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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: September 27, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03516
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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SlPhone No. 15
Among the many fresh and tocth- Turpentine Operators Are Apprehen- Tells Northern Papers to Give Two
some things just arrived at the Tea- sive of an Attemot to Bear the And t ll P c n le i iig n Words of Denunciation to Raps
pot are the National Biscuit Cornm. Naval Stores Market When They Give One to Lynchin,
panys products. such as Orange Slic- Jacks..nviei Pla.. Sept. 27.-Oper- John Temple Graves, editor of the
._ r wh hv visited Jacksonville and Fixtures. Atlanta Georgian. was asked by the
e. Fg Drops. Southe-n Honey, Cal is w trol the prce1 of thie l..w.-r iades of, W e are also prepared to u ild and repairdand answers in a lengthy article,
for..a Mixed Cocoanut Sices. Peach ..rt 'nt it so af .laors to W e are also prepared to build and repair recenot a ra n Atata.
and C-eam. Chocolate Bon Bons and '-in aol t- h.-at tIh* dowr: which in part is as follows:
The shavin seas.,n is J o n. and Telepe ilOne Lines and M otcrs, and do Gen-ere not a e wo
Mary Anns. with a hundred other ap- from n.'w until th-e < !o-e of the r t region of Atlanta who has had a tran-
4 nt eas-on there are to lto- n-ot 'hn but *q T 7uil day or night for some time. The
petzers and refreshers. lower gr.'es manufactured. or, at eral Repair VW crk. white women have been trembling
leasT. mn'wt of the r-'sir made ,i! i, of prisoners in their homes, and their
TEAPOT GROCERY nted an effrt Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the PostofficeDmrgstore h"ubnd n a s
.,naefrtrun been held in the necessity of guarding
he pri(e of those grades down until them unceasingly. There are few men
t, goods are in the hands if th- c-x-I !| |Pwho dare to leave their families after
o .,, ,... THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. n ghtfall-elther to attend public meet-
AIilr-aly there have lk-n confer, j Ings. to pay a social call or to worship
OCALA FURNITUREC ,,lwen some of ,ie fact,,rs asd Phone 15. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager. in the churches of their choice. The
,,lTraTor. who have come, to Jackso-n- whole section has been in a state of
Personal Service lIywhere, A y Time f or t his urose. and the indica- siege and apprehenaton, which has
.. .. .. -,,iri,' tha if thfre is, to be any been growing more and more intolera-

and WlCD 1 ed, ;. -. .....'- r,;. th. ..pera' *,' wil be WSTENSLAND WAS RAILROADED QUIET IN ATLANTA blue.
1;*', ,'-.T fr a f,-,rfr;,,. ;r.d to) de- 'Ivery" thoughtful citizens has real-
The Question oT cmbalmeng mnd Fun- v.. .** .!.l .-,,.' rdu,.:il C*hi.:i.,, -tt. .7.-Paul 0. ,ns-.- Atlanta. Sept. 27.-The race riot sit- ize'] that Atlanta has been sTeeping
eral D cting is a Delcato Oe ,* de'.]. :;;- Milwauk,-e Avenue St:itc Inrin is in a.bolute control of the i upon a volcano for weeks.
...... .- - - LHank ikn'..r. arriv-d here y,.este. d:y i.:tth..ries and business has resuined! "Under these conditions Saturday
lould not it be nest for YTo to ED- TURPENTINE AND RAILROADS ',in: ;n.;t arl hi- v..- it\inftmvi'' t.ak-' ..t:: i-I .,,ndlitions. ,afternoon was drawing to a close.
Woula in t Db ,, th, ,-;,oia court buildli-. There had been an attempt at rape
trust this Question to Those who Appre- Mr. Norman's Interesting Talk on Na- StnsJ nl l.-ft the city at I '.-Iockk THE TEXAS WONDER for each of the three preceding days
a Stores and Tampa Northern yesterday aftrno,,n for the state ,en- Cures all ki4dny, bladder and rheu- right in the heart of the city. The
Cie Its Deli y, dW e w-itenti ry a trnJ,, iett, thetvte i a it troubles. Sold by all druggists regular afternoon editions of the city
d iofthe b t. Prospects an indeterminate se, whihrMc toun es. Sold by all druggist. papers came out on time without an
ledge ISOf Highe Staandard or tt, moene.n ths' treatment by mail for addition to the gruesome record, and
je is f the H est Stdard L-, st. 2.-Among was given him iby Ju.e (.e,'st-en ,. F. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street.adition to the gruesome record. and
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Jacsnvlle yc n St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimnials. the people breathed easier.
1 Mr J H. Normn. Jr.. (of Norman i- monlv "Half an hour later an afternoon
PROMPT ATTENTION J 1,.r. ; ;a.. a swniii! and naval si..res A LESSON IN HEALTH t. Anti-onopoly extra appeared announcing that there
Mr. Nonail has large holdings i -had been four rapes attempted in swift
Day Phone N0o.10. light 94 and 167 ,n ",i -1.i. a s- i.i as- (eorgia. aid Healthy kin"- filte-r the impri- succession within the hour. two of
: T in to th. qu -i.n of the ties fr,,.:n t- hi..l. ann .inles. ithe-y do GINNING AND BUYING COTTON which had been successful. Another
SMITH & HKOBERTS. Ocala, FIa. ,-:.. -' v sh,, q',,n,'4the i ".. h' ins ,,, ., i,-. 'ondon ^y'- paper issued an extra, and in one short
SMITH BERT.m int-s in vOcal,: Kiilnt-ys i 'u,,. i k stind yre all forms nf kid- V bu or gin cotton. H highest hour the populace of Atlanta was In a
--" --- "'- ',r. n;tai .,-rst. a in mafntur il l. l ure all frIt Fsrn th- marker p i l paid for the same. frenzy of excitement. By 7 o'clock the
:'. I aim not inclined tfo place 1ucht !t j rr-,hn, in what w- hear so much dealers, tion was formed. And from 7 o'clock
11 EJ ; :t'.,ut lately. I mean the reports t until an hour after midnight Atlanta
he r-if,-tt that the industry is in a piti- SOUTH LAKE WEIR R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. passed through the throes of a.
ful '..i'nitin. Publications which give riot which has had no approximation
ir. "ati'n"' to such re*.rt do not know Jof 'f has n the S*k FULLER & BLALOCK in Southern history.
what thiey ai talk;im" about. or t-l-se 1 his w,.k_ "The lid of the volcano was off at
h JEWELE are tlkine for a purpose. Th,' Mr. Pet-r. an rain. luyver of Lees- DENTAL SURGEONS last.
ni.vai! s',-r'-rs .*!-'a ',r ,',",-s nti lk like )ur;. has bel.n in ,our set. tion looking "Monstrous things were done in the
P ,a r,.'r ,4 n-. Take any ,othei in- at the fruit. He hass purchased some 1Ofi0 Over Innroe & Chambliss' Banki name of retaliation. Old and young
Carries a COmplete Stock of ,u-.v and .nare it ih thit m ,ffr,,m Mr. W. L. Bar,. negroes. negroes good and bad, tino-
: ,svaI i-rez and you will find that th.- Mis In,.z a les htis gone to Ocala OCALA, FLA. .cent and guilty, were cut and slashed
JeW .iO fwel...w ien th. v-<.ods <,n nowasurn up, t,,sti.g-f the< o)c*ht Iti'h ,-nl,,,!, which l and killed. To every plea for mercy
pr.-ty n-Ill yvith any other class of ,,insi (c't. 1 wa s shouted back the fierce response.
PINS DIAMoNDS. e,,l,. greatt fortunes have been made IMr. H. I Mathews- has returned Ter S Cash, 'You had no mercy on our women, and
RI.N-,S. XWATCHES. du, nrini tl-'. past five or six years from from a business trip to Tata. we will have none for you.'
h, ma nunufacture of naval stores and Mr. I'. .11. Oleson visited the.- Brick "To the tranquil readers of the
'HA.IMS,. FOBS. th. v are still being, marde. C'it Tuesdav. A C Stock World, looking on at a great safe dis-
CHATINS C''T GLASS. "I that pric-s of spirits are Mrs. Joe Giroff and Mrs. Harry Groff A ChoiCe Stock tance, It seems an awful outrage
t,, aivvanc.- -vervy yvar. This year the w"er' SopTing it( m (ala Tuesday. against civilization, and no thoughtful
FIN' CH"IINA, ange has be t.,,, cent and another The South Laks Weir Sunday school Of Fresh Beef Pork citizen fails to deplore and condemn
I..IIFs 1'MT1ILLAS. yvear I heliCve that it will b<. 6 to 6 h1as engage-d, helB to (lean up around it. But if one of you who read had liv-
,,A.i- T-' t.I, E 'LAi,-,K ,.ens. I knw nothing ,ofiaiy effort on the church. Thpy will also give the ed for one week with the dear women
U. RANTE lrt f the exporters to coner "side nothing church a thorough clean- And MVutt n, of your household under the shadow
-And- th- 1..- r.itols of rn-in" !ng, which is a gotod idea. and terror of this crime, you would
SAR Tampa Northern's Progress A crta!n very knowing person here tables Fruits Po have found at least an explanation for
.Mr. ,' ma An is irlv irr.-t- n: claims- t,> rad and coriret all te re- egeLaa lawless revolution which cannot be
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING. ti 'L'amn;a Nothern Railroad,. which !prts s'nt to the Star and that is the Eggs, Fish, Oysters and legally or morally justified.
i I hiiltdiig fr',mi T:n.a in 1 :ror,.,ks- rea'-son they get the credit for report- Choice Fresh Family G "Do you ask me how this riot can
vyille in this statv. and largely by Geor- ing. Ther is no honor in suh a small oiy he rebuked and this mob made impos-
gla capital. H.- states that every rail thing, but it seems that this person Cries, always on hand from sible for the future? I will answer you
AaK villes, thbe thinks there is. The reports are seal-
OCALA. FLA for the road to irootsvite is o the thinks there is. The reports are eal-ds which to do our marketing frankly that it is likely to occur again.
gnund an that the wrk of com- ed and mailed anid nol one ever reads -e .. silliest man in the South is the
tpl-tig the grading is actively under them. It is strange how some people Send or bring us your or time-serving statesman, who declares
\ay. iHe said to the correspondentt of will misconstrue things in such a way.ey will hae 'that there is no race problem, and the
the Morning News that an effort had Just to gain a point in their favor if question, if let alone, will settle itself.'
F lS ,netn ade t., purchase the lroad by the thy have to resort to unfair means. prompt attention The race question is more impending
Electrical S uppl s ;ainesville and Gulf Pailroad Com- Tand threatening now than it has been
panly. and whilel e the offer was for all An Ounce of Prevention W .E SM ITH in twenty years. The tension I ssham-
that the 1lronmoters of this new oadt is worth a pound of cure. There are * er. the antagonism deeper between the
I iave a well select'td stock ha, s'.en d and a good bonus hesiles raiiy poor suff.-rers. consumonptives. Magoia t races. The hope of a permanent agree-
f 1 1 it ,-as rt-fused on the ground that the who are hoipless ,(f getting well-- No. 98 Nort l Magnolia St. ment has slender foundation.
of Elt i" Fails. 1i)(l th le prorsi.ects foor the ne-w road v-were who. if they had taken care of thein- "The horror of Saturday has doubt-
selves would not -be Iwel.Atigh I Phone I4 ,eslefta a ton our civilization. Ev-
(ieneral Eletri(c Co. anid tile bright-r now than they had hbeen for'is the fIunlatiCT of consumption. -hone 14s lef lo t c ouivilti e-
t inc. Tlhe roatd is to he bond-! lard's Ho:'r-hound Syrup will cure that ery good citizen in Georgia will de-
WPtiniliOllselliak. Tilit lat- e'1 and it is 'iieved ihat in bonding cough. Mrs. S-. greatt Falls. Mon-i pl''re and condemn the indiscriminate
lit-e -.- :1il the ouip'any could, if I' so tana. writes: "I have use'ld allard's1 i slaughter. I fervently deplore it. But
tr 4-ost :1 Illhll Illrt'. )llt t'- i.-sited. hnd it for at least i$lif0 per H'i-rehound Syrup in my family for n the outraged people had tried every
ml e niore than the actual cost. The y ars-iny children ever suffer with U U lAY known remedy and failed. And it will
iile 1-s I'ilir'llt t ()]Xt aI<' Tm.a Northern will connect with '""ughs. .Sold by the Anti-MoInopoly undoubtedly clear the atmosphere and
tI ill. I also this stt'e an i one where th,,e are The Ola is n to come. They are already assuming
F ,w.V ,1olw.. Ifig.i Low- ,.-,,t f ,,,-ts still undevloed a,.,d Undaertakantrslvan'e lint'ih'lidav, and Embalme a a different tone. There may be spor-
Sure. mani large and excellent po s- n Ua e idtakers and Embalmers adic lawlessness, but the backbone of
Lights. I-I dep~sit-. .Ithasa bright r in all of the neqst beautiful doD .Gs- Insolent aggressionlis broken for
Lgilts. ,','. tl.i ,e,,si. It* has as right lr-,- tic and imported goods. Th t line is D. E. M.IVER M. G. BROWN andole t resinOW be fe r
t as anx -nv road unit- clt-r u ttlell<'- t i time, and there will be fewer out-
All kinds of t letri'-al work ae ,n"w oa uint-r clstLut- the la. ,st, the expensive arn Undertakers breaks, and more of tronquility for a
tin in the ut tda. selctin they have r a
alld rc)airin doill(1 :t a rea>on-. Mr. Norman states that the road is ey ha a- long season. The men it will save In
to e exttendedt to C'rystal Rive and ri]. FineCaskets and Burial Robes future will outnumber ten times
hi li pri4s. mlllder a fillI guar- after the o nds are sold it is more th- i men who were killed on Saturday.
anit,. If y(mr ligllts alt.Olit!than a,' that it will I',.u;l J E CHACE All Work Done by licensed Em- May be Reopened
to t,- \\,.st. .s-' as 't,' ,in,-,-t that part balmers and Fully Guaranteed-
of fix. or oi n1 ed w uirilg .if tt it-.i slates ,itl, Tampa.. Six- -O- I"The present riot Is at an end. The
tof- nd rails orf go d quality hl.'-- DENTAL SURG ON ity is quiet; the streets are cleared.
dolle. 1p111 lt)0 No. 22'2. i.g used -Saxvnnahl N-ews. DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery the military on guard, the negroes are
S. Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'g hoppeded and humble, and there is no
WS Tucke W A VERY SICK BOY eUpti Comeiai danger apprehended anywhere. But
W alte T ker. WAS A VEY CK BOY OCALA, FLA. X the trouble may possibly be reopened
-- -_-- --- But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic, 6 0 0 'ith another wave of lustful crime
..tCholera and b.Diarrhoea Remedy Z 7 next summer. Whenever there Is pro-
The Art of T rms, cash. -,:a er
H A t01i ihtl ,,V h.V was ttak \'far ohl ; i w(paiers of the North crucified me
ll'BliaP,,,, lra t lsvy I the ue f Cha ber- 0 for saying this at the New York Chau-
B yinl:gias n',o h,. na Dniarrhoean' taqua it in 1403. I a sk you if the state-
'%l'.:vty vx- I brought him out all rirht.' nw nt has not been vindicated by
S- MagiHi ck.. f .Milland. Mich. ent
IS something ThaL t ins r' in-,l .. Ie eeneied ul)oI in; OCALA ICE & FUEL CO., Ocala, Fla. "It is demonstrated now that lynch
Ee Does Not 1th ',,st .e-,' -**.s',. Ev'en cholera law does not entirely deter the rapist.
einyntune os Omn is cuned by it. ',,l,,w thoA e is willing to die for the having of
Have e~I in intwt n h: ndrau e gist will find n MOZLE"S IEMON his desir. But it is a vent to outraged
il'tnaI 11. tlins o BAILEY BUMPING THE BUMPS l a toul axure- r wuld be ten assaults where there is
I k ( i ( to <)lsidTralit)l- --- t liable reint.iv, without the Big Load for $ r ,ni Yes. B the o ar n
S, S-,.,:.,r I :,l.-, ,'f Texas is in trou- 1 ast d.Tig--r or possible harm A gWord 10r .imnari'n" Yes. putWrthe fact remains-
St 'Ilt'SS til It011C. r,1i ially i l 1, -It' .At,.h' niorsed at the d.-mo- to them in any condition it is here. and hereto stay.
of ,ilak'. iIlillt. s tOf :l4' alid lilt' d1lrabilit a1ld to1ll- 1- lsat n e is imnni- action and thorough in results. t as tfeveran t smat ve stae
,.,n" n,-: ,,' !,,-ifZ ,,'"l. The rex'- Tested fOr Z, L earS. e" fever and sox
tlt ll tit d' ,;r "I is ',Tn i t '-,nn, ',n xith thre 5e and $., tr 1 ottle at i 1-,kini for the germ. Maybe we shall
't.-ll 1-vs-tW ".1 . \\'l>.iet \,.r tl *, d +' Ide t) , ,,; h ti ,,'- do. the most law-abiding section
\l "l M0Z7TFY $\B H EYM OU* VOf the entire t'nion in everything else.
1,illl wIt lOt i tl I ,"'*v' 'f -- tr t i.,-t' d,lllars i will c', nt' nue in the ild-fashioned way
'i l ,i E O' Ii l'l li' '1 t ei-' i' ''n t the TE TM l 17,T nTD * of ;l-p< reliahC tirnl. "l'ln "i; -ren;..n :,,.i-.' nn tol.i w RL Phone 15 mob ,to protect the lives and chas-tity
",,numn~ is td lay tll<,.,,., -i; ,^..,-,.....,,-hs\. kZe aOne 1s ,esnteo n J "'How can y'ou help us? By giving
l-rltxl Itl'i<- ll tulStt in.l-lsi niK ,. thein th- :-,,,,,e'^^i,,n-,,-the II J. Zet's Preston' j,., paragraphs to the denunciation of
''l T.y '"t- .5, Pusiir- in t"he stated. i .ar, whet"- you give one to lynching."
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Trunks, Valises, Suit

Cases and Satchels


So if you are going to travel. seem
immense line before utyig. We hao
over a car load of Trunks in all slm,
styles and prices. We have Slft Ca ,
Satchels and Telescopes for ea and all
purposes, at any price dsi It is a
pleasure to show you the stock




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J. R. Brooks..
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Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of crm mdke
the electric fans. Don't forget the place.

Next to Munroe & Chamblims' Bank.

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of the oldest forest school in force in Readers Future Trouble
the oldest forestry school in France.
and in the old countries forestry is a Watch the kidney secretions.
science, and their efforts have demon- See that they have the amber hue of
strated what can be done in re-timber- health;
Ing the land. The discharge not excessive or i*.

Rev. Sam White and bride have re-
turned to McIntosh from Kentucky.
They are pleasantly located among
The Pensacola Journal, one of the
best dailies in the state. issued a splen-
did "house moving" edition Sunday of
six sections, forty-eight pages. It is
an edition worth reading and we trust
the new home of the paper will meet
the demands of its growing business.

Rev. T. J. Nixon, who passed through
Ocala Wednesday. said Governor
Broward's speech at Gainesville made
a splendid impression.

Mr. Montholon Atkinson. the phil-
osopher of Oldtown. was in town
Wednesday. He Is a great believer in
the drainage scheme.

fowland Blitch. son of Ben R. Blitch.
was in town today and reported the
robbing of J. W. Coulter's store at that
place of several hundred dollars" worth
of merchandise. The goods were re-
moved bodily and carted away. No
clue to the robbers. Mr. Coulter was
absent at the time in South Florida.
where he purchased property near
Bowling Green. but returned home last

Contain no "brtck-dust like" sedi-
Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure
them when they're sick.
D. J. Stearns of No. 410% Franklin
St.. Tampa. Fla., a fireman at station
1 of the fire department, says:
"I have found Doan's Kidney Pills
all that they are recommended to be.
I suffered with backache for eighteen
months. There was a constant pain
across the small of my back. so severe
at times as to almost lay me up. I
could hardly get off a chair after sit-
ting a little while. It was worse at
night, keeping me awake for hours.
The secretions were very dark and full
of sediment and I would have to get
out of bed several times during the
night to make passages, which were
also too frequent during the day. and
were accompanied with a burning sen-
sation. I used several remedies. In-
cluding dpetors' prescriptions and lin-
iments, but could not get any relief. I
saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
and got a box of the pills and used
them. Since then the pain in my back
has left me entirely, the urine lost its
dark color and sediment, and does not
scald. You may use my name if you

C. L. SITTINGER A CO. That the roots of many native plants,
gow ing wild in our American forpetu
ft C i lpossearssemarka-ble properties, fcrthe cure
C. L. W8tiager and R. Carrel of human maladies is well proen. Eve
Proproretr an Publishers. theutut lian had learned the
ewative value of some of tbese and
tah t the early settlers their uss. The
C. L. SITTNGER, da evawr lked work so he wanted his
S- u- aw to gt well as soon as poitble that
ite --= 11s4e m ightdo the work and Let, him hunt
STerere, he dgpapoose root for her,
IL. R. CARROLL., for that was their great remed for e-
male weakness. D. Pierce uses the
City Editor end BeMirae Mmanaer. same rot--called Blue Cohosh-in his
"Favorite Prescription." skillfully conm-
blaed with other agents that make it
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS moreeffective thanany ia
eartig all th. various weaknesses and
our subscribers have complained paunfil dmangmenta peculiar to women.
Tupon a good many occasion- that legal 1r y aficted women have been saved
vertisemnts. tax sales, master's from the operang table d the sr-Do
falee. C-tmmi"Ints, sales. m etc.. s we"'s knife by the tmely of Doctor
.sale. commissoner' sales. etc.. were ree'a Favorite Prescription. Tender- I
published in some paper or papers In am over the lower pelvic region, with
the county. and although they sub- backache, spells of dizziness, faintnse
scribe to both of the Ocala papers bearing down painsor ditrsshonldnot
hey had not seen *uch legal. notices. go unheeded. A course of F favorite Pre-
hey had not seen uch legal notc sripton" will work marvelous btnefit
and they had suffered great hardship ia all such cases. and generally effect a
thereby. In several instances their permanent cure if persisted lu for a rea-
lands had been advertised and tax sonable length of time. The "Favorite
*t-eds secured on them and foreclosure Prescription" is a harmless agent being
proceedings taken on properties that wholly prepared from native medicinal
,he wep interested In without, their roots, without a drop of alcohol in its
he were interested in without theirmake up. whereas all other medicines,
knowledge put up for sale through druggists for I
In future that our subscribers may woman's peculiar ailments, contain large
kn',w of a.! the legal advertising in the quantities of spirituous liquors. wh:chb
county. the- Star will publish the style are very harmful, especially to delicate
of all itI'h legal advertis-ments. the women. *Favorite Pr I-scription- con-
namesof the parties' at suit or names trains neither alcohol nor harmful habt-
name he parti at sui or name. forming drugs. All its Ingredients are
of trarties applying f,,r tax deeds. and printed on each bottle wrapper. It is a
..f all legal advertisements. viz. Th- powerful invigorating tonic, imparting
name of parties to whom land was as- Iealth and strength in particular to the
.-.esu-d. together with the description organs distinctly feminine. For weak
of the lands advertised. or personal and sickly women. % ho are "worn-out,"
property, as the case may be. This or debilitated. especially for women who
property, a the ca may be This work in store, office, or schcxl-room, who
notice or synopsis will b- published in sit at the typewriter or swing machine.,
t-oth the Daily and Weekly Star that or bear heavv household burdens. and for
..ut subscribers and the public at large pursing mothers, Dr. Pierce'. Favorite
triay see what is going on. Prescription will prove a priceless benefit
because of its health restoring and I
A HASTY YOUTH strength-giving power.
For con-tipation, the true, scientific
cure Is Dr. Pierce's Pleamat Pellea
A young man oif Homosassa. a few WIN harmless, yet sure.
days ago. wrote to the county judge of ,
('itrus county for a marriage license
for himself and a certain very popular HAVE YOU RIDDEN
yung lady of tha town, who, by the ON BUCKSHOT'S TRAIN
way. is well known in Ocala. The ____
judge sent the license, but through ac- j If you haven't, then you have missed
cident or design sent it to the father some excitement. Having boarded the
of the young lady. and also enclosed A. C. L. train in Jacksonville the other
an affidavit as to age and parents' dav. bound for Homosassa. I learned
sanction. The receipt of the legal look- the time for arriving in Ocala was
ingi document almost scared the fond 2:5 )n. m., where I was told I had to
parents to death, and caused the young change cars. The train moved off very
lady to exclaim. '*Oh! Gracious!*" when briskly for awhile, but it soon began to
it wa shown to her. She disclaimed lag. Occasionally it would stop and
any knowledge of it. whatever, and wait on I didn't know what unless It
said that she had not been consulted was to lose time. The result was I
in the mater. The parents of the got mad. then hungry and then sleepy.
tride-to-be communicated with the I thought if this was the main line
judge and forbade the banns, and what where the train was allowed to drag
the father did to the young man will I would ne 4 to go to bed when I got
have to be told in our next. for we do on the next train. But imagine my
not know at present. surprise. The train for Homosassa left
Ocala over an hour late. I began to
COL. H. B. MASTERS wake up. Objects on the outside were
making a streak, the mile posts were
The New York World of September frightfully close together and the
23 contains a splendid picture of Col. quick lurch, of the cars caused me to
HI R. Masters of Ocala and New York hold my breath. The wheels under my
S'ity. Colonel Masters was one of the feet we'-e going rip-zip. As we passed
nieribers of the committee on arrange- a station I heard something go whick.
ments at the great unveiling cere- It was the mail clerk who had taken
'nonies of the Jas. R. Howe equestrian on a hanging pouch. The one he threw
statue of Gen. George Washington, de- off hit the ground as the rear coach
signed and donated to Greater New passed. I won't forget this ride for
York by Mr. Howe. The statue is sit- days and years. The train made one
iated in the playa at the Brooklyn or two stops before arriving at Juliette.
side of the Williamsburg bridge. but no sooner than it would stop I
would hear a voice call out. "let's go
Dr. Walter C. Jackson. a leading on, on." It was the conductor's word
physician of Montgomery,. died Satur- for all-aboard and off we would go in
day. He was the father of Mrs. C. W. a race with time. When we arrived at
Joseph of Clearwater. who with her Juliette for a stop of ten minutes I
husband passed through Ocala yester- alighted and went around to take a
day to attend the funeral. Mrs. Jo- look at the engineer. He' was a tall
seph is well known in Ocala. having 'man with grey. cunning eyes and look-
been the proprietress of the Monte- ed as if he could drive the panting
zuma Hotel several years ago. and engine as fast as the next man.
has many friends here who deeply We'l. our trip was made to Homo-
sympathize with her in her bereave- sassa and our stay out so we left on
nient. time next morning. I learned that
this is the best fishing grounds in the
('Count D'Fquivilley of Summerfield state and I am going again. The
was in town yesterday and made the j genial conductor-whom I learned af-
Star a pleasant call. He is a very in- terwards to be "Buck-Shot"- is oblig-
telligent man and has many ideas that ing and ready to give all information
if put into effect would make many the traveler could expect. Thus has
people in the state a small fortune, ended my trip.
One is that every farmer and owner When you contemplate a trip on the
of land should devote 40 acres to lum- Atlantic Coast Line. you may have to
her culture and in a generation it wait at places and get worried very
would pay better than an orange grove, frequently on the poor time the trains
He smoke of a lot of cedars that grew make. yet I will warn you who ride on
up on pert of his land 1 years ago the "Buck-Shot" limited to stay in
and said that now they were worth your seat. One Traveler.
higr money. This could be easily dupli-
cated and a generation from now tim- EVER WATCHFUL
her that is thrown away will be worth--
gold dollars. The count is a graduate A Little Care Will Save Many Ocala

r.ey trouble is that it is an insidious
disease and before the victim realizes
his danger he may have a fatal ma-
lady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at
the first sign of trouble as it corrects
irregularities and prevents Bright's
disease and diabetes. Sold by all

President T. J. L. Brown of the
State Fair Association returned to
Tampa this week after a visit to Chi-
cago. Terre Haute and other Northern
cities, where he went for the purpose
of securing amusement attracti-ons for
the coming Fair. He secured a num-.
ber of the finest attractions ever
brought South. which for the most
part will be used in the great Hippo-
drome. This feature will equal the
best shows seen at the leading exposi-
tions held in this country during the
past decade. President Brown goes to
New York in about ten days to ,com-
plete the list of attractions. While
away he also booked a large number
of running and harness horses for the
State Fair races. which will last ten
days. The Fair is being thoroughly
advertised throughout the country by
the railroads and Fair Associati, n.
and the attendance of home-seekers
will be very large. The Seaboard Air
Line and Atlantic Coast Line Railways
alone are advertising Florida and the
Fair in about 100 of the leading news-
papers and periodicals of the North-
west and Fast

evening. so desire."
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The Great Newspaper Man is New
York Democrats' Candidate
for Governor
Buffalo, N. T, Sept. 27.-In a nesfion
which began before 6 o'clowk last night
and was continued until long after
midnight. the democratic state con-
vention nominated William Randolph
Hearst for governor.
The vote for governor on the first
ballot was: Hearst. 309; Sulver. 1't;;
Dix. 17. Necessary to a choice, 22b.
John S. Whalen of Monroe was chos-
en for secretary of state unanimously.
and Martin H. Glynn of Albany was
unanimously chosen for state+ c)rtrol-
William Schiyler of Jackson was
chosen for attorney general.
For state treasurer. Julius Hauser of
Suffolk was chosen.
Chandler was nominated for lieu-
tenant governor.
Frederick W. Skene of Queens was
chosen for state engineer and survey-
,or. completing the nominations. )
The convention adjournel at 2.204
a. m.

It was a beautiful, tender and loving
thought that entered the minds of the
Daughters of the Confederacy of the
Ocala chapter when they conce;v+l ;
and executed a birthday lunch on to
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, the beloved and
charming president of their chapter.
The presentation took place yesterday
afternoon and those who participated
in this pleasant and memorable occa-
sion were Mesdame- G. M. Hubbard.
J. W. Walters. J. T. Lancaster, G. S.
Scott. S. T. Sistrunk. E. L. Carney, F.
E. Harris, M. H. Stovall. R. G. Blake.
J. E. Bailey. D. E. Melver, Miss Josie
Williams. and Miss Irma Blake. who
assembled at the home of Mrs. Bailey
and in a body repaired to the home
of Mrs. Gary. taking her completely
by surprise with their invasion and
the good things prepared to tempt the
palate of the most fastidious. All this
was done in honor of this estimable
woman's seventy-third birthday. In
addition Mrs. Gary was presented with
a handsome mission rocker, and many
beautiful flowers in crimson and white.
the chapter's colors, with a warm flow
of heartfelt congratulations that their
beloved president might live to see
many more anniversaries of her birth
and continue to exert in the commun-
ity that noble Influence of the Chris-
tian womanhood whose pure and un-
selfish aim is to strengthen the weak.
lift up the fallen, encourage and cheer
the despondent, aid the suffering and
needy and be as she has been all her
life a shining example of gracious and
beneficent helpfulness to humanity.
That she was deeply touched by this
token of remembrance and affection
can be easily imagined, the evidence of
which was too apparest for comment.
and in the current of thought and feel-
ing that flowed silently, softening and
ennobling all hearts present, there was,
that lofty reciprocity of commingling
that gives the lustrous glow of human
consideration, sympathy and love. The
Star congratulates the members of the
chapter for this mission of apprecia-
tion and love, and Mrs. Gary as the
worthy recipient.


It is now generally conceded by peo-
ple who know that the "El Tropico
Havana Smoker." made in our own
home town, is 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. N.'tice
the "green band" and take no substi-
tute. or one that is offered you just
as good." as there are none.
Our "Milo Deyo" nickel cigar (red
band) and "Grand Royal" ten and fif-
teen cent goods (blue band) nee no
further introduction, having been
smoked for years by the best people
and pronounced "the best" for the
Above brands are on sale at first
class cigar stands.
El Trupico Cigar Factory.
Ocala, Fla.

One of the worst features of kid-

S kisahe s

It atuh id 0tragtmh la th
WIth ?Preige0 amrish-L'
As a strengthening. nutritious food.
physicians and sci-ntists now agree
that there is nothing, perhaps, more
beneficial than pure beer. Rich In the
food extractives of malt and the tonic
properties of hops. pure beer nourishes
the whole body.
Many people unable to take solid
food have been b-ilt up by Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer. And It is just as good
for the well as for the sitk. Pabst
Blue Ribbon Be<-r with your meals
tones up the whole system. Taken In
moderation it cannot have other than
h(-pful. up-building, strengthening ef-
fect. free from false stimulation. l
Purity and cleanness are essential
for healthful beer, just as they are
essential for any other healthful food.
Arid purity and cleanness are watch-
wurds in the great Pabst brewery at
Milwaukee. Only the finest of malt
and hops are used, and the whole Pabst
process is a revelation of scientific
progress, the-result of sixty years' pur-
suit of all the best known methods in
the science of brewing. A most Im-
portant feature of the Pabst Brewing
process is the Pabst method of making
malt. It requires eight days and
doubles the expense of the old four-day
method, still'used in many breweries,
but the eight-day Pabst process is the
only process by which perfect malt.
containing all the nutritious food qual-
ities of barley in predigested form.
can be made.
Absolute cleanliness distinguishes
the entire Pabst process, and the Pabst
Blue Ribbon label Is a guarantee of
purity. The name Pabst always stands
for purity, cleanliness and the best
beer brewed.
If rour food doesn't taste Just right.
or if your digestion is a little "off." or
your appetite Is poor, drink Pabst Blue
Ribbon beer before or with your meals'

South Main Street, Ocala, Florida

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer

President Palma and his adherents,
finding themselves face to face with
American intervention, have consented
to treat with the Insurgents; conse-
quently. there is a possibility that the
troubles may be brought to a peacea-
ble solution.---


New York, Sept. 26.-Colonel J. L.
Iusk. of the engineer corps of the
United States Army, committed su'clde
late last night at the home of his
daughter at SandyHook, N. J., by cut-
ting his throat with a razor.
Colonel Lusk was 51 years old. He
filled some of the most important en-
gineering details of the army, includ-
ing that of assistant to the engineer
commissioner of the District of Co-
iu'nhia: instructor in practical military
ettlineoring at WVest Point: assistant
i.l thte clief of engineers.

For Infa3ts u C u.

Tke IU You Have Alway Big

Bears the
Signature of

ANTHONY Report of building committee was
Died, at the residence of Mr. and On motion of Mr. Ford the Southern
Mrs. J. H. Harvey. September 19. the Bell telephone ordinance was indefi-
infant son of Mr. and, Mrs. W. T. nitely postponed.
Smith. The city clerk's bond was referred
Fold thy hands, little one. over thy to the finance committee.
breast. The report of light and water com-
Life's journey just begun, lie down mittee was laid over until next meet-
and rest. ing.
The fire committee asked for more
The east winds have been very se- time on bill of Mclver & MacKay.
vere this week. r The city assessment books were ex-
Mr. E. P. Hutto has returned from y
SMr. E. P. Hutto has returned from amined and found correct and the col-
SSouth Carolina. He reports that Mrs. lector ordered to collect tax and make
Hutto is somewhat better. Mr. Hutto
final report January 1, 1907.
wants to sell out, and will afterwards, Clerk was instructed on opening reg-
we understand, make his home in
Sundrtand, make h is home in station books to publish notice to
South (2aroli~a: that effect in daily papers.
Mr. i~arl Boyd came home Saturday Council then adjourned.
to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. council then
Mr. Clifford Bray and family are A LIVELY TUSSLE
now occupying the old Howell house. with that old enemy of the race, con-
Mr. Henry McQuaig of Fort McCoy stipatlon. often ends in appendicitis.
was here on business last Thursday. To avoid all serious trouble with
was herr ol business last Thursday stomach, liver and bowels, take Dr.
Mr. Willie McGehee of Citra was King's New Life Pills. They perfect-
visiting friends here Tuesday and ly regulate these organs, without pain
Wednesday. or discomfort. 25c. at Tydings & Co.,
Little Eunice Bray has relapsed after druggists.
a long spell of fever.
Mr. Chester Hillman, accompanied ELECTRA
by his sisters, spent Sunday at Sparr. --
Mrs. Matthew Lee of Palmetto is Mrs. John Martin and children spent
now with her mother. Mrs. Swindle. Saturday and Sunday with the form-
Mr. Lee is expected later. her's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pil-
Mr. Louis Lang of Ocala took a lans.
number of Anthony's fair damsels auto Mr. Lawrence Marsh and daughter.
riding Sunday afternoon. Annie Lou, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Lindner will soon move into his A. M. Higgins last week.
new and beautiful home recently oc- John Daughtry of Arcadia is visiting
cupied by Mr. H. A. Atwater. his mother.
Mast.-r Ed Neff had the misfortune Jonas Hallford went to Fort McCoy
to break his arm last Sunday evening. Saturday to visit his sister.
The writer had the pleasure of at- The Electra school is receiving a
tending a very interesting meeting at new roof.
Snarr Stunday, conducted by Rev. We have no teacher at present. The
York of Citra and Mrs. Carlton of Pine. trustees are trying to persuade Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shrader of Lou- America Pillans to take the school. She
isville. Ky.. are the guests of Mrs. S. taught it last season for eight months
Hunt and Mrs. J. Q. Boyd of this place. very successfully. All the pupils and
Mr. and Mrs. Shrader are on their patrons were well pleased, which Is
bridal tur. After leaving Louisville something quite unusual.
they visited Montgomery. Ala.. Jack- Mr. G. A. Waters is making some
sonville and St. Augustine. Fla. Mrs. improvements on his place.
Shra.ler thinks St. Augustine is the Mrs. Robert Rogers has been quite
most b awtilful of all the places she ill. Her little son, who was so very
ha- s-;(n on her trip. After leaving the sick with croup. is much improved.
Anient City they came to Anthony.
They will visit Silver Springs, ani aft- OF INTERES.T 'I MANY
tr.rwo.ils go to Palm Beach, Miami and
r oin o to Palm Bearest. Miamirs hrader Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any
hr points of interest. Mrs Shrader case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is a charming lady and thinks the I$ not beyond the reach of medicine.
T-nd of Flowers simply lovely, but No medicine can do more. Sold by
- tucky home. Magnolia.

Elegant new chInina 4 jlts en aoura-
IS LBitting will open a real estate cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. fets and china closets combined. Call
office in the commerciall Bank build- Y.. sole agents for the United States. and see them at M.Iver & MacKay's. GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE
ing Ocetober 1. Remember the name-Doan's-and w -as the greatest general the world has
take no other. HORSES AND MULES ever known. Ballard's Snow UIni-
COMPETENT JUDGES. -- m____ ent is the greatest liniment. Quick-
1-1 inanUe vihi h

Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that S. J. Pat-
terson, purchaser of tax certificates

MIta&, epf--


T.Ih Stmng II.Id the.


The council meeting that Was to
held Tuesday night, t did not -
terialise for want of a quorum, wa
held last night with the following
members present: Owen. Chace. Rob-
erts-on. Sage, CarmichaeL Ford and
A motion was maIe to dispense with
regular business, but was lost-
A communication was read from
Judge W. S. Bullock. one of the old
trustees, in regard to their steward-
ship. On motion of Ford it was re-
ferred to finance committee, to report
if the said report was correct.
On motion of Mr. Ford the letter
of the bond trustees was referred to
the finance committee and the city at-
torney for their report L s to wbeth-
erthe bonds are all that were delivered
to the trustees and not sold. 2. As
to the best method of providing for
the sinking fund that should have been
provided for in the past. 3.' For re-
port and recommendation as to the
best method of removing the present
trustees and appointing their succes-
sors. Adapted.
Moved by Chace that the finance
committee be requested to report as
to the matter of the non-retqrn of the
bonds of the trustees referred to in
their communication. Carried.
Mr. Ford read report concerning
coupons. etc.. On motion of Mr. Ford
it was referred to the finance commit-
tee with power to act.
Mr. Nelson moved that the clerk and
president give receipts for bonds. Car-
Mr. Ford moved that a committee of
two meet with the secretary of the
bond trustees to check up these bonds.
Mr. Nelson was appointed.
Mr. Nelsonm a^, former city clerk.
was released from his bond.
On motion of Mr. Sage. the commu-
jpiation of Clifford Livingston in re-
gard to opening a stall in the market
was referred to the market committee
with power to act.
A communication was received from
Mr. EL M. Howard in regard to hay fe-
ver, caused by the decaying and stand-
ing weeds. Referred to sanitary com-
Mayor McConathy's communication
was in reference to Mr. Dearborn's
bond. who is superintendent of the
electric light plant. Same was sent to
the finance committee.
A communication was received from
Fire Chief Brigance reconsidering his
resignation. Its withdrawal was allow-
ed, and he will continue to act as fire
Mr. Ford introduced ordinance for
renumbering the streets. Referred to
Judiciary committee.
Mr. Ford moved that John Robert-
son's telephone ordinance be referred
to the judiciary committee, and the
clerk to furnish each member of said
committee with a copy.
All bids that were 0. K. were ordered
Mr. Ford moved that Munroe &
Chambliss' bill for safety box rent be
referred to finance committee. Car-
The city's lighting bill was referred
to the finance committee.
The action of thg city clerk in the
drawing of pay rolls was approved.
The report of the market committee
was received. The members of the
council were given until next meeting
to study said report.
Reports of city officers were return-
ed and approved by finance commit-
tee. *
Messrs. Ford and Nelson were nam-
ed as a special committee to secure a
lot with lime deposits for improving





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Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT
CITY. .The other via MEMPHIS and EL PASO, TEXAS
Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tiets and mdto
days on Northwest Tickets.
No changes. Through Tourists Sleeping Cars every day.


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P..,"y 1:iitini. a sple.nlid young man. DR. D. M. BONEY. gentlenii are general manage r and
. til 1.te Ir. ('hace's office shortly to P rst vice president respectively.
..'r, ,ilthe art <,f dentistry. Optical Parlors Upstairs in When two strong men come to blows,
Gary Building. *ala1.Fla. even if they are well matched, it is
You get your moneyvs worth at the ry BHilding. Ocala. Fla.not a pleasant sight, but if the man
,t'ala News Cnmpany, and a coupon ____ who gets the worst of it will use De-
for a S:2., iie-ce of hand-painted chi- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, he will look
na. You can see it in the window. better and feel better in short order.
.Mr . L.v;,h wil ,I l.ave Saturdayl |Be sure you get DeWitt's. Good for
1'r. J ,Leach will l.ave Saturday everything a salve is used for. includ-
fi Ct'er Kys to inutspect timber lands ing piles. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
-it-, vil gon..Auntil the hoiiiidays. Drugstore.
DOCTON3 ARE PUZZLED Mrs. R. -N Reed has returned from a
The r.-inarkable recovery of Kenneth two months' visit to friends in Bris-
-\ I'\ e. ,f Van,.cobro. Me., is the sub- tol. Tenn.
t, ,-t n 'ch in' --rest to the medical Mr. Claude Nelson. assistant book-
fr:.r .r:,y anl a wide 'relei of friends. kee,'er at the Marion Hardware Com-
t,. s:t\s oIf his ,;:cise; *'o,\ing to severe pany's store,. has been quite ill for the
tin'l, aii3in ,of ;h' thr oat and c n- 'y great t' thig it past ten days. but is better today.
u* s,.in ef the iuncs. thre'te doctors gave
w, up 1, .i,\k. w h.en, at last re-sert. I t w. rr j to k'ep
\\;is in.n. 1 to Try Dr. King's New r'&mrien Ysung hoking A SCIENTIFIC WONDER
I tie-. ver',. anl I am happy to say. it The cures that stand to Its credit
-,.v hiit tl Cures the worst It does this in a natural way. It make Buckle-n's Arnica Salve a scien-
1 0iiih ;A l lis. iron, hitis. ton'ilitis, tilic wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
,e ..k hl.nn:-. 'loi-ars, ness and lagrippe. is not a cosmetic or artificial skin lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
',i,.'wint,ed at Tydings & Co's. drug- coating. It simply clears the pores, Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
'gives the blood free circulation, of piles. It heals the worst burns,
r e- sores. boil. ulcers, cuts, wounds. chil-
I." ne.-it Il.wi. rursetr on the removes all wrinkles, and insures a Ilains and salt rheum Only 25e. at
.\1 v'nt ila s'tre.inie.oat line to Iain- clear, he-tkhy, well groomed skin. Tydings & Cko's. drugstore.
it,! .-. .. arrival Tue-elay on a visit Its frequent use from now will
S. weeks t his grandparents k ou youn loo nd Messrs . Smith andg and good
,Mr. atN,,Mr.. . S -vens. of Berlin. kee g looking dood Hutson returned from Tampa today,
1: .... t \,;< in t\\n totiay buying looking. 50o and $t.oo per Jar. where they had gone on a Marion
.1.l for a hunt next month. He likes Call at our store county peonage case. They were or-
h iin and is doinr well. for sam le dered te report tee T. Hector Wariow.
____ 1'. S. commissioner at Orlando. but just
IF IT'S A REPUTATION Anti-MonopolyV a they were leaving Orala. Deputy
i after. White's Cream Ver-j Marshal Rowe received orders to take
,ifu ,, oha a ,-ri w- |i.- reputation them to Tampa. Commissioner H. I.
as i b ,.-st of Iall Nrm destroyers. Drugstore Cranie of that city transferred the case
1 it-r its influence b.n weak! -. . baok to tcala. to, he tried by ("Cm-
.in,! unhrifty chil.,rt n. It improves r issioner D. S. Williams ton his return
their d.-stinr. andt assimilation of fr -*n his vacation.
It e:r fooi. st! egthens their nervous
.'-in anl rti.r-s titin to health Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts
i.rd \*I-e'r nature >t,, a child If you1 I U"n i'* Rmy"
%\ant a ht-.t!thy., hallY child get a I I on Nature's Plan
hb. ile eof \Whi t' CiPrm Vermifuge. IAVU A A i---,I
S-ld by the Anti-Mon.Iiooly Drugstore. i The most successlui medicines are
I The new t. most attractive and those that air nature. Chamberlain's
SThe newest most attract "and "'Ough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
Pe.a< an ,i.. t r,--vails ov-r the ,n,.\el lackage of cigars is the latest ;it when you have a cold and it will
S*..I;r;s No as-s for two days prrductin ef the El Tropico cigar fac- allay the cough. relieve the lungs, aid
'-.lls :"i<"- hat\e al' duilt-d out of story. )Octla. The il.a is original with expectoration, open the secretions and
, ,n ,Mr. t'has Peys.-r. the iproprietor, and aid nature in restoring the system to
-- -- i attracts a great deal of attention, and a healthy condition. Thousands have

....1...........-We i.ffer One Hundred Dollars Re-
SCHOOLward for any cae of Catarrh that an-
Rebekahs meet this evening, not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. O.
Wray, the piano tuner. is in town. We. the undersigned, have known F.
-.. Cheney for the last 15 years and be-
e Master Van Boney is on the sick list. lieve him perfectly, honorable In all
7 business. transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
Master George lw.',ney is convales- b3 his firm.
b ei a e cent. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,.
Wholes,.ie Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Mr. A. T. Thomas ,of Hernando was Hall's Cat'Arrh Cure is taken inter-
For Boy' SC OOl Shoes. at the Montezuma today. nally. actir.g directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
For Boy's School S tts. Mr. J. A. Jackson of Baldwin was a Tstimonials sent free. Price 75c per
A gu(-s~t of the Montezuma yesterday. bottle. Sold by all druggists
Ar the Montezuma yesterday. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Are For Boy's School Pants. nation.
Mr. Th,,!as.s Palmer. an attorney of
Prepared For Boy's School Caps. Tampa .Js at the Oa!a Hou. THE MAN WITH A HANDICAP
For Boy's School Watst3. Vest and, oat pocket e-lectric lights. Dr. W. C. Lindsay will preach as his
T o Fill For Bo 's Scleol Blo s bottom prices. Young & C'line. farE-well sermon at the presbyterian
Fr Bo-' School BwiSi, churchh Sunday morning on the sub-
SMiss Margaret Taylor has returned .i H.
Y rOur For s o H fro st. Austine. l cr rdially Invited to come odt
Ws For Girl's School Shoes. Col. J. L Younge of Plant City is and hvar him.
WG '4 a guest of the Ocala House. WILL CLOSE SATURDAY
W -an-sFor Girl's School Caps. WILLCLOSESATURDAY
I Mr. H. E. Bareus of Terrell is a Our store will be closed from-un-
For Gri 's School Hose. K"-t of the Ocala House. dwn Friday until sundown Saturday
Sof this wvek, on account of Jewish
-. P. I. Simpson of Macon is at the Lay of Atonement. Yom Kippur.
S2 a lou. Rheinauer & Co.
For 200 Pieces Zephyr Gingham, -, Mr.Wat :!k of ake Cty was a A SURPRISE PARTY
S Ne t Effe t guest of the Mont-zuma last night.
S Neattks and Plaids, Ross hamberlefttodayforMacon Last evening a party of eight young
Ga.. where he will enter school. people fr om e Sala. and most of the
0c FastA o i^ 0c ,,,ung f,,ks from the Shady Grove
a t o C, Herrik of Crtal iver action gathered at the hospitable
Mr. was in th errick oda Cry t er home of (i ar.t. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles to
w as in the at" today, give their daughter, Mis, Maggie, a
M surprise party on her sixteenth birth-
th-Mrs stamp;l t t oday f orHaw- ,lay. The joke was on the young folks,
tho! ntday to visit friends. a Miss Maggie was spending the
FI. ..R RENT-A cottage il the T- i'ht in Ocala. hut nevertheless a
F4 ,o RENT- A cottage in the see- ll tite wa had y all and there
-ndwrl x% APPly at -No. 9; S uth -a-I splendid time was had by all and there
fni ward. Applr y at asnN. 9. uth t a dull moment until midnight.
Third tree. Mr. Pyle served dainty refreshments
r. A. itchell of Sumerneldand the young folks tod stories, play-
was in the c ity tolay. a guest of nthe ed games and passed the hours away
---- ----- the iy y a t o all to quickly. Those who went out
.Mott-zuma. from Ocala were Miss Galloway. Miss
Its a little early b t fall stock is Lela Gable, the Misses Smith,and
It's a little early, but our fall stock is Office supplies of all kind,, and leliamrs. Jones. Cecil Phillips. Cleve
Sbla a 1secialt at nhe Ocala N. Williams an.d Herbert Hester.
arriving daily, and we are in a position to When you have a cold it is well to
Chief Brigance left on today's A .ie very careful about using anything
save yo mo ey. All we ask is a few th vatill cause constipation. Be par
I ric an.c bring her hn,. I ticularly careful about preparations
in tes of yo r valablee to showcontaining opiates. Use Kenney'
theof y u atime o sh wl hoursinthe Christian Laxative Honey and Tar, which stopsI
yOu oug o rstockchurch. hy the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
u rough our stock m.ves the bowels.
-Don't fail to try the new fancy The Ocala House has had seventy-
Itrinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly five arrivals during the past three
A FEW LEADERS i iruestore. days. The house will open its din-
ing room on or before November 1,
SMr. D. A. Clark of Martel has return- and probably sooner, if travel keeps
el lfreoinm a visit to North Carolina. and picking up.
Swas at the (cala House yesterday. Miss Grace Hatchell returned last
~Sidelk ^ a s $n ^^ 50 ,,-we are headquarters for school nGhtfromh sumeroutngata-
id o s books and school supplies of all kinds. bun Gap. Ga.
Se'ala News Co. Two passenger lawn swings, only
$13.90, and you'd better come quick if
C h in aOS&tA*s, $ 15 andI up. 'Mrs. Arthur Clark arrived this af- you went one, for they wn't last at
Sternoon from Valdosta. Ga.. where and ; tis price. Ocala Furniture Company.
.... at-7 other places she has been spending
the past three months Mrs. R. Bard and daughter of
theAF UthreeC onh ^^'NoIrwalK are at the Glenwood. Miss
Hard came to Ocala to take examina-

ALA U N* EYE ion as a teacher.
CEol. R. S. Hall went to Jacksonville
USE this afternoon to confer with some of
E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS. o the other naval stores operators on
S- matters of business.
AND ABUSE C. L. Blttinger left today for Jack-
SANOTHER BAKERY FOR sOCALA snville to meet his wife and daugh-
Theo ttm layer ANOTHER BAKERY FOR OCALA Those tired eyes of your S ter, who are returning from their out-
th e ret infe ,or that r. Grover will stand lots of atuxse, yet Brown and children will also return.
O Vf a Ue a., ,,,,, l l ,u,., t Ocala there is a limit to their pa- Mrs. W. E. McGahagin and little
ftn x. ek. ;;l \il optn a bakery in daughter, Alma, after a pleasant visit
ty 1.: ; l e.r t.t b\uilling. east from Pitt- tience' and their power. to their relatives in this city, have re-
9,^n & |,n. Mr. tr, ence: worked ser- Yo worry alng for turned to Tampa. It will please Mr.
,,S! ,,. at tim baker's trade with 1 l I' worry along f McGahagin's numerous friends in Ma-
A ~~"r. I.+'" ,,". :,<1d is familiar with the quite a while, but there will rion county to learn that "Ernest" is t
C ND rL;.-in.. doing well in the Gulf City. He and
CANDIES come a time when you will his family will soon move into the new
14 1 STOP ITA! iie id home that he is having constructed
Sa ..o$noraS A n..l.c1e.d ough or old may lead regret Our pt iffer- on the shore of the ba
*^'/to A,,rilus bronchial or lung troubles. ene. Mr. J. B. Cutler came up from Dun-
lo/ *t takt. 'hances when Foley's Hon- nellen today. and together with Mr. A. t
y i nd Tu r aff,,rd perfect security I will give you eye advice P. Stuckey,. went on to Gainesville. on
*" l^- 'leyris e olf rnwifrato ld Sl business connected with the Gaines-
. ** I.T I, 1.1 Ill ,,alhirs. .r .r. .. ...d...r.a.t. .

proved a pleasant and memorable one
to the members of the order who were
fortunate enough to be present.
Mr. Hamrlck is an able and enthu-
siastic representative and knows how
to keep up interest among the mem-
Captain Nash has notified the mem-
bers of the Ocala Rifles to keep them-
selves in readiness for active service.
as they may be called on to go to Cuba
at any time.
It is not unlikely that a large num-
ber of the national guards will be call-
ed out to take the places of the regular
troops that are now almost certain to
be sent to Cuba.
Charles Peyser. the proprietor of the
El Tropico Cigar Factory. is present-
ing to his customers a pretty cigar ash
trap. on which is the picture of a cel-
ebrated hunting dog. j
Everybody loves our baby. rosy, sweet
and warm,
With kissy places on her neck and
dimples on her arms.
Once she was so thin and cross, used
to cry with pain-
Mother gave her Cascasweet, now she's
well again.
You know what you are giving your
baby when you use Cascaswe.t. The
ingredients are on every bottle. Con-
tains no opiates. For loss of sleep. A
vegetable corrective for the bowels.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Sam Mathews, after spending a
month with his brother, John Math-
ews, at Candler, returned home yester-
day to be ready for the school open-
ing Monday.
Mrs. W. L. Lowrey and daughter.
Miss Blanche, of Homosassa, were in
the city today.
Mr. Harry Walters will return to-
night from Atlanta and Henderson-
ville, where he has been for the past
two weeks on a pleasure trip
Mr. W. E. N'elson, foreman of the
Star job office will leave Saturday for
Jacksonville. where he will meet his
family returning from Atlanta and ac-
company them home.
FOR RENT-One of the best locat-
ed and most'convenient cottages in the
.second ward. House has five rooms,
ball and bathroom: large yard, stable
and woodhouse. Apply at this office.
Wallace Davis. who has been sick
with fever several days, is able to be
up and around again.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and chil-
dren will return tomorrow or Saturday B
from Suffolk, Va.
Captain J. A. Tucker of Rochelle
was in the city yesterday. He is now
a grass widower. His wife and daugh-
ter. Miss Winifred, are visiting Mrs.
Tucker's mother at Terre Haute, Ind.
Mr. J. K. Christian of McIntosh went
down to Dunnellon yesterday afternoon
to look after his business interests at
that place.
Walter Ray and family returned yes-
terday from their outing in North Car-
olina. Mr. Ray's brother came up from
Citrus county to meet him.
El Burello Cigar Co., Tampa, Fla.,
will guarantee X-Senator cigars to
smoke better and give more satisfac-
ion generally than most 10 cent cigars.
For sale at all leading stands, 5 cents.
James Taylor, a late graduate of the
Ocala High School, has entered the
University of the South at Suwannee,
We want your prescription trade.
We give the best service possible. Pure
drugs, competent prescriptionists, fair
prices and prompt delivery. Please
tend or bring your trade to Tydings
& Co., phone 30.





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To eveuome the well-groaded and remaouable 'eecti of l
amore ellitent to the use of ecret, medicinal cup.a.ds, Dr. L. V.
Piee, of ffalo, N. Y., onetime go, dedded to make a bold de-
pmture from the usual core pumed by the makers of put-up med-
caes for uomsr me, and so has publ d bro t and openly to the
whole world, a full and complete lit of all the ingrdlimnts .'tnrig
into the c Iim tion of his widely relkmated mwin nin Thls he has
taken his numerous patros and patients into his full ronfi4pune Thus
too he has absolutely and completely removed his medicines from among
secret noAtrums of doubtful merits, and made them Remedia of Kxm
They ae aw il a da all by tbemselv --Mist bVLa_ ty
Wd i everyy NeM-M t.
By this bold step Dr. Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such
vrrelmwre that be is 0ot afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny.
So many false ormals and malicions The ee pporto of the several in-
ataehmente eocermm his medicines pediets used nm these medicines, a
had been palihed throghthe con- well M te working formula and peeal-
nvanoe of jeale competitors and dis- tar proeemis, apparatus and appliances
gruatled doctors, that Dr. Pieme der- employed in their manufacture, are
mined to completely disarm hi samil- ithhd from that Dr. Pierce's
eans by a full and frank statement of propreary rights may not be infringed
their exact compositon, tvefy he and trespu d up n by unpri
eame under oath as complete ad cor- imitators and those who may be pirti-
eet. This he h done and to the ally inclined.
nomplste disosmfltre of those who had Dr. John Fyfe, of Saugatuck, Conn.,
sie bhis good name as well as the Editor of the Department of Therapen-
well-earned repatedion of his world- tios in Ta ELUWcrIC Runvw says of
famed u..dk4iL.. Unicorn root (Helemias D~ie) one of
Not only do t wrapp of every the chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
bottle of Dr. Pier's Golden Medical vorite Prescription: "A remedy which
Discovery, the famous medicine for, invariably acts as a uterine invigorator
weak iomaeh, torpid liver or bilio s- and always favors a condition which
nesa and al ir al dise wherever Imakes for normal activity of the entire
located, baveprinted upon it, ti plies reproductive system, cannot fail to be
E isk, a an d complete list of all of great sefuiness and of the utmost
the acrsdis a omposinc it, but a ipranct to the general practitioner
smail book m been compiled from of umedcine."
amrona standard medical works, of Reloas more fully answers the
all h dMiulest schools of practice, above them My eAerw
remaining very numerous extracts from wit wah Ia8 0 Oc ted. Ia the
the wriis of leading prattoe treatment of disea peeliar to women
of medicine, endorsmg O the 8renyOt it i seldom that a cae is seen which
p nM, each and evy ineaer- does not some indication for
leat n6Mtaird in Dr. Piere's mnedi- this remeia aent."
eies. One of them little books will be *The fonowin a reamong the lead-
mailed free to any one end address g indicatio for Heloias: Pain or
ea postaleard or by letter, toDr. V. tug in the back, with leoeorbea;
Piere, Bufalo, N. Y., and e g tonic (weak) condition of the repro-
the sam. From this booklet it wfll be ductiv organs of women, mental de-
Warned tht Dr.Pierce'smedicines con- p on d iritability, associatedwith
tain no alcohol, nareatics, mineral chronic diseases of the reproductive
agents or other po or injurious organs of women, constant sensation of
a and that they are made rom heat in the region of the kidneys: menor-
native, medicinal roots of great value; rhaia, ("flooding") due to weakened
also that some of the most valuable in- condition of the reproductive system;
gredient ooa in Dr. Pierce's Fa- amenorrhe, Mrrn from or aeompa-
vorite for weak, nerou e an normal condition of the
vr-orked -down," nervousnd digtve organs and an anemic (thin
6shilemaed women, were emoyed, on blood) habit; drain smestioMs in the
s ago the dim for similar extreme lower part of the abdomen.1
aimEtsC their usuaW In Ifmoa orIm of thebe m ptoms
tfst, one of the most vau l medic- no i.alid women ean do bet-
aal plans entering into the ompo- r than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
ion of Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Presecip- seriptlon, which Is rich in all the medicinal
tion was known to the Indians as properties of Unicorn root or Relolas.
SSquaw-Weed." Our knowledge of the m AD wornM
uses of not a few of our most valuable
rMtive medicinal is was gained should have a medical book hsady. They
te M should know about anatomy and ph y-
Sfromi6 ndians oloy. They should have a book that
Sme b improved and exact o the sexolclcal relations of the
froee, and8 with the use of ecially sexes as well au how and when to advise
aeuigmed chemical apparatus, the "Fa- son and daughter. Has unequaled ea-
vorie Preription" is a mosmeat efficient dorsemet of thepremw ministry, legal and
remedy far regulating all the womanly medical professions. A stadarml work is
funeesm, ereting displacementas a;s People's Conmmon Sense Medical
,~ mi s ion, 1 Adviser. by I. V. Pierloe, M.D. Said l
oprol Mnev n V i, one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound
eveomiag painful period, toning up book, or 21 stamps for the p!per-eaovred
te erves and bringing about* a perfect voluae. Address Doctor .V. PierM ,
state of health. I Buffalo. N. Y.


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Saratoga. N. Y., Sept. 27.--Charles
F. Hughes of New York was nominat-
ed for governor by the republican
state convention yesterday.
After Tuesday night's session iof the
convention the delegates rea.ssmbled
Wednesday morning and proceeded to
complete the preliminaries of the con-
In the afternoon the convention nom-
inated by acclamation Charles FK
Hughes fow governor, and M. L.ynr
Bruce for lieutenant grvernr N'o
other names were presented for con-

Mrs. Morton Dougla-ss returned from
Green Springs Saturday. wher- she
has been for a month for her health.
We gladly welcome her home again.
and are pleased to find her very much
Some young men seem to want to
attend Shady school where they could
practice the first rule.
Messrs. Tom Jones and Cecil Phil-
lips of Ocala visited relatives heie
Sunday afternoon.
We are sorry to state that Miss Ka-
tie Buhl has not yet recovered from
an attack of fever.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour of Ocala
visited Spring Hill Sunday.
Rev. Turner of Gaiter filled his reg-
ular appointment at Shady Sunday
Messrs. McArthur. Home and Thom-
as of York were visitors in our midst
Mr. J. H. Morrison is now busily en-
gagel in getting up beef cattle.
People desiring a good beggarweed
pasture may apply to Mr. A. R. Doug-
Misses Maude and Aurelie McAteer.
Maggie Pyles. Edna Counts and Mr.
Fred McAteer were pleasant visitors at
Spring Hill Sunday afternoon.
The farmers have finished gathering
their corn and are now engaged in
harvesting their hay.
Miss Lora Douglass visited Miss Ru-
bye Phillips Friday.
- Mr. Robert Douglass was on the
sick list last week.
mes are dull here, except on Sunr-
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She knows that OZOMULSION is
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'too It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble
Sfolk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feast. It cures Consumptioe when
taken in time. All druggists sell it-
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Coleman truckers have started to put All t popu color
In their fall crop. though it will not be Fpr Men; Worsted
so large as last season as a number *' old on.y in lots ot
of the truckers will wait for the 6 pai-s tor S.5o; Cot
spring ton. pairs for $1.50
spring season. For Ladies; ERvT: 'ian Cotton six plrs
The truckers here have saved the for ai.oQ. A guarantee tikt Il
largest hay crop they ever did and are whcAMr. a
packing a good portion of It in tales soa sAi.. n4
as the weather has been all that one
could wish. though it is a little dry
just now. M. FISHEL, Ocala, Fla.
The Coleman school is better than --.- -

it has ever been and under the man;.ge-
ment of Prof. Tompkins and Miss Mag-
gie Olmsted. is doing good work and
the debates every two weeks are tine.
The building boom still continues.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. C'renshaw have
started their nice new hotel which will
be finished in time for the traveling
public by Christmas. This hotel will
be appreciated very much as it is
badly needed.
N. J. Wicker has cut lumber with a
pony sawmill run by a gasoline en-
gine to cover ten acres of cukes in the
spring and build a handsome store-
house 40x0s feet. which will be com-
pleted by the first of October and be i
opened 'by J. A. Pittman & Son ,of
Ocala, as a furniture store.
Hugh Wicker who accidentally shot
himself Saturday in the hip is Idoing
Mittie Wicker left Tuesday for
Sutherland where she will enter col-
D. W. Swiscomb left a few days ago
with his wife for Atlanta. Ga.. to have
an operation performed. and we unider-
stand it was a complete success and
that Mrs. Swicord expects to return
completely cured.
D. Johnson, of the Monarch Orange
grove, is all smiles. It is an ll
pound boy.

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The Peninsular is one of the strong-
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may be obtained.
$11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oc-
tober 19, 20, 21 and 22. final limit Oc-
tober 30. Extension of limit to No-
vember 15 may be obtained.
$15.10, Birmingham, Ala. One fare
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oc-
tober 14 and 15. final limit October
21. Extension to-November 21 may
be obtained.
$37A40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one fare
plus $2. Tickets on sale October 6
and 7, with final limit 21 days from
date of sale.
$20.95, Memphis, "lenn. Rate of one
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
October 15, 16. 17 and i. with final
limit October 30. Extension of limit
to November 30 may be obtained.
$21.15, New Orleans, La. Rate of one
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
October 12 to 15. Inclusive, with final
limit October 30. Extension to No-
vember 30 may be obtained.
$23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate of one
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
September 29 and 30, with final limit
October 8.
$34.46, Rock island, IlI. One fare plus
$2. Tickets on sale October 6, 7 and
8. final limit to leave Rock Island
October 16.
42.00, Washington, D. C. Seld dally
to September 30. All tickets limited
to October 31..
Summer tourist rates to all summer
resorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-
j til September 30. with final limit to
return any time before or on Oct. 31.
For further Information apply to
nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland, DIv.
Passenger Agent, Tampa. Fla.


The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
will sell round trip rates from Jack-
sonville to points shown on dates in-
dicated. Proportionately low rates
from other points.
$32.20, Dallas, Tex, and return. Tick-
ets sold October 6 and 7. Final re-
turn limit 21 days from date of sale.
$32.80, Buffalo, N. Y., and return.
Tickets sold October 10, 11 and 12.
Final return limit leaving Buffalo,
October 19. 1906.
$19.60, New Orleans, La., and return.
Tickets sold October 12 to 15, in-
clusive. Final return limit October
30. By depositing ticket with spe-
cial agent at New Orleans and pay-
ing fee of 50 cents, an extension of
return limit, can be secured until
November 30. 1906.
$17.65, Memphis, Tenn, and return.
tickets sold October 15, 16, 17 and
18. Final return limit, October 30.
By depositing ticket with special
agent at Memphis and paying fee of
50 cents, an extension of return lim-
it rmiy be secured until November
30 1906.
$57.90, Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo, Colorado, and return. Tick-
ets on sale daily to September 30.
Final return limit, October 31, 1909.
$38.40, Hot Springs, Ark., and return.
Tickets on sale daily. Final return
limit 90 days from date of sale.
$46.05, Chicago, Ills., and return Tick-
ets on sale daily to September 30.
Final return limit, October 31, 1906.
Daily to September 30, round trip
- summer tourist tickets will be on sale
I at various resorts. Full Information,
I schedules, time tables, etc., will be fur-
inished promptly on application.
Fla. Pass Agt, I4 & N. R. R.,
118 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

'$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 29th and 30th, with
final limit Oct. 7th. Extension avail-
able to Oct. 22.
$11.95 Atlanta, lGa. and return. Tick-
ets on sale Oct. 9th and 10th, with
final limit Oct 29th. Extension avail-
able to Oct. 30th.
$2375 Richmond, Va., and return. Tick-


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Wounded and the Entire Truin
of Cares urand
Indianapolis. Sept. 27.-A special
today from Peru. Ind. reports a disas-
trous wreck on the Wabash at CattlH,
Ills.. yesterday.
The Wabash fast mall No. 8, run-
ning seventy miles an hour. weat Into
an open switch and crashed Into a
freight train standing on the tidbla-
completely wrecking the fast iil.
Eight people are reported killed and
forty-one injured. Some of the itsar-
ed are reported to be to a vey serious
condition and may die as a result of
their Injuries.
Immediately after the accident the
wreckage caught fire and was totally
consumed, nothing being left of the
trying excepting the dinilg car.
The injured were put on another
train and carried to Danville, Ills., for
medical treatment. just as soon as a
train could be rushed to the scene to
convey the wounded to some place for

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