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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
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: September 26, 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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Volume ID: VID03515
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCAT A, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906


Crisp, Fresh Crackers RICE WAR ET R IAES

Among the many fresh and tooth- Trouble in Atlanta Broke Out Again


DON'T FAIL TO CALL UP

Phone No. 15


..,'", ,.. .., ..^ "+.. "0. *, *'M" And Get Our Prices on Electric WiringFans
pot are 1the National Biscuit Com- Were Killed
pany's products. such as Orange Siic- A4.1na. a.. Sept. 26;.-A mob of
I n-* '. in .ou uli Atlanta Monday nigift and Fixtures
es. Fig Drops. Southern Honey, Cali- i. f.,r.-e f county policemen
fora Me C u Se,* each a*nl i: ul.- aut!ad,..r'n tWt-ntv-cignt T t b a ls
orna.. Mi.ed Cocoanut Slices, Peach n,-. T. fin-,.n iers a e are also prepared to build and repair
and Creanw Chocolate on Bons and "',-. n Ha> n i %.; ki-! i:,-ltu ) a
MrAand h- .e ih.-r .iVit-rs ,. ,woui,-ji Mary Anns, with a hundred other p Te ..fli:s re'irEd but immn.-.riat.;e-
i- !r-turnred and ters naegr.es %ver-- ar-
petzers and refreshers. r-sd. '-ur of th,.- manan, d to s- eral Repair WV rk.
;. l w'er. but tte other six w'Fre

TEAPOT GROCERY i :,arI -t' .to ,, the co-ta,, Shop and Sae rooms Opposte the Posto Ik Drgstor
:,In IIr ofIf the awtay ard amoH THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELEG C 60.
OP IAI A FUlT yITUTDI/Pf] h h OCALA .FURNITUREC ,,, ,,. f he .. e o to 15 Pbone 5. B. W. MacDONALD, L anagert
o i, n the l, t.,i.,- excitement
Personal Service lAywbere, Any Time .f .. v theat,. d tina f ,jthe mob but SSNESS --
and Whe NdO d. "e er" fl.ov.lo.d and sh't and left CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS FUNSTON PROCEEDED
ad,.;,.i it., t, yard of ;'rt e t citizen __
The Question or tmnbatming and Fun- 'i v .!i. Ilyv had t;takn refuge By the Railroads Caused the Jellico After being storm bound in Tampa
oral Directing is a Delicate One Killed by Excitement Explosion-Number of Dead May f,"r thirty-six hours. general Punston
'1r <; I: Thorin-or, a highly re- Never be Known sailed for Cuba on the' Ohvette Tues-
O.lId sot it be SSt for TYo to Ea- '*" whil lam..y % s standing in day. He swam the Ba lrag river when
S11 s hrr I residence and wit- Knoxville. Tenn.. Sept. 26.-A spe- the Filipinos burned the bridge, but
trust this Qeetio0 to Those who Appre- ,. 1 stingg of the two ne- cial from Jellico says: the ulf of Mexico was slightly too
Itl V -,,,- 1'"n~;" 'the in cuite It's Delicacy, nld Whose Know-;,. ,., ....; Un,,,: th ,Irota>-I .-;ad. 's-". r.art ,f the tow'n heard tcstitmony
ledge is of the Highest Studard ,' ... ,. f,';7 n.-,s oin tht ear *ht men were standing near the THE TEXAS WONDER
Ss. h St iii. -d in j.il by the car of dynamite. which exploded Fri- Cures all kidney. bladder and rheu-
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE morning nd ll re uoed to :nat troubles. Sold by all druggists.
I, x 1 ;",.y f';1Al :ha! the two n-e have been killed, or two months s treatment b mail for
PROMPT ATTENTION ht wile at- A country vman visited the place or two month' treatment b mail for
*,. .;,;i.ni t, s+.. -.1 from the ear and Sunday, in searh of her five children. $ l V, l, 2t" O strut.
I*-fo the car and ut i. Louis, 'Mo. Send for testimonials.
Day Phoae N. 10. Ilght 94 and 167 ..,. i'n e r where the fell I who ad been given mission to at- Sold In Ocala by the Anti-Monopolyv
-- ,t ,.,,,t. They were taken to a tend a circus at Jellico Friday. It is Drugstore
SITH & KOBERTS, OclIa. FI. ; a v, la it is thought that fe-ared that they were also killed, and Du dor- .
n f '1',ii \ ill die the other is not th atthe full list of the dead will nev-
. ... .. -- -------.. e,,, u ; t-r be known.
S Raideda Negro Settlement Thie body of an unknown girl about I
l\E i d a Negro Settlement twc, years old was found in a field half TM e
VTHE TIE a7o i. ia determined to raid the a mile from the scene of the explo- --
.-,.(t ,of I'.,\rnslille, near whiuh .iion. The body was nude. but not Ocala Tent No 1409,
ih; ,. o,,.c ,n the. officers was made mangled. K. O. T. M., will hold
n, .l, nf "- or-s The places The coroner's jury at Jellico. Ky.. Its regular semi-monthly meeting at
.',rs :-,7rr-,, I)nt.l h:- ai ,f a regiment has rendered a verdict that the expl,- Yonge's Hall Wednesday evening, Sep-
SWL I ,!, f, ,-,,. ; ., ,.,,ck Tuelay ,,.,n was due to criminal negligence of tember 26. G. W. Martin, R. K. I
,)..rni .-. ;ni *'.7 n-egr.>.-s were taken thi. T.,uisville and Nashville Railroad 'T T. r rvyan .rnmmaner


aa A s'archl was made for r the Southern Railway. or both.
Carries a Complete Stock of : rnvmiton ond about thir-
1 "..st ... t 'e found tb be heavily A SCIENTIFIC WONDER
JeWelry. Consisting of ... n v.,- sent to jail. i The cures that stand to its credit
SI- :,":* :.n I, esope(. one ner i;,rake Bucklen's Arnica Salve a sclen-
PIN.S. DIAMO-NDS. '.i kil!' I1 y Ih+- soldiers and another tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
S,.n llecturtr for the Patrons of Husbandry,
IN T(. 1-AT'HS.. Two More Killed Wayn-,sboro. Pa.. of a distressing case
-A S. -T io nf piles. It heals the worst burns.
'iHA\ T IOTLS. .: ,. a i. : litember 26-Three sres. bolls, ulcers, cuts, wounds. chil-
CHAIN.S. CUT LASS ah .'t l-iie deiarnment blains and salt rheum Only 25e. at
,, -,IN -- al.*., Tu-e FINE C'HtINA, .I'Tu,',r str-et to stop promiiscuOus
LAD I-F MUMRELLAS. -, a *nl. OKLAWAHA
GUARANTEED CLO.iKS ,' .ffi,.:s re;oled tin the call We are having some fine weather
T:'nf.i w t- l.ra,+'ic:,lty led into an am-
-And- h b-l the negr<',s tiring u'won them n lO,
S Mr. C. F. Marshall went down to
< >T -'VENIR <'AI)S. ii,',,'ei fiin .CARDS'.. 1,111
STlENIR ALL KINDS OP MPAR th range, last-visit his brother.
ALL~KINDOfSO EPARMrange.ah There is going to be a big dance at
f,-l f r titt. finally killing two Candler October 1. 1906. Everybody
0wI t,, i ",...- invited. Let all come and have a good
()(ALA. FI.\ WAS A VERY SICK BOY There was a dance and ice cream
y But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic, super at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar-
Choleraadby iarrhoeasemdy hall's house Saturday night, and all
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy "present had a nice time.
Electrical ies """ y ws two years old We will soon have a school house.
Elect calC Supp vies. hi. had a vn.ry st-\ere attack of bowel Everybody is planting a garden. Mr.
,,,imi.l.,int. but hy the use of Chamber- Fort has an exceptionally fine one.
-- :in's (',li. <'!1,;ra nd Diarrhoea Eddie Marshall killed a 5-foot hat-
Imni-y lwe ixvitighit him out all right,"
I a a< %!s d K .Za 'riI llickx. of Midland, Mich. tlesnake Sunday.
I a a WTsl selecedstdy an be depended upon in Mr. J. L. Grantham is doing a good
f F tll thile' "'* .'"*r "... Even cholera business now. Broom.
of Electric 8Fans. in both l infatm;rllt i.4 curd by it. Follow the
(;t+lleral Electric ('. al 1d S the ;'OiPr rIir!,. dirci.'tns and a c'ure Is sTOP IT!
e r ?-.Iin F,,r sale bty all druggists.
t. i tghae. T ai | ll- d__ it- A neglected cough or cold may lead
\ tllghuemak. Thela- STENSLAND AT HOME to erioust bronchial or lung troubles.
SSTENSLAND AT HOME Dol 't take chances when Foley's Hon-
tl' < S,' .. S,,. .- Paul 0. Stn--- fr,.m serious effects -f a cold. Sold
jllie let ss ll''ell l<, 0t to l'; .. ifte:r a u,l.:easant night in t:ie by all dealers.
Siii. I al arry ii s ,.,,e tat iioii here., was arraign- l in
I cll. I also. rrt T uesialy m.rning. charg- CANDLER
Fancv6' Globes. HiI ,. IO' : :h ,+e king the Milh\aukee A,- The farmers are taking advantage of
.. ,;, stte 'ank inta bhi. ity. the fine weather for making hay.
Lights. etc. .tt'- th,. l.'olint:i,-ary i lic" r.,urt Mr F. M. DeLing is having some re-
-i. .e.lia!F- Stvin-lahli,i \\;Is put thr ,t.-h a irs n -ide to his house.
All kinds of fectri and repairing (done 1at rta ll- a'h aki fr t new residence yesterday.
S; *rr-.u" V.l i' Mi-. T. LE. Pritc'hett returned frouin
able privt. tUnder a full guar- Dade City yesterday.
-.Iy i ts a lo A LESSON IN HEALTH Rev. E. (. McKinley and wife arc
iltt-. If yOUr lilgltS are t expe.tted home this \week. after a xa-
k, ",it '. tiili il 'r h impnri- ii..at n in No r'th C;arolina.
of fix. or yOU leld wi illg ... ,. t, ... .at un.-. they ,do y.,..I ,,;'A+ns here the 1st of Octo-
tc 01011t t < I it:.222t Fe.le's it h -MissSallie C\asl K-as teacher.
S.. re all forms o1 f kid- II. I)elng has Iurchased the
Wi-A.r- T;rn1c-:r1. ,, i.. is.-is, ,It -trngth- pa:cPkingii house here and will repair
ler T uct- k!e.., \ 1.,.. s.%>t-i. ..ld by all the same.
Waite, ;;k.'. | S;inam Mathews is 'own from Ocala
........ ..... ..o,,n a vi.it t, his .brolhor.
^ ATWO CENTS A MILE Mr. Phillip Fort is busy picking 'at-
The f 11. l- l;as out about lo Hl pounds.
V ;.'iii-,,l, f.t. re diilftin in j an-i exi- xp .ts about "'>0( more.
Buying a PianoR tia <'e, a ..iii.i some Re.v. Bar-,.. the Methodist minister
nd k.<,.: ;+ l ".is;s. it \1 It doubtlesss hetre. preache' l an interesting sermn.t
; I-, :,.. i. ,-i n,, that the here Sundlay.
Is something hat t: N- v. r.'0 *Y. -C.' R.tirnad has! Mr. D .L. Mark is having a hog-
Ev o D s ot ... '', n! ... i'. \\ !i a ,.IT 2-cent pro ,,f fe,rnie put around his orange
.Veron. ,,;,. .s. rat. f,:"r something -rove. Rainy Weather.
v ik -xy It a.y be remarked
'hat qt i? ;* ,..s[v s ,ii\ ,, "f the ex- ;
Thort, art, 11lllt 1111114 141 fh xJ. E. CHACE
ak f itllo 0',nll i 'erat iol- An Ounce of Prevention J NTAL SURC A ON
s'tt .n.es (of tlle. ,rtlil4bility : h a rtn .4 ure: There arei
S o,,.)r F rtYrs. consumptives. 0!
o lf make. light ess of at-lion ; gettingff Upstairs, Commercial BankBld'
-" 1. f T!,-, i :d taken care ,of them-, i
aflld t 11 durability anid (icol- ,:. ,, nw be we'.L A cough OCALA, FLA.
!iu- f-, r i.,i.. -if c.insun:ption, Hal--I
.ru't'i: of I' :--.H 1. :4- .l-Syrup w ill cure that
.,,l.4l:,: .-0 tlelt l'-'. .Mon- 1Ters Casho
\\ tlilever voll do idth-id(l o 'a. *I have' usel Paliardsms,
SIi.'-, h undnl rup in my family for-
biluV :1 1iall0. WllV U lt biiV it > :-,r-- y c :rn n er s.ffr with
Of Ir l f .'-> .;1d t,. the Anti-Mtr.op,-lyI j |L I P
of Ia 0xtd ileliahl< firil. TPle Cf-,, C. J. PHILLIPS
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R. D. FULLER.


L. F. BLALOCK.


FULLER & BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEONS


Ofce Over lNroe & Chambliss' But
OCALA. FLA.

Terms, Cash.


A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beet, Pork

And Mutton,


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Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
cries, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and tLey will have
prompt attention

E. SMITH.


No. 98 North Magnolia St.

Phone 141


McIYER & MACKAY

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Undertakers and Embalmers


D. E. MOVER


M. G. BROWN


Undertakers

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed

DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery


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CUT. OUT THE CLAHS

Macon and Montgomery Think the
Play Too Hot to Handlet in the
Present Temper of the People
Macon. Ga.. Sept. 25.-Thomas Dix-
on's play. "The Clansman." booked to
appear in this city tonight, will not
be permitted to be given, by order of


the mayor, in view of the race riots In
Atlanta. Steps will be taken to keep
this play out of all the theaters In
Georgia. as the public generally does
not favor its second visit to the state.
Montgomery. Ala.. Sept. 25.-The
oJty council last night unanimously
passed a resolution calling on the may-
or to prohibit the production of "The
Clansman" here Thursday night, on
account of the excited conditions caus-
ed by the Atlanta riots.
Pain From a Bum Promptly RAllved
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
A little child of Michael Strauss. of
Vernon. Conn., was recently In great
pain from a burn on the hand. and as
cold applications only Increased the
inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to
Mr. James N. Nichols, a local mer-
chant, for something to stop the pain.
Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the
first application drew out the inflam-
matiou and gave mmedate relief. I
have used this liniment myself and
recommend it very often for cuts.
burns, strains and lame back, and
have never known it to disappoint."
For sale by all druggists.
GRISWELL IS GONE
And With Him Several Hundreds or
Thousands of Other People's
Dollars
John C. Griswell, solicitor and col-
.lector of the Kirkland Lumber Com-
pany of Tampa, left that city Satur-
day, taking with him a woman with
whom he was infatuated and leaving a
deserted wife and swindled employer
to mourn his loss. 'He was seen later
in Lakeland and then in Palatka. and
is believed to be heading for Cali-
fornia. His shortage is believed to be
$3000. He was formerly a city coun-
cilman of Tampa. The Kirkland Lum-
ber Company offers $250 for his cap-
ture. .
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE
was the greatest general the world has
ever known. Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment is the greatest liniment. Quick-
ly cures all pains. It is within the
reach of all. T. H. Pointer, Hemp-
stead. Texas. writes: "This ia to cer-
tify that Ballard's Snow Liniment has
been used in my household for y*ars
and has been found to be an excellent
liniment ofr rheumatic pains. I am
never without it. Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore
ANOTHER DEFAULTER
Ernest Lyons, driver and collector
for the Tampa steam laundry, has
skipped with $350 of his employer's
money. He is from Kentucky, and In-
quiry developed that he had been in
similar trouble in his native town.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts
on Nature's Plan
The most successiui medicines are
those that air nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
it when you have a cold and it wiU
allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
aid nature In restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price 25 cents.
Large size 50 cents For sale by all
druggists.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING
YOU WISH TO SELL?
If so. send an advertisement to the
Thrlce-a-Week World. to be inserted,
in the "Readers' Exchange" columns.
The rate is cheap and the result is
good. If you have a farm for sale,
or a patent, or a business to dispose
of, or any of 1000 things that might be
cohl or exchanged at a profit, put the
affer before the readers of the Thrice-
i-Woek World. Twentv-eliht words


$1. Write for particulars to the World,
New York.
GINNING AND BUYING COTTON
Will buy or gin cotton. Highest
market price paid for the same.
J. W. Pant. Morriston, Fla.
LOWELL
The farmers are at last enjoying the
refreshing showers they so much
needed on their truck and pastures.
which are dying very fast on account
of dry weather.
Mr. S. F. Rou made a business trip
to Ocala one day last week.
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Stewman were
shopping in Reddick last Tuesday.
Mr. Meffert and others are harvest-


OCALA ICE & FUEL CO., Ocala, Fla. ing hay. for which they have had fine
Oe:I t her.
| Mr. T. J. MeQuaig is housing his
THE ER M I TAG E r rn cr. He says the beggar weeds
T Iare almrost im-'o,.-ihle for his -'mall
DAIRY ponies
.Misses Nita and Edna Livingston
Pr:sh and Pure Milk and Cream Do0 made a brief visit to Reddick last
S1.ered Every Morning at Your week.
Door "Grandma" Robinson 'has just re-
HOturned from Seabreeze. where she
PHONE 150 gained a great deal in weight and im-


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PLANNING
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When laying 4 f.iJ
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OF OCALA.


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advantage of a 3is& capLUe m ad gmd B t d -
ckos g ad a & O. .a t1"1 b o:dy .Of
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ALLEN-W. BRIDGES .
Dpener of o. f

Pmre Ice Cram and Col Dtiabs ,
Choice Candies, FOrim, Cwst1


Fwfi Line of A bPopwra as of C~fuz

Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream udM
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.


ALLEN BRIDES' 1E SEMI PUMl


Next to Munroe & Chamblim' Bank.


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CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Dimftnn Room1 1 -M a -- Lms
attention given to speci sdm e yi-i
the marft off if ppard BB d oWb
bort otice* See ow Refikprator dupay
intrt of tde Sto ,.


Sklled Cooks, Atkbmm via m=o wcks Vk im
Sw eobi Pieto.Ramuhe


ED'S PLACE WEST OFU ARE,


SH D. HOGAN, PIM.l


TRUNKS AND VALISES


For the Next TUtyDav e WfWdll
Give SPECIAL BARGADE in


Trunks, Valises,

Cases and Satce


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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1IM


EVENING STAR

C. L. ITTINGER & CO.

C. Lt. i wa" R. R. CarMel
Proprieums ana Publtshers.

C L. MITTINGER.
Editr and General Mmanager

I. R. CARROLL,
City Edito aw d wi.-.um IMemar.

Four as bright knight,' of the grip
as ever opened a sample ease or pre-
sented their claims to the public were
in town this morning and rounded up
en manuu at Knight and lAng's. where
It- E. Skinner of the Milton Wagon Co.
wac drawing up a contract for the
ialt of wagons. A. P. Pound, who
hails from the Gate City of the South.
asF waiting his time to snemak for the
Brown Carriage 4Company of Cincin-
rnati. P H Hickman of Statepville
was patent. but he prorpoed to speak
for his harness cmrpny. while E. M.
Hicks of Statesville insisted the whips
his house made beat the world and was
a:- happvY as happy could be as he took
the most seductive order he has ever
looked. He secured a fair bride from
the Cigar City of the World last night
and looked and spoke as if he didn't
care whether school kept or not

Today will witness the formal open-
ing of the State University at Gaines-
ville. Addreses wil bhe made by Con-
gresrman Frank <'lark. Solicitor Bry-
an of Jacksonville. Governor Broward
and President Murphree ,,f the State
I'mnale <'.llege at Tallaha.ssee. while
Therr vill be an impromptu 'sympo-
sium of eloquenc~,- from distinguished
educators and citizens from all over
the state. Tonight refreshments will
be served. a reception held and the
young folks enjoy a dance. It will be
great day for Gainesville.

We think our friend. H. C. Pack-
ham, who is now in communion with
his friends in the City of Brotherly
Love. is somew-hat facetious in the
card he sends us of the city hall. Phil-
adelphia, when he says: "'Fac simile
of the Ovala court house." That mag-
nificent structure cost $20.00f.000.
while our modest temple of justice will
assess u.s $40.0t The former wa.s
built of graft. while our board of
county commissioners will see that noi
graft comes out of our tax.

H. ('. Groves of the Anti- Monopoly
Drugstore, will leave in a few days
for Atlanta to meet with the National
Assol-tatioQ of Retail Druggists. Mr.
G. is the Florida chairman of the State
Pharmaceutical Association. and is on
the program for a speech. After the
meeting be will go to Monteagle. Tenn..
to meet his wife and visit his. son,
Henry. who is attending school at that
place.

John Collins of the True Democrat
,"t Tallabassee, and who, is publishing
a splendid newspaper, has constant re-
currences of nightmares on the drain-
age scheme of Broward. and in speak-
ing of temptations besetting him to
join the drainage gang. says. "We
have had more han once chance to
sell." Now. what the public is inter-
ested in is to know who is so sorely
tempting John. That would be live
news. Expose the tempters and save
your virtuous manhood.

The people of JLee county, of which
Port MAyers is the capital, can boast
of a 2.0f-acre pineapple patch at Cax-
ambay. also a clam bouillon factory
that canned the past season 6H0 cases
of claims and bullion. This factory is
operated by E. S. Burnham & Co. ofl
New York City

The editor of the Star was the re-
cipient of some very fine pineapple's at
Punta Gorda through the partiality of
Editor Jordan and Mr. Keen. the grow-
er. and desires to say that burg is way
out on the long dock n hen it comes to
fish and not slowv in growing pineap-
pled a] which Mr. Keen is a veritable
example of success. The pines were
large, luscilous and of unrivaled deli-
cacy. We sincerely hope the grower
may live to see the Ev'erglades drained.
for on this he is an enthusiast, survive
to convert Editor Jordan to his theory
of giving unlimited power to the trus-
tees. and wake up on the morning after
the second Tuesday in November and
celebrate over the carrying of the
drainage amendment. In the mean-


time we will simply keep wishing our
supply of delicious pineapple wil! not
run short.

Alex. Holley. formerly of Marion. but
now of Orlando. is in the city. Year.i
.-ro he ran the Alliance Store at E'-i
-Pka. when that organization was all
tie rage in Marion county among our
tillers of the soil, but is now a .anl
-nanipulator in the Phenomenal City
of Orange county. He reports the rasp
of the saw and the song of the ham-
mer as having the right of way in that
beautiful city. and the music of struc-
tural development is pleasing to the
ear Orlando has developed into a
rrest winter resort, and prnoses to
keep up its reputation this season
.along this line.

Mr. J. F. Barrett of Belleview will
shortly go to Stnford to see his son-
in-law. Geo. B. Pope. who is one of the
iw ucceful contractors and builders of


A POLITICAL TRICK BOARD OF TRADE MEETING A Heavy Load to Carry.

I We are receiving many letters about The Ocala board of trade will hold Along with dysppsia come erv TqVo
the drainage scheme from our read-Its regular monthly meeting In the city ar deeal" d, saith.d dses not y
er. Most of them say they can't hall .Thuray afternoon at 4 clock mit the food to be pror erly digested, aid
s. oat o the sa, thy A full attendance is desired Its products asimilate" by the &ysteL.
understand why they should tax them.- T.T. Munroe. President. Te blood is charged % ith poiaos whirl
Selves to drain the Everglades. because C. L. Bittinger. Secretary. w come from this disordered digetiOn, and
there is plenty of other good land in In t om the nerve are not fed on good,
fci n'da to be had for the asking. and I CARD OF THANKS red blood. and w, -ee symptoms of nervv-
Florida to be had for the asking. and ousnesa, sle-plesnems and general break-
1that this cheme looks like a "poitiai down. It is not headLwork. nor over phy-
that this scheme looks like a -political Editor Star: Please allow us through sical exertion that does it. but poorstom-
trick." True. we have plenty of lands. your paper to thank our Ocala and ach work. With poor. thin biood the
but will they grow truck, sugar cane Cedar Grove friends fo.r their kind- body is not prteted against the attack
and rice like tho drained lands of the ness and sympathy extended to u. in of germs of grip. ronchitis and consumnp.
o the death of our dear little boy both tion. Fortif the body at once with Dr.
Evergiades Fager forces are drain- bo Pierce's Gol'den Medical Discovery--a
Evergiades Flagler's forces are drain- by their letter% and words of condo- rare combination of native medicinal
Sig lands similar to the Everglades in lenee and their presence at the burial, roots without a particle of alcohol o
quality and fertility and getting fab- Mr and Mrs. G. A. Petteway. dangerous habit-forming drugs,
uous pris for them-from to Atlanta. Ga.. Sept. 25. 19(0. A little book of extracts, from proml-
ulous prces for them-from $50 to $100| nent medical authorities ext,1:ing every
Ian acre. If it is good for them. why SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY nredient contained in LUr. Pierce's
not for the state? Why do people go -- ree to a I.drss on ryuw:t be postal
to the East Cmast to truck, who have The Ocala High School opens Mon- card or lkctr. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
tor year tried it in Marion and other day morning for the term of 1906-ko7. 1Bufalo. N'.
The big school building is in splendid M any year. of active practice convinced
counties? Because the land Is more shape for the opening of school. The Dr. Pitr e cf the value of many native
i productive and truck can be grown at walls have been kalsomined and the roots as me, both in time and in money,
I a eason of the year when it would woodwork varnished and a general to perfe.~-t his ovn puliar processes for
Sbp destroyed by frost elsewhere, and overhauling made. The grounds have renderingr themra b .- ci, t and safe for
be.-ause they can grow double the been leveled, the shade trees trimmed tonic. ltorative and rebu.ding agents.
Amount of products on those lands per and the outside as well as the Inside' The enormous ariry of "Golden
acre than elsewhere and get their stuff of the premises placed in first class Metic ali c r din as due both toettsl
in the market at a time when it brings condition. The attendance is expect- redici'nal value of its ingredients. The
higher prices. There is no secret in ed to be larger than ever before this publication of the awmc of the ingwdi-
the people seeking such lands. It is year, and much good work is antici- cuts on the wrapper of ever bottle sold,
reason and common sens for thoae in pated from both pupils and teachers. gies full assurance of its non-alcoholic
character and removes all objection to
that business. The argument that the DR. FARMER TO WED the use of an unknown or secret remedy.
drainage of those lands would depop- It is not a patent medicine nor a secret
u:ate other sections of the state is not one either, This fact puts it in a cla
good. for with those of Florida would Dr. Lucius P. Farmer. a Marin anlb!y itself, bearing as ft does upon every
come thousands from beyond the con- county boy. and a citizen of rEureka. bottle wrapper The Budge of Honesty, in
flnes of the state. and thus materially will be married October 1o. in Stella- thefullli-tof its ingredients.
aid the whole commonwealth. How ville, Ga., to Miss Sara. daughter of I The"Golden .MedialDi-:covery cures,
ai whole commonwealth. How a. M. k stomach. indigestion, or dyspepsia.
Sabot the political trick' We cannot Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Brown. at their res- torpid liver and bilious.ncss. ulceration of
a--e it A determined man. a common i idence at 3 o 'clock in the afternoon, stomach and bwles and all catarrhal af-
s.-rnse maii, made his campaign on that Dr. Farmet recently graduated from fections no matter what parts or organs
issue. the people elected him. and now one of the Georgia colleges of medicine may be affected with it. Dr. Pierce's
I e is only trying to make his prom- with high honors, and is well equipped Pleasant Pollets are the original little
h ae for his onrofsnson. He ismtohbecon-Hliver pills, first put up 40 years ago. .They
I and pledges good. He has studied for his rosson. i to b con- regulate ad iavigorate stomach, liver
the question as no other man has. He gratulated upon winning the heart and and bowels. Much imitated but never
is satisfied with facts and figures, and hand of this excellent young Georgia equaled. Sugar-ftated and easy to take
tire is no opposing question put to lady. as candy. One three a doe.
him that he cannot give a good rea-
son to overthrow it. How a drainage SHOUTS TOO SOON DID NOT CARE
board of five men. elected by the peo-
ple can become a "political machine" The Jacksonville ,Metropolis brags iTO SPEAK TOO SOON
anv more in the future than they have that there has never been a race riot
been in the past. we would like to in Jacksonville or Duval county. It is now generally conceded by peo-
know. "Too much power." cry the Seems to us that the Met. forgets the pie who know that the "El Tropico
timid. How without the amendment trouble in that city in 1892. caused by Havana Smoker," made in our own
,an the trustees of the improvement a negro killing a young white man home town, is the best smoker ever
-cheme collect taxes assessed against with a drayv standard, and which grew put on the market.
I thee wealthy land syndicates, that are so serious that Governor Fleming hal Whether cigars are made in Tampa,
no.v fighting their $225.000 assessments to call out the militia. Key West, or any other place, makes
nw figh thi 5.0 assessm no difference; it Is the quality of the
,Lhile all the small owners in the the quality of the
"rainage district have paid theirs. You HOW'S THIS? tobacco that makes a good smoke, and
nclote trhetrusteesdwnith uo-not the name of the town on the box
inus- clothe the trustees with auto- o Pr One Hundred Dollars Re- that constitutes a good cigar. Notice
ratic power to beat into the trace f ward for any case of Catarrh that can- the "green band" and take no substi-
p.yirng their taxes those high blooded not h cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. tute, or one that is offered you 'just
finn-icial colts of accumulated wealh,. F. J. Chency & Co., Toledo. 0. as good,. as there are none.
which inevitably means power to then. We. the undersigned, have known F. .. gOo iD, e ne i a
and who never scruple -to do" the Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Our Milo Deyo nickel cigar (red
commonn people when it comes to their Ileve him perfectly honorable in all band) and "Grand Royal" ten and fit-
personal interests. The records of the business transactions and financially teen cent goods (blue band) neel no
personal nterepasts. The records years able to carry out any obligations made further introduction, having been
state for the pat twenty-five year b his firm. moked for years by the best people
are plastered with their insubordinate Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. and pronounced "the best" for the
acts against the wishes and votes of Wholesl.ie Druggists. Toledo, 0. prlce.
the common people. So let the people's Ha!l's Cat jrrh Cure is taken irnter- Above brands are on sale at first
voice prevail in this matter and a half naliy, acting directly upon the blood class cigar stands
century in the future will be at ycur and mucous surfaces of the system, class cigar stands.
Sdor in a decade, and the longer the T stimonials sent free. Price 75c per El Tropico Cigar Factory,
door n a decade and the longer battle. Sold by all druggists Ocala, Fla.
great york is deferred the longer will Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
be withheld the millennium that It Is nation. H
sure to bring to the great Interests of
the state. When you can't trust the MACCA ES, A TION
people, you might as well "shut up -SO
Sshop." Supervising A. C. Hamrick For Infants ad Childr.
Is In the city, a as some very im- A
A LUCKY PHOSPHATE FIND portant and In ting matters to 8 d W ula AIlway INO
bring before t te Every member _u
Hunting for deposits of phosphate in earnestly r este be present at Bears the
is still on the move, and now and then the meeting is even Signatre of e
there are lucky finds. One of the 0 G. W. n, R. K.
most fortunate came to a man (we T. D. Bryan. K. C.
t have forgotten his name) near Zolfo, HATCH SHOT A HAZER
in DeSoto county, 'a few weeks ago. WEATHER FORECAST
It was on a 40-acre tract that some harlotte. N. C., Sept. 26.-J. J.
Sman had built a house on. intending Washington. Se't. 26.-Rain tonight Hatch. a member of the freshman
to improve it, but fortune beckoned end probably Thur.:lay; cooler tonight class of the University of North Caro-
Shim elsewhere. He was anxious to in northeast portion. lina. shot and fatally wounded Ber-
sell at $400. The man who made the nard O'Neill. a sophomore, from Will-
Sdiscovery was not burdened with this AN INSIDIOUS DANGER inington, on the campus yesterday
world's goods, so he confided his good 'ne of the worst features of kid- evening. I
luck to a friend, who advanced him rey trouble is that it is an insiiious alatch surrendered to the authorities.
the money, with the understanding nd foe h victim reais He is 17 years of age. and it is thought
that he should have an interest in the lady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the students were trying to haze him.
purchase. The trade was made. the the first sign of trouble as it corrects Both young men are socially promi-
Sdeeds parmsed and then the finder made irregularities and prevents Bright's nent.
Known his discovery, and on investiga- disease and diabetes. Sold by all _---------- j
' tion the phosphate people of that sec- dealers. _NO CASE ON RECORD
tion became anxious to buy it. The
!bids advanced rapidly from $500 to Thursday evening at the Carlton There is no case on record of a
$8000, but as the owners' price is $1.- House the Epw.rth League will have 1cugh or cdil resulting in pneumonia
000. there is a lull in negotiations, but a grand rally. Recitations and music jr consumption after Foley's Honey
those conversant with the pebble value to please everybody. Captain Ditto j nd Tar has been taken, as it will
of the land say it is only a question will give a medley-readings from stop your cough and break up your
of time when $16,.000 will be handed Shakespere combined with comedy. oIl I quickly. Refuse any but the gen-
over to the present fortunate owners. Let all the young people come out. uite Fole.v's Honey and Tar in a yellow
safe and sure. Sold by all dealers.
SCHOOL TEACHERS TO MEET Pat Randall of Connor has sold his
power yacht Winona to Messrs. C('has. Have you seen our new line of beau-


There will be a meeting of the teach- Recob and L. H. Haley of Clearwater. tiful desks for ladies? We would take
ers of the Ocala High School at the The boat will be sent around the coast it as i favor if you would let us show
school building Saturday afternoon at to Clearwater. i them to you. 9cala Furniture Co.
3 o'clock. The meeting is an impor- i
tant one and each teacher is expected Elegant new china closets and but- BLITCHTON
to be present. fets and china closets combined. Call
and see them at McIver & MacKay's. The annual meeting of the Marion
A bath cleanses the skin and rids county Sunday School Convention will
Sthe .ores of refuse. A bath makes for In these days of rush and hurr"y be held in the Blitchton Baptist church
i better fellowship and citizenship. Not courtesy is often forgotten. In the Friday. Saturday and Sunday of this
(only should the outside of the body mad. Dell mell rush of our life little week.
he cleansed. but occasional use of a things are done to offend that we The recent railroad project to con-
laxative or cathartic opens the bowels rather remained undone. A hastily rt Ocala with Standard. Blitchton
and clears the system of effete mat- eaten meal and its resultant headache ;,n Fellowship has created deep in-
,ter. Best for this are DeWitt's Little may cause us social or financial loss. terest in these parts. which means rap-
I Early Risers. Pleasant little pills that The wise man or woman is the One idly increasing prosperity, not only to
do not gripe or sicken. Sold by the who relieves little ills of this sort by Ocala. but the entire section through
Ani-Mon Drugorea litt dos of Kodl Fr Dyspesia. which the line traverses.
It digests what you eat. and puts your ;uv Blitch is at home. recuperating
FOR SALE-Fifteen fine pure bred stomach back into shae. Sold hy the from an attack of fever.
Silver Laced Wyandotte roosters. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. iRev. A 1.. Prison visited friends in
hatched from choice eggs of my best Tiitch.on this week.
hens. Each. $1. L. H. Willis, McIn- FOR SALE Why nt plant tobacco and long and
tosh. Fla- A splendid family horse, chenp for short staple cotton in Marion. as is
, cash. Address this office. being done in other counties, where.


a it growth II c Ity. Mr. m. win inci-
dentally look over the celery fields for HORSES AND MULES MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
which Sanford is famous and mav be oo will alway find at . A
Induced to locate there and try his Too will always find at J. R. Har- At
Induced to locate there and try his tin & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala. EXTREMELY LOW RATES
hand in the cultivation of the same. and at Hugh Nichols" Wildwood sta-
tion as good muies and horses as can Via
William Baiser. a resident of Heidt- be found in Florida. For quality the Y
%ille. who for several months has been prices are reasonable. No trouble to I
absent in Alabama and Georgia. re- show animals. When in need call on S U TIERN RY. I
turned home yesterday adn sent to- Hugh Nichols. proprietor, Ocalas or FROM JACKSONVILLE
day in Ocala. Mr. B. is under the Wildwood _
weather and a his trip did him no $10.35, Atlanta. Ga.. and return. Tick-
woodther and as his trAp did him n WANTE o ees on sar.' September "'. and 30:
much app to loan o Amer- limit. 4 cthber 7: extension to Octo-
Oscar Gale. manager of the Marion ican siln k 1 ) for ber 2-2.
Merantile Comnanv at Relleview. was June he edition l uste $0.70. Richmond. Va.. and return..


i; I .'~ I i. great suil ms o money are
hIeing made by the producers.
Blitchtonian.

DOCTORS ARE PUZZLED
The remarkable recovery of Kenneth
Mvflvtr, of Vanceburo. Me., Is the sub-
i.'t 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 : inhc'ed to try Dr. King's New
Ix-,.'.t-ry. and I am happy to say, it
o-P.i my life.'" Cures the worst
koughs and colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis,


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G


Of the United Statee eMe the Cer-
tain Result of the Troublee
in Cuba neJ
Havana, Sept. 2.-Secretary Taft
and Assistant Secretary Bacon in-
formed the Associated Press yester-
day afternoon that they were "thor-
oughly disgusted" with the petty
methods of the government leaders
here and admitted that they had prac-
tically abandoned all hope of bringing
peace from turmoil. unless by force. If
In a formal statement to the Asso.
elated Press. Secretary Taft said: *
"Government officials, instead of eo-
operating with the United States to ba
save the republic, have resortel to ev-
ery kind of obstruction in order to .
continue their control of the adminis- G
tration.
"President Palma and his advisers O0
have rejected terms of peace, which
were honorable to them. although In
the form of a compromise with their
opponents. .. bi
"We are still striving to arrange a
settlement, but cannot say that we are to
hopeful, for I never knew a more dis-
gusting situation.
"I am convinced, from my investiga-' am
tions. that the elections were thor-
oughly rotten. Ic
"We don't want to intervene, but
the conditions may necessitate it.
"Reports show that the Insurgent
commanders have lost control of their
forces, which are now only lawless
blar.ds. that may at any moment loot
mnd barn.
"The situation seems to demand the
use of force and this situation his
been cabled to President Roooevelt." '

A LIVELY TUSSLE
with that old enemy of the race, con-
stipation, often ends in appendicitis.
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. 25c. at Tydings & Co.,
druggists.
A FIREBRAND EXTINGUISHED

Editor of the Georgia Baptist Had to
Leave Augusta
Augusta, Ga.. Sept. 26.-After hav-
ing been mysteriously warned that
he must leave Augusta on account of
incendiary publications in his paper,
a negro journal, the Georgia Baptist.
W. J. White, a negro preacher, notified FINE CA
Mayor Allen yesterday that he would
get out and never return. He left on
a midday train and his paper is to sus-
pend publication.
White has been the cause of In-
cipient disturbances between the races t
by expressions in his paper and has F IALN
had several narrow escapes.

Cured Hay Pever anf Summer Cold HORSES
A. J. Nusbaum. Batesville, Indiana,
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so dis-
tiessing that it Interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pres-R
cription did not reach my case, and I
took several medicines which seemed
to only aggravate my case. Fortunate- F ES
ly I insisted upon having Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar in the yellow package, and Western
it quickly cured me. My wife has
since used Foley's Honey and Tar with moCw
the same success." Sold by all dealers. I_

SEABOARD AIN LINE I
SPECIAL RATES

$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 29th and 30th, with PHONE
final limit Oct. 7th. Extension avail-
able to Oct. 22.
S11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-


ets on sale Oct. 9th and 10th. with
final limit Oct. 29th. Extension avail-
able to Oct. 30th.
$23.75 Richmond, Va., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st,
with final limit Oct. 8th.
$20.70 Memphis, Tenn., and return.
Tickets on sale Oct. 15th, 16th, 17th
and 18th, with final limit Oct. 20th.
Extension available to Nov. 30th.
$21.15 New Orleans, La., and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 15th, in-
clusive, with final limit Oct. 30th.
Ex-tension available to Nov. 30th.
$34.45 Rock Island, III., and return.
Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and 8th,
with final limit Oct. 16th.
$34.40 Dallas, Texas, and return. Tick-
ets on sale Oct. 6th, with final limit
21 days from date of sale.
$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th. 21st and
22nd, with final limit Oct. 30th. Ex-
tension available to Nov. 15th.
For further Information and Pull-
man reservations, call city ticket office.
telephone 129.

OF INTEHtkiti' 'u MANY
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. Sold by
ail dealers.
Howard Academy opened with over
300 pupils, and everything is getting
down to business and hard school
work. Professor McCall proposes to
make the season's work a success.

Fred Mention, the grocer near the
city market, met with a serious acci-
dent yesterday. He was driving along
the A. C. L. track when the coupling


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Isgaifas inSesmhe.

oodsol y st~dlmgis y'P4

wal hThae lcksmv


I come early while you acwa*

g variety to select from. OW

se stock MUST be

md sold quicky, ence e-

r to sell at 50 ce-ta s t


Boston


OCALA, FLORIDA.



MARION FARMS' ....

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(INCORP ORATED)


GENERAL LIVERY


RRIAGES, BUGGIES,


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TRAPS, CARRYALLS,
SADDLE HORSE iU I'


VEHICLES, FAST -HORSES


AND MULES FOR SALE
HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTH

A. C. COBB, Geeral Maager




iH MEATS AND VEGETABLES

eef, Veal Florida Stall Fed Bee -f.h A t
's Star Ham- ArmoW's Pc&k S m&, Ca
se, Rutaagas, Tunrps. Bats, Swet


W. P. EDWARDS.


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pin of his wagon broke and threw him
on the dashboard, breaking out sever-
al of his teeth.

Reuben Mitchell. the old-time mail '"
route man over the 8. A. IR. R.. be-
tween Fernandina and Tampa. is I
spending today with his family in this TROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
city. THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- -iB
ter 4888, Laws of Florida. To TH E Over its own rails to Savannah. Carilest
Notice is hereby given that 8. J. Pat- EAST and Washington. thence via PS-nnylvao -aew".
person, purchaser of tax certificates ALL KAIL .
Va IT49 974 .A A-.,A th. *VA .._ -F 14,


COLONIST

DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN
TODAY and every day until October 31t the MISSOUR
CIF!C RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will e*i
Colonist Tickets w CALIFORNIA. OREGON and NORTH
Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through I
LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, SCENIC COLORADO and SALT I
CITY. .The other via MEMPHIS and EL PASO, TEXAS.
Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tiekete a
days on Northwest Tickets.
No changes. Through Tourists Sleeping Cars every day

HOME8EEKERS IXCURSI8OI8
TO ARKANSAS, TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA, IN
TERRITORY AND MEXICO.


30 Day Limit Wilg be Alowed on T
Srickets, Which Will be So d oan
SEPT. 4 and 18 OCT. 2 and 1,

LIBERAL STOPOVERS
Go See the New Country.
Free Literature Mailed on Request.
I. E. REHLANDER,
Traveling Pasmage Agent.
Chttanega Te


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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER a, 1906


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OCALA OCCURRENCES DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN
.--.- Mr. B. Frank Moore died at his home
Maccabees m,-et this evei-ing. in Valdosta. Ga., at 5. o'clock this
-n,-r- ning of typhoid malaria. Mr
Rebekaha meet tomorrow night. M',-ore- was a son of Mr. E. L. Moore
--f Ih- Moore-Knight Lumber Com-
Mr. J. W. Crosby is numbered among panv. -' h, recently bVilt a big sawmill
the sick. h;,lf v.ay bt-tween this city and Silver
s nprtngs. The deceased was only ill
"Prince." the Montezuma pet canine. for a short time. He- was quite well
has been found. known in this city. having spent some
time here with his father several
The council did not meet last night. 'months ago. Mr. Moore left on the


No quorum present.
SMr. L. I Horne of York was
SMotezunia yesterday.
J. I' Sikes of Dunnellon was
i Mntezumna yesterday.


at the

at the


Seaboard train at 1 o'clock to day to
attend the funeral of his son. Mr.
Moore's friends here sympathize with
him in the death of his promising
young son.


A GOOD INVESTMENT


i Mr. Lawtrence allard came up from Who will come to the rescue of the
Cornell this afternoon. I city. make a good investment for him-
S- Itself and confer a great boon upon the
Mr. Loren H. Green of Jacksonville public at large by building from ten to
was in the city yesterday. thirty oo,-d cottage houses in Ocala.
Nice, neat cottages, built on modern
Vest and coat pocket electric lights; plans, from 5 to 7 rooms. each. Such
*)bottorn prices. Young & Cline. houses would rent readily and at a
V good figure. and could be leased before
I Mr. George (G. Maynard of Rock th. work of construction began, or at
jSprings as in the city today. least a good many of them could.
Robert 1(McDaniel was in town today A TIMELY CARTOON
from the Grahamnville section.
In the "Timely Cartoons" in the
The Marion Hardware Company re- Times-Union the other day there was
ceived a car of window sash today. one picturing Ocala as a great build-
Kodak time. We have e i her's yard, with many houses going up
thing n Iany many workmen busy and in-*the
the line. The Postoffe foreground a big fellow sawing a tim-
Wallace Davis is yet quite sick. His thr. The ple 'ture was labeled. "Ocala.
brother. Robert. is somewhat better. Sawing Wood and Saying Nothing."
J. C. Wh,-aler, with the International Our people are great smokers, Many
Ha;rvciter n,,ipany. is still quite sick. take kindly and even affectionately, to
Su a meerschaum pipe, and pride them-
Mr. Jesse Iovell, one of the success- slves in having a nice one. If you
saw the great variety of these beauti-
ful truckers of Sparr. was in town to- s the reat arety of these beauti-
day. ful pipes at Peyser's you would real-
ize that young and old cherished*thea
Mr. J. S. M-Allister. the sawmill man and longed for them, or he would not
of Re.h-lick. wa.- at the Mlontezuma last keep the assortment he does.


Iv111111111 \ ()!'" 1O1 i:araaint'.. X-Senattor cigars to g j "_ pFire Chief Brigance will go up to
S('xillilJtr frol' 1 ,, lb'.tIr and wii more satisfac- Offi'e su.plies of all kinds. an.l Jacksonville tomorrow to meet Mrs.
I ni o >Xiirally thian most lo ce'nt cigars. k a specialty, at the O'ala News | Brigance. who has been visiting in
F',r sale at all leading stands. cents. Company. Kentucky.
M3rs. M. L. Durand, who has been
/liIwll n ltn s. vii'.,e her son. Paul. at St. Peters- Don't fail to try the new fancy A coupon with every 10 cent pur-
/I 11 i '- Iti'. ,"si-. for l.fIrast few eeeks. returned drinks and at the Anti-Monopoly puts ou n line for a piece of hand-
IC tIj.n today. drugstore painted china.
H0 GA. r o iMr. R. E. Yonge. Sr., returned this H. M. Hampton the rising young
was i th- (ily today. Mr. MeCraney afternoon frosouthern attorney, has purchased H. L Ander-
JO B PHONOGRAPH. (-it*,"^",,? F^*; today. Mr."-.^ My n"the county. s *
i's n-, of the bhst known naval stores son's residence in the fourth ward.
Ss1110W 100 ell ,r' in the state. He recently Railroal Commissioner-elect Newton and will occupy it on the return of his
J'IlR\Vll 1 lo" Iut'ht '2'*4, acres ,of land near Cole- itch i i the city, a guet of the wife from the mountains of North
].i.tn Idt 'm Mr. limes. which he added Caxolina.
it l 11 O it ,I M ntezutlla.
tHL HB' h '* ltimtwr h.oldings in that --
I' fill';Slilf t.f' hir- ih-ay tir r hIings in that A special bargain in box paper for
t he iasi f '( W e are headquarters for school the mont-h of September-Whiting's-
] h ',SC5illg o F( A h t, t- i- Iks ;nrd school supplies of all kinds, at 31. 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co.,
iW i; 10- knoFwn Ln *,.an,' R PENT--,'ie of the best !-cat- o.'ala News Co. phone No. 30.
) 1 111)1 kiB KIWOl ''t nndw m'n.t <,,p.vptnient cottages In the I
14OBl) e\. v I i -"*n I wvrd. House has five rooms. J. B. Peacock of Williston and A. L. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhelnauer,
W tI, and iathri',m; large yard. stable Thomas of Hernando dined at the who have visited at Montreal and
,-t' 1t' ti i"f r'd- ..nd vw,,todh.,us(-. Aiply at this office. Montezuma today. Quebec, are now at Lake George. and
i0t IIll ( are having a lovely time. They ex-
SMr S F'rancis F'owler, having suc- Mr. 1,. 4'. Webb came down yester- pect to reach home in about ten days.
'x hl. --l. I ,-h-,.,1 in enr.olling sufficient members. day fro-m. Kondrick to attend the Elks'
0 !l't 11-'ll I (f '" "...tain a charter, will organize a' meeting last night. FOR RENT--The first floor of a
S'ttI in 'it I. ,dge4 ,f the Benevolent Knights of g.od residence in the second ward;
Te- i' il' ll1l' '.all IM' nla(le ingn for free sample of Dr. Blosser's Ca- office.
vtrv instruftive anid lliter tarrh Cure. and get well.
.* I Pitl man came un from 'Coleman I Mrs. W. T. Gary and baby are vis-
1:11111- 1idill a lyll rapld.!.ysterda-y and said everything was Ed Freyermuth. the well borer, went iting the former's parents. Prof. and
Sprort-ressing nicely. Ht- will open his east of the Oklawaha today to bore a Mrs. Yocum. at Gainesville.
1 Ik --.ck lridav ni Saniturday. anl be well for the school house.
*i,, fir l -usiness M'.ndiay. October 1. j Bamboo and grass screens, work
You can get the Atlanta Journal ev- boxes. nat and skirt boxes. etc.. the
Wh..n y'u have a ei.l it is well o ery day and Sunday at Allan Bridges' j prettiest of the new furniture novel-
S- 1,ry ca ,,.rfil about using anything news stand for 1z cents a week. ties. to be had only at Mclver & Mac-
Ithat x ill tnuso (.nstilation. Be par- Mr. J. N. Tiller has returned from Kay's.
ticuli arefl about reparatons a visit to Hot Springs. Ark.. and was B. Tankersley. one of Coleman's
IC EL f T. ; inngiopate=. U.n e KenneTi 'ys greatly benefited by his stay there. factors of progress, wras intown last
U!I'*P~i AinDA 'I <.ieh I ni l VoI4 v a he indi Tar. which tors night. and reports his-burg on the top-
S a h ..uh ;ni-.onolve the bowels. Sold Mrs. George MacKay and children most wave of progress and prosperity.
I n h i-Monopoly Drugstore. arrived home this afternoon from
T'h'. n.-'t. r I.t atr'I live and their outing at Hendersonville. N. C. Mrs. Henry Gordon and baby return-
?r .,. I r ,,<,' -'" ii'6rs i. i1.h la,.st Bamboo porch screens while they ed yesterday from a visit to friends at
..... ,.,, ,,l t,. .'l Ti,,;,', i: fac- .last. $1.45 and $1.75. The reason? We Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Barse will re- Dunnellon. The sheriff accompanied
'*, <..,li "'!i- o .i..i i-n i\nal- ith don't care to carry them over. Ocala turn to the Montezuma Hotel on Oc- them home.
V ~1.>- !'. -,'. ; r.,ri..or. a;tid Furniture Company. tober 1. Mr.' Barse is the traveling
.,a '.- a. 1 ir..:: i.1.. a, ',h ;,i-,'uicai, and salesman in this section for the Na- You get your money's worth at the
S. ...- ," 1.- d .-.11 at -ight. J. D.. McDufBv. among his purchases tional Biscuit Company. Ocala News (romDany, and a coupon
i;,. k 4, i N k1.-a-, ot. They if \1 western horses, has a beautiful sor- for a $25 piece of hand-painted chi-
;,..., ., n k, .... a nd pedigreed stallion, a very handsome na. You can see it in the window.
i . .. ... t i .\ ;r. .. .i , is b.'- f, r-yt ear-old anim al, w ith a recordti n t e.
S. .' 1,1.::* i.\ b.1 l *nti i right with promise. Mack, W. wt t your prescription trade.
"*]".i, '., ,' :" i; 11,1,, ],. '. k p,;.k- ke' im) f..r breeding purposes. l JU' Ay We give the best service possible. Pure
-. -drugs, competent prescriptionists, fair
,.V _i, p ,, v,,,i f.,r A b,.utiful now line of oak and mta- Of & box prices and prompt delivery. Please
I ,, -N.."11117- 111 '1.l ine' o rf oak and ma- send or bring your trade to Tydings
at 1 T'1 Ih- t .iti ,in,,l. ;tV musi ahi- -ts. in the newest & 'Co.. phone 30.
',,'.".;," ;t l s d.'- l. -i' ,isp;la% at M c 'lver & M ac-
-- .'.i __ iI -#Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark. who
S 1iv l Al LNA '\I P x _.- i ........ .. . ..... .11 r h nin have been living with Mrs. Standley.
*"' &~ ~ti &UW-, hv oe note~ilM~nl


NWIALL-A-ruUl^
V HAND-MADE7
ND

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k ".tltig. It si:'tr% Clean t:le poes,
gt-kn uT'he a treee c.crt&lanon,
rmoems &::..wrcinkls, an a isurec a

it@ JreQmaeflt ut linrurn ome -;"
ke, ou woung lcokng and food
lookmfn. SOC ana $1.00 per Ar.


Call .a ur stitr
for sa'tP.e


, ..... ...... ,.- ...-,,..- n ,a ..,-,u have moved into the Will McDonald
f' *,n I ay 'iitv. w hiere he was running -house tn La We ee.
NDIES on Lave ue.
If y,,., want a phonograph, absolute- FWyandot cockrels elly ced
,iy fr.'. rnad the Star's free phono- 4$ b 5Ea1n fromc c ock. mrl d a.S.
xvith ,,ie. .-
h '.f,, and supply your home H W M s Fla.
-- iMdoin ss Louise Ni stopped in Ocala
.'. V Mille.r:, and . Middleton yesterday to visit relatives. She left
i wn t klan yesterday this afternoon for Sutherland. Fla.. to
So k at sme turpntneT TROXER. enter the college at that place.

A sin on Judge l offie door ____ The Ocala News Company is opening
'f.ni ,he B u,' that "ot-r has taken d an elegant advance line of holiday chi-
,h-'.ns 1he 'uh hu.. tha w lib has taken i na. in all of the most beautiful domes-
ut ill be back at-imported oods. The line is
utiy. Anyoig .. having lusir ne.s thl the largest. the most expensive and
'i.'t j-u'gi' na leave oriithetaxLOSE tht b(-st seli-ction they have ever car-

iTh. K. (;'e,.. ('lark 1iros.. pro- AND ABUSE Pon., to Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rawls.
t'r-1 has atre $1 s gld this morning, a little girl. Mother
i, ,.e. ,,. 1,. 1. -I 17. l ).r tr the largest ThlOS- tired eyes of yours an ,. child doing nicely.
I ui.;n. \\i:i! weighs s li1) pounds. ___
*. t-n,, th. I ,i '... .. th,, tea at i,;. Will stal1nd lots f abIuse, yet Rat wheat. 10 cents, will surely kill
..un, N v ., ~rl. s it was not there is a limit to their' pa., mice and rats. All other kinds kept
T ', of -e 'i.t-pumpkin tribe. in stock also. Tydings & Co.. phone
S -,., ,n own |tien( anid their po)ver. N". '. T.
Ni r Wilii-ton l't-uii ain' down last t
tight. fv.-i : Ced'.l K, '. where lie has YO i may WOrTy ahllg for Irs. I- Mobley of Norman Park.
i ., s.sti.iniig i'n' tnie. and will vis- Ga.. arrived in the city a few days
it M .1t NMr- Schitvmitner and Mr. quite a while, but there will ago and will send several months
Sand M- i Hulber f.r aI ft-w days. Mr. 1 here as the guest 'of her parents. Mr.
Sllnus .l..kls b.-rt Than he lfhas for a Olle tillie W 1It Ol will and Mrs. J. E P.ailey.
e.ll' "I regret 0or p)Vs nt i1ilifl'er- -
I - y ti .ci Two passenger lawn swings, only
%Mr W. I, ': ahami has returned l etv. $3.90, and you'd better come quick if
f,'n 4 r.taha 'nvilie. w here he spent a you want one. for they won't last at
f x days. \itt his parents, since re- I Will give you eye advice htis price. Ocala Furniture Company.
:urnin: fro'.n North Caroliia. and is i a m rt ot
i ,gage,l in the pursuit ,if a residence. Messrs. R. S. and S. E. Civil. father
-- -- DR. I). M. BONEY. and son. of Snarr, were in the city to-
The .l1,ssrs Keatinig. proprietors of . lay, buying supplies to begin in car-


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B. C. Ansted, representing the At-
lanta Shorthand and Southern Busi-
ness University, was in town yester-
day, talking up the advantages of his
institution.
The Montezuma Hotel is enjoying
the best patronage that it has ever
known. This is done on merit, and the
traveling public are appreciating good
service.
There is not a vacant room left in
the Montezuma Hotel. Colonel Ship-
man has recently contracted for a
number of the best rooms to new, long-
time boarders, and with the transient
trade the house is filled.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ward arrived in
Ocala Sunday on their wedding trip.
Mr. Ward is with the St. Louis
Wrought Iron Company, and with his
pretty and attractive bride will stop
at the Montezuma Hotel for the next
two months.
J. W. Alexander of the New Racket
returned from his New York purchas-
ing trip Saturday, and has coming one
of the finest stocks ever displayed by
the New Racket store.


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How
Clme
These
Meshes
Are.


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arriving daily, and we at in a ositn ts

save o mone. A we ask a

minutes of your valuable time to show

you through ou stock.


A FEW LEADERS

Iron Beds, $2.50 up.

Sideboards, $ 1.*50 up.


China Closets, $15


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OCALA FURNITURE CO.


E. C. SMITH.


C. V. ROBRTS


AMERICAN


FENCE.

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HEAVY WIRES, CLOSE MSH. PIG TIGHT.

Top and bottom bare No. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate Iman N. 11, galvausd
wire; Stays, No. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart.


SCHOOL DAYS AB IEAB AT HUID


Rheinauers'


For Boy's School Shoes.
For Boy's School Sotts.
For Boy's School Pants.
For Boy's School Caps.
For Boy's School Waists.
For Boy's School Bleso .
For Boy's Posy Hose.
'For Girl's School Shoes.
For Girl's School Caps.
Fcr Girl's School Hos,.


For 200 Pieces Zephyr Ginghams

in Neat Effect, Checks and Plaids,

I Oc. Fast Color Percales, I Oc.




HOW IS IT DONE? SOCIABILI R BUSY BEES
Te Maca ;t s 11 have ice cream
SIt 11 SilId St All .l 1 'A sar, their ting this even-
,t< I.' driol v tq-dtv hq me' a. re expected
) aIN-a.i.-. 1 l 0. .-s -nt.

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EPWORTH LEAGUE MUSICALE- -------- -. ia
e Thursday night. September 27. at &* H. 01111111 1W.
the Carlton House. the following pro- G0. J. w.w.. T, o A -
gram will be rendered, under the aus- B..CH. Te.e .
Spiees of the Epworth League:
Duet. "Joyous Return.--Misses Jes- Th StraoH oAd t
I sielu Martin and Irma Blake. T et w the. H. ,
Baritone Solo. "'The King of the
I Plame"-Mr. Victor Martinot. T A T
Instrumental Solo-Mary Irvine. t J | -
Recitation-Miss Vivian Dame. 'I A L
Duet. "Valse et la Galop"-Mise. .-
Eula Moore and Valera Bennett. .O A I* A.
Baritone Solo. 'Gondollers-Dr. L ...
F. Blalock-
L Instrumenta Solo, "Silver Stars- aa Upon PublkO Conidenoe is n-ida bss
Misls Eula Moore. and omed-_g Bu,, /tma
Recitation and War Reminlcenses- ang
Capt. W. L. Ditoo* .:
Comic Song. with Guitar Accompan-
iment-Mr. Harry A. Cline.
Duet. "T'he 8elegh Ride"-Milses
Mary Gates and Effle Moore.
Vocal Solo, "Sing Me to Sleep"- 1
Miss Jesslelu Martin.
Cornet and Piano Duet-Mrs. George
Taylor and Mr. A. G. Waldron.
Instrumental Solo, "It Trovatore"-
Mrs. L F. Blalock.
Duet. "Coral Caves"-Mrs. George
Taylor and Miss Eula Moore.
A special Invitation is extended to
the young people of the city.
A RELIC OF OLDEN TIMES









ELSAR NRESNG- ^^ ^ -***-^- ^- i---^-a--pi.^
The Ocala Iron Works have just re-
paired, and, in fact. practically rebuilt
a locomotive for the Crosby Lumber
Company of Martin, to use in hauling
logs on their railroad. This locomo-
tive is one of the narrow guage. small
type.of Baldwin engine, used to haul a
passenger train on the old Florida
Southern through Ocala. and was at "
that time No. 39. It is a 30-ton engine.
and with the overhauling it has had,
it is a better engine, except it is light-
er, than those now in use by the
Coast Line on the short runs. LEASED FOR TEN YE VAR I,
AN APPROACHING WEDDING
During the month of December there Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up4.s -
will be a wedding, in another state, Clean and Well Frnished Rooms and Plet to eat
of a popular young Ocala man, who is Cean
to be found within the confines of the
Ocala House block, to a popular West- V HAN PPR
ern girl. Now guess who. 0 WJS ", S5 I
ELKS ARE INCREASING -
The Elks held an important session u ..... A
last night. There was a &goodly at- -
tendance, and twenty-five members
were voted into the order. Three
members were initiated, namely. Go.A..s-.
J. Blitch. Allen W. Bridges and Geo. .
R- Tankersley. The boys gave the
young Elks a good time and welded
their antlers on in fine style.
MEETING OF KING'S DAUGHTERS- Mf g S-c-l4a S m mm
The King's Daughters will hold a
meeting Thursday morning at 9 o'clock We ly
in the Elks' Hall. I hope all the mem-
bers will be present as there is impor-
tant business to attend to.
Mrs. W. C. Lindsay, President.N W&S HEA2I L
Some rare bargains In Haviland -
china at the Postoffice Drugstore. -
T. E. Patterson, the Jacksonville OCALA" O .
contractor, is In the city looking after
the preliminaries to the building of
the new Delouest block.
Try the Victor, single cone, steel
tempered springs, fully guaranteed to
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Mr. J. F. Barrett, one of the most
successful truckers and farmers of the
Belleview section, was in town today, fal
as was Mr. Robert McDonald of Gra- a l ly
hamuville.I's.aAml :"!. ow f.,


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PAGE FOUR


KNIGHT & LNG,


Successors to S. A STAHDLEY & CO.


A Fill Stock of Wagons. Carriages, Buggies, Harnesa
Saddilery and all the Accompanying Lines

HEAVY FARM AND 'TURPa.N IINi WAGONS.

Exclusive Agents for the Famonls White Hickory Turpen
tin e Wagon. Prompt Attention tooutof Town Orders.

KNIGHT & LANG.


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NORTHWESTERN CANADA


BRONSON BRIEFS
News Notes From the Capital of Levy
County
-- -
('WiiV.lson Adv wcat. i
Judze Fr"l Cubb'-ryl. ,,f Cedar KJ-v
Swas here Tuesday on :- ga; ha-in'--
land returned h.me that right
I- W P. Pinnei!. :,f tn,- i.t. fir:'.: of
SPinneim & Son. returne-l Tue.-sOdt:. r.,:.:
from crystall Riv.-r w hter- n.- !:,l.
Been on business.
. J Farmer and W J Antl,-- .
*pent several da s last week i,, l;in:-
Sesville. in a~ t.-rn ani n t!+- .*i-::: jt
',.,n -nrmtion ,f the Krig`t-- if I':."h .-
They re-turneld Friday.
W P. !r.iith. r,f' Vald i- (;- ..-
here endeavoring to Tpur-has *;-* .--
-ixT!-h inter-st in :h,- Ri, s 1:,nri< i .
SLevy c(uny owne. hy Ha ,I.-- ,;. i.
Eppers.,n. He r urcht-e d the ;i"'--
sixth interest ~,:metimn- since fio. mie
heirs.
The rain:-rs are here this week .t*
work ,n Lh- pew ci.urthouse. Thby
will tut three het-avy c.ats i-f pail ,)n
the rrtions that are l1W- Tainte-.
R. M. M offer the clai'n a-ju~'-t- ,f
the Se-ahoarl. was here Mot.dav id-
jus irig stock claims with J A. Wil-
liam- and John R. Wi'lis. He *i*. I
a great number and two ca.-e ..*
tried in the county jlr.ze', i,'-r-t in
which judgment wa, given agins '
Sealta rd.
S. L. Vean ha- '-r:,- I the I.' -,
store and he- and 0. N. Sander.- \' ii
put an u.p-ito-date st(-k 1if I""'. 1-
the same. .IMr. ISan,-er- x ill i ha\e
charge- ,f the s.:r *'s, ar is 'one -"
the he -t sae-v4ne-n in the (*-unfty. an 1
'we preti' t fr him a g-ood trade.
The suit ,f J.iins- Hancook vs. the
I Atlantic Coast Line Ry. for some tools.
I etc.. lost by them in transit from
Monthrook to Williston. has been crnm-
promised by the defendant's paying
the plaintiff $60 and the cst of suit.
Judge Cuhberly represented the pla n-
tiff. James Hancock.
Attorney C. 1R. Lawton of Ga!n'-s-
, ville was here last week on lezal bus-
ine!- with E. A. Pinnell in connection
with the suit that Judge Pinnell has
against the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.
W. E. Baker, a prominent young at-
torney from Gainesville. was here last
. week looking up titles to the Ross
lands in Levy county.
Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key has
brought suit against the Cedar Key
Town ic'oml.any for $200 in the circuit
court. for sei vices rendered ththem.
The telephone man was down la.t
week from Gainesville putting in a
phone for Dr. T. D. Gunter. Dr. Gun-
ter's practice is increasing to such an
eyt-.nt that it became necessary for
him to have a phone.
Mrs. E. J. Peacock. who has been at
May"o for the past two weeks. return.-
ed home Wednesday night with her
daughter. Eunice .who has been down
With typhoid fever at that place. She
iis greatly improved and will son be
well.
S. L. Bean and two children spent
one day last week in the country at
Mr. B+an'* father-in-law's. E. M. Dia-
lmllnd's.
Capt. H. S. Sutton. fiPrmnrly sheiff
of this county. but now in charge -if
the section at Lenn',n (n th S.\. l.
j Ry.. wif#- an'l iahy :t si nt se1.-v ral ,ia\s
last week in tow 11. They tami St'9l -
ially to see Dr. Gun'er about the hy loy',
health, which has not ben gi,,1l.
Sheriff Walker wei.t to Jacksonvitlle
Friday on business. He returned tlhet
same night.
Deputy Sheriff Walter Whidd'n went
i to New beiry Friday for a negro wev-ri
whom the deputy sheriff had ca(eiht
for Sheriff Walker. H- hrough him
iin and placed him in jail.
I A spirit of ,rogess is swepTing over
our town. A large fon-e ,f handml tin-
der the sunervisin of Sheriff Walker.
have been trimming up the trees in
and around the courthouse square. and
S. L. Bean and'l W. R. Coulter are h;t\a -
Sing a wide avenue cut through the
; "black-jacks" from their respective
homes to the courthouse square. ''uh-
hberly and Wells are having their of-
i fice grounds cleaned up and beautifiet.
We hope this spirit will continue till
Sthe entire town in cleaned up andl the
,streets paved and beautifi,-d.
SJudge Pinnell's family h:\,ve hbeen
i having a kind .f ia rlunion thi \-, we.
las both of their (!auinh'ers f, urm Ja, k-
* sonville and their gianilsoun haxe h'.i,
SspeInding the entire week here. The
Sjudge is so well lleasel over the \a'-tl
of his gmandsn that hi? has ha,! lie'f-
steak and riast conie i.low'n ft,:s
jGainesville tw, or three linht-s. ly ..x-
press in order that the loy tnilght nta
go hungry .


SHE FOUND RELIEF
If you are troubled with liver com-
plaint and have not received help it, ai
this. Mrs. Mary E. HammonI. M. liy.
Texas. "I w as in ,poor health-- with
Sliver trouble--fir ovrir a yr-ar. IP '-
tirs did nme no good and I tried lir-
bine,. and three bottles cure-1 : 1
can't sy t(oo much for Herbini.. a. it
is. a wonderful liver tnmlicine. I a !-
Sways have it in the house. P:il,!:.h
wheree you wish." Sold by the Ai.ti-
SMonopoly Drugstore.

LOW ROUND TR;PS VIA THE
LOUISVILLE & NASHYILLE RAILWAY
The Louisvil!e & Nashvill. R.ailrnad
I ill -il r.,und trip ratt-- tfr'-.n Ja, k-
sonville toi p ,its sh,,wn .*-n ldat.-s n-
ddit ated. Pr,,porti,,naio,-ly lIw ra;'-s
frto other points.
$32.20. Dallas. Tex.. and return. Tick-
Sets sold Octiober 6 and 7. Final re-
turn limit L21 days fr'mi il:t*- i4f s.le.
$32.80. Buffalo. N. Y.. and return.
Tickets sol,! 0C toher I'. 1;1 Ia 12.
Final return limit l*avi:a g lfuffalo,
October 19. 196i.
$19.60, New Orleans. La.. a-d return.
1 Tickets sold ,iot,>h,-r 1 1.7,. in-
1 clu.ive. Final r t;,r : i;rl.' 'o -:
,,. B vy d, ,.siT i- *ii t > ilt ;i ,-.
, n ; -nr ..: N b u .'! ; :-inn ;, --
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Thc Food That Does Good





The (VI'I -?ir 01;hn'=i~cion P'ft-z'-&uese'"for
.dA~gaiS C91-12. Influenza. Burachitis. Ls (hip.
5oce Throat sod L.ijn~s,.Catarrb. Peeomvla
Qmsumpt~ia a:I.i;.: i.*m'noary [)jeaaeS.All

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to m 1* sen-I -'ig a3m and addzi to
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BAD BREATH


AU I~ ..r. '..1~ees 5.i*.a trieLd rqenmne
eax,tar. -% &,;.ia$ *tuern I eau W4!ingiy a"~
cheerri.y %y ~4tiiat ttey huave entirely enred 4mo. I
thermf-,re 1l's v( know that I *haill w-ommead
them u a-y!-#!!--)ff-r~ng fr"r- suebtro~ubles.
Chu&. All. lp''iit E 7t ~. -.Nw York. -N. r.

Best For


Pleasant PsataShe. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good.
Never biken. W-esn or Gripe. 1k. Se. 6c. .Nev,
soinl in *'k. The genuine tables stamped CCU.
Guaranteed so cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. go
i lIUAL SALE, TEE MILUOJ BOXES




FOLEY'S


KIDNEY CURE

S WILL CURE YOU

of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach o'f medi-
cine. Take it at once Do
not risk having Bright's Dis-
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.

50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
REUSS SUBSTITUTES.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE "R.iCHMN
STUART McGUIRE. M. D PltrsrlowT.
This Cunlee co"-.rms to the Standards
fixed by law for TvIedical Education. Send for
Bulletin No. 11, w.ch te ls a out it.
Three ffre catahl res :v y Department,
MEDICINE -DENTIST. -P:ARMACT




SWorki, P.


who value their
s w!uld take

I ta-gard's Specific
Tablets
the (' eli curefor Constpation, In-
digestion, Ne-rvous D--biti. Kidney and
bladder T;oul le and-sl1 kindred diseases.
1 hey never fil to build up the health and
treijh. t-or P "ie, "iyrrular or Sup-
Spresi ,n''ruator,. L.ucorrhora, etc.,
Haggard's *Ei i ,.'tonres should betsed in
connection with tIe taLtlts. Send for
Lock ot partia.Lars. Dr,.3i'ts sell them
iat 50c per box. or they will be sent pre-
S a;d uprr e t ci price. .... Address
SHaLgsad Spcif:c Co., /itanta, Ga.
M%' __


WILLISTON HOTEL
(Advocate.)
I Hon. and Mrs. E. C. Pee spent ai
I few days last week with relatives at
Clark.
Rev. A. M. Daiger left Sunday for
Waldo. where he will a-istt the pastor
at that place in a series of meeting-.
Rev. Jno. A. Wray. of' Plant City.
is assisting Rev. J. c Collum in hijl
protracted meeting at the Baptist
Church this week.
SMfiss Ma-el Williams. one Beautiful and a. conmplished young la-
Sdit-s. left Sunday for Tallahassee. to
enter c,,llege.
Craig C. Epperson has gone to Ma-
c ,rn. Ga.. where he will attend Mercer
I'niversity for the coming year.
J. G. White and family have le- --
turned from their vacation trip to i
Saints in North Carolina. C Cukl
Miss Gertrude Tate returned to her !
home in Jacksonville Tuesday-m.,rn-
ing after a few w-eek's stay with Mrs.
P. F. Carter. Miss Tate is deservedly
1, 1jpular and made many friends while
i here who will always be glad to see T H E
Sh-r come again. T E
Capt. A. B. Williams. A. C. I c,,n-
ductor of Ocala. who has been spend- The idea of a
ing his vacation at his old home I on the bowis,
North Carolina. was here Monday with on e OWl a
| his brother. T. L Williams. i colds from the s
of Messrs. James B. Peacock and W. A. ;- Kenned La
Brewer spent Tuesday in Gainesville
,on business.
Mis- Inez Brewer returned to Lake '
OiTy Sunday to be on hand at the
l. IoPning of her school Monday.
SProf. T. W. Price. H. H. King and A cerans
Herbert Hawkins. of Morriston. were all Coughs, Coldi
among our visitors Sunday. Grippe, Bro
Jackson Willis of Montbrook. spent
Sunday here with relatives. Lung nd Bron
The work of clearing off the lot for paise the chil
the erection of the new store of T.
F. Herring has begun and it will not LaxatiVe Honey
be long before the music of hammer
and saw can again be heard in Wil-
liston. The work is under the super- G
vison of Capt. Joshua Parker. Peared at tha
The recent changes in the weather *-WSEIn
are very agreeable, indeed. The sultry S0LD BY
summer days are being supplanted by
the balmy breezes of autumn which
invigorates and puts new life into ev-
, erything and everybody, and reminds
us that vacation time is over and the
busy life must be taken up again.
Go to the Magnolia for the freshest
canned goods in town. W. M. Barton.
Mrs. S. C. Fugate returned Satur-
dayv from Alachua, accompanied by
her niece. Miss Eva Shaw. who will

Among the gentlemen from here who
went to Bronson Monday were R.C. I
Epperson. R. A. Paston, J. I. S. Wat-
kins. J. M. Roach. Sr.. J. M. Roach. Jr.. UNECNT
0. J. Roach. J. G. White. D. E. Will- ..
liams, and Alfred Smith. who were ju-
rors. and W. 0. Brewer. D. S. Phinney,
J. R. Guess, Angus Smith and C. 0.
Arnold, visitors. Messrs. Epperson Pol__
and Paston were excused from the Ju-
ry and returned last night.
SC. Arnold's barber shop is clos-
Serl this week. He took one of his
chairs to Bronson. where he is serving
the visitors at court. yo will alwa
Clark Harvey returned to his post on than good h
the Seaboard Sunday. after spending happiness wh
Sa short sick furlough at home.
SMiss Grace Pinnell has returned to CURE
her school here. after being ill at home
Sfor two weeks.
Col. J. R. Willis of Bronson passed
through Saturday en route to Morris-
ton. where he had legal business. J. G. Sc
R. D. Medlin & Co. will wind up too highly
th-ir timber this week and their mill the relief C
will close down. They will remain in and expose
the wood business, however. Ballard's
__ These used
PILES! FiLES! PILE8S GET THE
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated and
itching pile.s. It absorbs the tumors.
allays the itching at once,. acts as a
poultice, gives immediate relief. Dr.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre-
rarp d for niles and itchinr of the nri-


vate parts. Every box is guaranteed.
Sold by Tydings & Co. By mnall. 50
cents and $1. Williamis Manufactur-
ing Company, proprie rs, Cleveland,
Ohio.

WANTE aveler fo established
house. Tv -'e ta rs w to .start.
Expenses id. re s. ldIress,
'eurge ClI#rS. 0 Ia.
THE ENINSULAR
DUSTRIA INSURANCE CO.,
OF JACKbuNVILLE, FLA.,
Pays the most liberal sick, accident
and death benefits upon the payment
of small wqexly premiums.
The Penidsular is one of the strong-
est insurance companies in the land,
and has many thousands of policies in
force in Florida. All claims are paid
promptly upon demand. Call on or
write S. P. Brockington, Local Agent,
office over Teapot Grocery, Ocala, Fla.

LOW ROUND TIJP


EXCURSION RATES


j $11.95, Atlanta. Ga. Rate of one fare
Slus 15 cents. Tickets on sale Octo-
Sher 9 and 10. final limit, October 20.
Extension of limit to October 30
may he obtained.
Phonosrraphs from i1" to $50. Over $11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare
i-'1 diff.-r \t i ,- t r(ls in stock to select plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oc-
from. A F.. Rurnctt. the jeweler, ex- tober 19. 20. 21 and 22. final limit Oc-
usive ag-nt for Ocala. ber 30. Extension of limit to No-
..... |vemh-r 1I may he obtained.
f $15.10, Birmingham, Ala. One fare
SlB plus 27, cent.s. Tickets on sa!e Oc-
Be i gIII l n aIt toibr 14 and 15. final limit October
S1. Exte-nsion to November 21 may
A n he obtained.
WW ST 11 @PIL. $37.40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one fare
SlSVlv9 S' fm p.us 2-. Tic.rkets on sale October 6
and 7, with final limit 21 days from
Tena years ago was a good typewriter date of sale.
Five years agowas a. bttertypewriter $20.95, Memphis, Tenn. tate of one
Today is the best typewriter fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
ss trc hde- o> October 15. 16, 17 and 18, with final
_am e g^-1_ limit October 30. Extension of limit
to November 2) may be obtained.
"fe'tm 5$21.15, New Orleans, La. Rate of one



$23.75. Richmond, Va. Rate of one
fareTlus 25 Acents. Tickets on sale
September 29 and 30. with final limit


ST.


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Ins Irom Depot and Steam Shrp



ORIGINALL
Cough Syrup that will act
nd thus assist in expelling
system is new and oiginal -
Lzative Honey and Tar.

(ATIVE
e and harmless remedy for "A
s. Croup, Whoopinc Cough,
nchitis, Influenza and all
chial affections. Mothers I
Iren's favorite Kennedy's H O


and Tar

'H SYRUP TIE
Lmbery at. zO c. D.LewrIT. O L m. U.
D ClAmYU SLA S =S T gy sfM t g s-
THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA.s LA


Health is

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s have good health. What more to a
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ere health is unknown. BaMEat'k Su ew L -m
SSores, Stiff JoINS, C0traclad Modes. Lie
Back ad al the IMs that Flkis tner tWo.

One Who Knows.
ott. Salt Lake City, Utah. writes IC eaa8
* praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment for
>f acute rheumatiSm, caused by sudden ehaqs
ure to the weather. I abi6 recommend your
Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
I together defy all pain.
GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc, 0c, $1.0


lard Snow Tiniment Co
500-502 North Second Street, *

LOUIS, MISSOURI.
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Sold and Recommendcd by
THE ANTI-MONOP OLY DRUGSTORE



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CALIFORNIA & NORTHWEST
Round nri. Siu'-wi rExcnrsiq-ns frun all points E-st to Pa-
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