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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 28, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03517
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Volume 12, Nouml 95


OCAT A, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTERBER 28, 1906


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Crisp, Fresh Crackers

Among the many fresh and tooth-
somre things just arrived at the Tea-
pcet are the National Biscuit Com-
pany's products, such as Orange Slic-
es. Fig Drops, Southern Honey, Cali-
fornia Mixed Cocoanut Slices, Peach
and Cream. Chocolate Bon Bans and
Mary Anns, with a hundred other ap-
petizers and refreshers.

TEAPOT GROCERY


OCALA FURNITURE CO
Personal Service imyl ert, Aiy Time
and Whet needed.
The Question of tmbalmlng and Fun-
eral Directing is a Delicate One
Would not it be Best for Tei to Ea-
trust this Qnestion to Those who Appre-
ciate It's Delicacy, nd Whose I[now-
ledge is of the Highest Stadard
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE


PROMPT AT


Day Phone No. 10.
SMITH & RIOBERT


TENTION
light 94 ud 167
rs, Okla, Fln.


THE


JEWELER


Carries a Conplete Stock of
Jewelry, Consisting of


PI NS.


RIN (. s.
CHI ARM S.
CHAIN S.
FINE CHINA,


DIAMONDS,
WATCHES,
FOBS,
CUT GLASS.


LAIPES' 'MBRELLAS.
;U A PANTEEI) CLOCKS
-And-
SOT'VENIR CARDS.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.


OCALA, FLA


Electrical Supplies.

I have a well selected stock
of Ei"-tri< Fans. in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Vestinglousemake. The lat-
tt-r co-t a little more. but re-
quire less current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
V. >...... I .I'1l- N 1- 0 111i f VW I


Lights. etc.


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.ll kinds of electrical work
:i1d repairing done at reason.
a hie 'rices. under a full guar-
anlltte. If your lights are out
of fix. or you need wiring
dole. pholle to No. 22"2.

Walter Tucmker.

The Art of
Buying a Piano
Is Some"tng That
Everyone Does Not
Have


There are mnanv


things to


a k e i 11 to consideration-
-ettiies' of tone. reliability
of make. lightness of action
anid the durability and con-
t'r 'tlI ioi of the cas.
Whenever you do decide to
n.iy ai Ipiano. why not buy it
of ; godA reliable firm. The
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WEK U Nullj DON'T FAIL TO CALL UP PAIMS-IP OF PUTS P
II" P Phone NoD 15 -A
With Techers in Giving the ChildMr -
ld- hAnd Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans Ti when laing 7t
Western Florida's Great port Sht- and 8vio80an re mber tat we
tared in the Grasp of the and From the New York Journal we clip others, as well as ourSlvws
SKing A 1the following article on the relation
of parents to the schools: -
PenS cola. Sept. 2,.-The worst sea e are also prepared to build and repair We demand on behalf of the future M UNIRO B
storm and hurricane the Gulf Coast generation, on behalf of the school -
has experienced since the village of Telephone Lines and M otors, and do Gen- children and the school teachers that .
Pensacola, on Santa Rosa Island, was mothers and fathers co-operate wil- =
s a 71 R p* sglingly and intellectually in the work
swept away. l7O years ago, began era Repair ork. that the teachers have to do.
Wednesday night and is still raging. There is much talk in the homes of .
Every house in the city has suf- Shop and Sale Rooms O o e th Posto l mt the teachers' shortcomings. T NA
fered damage. Telephone, telegraph p and a ooms 0t the P to D gto There Is too much realnes to 1i-T -AI
ten to the stories of children excustng T GEU"
and etrc light wires are a E FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELEOTRI 0. their own poor work with criticism of
mass iTE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC 005 teachers.
The- water front is strewn with The matter is most serious. The OF OCALA.
Swrecvkage for miles on either side of Pho1n IS. B. W. MacDONALD, Manalge. teacher cannot possibly do his best
work and give the best results unless
the city and vessels are piled on the nthe parents co-operate with him intel- C.
wharves. or where the wharves were, ligently. Let us consider what the
all utter ruins. Big iron steamers and DOING GREAT DAMAGE I duty of parents is, and what the teach- T I A
many of the larger sailing vessels are -- Ia o U ers have a right to expect
nw lying high up in the ity, where The Gulf Hurricane is Ravaging the Fathers and mothers know what an
now ng hih upCoasts of Alabama, Mississippi -- atrocious thing a spoiled child Is.
the lid-, was never known to reach be- and Louisiana Tulula Lodge, No. 22 I. 0. 0. F., You pi'y the father and mother that J. CI
fore. and every wharf, for miles meets every Tuesday evening in must control one spoiled child.. Don't
around, has been swept away, or dam- Louisville. Sept. 27.-The gulf storm, Yonge's Hall. E. Jeffords, N. G. tall to pity the teacher who is expected In addton to Its xa me t na s Il=t K
which began to show its force last V. E. Bryant. Secretary. to control, by kindness and intelligence
aged beyond repair, night. destroyed all the wire commu- exclusively, a dozen or more spoiled advantage of a i p ftMm --Il -i-i d
Many Lives Lost nication to Mobile and New Orleans. THE TEXAS WONDER children.
The- storm appears general between THE TEXAS WONDER The first thing for you fathers and lcw9 M W Ua IM t bogy.
I It is reported that many lives were Montgomery and the Gulf of Mexico Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu- mothers Is to see to It that you do not ______..__________
i lst between the city and the navyand westward to the Mississippi river. matic troubles. Sold by all druggists, send spoiled children to the schools.
s. butnefnte di l an b n There has been no communication with or two months' treatment by mail or Remember that the most Intelligent
yards but no definite details can be w Orleans since midnight. The last Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, conscientious, devoted teacher can see
secured It is known, however, that word from there was that one suburb St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. all of his work made useless by the
many houses in that section are now had been damaged somewhat by wind Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly overpetting of a child or foolish se-
under from five to ten feet of water and by the sudden rise of four feet in Drugstore. verity with a child. Dispenmer of
Lake Ponchartrain. The water is re- Fathers and mothers in America de-
and many women have been taken ported four feet deep in the streets of USELESS TO HIM mand, properly, that a teacher shall
from second story windows and car- Moss Point, Miss. A high wind is not strike a child. They should send P .e .g a a CoU
ried to safety in boats. blowing the water in from the gulf. "I've got you down for a couple of to the teacher children that do not re-
All electric power was shut off at 5 At 2:40 this morning communication tickets; we're gettnig up a raffle for quire blows. ChOi e m ai CfmA,
olok yesterday morning and no cars was restored for a moment with Mo- a poor man of our neighborhood." Fathers and mothers demand that
are runnidlg. bile. which reported a gale blowing "None for me. thank you. I wouldn't in school their children shall be con- a Line f Pl
j ith rain falling in torrents and the know what to do with a poor man, if trolled by moral persuasion, appeals --r
Traffic Stopped barometer falling rapidly. I won him." to their better nature. Let them send Come in and enjoy a cold drink or aueaer of amam ad
to the teachers children that are ac-
Traffie with the outside world is cut Pain From a Burn Promptly Relieved An Ounce of Prevention customer to be controlled in that man- the electric fans. Don't forget the place.
off. a.- is also communication. by Chamberlain's Pain Balm ner.
The street are strewn with timber. Balm Is worth a pound of cure. There are Realize that the father is the teach-
e tt an many poor sufferers, consumptives, Realize that the father is the teach-
tin roofing and broken glass. A little child of Michael Strauss. of who are hopeless of getting well- her's partner in education, and that the
The telegraph company is hard at Vernon. Conn.. was recently in great who, if they had taken care of them- mother is the teacher's ally. ALLEN 51 O E I IU
work to clear the wires. and this als- pain from a burn on the hand, and as selves would now be well. A cough How impossible it is in a family to
I patch, with other matter, was carried cold applications only increased the is the foundation of consumption. Bal- bring up the children properly if the Next to Munroe & ChamIn-' Beak.
to Flomaton. Ala.. by the Western inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that father adopts one method and the *
Union manager. Mr. James N. Nichols, a local mer- cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls. Mn- mother another. How many children
It i feared great havoc and loss of chant, for something to stop the pain. tana. writes: "I have used Ballard's ae idb ctdt
life will be shown when reports from Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to Horehound Syrup in my family forfa terudb motr.
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the years-my children never suffer with from father and mother.
along the coast can be gathered. first application drew out the inflam- coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Think what a task you put before -
mation and gave mmedate relief. I Drugstore. the teachers, when you expect them to
have used this liniment myself and control children who at home are to
NEW ORLEANS SUFFERED recommend it very often for cuts, often directed n opposition to the
burns, strains and lame back. anx R. D. FULLER. L. F. LALOCK. teacher's wishes and even encouraged
Wind Was From Forty to Sixty Miles have never known it to disappoint." R. FULLER. F. LALO teacher's wishean
For sale by all druggists. to disobey the teacher.
an Hour FULLER ALOCKWe emphasize this point: Control ia
New Orleans, Sept. 28.-A tropical SAN JUAN WAS SHAKEN your children by kindness and lntello -
hurricane has been driving the waters DENTAL SURGEONS ence. You have no right to send
of the Gulf of Mexico in shore for the Capital City of Porto Rico Feels Sev- children otherwise controlled to the '&
past 18 hours, with winds of from 40 oral eavy Seismic Shocks Oce Over e SS' choo say "I have a boy that I can
to 60 miles an hour. There is great If you say, "I have a boy that I can
loss of property, but no loss of life San Juan, Sept. 28.-This city ex- OCALA, FIA. only control by whipping him," orn" CAREFULLY PREPA D LUCE
was re-orted up to last night, perlenced a series of heavy earth- have a girl that must be whipped once AFULL U rU LUl
Great apprehension is felt for the quake shocks yesterday, lasting" thirty in a while," how have you a right to
towns along the Gulf Coast. seconds. Temsl Combo say. "I will not allow a teacher to
Lake Ponchartrain has risen five The terror stricken people rushed touch my child?" D i g M Romm o X-- 6
feet. All the railroads are tied up and into the streets and even the govern- It you cannot control one child with- ant g t .... ---- -
telegraph wires are down. ment buildings were deserted. No Ch c out brutality, how can you expect a"m m.. --- -- ... -- -,
Last reports from Port Eads said damage was done, so far as can be A Choice Stock teacher to control forty or fifty chll- the s s P N
the wind was blowing 60 miles an told from all reports which have been dren by kindness?
hour. received today. Of Fresh Beef Pork Remember that we do not excusee un- notime S" am
hour. received today. OruFresh Beeh, P k der any circumstances the striking of a- g
Great damage to the rice crop is re- sirx..and UOml howmsto shrdlu shrd Fr e B a, ta k der hany t rcumsert athe s training of
ported. An Ja child by a teacher. It Is an outrage, ffl1 Ir-X o1 W QS .
A few of the steamers due here have TORTURE BY SAVAGES And M uttl, according to our law. for a man to
been sighted, but It Is reported that "Speaking of the torture to which It is an infinitely greater outrage for s dAm
theY were .standing out in the open s.me of the savage tribes e Ve able Fruits, Poultry an einl to i a e I1
Gulf. until the storm ends. ipplnes subject their captives, reminds VeetablesFruits, rowry, any hmn being t strike a weak
The worst damage to the city is in me of the intense suffering I endured Eggs, Fish, Oysters and child that is defenseless. trk a* Pe a9 Rt
West End. a summer resort, w here the for three months from inflammation i Family r It is a disgrace to send to school
piers and buildings were wrecked. of the kidneys." says W. M. Sherman, Choice Fresh Family Gruc children that have been made the vie-r a -LA W EBTur tul^^***^*
nbe at reso n the ak of Cushing, Me.. 'Nothing helped me series, always on hand from times of blows and brutality at home
was partly submerged last night, and tIes of which completely cured me." which to do your marketing. e pt of ah work, the instilling of educa-
much of the population spent the night Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood et a wr t llno -
-i n boats, disorders and malria; and restores Send or bring us your or tion. without recourse to the only kind G. D. HOGAN, Pmopibe.
the weak an nervous to robust health. ders and they will have of persuasion that the child is accus-
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug- tomed to obey. -
MOBILE IS ISOLATED gists. Price, 50c. prompt attention Nowhere in the world is parental
love more highly developed than In
Storm Has Cut Off All Communication Bamboo porch screens while they T E QSM TTH America. Nowhere are greater sacri- A AS
With Alabama's Metropolis last, $1.45 and $1.75. The reason? We V . V fices made for the coming generation.
Atlanta. Ga. Sept. 27.-Up to a late don't care to carry them over. Ocala The sight of a father working himself
horlant.G. Siht. omuniaption awith Furniture Company. NO. 98 North Magnolia St. to death for his family is so common
obie, Aa., hd nt been r a~ in the Uunited States that it excites
Mobile, Ala.. had not been restored and The Ocala News Company Is opening Pl n TT no comment. The mother slaving day
city. Mobile has been shut off from an elegant advance line of holiday chi- in and day out that her daughters may
the word nerly 24 hours na. in all of the most beautiful domes- have what she could not have, that her Fo t N r Th i a + We
the world nr tic and imported goods. The line is sons may have for their education the
Wt.tern Union reports la.-t night the largest, the most expensive and money thatsheoughttospendonher- G I BA GA S
tated that the storm was still raging the best selection they have ever car- self is the rule. not the exception.
at Pensacola. with indications for sev-
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Selnm. Ala.. reoprts heavy rains, and FUNERAL DIRECTORS runs e T V ae 1ni
high winds, for the past 12 hours, with F p fF Never encourage a child to speak dis- V iIs
much damage to fences and roofs. The J l A respectfully of a teacher. Never en-n k s V a
large smokestack the International Undertakers and Emba ers courage a child to put blame upon a
dowmokstckfte nte ionalteacher. There are defective teachers, a s e s
il company blown down on a DENTAL SURG01EON D. E. McVER ALFRED E. OWEN of course. And the child may bring
ginnery. causing a loss of $S000. All
wires south of that point are down. Ustaiu L0mmer l genk ld' Undertakers to Its father oromother truthful tale of
011,e Uo ,a, opstai.s, Commercial.,u k 'i shortcomings on the teacher's part.
MOVING SLOWLY NORTHWARD OCALA FLA. Fine Caskets and Burial Robes Investigate these things If you will. O
But investigate them for yourselves.
The Face of the Storm is Almost -- All Work Done by Licensed Em- remembering the tendency of childhood
S c Spent Tems h Csbalmere and Fully Guaranteed- to e aeration. S i to tavel .
Sept.Ter-Beatedre-Don't be made foolish by the fact So you an to
Washington. Sept. 2.-Belated re- that it Is your own child that talks.
ports from Pensacola to the Weather THE HERM ITAG E DISTILLED WATERFre Delivery Find out for yourself, without enour line
Bureau show that the Gulf storm pass-TH HE Mteaing th e rld todiso ry. Ila-nloamy"
ed inland, some distance west of en- DAIRY tening too eagerly to its story. Then
nacola. omeith wind s of hurricane if you fnd that your child has spokes ov A Cat fi
"" 'acola. ' it' w"nds of" hurr"cane __ i I CEtruthfully' take +uC'h steps as you may----T AWbrIutf--- ully, take suchse a'
strength. the maximum velocity at Fr-sh and Pure Milk and Cream Do tr ull. take such steps as ou may
that station being 8S miles an hour. l.red Every Morning at Your Z plDont laugh at your child when it Styv t WS Ma 5ic e .
The storm was probably central last DoP z tells of the "smart things" that It does T W a S C
night in the south central portion of z the
Sthe Mivalle. It Is believed ONE bother other pupils. U tchels a eesc pes
I it is decreaing in energy and that it Never try to influence the child
will move slI ly northward during the
next 24 hours. no during th C J. PHI LLIPS against the teacher. You hurt your own p ip iS, at any t
next 24 hour. OCALA ICE A FUEL CO., Ocala, Fla. child infinitely more than you encour-
TH IT MIL. C a r and age the child to rebel against neces-a to show


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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER A, 16l


EVENING STARTOURIST TRAVEL
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ILL BE HEAVY


flADE FRG NATIVE iiLTS.


SAFE AND RELIABLE.


C. L. BITTINGER & CO. Evident That There Will be an Im-- hat the roots of many native plants,
-- i meaM Crowd of Visitrs in growing wild in our Amrt-n an I ,r-t:.
C. L-. Miner-" R. li. C UM I I Fltrida ThWs Witer ; of human mz=iad' s -ii pr'o--. Ei.n
Proprietor and Pubbe the untutr#u i iaua ha d h .Lr'-a tai-
PrPrtetolr an4 Pupblisbera. Information of a reliable character enrtove rViue Of 'cm. t .- and
ge-'e *il from various sourt e snows tanght the early setler- itL ir ou--. Th^
C. L. SITTINGER, that this winter's tourist season will IIndian never 'iied wor., -. hie a i.:-
Editor and General Managm be the beavilt known in the history uw togpt we'.l as sor. a- 'r-i i.
of Florida. Those of our citizen. whoi M e might do the wor- and let i-:m :':"-t.
.tCave b,-_n spending the summer Therefore, he dug -papoNse root for ier,
R. R. CARROLLa- I< for that wat the-ir gre-at ry ma':y fr fo.
E dtR, -. A RROLL.. Ma, e m-nths at some Eastern resort, relate; male weaknesses.s Ir. Pierce. .s the
City Editor and Busi.-.a Manar|. h,,w the-y were tr,4 by "so many." heir t ame roolt- lkd Lue Cohr-L-i his
resolve t., spend the coming cold 'Favorite Prescriptiona." killfulliT c'm-
CO-OPERATE IN SCHOOL WORK vwt-at! er in Florida. Every raivroad bind with other agents that T",':e it
line that if represented in the state is more effective than another m'-a..w ia
,- ...r a' a-.r:. f-rm the bu-sy arranging schedules for extra ncuingnall th various ,' .nj
N- Y .r- ,. r :,- r-la:ion of train and hunting up all the passeng- Many d&licred omoe.L have Lt.o. vet'
... .- It 7. time- er coarbes belonging to their respect-. from the operating tatle and tL,- ? r'-
,- ,i m '_,,m and le lines. o they can have them in, o's knife by th i timely u- of I;<:, r
":'- .d .- n Md tnes, for the unusual rush which, Pierce's Favorte Pres-rlitin. Tad-r-
.-.. ,-,-, .r .. . f-'*-n- ,our p- w, ;.relv brein the early part of Oc- nes over the iower xe-;.c ri'-.,. "'m
.... h.- ". ; r-ad t' think *-- tou-r Among the hotel men. hba"uing bearing down pains .or distress -hu.' not
,r its ,.ntelnt. and the'n ; ru**,-. and even the restaurants. some go unheeded. A cirse of Favurt.-iPri-
.. h. h.-i--n -v and ahlre by that at-ivty is to be found,/and in most Scription will work marvel,us lt4neal
., .. ... ;-r- it 'h- h teach- -ve-ry tintance. where possible. addi- In all such cases, and generally ~-ff-t a
... ,- ,. ,, i tic-ns to the buildings and enlarged fa- i permanent cure if p' r-ted in for a rea-
.rnable Ilnerh of t me. The -Fsvorhl
S:... ,- .... .i:j and su cilities for the accommodation of the Prs riptn leg- h.-f agent, be..
-.,r i- hStor.. uc hC-opera- I t'ave4ing public are being made. The wholly prepared Insm naLuve metcn:.l
r ,-a, r'n ntrhirn but goo re- printers are getting some benefit from roots. without a drop c.f alcohol i:t its
'"-nd a-] \ u ish your child well a'! this. because beside the large' make up. whereas ; ll other thcir(-S,
,- v:n 1.'in' i'. b 4t, s, will amount of railroad advertising L..w put up for sale tLrouwh dr.:-gist- fr
. b'-' ii-.in- i ,r ,e.wn and the being printed and distributed broad- woman's peculiar ailmntss. c tna:u large
', bi. ,,- -- L r u aliteown and the t o the an by the ro quantities of spnirituous liquors. -Li-h
I,:irt in, --" L" us d, a liWtie cast over the land by the roads in r very harmful. especially to de:cate
w.-,(-ria'ir. al,-ng w-eo! w-k. do ;t which each one advocates their line women. *Favorite 're-cription c n-
'., ar.. r,'^-.. *th, b-re-fit and har- as the belt and leading to the largest i tains neither alcohol nor harmful La;:-
.'. i'.- ;r. r worts. the hotel men in every place, forming drugs. All its ingredients are
.... ____ where there is a bare possibility of e- pprind on each bottle wraprr. It is a
T AUD ----DEAL ,.-uring a portion of the exodus to the powerul invioratug tonic, imlarttng
THE LAUNDRY DEAL South. a getting out attractivehe e u lit-hea lth and strentni in particular to tLe
-South, are getting out attractive lit- oran distincly feminine. For w<
organs distinctly feminine. I-(r it-ak
I,-' -'. yrrv t".u,.st that the Banne'r --eature in the way of circulars and and sickly womer.. who are "iiorn-out.
..,] .. \tli'at,.r, 'he far-t hl,'klets setting forth the good rea- or debilitated. c;-cailHv f,.r v omc-n who
.;' ," I :;-,-' ' --1 -. .h'- W-i." Star sn- why the t.,urist should patronize; work in store. of,.ce. or s h-,1i-room. whoL
.'.-" I..,.r, ," -ia;, whas \ tn hat iparTriilar lo-ality. The dates for sit at the tvpewritr or s."winr machine,
: -l.. *r., .rr. .- "r,- ,'r.ns :'. r-s'- have all been an-or bear heav- hou-i.hold hurdens and for
'.. : -r. *- .- nr d. ir Th- haoe all been .n- nursing oi".tt.-ers. Dr. Pierce'. Fav-ortc
S. -: .--.:. ..*unce., .nd th- Northern help are, description will prove a price-,es henet't
.. a-. an our arriving td-il t,, take their places. One because of its health ritoring a&d
. n." ui i.-ntlyv i;rfeited to of the causes for the great number who' strength-giving power.
KI- -r i u. I regret that a w:ll visit Florida this season is their For constipation, the true. scientific
S..r thou -- t so lacking in cour- fact that the resorts througt-out Call- eure is Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pelleta
*.- ;- t,. f,.rr'e frim me a premature fornia and particularly in San Fran- Mld, hari ness yet sure.
., r,-drn#n' -R. R. arrri. J cisco dre thrown out of business by
reawsn of the late earthquake. and THE NEW YORK WORLD
ANOTHER CORRECTION those who have been accustomed to
viAiting that state caj. find no place to Thrice-a-Week Edition Read Wher-
V- ,-1 tumtlv bg 'apt Ge' A. acco'nmmodate them. and a still greaerEnglish Language
\. 1 f-l r usraghit 'o easn Is that those who have visited: ever the English Language
Nn- s. T.mson FTlo,rida make such favorable reports is Spoken
** .'h rinia anr'-ish hi tr- 1ltl,- at- I,, the country, that it persuades hun-
*".. ar: ,--.r ,-r but at th e r h year to come South. The Thrice-a-Week World, now that
t k h.- ndl-: mr nqu.- ui.ries ar*, being received by the a great presidential campaign is fore-
<< l.r ,. .r in this morn. shadowed hop"_ to be a better paper
Railroad officials, hotel men and offt- shadowed hopes to be a better pae
S.. F '-: Th- i:- i as given to ials of the various clues as to ratesthan it has ever been before, and it
fr'- a intr o(f the Ocala ac has made its arrangements accord-
... ,Th- ,'.. -ran did nt Tp to a accommodations, climate, health and s news service covers the en-
Th ,r an d nt op attracts f the state, and in many gl. Its newssere covers th een
;.na z,- th,- IT,1rnati,,nal mititay' law. t! tire gl-be, and it reports everything
instances the question of good roads
Io ubt.g t hat th ,inenrrisbrought up. as the parties have their fully, promptly and accurately. It is
t he ,, talking at ut dd brouh the only n-wsaper. not a daily, which
..,-i.l '- f,,.rh TO tarlify tu item.; au'it,, w'hi'h thth wiish to bring along is as good as a daily, and which will
T,, .- anr use .re .r:. i ,n' x.--i.n rmed o ite "


'. .' 'r ; *1 n-rre- l i I 'III An n *j-r ,
',- lat re-'eiv'-. t,-'iine him t,, report
h4 th, ;roi'?,, M,onda night for in- j
- ; -,'t ii. n !
IMMENSE STOCKS
S i- ji-qu --tii,nal,- if O d-a;a mer-
S,;,- ,--.-r arrived such stocks
'.. c'.-.'i- a ;',.. '..ii;, have- thi- fall and
v, rTr-r Th- r a rnmore different bus-
, -..,--t.. h r ;in- the6 s,,ckk!- will b
c. .re"' ai1 t.e: i' than -\ er before.

"r PR F. Yonge has had a sub-
unttiai raulanized iron awning placed
.,:.,ng the frnt of his building. the
V Y.,eI Bll'. k Mr. T H I Wallis has
a .t- put an ax'nins' along the front of


a:nd rh-rti-r e improved and repaired
The big woi.oden building ,owned by him
,,n Fxio.sit in street and formerly co-
ipiel v Iy p."ak's Wagon Works. The
hi'ldirti: are- ,-cupie-d ione by Osfcar
J.-.hion'-.,n I' stalled business and
I 'e. Pthe! ty sma4ll u sire-s and a res-


-o4lt B*IU*a'" Arre am.;-
'Tbomsa H. Benton was a most re-
markalhle tman. said the late Colonel
iw!itter. -, n 5some rev-rt tbe most
remanm-able I have ever known. but he
*-ould uot begin a career at this time.
Tbe people would not tolerate him. He
would impress even a stranger by his
appearance. He walked as if be owned
the earth. With head raised at an angle
of 4 degrees amd hands behind his
hac'k he amuid stalk with measured
tiead down tho Street. looking neither to
the right i 'oi to, the 1 ft. p-,gniz.ug no
now. If be had an allointment to speak
at 2 o'-'-lk. promptly at 2 o'clock he
would arrive. He would tcome in his
marriagee tnattendle. Hle v, would permit
ni one to introduce him, but. passing
through the crowd. he would make his
war to the rostrum and begin. *Citi-
zen" Nevere did be say 'Fellow citi-
ens.' Thole tb-fore him were no fel-
laws of his. And when be bad conclud-
ed he would make his way lac-k to the
botel w!th,.ut iwrsonaily addressing a
poul in the audience. No one dated in-
lerrupt him in bis speech. lie refused
to reoguize the right of any (-onstitu-
ent to10 ask hu ihow he st-od on any
uh.ie-t "'- HOw Mark Air 0e Have.
Onie hundred and thiriv-one miles is
the height of tt antmonlpbere as meas-
ur-dl lv Professor T. J. .. See. who
de'-ruinn*es the thickness of the air
enDelope lIy noting tie differ*Mnq*e be-
Iw.eu the i:we 'of sunst and the com-
pi-te -li apN.-;ir-n "e (,f bhie from tihe
Lky. The morn-.it st which the blup
-ha.1ng'- iitl tack can be obered
,uite eaxo.y wliti alproximatte (er-
a.utvn hy tbe tmkedl eye wheu tCe
tiir is clear. and by trigonometry
nIy' be a<-'rtained the distance below
the horizon of the sun at the moment
of change. By this means may be cal-
culated the height of the smal!eist illu-
miuateld particles of oxygen a'il nitro-
gien which .ve to the s-ky its bluenes-s
of tint by the refleition of the smallest
wave lernths of the .man's light. The
instant of Chance from 1iluw to black
is powitly a little difficult of exact
obrervati-on, but the n:ethod is not more
doubtful than that lIased on the ob-
P eratlon of shooting stars. The shoot-
iug star mu-tbodl gives a result not


whatiou s happe throughot the NVotice is hereby given that we. the
APPRECIATES THE STAR wht is happening throughout theundersigned, four weeks after the first
worlE Tpublication of this notice. will apply to
The Thrice-a-Week World is fair in the Governor of the State of Florida
Estero. Fla., Sept. 26. its political reports. You can get the for Leters Patent under the following
Editor Star-I have just received a truth from its columns, whether you proposed Charter:
copy of the Ocala Weekly Star. and are republican or democrat, and that S. A. RAWLS,
find it a very newsy paper. You may is what you want. R. S. HALL.
continue sending it to my address. We A special feature of the Thrice-a- E. L. MALONEY.
are having our equinox-wintly. squal- Week World has always been its se- Copy of Proposed Charter of S. A.
ly and gusty-for the past three days, rial fiction. It publishes novels by the Rawlis Company.
and no signs of clearing. Citrus trees best authors in the world, novels which We, the undersigned, hereby isso-
in this section are simply looking fine. in book form sell for $1.50 apiece, and c.ate ourselves together for the pur-
Mr K. A. Leitner returned from New its high standard in this respect will pose of becoming incorporated under
York a few days since with his charm- be maintained in the future as in the the Laws of Florida. applicable to
ing bride and we are all glad to wel- past. corporations for profit.
come them here. W. S. Popple. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S ARTICLE I.
regular subscription price is only $1 Name and Offices.
FAIRFIELD per year. and this p'ay for 1-., papers. The name of this corporation hall
We offer this unequalled newspaper; b( the S. A. Rawls Company. and its


Another mad dog came through here and the Ocala Weekly Star together
last week and hit several dogs. but it for 31-50.
;has been killed. The regular subscription price ,if
A crowd of railroad men. with Su- the two papers is $2.
Superintendent J. B. Cutler. came down
from Gainesville Sunday on an extra
to look after the great work that is A I
being done here on the Gainesville and C I I
Gulf Railroad. For IA an*d ChielL
Mr. Eugene Woods is here again
with Malsby and Walker. Ia B g
Mr. E. L. Anderson has gone to At-
lanta to visit his wife and mother. s the
Mrs. Swails of Gainesville came
dow n last week to visit her son. Gro- Signature of
i ver
I Mr. W. L. Godwin and little son
have been on the sick list recently. HORSES AND MULES
SLittle Aldimn Jones is very ill.
Miss Florrie Jennings was very sick You will always find at J. R. .far-
*last week with chills and fever. Dr. j tin & Co's. exchange stables In Oala.
I iavi f Irvine a attended her. and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta-
alissEdna.attedhohabeer.I ntion as good mutes and horses as can
Miss Edna Gatrell. who has been in be found in Florida. For quality the
Jacksonville for some time, is at home prices are reasonable. No trouble to
again, show animals. When in need call on
Mrs. Gussie Crouch and Mrs. Allie Hugh Nichols, proprietor, Ocala or
Burch went to McIntosh last week. Wildwood, Fla.
Misses Iessie and Lillie Mathews.
with their brother. Willie. attended an Cured Hay Pever and Summer Cold
ice cream supper at Reddick last Fri-
day night Miss Bessie Carter at- A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville. Indiana,
tend also. Dickey. writes: "Last year I suffered for three
tended alo. ckey. months with a summer cold so dis-
tiessing that it interfered with my
AN INSIDIOUS DANGER business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pres-
One of the worst features of kid- cription did not reach my case. and I
.ey trouble is that it is an insidious took several medicines which seemed
disease and before the victim realizes to only aggravate my case. Fortunate-
his danger he may have a fatal ma- ly I insisted upon having Foley's Hon-
I l dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at ey and Tar in the yellow package, and
the- first sign of trouble as It corrects it quickly cured me. My wife has
irregularities and prevents Bright's since used Foley's Honey and Tar with
disease and diabetes. Sold by all the same success." Sold by all dealers.
dealers.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING
GINNING AND BUYING COTTON YOU WISH TO SELL?
Will buy or gin cotton. Highest If so. send an advertisement to the
ma-ket price paid for the same. Thrice-a-Week World. to be inserted
J. W. Fant, Morriston, Fla. in the "Readers' Exchange" columns.
The rate is cheap and the result is
WAS A VERY SICK BOY good. If you have a farm for sale.
But Cured by Chamberain's Choi, or a patent, or a business to dispose
of. or any of 1000 things that might be
Cholera and Diarrhoa Remedy sold or exchanged at a profit, put the
j"When my boy was two years old offer before the readers of the Thrice-
he had a very severe attack of bowel a-Week World. Twenty-eight worls,
complaint, but by the use of Chamber- $1. Write fr particulars to the World,
lain's Colic. Cholera nd Diarrhoea New York.
Remedy we brought him out all right"
says Maggie Hickox. of Midland, Mich.
This remedy can be depended upon in OF INTEikbT 'iu MANY
the most seere coses. Even cholera
infantum is cured by It. Follow the Foley's Kidney Cure will eumr any
plain printed directions and a cure is case of kidney or bladd-r trouble that
c-rtain. For sale by all druggists. is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. Sold by
all dealers.
FOR SALE
A splendid family horse, cheap for Have you seen our new line of beau-
cash. Address this office, tiful desks for ladies? We would take
it as a favor if you would let us show


A bath cleanses the skin and rids
the pores of refuse. A bath makes for
better fellowship and cilieznship. Not


them to you. Ocala Furniture Co.


WEATHER FORECAST


I principal place of business shall be in,
Ocala, Marion County, Florida: but it
may establish offices and agenck:-" in:
any other place or places in fir out ,,f
the State of Florida.
ARTICLE II.
Business.
The general nature -f the business
to be transacted is:
1. To purchase, lease and enter into'
contracts tfr the acquisition of lands,
to hold. use and -enjov all kinds if real
and personal property; to sell. ctmnvey;
and mortgage the same. and to make;
Contracts in reference to the same;
*2 Tot .t-l >nd operate la nds fo rV


I


i BAILEY'S FOES CANNOT AGREE

'Unable to Settle Upon Man to Make
the Seatorial Race
Dallas Tex.. Sept. 2 --The oppo-
nents of United States Senator Bailey
have so- far been unable to settle upon
any candidate to put against him be- 1
fore the l,-Tis.ature in January next.I
Former Attorney General M. M. Crane
of Dallas. forme-r United States Sena-
tor Ho"ace Chilton. also of -Dalb+. and
i Ra ro-ad C',mmissioner 0. BF R*'louittL
t ,f Terre-i. are mentim,-in. None of
Sthe has indi. att-.i a rn :inrne- to
o--,ntrsT wi'h Brxily.

"THE SADDEST PLACE
IN NEW wORK"

Havp you ev-r w%'k r.-r-rtd here it i-
In the midst of !Le -aress and .!ad-
ness of a great -ity :' '-- .!a:..s is a
SFaddiest rla,. 4 ,f a`!. at ;t is lescrib-
t-d in Next Sunday's W.;ri.. The same
interesting number will riv*- l.-- t per-
s:rnal story of how th -eatest .fi
high divers dived fron'. Brokl!yn .
Bridge. tr will describe v,"ture
1in "Trying to be Arr- Nw
York." It will tell 71 f .-riou F
S;e-w fashion in dogs, and 1 no-
man's exrperienee in a t.rritl da.sh
over the Vanderbilt Cu' c.'us. In
(other words. next Sun.lay's w'! be a
remarkable number of the \%'-rld. Or-
Sder it early.

DID NOT CARE '
TO SPEAK TOO SOON

It is now generally conc-eded b.y T eo-
ple who kn,,w that the "El Tr opico
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
Sno difference: it is the quality of the
tobacco that make- a good smoke, and
not the name of the town on the box
that constitutes a good cigar. Notice
the "'green band" and take no substi-
tute. or one that is offered you just
as good." as there are none.
I Our "Milo Deyo" nickel cigar (red
*I band) and "Grand Royal" ten and fif-
| teen cent goods (blue band) nee3 no
further introduction, having been
smoked for years by the best people
t and pronounced "the best" for the
- price.
Above brands are on sale at first
t class cigar stands.
El Tropico Cigar Factory.
-* Ocala, Fla.

s NOTICE OF APPLICATION
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Sfhe Largest Stock of Light aMdl Bt


HARWARE, SAS, m I

BLINDS, FN&E, MlIL !A


MINERS' sPuPES, Pim

OILS, ETL. ETs.

a --" ~Carried In Central Fkworida.
We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Alo.


MARION


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a:. I o n a oAato
farming and cattle raising: I CHILD CONVICTED OF KILLINq
3. To purchase. hold, u.e andI en- ----I I I I
joy any and all kinds .of hoses in a"c- Boy of Eight Will Receive a Man's
ti,'n and contractual rights or piriv- Sentence i w Court
4. To execute any anl all dc.. Albia. Ia.. S,pt. 2S.-Oscar Nipier.
leases or obligations necessary. rea- a l h been found guilty of man- (INCORPORATED)
s(nable Or requisite fPr carrying out ," ".
the purposes o(f this corporatin. luh--lit-r in the district court. The
i Iowa juvenile law does not cover mur- *
ARTICLE III. der cases, and the boy will be sentenc-
Capital Stock. ed this week just as if he were a man. R-.I
The amount of the capital stock of: The crime of which he was found guil- FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
this corporation shall twelve th.,us- I tv wa the killing of a playmate of 7'
and dollars. ($12,000'. .ided into 120 youngest defendant RAPSCARRYALLS,
shares of the par value ,f one hundred yearsI le i s the youngest defendant TRAPS, CARR ALLS,
dollars ($100) each, all of which said ,n this charge ever tried in the state. SADDLE HORS ES W "
authorized capital stock shall be ray-
able in .cl by the A LESSONINHEALTH VEHICLES FAST
b,,ard of Directors. FINE VEUAHICLE FASTHOPS=,-
ARTICLE I Healthy kidneys filter the impurl-
Term. ties fronthe blood, and unless they do HORSES AND MUI.ES FOR SALE
The term for which thi: this good health is impossible. Foley's HORSES BOARDED BY THE MON TH'=
h x n -Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys andI At
shall exist is ninety-nine -.rs. i sitively cure all forms of kid- A O "
ARTICLE V. n,*y an I bladder diseases. It strength- .- I
Officers. ens the whole system. Sold by all.
The business of this c.,r'lpon.Tion deaiers.
shall be conducted by a PIrvsi',len. a L ACKIN IN OBSERVATION
Vice President. a Sclretary and Treas- LACKING IN OBSERVATION K & L A N G
urer. and a Board of Directors consist-IT e u Tie & M9
ing of not less than three (3) persons_ The eminent Viennese surgeon. Te-
nor more than five (), to be elected odor Billroth, began one of his lec- A
at the annual meeting of the stock- tures by telling his students that a l S ssrs to S. A A.
holders to be held on the second Tues- doctor needed, above all things, two
day in December. A. D. 1906, and an- gifts: he must be free from all dispo-, W oIo
nually thereafter on the second Tue- sitin toward nausea and he mus. be A ll Stock of Wagns, Carriages, Bugglm, M
day in December in each year; provid-ob r w u h
d t hinof Prea dent and: good observer. "I want you to show Saddlery and'all the Accompanying ne ,
Treasurer may be held by one and the m rht away." he added, "whether.
-arnm. stow-khlder. or the offices of you can meet these demands." Ile H AVY FARM AND TURPENTINE W M
Secretary and Treasurerl may be held then poured a nauseous fluid into a
i.C one and the same stockholder. glass, dipped one of his fingers inta .
The f,.dl,.wing named officers shall jit and licked it off: whereupon he in- Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpm -.
Iconiuct ihe business of this corpor- it, th students to follow his ex- ine Wag n. Prm A nation
S until those elected at the fit ale. They did so without flinching. r
annual meeting shall ualif': With a broad grin, the surgeon looked K U HJT A AN
re Prent. SntA. RA S at them and said: -You have stood KNIG T & LANG .
Secretary ant Treas.urer. E. L. MA- the first test brilliantly. Not so the OCALA
1.ONEY. second. for none of you observed that OCALA . ... .
Board of Directors,. S. A. RAWLS I dipped my first finger into the glass -,
SHA LL. E. L. MALONEY. but I licked the second."
ARTICLE VI.A
Indebtedness. NO CASE Of n. -I_ I I11A
The. hl-hest amount of Indebtedness There is no case on record of a C l IN E
to which this corporation shall at any cough ,,r cold resulting In pneumonia
titne subject itself "is twenty-four |or consumption after Foley's Honey
th,,usand dollars ($24.006p. iand Tar has been taken, as it will THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
ARTICLE VII. j-top your oughh and break up your "
Subscribers. i. :, quickly. Refuse any but the gen- ONNIECTIONs-
The names and lla'es if r,.-idl, ne uir:e Foley's Honey and Tar in a yellow ----tn- -
The nmes n plae f r e kage. Contains no opiates and TO THE Over Its own rafts to 9avanzhN Crtakf *
. ... e tr ..i.rs toe -ih1. 1 ,. f'r safe and sure. Sold by all dealers FAST ..A W. ..s th...-- .t w*i a .i iI


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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 190


SCHOOL DAYS ARE NEAR AT HAND


Rheinauers'


Are

Prepared

To Fill

Your

Wants.


For Boy's School Shoes.
For Boy's School Suits-
For Boy's School Pants.
For Boy's School Caps.
For Boy's School Waists.
For Boi's School Blouaes.
For Boy's Pony Hose.
For Girl's School Shoes.
For Girl's School Caps.
Fcr Girl's School Hos,?.


For 200 Pieces Zephyr Ginghams

I in Neat Effect, Checks and Plaids,

S0Oc. Fast Color Percales, I Oc.



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FURNITT


It's a little early, but our

arriving daily, and we are in


save you money.


All we


minutes of your valuable t

you through our stock.


OCALIOCAuxKME


131ES


B. K. *,f A. meet this evening.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Kodak time. We have everything in
the line. The Postofflce Drugstore.
Sunny Jim Robinson was in the city
today.
Vest and coat pocket electric lights;
bottom prices. Young & Cline.
Mr. W. D. Tompkins is out again,


HOWS THIS?
We .-fter One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure'.
j F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned, have known F.
Chiney for the last 15 years and be-
Slieve him perfectly honorable in all
husinc.ss transactions and financially
ab'e to carry out any obligations made
b] his firm.
Walking. Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholes*-ie Druggists. Toledo, 0.
Hall's Cat-'rrh Cure is taken Inter-
nally, acti-g directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation.


after a week's illness.
Dr. E. Van Hood and Miss Bessye
Office supplies of all kinds, ana Porter arrived yesterday afternoon
blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News from Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Miss
Corn pany. Bessye has been for the past three
months with her sister, Mrs. W. A.
Miss Sara Agnew has returned to, Collier. and where the doctor stopped
her home in Jacksonville. over for a week on his way from New
York City. When Mrs. Hood returns
Don't fall to try the new fancy from Tuscaloosa, Miss Bessye will go
drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly on to Tampa.
Drugstore.
Mr. T. E. Paterson of Jacksonville
Judge Joseph Bell has returned to of the contracting and building firm
the city. of Doling and Patterson, has charge of
the construction of the Delouest build-
SWe are headquarters for school ing, and is getting the concrete foun-
' -ooks and school supplies of all kinds. dations made. The building will be
Ocala News Co. 100 feet and 4 inches long, 34 feet
wide and two stories high, solid brick.
Mr. Walter Ray of Leroy was in the The front of the old frame store
city today. building, that was torn down to make
room for the new Delouest building,
Have you Catarrh? See W. L. Ditto now rears its undaunted, though aged
for free sample of Dr. Blosser'a Ca- face. on West Exposition steret, where
taush Cure, and get welL I it constitutes the front of a neat little
Sfram,- store. which has been built and
P. H. Reynolds of Toledo is a guest st, ked with groceries in the past few
of the Ocala House. days.


rB You cart get the Atlanta Journal ev-
R Z ery day and Sunday at Allan Bridges'
Snews stand for lz cents a week.
A. B. Hodge of Washington. D. C.,
is a guest of the Ocala House.
A coupon with every 10 cent pur-
fall stock is chase- at t* Ocala News Co.. that
li Stock IS ,puts you in line for a piece of hand-
I painted china.
a POSition to J. K. McDonald of Athens. Ga.. Is at
ask f the Ocala House.
Ws Rat wheat, 10 cents. will surely kill
ime to show I mice and rats. All other kinds kept
in stock also. Tydings & Co.. phone
No. 30.
Dr. B. F. Lisk of Grahamville is a
S- guest. of the Montezuma.


A special bargain in box paper for
A FEW LEADERS the month of September-Whiting's-
at 35. 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co.,
IronBeds, $250 up phone No. 30.
.ro S. S. Boynton of Orange Lake is a
S ^guest of the Montezuma-
Sideboards, $ 1.50 up. I FOR RENT-The first floor of a
grod residence in the second ward;
C hi a Cl osets, $15 and p. city and well water. Apply at this
China Closets, $ 5 and p U* office.
Mr. J. A. Davis of Orlando was at
the Montezuma last night.
A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
hogany'music cabinets, in the newest
3 FN I designs, on display at Mclver & Mac-
Kay's.
L. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS. S. H. Happersett of Jacksonville is
............. among the recent arrivals at the Mon-
tezuma.
A NEW LODGE
The n If you want a phonograph, absolute-
Theh ,ottomlayer J ti,. m1`1>'ers of the lodge of ly free, read the Star's free phono-
f a b :. -iiv ,,! n Kniihts of America, which graph offer, and supply your home
o0f a bo 0x of lrSt. F, ,e- F'o\lr has been form- with one.
r thi- k,, k. will mr.et at Yonge's Col. R. F. Rogers was in the city
I. f I 9 l ,ck this evening to or-
P -n ". ...... ,yesterday and today. Colonel Rogers


S," ,delicious morsds
: ..: .a d surprises


IT W. TROXLER.


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NICKELU-A-FOOT

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: !!,'. 'charterii Iinel uer always lias
r'.;a1 ,:1.v;ni:>ee in a lodge, so none
I.' .- -!li-tel sh,'uldl fail to attend.
'I', Rt:NT-O ne of the best locat-
* a ii mist cr<\-ve-nient cottages in the
*,"i n, ard. House has five rooms,
iand 1 b:ithrmin; large yard. stable
.i \ ..'.!. hu>e Apply at this office.
STOP IT!
A n,.-l.-. :*d c',ugh or cold may lead
a i,, tr', n h'thial or lung troubles.
,,,i*,t t:k- !..tnctes when Foley's Hon-
*y ani TLir afford perfect security
, IlP ?s.-i,,us effects of a cold. Sold
! all l alers.
T.:- -S. l'.-t,.r'hurg Timni-s and Sub-
I'. n;n ir have cons,,liaiated.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Act*
on Nature's Plan
T. mt,1t suc'4 stiui medicines are
".,.. hIIat aim nature. Chamberlain's
, *.u '.c l:.'paealy ni'ts ,on this plan. Take
' \h..n \.ou have a coldl and it will
"' h, ', ,ugh. relieve the lungs, aid
Sx',,, t i,.. '., n the Qecretions and
.. i storing the system to
'y ,'.litin. Thousands have
S .- .1 i its ) ulp excellence. It
r.. :r ; \ tL..,. ry of a cold to
:,* : I Tl-.iu! n nia. Price 25 cents.
l.I'" -' .z, 5,, cMn's. For sale by all
*'.:>2 t~?


.1 iLt,.\ian. a wel known
.t ... -.. A i f l hliMsa. and
M' \V I'.-,n .M l.-'Afoochlee. anl-
,,* ', i \ il -tv' *,,i,-rai<"r. Vw ere
-M .A I: ,I ;." ,M ZtIz I la t night.
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Th i:.- ~h:i! s'ani1 to- its crdit
:i< 1;.; klTins Arnicafa aI' a scien-
:: \n r. It cured E. R. Mulford,
.ur r ;- 'at'rfns of Husbandry,
\ n-i\ .---' :. a. ,-f a dlistressing case
i" : It l:.als Ilh worst burns.
-. Iis. ulct.rs. cuis. pounds chil-
', a' i* s i r tIn Only 2 at
"">i ..',-~= '>> <',,s drt-. 'ti're.


went to Tampa this afternoon, on bus-
iness connected with the Marion coun-
ty exhibit at the State Fair.
Some rare bargains in Haviland
china at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mrs. James Badger returned yester-
day afternoon from a visit to the
mountains.
Try the Victor, single cone, steel
tempered springs, fully guaranteed to
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Mrs. Alien Munroe and daughter,
Miss Abbie, will arrive home tonight
or tomorrow from Asheville, N. C..
where they have been spending the
past two months.


Our people are great smokers, Many
take kindly and even affectionately, to
a meerschaum pipe, and pride them-
selves in having a nice one. If you
saw the great variety of these beauti-
ful pipes at Peyser's you would real-
ize that young and old cherished thew
an.d longed for them. or he would not
keep the assortment he does.
Dr. W. H. Powers and Mr. H. C.
Jones are expected home this after-
noon or tonight from their trip to the
Lemon Bay orange grove.
The old time, out of date, genuine
stuff-"X-Senator." Look for this
brand when you feel like "'Havana ci-
gare are not what they used to be."
Mr. J B. Niorman. Jr., of No'rman
Park, Ca., one of the best known
and most successful naval stores op-
, erators in the South. is in the city, a
I guest of the Ocala House.
We want your prescription trade.
We give the best service possible. Pure
drugs. competent prescriptionlsts, fair
prices andi prompt delivery. Please
send or bring your trade to Tydings
& Co., phone 30.


,'A T '.. ,, ly ,,f this Mr. J. W Jackson. of Kalon. who
... .. ,,> r,'l,.t fbut Ho rs ret-entlv sold out his turpentine bus-
., .. Hs, f
;n l., that iness there, is in the city.
":--'. r"wn'.f ;irnd fat. an,1 that
S. Bamboo and grass screens, work
be oxs. nat and skirt boxes, etc.. the
l piettie:.t of the new furniture novel-
V,-. .... -:~.,n i.n .l.m t, blws tes. o be had only at Mclver & Mac-
* *: :: ; :.- N '.: .atched. it is Kay's.
S .. -. :. hbut if the mar.n
'- r f it will use De- B L McMahan of Blitchton. hlas


A little daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George McKean this
morning at 1 o'clock. The little lady
weighed 13 pounds. Mother and baby
are doing well. Dr. Walter Hood was
the attending physician. It is a toss
up who is the proudest today, Papa
McKean or Grandpa Willie Bullock.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gates and son re-
turned last night from Rhode Island.
where they have been spending the
summer. Mr. Gates went out to Den-
ver two weeks ago and spent ten days
there, returned East and joined his
family in Washington, and they re-
turned together.
Col. 0. T. Green and family return-
ed yesterday afternoon on the Sea-
board from Maine, where they have
been spending the summer most de-
lightfully.
Mrs. Godfrey Moyer and two chil-
dren returned yesterday from North
Carolina. where they have been spend-
ing some time. Mr. and Mrs. Moyer
will reside in Ocala in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder return-
ed yesterday afternoon from incin-
nati. where they have been spending
several weeks. Mr. Holder's new res-
idence, the handsomest and best in
the city, will soon be ready for occu-
pancy.


EYE
USEI


AND ABUSE

Those tired eyes of yours
will stand lots of abuse, yet
there is a limit to their pa-
tience and their power.
You may worry along for
quite a while, but there will
come a time when you will
regret your present indiffer-
ence.
I will give you eye advice
and ease at moderate cost.
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Optical Parlors Upstairs in
Gary Building, Ocala, Fia.


HOW IS IT DONE?


It would seem'
to be done by
magic. The
human voice
coming from a
wooden box,
with all its well
known tones,
and its music.
The

PHONOGRAPH
is now too well
known to need
description but
the pleasure of
possessing one
is not known


York City.
C. J. Rogers of Palatka is a guest of
the Ocala House.
There were twenty-six arrivals at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Two passenger lawn swings, only
$3.90, and you'd better come quick if
you want one, for they won't last at
Ftis price. Ocala Furniture Company.
Mr. George Wray, the tuner from
Daytona. is in the city for a few days.
Mrs. John Pasteur returned yester-
day afternoon from a visit of a month
to the mountains.
Col. R. L. Anderson returned yester-
day afternoon from a brief visit to
Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen and chil-
dren returned yesterday afternoon
from the mountains, where Mr. Cullen
spent a few days and where his family
have been spending the summer.


Sto everVyon ,% Mfr. J. S. Driggers. who has been
We sell the Ed- with the Boston Store for several
i son PhonO- years, went to Starke today to take
graph. Fulla- charge of the branch store.
osortment of Mr. A. P. Stuckey of this city Is
president of the Tampa Artificial
records always on hand, Your Stone Manufacturing Company, capi-
leisure hours can be made talized at $25,000.
very instructive and enter Mr. Baxter Carn has moved into the
tainin. g with a Phonograph. home which he recently purchased in
0 the first ward.


b H. 9JTrCH rumo*W


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COMMERCIAL L
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LOOKS LIKE OLDEN TIMES
The building in progress about the
courthouse square reminds one of the
olden times when the city was being
built up after the great fire of over
20 years ago.
WILL CLOSE SATURDAY
Our store will be closed from sun-
down Friday until sundown Saturday
of this week, on account of Jewish
Day of Atonement, Tom Kippur.
Rheinauer & Co.
THE MAN WITH A HANDICAP
Dr. W. C. LJndsay will preach as his
farewell sermon at the presbyterian
church Sunday morning on the sub-
ject. "The Man With the Handitap."
All are cordially Invited to come out
and hear him.
HORSES AND MULES FOR SAL.-
We have at the livery stables of W.
D. Tompkins a One lot of horses and
mules, of different sizes and prices,
mostly Kentucky and Tennessee stock.
We will be pleased to show the stock
to you at any time. and will guaran-
tee you good animals at moderate
prices. Nichols & Tompkins, North
Side of Square.
CAR OF PONIES
We have for sale a carload of West-
ern mare ponies. Good, serviceable
animals, and at a reasonable price.
Marion Farms Stables.
Mrs. J. M. Meffert and children, who
have been spending the past three
months at Daytona Beach, arrived
home yesterday afternoon, and are
boarding at the Montezuma Hotel un-
til the repairs and additions to their
Handsome residence can be completed.
Messrs. Jack Wilson and Vollle
Keating returned this morning from
a business trip to Dunnellon.
Mr. W. C. O'Bannon of Dunnellon
was in the city today.
Hon. A. P. Baskin and Mrs. Baskin
of Anthony. came up this morning
from a visit to their son. Dr. J. G. Bas-
kin, at Dunnellon.
Mr. Robert Mathews, superintend-
ent of the Ocala Steam Laundry, is
out and attending to business, after a
wrestle with fever.
Pains across the small of th4 back
indicate something wrong with the
kidneys. DeWitt's Kidney and Blad-
der Pills will quickly bring relief. A
week's treatment for 25 cents. Act on
the liver, too. Sold by the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drugstore.

Mrs. S. C. Stone and daughter. Miss
Fannie Stone have returned from
a most delightful visit of three months
to Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and
Atlanta. While at the latter place
they had the pleasure of hearing the
Hon. William Jennings Bryan.
Mrs. J. Spencer Stone and two
children arrived yesterday from Chatt-
anooga and will spend the winter with
Mrs. C. H. Dame. Mrs. Stone's daugh-
ter. Thelma, will attend school here.
In these days of rush and hurry
courtesy is often forgotten. In the
mad, pell mell rush of our life little
things are done to offend that we
rather remained undone. A hastily
eaten meal and its resultant headache
may cause us social or financial loss.
The wise man or woman is the one
who relieves little Ills of this sort by
a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia.
It digests what you eat, and puts your
stomach back into shape. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Palmer's Lotion Soap for eruptions
and skin diseases at the Postoffice
Drugstore.
Mr. J. L. Lilly. formerly of J.ack-
sonville, a well known traveling man,
and one of the army of that fraternity,
who now makes Ocala his home. is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Handelsman and
little daughter, Simmie. will leave Sun-
day for New York, where they will
buy the big fall and winter stock of
goods for the Boston Store of this city
and their branch store at Starke.
Mr. Marcus Frank will shortly re-
turn from his purchasing trip to New


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The Star has the pleasure of annoying that It has
Just completed a special agreement -with the Edoft A..
Denham Co., of London, Berlin and New York, u M
which for a Limited Time Only, the Star is enabled to pe
sent to its subscribers a $7 Denham Phograph with
nickeled brass horn, complete, as shown in the flnOM
This offer is made to new subscribers as well as atold


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If you are already a subscriber, renew your su rip[ *
for two months, and receive without charge the
entitling you to the Phonograph.
The Phonograph may be seen at the store of the Ow .
F iture Compaav, the well known Phonogrsp dl "' a g
of this city. 7
When you sign the subscription form you re0Iiee
Phonograph Certificate. Present this .cerda. at Ib. -
Ocala F Hwere Comjma-a1 store and they will n toh /
Phonograph to you, you agreeing to bay at yeo a '
ience a few records to play on the machine. Yoa g& ..a
records at any rate, and the Ocals F
a complete and up-to-date stock of the bet
records at the regular price, i. e., 25c. for -i W-- -
and 35c. for Edison records. Th
plays both kinds. You only have to ais teabuy 16
words. And you need not buy them fat tiDe one a W,,.
if you don't want to.
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bargains in Seasosaml DMy

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OCDLA Ekk ;iilr s Vr F.i FUAY, SEPTEMBER ,2L190


aCRISS ITN CUki O omaton Today
CRISIS 11Cand Yor Cure BegiToday


MONTEZUMA


;if the Government Leaders Do Not
Act Fairly. Americans Will Take
Control at Once

!%';.i!-it of t *'l-! ;i'f n t f h

un.r-. ah.-.ithe Arner;-.tr.
ika-t nght. SFe-r#&ari(-'- T.ift un-I .ic

* trmith,-nt %,ert- .i( tir gurfftir,.. .Kat
* h.-\ iha~ -, n.-. iA lt 'rnl:t a st,-!
.me- uzce-t.-1 in the ;r4-a~*!5
'~avTaft toi Presider.: ..m
Th,,!con-.!ris--nvi-s ft-", ~a
&f'a the -'uban '.-ngre_s -t..-iy. am! tht-
sr.-rraking prepiaratib-ns t., takv h-'.!
-if thc- rein'- :h-n. if r~te L~r-u%
c ap,. couiei, (-f the 1lattit h-lai pL- -a
istana. !r. t-*'rnrand tof t ha Aint-rc.t n


lr-,n. :r.. m- ea~lv to !,in.i t *

for --- i'. re;uir-A.- ecre~tarv Ti:J
>.v I- elz~tS. aI av in, Fbiridai. Up-to-Date i. &~ ae. at h
an(' t PlentyrntttoukEati I.
W-in-UU.,Wl t~hi\e i-res.i,!n v ,,hjch eakt- tr
s~lI I~IXN P OPLII~I~l.rr~'W:aim him-elf govervnor. T-
JS 11331A N R&-RL E T R -imwti.on hTaft of ft,_- - 'r n*--h


0NIST

IERE AGAIN
October 31st the MISSOURI PA.
UNTAIN ROUTE will sell cheap
k. OREGON and NORTHWEST.
IFORNIA. One through SAINT
COLORADO and SALT LAKE
and EL PASO. TEXAS.
(s on Califormna Tickets and ten


will tbe in his caaT iti;y a .se r-.-ar.ty 'f
Swar and not as it t-arte a nutn's,. n-r.
The- ocCtuplti'o,; .f ICu'la i oul *
f..r a t ri-dd < ring the- h,,'Iinz .f the-
new g,-neta -.-n tions and'. the -ta',-
4l sh, ne;t ,,t" '.-x g\ '.," r n'; -i.t a
ti: 'n ,a,-'i-

IF IT'S A REPUTATION
y-~u are after. White's Cream Ver-
mifuge has a world wide reputation
; as th.- best ,,f all worm destroyers.
and for its tonic influence on weak
and unthrifty children. It improves
their digestion and assimilation of
their food. strengthens their nervous
system and restores them to health
and vipgr natural to a child. If you
Swant a healthy, happy child gFt a
it'ottle of White's Cream Vermifuge.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


best Nor
The Bawels






P'ews-'it.Pa stable. Pcterat.TaieGnod. Do Gcwd
I ~ erSc pWpat-n lr'rUjpe.Cc 2:.-c. Skc \ret
sa. in tar l~ 'The rrnr *tabet sta-rpt4 CCI.
baaaranteec. to e..ae or ya.Lr m..4ny bj~A.
Stew tung Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. W
INUDAL SALL .TENUhILUIfE MSIt-.~- ------ -


SEABOARD AIR LINE
sts Sleeping Cars every day. E SPECIAL RATES

SE XCURSIONS $11.95 Atlanta. Ga., and return. Tick-
AHOMA. LOUISIANA. INDIAN ets fn sale Sept. 29th and 30th, with
final limit 0,t. 7th. Extension avail-
IND MEXICO. able to Oct. 22.
be Allowed on T $11.95 Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tick- i
Adlow d on I e ets on salt Oct. 9'h and 10th. with
ill be So'd on final init Oct. 29th. Extension avail-
onw able t,) Oct. 301h. 1;
$23.75 Richmond. Va., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st.
TOPOVERS with final limit Oct. Sth.
$20.70 Memphis. Tenn., and return.
I Tickets on sale Oct. 15th, 16th. 17th
est. and 1Ith. with final limit Oct. ?0th.
Extension available to Nov. 30th.
REHLANDER. $21.15 New Orleans. La.. and return
avel.ng Passenger Agent. i Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 1lth. in-
Chattanooga. Tenn. elusive. with final limit Ot. 32th.
Ex-tension available to Nov. ,Oth.
$34.45 Rock Island. III.. and return.
Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and t.h.
N ith final limit Oct. 16th
$34.40 Dallas. Texas. and return. Tick-
e:s o,.- sale Oct. 6th. with final limit
kTWA -A T X 2l' days fr 'in date -if sal.-.
W A A INN $11.95 Atlanta. Ga anri return Tick-
e:s on sale Oc t. 19th. 2,th. 21st anti
22nd. with final limit Oct. 'th Ex-
A Pleasant, Homel&eHoSe tu--nsi,,n available t Na.-y. 15th.
For further infOrmation and Pull-
man reservations, call city ti. k,-t ofice.
Elegant, Airy Roos and th telephone 129.

very Choicest Table BoardI LOW ROUND" T-rp
EXCURSION RATES
Special Rates in Srmmen r, to
Via the Atlantic Coast Line


Weedky and Monthy Boa $11.95. Atlanta. Ga. Rate of one fa-e
plus 2'5 cents. Tickets on sale Octo-
ftS. ber 9 and is*. final limit. October 2:'.
Extension of limit to October Z0
MRS. HATCHFT 1 ,,ma" be obtained.
$115.9 Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare
ropretress lus 2., cents. Tickets on sale lc-,
tober 19. 2'. 21 ar.d .22. final limit Itc-
OCALA LORIDA tober 3'). Extension of limit to No-
Semb-er I.- may be obtained.
S$15.10. Birmingham. Ala. One fare
,!us 25- cenI.'. Tickpis ,n s-ae .',:-
tober 14 and 1F ,inil linit lber
"1J. Ext.-JS.-:. t, N-.r.-vnber 21 n-ay
Ibe obtained.
WC AY $37.40. Dallas. Texas. RIte -..f .--ne far
CHYEAP ON WAY plus 32. Ti,.k.ts ,*n .ale Octaaber 1
and 7. with final limit 21 days from
S TO3 'date of sale.
S TO $20.95. Memphis. lenn. Rate a.f one
fare plus 2-5 c.'-ts. Tickets on sale
L NORTHW EST October 15. -) 1: and 1S. with final
limit October 30. Exi.-nsior, of linuit
S .: ; s st to Pa- to November 30 may be obtained.
$21.15, New Orleans. La. Rate -:f one
: '..- .. iS.. .i top fate plus 25 cents. Tickets *an sale
.- ,- .- Octob-r 12 to 15. inclusive, with final
.limt act-'tber 3". Extension t- No.-
vember 3, may be obtaineJ.
an- $23.75. Richmond, Va. Rate -f one
fare plus.25 cents. Tickets on sale
,:-r -n t 14th. final September 29 and 30, with final limit
Sk-October S.
$34.45. Rock Island. Ill. One fare plus
-, $2. Tickets o~ sale Ocntobl-r 4-. 7 and
k.- ,' :*.- n -.. I .,- -,- -e-t -s. final lim it t) leave Ra. k Islan'
October 1.
$4-)00. Washington. D. C. S.,'1. daily
to September 30. All tickets limited
to October 31.
- ,e *f th S.-'UTHERN PA- Summer tourist rates to all summer
:\i-. rtes. Ti ket:s are on sale daily un-
,,N I\.-,'I I, ; : -. L. : !~ til S.-ptem'ber 3,. with final limit to
S- : .- ..;-. 'h.n. ec :earn avn ti-me bef re ,-r on Oct. 31.
For further Inforrmation apply to
nearest age:.t or J. G. Kirkland. Div.
a .d Inforration. Passenger Agent. Tampa, Fla.

NSS.-AER en-.~a Acenr.. MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
At
_4 I - :, e -....A..-..nta. ;a.
EXTREMELY LOW RATES
L Via


SOUTHERN RY.


FROM JACKSONVILLE
$10.35. Atlanta. Ga. and return. Tick-
ets on sal- S-eptembr 29 an-d 3',:
limit. October 7. extension to Octo-
ber "'2..


COLO

DAYS ARE H
V an: e da\ urtai!
F *C RAILWAY and IRON MO0
Cc :- st Tl:a.ets .. CALIFORNIA
C-' c c4c t. L 'Autes to CAL
". KANSAS CITY. SCENIC
C v ~e other v a MEMPHIS
L bera stop!e.e-s of 've day
-a.5 c" Ncrt w'v>est Te.ets.
%: c -"s-oes T--o&.g. Tour's

HOMESEEKERi
"0 ARKANSAS TEXAS. OKL
TERRITORY A

0n Days Limit Will
"v rickets, Which V
SEPT a-c -S OCT. 2 and 16.

LIBERAL S
G: S e t,*e Ne. Country.
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THE OCKLU


Its Vitalized IL.'!c~nai Food ProPer
glen aroL Verv Qu~ici1lV Realize&[
In Brngti~g H-a'rby Color to Ub.
InPo cn g Stnerg~th titne'hWeak. to
the F-cL;" ar..! t n-.-
In Toring up t1~e Syst-in of Cenral*&.
tents frcm Exh;:.;'trg D4*a!e&~e
In Cleansing the ExnU'-e svstea.
In Nourirbing the Wern:.ut.
In Rcurdir-g Out the Thin. Peaked
Faca of Chl.'rer.,
inIn jjll'.!ng up on their Little Bocdles
the eiie Pfrk and W~hite Flesh and
In D~iting their ch-~ke with the Pretty
Coor a-ld Dlmp'as that make Motberas
Beart Gas.&
OZOWULSIOWO
to an &atide'te for aulDie asse caused b7
Urpsuse to Cold &" wet-
To prove Its Madilelms.7 oad Merits a
Trial Bottle Free by Mail
VrIl be sent on ro-uest. Write by lette
or po-'a card to
Ozamul!si-n C. Me ~ St., necw YOrk.
411 T)r1 .gl st u-Two : a).and JIM


INSOMNIA
"TV bai. *b---r, -rYn Ca-.-arqif-!t, In s Tta-miaa.with
as.acan a~v -:;svast-ar-ts havo- .vrn m-uore
re- it-an a-iy other r"m*-ayv I La' e ever tr-.* I
~iaI -~-.i.y-r'-ozmaaen'1 th-u, to n.' tr.ew..gs a
betug a..a Lney are representel'..-
Tboa.. i.aE:Cin. 1lL


Haggard's Speclific Tablets


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GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP DAYS
(Fram the Kanms City Times.)
The governmental train came S1: I
boarded it for town;
Pulled out me ticket (a potage stamp)
san went and set me down.
The gov-er-mint conductor came; he
jabbed me an' says "Tush!"
Just pull that dirty boot o' yours down
off the gov-er-mint plush."
SThe gov-er-mint be damned." says L
I .A up and -crack ye in the eye."
"'N.t *;ne more w..rd" the feller said;
"ji.': for y.-ur own protection:
I uarn yr. I'm the gor-er-mint. don't
s-:art no insurrectionL
I .\ <.iwn your arms. pull down your
feet. and I'll cancel your post-
age due:
Pl'r the oid I'. S. Is the goods. I guess.
and Sam'1 will carry yer thro."
i "Yrr incle Sam go hang." says I.
S"'There s no gov-er-mint cinder in me

Thb gv-er-m.;nt peanut butcher then
-a:ne sirtnlln' thr' the car.
I e;v. him a dollar and took from his
box a gov-ei-mint cigar.
H- handed me back my chicken feed;
I poked him in the slat.
For the gov--er-mint short-changed me


THE ORIG


Trb. Idm of a Cov jk-4
- 'th. bowels, imd S.m WAIK440
cold* from fUn .y*Wm ftam m elo
in Kennedy's Laisdw*o Fwvsy I 'ta



IA~e .rtAma aed bamiless~t o
an 009", ols crow cmwbwo0*9 Co -
La GrippeBronchitis, taiLM an. m
Lung wA dBronchial aMtscUm Mtbe
praise the children's laymi.k'sm
Laxativ Honey and Tar

COUCH SYRUP


SOL1MSW THE ANT3-UOSSILY ipnen n


HOTEL .-WINDL IL 179.8mL r. .


and I wouldn't stand for LthatI D
I pasted him one beside the head. c
Sen session" and *"Treason*" the lobster
,a id. "
The gov-er-mint con. came running -
back and me he tried to nab. a-
HT, -ie naled then with the bell cord to
the statesman in the cab.
The gov-er-mint brakes went on atp
once: the wheels of states Sh
were stopped;
Then the whole gov-er-mlnt plied on CI~tMrOf
me and the floor they quickly Car Line
mopped.
They brought me into the Union agaln.
but it gives me joy to state E t' C]
That the gov-er-mint pulled into Ar-
gentine an hour and a quar-
ter late. .WJA 9Jo
Bus from Depot and Stmm S
SHE FOUND RELIEF ,_


If you are troubled with liver com-
plaint and have not received help read
this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond. Moody,
'Texas. "I was in poor health-wttb
liver trouble-for over a year. Doc-
tor-, dfd me no good and I tried Her-,
bine. and three bottles cured me. I'
can't say too much for Herbine, as It
Si. a wonderful liver medicine. I al-
ways have it in the house. Publish
% here you wish." Sold by the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore.

THE PRUDISH ROOK
A prim old Rook of prudish Mind.
To Ways and Thoughts austere in-
clined,
Spent all his Time in poking round
Where younger Rooks did most
i abound.
Intent to catch 'em as they sport
In doing what they didn't ought;
(Which meant-to say the Truth ex-
act-
Well. almost Everything, in fact,
Except behaving just like him.
And looking pious, grave and prim).


- ( ne Morn. as he diurnal went
'; in such detective Errand bent,
A -pry young female Rook.he found
Taking a Dust-bath on the ground.
An-id uttering her Pinions so.
As .all her Ribs. 'tween While. to
show:


"Great Pies'" exclaimed his prudish
Nibs.
A- haid he eyed the fair one's Ribs.
How dare you. lifting thus your
\Vings.
i ipylay to public View those Things?
S.i l. Shamelessness disgusts me quite,
I v.*.. I cann-.a bear the Sight."
"'an t hear the Sight retorts Miss
Po, ,k. h
Thi-n 'v.hy the Hades stop and look?"
M ORAL L
-',r ea~'.de Grundys nho complain
ThL.y of: see Sights that give them
Pain.
The iemneyv's is aq clear as Day-
J le t 'ema lak the other Way!
Hr*r nE t ki /1-


Phonograp.hs fromn $i to- $50. Over .... .
406 different rec,-rdls in st',-k to !.elct
from. A. E Rurn.tt. the -wei er. ex- DOCTOHS ARE PUZZLED
elusive agent for Ocala. .-e-narkable recovery of Kenneth
M Liver. of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub-
.-t ,f mniuch interest to the medical
S--'ru. -rnity and a wide circle of friends.
.,- says of his case: "Owing to severe
:inf.ammatir'n of the throat and con-
'''. :-'" -. "-tihn of the lungs. three doctors gave
4 .. !,e up to die. when. at last resort, I
S.t'-c, -. was induced to try Dr. King's New
S' Disc-very. and I am happy to say. it
a- ved my life." Cures the worst
S" -- .uchs and colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis.
-.v-aak lunes, hoarseness and lagrippe.
guaranteed d at Tydings & Co's. drug-
*r i

'--LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE
LOUISVILLE & IASHVILLE K ILIAT
Ar t -"t The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
THE PERFECT CN CANOPY will sell round trip rates from Jack-
for wood and, iron 1 :-ds and children's -onville to points shown on dates in-
S'i- ated. Proportionately low rates
Scribs. suppli-i w"ith eitlher bobinct of ,
S netting. fr,:1 other points.
r '$32.20., Dallas, Tex., and return. Tick-
For Sale by Mclver and MacKay. ets sold October 6 and 7. FInal re-
turn limit 21 days from date of sale.
S- $32.80, Buffalo, N. Y., and rturn.
Tickets sold October 10. 11 and 12.
vRemIngton Final return limit leaving Buffalo
October 19. 1906.
08e "= I T $19.60. New Ore.ans, La, and return.
Tvll= Tickets sold October 12 to 15, in-
S holes IM Q elusive. Final return Ulimit October
TyearstagowasagOOdtypewriter '. y depositing ticket with spe-
Phiyeamragowasa ettertypewriter cial agent at New Orleans and pay-
Today is he ett ypewriter ing ft-e of 50 cents, an extension Of
Today is the b-Sttpew r r-turn limit can .be secured until
as Ncverber 30. 1904.
$17.65. Memphis. Tenn., and retur .
Tickets sold October 15, I. 17 'and
ITg. Final return limit, October 3&.
I By depositing ticket with upclal
Am! en: at M-.-mphis and paying fee of
Tabilaef ) 50 cern,. an extension of return lirm-
i it rr-.y be secured until November
$57.90. Denver. Colorado Spring or
Pueblo. Colored and retwr. Tick-
ets .-n sale daily to September 20.
,, Final return limit, October 31. 1iS.


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