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
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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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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aSt dope always crops out during amd
after legislative sesens, for it is there
that those who hear a eal to servn
the -peeputy to build up founda-
tieU upon whlh to base their cam-
paigns. On the foors ot the legisia-
tive is as owhbere else have theur
opporn ,mty fo maioatm speecue
in behalf of the eaus of the voter.
And they do not tfa to use It.
Ta&Nafemre and bwar

If the amendment is passed Florida
constitution will bar from the stall
the sale or giving away of all liquid
of alcoholic nature. If defeated, th
present local option section will re

Just as It was three months ago so
oday the rae for United Sates Sea-
te .holds t place a general later-
t. Rece developments aiate
hat it is goatg to be a tailty samlia
tests. It will be hot from start to
noish." Among the ,--4tdates will be
Nme of the stromxest. some of the
most remarkable figures in the public
ife of the state.
Senator James P. Tallaferro of
aesonville will stand for re-election.
Ie will receive a very strong vote and
hat he will show strength throughout
he state is assured. He doem't get
text to the people like men like Brow-
*rd, but hia conservatism seems to
lve him a quiet strength which crops
mt on election day and gives him the
votes. And after, they are what do
he work. He is hard to defeat.
Senator Tallaterro's foremost antag-
nlist will be former Gov. Napoleon B.
Toward. One of the strongest fig-
Ire that has ever stood jorth In the
political arena of the stae and a man
ecognized by his worst political ene-
mies as one of the biggest vote-get-
era out, he will make a big rac He
presents the opposition to the fac-
Lon behind the presmt senator, which
s kpown as th, conservative element.
Ie went down In defeat before Sena-
tor Duncan U. Fletcher )n the pri-
Marles of last 'year, after one 9f the
hbot remarkable short-time races ever
pulled off In the state. But he's Just
as confident as ever now, if he makes
he race. He has almost the same as
old his friends that he would run.
LEnglle and His Auto
Congressman Sparkman.of the First
listrlt will not oppose Senator Talil-
erro. He is too Important a man In
congress, apd the people of the First
and especially of Tampa, want him to
remain in the lower house for a while
ret He occupies a very strong posl-
ion ofr the Rivers and Harbors com-
nittee. And besides, he and Senator
Tallaferro are too good friends to be
opposed to each other In such a race.
Congressman Spdkman will not be in
this race. He will try to go to the
senate some time In the future,
though, perhaps. -
Claude L'EngIb has already an-
nounced his candidacy. His entrance
In thp contest will provide the spice
for the dish. His work In Tallahassee
two sessions ago with J. Hugh Reese
first attracted attention of various
knds to him. He's undoubtedly the
most Jumped-anto man in Florida.
There are few state papers but that
give It to him occasionally. He took
a prominent part in working for the
Cash primary bill and some other
measures of a reform nature during
the last sesalon 'of the legislature as
an editor.
But his race is going to be unique.
He has arranged with the manufac-
turers of a certain automobile to get
the use of a anacehin free for his cam-
paign. He isn't going to bother witl
the expense of a campaign head-
quarters and manager. In fact, he
expects to spend not over 4.000 on the
race. He's going to go all over tiO
state three times. And while man]
will laugh at Claude Llange for even
golag Into the nes, he will turn a
vote that will surprise people.
lIuNMt Wants It, Too
West Florida has ambitions in tho
senatoria line. That section produce
excellent political timber, and in th
past has given to the state some o
er best men. Some day It will agali
be granted recognition. This time thf
Hon. W. A. Blount of Pensacola It
seriously thinking of going into thq
race. He is charged with being on thb
side of the corporation Interests
.Corporation interests" is a term
which causes some people to stand 01
their heads in Florida when they hea
It used. Bomp for fear It's eoithbinli
that's gIng to hurt them and some to
fear It's too much their way. But Mi
Bloaunt Is representative of the conser
native faction.
If he goes into the race he wil dra'
a big vote in west Florida. That i
a Broward stronghold, and It is ala
probable that L'ngle will get man
votes out there, as some of his beh
friends in the last legislature wer
welt Floridlans. As a result the wes
Florida vote will be hashed all up 1
the first -primary. Mr. Blount wli
make a vigorous contest for the place
if he does enter the race.

The fight over the statewide prohi
bition amendment to the comstitutlo
It attracting wide interest. Slowly
but- surely and determinedly hot
aides are setting reedy for the contest

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The readers of this paper will be WW --
pleased to learn that there is at least --
eme dreaded disease that science has
bea able to ewe in all stages, and The Equatorial Republi Fittingly
itt scatawrh. Hall's Catarr' Curet c.-mm r te Ctiai of
Is te 0only positive cure now known.
to the medical fraternity. Catarri' br- et'th American ln-Ipo-deme
Ing a eoartit tonal disease, requires a
msutotionanl treatment. H.;ll's Ca- ,' Ecuador, Aug. IL-To com-
tarrh Cure is taken InterrV .. actir.- .e "the first cry for indeped-I
dir union the bkt.d and mucous -: in South America." a national e.I
surfaces of the system, thereby de- l position was opened In Quito yester-
stroy~ng the foundation of the disease, !day with great popular rejoicing.
sad sting the patient strength by Yeterday was the centennial anniver.
building up the constitution and as-i-ary of the beginning of the struggle
acting t nature in doing its work. The: for freedom from the yoke of Spanish
proprietors have so much faith i its oppressi.:.n and the exposition Is a
emtUye powers that they offer One worthy ;-nument to that historic
Hundred Dollars or any case, that It conflict. Ecuador is untroubled by the
aB to cure. Sent for list of testi- disputes now agitating other South
mMialSn Adrew.s, F. J. Cheney & Co., American republics and the opening
Taldo, Ohio. of the big fair yesterday was heralded
NOM by all drugsts, 75c. Take Hall's as the Inaugural of un unprecedented
hFamly Plus for constipation. eia of progress.
'. "Many magnificent edifices have beem
W. E. STEVENS KILLED erected for the exposition, the largest
.. . being the Ecuadorian government
St Augustne, Aug. 11.-W. E. Ste- building. The United States has a
train dispatcher of the Florida 000 structure modelled after the
t Coast Railway and formerly a White House and there is an exten-
telegraph operator In Jacksonville, fell sive American exhibit whlehl I re-
from the coal shute in New St. Augus- suit eventually in a largely increased
tine yesterday, and sustained Internal ;trade with the United Wates..
juries that resulted hisdeath. France has an extensive exhibit, as
th is deat. have Chile, Colombia, Peru and Nica-
IF YOU KNEW l ragua. The fine arts building is a
S merits of the Texas Wonder, you handsome edifice and attracted much
oth merits of the Texas Wonder, you attention among the vistdora.
would never suffer from kidney, blad- Ecuador has never been more pros-
der of rheumatic trouble. f bottle two I perous than at the present time, and
month's treatment. Sold by druagistsl!on account of, the recent completion
or bymail. Send for testimonials. Dr. of the new railway from Guayaquil.
E. W. Hall, 299S Olive Street St. the main seaport, to Quito, the work
LoUIS, Mo. of traniportlng material for the build-
ings was greatly facilitated. This rail-
GREAT MASONIC GATHERING way Is one of the wonders of South
America, reaching as it does a point
Atlanta a., Aug. 11.-The annual 11000 feet above sea level as its high-
convention of the Fifth District Ma- est l point.
sons began here last night with an
address of welcome by Mayor Mad- KLEN A F
dox, of Atlanta. At least 5,000 visiting KILKENNY CAT FIGHT
Masons are here. Including the grand OF AN ITALIA.o COUPLE
masters of Florida. Alabama and
North qnd South Carolina. Chicago. Aug. 10.-After locking
their two children in a bed room and
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE fastening all the doors of their flat.
A French scientist has discovered Antonio Spizzirri and his wife, Anna,
one secret of long life. Him method went Into the darkened parlor yester-
deals with the blood. But long ago day and tried to kill each other. The
millions of Americans had proved woman was shot twice and stabbed
Electric Bitters prolongs life and twice with a stiletto and died before
makes It worth living. It purifies, en- the police arrived. The husband was
riches and vitalizes the blood, rebuilds shot twice also and may die. A re-
waste nerve cells, Imparts life and i volver and a knife were found near the
tone to' the entire system. It's a god- sofa, on which the woman lay dead,
send to weak, sick and debilitated and another revolver was found beside
people. "Kidney trouble had blighted the husband's body. The disordered
my life for months," writes W. M. room indicated a terrible struggle.
Sherman, of Cushing, Me., "but Elec- Sp!zzirri turned on his side as the po-
tric Bitters cured me entirely." Only; lice, called by a neighbor, broke Into
0Oc at all druggists, the room with a sledge hammer. He
tore a letter Into bits before the po-
A PLEASANT LADY lice could stop him. This letter when
TO LIVE WITH translated from the Italian may solve
the mystery. It is thought that Spia-
Atlnts, Ga., Aug. 10.-Wildly flash- .irri was jealous of his wife.
Ing a revolver and exclaiming "I'll put
you in you grave before night." Mrs. -
G. C. Downs. who afterwards told the "
police that she is half Indian and half l
Spaniard. rushed Into a shop on North ll
Pryor street yesterday afternoon and P, o 1 '
leveling the revolver at the head of '
her husband, who was at his work, fir- a i 4
ed. The bullet went wild and before
another shot could be fired Downs < Th.,-k f h.
took the revolver from his wife. aw, tempting to make
Mrs. Downs was locked up. To the Lt cr in the
police she reiterated her threats isap\it
against her husband. wI ith
It is said the trouble between Mr. sO
' and Mrs. Downs grew out of a trival J "
r dispute over Downs' refusal to accom- I,
Span his wife on a visit to some place POWul
SIn the city. I .,.h -Pa at..' .I.f... ,.A- I
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ine eU t e matesrm (je n u M e
Srea-n i Ic:; i/. ittyA, fneng and
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL ae, A",t utonece"tadish
-a,? r.,'" go &t o'e. o&

Health Is Worth Savinq, and ome Yo-r r.,: wl tell yor il about
S Oala People Know I ow it, or you can get a booA. i om the
to Save it Genese Pure Food Co, Le Boy,
Many Ocala people take their lives N. Y., if you will write t'iem.
in their hands by neglecting the kid- Grocers sell JelLO. e Cream Pow
neys wheq they know these organs er two packages for P cents.
need help. sick kidneys are response -
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
ill health, but there is no need to suf-
fer nor to remain in danger when all
diseases and aches and pains due to
weak kidneys can be quickly and per- U A
manetly cured by the use of Doan'umrs
Kidney Pills.
Jos. ckert. living on Thompson St.. ---
Starke. Fi&., says: "I am very glad In Connectior With the Notel O-ce
to reco..aund Dean's Kidney Pills as
they proved of great b ,efit to me. Skilled woramen and courteous at-
At the time I began their use my con- tension to all. Special attention to.
edition was very, poor. Tl kidney se tention to all. Special attention to
cretioms were Irregular in action andl children.
whe -allowed to stand deposited a (
sediment. My back ached" intensely. J ELECTRIC MASSAGE
and was very lame and rore. It was -
hard for me to stoop or lift. I could HOT AND OLD WATER
not rest well at night, and mornings AD OL WATER
upon arising, was tired and worn out.
When I heard of Doan's Kidney Pilli, R A DFTTRICH Pu*ris
I decided to give them a trial and pro- R. As I I.DlgN. r Il1
cured a box. This remedy effected a i
complete cure In my case. The back- ---..
ache and lameness disappeared, the
kidneys were strengthened and the H P I I L IPS
secretions brought back to a normal C. vI P.- -P I I
condition. My wife also used Doan'.-*
Kidney Pills and they gave her CoatactS Bmd BaSdB.
relief from kidney complaint."- .
Plenty more proof'-like this from Plans and Speclncatos furnished
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s Plans and Slectacatous Furntshed
drug store and ask what their custo- tLpon Request.
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 12 South Third St,
cents. Fo ster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, Ph*me 130. OCALA, LA.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
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I will place an electric smoothing
Iron In your home oa a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with


Undertakers and Emkbale

D. E. Melver

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Sette.n wa M ordered by AIdAs.
er 0aanrmn
Boston. Mass., Aug. IL-4nfldrfg
Mrs. Button's cetetio hat h" er,
was shot h~ Ab apos naval oehr@s.
Sergeat Arehie Todd. corporal a the
guard oa the aight ot the tragedy,
dlared yesterday that be saw the
fastal shot fired. Following a telegram
saying he was wanted at Aapoll a-
a witness Todd willily tld hl
story. "When dolo4 duty at midnight
the day of the trqgWy, said Todd. "1
saw a figure in shirt sleeves. 325 feet
distant. Later I aw Liutewests
Adams or Osterman. Te first man
started ruling when a voice called;
"Stop running; you are under..arrest,
II shoot." The man did not atop and
a minute lai I heard a revolver re-
port. There were three other shots.
The man who was running dropped. I
bent over his figure and found it was
Button. A hole was In his forehead."
Todd said he could not Idetify the
voice, but it came from the spot
where Adams and Osterman stood.
"Did the flash come from the same
spot as the voice?" was then asked.
"I will tell that on the stand," re-
plied Todd. .
Why the Investigelon is Held
Annapolls. Md, Aug. 11.-Mrs. Rose
BSutton Parker. Lieutenant Sutton's
sister, took the stand yesterday and
when she testified .that her brother
could not be buried in consecrated
ground because the family are Roman
Catholics and the naval court gave a

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the reason for the family's determi-
nation to clear Sutton's name was

Every housekeeper recognizes the I f i -Mq: k-f1
need of effective remedies to be used SI-
in'enmergencles-when something must. W
be done right away. Such a remedy k --i a
is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises, for strained muscles and ffWGliCas n[T1 W q
for the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Burns and cuts are M sr
Instantly relieved by it and helped to '
healing. Its mission of mercy began ..
seventy years ago. It is used in all *
countries and millions of bottles are
sold annually. There is but one Pain-
killer, Perry Day is. Have you seen l i i
the large new 5ce. size? 6 -- -, r ,


Convention of Poetmasters of Third
and Fourth Class in Ocala
August 18th
With a large membership comprised
of postmasters of third and fourth
class offices, the Florida State Post-
masters' League will be convened in
annual assembly at noon Wednesday,
August 18th, In the courthouse at
Ocals. Leaves of absence have been
granted to all postmasters of these

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classes by the first assistAnt postmas- : a: iA
ter general In order that all who de- Made from distilled water sad of t
sire may attend the convention, by our Red Wage Delivery. Ord tSr
The members of the league are not poses also taken by or drive rs, e i
what are known as presidential post-
masters, and are therefore not ap- rn
pointed by the president, nor are they
under the direction or jurisdiction of
the civil service or presidency.
t here are tour classes of postofflees, **- f[ R um _.FIA
classed according to the gross receipts D i
of. office. In order to become a first- MGM --
class postoffice the annual gross re-_ __ _
ceipts must be $40,000 or over; to be-
come a second elass postofcee, $8,000
or over; to become a third elass post- -FOR HEAL'r ANB
office, $1,900 or over. The gross re- /
ceipts of the fourth class offices are T
therefore under these figures. The e.
Jacksonville office is, of course, pf the H2VWAfld W hIIP. Ali

first class, and ranks high in the de-
partment The postal receipts during
last year alone amounted to over
There pre many postoffices of the
third and fourth classes in the state,
and a large attendance at the coming
annual convention will doubtless be
The' officers of thb league are as
J. W. Lundy, Paris, president
Miss Marion W. Sargent, Avon Park,
Miss Annie E. Allen, Orange Park,
Much enthusiasm is being manifest-
ed In the meeting and it is hoped to
make it the most successful yet held.
An interesting program ham been pre-
pared, consisting of papers to be read
by those in attendance.
The following are among the sub-
Jects to be treated: "
A Postmaster's Duty in League
Work and How We Can Interest the
Indifferent Postmaster?
What Can We Do to Raise the
Standard of the Work Done by Our
Class and Properly Fit Us for Civil
Recent Department Orders and
Their Improvement of the Service.
Benefits Derived from the League to
the Service and Postmasters; Its Aims
and Objects.
Needed Reforms and Best Plans for
Compensation for Fourth Class Offices.
Benefits of Saving Banks.
to three doctors; was kept in bed for
five weeks. Blood poisoned from a
spider's bite caused large, deep sores
to cover his leg. The doctors failed.
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com-
pletely cured me," writes John Wash-
ington, of Bosquesville, Tex. For
ecsema, boils, burns and piles it's su-
preme. 25c at all druggists.

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No comsumptives. Hot and. Cold .Slpht MJ
Special attention to mountain partles. g'
information address G. C. R.OAN2, M9- (-
worth Inn, Asheville.)

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porteJ by State and Fediera Fle ...
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In Arts and Sciences; Agrultu
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n ited.Ul King, Wbi WiN ive One of His Unequalled Performances
at the Air Deme This Evening.

i A" The reason the railroad cor- Mssissippi. Connecticut. Ohio, and
4% bdMlIs g a bridge at this Florida. and fee the porter.
Is because the government de- Participated In the business meeting
1WCa? hboads the bridge to be built must of the association by appointment to
... m* da wrW and o. high up to let all discuss profitable telegraph service to
i. lInt Vessels sad steam craft jpas small dailies and outside "takes" In
i the Sa. which would make editorial business, taking Editor W. F.
i ag -. it ~ '--ag' very expensive as the Stovall of the Tampa Tribane, as an
6M0BW a .is only a few feet example of what some men can do by
g s hvIe ab e the rivers leveL I Indulging in side issues in connection
.' An ar later fond us taking the with editorial work. Probably Edi-
el .tet the Oaklid train for Ban Praneisco, tor Stovall is the most successful ex-
Ji ^.'-f lM J e o readers understand was ample -of any man in the business in
nl i p rested by earthquake and Florida in making profitable ventures
i 0ee 02'ri ago last April, one of outside his newspaper office. The au-
li greatest e-lmitles that has ever dience seemed greatly pleased with
sbtirm Any city. The greatest darn- the story told by me and afterwards
J t = W erCUMase from the fire, caused by the plied me with all iaanner of questions.
Stihe qae breaking the water main' Have been busy all week seeing the
In,. Oe e ity and thus leaving no means sights of Riverside, San Bernadina,
i M mtUfeet to star the devouring progress of the Redlands and in due time will chron-
It g f.mEs But the marvel Is that it has icle them. Tomorrow and Saturday
sin l tevet its as-t- been so generally rebuilt and in the I will visit my nephew. G. E. Bittin-
'. feet and is t bIstmnes sectit of the city a stranger ger, of Los Angeles, vice president of
-~ "a. falls to see the ruins of the late dip- the First National Bank of that city,
afei he er fi te presence of so many truly whose business represents over eight-
#tog"l a lbesat business blocks. We must teen million a year and whose cash
J ll Dwre d not omit the mention of the Golden balance daily is over five million. I'll
iir t'1 'uGte Park, with Its 1013 acres, four then turn my steps homeward.
iiIN llak. Mskirt- miles long and two wide and varied C. L. Bittinger.
pwg'i g downm attractions. The Cliff House and
wind' i ng la l sa eal Rocks. but on this occasion the
rbtri seals were gone and only one was via-
and whkb-we regret as we desired to .2
W a Mk once more on the shaggy sides
a seane body f huge old Ber
y l petgm Btler, who or a quarter of a cen-
M rpM. ,t y been the meet noted seal on
.2to)Vl radn and always looked for by
ig it lu evary one who visits this noted re- -
ew4 1n W.e were ermed he wks still
-wf al1 6M9 the e a c t&f tie walk and was taking a
low. '. ~~gfumamew vacation out to sea. DON'T NEED GLASSES
lthe plS w di ;We were very much Interested in Many people do not need glasses but
iliW: -qth*I* r -lrwso U4 Park, a beauty spot of a block most people do.
11" 3i- ,a- heart of the city, in which You may be one of the majority.
M l i te;art =1al a 11 monument to"Adminral George There are two ways of finding out
Orlte In ti treetod by public spirited and One-await for time and disease to
i .a ati W citizens of Man Francisco to drive you to it.
al < l-g aMa rtoe Dewey'a-victory at Ma- Two-Consult us about It.
MM n b nudu aSlla In 1a8. We Can Tell You whether or not you
Vl^WI's a very Talk about hotels! San Francisco need them. DR. D. M. BONETY,
to, 4ol has then alone, and their furnishings Eyesight Specialist.
: pLatue a t truly regal. We stopped at the St. Ocala, Fla.
A Ithas ely aPbeis, ftela g Union Park, and It Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
Sat yast Ir- spepesthai the ingenuity of man could to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
s design anything more sumptuous oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
assarM ou sad there are others. We
3 SW the new Palace HoteL the build- SEABOARD AIR LINE
*-th lag JUt up and to be completed and
iLu l throMw open this fall. It occupies the EXCURSION TO FERNANDINA
Ere 41 git. b*, the style of architecture -
18 t gh* at I tirdel 1ifferent from that of the On Monday. August 23rd, the Sea-
ml t bitldlng. It belongs to the estate board will run an excursion from
b~ut aa., mw Al V Ae late "Lucky Baldwin." a great Ocala to Fernandina and return for
.tg ti ablt up- hracter ta his day. a man who rose $1 for the round trip. Train will
of eal y elaracter. from povety to wealth, made and Jost leave Ocala at 6 a. m. and returning
l a tfthe Plie slope several fortunes and passed away a will leave Fernandina at p. m. A
ptam g pa I pa year ago a very wealthy man. He was Pullman chair car will be attached
'AU t~gsu-..r greatt patiaa of the turf and owned and reservations in same can be had
wiipUhe &s lonag string of fleet-tooted horses. by applyin- to the city ticket agent's
a tsM Str dinuser. The trial of the San Francisco graft- office. H. C. Raysor,
wIn afte m AS a .' eM was the theme of conversation, City Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
*, &ep-ta booklet and the difficulty of getting Jurors.
lHeeentigM-story of Out of 1,50 only one man was ac- If you are run down Foley's Kidney
Il the ewwth sd epted for jury duty. It is the con- Remedy will help you. It strengthens
pft y. Lads a$ census of opinion that the grafters de- the kidneys so they will eliminate the
SAl' dl ulhelr trib- serve a long stay at St. Quentin, the Impurities from the blood that de-
iM'I i $ to 2$3 am state penitentiary, press the nerves, and cause exhaus-
isr- aeanmgs eW- Sean Fracisco is certainly a great tion, backache, rheumatism, and uri-
I i vary winame aUd' wonderful city. with over half a nary Irregularities. which sap the vi-
ol. M ordu1, million people and still growing. It tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's
gsv y ap :Vwonderfhl to see the new business Kidney Remedy at once. Sold by all
ad pasma- bt kr ahd houses going up in an dl- dealers.
VtL witl which "'ectons. Rents have materially come
bi1 yes should down within a year. Houses that HOUSES FOR RENT
"ws.l the peo-. Irnted for and $40 a month are Modern cottages, an conveniences,
vr 1 valley.- "now lentiftl at $30 and $25. well located and new. Apply to Jos-
dtlnpugas ( oth S*e one either by mistake or In- *ph Bell. at court house.
'tt adopt -* tention purloined the writer's suit-
thanelmve, Mae and all his personal adornment.
on the way out. He lost a lens out of IN CASE OF FIRE
isat tsgal h-e ls writing glasses, which deprived Th Ocala Telephone company has
lmm ,arks M a of thU Pvellese of reading for a had placed ol Teehone company has
in ijo t -so' W du I )apg tea ges few days, uatil said lens was found in
.Sa ,tu malk a aSather ear by Mr. F. L. McKenzile, of P"hone throughout the city a card
,U engine Tllaslee, Ala., and restored to the bearing the following inscription: "In
Sevr body awner, to his great relief and pleas- case of fire call central and say Tire
at plug the number of the fire
wth ehlt oleA- Wan honored by being made captain plug nearest the phone being given.
.H b anod agent, of Pullman ear Taqul on trip fr Th Is a very commendable spirit and
apl a ess agent and Chae o to Seattle. The honorable will eliminate the uncertain method
i ?ij~ i. b- a a duties were to supply information en formerly in use of calling the fire sta-
ni he eamas ye Petrs to the Inmates of said car. who Uon and saying there is a fre near
ilt hit offee represented the states of Michigan, John Smith's house. These cardsa
i Hatild a s b g New TYork, Illnois, Indiana. Iowa, should be kept on the 'phone so any
r^^^^ I**UB ked --r- ~- .one wishing to turn in an alarm can
^ j j PO 5I~ readily see what is the nearest fre

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Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
P Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine In use for the relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should be taken at first unnatural
*f looseness of the bowels. It is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures.
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your lose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.

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Oflce Over the Muree & Chambllss

Rooms 9, 10 and 11.
Second Floor, Holder Block,


Dental Surgeon
emue ver -umdu amB
Pbone 211.
Office hours: to 12 a. r : 1 to
6 p. C a.


efle-Second Floor The Munroe A
Chamblin Bank Building, Ocala.
relephones-M-Oce. 222; Residence
221. -
Ofce Hors-9 to 12 a. a.; 2 to 4
P. .L; 1:30 to 8:20 p. M.


MPhysiCa. a I SwimN
Gineal Practice Calls Made Proeptly
Ni3.t or Day
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
ease of Women and Children
Offle: Rooms 3-22 Holder Building
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333.
evidencee, No. 333.
1 Prati_ _11_ MaePr__p_

I receive dally satpments of choice
fresh and salt water fish of thi best
varieties,. I handle nothing but flah.
and handle them right.



Is -a Ahhm Drys. Met se,
Sf, Nf Tb -sear to Naw.
GOne th Liskit.
MaNogtmry. Ala., A. 1L--4ov.
COMt at 4:M-a -esterday after.M
signed Om cacrehael prohibittiom bill1
in the presence of Mrs. J. L Mel
prmidment of the Alabama Bmiti,
Woman's Christisa Temperance Umr
on. and other women.
An odd coicideaee was that Sena-
tor Hamburger of Mobile. was the
oas member of the legislature pres-
ent. He had gone to the executive
oC4ce on other business. Senator
Hanmbrger was one of the two sea-
tors who voted agalst the bill and the
only senator who spoke against It.
Under this act It Is unlawful to sell
or to store say liquids ,ttabwh'g,
more than one-half of one per cent.
alcohoL Locker clubs are legal and
the possession of a United States in-
ternal revenue cease shall be con-
sidered prima face evidence of guilt.
Truly. Alabama is tonight a dry state.
The Fuler bill and the Ballard bill
are still pending in the houae. They
are more radical than the Carmichael
bill and are designed to aid in the
enforcement of the latter. The Puller
bill prohibits any. sort of lquor adver-
tisng and throws every safeguard
around the law. The Ballard bill pro-
vides for the impeahihent of oMCcer
who fall to put the law into effect.
Both of these bills will be passed.
The contest over the bin submitting
to the people In November an amend-
meat to the constitution excluding li-
quors from Alabama forever, will
come up in the senate tomorrow. Both
sides to the contest claimh victory.

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A Florida Ofrage oreowr W 1 Tr'
Charge n of eW amo
Port Orange. Aug. IL-Coretlna
Christlancy. of Port Orange, who
owns some fne orange grove property
In this adetion, has accepted the man-
agement of the grove property of Al-
len, Martin & Holms, of -New York
City, which is situated pt San Juan.
Porto Jlco.
Mr. Chriatlaney and family left Port
Orange for a week's vIdt at Wah-
ington, New York JAd Cape Cod, 4o
Thursday, and on August 21at W B fl8
from New York for Porto Rico. Dur-
Ing Mr. Chrtiancys asheece the Al-
landale grove and other' plaperty at
Port Orange will ue loshed'lur bg
Wb. C. Howes. "' : .
Mr. Christlancy is -a thorough bl*
ness man and well understa9.d the
orange business. He has made very
marked success with his grosves I Vh.
lusla county and wIl ae doubt he
quite as successful t Ar-pff Pr

It seemed .to J. A. Stone, a v ar,
veteran, of Kemp, Tex.,. tata .Lplat
existed between a desperate- lun trout.
ble and the grave to cause hie seth.
"I entracted a stAbborn od," he
writes. "that developed a coumC that
stuck, to me. In pft f-all-fummedlMes,
for years. My weight ran dea1 to120
pounds. Then I began to use Zr.
King's New Discovery, which rstored
my health completely. I-now weigh
178 pounds." For severe colds, obott-
nate coughs, hemorrhages, astlma.,
and to prevent paumoila It -.n-
rivaled. -c and St. Trial bottle
free. G eranteed by all drugl tI.
Booked to sail yesterday rom New
York for Europe was the waterways
cQamission, consisting of Senators
Theodore Burton, Ohio; William Alden
Smith, of Michigan; Jacob Glinger,
of New Hampshire; F. M. gfWl .ga
of North Carolina; Representatives
Alexander, of New York; Stevenas of
Minnesota; Wagner, of Pemnasyivala;
Moon, of Tennessee; Sparbkman, o
Florida and Cassidy, of Ohio' These
commissioners are. to visit Europe I
search of information as to the best
methods of solving the problems edM -
fronting them.
Is the only way to describe the pooeer
child that Is afflicted with worms, No
matter how much or bow often It eats,
the worms get all the nourishment
from the food, the child gets priet-
cally none. White's Cream Vermi-
fuge gets rid of the worms quickly.
easily and with no bad after effects.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Sold by apl

New York Babies Dying by teer
With Het
New York, Aug. 11.-Forty Intinta
are in the morgue, the greatest num-
ber since the Slocum disaster. as a re-
suit of the terrible heat All the ho-
pitals are crowded with vnosratis
cases. Five deaths of adalty were re-
ported up to noon.
All persons are reeommendea4 to.
take Foley's Kidney Remedy SW
backache rheumatism, and kIdas
and bladder trouble. It will quklf
coreet urinary Irregularities. whkkh.
neglected, may develop Into a prise
illnes. It will restore health -d
strength. Do not neglect slgss o
kidney or bladder trouble and risk
Bright's disease or diabetes. Soud by
all dealers.


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Red Men meet tomorrow night.

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Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Fill-g cases at the Ocala News Co.
PIctare pUmZle Post cards at the
Ocala House.
Mr. (has. W. Smith of New Orleans.
is at the Ocala House.
Call and see the new books tl theo
the Ocala --ws Co.

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_L KeIAflEI ..._"Mfl* DVeNR .AFLUS
.ti. Miss Sara D. Pannin was married
Mr. Frank Clarkson of Jac',sonvill ,, t, Mr. C'larence Harper.
is at the Ocala House. T --li bride is well known in Ocala.
'"vi. passed d some months here last

HaVe YOU A.en the pieti!,"t pLFZ)#, nt theC". News o?

Mr. 41. Johnson of Bartow, is
Ocala House.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the
at the Postoffice Drugstore-.

at the



I N M PANY --Messrs. J. B. Malloy and J. D. and
R. A. Baskln. of Anthony. were among
TA PA FLOR D -yesterday's arrivals at the Montezuma
FOR SALE-One large walnut ward-
robe. $10; refrigerator (50 lbe. Ice.3 5:
one extension dining table, &k, $3. W.
[ IstaHl H. Clark, Ocala.
C Omot Accurac y a characteristic. is the
Icc o motto of the Court Pharmacy's pre-

Extraordinary Sale

Thusday, Aug,. 12
' .1* '

I "d ^ Dr. W. C. Johnson of Tampa is at
the Ocala House.
I JdIL M. FOR SALE-Fine walnut roller top
desk, cheap. Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood.
and Striped Lwn Mr. O. Iarwell of Perry Is at the
15 cents a Yard oMontesma*
15 cents a ar Mr. B. V. WIggins of Gainesville Is
a guest of the Montezuma.
A Peroxide Cream, for the complexion,
i yat the Court Pharma-y.
Mr. Phillip Broom of Dunnellon is at
Window.) at the Montesuma.

for oo..ds that are or doses WM' wnl cure any ease
f for fio fd Uhi. aetC o a cnd aad ever.yPr ice 2
m ade oi Mr. J A. Parham of Dunnelon is a
ade ofs e a est of the Montezuma.
-his stock .f LawI s A new shipment 'of peroxide cream
Just In at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. A. H. Geiger of Atlanta is a late

1 Pe 1 vTharday o arrival at the Montezuma.a
Do you smoke? Then try that XI-
Smanles smoker at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. 0. D. Williams of Crystal River
S Is at the Montezuma.
Edwards' meat market will close at
3 p. m. on Thursdays.
11Be Trem~ate ftL 5 or doomes will cure any case-.
of Chills and Vewr. Price 21e.
Bathing eaps just received at the
EIAL Court Pharmacy.
S ReaOdy" R RENT-A large pasture close
s jGoo&s and Rea In. Apply at this office.
n bhe in to_ arriv Nuanally's fine candies fresh every
*9aweek only at the Postofflce Drugstore.

Mr. H. J. Werst and Mr. W. C.
Knight, of Atlanta, are guests of the
i' Ocala House.
Y E T R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksonville,
a handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dosen.

rown house located FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, two
blocks from square, modern conven-
set, near the Syna- Jenoes; 24 Watula street.
xck from Oklawaha Mrs. Edith Moulton of Winter Hav-
SPr e .en, was a guest of the Montezuma
yesterday and last might.
WANTED-4 or 5-roc-n cottage lan
healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. X.
0 0 04L X., Star office.
Mr. C. A. Gardner of Tampa, state
agent for the Remington typewriter,
is at the Montezuma for a few days.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
s end for, fill and deliver your pre-
RANK, M r .scriptions promptly.
FRANK, Mgr* Mrs. Mary E. and Eugene Long of
Reddlck, were at the Montezuma
WN iWTl1 CO., OCDW yesterday
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
-- Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Mr. W. E. Martin of Moss Bluff. is
In town today and made the Star an
appreciated call.
Are you troubled with dandruff?
Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonle
at the Court Pharmacy.
OU r 'Mr. H. W. Tucker carried his hand-
cuff artist out to show him the beau-
ties of Silver Springs tl !s afternoon.

Fv-a A a COOK WANTED-An experienced
U im ls H wanted. Apply to Judge or Miss Bell.
dy to Serve You at courthouse.
Messrs. W. S. Bassett and M. T.
PRINTr Smith of Holder, are at the Monte-
sums hotel.
t9 Do not forget that you can find any.
.. thing you want in crockery and glass-
xOU W nt it II ware at the ocala News co.
When You W ant It .Sheriff George Carter of Inverness..
was a business visitor in town yester-
^ day and stopped at the Montezuma.
., We hav3 the nicest line of hair
brushes, combs and other toilet artl-
eles in the e'ty. Tydings & Co.
y RD R FOR RENT-Five-roomn house near
pumping station. Apply to 'I. C.
Jones, Oscala Bottlink Works. Ocala.
a. 4-25-tf


Secretary D. S. Williams of the Ma-
rion County Fair Association states
that lumber Is being hauled out to the
fair grounds and that a force of car-
penters will be placed at work on the
new building next Monday. The ppres-
ent buildings, fences, grandstand, etc.,
will be placed in good repair and the
buildings or floor space will be more
than doubled, and that It will be all
taken up at the coming fair there is
no doubt.
At the home of the brides parents

i IT'Asolln-


KILS Mosquitoes BedbMU

terbags, AnM, Flew.
Destroys term and
steriliaes the eggs of,
all insect_
CLEANS Funiiture, CaVp
Rugs, Curtains, Etc,
positively harmless to
the goods.
DISINFECTS thoroughly,
and an absolute pro
ventitive of all con.
tagious diueases to
man and beast.

S ;s office editor of the Baptist
'.. .....s. She made'many friends in
this city, particularly in the Star of-
fice. where her work was located, her
kindly intelligent spirit winning her
the esteem of the entire force. When
the Witness moved to Arcadia she
went with it. and shortly after she
took th. position of field editor for
the paper and traveled throughout the
state in its interest. She did a great
work for the Witness, making friends
for the paper as well as herself.
Mr. Harper is connected with the
office of the government engineer in
Tampa. He is a pleasant gentleman
and competent business man. Mr. and
Mrs. Harper have gone to Georgia on
their wedding tour. and on their re-
turn will make Tampa their home.
The Star joins their other friends "in
wishing them a long and prosperous
Tomorrow and Friday Ocala fanj
will have two of the most exciting
games of the season to attend. Palat-
ka comes here with her strong team
on those days. .This team has beaten
Ocala three out of four already, and
taken games from the strong teams
of Sanford. Orlando and Gainesville at
various times. Manager Kalbfleld has
gathered together one of the strong-
est aggregations of baseball players in
the state. On the other hand, Ocala
promises to put the strongest team in
the field forms hee ame that we
have had this season. As tomorrow
is a half-holiday the grandstand and
bleachers will be packed and if you
don't go you'll miss a treat.
Look over our line of toilet prep-
arations. We are quite proud of the
fine stock: Perfume.. powders and
soaps of the finer grades. Tydings &
We are showing the best 25c. box of
writing paper that we have ever had,
and if you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this fromwn
the Postofflce Drugstore.
Messrs. J. W. Akin and Paul Durand,
of the Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.
who have the contract to install the
new fountain at the Postoffcle Drug-
store, have the fountain nearly placed,
and the customers of this popular
resort will be drinking cooling bev-
erages at the "same old stand" in a day
or two. It Is a very handsome foun-'
FOR RENT-Cottage on corner of
Tuscawila and South First streets.
All modern Improvements, ten-foot
verandas: windows and doors screen-
ed. Apply to Dr. E. Van Hood.
Mr. Sam Fosnot of Eastlake. was in
town today and will remain over to-
night as the guest of his friend. Mr.
Paul Durand of the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Co.
There is no game law against any
one hunting for PLANK'S CHILL
TONIC. It's guaranteed to. cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll
probably know.
Mr. Robert B. Murrell has sold his
residence on North Main street next
to the foundry block 'and will leave to-
day or tomorrow for California to Join
his father. Mr. F. W. Ditto handled
the property.
People with chronic bronchitis, as-
thma and lung trouble, will find great
relief and comfort in Foley's Honey
and' Tar, and can avoid suffering by
commencing to take it at once. Sold
by all dealers.
Messrs. J. and P. Roth and Mrs. P.
Roth, of Philadelphia, are In town and*
guests of the Montezuma. The Mes-
srs. Roth are eye specialists and have
made several visits to Ocala during
the past few months. They expect to
locate here.
There is no better stock of fine
writing papers in the city then we
carry. Come In and look It over ft
you want something really nlee. Ty-
dings & Co.
I have a late model No. 5 Under-
wood typewriter. ,which has not been
used over ninety days. and will sell
for 860 cash. or on terms. Felix H.
Sisk,. Ocala House.
We have a most exquisite line of



Report for July
July 1st there were nine patients In
the hospital. Twelve patients were
brought In during the month, twenty-
one were treated, twelve discharged.
two died and July 31st there are sev-
en patients still confined.
During the month the donations
r as follows: Rev. H. E. Gabby,
rature; The Munroe & ChambHlss,
oad box wood; J. R. Martin, trait.
chicken 5; Mr. McCiymonds, litera-
ture: Mr. Durisoe, bottle of Florida
syrup; city, electric lights; Ocala Ice
& Packing Co", 6 pounds of Ice per
day; Evening Star, two copies daily;
Ocala Banner, two copies daily.
Ia B. McMeekins. Head Nurse.
Sam Christian'went out to Kendrick
yesterday, to transact some business
for Mclver & MacKay. and while out
there noticed two A. C. L. trains trav-
eling in opposite directions with the
evident intention of trying to pas on
the same track. Sam's study of natural
philosophy having taught him that
was an impossibility. he Interfered and
flagged the trains down in time to pre-
vent the right of way from being
messed up.
Mrs. R. A. Detterica and daughter,
Miss Grace, left on the morning train
for Jacksonville and will go on to
their former home at Durand. Mich..
a few miles from -Flint, where they
will spend several months with rela-
Mrs. W. W. Whitman brought her
Infant daughter up from Istachatta
yesterday, to, obtain medical treatment
for the little one. The little baby was
past helping however, and died last
night The sorrowing mother took.
the remains to Webster for burial to-
All members of Aerie 1814, F. 0. E..
are requested to be present at the spe-
cial meeting at Yonge's hall Wednes-
day evening, to arrange for the enter-
tainment of the state convention. Re-
freshments will be served.
F. G. B. Welhe. Acting See'y.
PF. W. Ditto. President
The A. R. Toph residence near the
heights on South Third street. Good,
roomy house, large Jot, stables. etc.
Apply to P. W. Ditto or Guy Toph nt
How Is that. This is not an auto-
mobile. but one of those new 8-inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have just received. Let me place one
or two of them in your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical supnly man.

Belle leade Sweets

SuWr. Frut &I Chmfte

These Idal s eamles m e
aiml y a

Court Pharmacy

Davis 100 per cent
Pure Paint
My painter said It would take 17
gallons of Lead and Oil hand-made
I finished the work with 15 gallnem
of Davis. The paint on my property
today is still in perfect eoaditiem."
0. T. Davidson, Queenstown, Md.
Paint looks Perfect-because it is
Perfect Paint.
Davis 100 per cent Pure Paint will
stand the test of the most rigid Pure
Paint Law. For sale by the Mariol
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.

The prescription department is the
main stay of any drugstore. Accuracy,
reliability, promptness and pure drgs
have made this department f ouar
business one of the largest In the
country. Send us your rescripttons.
Tydings "C Co.
Ten years experience. Referenem,
any music teacher In Ocala, any
music house in Jacksonvills. Theme
128. A. IM LLanford, city. 1--tt
A fine soda fountain for sale; cost
$350: will take $16 cash for It. Ap-
ply to S. A. Moses & Brother, eity.

WARRING AGAINST DISEASE If you are looking for prompt and
efficient service, send us your Pe-
Manila. Aug. 11.-The United States scriptions. or 'pho us and we will
government is collecting and segre- send forthem. Nothing but the bet
gating the lepers throughout the Phil- used at the Postoffee Drugstore.
Ippines. More than 2,00M have been -
found so far. All the Islangs, except
Mindanao and the provinces of Laga-
yan. Isabella and Neuve Vscaya. have
been gone over by the official search-
ers at least once. From data obtained
it is supposed about $00 lepers remain
to be discovered in the various places M oving P c ur e
yet unvisited, as In the Jungles where Vli
these unfortunate creatures have been
hidden. and Music.
Many cases are encountered where
the feet and hands and even the entire
limbs have atrophied, or withered The a of
away. Government scientists are to e1 brH.. P "-ae
study the disease called yaros, which is
said to have produced much of the
leprosy in the Philippines. NEW PIOUBR EVER DAT
More than 700 houses have been re-
moved from the cholera-Infected dis- THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT
tricts around Manila. Most of them
were on stilts on land frequently in- Porp- fowr *
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a hanmem eigt. Wre mMenlames a
lot he own ear the mew ained bMS
Mr. H. C. Paekham has mA e& m
window irames tor the big s w .
dows on the north side o the hu .
mercW Bank's ofnae. The wgwk Is a
neat Job and but for the new waed
one could not tell but what the e-
enal frames were still then

Mr. Jake lea left last ugt 2e
New York City, where he, wil a -m"
the next month in buylag hiftbIg
stock of fall and winter goods sad va .
Itng his brother. Mr. KaealsW b
some valuable real estasa In New
York which be wises to )et ovw.

fua performances to a ad eroWd at
the Air Dome last nlght Be wOu-m*
tertain the people is sand tanmmw
evenings and will then go to Daet-
Ion. Mr. Tucker has sreend Dopk
May. the Dutch coiedia g ao hI at-
traction for FIrday and. sturday
nights. Dick isnoe ot the bestatehis
Mr. A. Doenert, the expert sales
manager of this city and eerg
who has been in Georgia for the past
month, is in town for two weelM, while
looking after and superaintedl-ng a
number of big sales that are nelg op-
erated In different parts of the state
by his managers.
Mrs. Louis Home and the children
and mother. Mrs. Edwards, retired
Monday from Daytona Beach, whel
they spent some time at the Seaside
Inn. Mr. Horne and Master Charlie
Gates, who has been running the big-
Jackson car for him so uacceetully,
came over yesterday in the ear.
Mrs. John R. Martin, who has heba
in the hospital for treatment for sao
days, was to have gone to Daytema
Beach today, but the physcaleas ad-
vised her to postpone the trip for a
few days. Mrs. Martin Is getting os
nicely. Her son. W. M. Martin, Is with
his aunt. Mrs. John P. Wlliamson, at
Daytona Beach, and her little dalgh-
ter is with Mrs. A. J. Brigance.

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Sore eyes and bad colds are raging
here now. I
The friends of Mrs. R. A. Halford
are glad to know that she is recover-
ing from an attack of fever.
Mrs. Chiuter Fort has been home
hWre for a few days.
Miss Emily Halford returned home
Saturday from a pleasant visit with
friends at Sparr.
Miss America Pillans left the first
of the week for a trip through other
Master Coke Smith returned home
last week.
We notice Mr. Ben Holton on our
streets these days.
A few nights ago two daring ne-
groes, a man and a woman, broke
open and lifted Mr. J. C. Pillans' store
for a good deal of groceries and dry
goods, but only got a few cents in
money. The woman has been cap-
tured but the man is at large yet.
A. S. Nusbaum. Batesville. Indiana,
writes: '"Last year I suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre-
scrilption did not reach my case. and I
took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate it. Fortunately I
Insisted upon having Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me.
My wife has since used Foley's Honey
and Tar with the same success." Sold
by all dealers.
Plenty of rain and sunshine.
Days are long and hot.
Everything lovely and the goose
hanging pigh.
Mr. R. B. Fant had a most serious
fall last Sunday afternoon at 6:30. He
fell asleep p. Thiq is a most common
thing with everybody now-a-days.
A most lovely afternoon was spent
at the home of Mr. R. P. Prust la-st
Saturday-plenty of girls and a good
time. The girls and boys danced for
some time and then were invited into
supper, consisting of ice stream and
School is progressing nicely.
Mr. Fant has clo& d down his
thrashing machine on account of
heavy rains.
Mosquitoes are plentiful.
THE NEXT PAGE OF this is worse
rot than the first. If y'u want it it
is on the h:ak.

'Your only hove." said three doctors
to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich..
suffering from severe rectal trouble.,
lies in an operation. "then I used Dr.'
King'. New Life Pills," she writes.
"till wholly cure-,." They prevent ap-
pendicitis. .(:r.' constipation, heada-
che. 25c at all druggists.
New York. Auii. 11.-A romance that

are cured and healed. In treating old
running sores, or ulcers, it is well to In-
sure their healing to apply to them Dr.
Pierce's All-Iealing Salve. If yourdrug-
gist don't happen to have this Salve In
stock, send fifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute Buffalo. N. Y., and
a large box of the "All-Healing Salve'
will reach you by return post.
You can't afford to accept a secret nos-
trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic,
medicine OF LOWx CouMPoamON, not
even though the urgent dealer may
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce': Pleasant Pelh-ts regulate
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coata y granules eay to take
* easy.

"Cscart are certainly fine. I gave a friend
oue when the doctor was treating him for cancer
of thestoms:h. The next ncrning he passed
four pieeof a ta worm. C t got a bo
and a three days he passed a t w ia 45 Fe
II. It was Mr. Matt Preck. of Millrsburg.
Iauptin Co.. Pa. lam quite a worker for Castm.
rets. I use them myself ad find them beneficial
form mat ay diese caused by impure blood."
Chawisson, Pa., (Ilifflin CoJ
Pleasant. Palatable. P t Taste Good.
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yet for Governor Gilchrist has got a
tenure of over throw years on the job
yet. President Fred. M. Hudson of
the state senate is considered one of
the strongest probabilities. Attorney
General Park M. Trammell is a vig-
rorous and enerzgtic young Floridinn
of much mental ability whose friends
are urging him, too. And the name
of President R. Hudson Burr of the
state railroad e,,mmision has also
been mentioned. The state papers
haven't taken very kindly to his nom-
inaion. however.
Distant rumblings are occasionally
hesarel ver in the Second congressional
district by those who have their ears
to the ground. Frank Clark holds
down the job for the counties in the
Second. Those rumblings are inter-
lrettd as meaning that he will have
trouble in the primaries. Frank Clark
is a fighter and ha" the advantage of
the man that's inside the congress-
ional halls looking outside instead of
b'.ing outsi+.- looking in. There's no
,j' bt bhtt .h'.t !,'. g ,x r.g up against
in: '*ition, ihow.-ver. Speaker Ion L.
Farris of the housp of representatives
was mentioned at nte time as the
strongest candidate against Clark. but
there hasn't been much said about his
Foing into the race since his change
of front on th,- Jacksonville charter
bill during th. closing days of the
.session. If h- .said anything lately
about running it hasn't appeared Il
the newspapers. Representative S. J.
Hilburn of Putnam. the floor leader of
the prohi forces in the house. is a
strong probability. And there are
other possibilities. Clark's hardest
flqiit will probibly be down in the-
southern end of his district.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 10.-The
first day of the forty-third national
encampment of the Grvnd Army of the
Republic found 20.000 veterans and

visitors quartered in Salt Lake City
with the prospects of having the num-
bfr increased to 50.1100 by Wednes-
Every state of the Confederacy has
a delegation present. Between them
Louisiana and Mississippi have about
fifteen veterans, Texas sends twen-
ty. Georgia has furnished the largest
delegation from the South. There are
about .fifty negro.s at the encamp-
ment. A reception in honor of Com-
iander-in-Chief Nevius and staff was
given by the woman's relief corps to-
night. Three thousand guests were
This v.ould be unusual news if men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
muscles and joints limbered with
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Sold by
all druggists.


Party for is MHatfnrd, ad Otwer
Pleasant Saial Al M e
Miss Shelton Soater left last last
week with friends for Hendersoville.
jN. C.. where she will spend her sum-
Smer vacation.
Miss Emily Halford. who has been
visiting for two weeks at the home of
i Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Sauter. returned
to her home at Electra Saturday after-
The many friends of Miss Fannie
!Clark regret to leir that she is su?-
.fering from having stuck a nail in her
foot Friday morning.
SMrs. Hamrmond and daughter, Miss
Sleep. of Palatka. after several days
visit with friends at this place,- re-
turned home Friday afternoon, ac-
companied by Miss Maud Clemons.
Mrs. S. D. Souter recently purchas-
ed a fine carriage horse from Mr.
Mrs. Eliza Boyles and daughter.
Miss Jettie. are now visiting at Waldo
and other points.
The over genial and smiling Sam
Christian. of Ocalr, was in our burg
Friday afternoon.
Miss Emma-Ward. of Island Grove.
visited Misses Pauline and Su.,ie
Lumbert Friday and Saturday.
Mr. March Burton. student of Dem-
orest college, who is spenriding his va-
cation here with his father, spent the
past w:tek at Ora ge Springs.
Mrs. W. 0. Lu man is visiting at
Fort McCoy.
Popular Frank Luffman, who at-
tend sthe normal at Island Grove. re-
turns home at Frequent intervals.
Sparr is magnetic'
Those who took in the Tampa ex-
cursion were: -Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Luffman. Mrs. Younp. daughter Ruth
and granddaughters Ethel and Sadie
Mr. and Mrs. J. Colbert were in the
tick City Saturday.
Misses' Alice and Ella Owlens had
the misfortune to lose their valuable'
horse from staggers Friday.
Energetii Sparrites are slaving at
finishing the Paptist church here. It
wi'l be dedicate! on the 5'th Sunday.
A line chicken pillau was pulled off
at the home of March Burton last
week and one of the same cast at the
home of Mrs. A. J. Stephens on Tues-
day night. While the cats are away
the mice. will play. Mr. Stephens is
away on a trip through Georgia and
South Carolina, while Mr. Benton, Sr.,
is making an extensive tour of the
Friday evening. August 6th. Mrs.
Soeuter entertained com)limeqtary to
Miss Emily Halford, of Electra. The
spacious veranda was lighted with
Japanese lanters and decorated with
f"rns. potted plants and wicker furni-
Miss Hialford greeted the guests at
the door, and in the reception room
Mrs. Souter received. This room was
decorated with ferns, potted geran-
),Gms and honeysuckles, which har-
monized beautifully with the white
and tan of the walls.
Fortune telling was the principal
feature of the evening. Numbers by
which the young folks, found their

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Golden Medical DIXcovery because a full
list of the ingredients composing it is
printed there in plain English. Fort-7
years of experience has proven its supeplo
worth as a blood purifier and invigorat-
lng tonie for the cure of stomach disordens
and all liver ills. It builds up the run-
down system as no other tonic can in
which alcohol is used. The active medic-
inal principles of native roots such as
Golden Sai and Queen's root, Stone and
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black
Cherrybark are extracted and preserved
by the use of chemically pure, triple.
refined glycerine. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce
at Buffalo, N. Y., for free booklet which
quotes extracts from well-recognizemed
ical authorities such as Drs. Bartholow,
King, Scudd e, Coe, EIl!ngwood and a
host of othh showing that these roots
can be tfided upon for their curative
action iall weak states of the stomach.
accom !:ed y indigestion or dyspepsia
as well i ll bilious or livercomplaints
and in wasting diseases* where there
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of t strength and system.
The "Golden Medical Discover, "maike
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regulates the stomach. liver aiS kwT
and, jhrouuh Them ae whole system.
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and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel-
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partners were issued by Mis Halford.
The fortunes were neatly written and
enclosed in an empty envelope, hid-
len in Pair-, in the flower garden. On
finding their partners the hunting
commenced. The game was entered
Into with much spirit and all who
heard the shouts of laughter wafted
on the gentle breeze, knew the par-
ticipants were indulging in undiluted
joy. Even the man in the moon look-
ed down and smiled on the youths
and maidens so eagerly seeking their
After much scurrying and hunting
each heart was made glad by finding
tne desired article, but the fun reach-
ed its climax when each fortune in
turn was read by Miss Halford. All
were convulsed with laughter at the
witty and ludicrous things the gypsy
The couples were then invited to
the ball room. where they found a
cake sitting in majesty on a -table
covered with an exquisite, embrolder-
,d center piece, the talent of Mrs. Sou-
ter. The only decoration in this room
was a beautiful; boquet of stately
roses. In this cake was a dime, ring,
thimble and button. Each guest cut
for him or herself, Mr. Christian get-
ting the dime, Miss Pauline Lambert
the ring. Miss Susie Lambert the but-
ton and Terry Young the thimble.
Ice cream and cake were then serv-
ed by Mrs. Souter, ably assisted by
Miss Halford and Miss Susie Lam-
Music was furnished on the piano,
banjo, violin and harp, and social
games were indulged in till the wee
sma hours of midnight.
Those present were. Misses Har-
well, of Jacksonville; Bishop, of An-
thony: Emily Halford. Emma Ward.
of Island Grove. Pauline and Susie
Lambert; Messrs. Sam Christian, of
Ocala; Dr. Miller, of Anthony; Ernest
Luffman. Homer Luffman, Terry
Young, Clarence Boyles, Frank Luff-
man. Harvey Grantham. Philip Young,
Noah and Harmon Climone.
This was especially an enjoyable
evening and none were prouder of
their fair partner than Mr. Harvey
Mrs. Souter is a charming hostess
and all left regretting that they must
leave. I
Lots of men and wqmen who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. It's not disposition, i 's the
liver. If you find in yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver
in shape. You and everybody around
you will feel better for IL Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of R. E. Yonge for the construe-
tion of the Masonic Lodge Opera House
building of the Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19. F. & A. M.. to be erected at Ocala.
Fla., until noon August 19th. next.
Each bid for the construction of the
building must be accompanied with a
certified check for $500 made payable to
R. E. Yonge. chairman building com-
mittee, as a guarantee that if awarded
the contract the successful bidder will
promptly enter into contract and tar-
nith his bold as required by specifica-
tions. The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. Drawings and speci-
fications may be seen at the office Of
R. E. Yonge. South Main street, OWa,
Contractors wishing to bid may ob-
tain drawings and specifications from
R. E. Tonge by depositing with him a
certified check for $25 as a guarantee
that they will present a bona fide bid
on the work. and as a guarantee of the
ings and "specifications to the office of
R. E. Yonge. Ocala. Florida, without
cost to the committee.
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of indigestion, dyspepsia and week soMku, t Iby !we
breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, fag Ia
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