The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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, Ocala, Fla., Sept. 26, 1911.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In replying to an article, which ap appeared
peared appeared in your daily paper of the 14th
inst., headed, "Representative Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and the Game Law," I beg to
submit a few facts to be considered
by the people of Marion county. I
have nothing to .-"oncea! in regard to
fthe part that I took in the passage
of this local game law. I do not wish
to deprive Col. R. F. Rogers-ef the
credit due him for the -part he took,
nor shall I withhold from the public
the natty part that Mr. Bullock took.
In passing, I will remark that Mr.
Bullock was absent from the legisla
tive halls a good deal of the time the
legislature was in session. Many
things could and did happen during
his absence, and other things took
place whilst he was in Tallahassee
that he probably doesn't remember
correctly, on acggSrat of his many se serious
rious serious attacks of "indigestion," as he
terjK?d it. I was present at every roll
call during the entire sixty days'
session, and think that my memory of
a few things occurring at Tallahassee
during this time will be considered as
good as Mr. Bullock's
A short time before the meeting of
the legislature Colonel Rogers came
to town and spent the night with me.
We discussed legislative matters,
nrobable bills, etc: among them a
game law that would suit the masses
of Marion county people. Colonel
Rogers, as well as myself, coming in
daily contact with the plain, bona
fide, every-day people of our county,
found that the people as a whole, and
particularly the country people,
claimed that they were unfairly treat
ed under the local game law; that
the pump gun and pointer dog experts
got most of the game, and did not
represent one one-hundredth part of
the tax payers of the county. Was
this just to the masses of the people?
The first Idea' was to shorten the
game season, hoping thereby to give
the game a better chance to increase
Second, to give our own home people
of Marion the benefit of all there was
in the game proposition. Our people
who stay here and fight the battles of
life are enfitIeatoall the good things
that Marion county has and could
give them.
The open season for hunting being
November. December, January and
February under the old law, gave out outside
side outside parties, who come into the state
solely to hunt for sport, the same or
better chances to kill pur game than
our own people had. These parties
came prepared to hunt, killed our
game and returned home, not caring
what damage they had done us. In
compensation for the game killed,
crippled or driven off, some of them
paid a small license. This license,
in certain cases. Mr Bullock, being so
generous at the state's and county's
expense, wished to do away with. See
last part of article 6 of new game
Third. We recognized the fact (as
I have stated in former articles) that
a man who raises or takes care of
game of any kind on his own inclosed
premises, was more entitled to get
the benefit of that game than an out outsider.
sider. outsider. Fourth. Our home hunters of the
large game stated that the open sea season
son season for killing deer under the old law
was entirely wrong, saying that there
were from five to ten more bucks in
the hunting territory now than does.
That a man who hunted deer would
never kill a buck in the winter
months in Florida if a doe or a fawn
could be had. That the bucks were
fattest in September and October,
and if the hunting season were con confined
fined confined to these two months that the
larger part of the deer killed would
be bucks and not does, as heretofore.
Fifth. The fact that nine-tenths of
the people of the county were not
hunters, and under the old law there
was no possible chance for them to
ever get a taste of our wild game, as
none was allowed to be sold. Were
these nine-tenths of our citizens to
be ignored for the pleasure of a se-
L lect few sportsmen, who, when their j
day s sport is over, can : and do ire

quently bring their game to a certain

class of town cafes, and have their
game served to their liking, getting
the fun of killing the game during
the' day and the pleasure of eating
the game, served on toast, to a
queen's taste, at night with other
things thta such sportsmen usually
ike? Where do all of these special
rights to this special class come from
anyway? Why should their claims
be recognized any longer by our law
makers and the public?
Soon after getting to Tallahassee
this past spring, Colonel Rogers, Mr.
Bullock and myself had our first
meeting to discuss the local game
aw. Not much progress was made
on the bill, as Mr. Bullock left, claim- j
ng that he had other engagements, j
Colonel Rogers said he would try to
draft a bill that he hoped would meet
the approval of our constituents.
Within a few days Colonel Rogers
was called home on account of se
rious illness in his family. About the
same time Mr. Bullock made one of
his many trips home to attend to his
personal affairs.
When we next had a meeting to
discuss the game law, Colonel Rog
ers had drawn the bill, embracing
some new features not heretofore dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, of which he had learned
while on his visit home, at Lynne,
and also at Anthony. AH of these
measures I thought were good. It
then developed, after Mr. Bullock had
returned from Ocala, that he was op
posed to any kind of a game bill ex except
cept except one that would give special priv
ileges to his clients, (the parties who
own" the large hunting preserve near
Lake George), and to the men who
pull these people's legs." The own
ers of said preserve could not came
to Florida so well in September and
October, and when they did come in
November, December, January and
February they -were to have special
exemption from paying a license for
hunting, as shown in the latter part
of section 6 of new game law. This
is another part of the bill for which
Mr. Bullock can rightly claim all the
Several other meetings were ar
ranged for to discuss the bill, but Mr.
Bullock was "always so busy?" that
he could spare only a few minutes
each time. So the matter drifted
along till almost the close of the ses
sion. Colonel Rogers and myself at
last decided that we would have to
either accept Mr. Bullock's proposed
amendments, (bungling and unjust
though they were), consisting of sec
tion 1 and part of section 6, or get
no relief for the Clarion county peo people
ple people working under the old local game
Mr. Bullock amended section 1,
changing dates from Septetmber to
October to November, December,
January and February, and thought
he had changed all the dates in the
bill hence the connection of dates in
said bill. Colonel Rogers and I de detected
tected detected Mr. Bullock's blunder, and did
not "swallow the whole thing" unad
visedly, but thought a part of a loaf
better than no loaf, knowing that one
or more sections of a bill might be
defective by the courts, but this
would not necessarily kill all the vir virtues
tues virtues of the bill, and if we could save
only a part of it we thought best to
do so.
Mr. Bullock says he opposed me
(not this bill) from start to finish.
This opposition to me, personally, is
no new thing. This has been fully
recognized in every campaign that I
have made In Marion county, partic
ularly the last one. So Mr. Bullock's
actions in the last legislature did not
surprise ie in the least. But the peo people
ple people of Marion county had a right to
expect Mr. Bullock to rise above pet
ty personal feelings when handling
matters that pertain to public inter interest.
est. interest. A man who asks for and accepts
positions of public honor and trust
should know neither friend nor foe
in bis relations to the public welfare.
I went to Tallahassee to represent
the people of Marion and Sumter
counties upon all moral questions and
other questions that, had the betterment-
of our people at stake, and not
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Ocala, Fla., Sept.' 27, 1911.
Editor Star: Replying to Senator
Carney's article in the Banner, I wish
to state that I am very busily engaged
in an effort to make a 3 living for a
large family, and have bf-t. little time
to devote to newspaper! controversy
with Senator Carney, who for the past
twenty-five years has done little else
than run for and occupy office, and
while In one public office sought an another
other another that might chance to be In sight.
A public chronic of fice seeker, who
must do something In the office seek seeking
ing seeking line "to make a living," ha3 the
time to parade himself in the news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, as well as to parade his ignor ignorance
ance ignorance of the many matters he -attempts
to discuss through them." I have not
such time. As long as the true author
of the undesirable game law was not
given to the public. I was informed
that the senator undertook to create
the impression that I was its author.
Now, since Its "daddy" has owned the
child, he is attempting to make ber
lieve it is "white."
No one but a fool and an ignoramus
of the simplest rule of grammar could
possibly construe my statement that
"I had opposed Senator Carney from
start to finish" as a personal antagon antagonism
ism antagonism to him. When the senator read
my letter in reply to the letter of Mr.

McLain s he knew, ana he knew wneniej.

ne wrote tne article to wnicn tnis is a 1
reply, that thi3 expression referred
only to my opposition to his proposed
legislation upon the subject of game
preservation. His contention otnerwise
1 demonstrates the smallness of the man j
in his office-seeking methods, and Is I

a demagogic misrepresentation of theneret and sincerely commend her to

first water. 1'eople 01 intelligence, I
reading Detween tne lines, can wen 1
discern the secret motives Which I
prompt tnis letter rrom tne senator. I
xi is true 1 aia not support me sen- i
ator in nis candidacy ror the sanate.
I could not endorse his proposition for
woman sunrage nor nis proposition 10 i
enact a law wnereoy tne wmte
pie's taxes should go to the education
of the white children only and those
paid by the negro to the education or I
the negro children only. lhe latter,
an aDsoiuieiy unconstitutional, revo- 1
. I
muonary ana impractical measure, i
was discussed and championed by the j
senator in every speeeri i neara mm
make in the campaign, and I think I
heard him at least a dozen times; but
it ne ever unaertooK in tne slightest i
particular to frame a law to this end I
and dealing with this proposition no J
one ever heard of it. And I defy him I

to prove that he did. I gave himjach and Liver Tablets invigorate the

credit then for having too much Intel-
ligence to suggest such demagogic
legislation, and it seems that he learn-
ed better upon more deliberate
There was no personal reason on
my. part ror not supporting the sen-
ator, and there never has been a time
that I felt personally unkind toward
him. I well remember several years
ago when he was first a candidate for
tax collector (I think it was in 1903)
that I rendered him some good 'ser
vice. He seems to have forgotten this
in his zeal at present to bring me into
tnis game law aiscussion ana to maice
his personal reflection upon me. The
airrerence between me and the sen-
ator in this particular is that I am In
favor or strict measure of protection
ol ine ana ne, tno senator, m
ravor or any old thing If he-can "hoi-
ler" "farmer" and get a vote. Like
woman suffrage and negro education,
this howl does reach some. Especial
exception do I take to the following
from the senator's article of this morn-
"It then developed after Mr. Bullock
had returned from Ocala that he was
opposed to any kind of a game bill
except one that would
grive special
privileges to his clients fthe parties
who own the large hunting preserve
""B wai uc-
near Lake George) and to the men
who pull these people's legs."
I have never been, at any time, un
der any circumstances, in any manner
whatsoever, the attorney for these
people; have never visited their prop
erty, never saw it, and was never ap
proached by any member of the club
or any one else upon the subject of
legislation, except by Mr. R. L. Mar
tin, who informs me that he also ap
proached the distinguished senator
upon the subject of exempting these
people from the payment of license to
hunt. This was long before the legis
lature met. I then believed It proper
and right to exempt" them as well as
any others who had put thousands and
thousands of dollars Into property in
this county and who hunted upon their
own enclosed premises or preserve.
If this distinguished senator this
man who is always right and in whose
estimation every one else Is wrong: and
wicked, found It such a sin to exempt
these DeoDle. whv in the name of God
did he vote for the bill when It came
over to the senate from the house of
representatives? I don't know wheth-
er he promised Mr. Martin to frame a
law exempting these people or not. I
so did, and I did it. Mr. Martin In
forms me that the senator gave him
to understand that he was in favor
of the exemption, and In view of the
fact that he voted for It, it would an-
near that his nresent opposition and
flndins of fault Is not sineere.
Will the senator kindly inform us If
Mr. Martin is one of the men who pull
ed these people's leg?
If the bill was a bad one because of
thp amendments I placed on it. as the
senator now makes out he thinks.
repeat "why "did he swallow it without
The bill and no amendment could or

would have passed the senate if the
senator had opposed it. Xo one knows
this better than Mr. Carney.'
The whole truth of the matter is
that Senator Carney, upon returning
home from Tallahassee realized that
the great majority of the people of the
county did not approve of this gam
measure, and he is undertaking by
baseless insinuations of a paid rela relation
tion relation between me and this hunting club
owners near Lake George, to legislate
in their behalf, and to thereby divert
the mind of the people, to shield him himself
self himself from his share of the responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility for it, and incidentally to boost
himself as is exemplified by the clos closing
ing closing paragraph to which this Is a reply.
, In conclusion, Mr. Carney, having
charged me with representing this
hunting club in the legislature and
therein acting f or them by reason of
the ; relation of attorney and client,
and having made that assertion not
upon any suggestion or inf&rmation,
but having asserted it upon his Indi Individual
vidual Individual responsibility, I denounce the
assertion as without foundation In
fact, and Its author as having uttered
a falsehood, without basis.
R. B. Bullock.

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Editor Star: I had "decided to say cussion of the'new game law, I wish I" Jl? ?fTfav1ltb i?U?il?irw!dely.'aano

uuiuius uiui b auuui i hit juii ivu wuu- lu oa 1110.1. aa iuus 1 1 v. u

ty game law but so many have urged Merest and of profit to our people to

that I reply. I have these matters presented to them

I was very much surprised at the I through the press, I see no special ob-

Itone of Mr. Carney s letter for he I lections in doing so. But when these

Gainesville, Sept. 38. J., H. Bock, a

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chinery-of his own mill The accident

occurred about 2 o'clock In the after-

knows that he received my hearty I discussions have to he renasnea lor i A, I shaft. His lees were nulled Into the

kw.. 1 1,1 pwticmar. xxas over avw i ; T . .u.

support in the last primary and much the sake of controversy.

more than my vote.'. matters of mere personalities, 'then
When I wrote my first article on the the public should not be bored. I think
game law I did not then know who I have covered all the points of special

wax it. Author. Hence I could notlSnterfcsr to the nnhlif concerninar the I

mnt. met decisive defeat at the oools ..dw k.. h, on m.ntir or.i.n( L : toffan in I lur

in that city yesterday. The total vote to show the absurdity and unconsti- reolv to Messrs. Coleman. Howell and lots inc.ala surrounded by maa-

was: For the charter, 2,910; against, Itutionatitv of the law and the annihi-1 Rullrwk In arwwor tn Mr. Howell's

The effort to change the system of
government for Atlanta, substituting a

modified form of commission govern-

m T I v. t m m a a .- m

worth of new furniture, new gas and raCI""ery u Bwsneu,l jeny, aw
wood range, etc. Best of plumbln ,,eft forarm broken and his right arm

and. electric system. House -will not

i mashed almost flat. He died two hours

need a dollar In repairs or furniture ?ater Bock was one of the wealth

One of the handsomest cor-

4,955; majority against, 2,045.


sive cement block fence. Lot Is 10S by

.1. V. I v. ... ..1 1 I f t :ii 1 e t I .-v- VUiuuiai awtuo

i la. noil ut Lue gitiue nnitu nuuiu uct- i iniru aruoe, 1 win iiiiui reiei ijiili i
L.m ii o ii,nn t t m.,A and 13 now enjoying

iest mill operators in this section and
came here four years ago from Ring Ringgold,
gold, Ringgold, Pa.

Long ago I learned that those I author of these articles. My letter tn

The third annual reunion of the Red j their defeat by the use of personal j county press, explains the new game

Shirts of South Carolina the men who j epithets, which in general have nojbill in full, and the part taken in the

rode for Hampton during the daysjbearing on the Issue. Mr. Carney s I framing of said bill by each of the

when the radicals were driven from defeat was shown by urging egotism I three Marion county representatives

power by the democrats in 1878, began land misinformation as the leading! in our last legislature. Neither an edi-

at Columbia last night with a public J characteristics of my article. Whether! tor nor adjudge had anything to do
meeting. this be true or false I leave to those I with the framing of the bill at any

John G. Mobley. commander-in-chief I who have read both articles. I time so far as I know.

a splendid busi

ness, every room being occupied every I
night. This is one of the best small :

$2 a day hotels in the state and will

prove a fine Investment and soon dou double
ble double the money at the price, $16,000,

16,000 down and balance 15,000 In one


of the Red Shirt organization In South! A special friend of mine and of Mr.

Carolina, presided at the first session. Carney's as well, explained to me that
The Red Shirts were welcomed to the caustic remarks directed at me

Columbia by Miss Grace Lumpkin. Gov. I were due to the supposition that my

Blease made a short address to the! article was written for political rea

gathering. I sons. Not then knowing who was the

. : E.

I have money to loan for thirty thirty-slxtv
slxtv thirty-slxtv or ninetv dava on real estate or

and $5,000 in two. years at s per cent, po, security Long time loans on

interest, n you mean ousmess, come rea, estate also m large sums. Apply
to see me or write for particulars and to Kramer, Montezuma hotel
photographs. It will not be longrOnDjocv

the market. I have the sole agency

L. Carney.


for the sale of the Colonial.

Montezuma Block, Oeala, Fla.


A telegram was received in this city

author of the law. it was not nossible I tn1a v. nnnnnnrlnp- tho onf-Vi nf "Vfr v.-

Tamna la throatonM with 9nnthr I lu sul;" icasuu iu caul. i x. n.een ai ai a. 10 inisi"v luisgiug peauuis

cigarmakers strike, because the fac- c"' lx,ia,ulJ' u" wuu munil,,s- 3ir- 1 -v,es OI -Mciver &

tnrA. tn,ino. n nn tha wftFtmon nas 10 wear me responsiDimy 01 sucn jiaeivay went aown 10 uomosassa on

from rarrvina- ofT fre smnkprs. whlrh ,V l wains i i...iS train prepare .vir.

ha hen a custom since the fminda- ru" lor oluce

f(o tH trft,.v 1 wani 10 state inai 1 nave never nome in ueorgia

- 1.. . i . 1

u w lieu it 11 auiuiuatic gun, miu iriai uniy

once in my life have I ever owned any! Ten miles more of rail will put the

Cotton Plant, Sept. 28. A refreshing
rain fell Tuesday which makes the
young gardens grow nicely.

Several of our farmers are busy

Thomas H. Ball, a prohibition leader Jkln)j ot a bird d0

in the state-wide election, has an-

The ratemillarft ta ontinp- nn tho

ine ucaia xsonnern nauroau bean crops of our farmers.

pany oegau n"6 t.uB Mr. Joe Hudgens was a caller In

Keen's body for shipment to his old trams to Bay LaKe, urange springs cotton Plant last Friday afternoon

aim xvtruwuuu vu xiiuiuaj, Mr. D. M. Rarcft ift ranidlv Imnrn,

14 tn. Aram leaves ucaia t a. m. in- ln ater his recent attack o f fever.

4 am.. ... m I

steaa oi a. m. as zormeny ana wm w M Barco came Tuesday to spend

and that only for Ocala Northern trains In Palatka. raaKe one rpuna trip uauy to uiese a few days with his parents here

a neriod of eighteen months: that T do Wa haA a nmhof nf vir ,ftM points except on jsunaays. wnen iwo M. Sam Ttarf lft ht htt wV

nouncea nis canaiaacy to succeea unu- not at thi3 tIme own any do&; that l d0uble barreled hammerless shotguns, round triDS win De made. bunaay for DeLand, where he will enter Etet

u oao have never seen a deer running wild: and can save vou monev on them. The trains wm mave o a, ui. auu son University to take a law course

Texas. Mr. Ball may be a senator, butl.i,-, T ew 9t tm-vov in nia nnm -r r In. m. Until further notice tlcketsiTCa viah him a,. in t,t ...f.

x w m bvv.w m m vj vviw a. uii u w u. uiiiuaii I j iKiu 0uvvv;oi9 m uia uuuet ian

n wm never De a hign Dan. Iirinrifia thmiP-h t hav hAPn a r it iron I will be sold to all stations except Bll- hnp-

of the state for six years. Hence II Shotguns of all grades and all ver springs at rate oi one iare ior a. S. Harroun celebrated his 18th

Jack Brown, the well known circu-J cannot be classed as an all-round I makes, at greatly reduced prices at tne round trip, bunaay rates Detween I birthday Wednesday with a big din

lation contest manager, died in Jack- sportsman. jthe Ocala Pawn & Loan Company. ucaia ana biiver bprings wm De zo ner

sonvllle yesterday. He was a young I If our senator believes so much In cents- for the rouna trip, au ticxets i There will be preaching at St. Johns

man and his death was entirely unex- this law as he asserts, why was no ef-j The hunting season is here. Remem- j limited to day of sale. Isow. get youi I Sunday, October 1st, at 11 o'clock.

pected. : t I fort made to have' it state-wide? And ber we have a full stock of high grade baskets ready ana spena a pieasanv Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Every

especially why should not it have been shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn & day at the famous resort or urange one is invited to attend.

tk r-i.iu n i tri vpn to sumter couniv dv ner renre- i ioan uomnanv. fiiu6a, ...vov va..&...v..

ed the fight between Jack Johnson sentauve .:m tne upper nouser was u

and Bombardiec Wells. They were right' to thus neglect the interest of

I places for an outing or recreation In

We can save you one third the price the South. S. P. Holllnrake, Supt.

afraid their' man would be whipped j Sumter county? Does .the fact that the J of your trunk, suit case or hand bag.

If you are looking for something up-

to-date in frames, call at Mills' studio.


senator owns a tract ; of land near land have any kind or style you may

I Lake Bryant account for the prohi-lwish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

bitioriof running deer with dogs east j

of the Oklawaha river? 1 Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Inasmuch as our senator had a

friend Introduce the bill in the lower! As usually treated, a sprained ankle


Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Martel, Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Wal

ter Ray have returned after spending

the summer at Fayetteville, N. C.

New Orleans has a Borgia in Miss
Annie Crawford, who Is charged with

poisoning four of her relatives.

,iat McCarthy, the famous labor ts amended form, in which form he J weeks, but by applying Chamberlain'3 ternoon.

mayor oi san rancisco, was snowed i fathered the bill through the senate, Liniment freely as soon as the injury Miss Dora Morrison of Cedar Grove

under in Tuesday s election.

Mr. .Charlie Veal and family of Cot-

house, so that it came to the senate In will disaMe a man for three or four! ton Plant visited in Martel Sunday af-



II cannot see how he can escape the j is received, and observing the direc- is the guest of Mrs. Nelson,
responsibility for the wording and ar- j tions with each bottle, a cure can be j Misses Pearl Warren an

TUIiUIiA LODGE WO. 22. I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No, 22, Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, meets every

Tuesday at 8 p. m.. In Tonge's Hall
Visiting' brethren always welcome. -'v
J. C Gelger, Noble Grand

W. I Colbert, Secretary.

Wfco ta Now la Hla New Bulldlaa;,

: Coraer Sooth First and Magnolia
Street Phoae 73

and Louise

rangement of the bill, which since the effected In from two to four days. For Kemp left Monday for Tallahassee, I
discussion, he admits to be contradic- sale by all-dealers. 55 where they will attend the Florida
tory and that the sections confllet. : : State College for Women this year.

An analysis of our population shows Shotguns of all grades and all Mrs. H. W. Long visited, Ocala Mon-

that living in the principal towns and makes, at greatly reduced prices at day.
villages and on small tracts Imme- the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company. Miss Annie Belle Allen of Jackson-
diately adjoining the towns where ville visited her aunt, Mrs. P. A. Aus-

there is game, workers of phosphate I Buttermilk, fresh every day at thehey a few days last week.

C'CC-C'C'CC c z z z z t

bincra to a bnlr tLov cro he! U'v
up; in ether Morris thej zro Qivizj Lzzz 1"
what they receive. :tVc xrzni you tz-Zzzl I
towards us. w
- 7e Rre Girv7l
Girov. 17iili Ua
We want your account went to xa!io crzzz
useful to you in anything pertaining to finnco czi
we can handle it with profit to you czid t'Szzzlrzzis

(Cniiiim-u aoiPcngiD IB

f V


Orange Springs, Sept, 28. Messrs.

Paramore and Marsh will soon have
their drugstore completed and ready
for business.

Messrs. Pegram & Son will soon have

their building completed. It will "be

ready for the sheet and pillow case
party Friday night. They have sent

invitations out for a big dance Satur

day night week. Let's all go and have
a big time. -v'

The New South Farm & Home Com Company
pany Company is prepalrlng to remodel the old

Globe Hotel. This will add another

convenience to Orange Springs.
Everybody Is guessing why Mr. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell did not go to Fort McCoy Sun


Mr. Frank Pedrick and Minderman
and Thomas C. Mitchell t went fishing
Monday afternoon and caught quite a
string of the finny tribe. Go again
boys, we all enjoy the fish. '"

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13, R. A, It, on the fourth
Friday of every month at 1 p. jn.
'J. A. Bouvler. H. p.
Jake Brown, Secretary,

The hunting season Is here. Remem Remember
ber Remember we have a full stock of high grade
shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &
Loan .Company. -. -

jFor indigestion or Sour stomach use

uigestit at the court Pharmacy.


Onion Seed -.

ilea nzzzzz

ocala m&

Careful Estimates Madex on All Con Contract
tract Contract .Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other,
contractor in the city, . :




lands, operators of turpentine lands IPostof flee Drugstore.

and those represented by sawmill in

terests to be m6re than nine-tenths of "I have a world of confidence In I
the neoDle." and less than one-tenth I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for 1 1

residing on enclosed lands where there have used It with perfect success,'

is any, game. Why should the less writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesville,

than ten per -cent of our neonle havelId. For sale by all dealers.

the privilege of shooting the game all


Call and look them over and

the year which is denied to the ninety
per cent? This has been called by Its
author a farmer's law. My own obser observation
vation observation and that of a number of others

Messrs. J. B. Warren and A. B.
Kemp visited Ocala Monday afternoon.

John Miller of Home, Fla., was In

Martel Monday afternoon.

G. It. Reddick returned Sunday

night from Georgia, where he had

been called to see his little son, who
was quite ill.

J. K. Kelly of Inverness spent Fri-



ffive your order now for asnows tnat ninety-five per cent of the

handsome fall tailor

Trunks of all styles and different

grades, steamer and large trunks, at day and Saturday, in Martel.

the ucaia nwn ana ioan company. Mr. Delbridee arrived Monday and

has charge of the Martel Trading Com

The Globe will be open next Mon-

jpany's commissary.

suit of clothes

hunting: now be in e: done is bv the col- day in order to accommodate its school Mr. Willie Miller left Martel Thurs-

made I ored population, and practically noneboolc patrons. day for Lake City, where he was mar

ried to Miss Beatrice Taylor. Mr, and

Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
The Dest Quick Lunch Eat Eat-ibg
ibg Eat-ibg Douse in the City
Everything that is good
to eat proper y served
Right Now, when you
want it. SORIUPS and
CD AOS and all other del delicacies
icacies delicacies of the season.

I by the farmers. One turpentine man
complained that the law was causing

him trouble as his men wanted to
hunt instead of work.

Our senator's argument stating that

people will only kill game as ttfiey
would noultry reminds me of the pic pictures
tures pictures in a fashion magazine, where
the dresses and millinery is made to
look good on specially made to order

faces and figures. So the people are
made to fit his law. It is possible one

If you want a good shotgun cheap. Mrs Miller arrived in Martel Friday.

go to the Ocala Pawn & IjosltT Co.

I has them.


See the handsome display of dia

monds and other new jewelry in our

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

Mrs. W. R. Q. Veal, who has been

quite sick, is improving, we are glad

to say.

Mrs. P. A. Ausley returned Monday

after a few days visit to her'sister at-

McMeekin, Fla. ;

Don't send your pictures out of town

to have them enlarged. Take them to!
Mills' studio. We can make them in


man out of twentv misrht conserve the I crayon, sepia or pastel, ana our prices

erame. but the rest would tint Iare right

To illustrate the latest article in de

fense of the, law he assorts that dr I &ome people want money on poor

hunting in Sentember and Octe-be? will wells. THE OCALA WELL DRILLING

result only in the killing of buckSr Of ca has never falled- If yu want a 0cal.j were n
the deer killed so far this fall I have wel1 write them- Address Box 167,

been able to hear of only one buckUcala


Save money on your shells and am

munition by getting same from the

Thej Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Pawn and Loan Company.

being killed, all the rest being fawns
and does. Nine out of every ten who

hunt deer will simply shoot deer with

out regard to sex or condition.

doe will not leave her vouner fawn and

the fawn does not know how to escape, A11 klnds of suit cases hand bags,

hence they. fall easy victims, while the eic" n're uu

old buck knows how to take care of

himself. So the law is admirably
adapted to the extermination of the

deer and the same principle holds good

for the other kinds of game. The chief

objection to this law. is that times
have changed, and 'the law is forty

years behind time.

in conclusion I will state that it'

might be a good plan to have our sen

ator appointed warden to catch the

quails by some painless method and

then chloroform and sell them to the
venerable editor of the Banner, whose

appetite for quail urges him to sup

port the law. Respectfully,

W. H. Coleman.


Men's Collars

.... : ...

There are Two Kinds or Chill Tonic


Summerfield. SeDt. 28. Mr. Wm. M.

Jones, secretary of the Florida Na National
tional National Land Company, arrived from
Chicago last Saturday and will be here
for some time.

Mr. C. Carmichael and his son of

ere last Sunday visiting

with Mr. and Mrs. John Miller.

Mr. Nathan Mayo, accompanied by
his wife and children and Mr. and Mrs.

H. J. Heet and family drove around
beautiful Lake Weir Sunday. The Heet
family enjoyed the ride very much as
it was the first time they had viewed
the scenery of this beautiful lake.
Prominent among,those who attend attended
ed attended the Davis-Bryant wedding last

Sunday at Belleview, were: Mr. and

Mrs. Nathan Mayo, S. U. Campbell and

Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W.
Davis and family, Mr. R. L. Douglas
and Wm. M. Jones of the land com company,
pany, company, A. D. Mitchell and wife, Mrs. D.

B. Mayo, the Diljard families and Miss

Hermine Kotsbauer.

New settlers "are beginning to ar arrive
rive arrive daily and much activity is noted

throughout this section in the way of

clearing land, fencing the same and rye wjjj jj our Men's Silk Hose, which

100 dozen Chiett, Peahody & Company's
Linen Collars, 1-2 dozen to box; the ;very finest
linen; comes in 1-4, 12 and 3-4 sizes, reg- CAp
ular price 15c straight, our price, per box t)v V

Collars for Everyone
200 dozen regular 10 cent Linen Collars for
Men, Boys and Ladies. We will continue
to sell them at our old .price, eacS.-. 3w


Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, good val- 2G
ues, per pair while they last . . - -. tOU
Bleached and Yellow Jeans Drawers, A -are
offered at the low price per pair onlyn&

'0 : Vi


After you are burned out. The wise


Is the soda fountain in our drug store.

All the youth ot both sexes patronize It,

out tnat aoes not Keep the old rones TTTF. nt.D RRT.TAm.ii! PT.inr'o

from enjoying It, too. Our soda Is pure I CH.ILX, TOJin I5 nnifl atsitfp'D

iciicauuig, nuu ; TOr-DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO men prepare for the emergency of Fire

"" CURE CHILLiS, FEVER. COLDSlby having a Policy to cover the possi

uw OKt S;, n8, cuouk. Ary n AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK ble loss of property through the rav

uueiJ iuu jruu wm r-tuuiweuu h jour IP TT DOttS NOT TWWMTV.PIVli! h r.f th. Hmirinr olsmt

AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE, mind future regrets. Have some pres

ASKYOUR DRUGG'ST. ent wisdom. Little trifles often cause

a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.

Big Line of
Men's Silk

self. Only Five Cents.
Phone 234


Drosdway, corcer Third St.


All kinds of suit cases, tiand bags, j It costs so little to be well and fully

etc. any priced you want, at the Ocala I Insured that the poor have no excuse
Pawn and Loan Company. (for not having a policy. See us about


To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled SAY AKfchlSi ASU liLLL

in the lungs should be attended to at Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.

once. Put a HERRICK. S HER PEP



SYRUP Internally. It's a winning

Only Medium Priced Hotel Left in hombtion. Buy the dollar size Hore-

New York

Special -( Attention Given to Ladles

. -" ' : .-Unescorted
Specicl Qates for Snaner

Our Table is the Foundation of Our

Enormous Business
-American Plan, $2J0 Upwards
European Plan, $1.00 Upwards

Send for Large Colored Map of New

York, Free
DAN C. 17ED3, Prcpriclor

free with each bottle,

Sold by all

If you want a good shotgun cheap.

go to the Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.
has them.


It I rmMPV DT T'rT?T POAtfOt t


Fair north portion, showers south -jrxB

and central portions tonight or Friday, J IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to

light moderate east winds. IiitWh. i r,nLl


Carney orange groves,

here Monday. ,.;
The Mayo Realty Company is daily
receiving from farmers residing In
this district, samples of oorn, sorghum
and other produce which they have
raised on their farms and report large
yields of each. S. S.Mr.
Mr. S.Mr. Jos. W. Davis is circulating" a
petition for hardening the road : be between
tween between here and Levon and is receiving
much encouragement.
The last stretch of the Ocala to Dal Dallas
las Dallas hard road Is now in course of con construction.
struction. construction. This piece is between Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield and the county line. It is un?
derstood that Sumter county will pick
it up when completed.
Rev. Father George Harding, who
came here some months ago from
Louisville, Ky., to regain his health,
announces in a letter to P. TV. Col Col-lens,
lens, Col-lens, that he has been appointed by
the right reverend bishop to found a
Catholic parish here. Father Harding
wishes that all Catholics residing here
and in this vicinity meet him Sunday
morning, October 1st. at 9:30 a. m. in
the F. U. of A. hall, when the neces-

jsary steps will be taken to organize a

Give prompt relief from BACKACHeJ arish and church. Catholics residing
ntn T?11pvifw- TvirT. T(1ro- Dallas. Ox-

Mr. John L. Carney, manager of the consists of the very latest colors and

patterns, while thaj Jast at, per pair bvv

was a visitor



Colors and Black


Noy Kidney fills


Boys' School Pants from 10 cent to S2.00 par pair.

See us before you buy -your Hats. Shoes, Shirts,

Pants or Overalls. We can save you money.
Men's and Boys' Blue Chambray Work Shirts at 25c



has been used for over SIXTY TEARS I lad is in his 85th year,
: ittT ? t rwc Aticrio v. t I i" f aw a

8. k. Davis, 827 Washinrton St., ConnersTille,

. lie writes as: Ihav

by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their lately suffered much from my kidneys and blad blad-CHILDREN
CHILDREN blad-CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with der I had Mver backaches and my kidaij action

PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the! was too fraqnent, caosiof me to losa mnch sleep

nlanc, ana tn my bladder there was constant
In. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time.

and is the best remedy for DIAR- I and am now rroe of all trouble and again able to

; T'A-i,. wl Vaantn I CHILD, SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL-I at night, and in my bladder there was constac

Jino ubi; in JLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC. pali

American Plan


Prices, Excellent
' Good Service

RHOEA. It Is absolutely harmless. Bel bf P and aroni: piey aadaey ttlls aava my

Vwm1 I sure and asK lor "Airs, w msiora nia wwhuiwihumii.


Soothing: Syrup," and take no other

kind. -Twenty-five cents a, bottla

ford, Lake "Weir and country about
Summerfield are earnestly requested
to be present.! Father Harding: also
announces that the is gnreatly Improved
in health.

Is a great medicine of proven value
for both acute and chronic kidney and
bladder ailments. It Is specially re recommended
commended recommended to elderly people for Its
wonderful tonic and reconstructive
qualities, and the permanent relief and
comfort It gives them. For sale In
Ocala by the Court Pharmacy.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

The great Challenge Sale, at
Globe is going successfully on.


Lunch Boxes and Baskets from 10 cents to 25 cents;

New line of Ladies Waists and Skirts for Fall vear
now on sale at attractive nrices. : s

Souvenir Post Cards of Ocala Vievs given vith
each 10 cent purchase.

Keep Posted! Don't Go to Sleep and Get Left!
Are Here With the Goods!




F. P. GADSONi Proprietor.



Of all shapes And shades are now on
display and we will be pleased to have
you call and inspect them.

Our Trimming's

and Veils are the Very latest styles and
colors, and our prices are reasonable.

laycraft& DeCamp

.West Side of Square Ocala, Florida


im -mm

$600 Go 1280



Dave Columbia Radiators and Full Floating Back Axles, and are

;... n J a. r

me nanasomesi tars on ine niamei.

Distributor for Central Florida. P.- 0. Box 71. Ocala. Florida.

The Temple theater
Matinee Cry Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night




Prices Ten and Five Cents

Call up Phone 300 and Let us' Give an Estimate tin Yonr



iiiiii wwmi



Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed


Miss Sara Davis has returned from

her visit to Georgia.

The great Challenge Sale at the

Globe U going successfully on.


Mr. S. EL Smith of Electra was at the

Montezuma last night.

Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at the

Globe Challenge Sale.

Mr. J. J. Abbott of Brooksville was

a guest of the Montezuma last night.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postoffice Drugstore.

Mr. Jos. W. Dodge is renewing the

wall paper on Dr. Lindner's office.

The Ocala News Company Is making

a hit with its picture frames.


Mr. D. B. Kibler of Dunnellon was

at the Ocala House last night.

The great Challenge Sale at the

Globe is going successfully on.


Mrs. A. J. Leaven good came up from

Stanton this morning.

You can get your pictures framed at

the Ocala News Company and get them

Judge Bell issued a marriage license

yesterday for Mr. C. M. Starling and

Miss Lola Howard.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Ten-dollar suits for
Globe Challenge Sale.

?6.98 at the

Mrs. Dr. Lewis of St. Augustine Is in
the city, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mc-Clymonds.

If you want to find a good boarding

house at reasonable rates, call up the

Star office.

J.CMerrtrees, a prominent Palatka

business man, was at the Montezuma


Near Monta gue, yesterday, while

Henry Hart was at work in his field
he was shot down by Samuel Jordan.
Hart is in the Ocala hospital and ex

pected to die. Jordan was captured

by Deputy C. W. Smith and is in jaiL
Both Jordan and Hart are colored.


Tbe Ocala School of Music will open

its doors JTor the fourth annual ses session.
sion. session. October 2, 1911. It offers its pa

trons first-class instruction in violin,
piano and science. Any one wanting
places who haven't already applied for
time, should see Miss Mary Connor,
the director, at her studio, corner of
Magnolia street and Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after September 27th. Office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.

Is the program at the Air Dome every
evening. Last night there were some
of the best comics ever seen.
Tonight there will be the following
program which will have something
in it for everybody:
"Priscilla and the Umbrella." Comic
"An Unexpected Review." Comic
"Hop Picking in Kent, England."
"Big Hearted Jim." A Kalem drama.

Mrs. C. E. Ahearn, becoming interst interst-ed
ed interst-ed in the destitute family at Monta Montague,
gue, Montague, mention of which was made in
Monday's Star, started out yesterday
to obtain relief for them. She met Im Immediate
mediate Immediate response" to her efforts and
collected a tidy little sum of money
and some provisions. Going out to
Montague with the result of her good
work, she met Mrs. Hill, the mother,
starting for town with a load of wood,
which she had cut herself and hoped
to sell. The relief taken to her by Mrs.
Ahearn was indeed most welcome, but
let no one believe the family is yet on
easy street, and if Mrs. Ahearn calls
on you in their behalf, give her all the
assistance you can.

Office, 203.
Residence, 295

All the spare time Postmaster Huber
has, which isn't an immense quantity,
he puts in around the A. C. L. passen passenger
ger passenger depot. Some folks say Frank has
railroad iron in his blood and just
naturally can't keep away from the
tracks. Others say Frank has his mind
on that democratic president who is
coming in on March 4, 1913, and doesn't
want to forget how to sell tickets and
tell nervous folks that No. 40 is al almost
most almost on time.


Mr. Harvey Clark, proprietor of the
O. K. Teapot Grocery, has announced
a grand cake baking contest, which
will be open to every lady in Ocala
and the surrounding vicinity. The
contest will take place on October 12,
and any kind of cakear can : be baked
by our expert housekeepers. The cakes
will be sold at auction after the con contest,
test, contest, the proceeds to be donated to the
Marlon County Hospital Association.
The cake bakers will be required to
use cottolene Instead of butter, and
will also have to use Kauffman's flour.
There are quite a number of prizes
being offered by the O. K Teapot, and
as there are so many splendid cake
bakers in this vicinity there will no
doubt be a large number of cakes en entered
tered entered in the contest.


"The Rights of Age" Is one of the
Temple subjects tonight and its a sub subject
ject subject the present generation needs much
information about. Also, there will be
"His Lordship's Hunting Trip," and
"Oh, Say, Jim," each a lively subject
of its kind.
There was a mighty good show yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, and there were good crowds
all the time from afternoon till late
in the evening.

'Old Postoffice Building, Room '4.
Mr. J. G. Ferguson has returned
from a business visit to Lakeland,
where he has a big store. Lakeland is
the center of a fine strawberry dis district
trict district and Mr. Ferguson says the pros prospect
pect prospect for a big crop of the luscious
berries this season is a good one.

WANTED Traveling salesman to
handle an up-to-date line of trunks
and bags as a side one Right goods,
right prices. The Petersburg Bag Baggage
gage Baggage Company, Petersburg, Va.

Mrs. Jno. L. Edwards vand children
returned last night from their sum summer
mer summer visit to Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs.
Edwards health is greatly Improved;
the children are bright and happy and
ready for their school duties. Mr. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards T?ent up to Jacksonville to' meet
them. -'

WANTED A perfectly reliable, sin single
gle single young man wants a position in
Ocala; anything just so It will pay his
board; office work preferred. Good
references. Address "D," care Star.

The great Challenge Sale at
Globe is going successfully on.


FOR RENT The beautiful little flat

over Little's Shoe Parlor. All modern

conveniences, a splendid home for a

mall family or a good suite of of

fices. .Apply to M. M. Little, Little's

Shoe Parlor.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Mr. A. L. Glass of the T. & J. Rail Railroad,
road, Railroad, was at the Ocala House yesterday.

Your : kodak work can De finished In
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.

Hss Ruby Bauknight arrived from
Archer yesterday, for a visit to her
sister, Mrs. Edward Drake.

Dr. Theresa J. Walo and husband,

Mr. A. T. Walo, who have been touring
the southern part of the state, arrived
today for a short visit with their

friends, Mr. and Mrs. Sherer, who live

out about three miles from town, and

they will also see the northern part of
the state before returning to their

home In St. Louis, Mo.

We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
A employ none but expert we are la poitIon to guarantee ev
ery piece of work we construct to utaud tbe Inspection of tne moat
rtKld Inspector. It eostn not bins to Ret our figure, and you are the
nlnnrr, whether we secure tbe ontraet or. bo Give un a trial.


Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

FOR SALE A new portable engine.

sawmill and shingle mill. Best out

fit of its size in Florida. Owner must

go north. Address Box 126, Burbank,

Fla. dw 9-19-tf

. .it

va. M.vf m-v m Mar'

Look for this Sign on Leading Garages

v You cannot know what a good tiJs
& .-I tl? I- iJTU

until you try a micneun prupzuy uuuuku

A. 6. Gates, 34 N. Magnolia St.

" Ten-dollar suits for
Globe Challenge Sale.

I6.9&' at the

Mr. Harry Walters arrived last night
from Jacksonville to visit his-parents
here. -. .

You don't obtain the full beauty of a
picture unless it is framed. Take it
to the Ocala News JCb. :

Carpenters, trestlemen, bridge and

and stevedore foremen wanted on Key
West extension, Florida East Coast
Railway. For rates of wages and par-

iculars address W. J. Krome, con

struction engineer, Marathon, Florida,
stating age, experience and references.

Miss Sarah McCreary, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Miss Meta Jewett, : went
on to Tampa yesterday.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

The great Challenge Sale at
Globe 13 going successfully on.



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be ope;


Save money on yourshells and am ammunition
munition ammunition by getting same from, the
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

A full assortment of the best picture

trame material at the Ocala News Co.,

J"a-i-Tex Martin knows just how to

use It.

Mr. Robert Murrell, formerly of
Ocala, is now in business with his

father at Pomona, Calif.

,Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98 at the

Mr. Arthur Hodge, a Marion county

boy, now holds a fine position with a
big firm in Los Angeles, Calif.

See the handsome display of dia

monds and other new jewelry in our

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

Judge Joseph Bell has returned from

the state encamjpmentand is again in
his office.

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98 at the

Mrs. I. E. Spiegel of Summerfield

was a guest of the Ocala House yes


1000 bushels of Texas Red

Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.


Mr. W, L. Bassett. superintendent of

the Holder mines at Inverness was in

town today.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL.

When you are dry drink PLEZOL.

When you look for prosperity drink


Messrs. H. M. Hampton and Edwin

Spencer went up to Boardman on pro
fessional business today.

All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have

them framed.






Rales Reasonable American Plan

Dr. A. L. Izlar is home from South

Carolina, where he accompanied his

son, Laurie, to school.

Trunks of all styles and different
grades, steamer and large trunks, at

the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company,

Alfred Green has returned from Vir

ginia, where he spent the summer

with his grandmother.

"mrr .... m.

xou can gee anymmsr from a nnt

card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'


The Ocala Northern will run another

of Its excursions to Orange Springs
Sunday. One fare for the round trip.

Smoke Cuban Club 6 cent cigars.

Miss Nancy Browne of Tampa was

added to the Ocala schools faculty,

completing it, today. She will teach

the seventh grade. Miss Browne has

had several years experience x in the
Hillsboro schools and is highly recom recommended
mended recommended by SupL Bucholz of Tampa.

Mrs. Mamie Fox accompanied her

son, Mr. C. F. Fox, to Atlanta yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and expects to remain in the
Georgia capital some weeks.

Mrs. Guy Toph received a letter yes

terday from her husband at Lexington,
Ky., saying' that" Mrs. A. R. Toph was

steadily improving.

Mr, C. C. Atkinson, a prominent law

yer of Hawkinsville, Ga., is at the
Ocala House. He is hee on profes professional
sional professional business with Hocker & Duval.

Messrs. Amos W. Braselton. E. Cas-

selle, E. Pomeroy and Eliam Under

wood of Atlanta are at the Ocala


FOR RENT The late H. B. Nettles

property, Romeo, Fla.; store, dwelling
and still. Address, Mrs. H. B. Nettles,
Romeo, Fla.

Messrs. Charlie Flippen, Frank An

thony, Robert Flinn and J. C. Smith

went "up to Orange Lake after the fish

today. They had fishing tackle galore,
but a careful search by the reporter
failed to reveal any bail.

Mr. R. E. Yonge offers to chip in a

dollar to buy an auto for County Road

Overseer Gordon, so that gantlemam

can judge how the public highways
bump the rider of a car. The Star bets

the proposition will be entirely agree

able to Henry.




$100 MACHINE FOR $65
Sold for Cash or Monthly

It is unquestionably the most

practical typewriter made, regard

less of price.

R. Ii. MARTIN, Local Agent,

Room 9, Merchants Block, Ocala,


15 Machines Sold in Ocala in One




Baggage, Freight. Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Given All Orders


R. H. Pratt and N. J. Pratt of At

lanta are at the Ocala House.

WANTED Boarders and roomers.

Nice large rooms and good board.
Also plain and fancy sewing done sat

isfactorily. Apply to Mrs. Crumpton,

87, Anthony road. 9-22-6t

Mr, Alf Owen is much better today

and able to sit up. He is in good
hands. If anybody knows how to take
good care of a sick man, it is Mrs. J.
J. Pyles.

WANTED Two young men to take

orders and deliver packages. Steady
employment. Pay every Saturday

night. S. E. Rowe, the market man.

Mrs. Arthur Cobb and little daugh

ter, Fanita are expected home from

Seabreeze today, and Mr. Cobb's face

isn't wide enough to hild his smiles.

Office, 487.
Residence, 340.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and children and

Misses Annie Atkinson and Lois Dame

are expected home from Seabreeze to

morrow. ...

If what you eat won't make you

smile, try a box af Digestit and then

you can t neip it. At the court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy.

Mrs. W. T. Cole and her pretty little

granddaughter. Miss Mabel McAteer,

have returned from their visit to Jacksonville.

We can save you one third the price

of your trunk, suit case or hand bag,

and have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

Mr. George Angestein arrived in our

city last night from Jacksonville, hav

ing secured employment with Jos. W.
Dodge, the well known decorator.

SO) l it r r
was M?Mrti?imm




FOR SALE CHEAP A good type

writer desk, almost new and very lit
tie used. Apply to this office.

The Burbank fruit and truck grow

ers : union gave a aance in tbe new

canning factory at Burbank last night.

It was largely attended, many going

out from Ocala.

Pictures framed at the Ocala News

Company while you wait, and yot

don't have to wait a week or a month.


When in Jacksonville stop1 with Mrs.
E. L, Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11

East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c

room In the city.

FOR RENT House on Fort King

avenue with seven rooms and a large

attic House formerly occupied by Mr

Will Gary. Apply to Mrs. William An

Captains Graham and Bell unite in
saying that the camp of the state

troops at Black Point was jn good

condition and the report of Its bad

sanitation written by a Jacksonville

physician was untrue.

FOR TRADE A gentleman's bicycle

in good condition. Will exchange for

a bicycle for a little girl ten years old

Write to Mrs. R Q, Hollo man,' general

delivery, Ocala. 9-28-tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tally went down

to the lake today for a few days stay.

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LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Mag

nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment In schoolrooms, dormi-l

tories, dining hall and recreation rooms. v :



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P. O. BOX 273 -' ,:' OCALA, FLA.

quality, and Is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies, Carriages. Wagons.
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when in need we will eliminate
your troubles. " :

Mr. A. F. Dreka went up to Jack-

sonvnle this morning to meet his wife

and children, who have been at Ashe Ashe-ville
ville Ashe-ville the past two weeks.

Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink


Rev. J. D. Chapman presided at the

Baptist prayer meeting last night and

made a good impression on his congregation.

Don't meet your friend with a frown.

Use Digestit, and meet him with a
smile. The Court Pharmacy.

Mis3 Bessie Bitting went to St. Pe

tersburg yesterday to take a position
as bookkeeper for the firm of Wilson
& Chace of that city.

FOR SALE First class stable fer

tilizer for yard or garden use. Phone
371 or call on Dr. D. M. Boney.

Mrs. W. N. Camp and .son and Mr.

and Mrs. Clarence Camp and children
and their governess arrived from

Asheville today.

We can supply you with pare Ice tor
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a cT
load. Place your orders with na,


Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.

The Ocala Rifles returned from the
camp at Black Point yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The boys had hard work and
a good time and looked happy and
hearty. On the same train came the
St. Petersburg and Leesburg com companies,
panies, companies, and they made things lively
as tbey came along through the piny

Mr. J. F. Henkell, representing the
Syracuse Smelting. Works, manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of linotype and stereotype
metals, was In town today calling on
the printers. Mr. Henkell comes to
this section once a year and his friends
are always glad to see him.


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It is healthful and invigorating.

Patronize the up-to-date market
that has the best selection always, that
names lowest prices always.
: Our meats are 'always of the finest
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We have in our large store, almost every
thing yot could wish for to furnish yotir
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of fornitore in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the famish-'
ings that go with the line. Oar stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest hoe of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock" every item the
builder or contractor needs.





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A Great R1tI, ht Moved All

ComaiaiKr, Hm Junt Closed
Editor Star: Please give space for
the following' account of the gTeat re re-rival
rival re-rival just closed at:the Anthony Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church. Rev. Cecil Phillips of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, brother of Hon. H. S. Phillips of
Tampa, did the preaching. The ser services
vices services started the second Sunday in this
month and continued throughout
Thursday of last week. The first ser sermon
mon sermon Brother Phillips preached caught
the hearts of his audience with such
force and power that all who were in
the large congregation felt assured of
a successful meeting.
The success of Brother Phillips
preaching i3 in the fact that his hear hearers
ers hearers l03e sight of him in beholding the
lamb of God that taketh away the sin
of the world. In air of his sermons the
mission of the son of God Is before his

audience. He came to seek and to

save the lost. By grace are ye saved
through faith and that not of your

self. It is the gift of God. Not of

work3 less any man should boast

Holding his audience to breathless at

tention his cry is repentance1 towards

God, faith in Jesus Christ and obedi

ence to prove the genuineness of re-

pentence and faith Salvation by grace
rings in the ears and burns in the

hearts of those who, hear him.

Although Brother ; Phillips had been

hard at .work in revival services
some time before coming to Anthony,
yet he labored night and day for -his

Mastery preaching in all nineteen ser

mons, without a halt or breakdown.

Only once did his voice sound husky.

That God's love was In the meeting.

that the power of, Christ was in the

meeting, that the regenerating- in

fiuence of the Holy Spirit was in the
meeting is beyond the shadow of a

doubt. Upon the invitation of repent repentance
ance repentance towards God, faith in Jesus and
obedience to his law, 28 accepted sal

vation by grace. Of these 28, 26 were
baptized in Silver Springs Thursday
morning by Bro. X. B. Pluramer and
Brother Phillips. Five were received
into the church by letter. All of the

candidates for baptism were grown
men and women, except two, who were

13 and 14 years of age.

In all of Brother Phillips preaching

he never became sensational. He con

fined himself to God's word and Its
simplicity. At no time was there any
excitement. He that believeth and is

baptized shall be saved. Repent and

be baptized every one of you in the
name of the Lord Jesus Christ and

thou shall be saved." God so loved the
world that he gave his only begotten
Son that whosoever believed on him

should not perish but have everlasting
life.; God sent not his Son into the

world to condemn the world but that

through his son the world could be
saved. He that believeth on the Lord
Jesus shall be saved. He that believeth
not shall be damned. He that hath
the son of God hath life. He that hath
not the son of God hath not life. I
am the way, the truth and the life.
Come unto me all ye that are weary
and heavy -laden and I will give you
rest. Upon these planks in the plat platform
form platform of Christ Jesus weary, souls
found rest, through the regenerating
power of the Holy Spirit. From every
Hp sounded the note of victory; God's
people through God's power and love
had conquered sin.
Anthony had ben moved as never
before in its history. The influence of
the meeting moved out into the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country. People from Sparr,
Oak, Fort McCoy and Oxford attended
the meetings. Some of Brother Phil Phillips
lips Phillips faithful members came from Ox Oxford
ford Oxford to give their support to the cause
of the son of God, and encourage their
Our pastor. Brother Plummer, threw

his great heart and strength into the

meeting and the force of his great

life was felt In power and might Many
obstacles confronted Brother Phillips
Many untruthful reports were circu circulated
lated circulated against him, seemingly to break
up the meeting, but truth crushed to
each will rise again. In every respect
it was a great meeting and in every
point of a preacher Brother Phillips is
a great evangelist.
The people paid Brother Phillips for
his work ?108 as a token of their love
for him and his unselfish labor. May
God richly bless this young brother In
his work of leading souls to .Jesus.
That he is a Baptist is without ques question
tion question or apology. He preaches thus,
sayeth the Lord. His fund of infor information
mation information in regard to Baptist principles
and doctrines Is safe and sound, for
it is founded upon God's word a
brighter day Is aheard for the Anthony

Baptist church..
May God richly bless our beloved
pastor. Brother Plummer.
H. L. Griggs.

dock and took i


Mantase Wa Bryaat f Mr,

' Deatk m Bartal of R. C. Rle 1
Belleview. Sept, 28. Sunday at, 10

Eastlake j o'clock a. m., at the Methodist church.

him at the Eastlake

him across the lake.

Rev. Campbell Gray and family of

Ocala, after a few days outing at
Eastlake, returned home Saturday. A

return visit'bf this pleasant family is

desired bv their manv

friends. j there occurred one of the prettiest lit

Miss Martin and Masters V-Welch I tle weddings that has taken place In

Dewey and Claud HIckel of Ocala were I the City of Oaks, when Mr. Charles

recent guests of the Carlisle family at Preston Davis and Miss Reba Bryant

their Woodmar cottage. were united in marriage, xne cnurcn

Miss Lillian Mann of Camden. S. C. !s filled and at the appointed time to

who was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I the strains or the wedding march

G. Lege for several weeks last winter, I played by Miss Calile Rickards, the

is again their guest at their'Woodmar bridal party entered the church. Little

home. Miss Mann has many friends J Misses Pearl Proctor ana Minnie Tre Tre-who
who Tre-who welcome her return to the lake. jmere. the pretty. little flower girls, en-

Mrs. James R. Moorhead and two I tered marching up the left" aisle and

children and Miss Nellie Hooper of scattering flowers, in. the pathway of
Ocala were the guests of J. R. Josselyn bride and groom, who came next and
at his Eastlake home from Saturday stood under a beautiful arch at the
till Monday. altar made of green with. white roses

The Eastlake Boat Works has been I entertwined, with a pretty white .and

quite busy lately putting a number of j green wedding bell, under which" the

boats in good shape for the coming! bridal couple stood while Rev. Wen-

season. The launch Billiken has re- j rich with a pretty and impressive ser ser-ceived
ceived ser-ceived a new coat of paint and the 8- j vice made then man and wife. The

horsepower engine has been replaced altar was decorated with ferns and

with a new 14-horsepower engine, jwith the bridal party made a pretty
fhis keeps the Billiken at the head of 1 picture. After the marriage service.

the list as the best equipped and most Mr. and Mrs. Davis, preceded by -the

dependable boat for all purposes on! little flower girls came down the right

Lake Weir.

aisle, leaving the church to the strains

of the wedding march. The bride

looked very dainty in her wedding
gown of soft white silk made empire, i

and trimmed with Irish lace medalions.

She wore a wedding veil caught up

with orange -blossoms and carried a i

bridal bouquet of white roses tied

with white satin ribbon. ; The groom i

wonderful cures, l wa3 dressed in conventional black and

mem, ana, sure i the little flower erlrls looked daintv



J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St.. Steuben-

ville, O., says: "For years I suffered

from weak kidneys and a severe blad bladder
der bladder trouble. I learned of Foley Kid

ney Pills and their

so I began taking

enough, I had as good results as any I land pretty in their dresses of : white
heard about. My backache left me, I with daisy crowns and garlands. Mr.

and to one or my business, express- and Mrs. Davis left at 1 o'clock for
man, that alone is a great advantage, their wedding tour, going from here
My Kidneys acted free and normal; to Gainesville in an auto, and : will
and that saved me a lot of misery. It Is spend a week or so at other 'places ere
now a pleasure to work where It us- returning to their future home at
ed tor be a misery. Foley Kidney Pills Summerfield. where Mr. Davis has a

nave curea me ana nave my mgnesi i position with the National. Land Com-

pralse." sold by the court Fnarmacy. l pany. To Mr. and Mrs. Davis we ex

tend our heartiest congratulations

REDDICK land best wishes for their future hap

piness. -

Reddick, Sept. 27. dOur warmest J Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moore and child child-days
days child-days are gone and farmers are busy I ren left Sunday night for their old

gathering hay and peanuts. The cot-1 home in Illinois. Mr. Moore was call-


From the historic past of old New Orleans has come down t t
across the ceatnries, a marvelously delicious cTce blepd. So fjocj i:
that it has been an undisputed leadtr iot over aTmndrl yars An
day its use is rapidly increasing amoiijj js-ipl.i wh 3 Iwve Xod voL
It is; and alwavs has been, tha ch nct Pja Aroerrcaa grown
roasted by a Unique Hygicmit Process that


Kernel L

while retaining and intensifying alt the natural flavor and areola.
Until the building of the French Market Mills this rare old r

could be had only at the French Market in New Orleans. tri I.C-,
you all may enjoy it, daily. tytm r oztn table. 'Ftr it is now tc! Jl jr r
where in hermetically-sealed tins, in all its lUktural.strenzta v
cious aroma. - "' x .' '-"- t
There is only one real old French Market flavor'sonly ox exl"
with a history. . 1
Get It At Your Grcccri


French Market Rlilb LfffJ

(New OriH Caff Co, L eiiee)

New Orleans, Leu -







ton crop around here this year is bet better
ter better than usual. The" peanut crop is
also good.
Miss Kendall, our old school teacher,
was a guest of Mrs. J, W. Wilson a
few days this week.

Mr. Douglass and Raymond Cromar

ed away on business matters.

Mrs. Sam Millican came in Sunday

afternoon from Green Cove Springs,

to be present at the funeral services

of Mr. R. C. Ridge.

Quite a few of Summerfield's citi

zens were .visitors Sunday evening, ,to

tie of Gainesville came down today to 1 be present at the Davis-Bryant wed-

spend a few days with their" uncle, D.I ding

S. Cromartie.
Mrs. S. L. Frldy returned from Co Columbia.
lumbia. Columbia. S. C, Saturday evening, and

reports having a very pleasant time.

The rainy days are coming back to

disappoint the farmers In

hay yields..

The Talitha Cuml class of the Meth

odist church will serve Ice cream at

the town hall ; Friday night for the
benefit of the church. All are Invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barrett of Levon

the good I and Mr. Cecil Bryant of Ocala were

present Sunday at the Davis-Bryant

Mr. A. G. Fridy and his bride areiwedding.

expected home this week. I School opened Monday, Sept. 18th,

with; an enrollment of fifty scholars.

Prof, i Henry Richards, principal, : and-

Miss Celia RIckards, assistant, are in

fitrttvul nr- cfnlon una nnlnfnr flntrl Cnarge.


This is a good start and let

about 18 months old. white and liver "s nPe tthe school will improve

omnr with IW eV n frnnt l.., lne opponumiy ana a some gooa

T.lvPr rnlnrod hrt mnMv. with Hrhtlwork during the term.

a,r, xra T?,y,or. ir ,oai I Mrs. M. E. Washburn and daughter.

Had! vcaia, are visiting wim

irienas nere. .j...

around eyes. Rather

Will answer to name of "Clark.

collar on when last seen with city
license tag riveted on and "W. P. Mc"
on tag.: Liberal reward paid for re return
turn return of dog to Ocala Wagon Works.





Ocsillia; IFfliminruIjbumiCIJ

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Pumps, Gas Engines. Steam Beating. Irrigating Plants, Habberoil
Roofing, Fire Extinguishers, Kewanee Water Plants, AcetyUne Gaa
Plants. Lamps, Motors, Generators, Fans, Batteries, Electric Flxturea,
Heating Appliances. Everything Electric Electric, Electric Installa Installations.
tions. Installations. '.


P. O. BOX 49




The entire community was saddened

by the passing away of one of our well

known -- and universally beloved citi

zens, Mr. R. C. Ridge, whose death oc

curred at his home Saturday evening.

i September 23rd. Mr. Ridge and wife




Urs. Dooseivife: Don't you want some good, line Knives

d. Forks and Spoons, and a Carving Set lor your nice table?
. 4tar Carving Knives will carve; our Cutlery will cut.

We cut our prices when we first mark our Cutlery- No body- and hasten the anal breaking

mm m wm m i I

"saarp pracuce in our uaruware diore.

Kidney Diseases Cause Half the Com

mon Aches and Ilia of Oeala

As one weak link weakens a chain,
so. weak kidneys weaken the whole


A severe attack on School. Principal and little daughter came to Belleview
Chas. B. Allen of Sylvania, Ga., is thus nearly 28 years -ago from Kansas, and
told by him: "For more than three cast their lot with the people' here, and

years," he writes, "I suffered maescri-1 since that time thru the years have

bable torture from rheumatism, liver, I proven their, sterling worth by con-

and stomach trouble and diseased Kia-1 tinuous acts of kindness, : mercy and

neys. All remedies failed until I used j j0ve to all with whom they came In

Electric- Bitters, but lour bottles orie0ntact. '-Mr Rldee in time of sick-

this wonderful remedy cured me com-1 ness, trouble or disaster was always

pletely." Such results are common, j nrst and ready with loving assistance

inousanas mess mem lur curing oium- j to those who needed It, and many

r m i iiici o at c; nuu uis niu wvrua I Af ft aA Wl S W Jl
disorders, and biliousness, and for new Jcheery greeting" have helped ; on to a I UlllCe, 3? leSI LrCC3YSy

health and vigor. Try them. Only 50 1 brighter, better way. He was a devot

cents at lyamgs & company s. ed Christian, and through the past

year of suffering, being confined to his

SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE I home, there was never a murmur of

complaint, simply a calm resignation

In cleaning up the remnants or pa-l and sweet faith in the Heavenly Father

per about the rf office we have padded I on whom his hope was anchored. Sat-

and cut a quantity of paper into dlt- lurdav evenine- he neacefullv fell asleen

. V r

ferent convenient sizes tor oincen the arms of his God. Mr. Ridge was

worK. z& or bv cents wm gei you 1 66 years of age, and leaves a wife.

enough of these pads to figure the agejMrs. Mary ; Ridge, and daughter, 'Mrs.

01 Ann on. ine fetar Uince. I O. M. Gale, with numhorloaa frtmd.

who loved him to mourn his death.

A fiekce MutiT Ai a it 31 The funeral services were held Sunday

Is the hoarse, startling cough of a I afternoon at : the Methodist church.

child, suddenly attacked by croup. Oft-1 Rev. "Wenrich conducted .the services

en it aroused Lewis Chamblln of Man-1 and spoke beautifully and lovingly of

Chester, O., (R. R. No. 2) for their four the life of Mr. Ridge. Rev. wenrich

children were greatly subject to croup. I and little daughter sang a duet at the

Sometimes in severe attacks," hejservices which was comforting to the

wrote, "we were afraid they would I bereaved ones, rDeath Is Only a

die, but since we have proved what a j Dream." The- casket was completely

certain remedy Dr. King's New Dis-j covered with beautiful floral offerings.

covery Js, we have- no fear. We rely I attesting in a small way the love and!

on it for croup and for coughs, colds, I esteem in which he was held. The

or any throat or lung trouble." So l pall bearers were Messrs. Shedd, lee.

G. A. HBBHlf


Dect Stetecects wiD Dec::tte Uztz UtzZ : iA

RHaiiPiloinL MandlwaiiPB Co

Couldn't Walk!-
- "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to
mmtn," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III "For
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,
our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so
thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am
never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in
fine health at 52 years.





We have thousands of such letters, and more are
erriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta vegetable,
ble, vegetable, tonic medicine, for women.
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
rrive It a trial It should help you, for it has helped a mil million
lion million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi ingredients,
ents, ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs,
It is a good tonic. Try it 1 Your druggist sells it
-. Z iftet t$: Lafles Advitory Dept. Chattanooga Medidnt Co, Chattaaoofa, Tmul,
tx&mslallnstnetloiu. and M-paga book. MHoow Treatment lor Women. scot free. J S3

Overwork, strains, colds and other

causes injure the kidneys, and when

their activity is lessened the whole
body suffers from the excess of uric

poison circulated in the blood.

Aches and pains and languor and
urinary ills come, and there is an ev

er-Increasing tendency toward dropsy
and fatal Erlght's disease. There is
no real help for the sufferer, except

kidney help.

Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on

the kidneys and strike at the root of
the trouble. Ocala cures, are the proof.
I Irwin, Florida House, Ocala', Fla.,

says: "My kidneys were weak and
had to pass kidney secretions to fre

quently. Often my back was lame and

I also had pains through my kidneys

l nave taken JJoan s ivldney Fils on
different occasions and have always

found them just as represented. I feel
justified in giving this preparation my
endorsement, for I know what it will


For sale by all dealers. Price, fifty

cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N.

Y sole agents for the United States



rav loo- mmm ,tdbp :wm




From ALA

9505 Kansas. City and return. On sale Sept. 22-25-24 th. Um'it October 2d.

29.80 Nashville, Tenn. and return. On sale Oct 3rd and 4tb. Limit Oct. 20.
34t5 Atlantic City. N. J., and return. On sale Oct. 4, 5, 7. Limit Oct. 18.

do thousands'of others. So may you. j Nelson, Alf Proctor, .Welhe hnd George I fia.70 Knoxville, Tenn., and return, pn sale Sept. JtJv to Oct lit.: Limit 10

Asthma, hay fever, lagrippe, whoop-1 Proctor. The entire community f with

ing cough and: hemorrhages fly before! the writer has known and loved the!

it. Fifty cents and $1. Trial bottle J deceased for many years and extend

free. Sold by Ty dings & Company. J their sympathy to the bereaved ones i

in their loss, but the time will not be

BEST QUALITY OF FRESH HAY I long e'er we will all go to Join him

on the other shore where there Is no

For sale, any quantity of new mown 1 pain or parting,, ana an is happiness

hay: besrsar weed mixed with crab l ana love.

and Mexican clover. Apply to



F W. Ditto.

Fast Trains THrouai Pcllrncns L.'r.j Ccro
". t -- ' ' i ""' v -: '' :"--' .,
For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic

T in- Ttrtl4i4- A m-m19 4 mlv tiriil(A,



A merciless murderer Is appendicitis Y. D. DEAZLEY T P. A.

How would you like to number your f" 7 ..Tlctimirt.Dr. King's New

friends by millions as Bucklen's Arni- ". i i.vuuVU.

r.r caiira rtrtoeT its aernimnin? piitp

in the nast' forty years made them. Its "ovrfls preven""f.inatf 1UBBinB ..n"

,.. ),. fnt- nrA ,nTllM appenoicins. curing consupa-

" "J " "V.e t: tion, headache, biliousness, chills, etc
ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts n.,

bruises or cold sores. Has no equal J A .c" u- 'U,U6" ywm

for piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.
or corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings.


fba Bmmmhc KiMCMrkwoca .' 'O0 Stomach TaovMX Mid CetnrATio

We have a great many Are arms of

all kinds, descriptions and prices, both

new and second hand, that we have

taken In as pledges. The prices are
very low. Call and look them over, j

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Eastlake, Sept. 27. Dr. Camp's fine

new launch "Catlin was placed in

the lake Monday. It is-equipped with

an 8-horsepower engine. The launch

was built during their summer leisure

i hours by ; Dr. Camp and son, and is

quite an addition to the Lake Weir

! fleet. :., .' :

W. B. Gray, president of the Carney

Investment, Company, came up from

Tampa the' first of the-week to look

after business matters at the Lake
Weir grove. The masonry for the new

packing house of the Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Company at Lake Weir is being
received and placed this week.

Mi3S Anna Moorhead of Ocala was

the guest of Mrs. E. F. Newport at

Eastlake last week.

Mr George MacKay, Sr., came down

from Ocala Tuesday; afternoon to spend

a day with his family at their home
on the north side. The Florence met

Millions in. the air. Think of It.
Every time you open your mouth, in

goes a whole menagerie of microbes, j
germs and bacteria. When the liver,

stomach and bowels are active, these

germs are harmless. If they are torpid

it is just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season Is
generally of a malrial nature. The
moral is uses HERBINE to keep the

ntrpr. stomaft. and bowels In a state

of health and activity. It cures in indigestion
digestion indigestion and constipation. Price 50c
Sold by all druggists.

We have a number of very choice;
double barreled, hammerless shotguns, j
and can save you money on them. The j

Ocala lawn & Ioan uompany.

Diarrhnpa. alwavs more or less

prevalent during September. Be pre- j

nared for it. Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
prompt and effectual. It can always j

be depended upon and is pleasant to

take. For sale by all dealers.

"When yon feel "Blue Half Sick, Oat of Sort, and everythlnr leemi to ro
wronff, yon can blame It on the Liver, as that organ is usually at tUUL

For a Torpid Liver You Need


Tho Remedy That Puts TJcivLifo in tho
end Regulates tho Covcls.

A" llveT that la torpid exercises a demoralizing- Influence all through the body. It hxxszzT Vmt
kidneys In their work, clogs up the bowels, throws bilious impurities into the blood and interferes
with digestion. A person in this condition is pale, sallow and discouraged, feels bad, looks bad and his
general condition is bad. Food digests, poorly, bowels mostly constipated, suffers from dixzy spslls,
occasional headaches and prefers to sit around and do nothing in place of his usual bustling energy
and cheerfulness. - m : ." -- ,.' - y.
Herbine changes nil t'sfs by starting the internal machinery Into activity again. Its reviving
effect on the Torpid L r j prompt and thorough. The Stomach and Kidneys feel its stimulating in influence.
fluence. influence. The Bowels t-i'i purged of costive conditions and regular dally operations re-established. As
a result of this general scouring, of the Interior, functional activity is resumed everywhere an4 the
purified blood goes coursing through veins, carrying new life and, energy to rcry part,

Sold ct Drug Stores, Price 50c per Ccttlo.




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