The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
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Volume 12,

Nemb t 92


Crisp, Fresh Crackers SIDES ITH THE SMLORS

--orc -- he rany fresh and tooth- President RSooevelt Contributes $100
q 's just arrived at the Tea- to Hp a Common *eaman in a
S Suit to Obtain His Rights
; t-- !t- National Biscuit Con m-!
Oy-tt-r Bay. Sept. 25.-President
S-c~ucts. such as Orange Sl.c- R owvelt made public yesterday a let-
ter from him to Rear Admiral Thomn-
r Drops. Southern Honey, Cali- as, enclosing one hundred dollars.
wlt )- was to be used i:, a suit against
a .' ed Cocoanut Siices. Pach rtl; New'ort Anmusemernt Comlany.
C-ear. Chocolate 4on Bons and This suit is to te't jh, legality of
the excluding from its place of amuse-
As. v.eth a hundred other ap- mient a man wearing the uniform of
the Ulnited States navy, which Inci-
ze- and re'reshers. dent -curred recently.
AdImiral Thomas is reported to tbe
-I a,a:ng half of the exrensts of the suit
TrT ROCERY f I damages brought by C'hief
Yeoman Buenale aFrainst the Newiport
S.____... Amusement Company on the ground
I tl,at hZ 'Was excluded from a dance
C hall while in uniform. Buenzle is on
du'y at the naval training station at
OCALi -FURNITURE ort. The suit will not be tried
-until October 2 or later. The presi-
:d~ i tice Aplecre, alJ Ti jnt. in his letter to Admnir;l Thomas,
a d WBtIU leeded. -., "I fI, is the t..r of every
9o,"I i-in.n to eniile.r in every
7 OQestion of tembalmnng and Fun- hae ;-.rt! \.a'y i to ake it il!ain that
ihe ri-et-;rds the unirfornn of the United
era D recting is a Delicate Owe states army and navy just as much
when worn by an enlisted man as
i,:id DO. it be est for TOoI b l- when worn by an officer as a badge
"r": this auetio a to ThAose w lppa- ,tf honor, and therefore entitling the
.' t e Towearer to honor so long as he behaves
Ste It's Deliclcy, Uad WIhse foo- dec--nly. There is no finer body of
menn ii all our country than the en-
: IS ol the Higbest Staudd I .timd .m-in of the- army and navy of
lh- Uitie.l Statt-. aud I cannot rIuf-
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE It(-.ntily umy indignation andf
PROMPT ATTENTION t.rwn:(-,;:.t for any man who treats his
Suiniifri.- 1 sae ith the repeat to
I'y Pbone No. 10. ligh 94 and 167;" i" it entitled."

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and Fixtures.

We are also prepared to build and repair

Telephone Lines and Motcrs, and do Gen-
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Phone 5.

Homeless and Hungry People
lico Ask for Aid From tl
Outside Wor:d
Knoxville. Tenn. .Sent. 25.-
Bair :Inid Stewart. of the twin
of Jellico. Tenn., and Ky., have
the Asso:tateL Press an urgent
for hemln for the people of those
en towns.
Thn- to s were detr<,yed lby
nraniie explosilii last Fridiay a
people are homeless and destitu
the mayors have decided to ;a
public for dunatinuts to assist tl
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S But Cured by Chamberain's Cholic, urges all kidney, bladder and
=-- ., ures all kidney, bladder and
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy m.atic troubles. Sold by all dr
"When my boy was two years old )or t1o month's treatment by n
he had a verv severe attack of Lh wel $1. Dr E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive
complaint. but by the use of Chamber- St. Louls, Mo. Send for tpstin
!ain'Ps ',lic. (Tholera nd Diarrhoea 'Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Mo
Rmm,-dy we brought him out all right." Drugstore.
j says Maggie Hickox., of Midland. Mich.
'This rem-dy van be depended upon inLOW ROUND "IP
thie mFstl ,seore rcosvs Even cholera
infantum ir poured by it. Follow the
Slain prin' d directions and a cure is
f ce-rtain. F.r sale by all druggists. Via the Atlantic Coast Lie
1 .110- .IIS, A me. z- "si

p Now York. Sept. 25.-The New York
HES, World it ints a statistical story of a
FOBS, very interesting nature brought out by
the race troubles in Atlanta.
LASS. The story declare- that statistics
show that four thousand persons have
been ,ut to death without warrant of
law in the United States within the
last twenty-five years.
The stoly further declares that nine-
ty-five rpr cent. of the victims of this
law lestsn'-ss were negr'o es. all of whom
NG. were charged with criminal assaults
upon white women.

TII1.92, ^lu ""- isa or
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale
ber 9 and 10. final limit. Octo
Extension -of limit to Octo
may be obtained.
$11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Pate of or
plus 23 cents. Tickets on sa
tuber 19. 2o. 21 and 22. final lie
tober 30. Extension of limit
member 15 may be obtained.
$15.10, Birmingham, Ala. On
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sa
tober 14 and 15, final limit 0
21. Extension to November 2
be obtained.
$37.40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of or
plus $2. Tickets on sale Oct
and 7. with final limit 21 day

An Ounce of Prevention $20.95, Memphis, 'enn. Rate
()CALA. FLA is worth a pound of cure. There are fare plus 25 cents. Tickets (
A many poor sufferers, consumptives. October 15, 16, 17 and 1&, wit
Swho are hopeless of getting well- limit October 30. Extension o
Swho. if they had taken care of them- to November 30 may be obtain
selves would now be well. A cough $21.15, New Orleans, La. Rate
E 4- I It ttfns the foundation of consumption. Bal- fare plus 25 cents. Tickets c
ectricl Suppi lards Hornhound Syrup will cure that october 1 to 15 inclusive wi
cough. Mrs. S- Great Falls. Mon- October 12 to 15 inclusive, wit
-tana. writes: "I have used Ballard's limit October 30. Extension
Horehound Syrup in my family for vember 30 may be obtained.
I have a well selected stock years-nmy children never suffer with $23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate 0
coughs. St,ld by the Anti-Monopoly fare plus 25 cents. Tickets o
,f E'lt.trict Fans. in both the drugstore. September 29 and 30, with flna
,' lOctober S.
1, It rl'l 'El-tric Co. and the STORM IN THE GULF $34.45, Rock Island, IlI. One fat
\\,-l iig ,I ll( i make The at The Tanma weather bureau yester- $2. Tickets on sale October 6,
S 111 day afternoon received the following S. final limit to leave Rock
lI ,*'<,S1 1 litl1" more. but r.- sormn warning from Washington: October 16.
"C,'n:innu the northeast storm warn- $42.00, Washington, D. C. Seld
ml'r- 1, I. iri 'lll'elit to O Tx'rate; ing at Tampa. Punta Gorda. Punta to September 30. All tickets
SRassa. Miami and Ju!:iter. Tropical to October 31.
,111. Ii al? :il. \ ,' iolZ tigh.l IW iit of Cuba. Will move northward. resorts. Tickets are on sale dal
I "gD. 'angerous for vessels in the middle til September 30. with final li
1 ; ihI. (t' land eastern gulf :or the next two return any time before or on Oc
days." For further information ap
A\li 1tllds of .lectrival work -- --- nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland
;1 1 i airii (ldone at re n-, Pain From a Burn Promptly Relieved Passenger Agent. Tampa. Fla.
ti airillg ll1 at reaol- by Chamberlain's Pain Balm -
:t i l. li-e.s under a full guar-. A li:tle child of Michael Strauss. of A SCIENTIrIC WONDEI
\'r-,rnn. ('Cnn., was recently in great The cures that stand to its
.:4,itr. If youir lights are out ,paini fror a hum- on th* hand. and as n ake Bu:cl;ltn's Arnica Salve a
S ciod aIpplicaRionsi only increased the titic wonder. It cured E. R. M
,f ix. l o l 011 It~ wirillg int an;.tion. Mr. Strauss Mr. .lames N. Nichols. a local mer- Waynesboro. Pa.. of a distressing
0i1t 1. l 11,4,0ll ti No. 222.. l,:int. lor soi,:. thing to st ap the pain. of piles. It heals the woist
MIt. Nichols -ays: "1 advised him to sores, boils, ulcers, cuts, wounds
Iusfe c'inhabnerlai:5 Pain Balm, and the plains and salt rheum Only
W irst applicatior drew out the inflam- Tydings & Co's. drugstore.
martin and gave n medate relief. I
A r ha. u-k-de s this linemen set myself and E YU SMTI
r,.-,omm-rn,1 it \very often for cuts. HAVE YOU SOMETHING
h hurns. strains and lame back. and YOU WISH TO S
Th rto f hn.ave never known it to disappoint." ad segment
For sale all druggists.If so. send an drtiemnt
Sr sa Thrice-a-Week W ld. to lh 1t
^^^.~rr mm W W W^B^- m ^m

&KF yig a& U aUv
Is Something That
Everyone Does Not

Th'1 :are m an1t things to
: i, i n t o )onsideration-
- ~ t lle' S of tolle. reliability
,! 111:1ke. lightlness of action
:111 d tildurability and con-
1- rlli101i oIf th e case.
\\ h,-liev\ r you do decide to
hil a piano. why not buy it
4f na ._,d reliable firm. The
a(' 1l(' Copanll iS today the
1,.: r1 T-t n111sic house in theI(
*,,rld. T1ieir pianos are man I
. .2 .0 -

The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
will s.-ll round trip rates from Jack-
sonville to points shown on dates in-
dicated. proportionately low rates
fromt other points.
$32.20, Dallas. Tex.. and return. Tick-
ets sold October 6 and t. Final re-
turn limit 21 dailys frr, date of sale.
$3280. Buffalo. N. Y., and return.
Tickets s-ldi O-ctober 10. 11 and 12.
Final icturn limit leaving Buffalo,
October I19. 19Us;.
$19.60, New Orleans. La. and return.

in the "Read-rs IExchange co
The iate is (heap and the rev
good. If you have a farm ct
or a patent. or a business to d
4,f. or any of 1000 things that mi
sold or exchanged at a profit. r
offer before the readers of the '
a-Week World. TwT-nty-eight
$1. \Write for particulars to the
New York.
,A nk',-'ctcd cough ior cld nma
to serious bronchial tor lung tr
Do.,'t take chanct.s when Folevy'
(v. ani Tar afford perfect t s
from srious effects of a cold.
1.- 1 .I4--

Tickets sold Ocu',b-r 12 to li. in- by a1l dealers.
elusive. Final return limit October
30. By depositing ticket with spe- R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLA
cial agent at New Orleans and pay-
ing fte of 50 ccnts. an extension of FULLER & BLALOC
return limit can be secured until
November 3,o l.0,. !.
$17.65, Memphis. Tenn, and return. DENTAL SURGEOI
Tickets sold 0,tober 15. 16. 17 and
:,. Final return limit, October 30. Ofce Over lunro & Chambliss
By depositing ticket with special;
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ExaftemUt mHa Slammmd Down nd
OvBime Gong e n the Sie .
Atlanta. Ga.. Sept 25.-The situa-
tion was much brighter last nigBt then
at any time since the race rieot ins
The state authorltlte dislsesd the
military companies wbicb had been
ordered here from Maeon, Barnes-
ville; Jackson and Griffnl, leavlg e
duty twelve compatnes of the frmf
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dered to their armories to be held in .... ...--
readiness should they be called l- .
Opposite the PostofrkceDt gtore though it is not believed that tbhae
will be further trouble.
U B ELE g saloons were open as uuaa
the streetcars were running on their
.UMBG6 & ELECTRIC O. g^* Tjtt" "
regular schedules, while the business
B W MnDONNAW M an streets had resumed their normal ap-
B. W. MaCU lALDg pearance. The .saloons were ordered ;-
closed this afternoon until further or-
ders. while all sale of fire arms and" '
I GINNING AND BUYING COTTON ammunition was prohibited.
A Negro Lynhed l-
of Jel- .Will buy or gin cotton. Highest Atlanta. Sept 25.-Zed Jones. a ne- -- "' l- j .
he nmarkrt price paid for the same. gro, was taken from the jail at East J. .
J. W. Flnt, Morriston, Fla. Point after midnight and hanged by a J.
mob. -
Mayors East Point is a suburb of Atlanta, a-i ". k' Hgwb se .S*
Cities J E CHACE eight miles from the heart of the ity.
J given C C The negro had been arrested for -dis- adv faft g f C
appeal orderly conduct and he- was taken
strick- DENTAL SURGEON from the jail and carried~ the woods. DOtEct MW D f d
half a mile from the town, and hanged .
a dy- Olce Upstairn, Commercial BaL Bld' by the mob. It is not known if he-
1n1 thie was connected with any of the crim-
ite and OCALA, FLA final assaults near here, as no one ccn-
sk the nected with the circumstances sur-
ie str- rounding the hanging identified the
Tennst, rCsh negio. .
TThis maker eleven men killed in this
-- ty and vicinity so far as is knbwn.
Srheu-A Chi e Stsince Saturday night, as a result of
uggists. A Choice Sto k the race feeling which was engendered
nail for by the terrible assaults of Saturday. C--
;n Of Fresh Beeft P oo
aO Fresh Bee, Pok NOTICE OF APPLICATION FabI Lto of sP11 pd&"aa rU 01
And Mutton, FOR LETTERS PATENT o in and enjoy old d k -.
Notice is hereby given that we, the e Ci an "-- J -
ATs Vegetables, Fruits. Po-ltry, underslgned. four weeks after the first the electric fans. Don't forget the
ATES egetaies, Fruitsublcation of this notice, will apply to '
me far ILeters Patent under the following
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and the Governor of the State of Florida -am
ne fare Choice Fresh Family Gruc proposed Charter: ,te foRin
octo- series, always on hand from R. S. HALL,
)ber 24). which to do your marketing. E. L MALOtNEY. Next to Mi nle & CbAmbin' Ba ll
her 30 y r Copy of Proposed Charter of 8. A.
Send or bring us your or Rawls Company.
ne fare ders and tley will have We. the undersigned, hereby asso-
ie Oc- elate ourselves together for the pur-
nit Oc- prompt attention pose of becoming Incorporated under
to No- the Laws of Florida. applicable to
W E. SM ITH. corporations for profit.
e fare E ARTICLE I.
le Oc- 98 rth Magnolia St Name and Offices.
c.t-er O .. The name of this corporation shall
21 may be the S. A. Rawls Company, and its
honee 14a1principal place of business shall be in .;
ne fare __ Ocala, Marion County, Florida; but it
ober 6 may establish offices and agencies in "
s from any other place or places in or out of- F
UElV D 2y the State of Florida.
of one X 1IfR lcK[Y ARTICLE II.
on sale Business.
h final FUNERAL DIRECTORS The general nature of the business
Af limit sAL C to be transacted is: '
..ned.. n Embal1. To purchase, lease and enter into D B l Rolm -7 .
of one d and baers contracts for the acquisition of lands; -_ .- .
on sale to hold, use and enjoy all kinds of real a--.i. .*Y t a-,e"sbi
.h final D. E. McIVER M. G. BROWN and personal property: to sell convey _
h final 0. i. MOVER M. 0. BROWN ft 4_1 to fe n e. an o ma is Sl
and mortgage the msame, and to mai ker- ~I- __
to No- Undertaker contracts in reference to the same; S -'-
2. To own and operate lands for S o o
o one Fine Caskets and Burial Robes armng and cattle raising:se and en- i- E.rOt ... S- ..- .
of one MHO L ffarming and cattle raising;
on sale ne Dal obs 3. To purchase, hold, use and en- ih traOt of tSto&
Limit A WJoy any and all kinds of chosesain ac- -
All Work Don* by Lised m'ltn and contractual rights or priv-
e pl baJmners and Fully OGuaranted lieges; Sls
4e plus G. To execute any and all deeds,
7 and leases or obligations necessary, rea-
Island C J. PHILLI PS snnahle or requisite for carrying out -. e
C.. J PHILLIP the purposes of this corporation. A
1 daily ARTICLE III.
limited Contrator ad B*fd1d Capital Stock.
--The amount of the capital stock ofED PL B W.f .
ummer this corporation shall be twelve thous- .
ly un- Plans and Specifications Furnished and dollars. ($12,000), divided into 120
mit to Upon Request shares of the par value of one hundred
t. 31. dollars ($100) each, all of which said
ply to 129 South Third Sftet authorized capital stock shall be pay-
. Div., able in cash, as called for by the
(Dv. Fl., Board of Directors.
R DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery The term for which this corporation VL
credit shall exist is ninety-nine (99) years.
ulford, 1 .0 ARTICLF V.
bandry, I Officers.
ig case 6 0 The business of this corporation
burns, Z shall be conducted by a President, a T .
s. chil- Vice Presidenta Secretary and Treas- L.. I.IA A
25 at 7 2z urer. and a B6ord of Directors consist- 9 .w Bn A-I A WA -
.U .1 O ing of not less than three (3) persons _- 4
nor more than five (5), to be elected .
I p at the annual meeting of the stock- S
t holders to be held on the second Tues- S IfX
SELL? day in December. A. D. 1906, and an-
to the OCALA ICE A FUEL CO.., Ocala, Fla. nually thereafter on the second Tues-
.ertd day in IDecember in earth year; provide. Bg
ed. that the offices of President and ma e l y ndas at d S^ W tCAW s
,lumns. Treasurer nmay he held by one and the S
suit s THE HERM ITAGE "'me stockholder, or the offices of
r sale. D AID ~ ec retary and Treasurer may be held .
dispose I by one and the same stockholder. -
ight be The following named officers shall. ..
'ut the -r:sh and Pure Milk and Cream Oe conduct the business of this corpor- -
rhrice- l.verd Every Morning at Your nation until those elected at the frst
words. Door annual it, eettng shall qualify: "
President. S. A. RALS. Sg .
World, HONE 1i0 Vice President. R. S. HALL.
Secretary and Treasurer. L MA- i mns Ii b "foe W': .-
J.7Zenias Preston, HR. ard of Directors. S. A. RAWoLS, load al Slenad is t R. S. HALL. ns L MALONY.
""- T ypew Indebttnes. ie.i w
security pet The highest amount of Indebtedness 7 C i m ,
Sold a to which this corporation shall at any- aA tBe o
time subject itself is twenty-four OlduCIS-en0 T i SwS *1

thousand dollars ($24.000. .-:-
LOCK ARTICLE VIL fo Si '"-' "t - A.'
All nmchiues guaranteed forSubscribers.
The names and places of residence *
twice as long as others. o f the subribrs, together, with theWW
amount of capital stock subscribed for : *
NS by each is:
Name Residence Share
;' Ba Second-Hand Mlach from S A. RAWLS.. ..Ocala, Forida.. S .
R. S. HALL.......Ocala. Florida..30
tC k M TT. E. L. MALONET'Y ... Ocala F Plorld6A fa

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Elabere- in today's paper wll be
--,On the application for charter of the
S A. Bawl, Company of Ocal. FI.
Thls company Oi competed of Mesrr
S. A. wRawl. .L all and E. L Ma-
loney. three of the bow knawn ba-
neWi men of the city. The mpmany
will te eapitalled at S12.L. and its
object a Ill be to do a general real es-
late business with the usual business
ronnection"that accompany the tras-
:e-tion of busiwnt of this character.
There is a wide field of usefulness for
hl t company in this city and com-
munity, and It can accomplish much
rood and asstat materially In the up-
building of our community. Success
to the nDe mnoranriy.

The Tampa Tribune is too "cock
Fire" about the O'alooahatchee and
keephobee excursionists seeing ev-
ftry property owner along the said
river. They did not se all of them
but certainly quite a number of those
people who are so deeply interested
in the drainage of the Everglades. At
Ahlv. t here the peorli- of that section
frr twenty-five mile! around were in
evidence. at a ricnic. all were unani-
mirrty in favor of the project. Then
at different landings people joined the
exeursion who had lived on the river
for re ir. made groves, had frequently
made tri.s to Okeechobee. and in dry
times had invaded the 'Clades, and
knew more of them than any visitor
or casual explorer could know of them,
:and from utterances we gained In-
formatkta and assurance that the vo-
ters of Okeedhobee were higher than
these of the ea. and surely with this
fact in view and no unmovable ob-
stacles in sight, there is every reason
to believe that the drainage of the Ev-
erglades I feasible. How does the
Tribune form an onrni*n on matters
in general? Either by observation, In-
quirv. study. or by anpeling to the
public who are a part of the happen-
ings it attempts to formulate for pub-
lir information. One thing is certain
the draining of the Everglades Is no
such a profpoitlon as the building of
the Fanama canaL and the writer of
that editorial. "A Remarkable Party."
should blush at his aIfrontery and
braen audacity whL he makes the
comparison and tries to throw anti-
drainage sand in their eyes by such
unworthy and unreasonable argu-
Inents. If Editor Stovall lived on the
hank* of the Caloosahatchee river.
was the owner of a fine grove there.
and had spent the best years of his
life in making that grove, the support
and stay of his declining years and
saw it endangered, or on the verge of
destruction by the constant overflows
from lake Okeechobee he would be
the "shoutingest" drainage speller
along Its hundred miles of valley.

The veteran magnolia tree. which
for a century or more has stood the
stres of :tornum and the burning suns
of summer, at a point opposite the
Teapot GrJcery and on the side of
Tom Wallis' new stone block, has come
to iLt end by the axe of the ruthless
woodman. This morning saw the last
of Its tufted shadow. For years It
stood as a magnificent specimen of
our native forest, with queenly grace
:rnd beautiful follage, and In the
spring time delighted the eye with its
wax-hke bloam and flower. It stood
p-uard before the .-eranda of the old
Magnolia Hotel, and from it the
name of the hostelry was taken. Twen-
ty-five years ago this hotel was run
by Mrs. Carlisle, mother of Mr. James
Cariisle. and in its day the tree shad- i
ed the pink of Ocala and Marion
countyy chivalry as they passed in and I
out of the hote, which was then their
place of rendezvous, to say nothing
of the lovely women that then marked
the social circle of the shire town of
Marion. Later a fierce fire raged and
destroyed the hotel and while it ruined
the beautiful foliage of the majestic
nmgnolia. It survived and in decrepl-
tude it rested and mourned its former
grandeur, until this morning it bowed

re vSLQ

to the woodmeans steel. coughs a colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis,
weak lun's. hoarseness and lagrippe.
At the morning seprion at the Prer- Guaranteed at Tydings & Co's. 'drug-
byterian church last Sunday the resig- store.
nation of Dr. W. C. Lindmay was pre-
sented and accepted, subject to the Mr. S. A. Murden. a citizen of Lees-
ratiication of the presbytery, a spe- burg for the past twenty-five years.
cial called meeting of which has been was In town today on legal business.
made to convene at Jacksonville. Oc- Mr. M.. like other people in Florida,
tober !. It was with sincere regret was an orange grower until the freeze
that the resignation was accepted and swept everything away from him. He
was only done that Dr. Lndsay could then took to the road and made a great
accept a petition as president of a success as a coffee salesman. He has
r.iAbyt-.lan colege in Kentucky, and. since relinquished the grip and taken
that change of climate might restore up the practice of law. but in Novem-
him to health and greater usefulness. ber, with twenty-five other people
around Leesburg, will go to Home-
Mr Will Rcws the phosnhate oP- land. 32 miles south of Miami, and
erator, who has spent the past year make new homes for themselves. Mr.
in Tenaessee and North Carolina. re- Murden i?. an old newspaper man, and
turned to Anthonv Friday with his is pleasantly remembered as the pub-
family. Mr. Ross was in the city this lisher of the Wildwood News a de-
morniag and gives out the gratifying eade ago, also Town Topics in Jack-
report that the physicians at ARhe- sonville. and in his new home will
ville say that he is cured. He expects start a paper. The best wishes of the
to embark in business again in this Star go with the Leesburg colony.
sf ,'ton.

C. C. SBaners came up yesterday
from Crystal River, and is nw an Is-
mate of the hbmntal suffering with
malarial fever.

Peter 0. Knight of Tampa. the at-
tor 'y for the leading corporations of
that great cigar city, is decidedly at
outs with Mayor Frecker. because of
the latter's persistency in rubbing the
tax brugh onto the gaid corporations.
Peter said the mayor promised to
treat his n"etis airl. but is rubbing
the fur the wrong wav


"Speaking of the torture to which
asme of the savage tribes in the Phil-
ippines subject their captives, reminds
me of the intense suoting I endured
for three months ftr inflammation
of the kidneys" says W. M. Sherman,
of (Cushing. Me.. "Nothing helped me
until I tried Electric Bitters, three bot-
tles of which completely cured me."
Cures liver complaint, dyspepsla, blood
disorders and malaria: and restores
the weak an nervous to robust health.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.. drug-
gist Price, &5c.

% JArrival and Departue of Trains at

'~'-7T~;" ~ c;4

-. woes l e ther fa m
am.-" trmr

~gs d-b his way = all Mposst
, __ teamealgesesad esergeta
Id lediSue or overmy oesr, ar p-
- .i 4hiloeit dboasem fI whiek he,
LS f In reJaliy. they a an
l sty emied h-some t
ai* a h yakrua. = -t of ow
o- of saf eMnenag thib paw-
Ue aM laige Wie ame a.t The sef-
aI mar tge" o bse -Ibat -pe aM
weW. by nusa n om tthe o dfa a
Wtmss a- i esr a lnm.
A Proper t aredice Dr. P b ah-

wrieUte Pwle to pin, M s teA r by
ould aaee g tM w mei So
thereby dipwh e s a to the os dis-
aS "efas o tiua u mfort -

"r d *o wor c" wa, debil -

_aJ jicbees *ilbera, ,...siakern
mrsid thart W d shbm e wo Ifa f-
aDr. Piuerk 's Fvorit PrpUt a

se the greatest earthly b ng by-
Ib r mve it
odd trom d Ia Itelicate S3N0
As a sfl hi and mIretlnbinl aev-
ti *Favorte ipio sti ureiaIh to
the whole svutsm and to the orgm dis-
keda a nervous itabyow rritadebility,
ad macbe allner (...smakems,
asmrvo exiA op, esons. rMekeeper

aVisas danotee, ad oteble womi. ev-

IS hsmpeg a earthly batte1spnt ip-
fnaeWd = and orani dasand of the
Asutri. It ianad stffrengtb ml ant
lDr. FarPl' iteP Ptoelletn i avra
ad. G. D. Hnnale in nalla w a su t
duine nerv os ecitabilkt, ability
perola s exr a estk roo.a wprutrk to
handle dae, and other hippin stem fr

which he sL going to make a to
pull toalnterr arnic dseaorse o the
room, It aind whces rfrshinged t will be
rely econentel anxiety and dndac
Dr. Pierre's P-asaut Pellets fgorat.

b sadaptoa t vo the bud bhne t

Mr.. DMc. hegan ight nt up the
eer." whstor makeof his headquarters at
Place," for a stock room. In which to
handle the shipping business. for
which hen e w goin tow yestedasty n

old a solid earlad of uIture to
pMll. Carlnter are at work ncKay.the
room, and whe n inshed it will be
very of kinvenent. roomy and trouble that
adapted to the business.

Mr. MRnot e. the "Knight of thne

o nesville,ie ca n o moe. srdyd and
sold a sold carload t fit o hr to
Mei r. Mlver & MacKay.t

them to yow Oeala Ffwtws Co.
tFoey' s Kidney Cae will cur ean

be found in Flor~ida For quality the
cese of kideay or bladder trouble that
sh not beyond then In neofedic one.
No medicine can do more. Sold by
Hugh Nll deal s. proprietor, O
Have yeseen no tow erle o bsera-
tiful desks for ladies We rould take at
it as a fever if yeo would lWt as hbow
thol tao you. OCala Frnite fCo.rm


tinw oCe a ebsidane stables In Ocala.nd the
dia w ran against M. J. Cnneli. for-
and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta-
tion as good muses and horses as ce
be found in Flpoida For qNews at Area-
show a to become When Inful realty on
Hugh Nlcholsr proprietor, Ocal oro
Wildwood. Fla.

Council meeting tonight. o

n our tour of Everw, whichlade observa-
ton. we met with Mr. Trandtha mat

Mlattlver of near Flemingto. At Arca--
erlyt of much interest to the medicry, also
Warlternity and am, wido rel of inquished tends.

He says of his ca*e: Owing- to severe
dtonflammation of the throat and ton-

nipulator and t the watry Dr. Kthings loNewok
t e'shfavore few whieh wil bgood
overy and I am happy to say, t

aThe o mrab if Oery oJtA ketu
ject of much Interest to the medical
fraternity and a wide carce of triads.
inammatIo rof the that and con-
gestion of the lungs three doctors gave
was tnduced to trym prKing's Newt
Disoaver y and lIa a osa it
..a m H Iea" Cu.ea -. the worst

There is no case on record of a
cough or cold resulting in pneumonia
or consumption after Foley's Honey
and Tar has been taken, as it will
stop your cough and break up your
cold quickly. Refuse any but the gen-
uine Foley's Honey and Tar in a yellow
package. Contains no opiates and is
safe and sure. Sold by all dealers.

There were five cases In the mayor's
court this morning, two colored wo-
men and three colored men. The po-
lice raided a free and easy house near
tha git* mnrklt 1eat niaht andtl tfootr

*H Ch* a-- s Plam Yvow% Wei fri
'His Fameus Loa
Mr. E Robison, traveling sae-
ma fSr the Joseph Rosenbhem Shoe
Co, of varamash. Ga. manufacturers
of the "ub Shoe." "Sunny Jim* Shoe
and other we known brands. has Jt
retraed to Tampa from his flrt
head it Ce with his new line of
01~nag mpes.-
Mr. Robion. who Is better known
to hs ftuled Wad rtomers as "Sun-
y Jim." has ast closed his fourth
year oa the road. Fr 21 years pre-
vious to this he had charge of his
firm's oflle Ia Savanah. but owing
to. il health was advised to try the
read and met with pbemomenal suc-
cess. The sc e year Mr. Robnsoa
was on the rad his sales showed an
increase of $ per cent. over his sales
tor the Arst year. The third year he
Increased the ercentage to 42 per
cent., and for the present year ending
September 15. his sales show a result
of 72 ner cent. more blmsnens than
his initial year.
This steady increase each year shows
Mr. Robinson's ability to hold his
trade. and proves that hard work. hon-
est goods and fair treatment to cus-
tomers will always reap its reward.-
Tampa Tribune.
Everybody in Ocala knows "Sunny
Jim" Robinson. the cracker-Jack shoe
salesman. The hold he has on his
trade, and the satisfaction he gives to
his customers is the best certificate
he can carry with him for a life posi-
tion with his present firm.


Workmen have begun on the Delou-
est building. There is some lumber
on the ground, a lot of rock for the
foundations, and the excavations are
being made Mfr the same. Mr. John
Pasteur, while standing, looking on.
said the scene reminded him of an
old building that stood, either on this
site, or the site, adjoining it, covered
by the Peyner building, during war
times, in the early and squally sixties.
The old building was stored full of
bacon, and he. a sergeant seventeen
years of age, was stationed there with
a guard of other boys. to guard the
property. One soldier guarded the ba-
con and the others had a good thne
going riding with the girls about the
town. Mr. Pasteur said it came as a
pleasant diversion, for the boys of his
company had been having a pretty
hard campaign with General Dickin-
son. and were glad of the rest.

We .Rfer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned, have known P.
Cheney for the last 15 years and be-
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholes le Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Cat.,rrh Cure is taken Inter-
nally. actlag 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-

Dr. IL F. Blalock and wife returned
yesterday from their visit to Atlanta,
where Dr. B. attended tHe meeting of
the National Denal Association. On
their return home they spent several
days in Jacksonville.

South Main Street, Oela, Flormda

Pabst Bu Ribb Beer

Private Bill Moorman, the valiant
old veteran from t1oul vra, but for
over a quarter of a century a resident
of Grahamville, was in town today, In-
terviewing Judge Bell about the es-
tate of Thomas Blacklaws, who died
in that section several weeks ago and
had no relatives in that section. In
speaking about Mr. Charles Gibson's
health he said it was poor, his throat
balar so affected that he could hardly
speak. In his afflictions Mr. Gibson
has the sympathy of every person in
Marion county.

A rnemek VamdS .
All Jures hare a way of tempering
Justice with mercy and strict logic
with good or bad sense. French Juries
excel In these practices. A Mme. Ca-
naby of ordeaux was accused of hav-
Ing forged two prescriptions and of
having thereby obtained large quantt-
"tles of poison, some of which she ad-
ministered to her husband, who nearly
died and vaas only saved by his doctor,
who suspected something wrong and
took him away. The evidence was
overwhelming, for the prisoner com-
pletely failed to give any plausible ex-
planation as to why she wanted the
Spoison-enough, as the chemist said, to
kill two regiments. Nevertheless the
jury fund Mme. Canaby guilty of
forging the prescriptions, but not guilty
of attempting to poison her husband.
Perhaps the jury thought the htwband
unpoisoned was punishment enough in
himself for one crime.
Elegant new china closets and buf-
fets and china closets combined. Call
and see them at Mclver & MacKay's.

PFr Iaat sa d a hiIdrg

Tn KMU Y Un AhIn Uqet
Bears the
, Snai-ur of C.4 sfT

That the effects of the home-coming
are felt in business is evidenced by a
market man. who said his trade had
so increased that k was all he could
do to keep up with It.

with that old enemy of the race. con-
stipation. often ends in appendicitis.
To avoid all serious trouble with
stomach, liver and bowels, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They perfect-
ly regulate these organs, without pain
or discomfort. 25c. at Tydings & Co.,

$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, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Oct. 9".h and 10th. with
final limit Oct. 29th. Extension avail-
able to Oct. 30th.
$23.75 Richmond, Va, and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st,
with final limit Oct. Sth.
$20.70 Memphis, Tenn, and return.
Tickets on sale Oct. 15th. 16th. 17th
and 18th. with final limit Oct. 30th.
Extension available to Nov. 30th.
W21.15 New Orleans, La.* and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 15th, in-
clusive, with final limit Oct. 0th.
Ex-tension available to Nov. 30th.
$34.45 Rock Island, III, and return.
Tickets on sale Oct. $, 7th and tth,
with final limit Oct. 16th.
$34.40 Dallas, Texas, and return. Tcek-
ets on sale Oct. sth. with anal limit
21 days from date of sale.
$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th, 21st and
22nd. with final limit Oct. 30th. Ex-
tension available to Nov. 15th.
For further Information and Pull-
man reservations, call city ticket office.
telephone 129.


The Oeala hosed of aUM wi -L
Its regular msoithly mmtia to an
hall Thursday aftermam at 4 d r1*

T. T. Muareo Prilrl.
C. L. Bttigaer. Seetmi.


Supervising Deputy A. C. Hafrtek
is in the city, aan ha some very m-
portant sad Laterestag matters to
bring before the tent. Every member
1-c earnestly requested to be psent-at
the meeting Wednesday. September M,
at s pn. G. W. .Martin.. LK.
T. D. Bryan. C.

C. A. Trmere, the up-te-dat 1-
view mereha at came tMs after-
nooa to attend the Bs* meming to-
ght. .B said that never Ia tlb his-
tory of the town had so many residents
been absent for the summer as was the
cam this eon

Drhl Pak& a
WhYew nu
It is rdh in the food
elements t Palt Pas u-
-ie eiwt-a&y =Rt -u
te toe pFpeatiea of
chled Ih. Ita'a
iAe the whale body.
Past eight-day malt
gets all the good oat of
the bMrley into the beer.

s highest food value
eante ma fromPalbt
eigtadrja malt. Tit,
together with MYe cx-
dusir feather bOe the

ygre m i tht t r ink--
low faver found in no
other beer.
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Beer is always pure and
clean, te most health-
ful beer and the best to
drink. It is the beer for
your family to drink-
the beer to keep on band
in yow home


$1836, Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale September 29 and 30;
limit October 7; extension to Octo-
ber 22.
$20.70, Richmond, Va, and return.
Tickets on sale October 1: limit, Oc-
tober 8.
$44., San Francisco and Los Angeles,
one way (seo nd clam). Tickets on
sale dally, September 15 to Octo-


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Mr. J. S. Hampton is Mr. Dearborn's
assistant at the electric lght plant.
He came from Fernandina a week ago
where he had been employed by the
Amelia Beach Company. The new ma-
chinery of the Ocala plant is all In
position and running, and after a lit-
tie more adjusting will be In perfect
order and give a service that will bM
second to none in the state.

Mr. and Mrs. Aikin of Berlin were
In town this morning, consulting an
Ocala M. D.

Peter Oleson of South Lake Weir
was in the city today.

was the greatest general the word ha
ever known. Ballard's Snow Unl-
ment is the greatest liniment. Quick-
ly cures all pains. It Is within the
reach of alL T. HL Pointer. emp-
stead, Texas, writes: "This to ear-
tify that Ballard's Snow LJAlmeat has
been used In my household for years
and has been found to be an excellent
liniment ofr rheumatic pains. I am
never without It. Sold by the Antl-
Monopoly Drugstore
Sumter Brooks of Zuber, the clever
merchant of the place, was in town to-
day, and reports splendid progress on
the new mill. hotel and homes of the
people of that place.

Chambernainr Coughh Remedy Adc
on Nature's Plan
The most successiui medicines are
those that air nature. ChamberlaIn's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take
it when you have a cold and it will
allay the cough, relieve the lung, aid
expectoration open the secretions and
aid nature In restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result In pneumonia. Price 25 cents.
Large size 50 cents. For sale by all
Marion L Payne of Fairfle Is not
in favor of the proposed constitutional
amendment, and doesn't believe the
judges of the state need more salary.

Healthy kidneys filter the Impuri-
ties from the blood, and unless they do
this good health is Impossible. Foley's
Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and
will positively cure all forms of kid-
ney and bladder diseases. It strength-
ens the whole system. Sold by al

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


A Little Care Will Save Many Oeala
Readers Future Trouble
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they have the amber hue of
The discharge not excessive or in-
Contain no "brick-dust like" sedi-
Dean's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure
them when they're sick.
D. J. Stearns of No. 410% Franklinj
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 doctors' 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
so desire."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.., Buffalo, N.
T., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name---Doan's-and
take no other.



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TODAY and every d&y unti0 0sAb SW $ lot MWS ftol
Colonist Ticket to CALIFORNIA OREGOM aen NO iflr UL
Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. 0O0e Ml4k&Sh A
CITY. .The ether via MEMPHIS and EL PASQ TERXAL,
Libel stopovers of fivo dy on Calfomii TIdm ts i g-
days on Northwest Tickets.
No changes Through Towri;s Slepif Car ory 4.


30 Days Ltft Wil be Alowed m Thmd
Ifickets, Which Will be So d m
SEPT. 4 and 1L OCT. 2 and 1L

Go See the New Country.
Fre Literature Mailed on Request.
Traveling Pasesger mAgent
ChLettesgr T.m

Souther Railway

N. B.-The following scheduled gues are Ilbmr oly Ia
and are not guaranteed.

No. 1412tw4
Lv Jacksonville....So Br .9. ?755p
Lv Jesup.... .. ..So. Ry 1llaf10.40p
Lv Savannah ..... o. fy Lp i2L1
Ar Columbia......So. By I LCs S.-a
Ar Chwrotte ......So. RfylL.06p 9.
Ar Greemsboro ....So. B LtS 1l6
Ar Danville...... .8. tBy al .p
Ar Richmond.....SO. Ril Stal -.4Lt

Lv JaIksomIe .. ........
Lv JeMp .... .... .. ..0i
Ar Maeom.. ............
At Atlata.. .......... I
Ar Roomt............. ft
Ar Daltom... ... ... ..
Ar Chlttamooga. ......e
.r Lexingto -.. ....... .
Ar Cnla alit.d ........ 4

Ar Lynehburg.. ..So. ir 4.I7a .20p Lv I ."C
Ar CharlottesvIlle..5.. By A S.U 4,0p Ar <. ... .. ,,
Ar Washington ....So. I y .45a .M; Lv CinedamA....
Ar Baltimore.. ..P. R. RIL13ISl2p Ar Chica.... ....
!r W Philadelphia P. R. B- L45p 2S Lv C~eltMO.. .. ..
Ar New York.... T. I. K ,4.13p C6.L Ar ChSo.... ......
THGR' "THE LAND OF TH K" L i...... C.,
Wlo. Ar Tedo........
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Lv Eavannah.... ......S. Ryt.aLv Clacinmat.. ...
Ar Columbia........ ...So. 3r Ar" Clesla"..
Ar Ashevlle........ .... MR s ..
Ar Hot Springs, N. C....8. Bry *p i t "".... ""
Ar Knoxville.. .. .. ....80.p B -P At. i0 A Lv.l li.o, |
Ar Louisville.. By A..
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Ar Cininnatl.. .... ..Q. & C 1 Ar Sl.ra1h0m... .. g
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Dr. J. E. Chace is again in his of-
fice, having returned from attending
the meeting of the National Dental
Association, recently held in Atlanta.

One of the worst features of kid-
r.ey trouble is that It is an insidious
disease and before the victim realiz-s
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

Mr. Shockley of lowell was in town
Saturday. He is interested in tomato
packing but said that the season had
been so wet that it ruined the crop
and left over 11.000 cans on his hands
unfilled, which is deeply regretted as
be had a demand for all the tomatoes
he could pack.


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 evef
put on the market.
Whether cigars are made in Tampa.
Key West, or any other place, makes
no difference: it is the quality of the
tobacco that makes a good smoke, and
not the name of the town on the box
that constitutes a good cigar. Notice
the "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) neel no
further introduction, having been
smoked for years by tht best people
and pronounced "the best" for the
Above brands are on sale at first
class cigar stands.
El Tropico Cigar Factory,
Ocala, Fla.


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LW OdCeIl LOX. & Co., phone .0.
itllall its well i n little eor.
I 1Mr-r. M,. iC. 1,.ney ani little George.
known ton es. i.aiompai lv a Itined nurse. ar-
/ i ald its Illi'. drivel Satuiday nizht from Tennessee.
and 1i where they nhave. t en spelindling the.
The -uiMiIinr. .Littil h ('erge has ltoen se-
riou'-wl ill. h)uI w\e are glad to state he
PHONOGRAPH is de.I idl. y better tlday.
i 11s nOW too well FOR SALE-Fifteen silver-laced
.tyy j Wyandoit t" cot'krels: well marked
Known to nled ifnin h,,ice stock. Price $1 each. S.
description but H 'ili. Mc-ntosh. Fla-
tlle pleasure of M1i Susie YiNblack ,f Dunnellon
plosleingr onI t' a "~t d in the city this morning to
Ba Oli ke hetr home \ith her aunt. Mrs.
is liot known l Lanier Robetrtson. and attend the
v-) to eve ryon e. I(.ala High Sclhool.
We sell t ie d- The 4 i ala Newts Company is opening
i on P liono- !1an e!-gant advance line of holiday chi-
Sn; .n in i1 ,if the mst beautiful doines-
graph. Fllas- -i,. an.] i i,:rnrt-d roods. The line Is
0 .-1orntcnt ., 1t .he i' .. tilnei mn st expensive and
d a y 01 handt Ofr ,1,.- ,c:inn they have ever car-
1r4iords alwayson landd, Your ried.
l,.isure hours aui be made;
r .t and etr Mr. Julien Rohinson returned tiday
1%'ryV ilfictVe and enter from Taml a. where e hhas been for
1:11i'il"lI with a Phonograph. the I,.:-st week. visiting his mother
S;t sisters.
Rat helteat. 10 cents. will surely kill
mice and rats. All other kinds kept
S in stock also. Tydings & Co.. phone

1 Mr. Tomi Prich-'1t. \ho, is now sell-
ing mna. inrv er i for thih International
'11: iveste: r < 4'oipili;any*f went up to Haw-
..I m "tl 1 ... 1.
Two passenger lawn swings. only
t etS. i l-t a'-ractive and $3.90, and you'd better come quick if
n ,, i.A;kte ,of i.'i rs a i. :h.' test you want one. for they won't last at
i; .f th- El Tr,.pic, ric:a far- 'hts price. Ocala Furniture Company.
.. i .i: The idea is o orn in.i l wiTh I.
' ,.i 'h-r, h,. pi rp ieior, ainid I Li* .l'-T flriiic ." the big pig.
i T- ,. t-. t dt.1 i of ;Utention. and .t ht .\11 1 I:ahnfi.ld. hous-k 'epd o r
,. 2O.,:- .iare line. :ind sell at si-ht a th i '.iint. ithas strayed or leen
T"I. i is Nit k-l-a-l.-'et Theiy -i lith hli.ts (<.l;ir i.n. with namei
. i : i as many nickel g ,.is :td w'1i iui *l.. tuin to the hotel anal
S ... r ..... c,- .. ,.u e ., in lie !'. <4-i t llbtl>r l l ', :tr .

llo' i,. a 'I. ye t 'i 11 1)1 U aVaIIV. aft I aI.- ",-

patcka Li e and retiaH at ,- ceflts.
n.-h. ol -of oiid icotiafa'ot fi r

.'l W \ IT To ,.,kin-. the liver'vmain.
i< n til. ,-ick liit. anld Mr. .Mallory
Li.iiltin l..,,a .h.r:e of the lbusinetss f-or

.*. I ta\ 'h? ii andi he .'a\n c~. 1ma Iti .iio.i i

.adruzt, ai.. in tht, wnrd:
LlI~v~IA~mT, ai!v tila..-~lV::. App-aly at this

KAND-MADE Ju.teeN;':,ht4 falulak 'a ho
-. L. 1 i-.aumodi rz; n hi iiffi-ial clcli. ir t.)!v.


i'..'inu-t f hi.- illness he dlid not go
a itt'',., v,',.te i'i.
If you will smoke1 anyhow, in spite
a,)f everything i:h-l-r has said. then
I f-r mercy's snke. smoke sonmethine you
:'a not a.stla Tio of. X-Senator cigars
:iare mild. me'llw and sweet. 5 cents.
ISaml Martin 'if the o,'ala Seed Store
th:l\ ing 'pi:e a; seri.lIs time with a
I tlliwrnhu4niildan.e f li. Tiv he is

inenads for a few uays before return-
ing to, her home in Fort George. Fla.
Miss Edith is a charming young lady.
and the friends she has made in Ocala
hoje it will not he long before she
will visit then again.
Some rpre bargains in Haviland i
china at the Postoffice Drugstore.

The bottom layer
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M. FISHEL, Ocala, Fla.

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


Those tired (.t's of .yours
will stand lots of abuse, yet
there is a limit to, tleir lpa-
tienct' and their t)lwer. "
otil m11a worry alolg fo 1r
litee a w hliile. ut1 there will
eoiiie a time whiin y11ou ~ill
regret y .ur pnsenti inliffer-
I will give yon eye afvice'
alid ease at Imodelratoe ( .
lPi. 1). M. lONEY.
Optical Parlors Upstairsin
('ar) Buiildini7. (0c4ila. Fla.


Sholes .-
Ten years aco was a good typewiter
Five yearsago a bettertypewriter
Today is the bsttypewriter

jilain "-i"mr ::.
Srs TSl bPAClaAGt-
for 'wool an(d I',n L-ds and children's
erii,. supeiI.i with eilter hobinet of
lgain nett .
For Sale by Mclver and MacKay.

K. OT M. M.

VU&^37 Ocala Tent No. 1409.

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Elks nwh : et this evena.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Maccabees meet tomorrow evening.
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Vest and "oat pocket electric lights; molDW PM- , .,
bottom prices. Young & Cline. it Vltaltied Melcial Food Proe
tk-t are Very Quickl ROaiS a
SSIn ol. ngtfa Healthy Color tt
Mr. and Mrs. (. C. ('ron>'s little son Cheeks of the Pale and oa ow.
O 0 .Is quite ioll with a col. IF el Ste to the WekL
BoKo School Shoes. his le i it a ca to and Ow I nvadslaid
In Toning up te System of Cemarsla.
Bo' h l St Kodak time. We have everything in eeats from asiLhautlmn DiseasL
By the line. The Postoffi.e Drugstore. In Clean~ng the natfe system.
In lNourlming the Worvout.
Boy' :- C O) Pants. Mr. D,.n (armiiha-lI has a position In RoundlrnOt th Ti P ak
wihi-. 1 1) T GI races of Children.
ar]"ith Mk. ,. I).* Hao%, s.,.an. .in Buildlin up on their rLttle B4odl
Boy'S C 01o CapS the Deirable Pink and White FeIh and
-/ w.* Wl offi,,, s*" of all kird. and in ID iingth.eir cheks wittl the Pretty
!olar aid Disples that uma koMos the
BO'S ."It Wa tS.;l.fblnks a .-,ec'ialty. at the Oc.ala Nes Heot a e I ot
comparyr. osomrbIOI
Bob'S School B3o re -ataey. ft rall t a* Caea V
Itstti ISwpcsayse t CaaM sa WeIs.
o p Little races 'harnbo-r. ,Laughter To prove Its Medicinal Fod M al a
y ePonyHo of Mr. an Mrs. W. J. Chambers, ~ ri ill
with bilious fever. Trial Bottle Free by Mail
rV School Sho Wll be sent on request. Write by Istt
SSr postal card to
Girt n't fail to try the new fancy1 fO-al -t-to., 98 Pine St.,wc t erL
Grhz School Caps. drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly JI Dn)Xt .Wlrru o t-ir. end oft
Drugstore. l rusts-Two else-Be. and 4
Girl's School Hos'.
Mr. Scroble. the Clyde Line rerpre-
-sentt:ve, came in today from Lees-
ephyr Ginghams~ W are headquarters for school
S;-,oks nt.l school ruj, l:es rf all kinds. t
ecks and Plaids, i1aL w"" ."
Mrs.. Filmore rods'on. who Sient a
few day.s w-ith .%lrs. Tom Pritchett at
e^ales, I OcW Chandler returned home today.

Have you Catarrh? ee W. L. Ditto The greatdt king ix
for free sample of Dr. Blosser's Ca- tEh world/ ti
Strrh Cure. and got well.
womenn ,ouag lbokrtg
Mr. H. ('. Jones of the bottling
I Eh torks Is utting a (flt of white point It does this in a natural way. It
works Is uttin a coat of white paintFos
15. 17h 19 E. Forsi Steet on hi.s enee. is not a cosmek orr tihcil akin
- casting. It imply clear the pores,
TNew ad Ert- a a er i i gel t!' Atlanta Joirnal e- lives the blood free circulation,
New Fftst-Cla in a rv lr.,y ta .,nl Sundiay at Allan P.,rlgea"
ti w.s .-tand for 1 cen.s a week. remove all wrinkles, and inur a.-
Appo.twot. /I clear, bhelhy, well groomed slin.
3Mr. .M. Handr.ll-snan is in Starke. ia frequent a from now will
Ainmrican Plan $2.00 to l looking after hits branch business at
that I,:ack. kep you ya looking m dgood
*2.50. l er r noa. : looking. oc and l.oo perar.
Elro.r al I lal. Kooms,'onel Try the \'i.tor. single cone. steeli Call at our store
r i).I. 7'c. -t day ild '"' t '?ire.I springs.. ,fully guar:inteed to or re
ilast a lifetiime,. :t c M ~l\-,.r &- MaclKay's.
up.l Sl'cial, w klay Prat es, r Anti-Monopoly
Ct*r o it. 'siion with Ith. Marin F;.rms s.tales,
(ar Lines. Open all thie 'here he \will ,e glad to see his 1Drugstore
yIal RIoonI with Itht jLfriends.
Extra Clarge. I A coupon with every 10 cent pur-
Sh:!-e at the O(nla N'ews Co.. that .
Jacksonv&ill, F I'"a.Itsyou lin '" e or a piece of and-M ON H
I . ..i.el e inn.
I Steal Shil Mrs. Judo in Ed\wards is visiting re-i G U A I
latives at Plemington this week. Mrs.
S Edwards returned a few days ago from Aralnt Ihole mlo bmWe
a pleasant visit to friends in Georgia. t
WEATHER FORECAST ro-- --- ---u
\Vashin~tln. Sept. :..--Rain tonight the nmnth of Septemher-Whiting's-- I l i
Wi V.ln-qldi.v; ,oolar tonight on the at 33.. 5'i and 75 cents. Tydings & Co. A the po1 alar col
pone N-'o. sold onty in lots oit
t- 6 pairs for S2.5o; Cot
We want your prescription trade. lMiss F lith Wilson,. ho has been ton.6pair for t.5
give the best service possible. Pure the guest of her sister. Mrs. ('has. E. Pfer Laiesr Etgy3dan Cotton six pairs
g,. competent prescriptionists. fair Taylor. for several weeks, left today r 2.. A rara. ticket t
,e and prompt delivery. Please for ,Gainesville: where .4he will visit n A& i
I lor brino- r trV trt rn rl .Tin .

FOR RENT-One of the best locat-
ed and most convenient cottages in the
second ward. House has five rooms.
hall and bathroom; large yard. stable
and woodhouse. Apply at this office.
Geo. Giles & Company have so far
purchased twenty bales of cotton and
the price for bright fleece is 5 cents.
This is the highest price that has been
paid for cotton in Ocala for a number
,f years.

WANTED-This office will very
much appreciate the loan of the Amer-
ican Magazine (Frank Leslie's) for
June. The edition Is exhausted.
Mr. Carter, the popular and success-
ful representative of the McMillan
Brothers, manufacturers of the best
turpentine still on earth, was in town
today trying to get a coil around a
prospective buyer.
Hudnots. Rogers, Gallets, Colgates
and many other fine toilet waters.
perfunies and soaps. Bath waters a
specialty. A full line of Nadinola
goods. Tydlngs & Co., phone No. 30.
Mr. J. N. Simmons of Citra has gone
to Hawthorne to take charge of the
school at that place. Mr. Simmons
is a young man of promise an a suc-
cessful teacher.
Straw hat cleaner; enough in 25
cent package to keep your hat nice and
clean all summer. Tydings & Co.,
phone No. 0.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn is in town today,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L Webb.
WANTID--Traveler for established
house. Twelve dollars weekly to start.
Expenses iald. References. Address,
G;eorge (,. Clows. Ocala, Fla.



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tONa ToQB0 WutLD
The Marron FarM tables beg*
hauling the lumber and material to-
day. with which to build a big shed,
in the rear and joining the original, or
corner building, of the stables. This
shed will be the same sise of the or-
iginal or stone building about 6isO
feet, and will continue on back, the
same depth of the big shed that wa
constructed last year. The lower of
the new addition will hold the grade
of the front part of the building, ad
beginning at the rear of it the soll
will be graded away from underneath
the addition and a ground floor or
basement made. n which heavy ve-
hicles will be stored.
The Maccabees will have lee cream
and cigars at their Wednesday night
meeting, and all the members are ex-
pected to be present.
Mrs. Hattie Agnew was married
September 12. at her home in Elisa-
bethtown, Ky.. to Mr. John C. Garrett
Mr. Garrett formerly resided at Lake
Weir. Their friends in Marion county
wish many days of happiness for both.

Mr. St" Frances Fowler is meeting
with a very favorable reception in
explaining the virtues of the Benev-
olent Knights of America to our citi-




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Ion Beds, $2.50 p

Sideboatds, $W50 up.

China Closets, $15 and up.







'q!"'K. (). T. M. M.. vill hold j4 .... Al
its regular seni-monthly meeting atC e c .-. -,- p -1
Yunge's Hall Wednesday evening. Sep-
tnber .6 W. Martin. R. K. Mthc -
T. 1I. Bryan. Commander. A A -..--.r.


Tulula Lodge. No. 22. . o. oF.. Top and bottom bars No. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No
meets ever Tuesday evenihg i wire; Stays, No. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart.
Yon.e'ns Hall. E. Jeffords. N. G.
W. E. Hrvant. Secretary.

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Bamboo porch screens while they
last, SA145 and $1.75. The reawn? We
don't care to carry them ever. Ooala
Furniture Company.

Postmaster J. C. Pillans and his
charming daughter. Miss America Pil-
lans. hf Electra, were in the city to-
day and dined at the Montezuma.
A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
hogany music cabinets. in the newest
designs. on. display at McIver & Mac-
The Epworth Leaguers will enjoy a
musical social at the Carlton House
Thursday evening. There will be re-
citations and Captain Ditto will relate
some of his Interesting- was exper-
iences. They propose to have a good

Messrs. J. R. and C. H. Rodgers ofl
Lynne. two of our very prominent tur-
pentine operators, were in town today.
They report everything satisfactory in
their camn. Mr. J. R. Rodgers has
been under the weather for some time,
but the waters of Salt Springs brought
him back to health and a good ap-

If you want a phonograph, absolute-
ly free, read the Star's free phono-
graph offer, and supply your home
with one.
There were thirty arrivals auto-
graphed at the Montezuma yesterday.
while the Ocala House ledger showed

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too macred to be ewperi etd ith. For her peculiar sad
wmrmedkne f k m : and which coo-
co or other harmful or habit-orm .g drugs
iThe wt'edicine which fulfills all these oirtue-

-S irl-^Piee's Favrite P ariP d- witl a pr of
mver foty of cares to recommend it; a remedy, the maker of

v Tck mint its formula

yrup. ,of f s

the best f&nmily laxatiw

on cvf y bottlk-raztand att~z ita nuapk&i

eM asnd orectnemc under oath: s reredy devised and adqptd to worn
am's Aieft_ caMsti ioa by an educate L phyticn n exprie d
an al nman's dis ; a .remedy every ingredient of which has
e the odwretten enJeent of the most eminent medical writers
S 5 s zeal sc hools of pract'e for te .cure of woma's peculiar
4dimmas Wd ys more Aom-1fe gn to its credit than any
olerold by dtugats for woman's spedal requirements. It is not
giv away in the form of "trial bottles" to be experimented with, but
is s t a fair price by all dealers in medicines
Dls, weak, nervosr women should feeble wome'generally, Dr. Pieree's
s dialy se the use of alcoholic Favorite Presription is the greatest
d-s which, from their stimuiat- earthly boon, being unequaled as an
ag -A exhilrating effects may seem, appetizing cordial and restorative tonic.
Lr a tine, to do good, but which from As a soothing and strengthening er-
M Ine1babIe eg cts of the alcohol in vine "Favorite Prescription" is un-
aBikaig up the red corpuscles of the equaled and is invaluable in allaying
boed e aure to do great and lasting and subduing nervous excitability, ir-
arms a Iba mong run. Besides they fitability, nervous exhaustion, nervous
bqet a having for stimulants which is protration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms,
-a dmptobWah St.Vitus's dance, and other distressing,
Oly invigonmina and nerve strength- nervous symptoms commonly attendant
emag eer ema follow the use of this upon functional and organic disease of
hmo- medicine for women. It can the uterus. It induces refreshing sleep
ast posiiy do harm in any state or and relieves mental anxiety and des-
-adim of the .sysem. It has been pondency.
eaela adaptd to woman's needs by No woman suffering from any of the
a ezpIrinced physician-a specialist above symptoms can afford to accept
i diei ama.. It makes weak wor- any secret nostrum or medicine of an-
om m and sick women well. known composition, as a osubsitute for
IU a womma has bearing down, or a medicine like Dr. Pierce's Favorite
d-gig palas, low down in the abdo- Prescription, which is or iFowi cOMx
ma, or pelvis, backache, frequent oemox and has a record of over forty
beedAAb, dizzy or fainting spells, is years of cures and sells more largely
aerres ld easily startled, has gnaw- to-day than ever before. Its makers
fag feag ia stomach, sees imaginary withhold no secrets from their patients,
eoig specks, or spots before her believing open publicity to be the very
eyes, has w-yebolWa, or "blues," or a best guaranty of merit.
weakening dia.e'sable drain from pel- Dr. Pierce invites all suffering women
vic organs, ahe can make no mistake to consult him by letter fee of charge.
by resorting to the use of Dr. Pierce's All letters of consultation are held as
Favorite Prescription. It will invigor- strictly private and sacredly confiden-
a nd tone up the whole system and tial and all answers returned in
specially the pelvic orgam. plain, sealed envelopes. Address: Dr.
Dr. Pire's Favorite Perecription is R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and -ur-
a scimiec medicine, carefully devised gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
by a experienced and skillful physi- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets care con-
laa, and adapted to woman's delicate stipation. Constipation is the eause of
system. It is made of native American may diseases. Cre the case and
adimia roots and i perfectly harm- you cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a
gentle laxative, and two a mild cathar-
less In its i eetl s is aly mconditi oft t ic. Druggists sell them, and nothing
emle system. is "just as good." They are the orii-a*
As a powerful invigorating tonic," Fa- Little Liver Pills first pt up by old
spo"ip strength I Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. uch
rion" imp imitated, but never equaled. They ar
the wle system and to the organs tiny sugar-coated granules--easy to
dietisay feminine in particular. For take as candy.
eveworkd, "worn-ot," run-down," tDr. Perce's great thousand-page illus
4sblMatJ tarhers, milliners, drs- itrated Common Sense Medical Adviser
l, milng d will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21
wal, se.mltreses, "shop girls," one-cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31
boms-kews, nursing mothers, and stamps. Address Dr. Pierce as above.

*Mother s!

Look oul~ for your Children's
Health while they are young.

is a gnrat medicine for children. It keeps their liver active
iu a mild gentle iannr. r, yo will s"-e a healthy color appear
on their cheeks, and itlln ss Ior them will beathlingof the past.

A Positive Cure


Mrs. J. Hopkins, Man-
chester, Kan. writes: "I
have used Herbine for
years, know of no better for
chilli and fever, headache,
diiliousness,etc. My child-
ren are never sick. I will
use it always."
PRICE 50c.

Ballard Snow Uiiment Co.
00-502S North Secoal S.,

Sold and Recommended by

*"What can he more agmrrvsiiug thR
having a jealous busbanil'"
"Having one that isn't. uIy dear:'-
Philadelphia l'res.

Surre f It.

It is pum
It i gentle.
It is plemat.
It i ffioraisus

It s not expensive.
It is good for children.
It s excellent for ladies

It s convenient for business men.


Elderly Spinster-You know. doctor,
I'm always thinking that a nman is fol-
Slowing me. Do you think I suffer from
Doctor-Absolutely certain you do.



Itude Little Boy--Now du beI care- i
I ful. mister. and mind you don't fall
Down that hole.-Sketch.

s, a ory.

"'rdulp is a bad e ge."
Yes, and the worst o it is he''a ge-
j rally broke."- P ladelp H Prea 'r d.

SDas't Prarcsse Wabt He Pr"rhbr .

It is perfectly safe under all drcumnstace
It is used by millions of families the wid over.
It stands highest, as a laative, with phydrsm.
If you use it you have the best laxative the
world prds

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Antamt wicafinir n a&

An an skinrieift or r a-m-m -compoli iiQ ,
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Its valu h br -
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To ge t lb binmislftsc-b" dw .

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FoR sts T ArLL LNaDI3 SS 1.m


It esursP.t2S.A S1 IIETU CL

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which as been
in se for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
^ 9 -and has been made under his per.
sonal supervision lance its inft ny.
Allow no one todeceive you in this.
All Counterfets, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Expericents that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infant and Childre-Experience against Experiment.

Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opiumn Morphine nor other Narotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverlahuss_ It cares Dlarrhoea and Wind
Col. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Platulency. It aesimitltes the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.


Bear the Signature o

The Kind You HaYe Always Bougt

In Use For Over 30 Years.
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Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach.
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
-omach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.




"My motto is. The truth, the w.;ile
truth and nothing but the truth.' "
"Yes. but you'd rather have ainme
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