. Bralden- GiVe Z
town. Manatee county; Stephen Mel-
ton. Jacksonville. Duval county; Har-
ry L. Brown. St. Augustlne, St. Johns r'l m l V
county; T.. B. Lanier, Tavares, iake
county: W. K. Jaclkson. lakeland. Polk
county: Phillip Isacs. Fort Myera, C a e a n d
Lpe county: Frank E. Harris, OcCalaa., C sesand
Marion county; Edward Parkinson.
Alva, Lee county; A. 0. Hires, F. De-
raud. Lee county; R. W. WilliUa Ft.
Denaud. Lee county; Frank C. Alder- -
man. Fort Mye. Lee county; P. B
Tripplns, Fbrt Myers. ee county:;
(Papt. G. B. Reynolds. Fort Myers, Lee
county; W. W. Raymond, Alva, L ee S
county; Taylor Frierson. LaBelle. e iSo If e
county: l E. Goodno. LaBelle Lee
county; H. E. English, Alva. Lee m mt m Ac d=
county; W. S. Turner, Fort Myers, Lee
county L. T. Baldwin, Ft. Denaud, ov" a LaA *U nIoiT
Lee county: W. T. Hull, LaBelle. Lee
county; W. S. Hanson. Fort Myers. Lee
county ; W. B. Powell. St. Petersburg. W I
Htllsborough county. ^ -

Pain From a Bum Premptly Refleved
by Chamberain's Pain alr m I
A little child of Michael Strvemas of J .
Vernon. Conn., was recently In great i.s r*.A
pain from a burn on the hand, and as


0. K. BROOERY.
Phone 174

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C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Bulder.

Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request

129 South Third Steet,
Ocala, Fla.

DISTILLED WATER-Froe Delivery

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OCALA ICE & FUEL CO, Ocala, Fla.


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TO CALL UP f |S fl FE [ET EP

No. 15 -
Four White Wesn Asml ,ed i. sad
Around Atueaf t d y sem s I OW '-'t -
i Electric Wirng, Fas ^a-**ze to

itnres. Atlanta. Sept. 24.-There were r
fixtures attempted seaults on white weas9
by negroes tn and around Atlanta atf-
S* urday, and theseand tle publlMatiEofHit
red to build and repair them extra ed toe th erit .. -
the mob which killed ten or fi fteen m e-
t rs and d G n- groe In the city Saturday nitht
Motors, and do Gen- M. i. ..4y w OK o-
Mrs. IAmmsIe old. In yea ..s.
wife of Henry ChanRh, a former, w
attacked by a negro at her bome ne .
Sugar Creek. several mies trfrom the
sit the Pc toEk Drg~tre center of the city. She screedan a n
2te the Fcxtoffim nrste the negro. who had caught hold of aher, T
ran. He was caught.T
ING & ELE TRI C o. Mrs. Frank Arnold. n yet"rs oVl.
Ir & ELECIC COa IS 180 Jullan street was grabbed by IL a--* " .....
regro at 7 o'clock ai the evenly as
* i she went on the back pe t of her
home. Ir ArnoM s med a4 = ? "
Brought mernber o ber t aiy a,
neighbors to-her rreca. T ta egre ra
DUTCH DISCIPLINE off into the woods, ad escaped. .
Later a negro named Henry Gret'
Princes of Pasar Captured and 400 of was arrested on suspicion of having
Their Subjects KHed attacked Mrs. Arnold, and was card
Their Subjects Kriled
to the jail.
The Hague. Sept. 24.-An official At 7:30 p. m. a negro stepped on
dispatch from Baly Island, off the Ma- the back porch of the home of M iss e i
lay Archipelago, east of Java, where Elma Lancaster at 182 Davis street- to .. V
the Dutch have been conducting mill- and attacked her. Her creams brought ,a1 L 9
tary operations against recalcitrant help and the negro ran. 8be was ta-
chieft report the capture of two prtac- ken into the house in an unIonsI0oUa IodJs giM a mast
es at Pasar. th.ir women and children, condition.
Followers of the princes, numbering The' fourth attempt was upoo Mrs. A-(-
400 men. were killed In the sortie. Mattle Holcombe, an aged woman a el
The Dutch lost four killed and ten 275 Magnolla street. A nero tried to A
wounded, enter her room through a window Sat- L W V.
urday night. Her screams drove him- "
THE TEXAS WONDER away. '. :
Cures all kidney, bladder and rhe- These four attempted asaults to l-
m.ttic trouble. Sold by.all drugists. lowed half a dozen ases occurring_ ...
or two month's treatment by mail for within the last ten-a'weeks. '
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2e6 Olive street,
St. Iouis. Mo. Send for t'stlmonials. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER
Sold in Ocala by the And-Monopoly
Drugstore. One of the worst feature of kid-l t
GINNING AND BUYING COTTON ey, trouble is that it is an Inldiou
disease and before the victim rneafses
his danger he may have a fatal ma-
Will buy or gin cotton. Highest lady. Take roley's Kidney Cure the elet fi fn~ Don't b*t SsiL .. '-'
market price paid for the same. i the first sign of trouble as It corrects & t..W
J. W. Fant. Morriston, Fla. Irregularities and prevents Bright's
S-.. disease and diabetes. Sold by all
dealers. l


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EVENING STAR A.Valble Aget.
I Th gtyesammptm 1 Dr. PIUn*f
C .. BITTINGER & CO. i -s esA aarat yihaa the m_--
-__ e aer which t extracts and
holds ia Uaa mca better them ale-
Btt;nger and R. R. Carran ha wreld. It aho p n ares edici
Op oopFrt, sd t n, biefg a valiabl
-: t nrs ar. ubilhsbers. demule saltriti ve.ta rtie tl5 sa
ti--- en It adds greatly to the cfae
C. L_ BITTINGER. of the DBlcQ Cheyrryb, Gr. oil
Ed o~' and General Manager tI i w in Golt Medial Discoverya Ia
__ Fubdtuing chronic, or lingertug cor4gs,
R. R. CARROL. trochl, throt at lIflg afeetions,
fo : al if which th s am s ane repi-
SB Ma end b standard awical sutorltI
*. Ed. r -nao Busin,-s Manager. In al e as when there i wastl
a=- .of .esh, less of aetlte, with
c wek tHra as l a the etirt stages of
-E EVERGLADES EXCURSION cosoumpt&ioa.wae n ea s odobt tht
- g lcertne act act a valuale nutritive and
-: -K- eho *,*" rang ids th G lrboo al Sto e rot,
S. a f the' QueP'se root lad Blaci Cerrryberk I
SaI rooting 'igsttoo and building up the
;**. < .r! Myers :gIndstreagth, coatrollita the cough
::rr'r IS. and aid briaglt about a healthy craditiob
Sof the w sle sca Of cou..e, It rmust
*r*tl and breakfast 1 t be expected to work miracle. It wiU
h: p rnr dorck the river not tUre cor.uiption e-. pt In itsearler
S. sr--s. It will cure. ry saeve, obstin-
S-. ;,. and Th4,. A. 1di- Iat_ chronic ooahb, bronchial and lIryn-
S ver.t visitors, ieal trouble, c*d chrmlic san threat
:. -ah ith hoarvra. In aetse acouh t ts
S . ... ,-ht not oe4tect:re. It Is In tbe angering
:. i:. .- .-ry broad eCoug, or those of log stanldg, even
M.. ...... -, ha v w B-hn -e?- pr-t*4 by hleedin frcm
-n-".. th h" a vol- lu gs, that it has prforncd It mst
S: .n rl- dn-vn the stream,i marvelous cures. Send for ad read the
th-at no eu.rr--t is! litte book of extracts, reatng of t
Iromrfas no urrt is of the nPeeral Med-
"u t: rast the A. C. i fdal roots that enter te Dr. PkrE'
.- -,-': -, -,me eight miles Go!dea Medial Diwscovery ndlearn wy
m tb meedicise has sch a wide rangsd
-, t,:-.k- gradually grow pplcatio il 'the cure scaM I Is
- -hw bette an. o Address Dr. I V. r,
%:*ale, N. Y. The Discovery c
:I v -:, -rrily until we ta inm O alcol or hariful, habi t-f0r
S .-r aa ilenitc had been !w ltf' I dlts all rented o each
... -a ; ole w rpfi In plain _lLh.
:.,n- rvrrnor and the 'i;ck people, especially those fon
l .-. -h chief exeru- itsdis dea ofllong taadinI, are tlyted
r i ito consult Dr. Pierce by letter .r. All
S : -. -nT ary c. orrespondence is held aUstrcy private
S~i ,.r- i:,.-~'-. ar.l in- and sacrely confidential AddrsM Dr.
S,, .L V. Ple-e. Buffalo, Y.
S .:, r. t1 e neerl of Dr. Perce's Medical Advserlis at fmr
I-.., of this won- eO receipt of stai to pay expeaoe o
mailing ont. S t21 a e-et mstaM
IV wr pILr-eWow a U ps Sofa
: i. 'r:er of Qainesville. b d opy..
-aker (f the House,
S :. f. brier remarks. Both about and shuddered to think o, did
:,-d a popular chord and not materialize, and then the wonder
.. g.-r-et*-d thom. +grew at this remarkable happening. It
Sf, ilowd and it was a wa all because of the splendid bae
:. :. -- er *-vdent at that that came across the waters, delight-
S .".-ki:a ability and no fully cooling, invigorating and exhil-
r ar h.dren were ev- aratlng. The excnrstoalet sat around
S.. .r-, J 'a- in the carnival the decks. talked. smo ad spec-
;b:i lated, and not until lte dd the sight-
i ,-, th Suwannee. our stemer, seers "pinch the wick for the aight.
r Mr H S. English. one of the E;very bunk was filled and the corners
..: ,-- ,.range growers, who for a end other available spae o the boat
..-: (,f a century has borne the were occupied with cots but a slept
S a.nd burden of the sun and comfortably, for the night in coolness
gT- th'1 perfection and profit a was an ideal one and became the mar-
S ; .fui orange grove, which is now riel of the excuraloists.
.-i ,Cy feeling the effects of the In the morning, after an exceaet
-d and he knows the impending breakfast, for be It said they fed to
:irtr. unless it is averted. keep, we crossed the lake lnto the ca-
k f. advance, the banks of the nal that connects HIepochee with
o- gro. so does the beauty of the Okeechobee. After the steaers ad
-. ;.c- Rcves. and the evidences of entered these waters and moved about
....; r visible on all sides, for water in them for some time. to give each
irc on trees showing an over- erson a taint Idea of their aetent-
frrr. three to eight feet Ina 10 miles long and W wide-ead a
Ir. -:.p instances flooding trackless sawgrass vista to the east
.. -- ,f the homes of the and southeast for over., mleom with


T :P as ,'.specially true at
-. i. ,aHli- and F'rt Thomp-
S... thhe t anks were still under
frn!n r prairie pastures of
*-- --r\ ral f-,et under the
*'I,' ,It zftream which during
S*...I: r.- rOd read out from
.* *:." ls ;cross the valley.
f *:i .-rc:am is pArticu-
-. :.:n and there was one
!: .-- I:.nd where the crew
r f i; nri f:.t;en a rone about
* -, he boat around.
: *: ;:::a( tiv\e features of
-,i' -r,.:trnm are the mang-
." *' (f :-.tlmin ttr .. a surprise

.. n the venerable
S \\ '. 1 '-1 lryt. the old Indian
: ,--. l c-:-tile man. got
*, :. in t;. '-Luation. which


data about the lake's depth, an average
of 17 to 18 feet, with an elevation of
21 feet above the Atlanti oceam, a
veritable big bowl that aits on the top
of this elevation, sending Its overflow
* ,n to the southwest into the Caloosa-
hatchee river, and at every high-water
period menacing the people who have
settled and improved the banks of the
river beyond.
Our return trip was void of excite-
ment or incident, except of the most
pleasant and instructive character, as
Governor Broward. Captain Rose, En-
gineer Newman, with the veteran set-
tiers, were ever ready to tell what they
knew o fthe history of the country.
Going up, "Uncle Steve" Melton of
Jacksonville suggested a series of res-
olutions of thanks to the Fort Myers
b< ard of trade, its generous people, as


r:;!n a- he had seen I well as those along the river, etc, and
t ih ravage.s of the at It. Denaud, the boats got together
a-. :nd knew their par- t hear their purport. Editor IMoer-
e-'. -. ning effre-ts. ing of the Daily Tampa Globe prepared
S 7hmnipson we entered the resolutions. That portion referring
." a- night iwas coating! t hospitality was unanimous, but to
0*a .L short distance endorsing the "scheme" several were
: .:t- irt .we passed the opposed. The matter was then drop-
: -.'; ~,~D list:on canal, ped until we got to Alva, when thy
,, .-im-. rs call "The were again read, after having been
r;-:,n< bhend Lake somewhat modified, and passed with-
S!..*d with hyacinhs, cut a dissenting voice. This ended the
.:. ; r -kne- ohscuredi mater until we reached Fort Myers
v r s. that it v.as and held a meeting at the hotel for a
:, v .: t. anal and general exchange of sentiments on the
-* -r ~v.iar:d out captain. r drainage, and what the visitors thought
S;- ;-n -r. rive: navigator, of Fort Myers and her generous, large-
I* u.- iiunl- y around. earted people. For this purpose Sen-


~rr-r.t. e'xcit'~neflt
-. ,z. iwt m'v.ed into
.: a. hctructcd water of
'K-h -t of water some
-C .. ':f~ iCt anthehned

'i.a f tht- unltnown
.:-ff -n our minds and
i- r tha! in case the
:!e..e arqe through and
*arde.i anci the nuck
fertile and pro-
.-.:' cl1i-nl. a half cen-
o~untry 1A~11 hold
i*. and be the most
* ;\ I-art ct the
.. .. 'f \ith railrwiad and
7 t2 eVn-t tri. Ines. pl);ng
..-in t'ut toi blush the
*....:;.....o discredit the pur-
,n intrer'pd exec-


actor Jackson of Citrus county was
trade chairman and Editor Lavering
secretary. After the resolutions were
again read Editor Jordan of the Punta
Gorda Herald and Editor Joe Hum-
:: ries of the Braidentown Journal de-
Ir;rred. The former, not that he did
think drainage a good thing, but deem-
ed the unrestricted power of the pro-
posed amendment too sweeping. while
the latter thought the same. and doubt-
ed it the scheme was feasible.
This led to counter remarks by Mr.
Melton, and all three gentlemen got
,somewhat warm under the collar, and
might have resulted In coffee and un-
iced Okeechobee water had not Gov-
ernor Broward poured diplomatic oil
-.n the troubled waters and set all at
peaceful and social quiet, which ex-
pres.ed itself In complimentary re-
marks about FPrt Myers and herw po-


ire. made a ila i t i. white iMtr HOWs THOl -
Har ris ad -M 1f w i h- b .-W-e u- One M 6ma -oe A*-
fsed to the seat that wem the Capl ward fr any ease C Carrh that ea
tal removal wa a h&au eal hIot be eOred b KJs Catapl C W.L
P. J7 3. Chm &Co. ToTdod 0.
and Ocala s a aappduat ei ae We. te m erwig.' have kaows P.
- speech at Frt Mers for Ocal They Chee for the lest 1 years *ad be
told him them that Ocala was their ft hm pm pefetly orabMe i an
business I- *-actiean and dAwYl
choice. He watched the vete ad ale to carry out any oboalMn- e
Frt Myers was true to her promise by his B fb
Walding nKimm A Marvin,
This fact ad the nsunted hospitality WboleRsw Drgitas Toledo. 0
they showed the speakers then had WMAis Catarrhb C s taken Iter-
ot been forgotten, and anything na, actit directly urou the blood
iot beas forotte, aMd aythin e rt and mucous surfaces of the aymem.
Myers asked of Ocal shlld be hers. Te~aImwma in sent tree. Price 75e. p
He also referred to the question of y bottle old by aor d i
Take Hall's Family Pll ffor coastS-
cralnage and mid he was wlini to patiog.
take much of this very large question
on faith in those who were its pros-
ent active promoters All of which L T N I
troaght Mr. Harris great applause.
The meeting was one that win do the OealTe No. 14",
cause of dranage great good, for we k O. T. N. wil hold
did not hear a man who. after he had ts regular semi-monthly meet at
seen the threatened danger impending Tonges Hall Wednesday evening. Sep.
cover the people and property of th member 26. G. WCartin. K
Calooes valley, but who said they were
entitled to relief; even Joe Humphries
said he would be willing to aid them
te the extent of $1e@,00 from state I *
funds.
One thing is certain, the idea for the Tulul Lodge. No 22. L 0 O. P,
gathering was a brilliant one and meets every Tuesday evening in
those who conceived it and put it into Tonges Hall. I Jefford N. .
-W. R. Bryant. Secretary.
execution deserve the highest com-
mendation. and be it said to the honor
of the boa.l of trade of Fort Myers. It
was their wish that no invited guest I Pe o L
should be coerced, and whether his e
coming here changed him mind on the CNolt Lo-fd S es ,o
drainage question was a matter en- i t aid P08
tirely with the guest and not with testiv Order of Elks.
those who sent the Invitation. It was Regular seasons on 2nd and 4th
a delightful meeting, and sociability ueday in each month. Viting
and cordiality marked every movement brothers cordiallr Invited.
Wn. Andmer.on, Exalted Rukr.
ol the assemblage. David S. Williams. Secretary.
Joe Humphries was a boy again as
he recalled the fact that years ago he ATLANTA' RACE WAR
helped trail Zlba Kings cattlU across
The riots in Atlnt were no t sup-
the Caloosa, and to recall his youthtful The riots In Atlant& we"enot WW
pressed until sixteen negroes had been
impulses to go in swimming, hung his killed.
clothes on a hickory limb and went The city is now full of soldiers, as-
headforemost Into the waters of Lke loons are closed and crowds are not
Hiepochee. quickly followed by Sena- allowed to form the streets.
The honest and industrious negroes
tor Henderson of Tallahaase. of Atlanta, of whom there are many,
Going up stream Joe Humphries had to reap the whirlwind the idle
spied a maiden fair in the shade of a and vicious of their race had sown. It
lovely grove and amidstower and is more than probable that none of
ove e a amidsthe victims had been guilty of any
fern and with a brilliant oriental dress criminal act.
and peekaboo, waving the excursion- The mob did not confine Its violence
its a bon voyage "Joe" took It as to neroe but Il treated some white
personal and as soon as Phil I s people, broke the windows of the Kim-
ball House and many stores.


orbs caught sight of the maiden, wav-
ing her Japanese embroidered kerchief
he, too, had an inspiration, and all
through the trip they could not forget
the lovely vision. On the return trip
"Joe" took a position behind the dining
room vestibule, and "PhiL" to gain a
lead on "Joe." took a rest on the lee
side of the boiler, each prepared to
swing their sombreros, but as fate
would have It the on did not ma-
terialise. and both these chivalric
ycuths felt sad over their bitter dis-
appointment. Even Jordan forgot a
capital fish story long enough to con-
dole with the boys.

What the people of the drainage dis-
trict want down Port Myers way Is for
the voters of the forty counties not In
the drainage district to vote so that
the people of the drainage district can
tax themselves to relieve themselves
o* the overflows which are proving so
disastrous to them. If you lively down
there you would cry out for the same
treatment.

J. W. White. editor of the Fraternal
Record, has been appointed Duval
county's commissioner at the State
Fatr. He is one of the greatest hus-
tiers in Florida.

LETTER TO Z. C. CHAMBLISS
Oala. Fla.

Dear Sir: Here's a tale with three or'
four tails to it.
Professor Irvine has an academy,
Mercersburg, Penn. He paints the
floors in summer vacation. It used
to take 0O gallons of paint. There were
two paint stores there, and he used to
buy (one year of one, next year of the
other) 90 gallons year after year.
Now he paints Devoe; 0 gallons;
and the difference is a saving of $150
a year.
H. C. Fallon was one of those deal-
ers, good man; but he wouldn't take
up Devoe; so we turned to the other.
J. A. Boyd. But Fallon has found it
necessary to get a good paint to cam-
pete with Devoe. He got one of the
eight honest points. He has a big
hardware store and is doing an excel-
lent hardware business: but Boyd, of
course, has the run on paint-he'- a
little hardware man.
We don't care how little or big a
man i, if he wants good paint and is
active and sound. Yours truly,
10. P. W. Devoe & Co.
T. W. Smith & Co. sell our paint.

DID NOT CARE
TO SPEAK TOO SOON

It is now generally conceded by peo-
ple who know that the "El Tropico
Havana Smoker," made In our own
home town. s the best smoker ever
put on the market.
Whether cigars are made in Tampa,
Key West or any other place makes
no difference; it is the quality of the
tobacco that makes a good smoke, and
not the name of the town on the box
that constitutes a good cigar. Notice
the "gree band" and take no substl-
tute, or one that sl offered you 'just


A LIVELY TUSLE
with that old enemy of the race, con-
stipation, often ends in appendIctls.
To avoid all serious trouble with
stomach. liver and bowels, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They perfect-
ly regulate these organs, without pain
or discomfort. 26c. at Tydlngs Co.,
drggists.
AMERICAN GUNBOAT LOST

Manila, Sept. 2.-It is reported that
the United States gunboat Helena has
been lost off the Chinese coast. No
particulars have been received.

Some rare bargains in Haviland
china at the Postoffice Drugstore.
The Blitchton Sunday School Con-
ventlon will begin Friday and last un-.
til Sunday evening, at that enthusias-
tic Sunday school community. As it
will represent the Baptists in the west
end of the county and oil others whose
heart Is In the great work. a large
gathering is anticipated, and those who
go will find the hearts and the homes
of the people open to the stranger and
visitor.

OF INTEREST TO MANY
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any
oase of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. Sold by
all dealers.
HORSES AND MULES

Yoo will always find at J. R. liar-
tin & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala.
and at Hugh Nichols' Wlldwood sta-
tion as good muies and horses as can
be found in Florida. For quality the
prices are reasonable. No trouble to
show animals. When in need call on
Hugh Nichols, proprietor. Oala or
Wildwood. Fla.
Have you seen our new line of beau-
tiful desks for ladies? We would take
it as a favor if you would let us show
them to you. Oeala Furniture Co.

FOR SAIE--A good meat hog for
sale at the city pound tomorrow. Sep-
tember 25, at high noon.

DOCTOR ARE PUZZLED
The remarkable recovery of Kenneth
Mclver. of Vanceboro, Me.. is the sub-
ject of much interest to the medical
fraternity and a wide circle of friends.
He says of his case: "Owing to severe
Inflammation of the throat and con-
gestion of the lungs, three doctors gave
me up to die. when, at last resort, I
was induced to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. and I am happy to say, it
saved my life." Cures the worst
coughs and colds, bronchitis, tonsilitls,
weak lungs. hoarseness and lagrippe.
Guaranteed at Tydings & Co's. drug-
store.

FOR SALE
A splendid family horse, cheap for
cash. Address this office.



CASTOR IA
1r Lats sad kilkr L

1kW g Y IMW rnvan
Bears the -


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WON -am
* w MOWsnwaila& Wgeek a Gei,' -
the ft, see.aw, Mo W. W a. ,AWi ati
Otead Ma" M r JreOe Otew w re*
uIrted ia th hol hb a i r b
Rtev. R. I i.e- a Mfa I 1 --
the eam my.a mand tahe sofne
very Impri at the I ta doe e-
tended to the newly weSMed pair M
beartfelt wibhes for a ltmnge ham
union The groonam best man was -
brother. WU1 Harrs, and the brie'- -
mail was Miss Ihes BR of Gaiter, the
accomplished and pretty teacher -f wf pe -
Levoen school. .
Those present at this yrl mm _____ .
event, besides Mr. ard Mnrs OB vr aid -
their noa. w h Bo sad wifwa s re MM.
Bee Harrds mother of the groOM. the
grooms brothers Maers WW sad Ae-
gastl a and caLter. Mla Pamiue May .
Harris Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Iosea : 's
Mr. Charles L ius Mr. Henry Shaw
and wife. Mr. W. Baker and wife of
Oxford, Rev. Preer's family. Mr. Berun-
te's family, David Shaw and wife. Mr.
W. R. Shaw and daughters, Mires
Mattle and Salte, and Miss ofe a
Gaiter, Will Luchus and the editor of
the Star of Ocala.
The room In which the ceremony
wIas performed wow prettily deorated. IN O w gol
from whence the Invited gueats were
ushered Into the dining room for re-
freshments, which were bountifully
serredT
The occasion was a very pleaat U Jh o ta
one and everybody was social sad el-
tertaining. The bride Is a decided th i
blonde and as pretty as a picture, and
her sweet disposition and goodness of
heart have endeared her to all who
know her. The groom I a hustling ag
young man of promise and doe well
at whatever he turns his hand. He
has been moasty engaged l the past oW A-
years In farming, but this will be one
of Oxford's army of truckers.
The Star extends congratulations-
and trusts the yount couple may never b varW y tW O -sa
regret the Important step ta life they
took Sunday night

AN OLD RESIDENT DEAD 4a id( rd-klfy, IL

Mrs. a A. Gartrell died at the home f to t' 50
of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Babb In
one of the suburbs of Atlanta last d
Thursday. Mrs. Gartrell lived in Ocala
for many years and will be well re-
membered by our older citizens. Sha
and her husband came to Ocala from
North Geordia about the close of the
civil war, and she remained hee until
1894. when she went to Atlanta, where
she has lived ever since. Mrs. Wlltal
lix of Kendrick t her daughter, and .KJ
W. FR McGahagin. formerly of Ocala.
but now of Tampa, her grandson. Dur- f J
ing her last years In Atlanta she Vlvel
with either her son. A. G. Gartrell, or A i
her youngest daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Babb. formerly Miss WiWie Gartrell.
She was about 9t years old.

CAPTAIN TUCKER DEAD G 0-L

News reached the city yesterday of
the death, at Sanford. of Captain W.
Bailey Tucker, formerly of this city. -A- M
His sister, Miss Annie Tucker, left last TOAY od
night for Sanford to attend the fun- TOAY a& w
eral. CIFIC RAILWAY ma-d ION AMOUNT
Captain Tucker was formerly one of
Florida's most prominent and influen- Colnist Tie" U CAUWOMD 019
tIal men. He held high railroad posi- Cheoies of two re s to CALIrO
tions and was the leading citizen of LOU. KANOA CITY, s 4M2
Orlando for a number of years. LOUIS KAINAS CITY, SCENC 00
Captain Tucker's two daughters CITY. .Te ether via MMu PtmW me
were recently married. He lived in ..ni _. of a doys M
Tampa several years, being engaged in
newspaper and other work. About ten days on Northwest TaletA.
years ago he figured in a sensational Me onalqpm Threso Towof Us
shooting affair at Orlando with Alfred
St. Clair-Abrams. which was the talk U fM
of the state at the time.-Tampa Trib- SHEE ERf I
uneflC, 23rdi. a a. ma-


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PILESl Pii.61 PILES
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cre blind, bleeding, ulcerated and
itching piles. It absorbs the tumors.
allays the Itching at once, acts as a
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Ohio.
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expectoration, open the secretions and
aid nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior exellence It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
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Mr. E. P. Thagard has returned from
his trin to Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. T. is
not so enthusiastic over Hot Springs as
many others are. He said the weath-
er was fearfully hot and he was glad
to, get back to the cool breezes of Flor-
ida. He said he thought that by going
to Hot Springs he would get beyond
the range of his acquaintance, but was
surprised to see the many people from
Plorida at that famous resort.
If you want a phonograph. absolute-
ly free. read the Star's frie phono-
graph offer, and supply your home
with one.


Miss King of Dunnellon, 19 years of
age. who received a gunshot wound in
her left arm. from which paralysis re-
i'rlteo.. was brought to the Ocala hos-
pital for treatment. Dr. Izlar located
the trouble. gave her treatment, and
-he returned to her home yesterday.
A snecia bargain In box paper for
the mrnonh of September-Whiting's-
t: 35.. .1 :annl 75 cents. Tydings & Co.,
phone No. 33.
t\-v. I. W. ,Moore preached to good
o,;u;ieitnes yesterday. His subject last
night \\as "H.-ll." lHe -rave l>iblical de-
's'cri'.ions of the modern sheol. He
sa;idl it was a s much a plahe of act-
u:tlity as w\:;s its oml~ eai;e. Heaven.
id wah vr'nei the diegeieriate and unre-
t !tn-el, tl, lhc ito the haVtii of set ur-
S iit. It ~\.,-~ :i red. hot s-ermon. and lost
i i le of tif glow from the0 vi\ i1 de-
hlunation of thle suhllTlnrih dtit.pths.
A coupon with ove\ry 10 cent pur-
,**h:~o- at theo O ala News Co.. that
!ut you in lino for a piece of hand-

Mrs. NMils Itan'lers an.1 children.
'Mary and A\i\is. ret-,irn,'l Saturday af-
toi noon f.-'n, Ioyd S''-ints. Alabama.
;i here they spent a m nnth very pleas-
an'tly with relatives.
You get your mnioey's w, -rth at the
( -'ala Nt \,-s Company. and1 a cnuron ,
for a '$25 pi(-ce of hanl-rainted chi-
na. You can Fse it in the window.
Mr. Olin. the GCrahamville lumber
nani. was in the city today. consulting
Dr. Walter Ho ahout chills and fe-
ver. whi h have had h;mn in their grip
for a -eetk.


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Those tired eyes of yours
will stand lots- of abuse, yet
there is a limit to their pa-


tience and their power.
You may worry along for
quite a while, but there will
some a time when you will
regret your present indiffer.
ence.
I will give you eye advice
and ease at moderate cost.
Di. D. M. BONEY,
Optical Parlors Upstairs in
I(ary Building. Ocala. Fla.


Tke grrateft thig, iff
thr world t ikeep
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It does this in a natural way. It
is not a cosmetic or artificial skin
coating. It simply clear the par,
gives the blood free circulaion,
remove all wrinkles, and insure a
clear, he-thy, well groom-d skin.
Its frequent ue from nsow will
kee you young looking and goo
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J Supervising Deputy A. C. Hamrick
Elks me4t tomorrow evening. i-: in the city, and has some very ra-
NEAR AT I M -ortant and interesting matters to
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night. ring before the tent. Every member
i r- earnestly requested to be present at
Maccabees meet Wednesday evening. the r.)eting Wednesday, September 24.
Sat < ni G. W. Martin. R. K.
SVest and coat pocket electric lights: T. D. Bryan. K. C.
bottom prices. Young & Cline.
MERIT TALKS
R E. Yonge Is putting an awning in
3ys School ~loes. front of hii Fort King block, rCharle Peyser is In receipt of propo-
sitions from half a dozen dealer! in
Sy'-s SC l Office supplies of all kinds, and a leading city in Georgia to handle his
3y' S Chcol Suits. blanks a specialty. at the Ocala News high grade cigars. The perplexing
oy's School Pat. i Company. question is whom shall he choose.
y Mr. Peyser has been branching out
lo '1 p Mrs. George MacKay and children He is now selling autos in connection
yo's Sch-ol Caps are expected home Wednesday. wih his superior cigars. Call around
'-s School WaistI. and see the cute runabouts. Every
r Schol Wai .Don't fail to try the new fancy man in town can secure a mahcine.
' s School B drinkskl and ices at the Anti-Monopoly Call for one.
oJ 'S School BWO mSe. l)rugstore.
OYo's Pony Hose. Mr. F. E. Harris and Miss Sara Har- Mr. St. Francis Fowler, supreme rep-
Sris left Saturday night for Jackson- re'sentatle of the order of Benevo-
irl's School Shoes. ville. and sailed Sunday morning for n"t Knights of America. arrived In
SNew. York. where they will spend two town today from Fernandina. where
ir iS Schcol CaFs. 1,; eks of pleasure. ,h instituted a chapter of the order.
;__.11rA s Schcol Caps. v, f of pleasure.
Mr. F. will Interview our citizens in
;ir.' School Hos-. We are headquarters for school regard to forming a lodge In Ocala.
tooks and school supplies of all kinds. and the Star bespeaks for him a fa-
-- ,,ciala News Co.i vorable reception. He comes highly
recommended by Mr. H. P. Tremble of
yn Ga s The south boud A. C. L train wa the Fernandina Star. which is a suf-
pan hour late today. .ficlent guarantee for any man.

ecks and Plaids, Have you Catarrh? See, L Ditto Mrs. A. 0. Bigelow, Miss Rose Big-
cks and aids for free sample of Dr. Blosser'a Ca- elow and Willard Bigelow of Jackson-
tarrh Cure, and get well. ville, who have been visiting Mr. Bige-
Scaes I 0C low andf friends at Dunnellon, came
rCA S, ,C. Mr. Frank Ditto made his wife a uD this morning on their.way home.
present of a fin*- "Palmett," piano, last They were accomndanied by Miss Ro-
-"week, as a birthday p rest-nt. He pur-: s-lie Cleveland of Dunnellon.
c-ased the piano from Mr. J. A. Jor-
r an. Two passenger lawn swings, only
$3.90, and you'd better come quick if
FA R IS Bamboo porch screens while they you want one, for they won't last at
F R M last, $1.45 and $1.75. The reason? We ihtis price. Ooala Furniture Company.
don't care to carry them over. Ocala
Furniture Company. FOR RENT-One of the best locat-
e' ed and most convenient cottages In the
Ti-ckrts f.)r Park's Iqr:amatic C,-m- secondd toward. House has five rooms,
ATLD, j.lM. i.an be .-ceured at tIth Oala News hall and bathroom: large yard. stable
SCo,' .-rto-. where they can he reserved, and woodhouse. Apply at this office.
7[Mr. Frank Wcobridget of Jackson,- M I srs. Ed Tucker and Jim Farrls.
L IV E R Y vill. ha.r ariived in the city to take the Ocala Panama excursionists. have
a forenanship ith Mclver & Mac- t-en heard from. From Tampa they
Kay. anl \\ill htav\* charge of tih Ilol- went to Mobile, then to New Orleans.
i:t-er sidence job. i \whcle they are still waiting for a ves-
S. sel to Panama.
SYou cran g-t the Atlanta Journal ev-
.l .\IJLL HORSES, ETC. ry da.y "an. Sunday at Allan Bridge' N. I. Gottlieb. the excellent photo-
ntwa stand for lz cents a week. grapher. who has been spending a
month in New York, will be home Sat-
FASDOT HOS .o LOST--"'ince. the big pug,. uray. and can be found in his studio
FA S T HORSELS IAA owned by Mrs. Bohnfleld. housekeeper over the Teapot Grocery.
at the Montezuma, has strayed or been
TIL i stolen. He has collar on. with name -. s
Iand number. Return to the hotel and Mr. D. W. Tompkins Is sick today,
\ I)EI l YV THE M NTITr :l number Rer e e a and Mallory Liddon is looking after
l r(<-(-l\'e liberal reward.
the stable.
eral anage 1Mr. Pretr Ingram and family are
having a siege of troubles. Mrs. In-
g ram has been very sick for weeks
-ind -Mr. Ingram is far from well. and The bottom layer
IS. I. 19 E. Forsyth Street h 's:'"n. Mr. Ar'h I"gra'm. in JaksR n-
153E. iFo rst S. tsree ille. is confined to his bed with a s'- of a bmi 'd
vere attack of fever.

New and First-Class in all, Try the Victor, single cone, steel
teinmpored springs, fully guaranteed to
Appointments last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's.

Am111oria Plan $2.00 to Dr. W. H. Powers and Mir. H. C. I I
Jones left on the 2 o'clock Seaboard I
,2.'.)(0 -r1 day. train yesterday for the Manatee river. I
lurojean lIlan. Rooms, one where they will leave the train and' a
-. w'Ik day and intake a boat trip thirty miles d ownh iM l
pt'lOi. (.w. pe'r d(ay anid the coast to Lemon Bay, where they
111). Spi iatl weekly rates will inspect the splendid 90-acre grove l
S1 it. N-etar r a lthe Lemon Bay Fruit Company, of! j
this city. They will return the last
('ar lilies. Open all the ,.f the eleek. T W atR LR.
c Room with Bath A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
El-tra Charge. hogany music cabinets, In the newest
designs. on display at Mclver & Mac-
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SOCIABILITY FOR BUSY BEES ...... yji ..


The Maccabees will have ice cream
and cigars at their Wednesday night
meeting, and all the members are ex-
pected to be present.
The Park Comedy Company gave its
hIst performance Saturday night to a "
crowded tent. The play was evidently it'sa
a, good one and well performed, as the
audience was in an almost continuous I
laugh from beginning to end. The tent If -


was struck Saturday night and the
company left Sunday for Lakeland,
where it will play this week. This la
:. good little company and can be sure
of large audiences whenever it comes
t.- Ocala.

IIudnots, Rogers, Gallets, Colgates
and many other fine toilet waters,
perfumes and soaps. Bath waters a
specialty. A full line of Nadlnola
goods. Tydings & Co.. phone No. 30.
Yard Engineer G. W. Lewis of the
A. C. has been called to Gainesville
on important business, and J. G. Hun-
ter has taken his place until his return.
The Ocala News Company is opening
an elegant advance line of holiday chi-
na. in all of the most beautiful dores-
tic and imported goods. The lne Is
the largest, the most expensive and
the best selection they have ever car-
ried. i

Deputy Marshal Rowe was serving
papers on Sumter Bullock. Geo. R.
Smith and W. E. Hutson to go to Or-
lando and appear there before the U.
S. commissioner in a peonage case, in
which the managers of the Leslye
Lumber Company are concerned. Those
summoned left this afternoon.
Rat wheat, 10 cents, will surely kill
mice and rats. All other kinds kept
in stock also. Tydings & Co., phone
No. 30.
C. V. Miller, while at Lakeland last
week. purchasedd a very fine bird-dog.
which he woull not swap for a turpen-
tine farm. I

Mr. WV. 0 Paxson. of the turpentine
and lumber firm of Mixson and Pax-
pson. Lacchee. was in town today
and made the Star a pleasant business
eti the rlace of Mr. McNeil.
,,oloel Livingston went toi Dunnel-
Ion1 thil b flerunon.
Mr. Lu.her Stafford and .laughter
went dlw\n to Fort Myers this after-
noon to visit Mr. Stofford's other chil-
dren.


Mrs. H. G. Haycraft is home from
her visit to South Carolina.
Mrs. Bate Perdue returned today
from her visit to Mrs. F. W. Agnew
at Elizatbethtown. Ky.
J. B. Ctitlr of the G. & G. R. R..
a ;s in the ciiy today.
SStraw hat cl-anor: eii o, n in 25
cent parcltzae to ke ep y',,r bh; nice and
clean all summer. Tydings & Co..
Phone No. 30.
Professor Workman, principal of-the
Ocala High School. arrive in town to-
(?ay from his summering in Tennes-
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WEATHER FORKCAST
Washington, Sept. 24.-Rati toanht
and Tuesday.

STOP IT1
A neglected cough or cold may l&
to serious bronchial or itWn ttroublS
Don't fake chances- when Foley'a HA-
ey and Tar afford perfect securtt
from serious effects of a cold. SM
by all dealers.
Bamboo and gra. screens, work
boxes, nat and skirt boxes. etc.. the
prettiest of the new furniture aovel-
tes, to he had only at Melver & Mae.
Kay's.


HOW IS IT DONE?


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magic. The
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"At rny rate. we cxqu rreled more t!lan
ever. 'lif little one is how three years
Su!ld. we I -e he- a;i;d each other, but
r'e 'a;r;'t koelp o"r tempers. There Ieing
Shren of is. we can't separate as b-'
Sfore; tO-e chibl keep us together. We
don't *,;Iut t, ot' altrate: we jJ!t wantt
S1 kipp steady. but we c' l't. S )me-
ti:ihu I thin thlore's something in tie
-f'a air to strr eop!e up. Sometimes
I iLink I anm failing or Doll is failing
uintlr (r'rne hmid!lon tli?%ese. But a loh--
i r loo':;ed ls h"i' over and si:ys we're
I all ribht. I :i-ke-l him why we had to
fight and he sail: our jpysical makeup
* was not han-roniou;."
"' an-nse:" exe!a:med the strauer.
",'h:t's th:lt y-)m yr. siC?'"
"Im the dlire.lor of an insane asy-
lum. aIsanity tomes largely from vio-
lating natural laws. Man is a gregari
ous animaL IDeprive him of the com-
pany of others-various others-n-n1: he
i.reaks up. Shut rp two people togetf-r
to pass through the same scenes day
after day, month after nwouth. and they
.ill have to quarrel: they c-:n't help
It That is my theory aud I'm testing
it Thus far I've proved it in every
case."
Arising, the visitor shook the hand of
the lighthouse keeper, left a silver dal-
tar in his palm and departed.
A year later a man called at the
'.unatic asylum and asked for the di-
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A REASON FOR
INCOMPATIBILITY
,.
(Orls:ns:
The lightouse keeper had shown a
vattMr over the premiea., and the latter.
ta~tead of departing after s ;-Ie :Ai
there was to be seen. sat dorit on a
beach and began to ask quertious.
"Do you lighthouse keepers g-' lone-
brr
"I don't"
"How about your wife"
"I never hear her complain."
Then you're contended and happyy"
The keeper turned and lo ked out tj
ma. without reply for home time. thern,
turning again, aaid:
"We're boih niieral;e.'
The stranger change positronr, tlw
movement and his manner inlic-atii.:
that he bad a punri)o in view and bhud
struck its trail.
"Wife pine for company "' he .aiked
"I d.n't think so: .be says u nt."
"Tbhn what's the matter:"
"Il tell you. Doily Markham was a.
pretty and a.; I::e a girl as ever you'd*
see in the Tillage where 1 m:rred!
her"-
"'he's pretty as a Ieach Iwv." i;:.'r-
rupted the visitor.
"We loved ea-h other just naturally-
fell right into it as soon as we Imet. I
didn't have any trouble to grt he: nii
abe didn't have any trouble to g-t nme.
We were married and canie to I:ve In
the little house just up on the hi;L I
had told her that there was a .diarth
ef neighbors here and she'd haie to be
satisfied with me. She said I w;s till
she wanted, and when she came w:;
delighted with the house, which 's very
cozy and comfoiable. i was i,.)kikig
forward to a happy life here by tlh'
sea, whk-h I have always lovely.
"I don't know how it was. but we
hadn't been here a month before she
beraa to say sharp things to ime. sihe
who had been a model of amiability.
and L who had always prided myself
on being able to keep my temper, sur-
prised myself by giving It back to her.
Within half an hour after saying dis-
agreeable words to each other we'd
both be sorry and would kiss and
make up. But we kept getting iuto
new quarrels, and at last we didn't
take the trouble to make up. We just
let It all go without either of us ex-
pressing regret and be.;an over a'a!n.
We loved each other just the same
and would have been happy if we
hadn't fallen Into a habit of quarrel-
ing about every little thing that came
up. We tried to stop It. but we
couldn't
"At the end of six months Dolly went
back to her native tow-n. We had to
separate. We didn't say anything
about a divorce, but just separated. 1
pined so without her that after awhile
I got my brother to take my place
here. and I went to see what Doily
was doins. I found that she pined for
me as I did for her. I stayed a month
In the town. We both hab;d lenty of
friends and went alout a good de.il
with them and spent some time Iy
ourselves In that whole thirty days
we didn't speak one sharp word to
each other. I asked her to go Iback
with me. and she agreed that if we
could pass another month without a
quarrel she'd do as I asked. We'p;-.s-
ed another month in perfect pIace.
then we went back resoo!v\d that there
should be no lore unxhappiiess fro'U
iwowmpatability of temper.
";V.'e hadu't been back two dnys h?-
Sfre we had a spat. And. having had
one. we had another. Doll stooi it as
long as she could, theo went back
home again. This time it seemed nee-
essnry. for the child was coming. and
it didn't do for her to be rasped. After
the child was Iborn I joild them Ioth
and spent a happy time with them.
dnrina which w.'e h.adn'r. as Ibeore. a
.-i 'e quarrel.
''It eem,?d tti:tt ict childl on'lht to
i ;:eep us f;om scraps in future. :iuJ we
ra.sn back. But. yo u know. a child for
i ihe first three months h.:s a lot of called,
fand it's mighty trying to the temper.
i -o that now the-re was some excuse
f. r"--
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Toos Debdty. Costipatin, Kidney anod
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STANDARD OIL fSTE

Lab.er U i C11.m. HwG en a War
on the G $d Mepgpsogi
Chicago, SepL pt3 --M Chealnt"
says that a war between the Standard
Oil Company and the labor aiae ofe
the country was inaugurated Saturday.
What will be a creat labor strn--ie
started Saturday night when the em- -
ployes of the company at Whiti.ng Ind.,
walked out to enforce demands which
had been made for an increase to w -
es. It Is generally conceded that te ,
strike will assume gigantle propertle '
and quickly spread to a seMttoB of.-
I the country where the compeay has .
plants, or to where their products are
Sued by the people. .
Both aides are firmly determined to
1 have their way in the eight, and every
I osaIdble effort will be made to carry
Their points. It is expected that with-
in a shrt time there being no pro-
pect of settling the difficulty, a boy- ; I
cott will be placed on the company's
*rls and other products and that all
Union people will be asked to refrain
from buying any thing produced by the
company, and the unions declare that
Especially in this way they feel that
they can affect the interests of the
company and bring It to term.

"WhERAL ROSERWt LLEE
was the greatest general the world bas
ever known. Ballard's Snow Unl-
ment is the greatest liniment. Quick-
ly cures all pains. It is within the
reach of all. T. H. Pointer. Hemp- "
stead. Texa., writes: "This is to eer-
tify that Ballard's Snow Linimaet has
been used in my household for years 'i t Ulw M B -- m i
and has been found to be an exaellnt
liniment ofr rbeuma=ttc pains. am
never without it. Sold by the Anti- The Str ha.f the plwk re of aanmnim
Monopoly Drugstore
Just completed a ppeal aareerrt w tth ift i
LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE S # .. 1 & w ----
LOOUISVaLLE a 113SLLE UALo De Ahm COL., of Td^ A"M
The Louisville & Nas vle Railra which for a Lo- Ttt- Of -.- the 9t 1tii
will sell round trip rate from Jack- sent to its subscribers a $7 D leatm I
sonville to points ahown on dates in-
dicated. Proportieoately low rates nickeled bra born, obtplete, asa- sown Ifa
from ash pon t Thise offer made to peW sbnitbM
$322, Dallas, Tox, and return. Tick- offer is =dotoaI
ets sold October 4 and 7. Faal rse On .
turn limit 21 days from date of sal un e.a l lw a ( se. i
$32Mo, Btufal, N. Y, and r6aturn. v are -- a -
Tickets' old October 0. 11- and for two months, and receive without chare t
Final return limit leaving Butdo .
October 19. 198. entitling youto the Phonograph. '
$19.60, New Orleans, La, and retur Th Ph e men at .at. i
Tickets sold October 12 to 15,n- The Phonograph may be een at he store
elusive. Final return limit October F ab.r COa, the we known Pbo0ognr
30. By depositing ticket with ape-.tewllIar
clal agent at New Orleans and pay- of this City. ..;
ing fee of 50 cents, an extension of
return limit can be secured until When you sign the subscription form Ja
November 30. 190. I Phnograh Certifiate. Preset tha rt.l
$17.6, Memphis, Tenn., and return. Phonograph Certifte.
Tickets sold October 16, 1, 17 ad la a wm C Pst d t 7 dlD
Final return limit, October $0.
By depolting ticket with speclPhonograph to you, you agreeng to b y atJ
agent at Memphis and paying fee of
50 cents, an extension of return IUrm- ience a few re0rds to play on the a lk :ahn Y9
it -ty be secured until November a any rate d
30 1904.
sois"'words at any rae ,and the O aj&
$57*, Denver, Colora springs ara complete and up-to-date stock of teb beut dIl
Pueblo, Colorado, ad return. Tick-( i
eta on sale daily to September 0. record at the regular price, i. e~, S2c. for
Final return lihnmit. October 1 1,01. L T
3.4A, Hot Springs, Ark, andr t and Sc. for Edison records. Thae r- l-
Tickets on sale daily. Final return L .nl
;m*T S -y*dale f~lt I iplayS both h h Sa Yo0 only have to agree to
limit 90 days from date of sale. pImyid YouO yhavetoft
$4&05, Chicago, lls, and return. Tick- words. And you need not buy them faster tbhanm w W
ets on sale daily to September 3 .
Final return limit, October 31, lioL. if yOU don't want to.
Daily to september 0, ud trip Yo are not required to pay your Bria8
summer tourist tickets will be on sale ur
at various resorts. Full information, vice, except $1 for the first two Lmnth&. A i W I
schedules, time tables, etc., win be fur-
nished promptly on application. absolutely nothing whatever for the
-F.aPass ERINgtG. charge of not more than 81 to cover emm e d hea
-FI1 Pass Agt, L. & Nil l.Vi.
118 w. Bay St.. Jacksonville, F. factory and cost of packing.
LOW ROUND T~nP The Denham Phonograph plays the same rmeeniDb
EXCURSION RATES $30 machines, and plays them jnst as clearly ladls
Via the Atlantic Coast Line But if you want a larger Phonograph at any tiU
$11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Bate of cne fare -
plus ?5 cents. Tickets on sale Oto- Ocam FrM ltie iuuzy W ~ N I
her 9 and 10, final limit, October 20. fi t yaor hdafm, Phrerak, if in ood order.
Extension of limit to October 30 ,m yO D W -----gta-B, ff in goo order. ,:
may be obtained. Take advantage of this offer now. Don't rwa
$11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare .
plus 25 cent. Tickets on sale Oc- Star's solicitor to call, as this remarkable offer, a 7|
tober 0. Extensiond 22 ndlimit to ph RE may be withdrawn at any time.
member 15 may be obtained. d
$15.10, Birmingham, A. One- fare
plus 25scents. Tickets on sale Oe- ,toda n ea the subbbt na 1m-m e a
tober 14 and 15, final limit October I-' ^1 .Cik f te -
21. Extension to November 21 may | hOO abl ?
be obtained. I T
$37.40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one fare j ---"
plus $2. Tickets on sale October
and 7, with final limit 21 days from *

$2095, Mmphis, T' n. Rate of one
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale .


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PIMPLES
i "I tried all kinds of blood eedlIes wIrttehb fale
to do e any pod but 1 have found ta e rInbssla
tu Int. Ii de *u tfulolf pimes ad tak
Sbead. After taking Caseset te r all left. I an
eontiouing tbh au o( ther and eeomumendui
t *hei to mifrleads I feel flue wbm 1 rise a ike
Smorisn m He*" to aU* e&a*bae to recommend
Fred C. wttes. X lm L..Newar. rk. J.

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Plesant. Palatable, Potes sto Good. Do God.
ever ELe, Me.Weaken or Grlp. Ite, 2e, if. Nesv
old In balk. Tbhe engine tablet stuped C.
Suranseed ao care or yoea momy back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y.
AMAL SALE, TEN MUJI M







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Phonographs from $10 to $50. Over
400 different records in stock to select
from. A, E. Burnett. the jeweler, ex-
clusive agent for Ocala.










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s3as TAL PACKAGEE I
THE PERFECT CN CANOPY
for wood and iron I ds and children's
cribs, supplied with either boblnet of
I plain netting.
For Sale by Melver and MacKay.


October 15. 1 17 and 18. with final RATE T '
limitOctober 30. Extension of limit
to November 30 may be obtained.
$21.15, New Orleans, La. Rate of one CALIFORNIA & NORTIHWE
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
October 12 to 16. inclusive, with final
limit October 30. Extension to No- Round trip Summer Excursions from all pofts st r ig
member 30 may be obtained. eifle Coast and Northwest. until September 15th. with *sl*d
$23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate of one
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale over privilege good returning to October 31st. 1 90.
September 29 and 30, with final limit o
October 8.
$34.5, Rock island, Ill. One fare plus Round trip tickets account Baptist Convetlft A
$2. Tickets on sale October 7 and cisro e nd s Angele, on sale from September to iA I g"
8. final limit to leave Rock Island
October 16. limit October Slt.
4M.0, Washington, D. C. S'ld dally
to September 30. All tickets Umltted -
to October SL Cheap Colonist one way tickets to CaBlorat saad NwXt ql.
Summer tourist rates to all summer
zemorts. Tickets are on sale dally us- from Auut 27th to Octcber st.
til September 30, with Anal limit to
return any time before or on Oct. Use the eadld trou h s e of tO MOUTH
i For further information apply to s
nearest agent cr J. 0. Kirkland, Dv. C IC from New Orleans, or UNION PACIIC an t.L lm
Passenger Agent. Tampa. Fla. Chicag to destination, with uamslp ine to Japa, Ch ft

MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
At Writ for M.w and If6 wma s.
EXTREMELY LOW RATES
Via JL P. VAN RENZNi 3m r-W Gemn: Ast,

SOUTHERN RY. 1 Patrea StA aaa
FROM JACKSONVILLE
$10.35, Atlanta, Ga., and rern. Tick-
ets on sale September 29 and W3; TU:
limit October 7; extension to Octo- | ST M 6
ber 22. .. -*.P


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