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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: September 22, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03512
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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12. Number 90

OCAT A, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, .ftjkmha 22. o9O.

that's Good to Eat Phione No. 15

For the F Ceople of Many ple K.1d and Enti e si-

Ocala, O""t by an Explo' And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans
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Kn.x'le Ternn Sep-! 2 -A p i KaYfflrPe
J-!!-,. Ttenn.. ,- ,rt- the explo- n i t u U
." rr: -d of dyniamit. there
jrr-at l'psS of lMfe anr propr1*ty
ovu,."t:'". "', : .u W e are also prepared to build and repair
Th,-ar; (rf dynarmIte was standing in
+ : o,. dhen it-i Lpxe, 0A.. Telephone Lines and Motcrs, and do Gen-
*a ,- ff:,dn people wa, r killed
, .. fify nd ,wventy-nve eral Repair \Vcrk.
T -,- of the 7-!/*,'a3i wa r mark-
;. i# twenty feet d.ep and Shop ad Sale Rooms Opposfte the PostafficeDrigstoe

z .'. r"~r:whait cau"Ie the rx-

-r:Ph, ]'ians Kjf-rc- sent to the.M
'r- '-':Tt rr,,x..;.'-r y o the js -%mu- M

At 1#-&-i five hundred people havc-F
rtr-'nd'-r"-i hiornelegm by the explo-
Piv#.- f the elead bodies recv-Will HO
'1i-tzimcred bciomd all ree4rlg'I-


one IS.

B. W. MacDONALD, Manager.

old Up the Rails of the Canal

A Jacksonviiif Trn>; the in
;,.--. *,".:n--'s houA- inr. the town;
,- ,.. :.,.. re, dakd by the- explo- government contra-t for
T.r. .- j, i,,n raiway station wa, .i"-, p crossties for the Panama Rail-
*,' ,'-: ",, '-;-!in:.-r and all telegraphic roa.l.
, ..-, i,..',. i- ut off. the tele- A l-iet-r came yetl-rdaty fr.nm W-,:h-

hit','"- tni%- rn'-anu of ioutitide
r '-~ -ir-r, it- f h'. reo l
'F' a -' -i.-l '-'u na'd .n thc- K'-n-

T -' 4- af 'ha- t1.i-is -not
* .r --n., ia'' s Fu,'rpossei Tao
-- :--'. -.anira-- u' -',nhust icon.

r r n--'-,f'ha-m i- -s.- far unl'i'-n-


But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic,
Cho:e-a and Diarrhoea Remedy

"iVt' t.?.y boy was two '--ars old
': a v.-rv" s'ere attack of bowel
.-, ; St !-,u- b,- ':,- use of Chamber-
.', ,',;iC. -'h-;ra nd Diarrhoea
.:-- *: ;\ ,-whil him vut all right."
'. .-l,' H- lick,,x. a'f Midland. Mich.
-"; 4, -in he depnded u;on in
a r;. .-'1 -.- t, ff. Even cholera -
::'JT." *' i ; -re'j by It. Follow the
a:r ,T :ir1 .1 ir-' tins and a cure i -
*--t' *i, n F-it sa.;- ly all druggists.
T__ Tkn-'Y .. .& -- h... &L C4&: -a'

Ingx'.tn tha' 'S ": P-', & <',
o)t thi. rity. % er. I* i I ; b l-: '
;:nd ikthey \v -rt- gi- -. :, ,: r. t. ih-y
,> ill ati4, ri.'.j (4 Th.; P-:'in UiLBruns-
vi, k. .i*' th*- ti- wilt ne-.rnl' a3'! ha of
f-!. 'Ia timlber an-]1 Tman-f.i' 'iur'-.--M'-
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"ur- -Il l-:.In,-y. bladder and rheu-
n.ti'- tr,,;bl. Sold by all dru:ggists.
'or %,to mon' i's truatmnrnt by mrail for
01 t- E. WV. iHal!. 2(26 Olive street.
St. fLoui.. Mo. S'e:,d for ,!s.inionial.
So'] in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
DT ugstore.

Y",i witl always find at J. R. Mlar-
tin & fCo's ex(hanrmp -talpl-s in Ocala.
-nd at Hugh Nic-.hi9' Wlldwood sta-
'I, i a g,"o-d injies an,] Iotses as can
b,- found in Florida For quality the
i ri-.'o. a:e reaonahle. No trouble to
sh"w, ani:7ial: When in need call on
Hugh Nilchols. proprietor, Ocala (r
Wildwood. Fla.


I t i en j IU ,US U IIU ItI w ItTmin-WI lri D~ itO
Lives Lost by the Hong Kong
Typhoon j T
Ty ,o.. Pure Ice Cream a
H' n, KI., Sert. "22--Iater Inves- m
'a'i : -h' v" that the number of Choti Ce.-nie. Fr
,it ah- fr.,rithi- typhon far exceeds
;0- ,.:es h,-'-tofore given out. Ful Lfine of all PopiL
T.-lay inf-,-,iiation has been receiv-
'-,*A' l1. s.', .: that Ten thoustand4
.... ,,- i.-- ;,t as a result of Come in and enjoy a cold d
'-' ,',-' ,lia.i-;-r. f |,the ,lt,.ir f-ifans. Don'l forizet

1; !'- ;it-i, la--n sa--rtaained that an
": -', ,- -ix hun'.,(- I :;,hinx junkm
S .- -.,, ; t;-, t.,ig; taao we '-aft.. were
,- ;'.... \ ,,'i t ll n ar lIost. T hi. j
0. 1- ".. .t i, .,r *>f ,'. i at lea.t
i ,. *. .:.,*. and i!1 in. ease the
-, ,' *. '*- :'.r lx *anfl "'I-, tw#-nty |
, * -* .-*. t'-' it '- '* ' l ,am itit
* *.-. "av-.t aa<5 ii ^' Sa, ti'-.-ar( .flai
".,- *. -, 'nu in t *-"-.. ts that the
: *..-. ;4,- .," -..r -' - :-, grasp the'
.. ,i: -'f .iit tl:< affair.

T-t(. iurc-r that stand to its cr-di;
r-kt- .';,,kl,-n's Arnica Salve a scien-
' fite w.>ndir. It cured E. R. Mulf,,rd.
'1-r-:,r- r for -h- Patrons of Husbandry.
S'V:n,-'l,,ro. Pa of a distressing case
,.f ',t- it ha i it s tht- worst burns.
.-.-- l,.tils ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil-
1 'a.r- ad salt rheum Only 25!. at
Ty'lir"- & C'i'. drugstore.

And Run Away When the Fire is Re-
T:: \.in; S"tpt. L"2 la Discupcion -L
SlVt. -i a t lis'atti from Cienfuegos
-,.vYi,, tr't- h]l. jc(Rets from the Amer-
i in L-u1n'ilar .1latit-tta. who were gar-
:,-.nmlta ;i. S,,lt.;;'l sugar- estate, had
I, :, ti'-,i ,n thy the r.-tels. The
;, ;- r '..*r,,,i th'- fire and the reiwels
"I N" c.i-u;tilll IPs. The Soledax es- 11 E
,;. it i ..,v 'd by Americans. The
i, \ ha- (rt-at.-t great excitement
;.n ith- in. sagvnt Itaders near Ha-
". ,l.-,i.', t1c iTwi.l.-nt If the re- Best Xf
,r i- truth. Th- insurgent leaders
* .!* r: t'- *,r', '. 'inf declare it was Clean
, i ,td i. th.- Paimna g--vernment to
)tw-li^ inhi,'Rg-nt cause. 17 J
T',,..<"' Ki."-Ineyv (':re will cure any
... inn 4 or ,r bllad-.1r trouble that
.i tit ,tyond the rfa;,h of medicine.
N i-d,'li int can 41-o more. Sold by

H* avana. P , n .]r,,nin.-nt Americans. sel-ected i
",:i' : .'),'l-t ine jr,,min.-nt American
.i .'.,,tY ,v' otrs in (uba. are here. !
11i, .,-.- r: i.. to give Secretary Taft I
*'*- *fnlf,-:.-,'i.>tn -, mm:v\ desire from


N.-.xt to Mlmiroe &-


The, Witl be no Furtber Conttb Over
the Last Will and Testameat ef
Uncle Russel
New York September 2.-The ex-
pectled contest over the will of the late
Russell Saxe has been abandoned, a
settlment being reached out of the
By the terms of the agreement ef-
ficted the contest is called off, and
i ech one of the legatees is to receive
jduble the amount named in the wilL
Thist concession is made on the con-
dition that there will be no further
contest over the will. and all interested
agre-ed to this proposition.
The will was immediately admitted
tt probate and all of the legatees are
much better satisfied than they would
have been had they been forced into


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lime cmitha.. Likasad awvu siomtdb~g m mA m*m~e '

A---a- t aesvie, xt exWene -ay. th, e' '. --.-- --- ----- --,------- ---- i. ---
I 26th--Distinguished Speakwes Will efaUd ly gc tif. U w1 adU &hel tb. bVow to oftW <
I be Present atr"g bety A" homE y do M g 0" own1 *1ill, wAM
I __ -- 0The University of the State of Flor- I i u ni ta IS I d a
Ida will o tpen in its new quarterss in I lt ,Ped.leei-:nt am g umtk 4 9. d .
Tulula Lodge. No. 22. 1 0. 0. F. Gainesville. on the :6th of the present : Its quality i d* MIt oy to t oi ll - rn-_t.s every Tuesday evening In month. The buildings are exceedingly pr '"I"dpl/ e of platt with plgalwe at -m ug 61 Io A 'tLw
Yong-'! Hali. E. Jeffords. N. G. iiandsome and a large force of hands *' s me tho d of c= -- ure MI a$ i i di a--_ d
W. Bryant. Secretary, i. engaged in getting them and the} ? "' WN
grounds in readiness for the opening. ar ce m fthe inattiW SiA U i alm I S h m i -
^^ v n n n r Prtmi-rects are bright for a good at-; : ,'. fece their plefito Pima to iirnthe fe aa son 41~ ie
'& /'/I H I'tendance. and there is every reason to CMALfifiX IO SYRUP .- l KIau il t me h m 61
88i I 0 8l, -ok forward to a successful year.
-On Thursday, the 27th. at 2 p. m- .. t O "
Notice of Session f' f,,rmal exercises will be held in the t oS
--Ocala Lodge No. 861, i university chapel.. Among the speak- ['--'-'.-' ..- -l i
Benevolent and Proie-. of that opca.Icn. says the Oainem- ....' ..' : ,i-.y.: : .. i he -
^y tective Order of Elks.! vill Sun. will he < vernor N. B. Brow- '. <.. "-y {tt ads y .. U A< am- '
R'gj'ar essions n 2nd and 4th *ar;. wh, will speak on the subject. Hr*-N..-" -. --
'U..l- in each m"on2thn d isiting"Education and (Citizenshir,:'" n N."' .- -
a,.'rin each m-th. Visiting P Br-an. chairman of the boarl of ...
or, Ph-r.!,o ~ T:d ".. :"
Vor Ander-on, ln-T r. control, who will sveak on "-The Uni- 1 *
W.u. A r~-o Exalt~Ri >verity of the State of Florida." and *
David S. Williams. Secretary. President A. A. Murphree. of the Flor- '-.. C
idia Female College, on "The Unity of -.- -.
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE the State School System." Hon. Frank .' : / : = ." -'T-.
%%as the greatt.!t general the world haS, Clark. M. C.. will make the opening! I i " l .
a-,r known. Ballard's Snow Lini-1 adrres. It is the desire (of those In ".. "'*-- .,
'-a. t is he greatest liniment. Quick- -thutLrity thus to mark the new era in : " I C,'" -
v ,'-'s al: pains. It is within the t, educational history of the state. ./I. .
h... al, . o e He...
-f'i. T-a 4. wril: "This Is to cer- al no effort will be spared^jLr '^ _W6
~~ ~ ~ e ttoaln.1H3P4nte..Hmp-au
it thpit BallarT-J's now Liniment has 0 KIer 1o nCtversity of' "0 -
,n? used in my household for yeaira the Stla$i'o Florida a worthy member- .- _- .
-ad has 1 -en found to be an excellent of the edu'atliniil institutions of the! ,'""'. ^.
0::.:er.t *,fr rheumatic pains. I am nation. j !.. '.
T. V, wihut it ,I by the Anti- ":"'" ".
"nopl y Drugstore An Ounce of Prevention .. "
-^^'- ^"- -1^ is worth a pound of cure. There are ,,. I -': .
many poor suff-rers. consumptives. --
S who are hopeless of getting well-i
B1R I D G E | I:1^ lwho. if they had taken care of them-
H IR I U C -^'Eselv'--s would now be well. A cough,
is the foundation of consumption. Bal-
iser of- lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that
cough. Mrs. 5-. Great Falls. Mon-;
tana, writes: "I have used Ballard'sP
ind Cold Dinks, Horehound Syrup In my family for
years--my children never suffer with
'klts, Conf cttous, caiughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly -
SDrugstore. We are closing out our grocery b iiMeu to make ro in wbI
iat Brands of Cigam. A4OTHER FOREST RESERVE growing shipping or mail order liquor M*i shh w

rink or saucer of cream under ON ANASTASIA ISLANDi Send us your orders for any special ra d of
Sthe place. The United States land office in this Our business methods and quality of goods ne. ^ a
Srty has received Instructions from the' ..
rirneral land office at Washington for :for SCnat and A. B. C. EL, Si .
IE CEAM PARL R c-stablishing a new forest reserve in: -
D UCR AM PARLU II9 Florida. to be known as the Anastasia _B
I-'orest Reerv-e. and has instructed the 4,
Cliambliss' Bank. office here to eliminate this land from _
:he regular list of public lands subject '
*. .... .. . to homestead entry.
T, will be remo benred that several* .
.,ot.hs ago the g,-neral land office,
'a' "~ '....-' a--. -~ '" in the preservation of forestry, derid- Sm W i1
. *.d .- to hold out a certain number of
S !". racts or acres in Florida, to be used
as a forest reserve. This was more Pw*I8"
pat ticularly important to Florida, since 1
V&,'o-,the naval stores and lumber interests I
".were so greatly Interested here. Three
reserves were exempted from home- ft e
astead at that time. and now the order
._ -comres for the fourth. _igs""u i fI
The tract to be reserved lies, as Its L -
.. name indicates, on Anastasia Island,
ttween the Matanzas river and the a m meG III I.
-:1tlantic ocean, near the historic city
""" . 'f t. Augustine. It comprI.Res sever-
~"' ~ "Y al thousand acres and is said to be I___________
one of the most diversified In the state
in the inoduction of forestry, for there
grows almost every-wood known to
.... tis.ction of the United State.-
Gainesville Sun. ".. .



Par-Round Hotel at J2 a Dpty in Florida. Up-thDate
i and Well Furnished Rooms and Prenty to Eat



A Pleasant, Homelike Hose

Elegant, Airy Rooms and the

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very Choice-*t Table Boati4
Spcdal Rates in -Sum n fr t

One of the worst features of kid-
rey t-ruhle is that it i an insidious
disease and before the victim realizes
his danger he may have a fatal ma-
l 'dy. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at
the first sign of trouble as it corrects
irregularities and prevents Bright's
di.teas, and diabetes. Sold by all

A crowd fr m here attended the mar-' a r r iC h a e I S
Sriage of Miss Leila Smoak to Mr. T. 1
H Mills at Flemington church Sun- i PURE 7 YEAR OLD
day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Goin and Mr. i
and Mrs. Conner Smoak came through j iour full quarts delivered for.........
ht-re in an automobile Sunday 4,n their rwo full quart* delivered for .....
way to Fleming where they at-One quart delivered for...............
Mrs. Bessie Tate is at home now af- Pints. &6c.: hbla twmO
to-r visiting relative. in North Car-o-
Mr. Grover Swail. of Gainesville will
be- here now for some time He is
cI cnnductor on the new railroad.
I Mr. R T. Crouch went to work on i
the train this morning, after resting ,
* a few weeks. I
Misf Maud Berlin went home Mon-i T k
a iay. She has been visiting her .0is-

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a :-i^h,,'..'. a oW4i -r wn trz-is re- .,W erxecutlvl .K. B. Brtoaro. oa are! 3.75 Richmond, Vs Rate of one
S.r,. ,or the 11fbiitatve It birth, Iaft-sl and practicable, and that w fi"are plues ii nts. Tickets on sale
z'do u, endorse the ree lu- 1
* ji- Isons a d, ulnanltnously endorse the reolu- ptember 29 ant 30, with flnat limit
* t .-',,ineof r Tri ions offered and tendered to this Ooe 8
.th.-rla np of lor- T-rr,. a leadnd Nl ew yor meeting. and we further Instruct and'
Si -ho mrre the i of N. A..ommand out- duly elected chairman 4.45Rock sland, I One fare plus
Struck 're one of the oil potentiates Ind secretary to affix their signature $2. Tickets on sal October 6, 7 and
::.. ,.,..t..;he ti this document, and thereby ce-tify 8. final imt to leave Rock Island
We then crled around and t it authority and truthfulness. October 16.
n4e hom* of Mr.I- L. M. Stroup. a lead- I W. K. Jackson. Chairman. $2MO, Washington, D. C. S.ld daily
'ru > 'n4-r-nman of the place and the A. F. Lvering. Secretary. to September 30. All tickets limited
n ntt t to October 3l.
cvntileman that drove as around: Mr. i Summer tourist rates to all summer
I f l',-F .r.. th ,-ashier of the Fort Myers DID NOT CARE resorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-
S i.nik. ;:Ils, that of Captain Toole, ont TO SPEAK TOO SOON til September 30. with final limit to
i, B Tuckingham avenue, a fine *hell return any time before or on Oct. 31.
.... ,. ,n* a- thatnorth to' It is now generally conceded by peo- For further Information apply to
S,, h ,w extends nine miles northho knto that the "El Troplco nearest agent or J. 0. Kirkland. DIv.
a.s ,.inn river, where the Borlands.; Hvana Smokrr." made In our own Passenger Agent, Tampa. Fla.
,*- .. ... ," tn K. liHa and Wartmaun of Marion have, h:hne town. ii the best smoker ever -
l, hand.-niest groves in the tate. on the market. Curd Hay evr and Summer Cold
S-: ilI' !al H e v .id with pleasure th ele- i Whether cigars are made In Tampa.
, ... r-- West or any other place, make A. J. Nusbaum. Batesvllle, Indiana,
e;.nT aerun'ld and finished home of D. i no difference: it is the quality of the i writes: "Last year I suffered for three I
0- 1 I n" A. (T Floweren. a cattle king of Mon- tobteco that makes a good smoke, and i months with a summer cold so dis- I
otweesrng that it interfered wtthkmy-
i; -f h! town :na. wht was won to Fort Xpers by not the name of the town on the box easing that it Interfered with my
\- tlthatiiotteastointhat o hostitutesa business. I had many of the symp-
:,,-s, ,u -err quality of grapefruit. and at utes a go cigar Notice I tors of hay fever, and a doctor's pres-
c., *.... -,h i., ;:,* "a d,-le h a the "'treen band" and take no substi- i cription did not reach my case, and I
S' -riConseuen~ e purchased aa I.0tute. or lne that is offered you just took several medicines which seemed
f *-, e andl subsequently put out a isp good." as there are none. Ito only aggravate my case. Fortunate-
*.' a t-re rapefruit grove on the banks Our "Milo Deyo" nickel cigar (red ly I Insisted upon having Foley's Hon-
',. -. -- rl.r. a re tbaind) and -'Grand Royal" ten and fif- ey and Tar in the yellow-package. and
.t the iloosahatchee river, twenty-etn cent good (blue band) need no it quickly cured me. My wife has
Sil nrthast f Fort Myers, further introduction havsince used Foley's Honey and Tar with
\\his-h in lIss than four years from smoked for years by the best people the samesuceiis''' gold by all dealers.
"" -; i>" 11n7-2?* p'lwnting lime. produced, in sales $26.- and pronounced "the best" for the I
S it~;, ii Z.lfo :. e prie. 1t LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE
itol last ".ea-sin. which fin an Invest- price.
I a .- n;rig ht and1 Abo'-e brands are on sale at first LOUISVILLE & IASHIVLLE BAILWAY
i sfni o -Srili.l|is(l is not a bad propeoi- el k ,,q in *..Awa

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Virginia Cured Haims.
Swift's Premium Hams.
Armour's Star Hams.
Armour's Melr(oe Break-
fast Bacon.
Kingan's Boneless Break-
Jfast Bacon.
Diamond X Butter.
Stuffed Mangoes.

Sweet Midget
Sweet Mixed

Pickle in

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of solid oak. fully five feet high and
running quite across the great kitch-
ens. They are black with time and
are apt to be well seasoned with ham
fat. The duty of the settle Is fourfold.
SIt la the family meat, and. as the bench
part can be raised. In the drawers be-
neath are kept the'family rags for
weaving. Above the seat Is the family
hat rack. The upright Is double, and
In the recess thus formed the family
bacon is hung. door opening from be-
bind into this cupboard. The dainty
affairs we know as English settles are
toys compared to the actual thing.-
New York Post.
Derstyitaf Momser.
Paper mooney is nothing but a prom-
toe to pay so much coin. If you de-
stroy a five dollar note, for instance,
you simply release the government or
the bank which lamued the note from
the payment of the $5 in gold which
the note called for. Of course. there-

fore, you are not punishable in auy
manner for destroying the note if It
is your own. There to no penalty for
,mutilating gold or silver coin if you
keep It in your own polsseson. bnt as
you have thereby destroyed a consider-
able part of Its value you must not

UUALA UK' UKtry to pass It at par after the mutl-

,i-.n. e\'.-n for a Montana cattle king. El Tropico Cigar Factory, The Louisville & Nashville Railroad PersoDa] lSrvice aBymre, Ayj Timi
Mr. F- induced his friend and partner. Ocala. Fla. will sell round trip rates from Jack- sjd *bk Heeded.
.1 T. Murph. to invest in a beautiful sonville to points shown on dates in- ad d hem bode.
e. and so the sorran. until weGENUINE GOLD MOULDED RE- dictated. Proportionately low rates rho Question ot o.malingland Fun.
CORDS. 25 CENTS. A SHIPMENT from other roints.
*an.i t a lt w-ith orange trees. which; O 500 JUST IN. COME AND HEAR $3220, Dallas, Tex, and return. Tick- oral Directing is a Delicate On.
k, wn.rt, inf,,ormed had lten purchased THEM. OCALA FURNITURE CO. ets sold October 6 and 7. Final re-
ih I,n.- of th*e Perkinies of Providence. turn limit 21 days from date of sale. Weold int It be best for You to E .-
+ on.. ofW hu r+ t.,n i o ( a e want your prescription trade. I32J, Buffalo, N. Y, and return.m
1, .. 1u ho h:\vc een coiniinnp to Ocala *ewe ive the best service possible. Pure i Tickets sold October 10. 11 and 12. trust this Qelelo T hse h 0 Appr
,i .v.-.trs I', spend Ia't of tihe winter.'rs. competent prescriptlonists. fair Final return limit leaving Buffalon clt It's Deliccy, u ud Whos Know-
!"hu ait It- pr..v-d i,.rert. There had I rces and prompt delivery. Please October 19. 1906.Del y e
orTheo d,. bring your trade to Tydings:$.e Oredg Le d i of th HigeH stStndard
".n a house on the grove. which Mr. I1& Co.. phone 30. i :19.0. New Orleans, La. and return.
mI i t rTickets sold October 12 to 15, In- 1
elusive. Final return limit October tELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE
I.* s-.lping, and of the im- J| E HACE 30. By depositing ticket with ape- PROMPT AtrrNTION
:I .aCt title rfuses to consummate the* ial agent at New Orleans and pay-
h' N:~t S,-o tie wviwow u-who toned TSing fee of 50 cents, an extension of i 9 1
.,e DE T L SURGE N! return limit can be secured until ay Phone o.10. ight 94 and
.nl S0old th e land to him is suing him November 30. 1906.
1,,, rni ,f I,., a hur-e anld for demolish- Ofce 0 pstlrs, C mnercial Bnk Bld' d $17. 6, Memphis, Tnn., and return. SMITH & HOBERTS, Ocal, Fli.
ink :h- s :ai. The -ase has excited Tickets sold October 15, 16, 17 and
-.r, .i, : -t, wit),' ith t- people of Fort OCALA, FLA. .8. Final return limit, October 30.,
By depositing ticket with special 4 V M A
NV, 1' c).s -ta-o-- agent at Memphis and paying fee of TH
.w. then .;,,,e to, that gem of i re- [ Terrasn 50 cents, an extension of return llm-
-*rt r .-i. the- Royal Palm. ran last It m ty be secured until November
,-.,o; h\ P',hil Brwn. (of Oc ala House, 30 1906.
$57-90 Denver, Colorado Springs or
Choice StoCk Pueblo. Colorado, and return. Tick-
A I.1-,'+ of Tortic-ular interest to tour- ets on sale daily to September 30..
i'- ie ."; .tact"" enr"iwed with trop- O ( rf Fresh BeeR Pork Final return limit. October 31. 1906. I
I,;:, xiian,-e. occup6d hy that beau, A 38.40, Hot Springs, Ark, and return. Cagrie s Complete Stock of
. of a General Winfield Tickets on sale daily. Final return a a.res Co letSt 01k
i, ia t If a -id. as nalieutenant in And M utton, limit 90 days from date of sale. jewelry Consisting of
. ,.,,; Hatn(, ;a$46.05, Chicago, Ills., and return. Tick-
h1, Fl ittd statess Army wias stationed Vegetables, Fruits, Po-Iltrv, ets on sale daily to September 30. PINS. DIAMONDS,
:- F,,rE M\-er. in the- fifties. Since Final return limit. October 31. 1906. RINGS. WATCHES.
:)hs+s.. :t\s Ha:nci--k won imperishable Eggs, Fish, Oysters and Daily to September 30. round trip CHARMS. FOBS.
1.* '., m as. :a. sollier in the Union army Choice Fresh Famili Groc summer tourist tickets will be on sale -
,i,- the \ar between the states. series, always on hand from at various resorts. Full information, CHAINS. CUT GLASS,
s schedules. time tables, etc.. will be fur- FINE CHINA.
i,! Mdl. os ,f !ill fame. from Elkhart. which to do your marketing. nished promptly on application. LADI "' UMBRELLAS,
Si n i- -i1-o ont \who.i t njs his winters C.^G. E. HERRING,
It. i. : !... n, wh, tnjeysn his winters e;nd or bring us your or . HERRING, GTARANTEEI) CLOCKS
:. -',r-t .Mvy'-. as des Hugh Mk-Don- , Fla. Pass Agt. L. & N. R. R.. A
-It i- -_-And_-

j Tea SuTO reslVe.
In a small town in California a ho
pital was erected on Salstpuedes street.
and the hoard of directors, In lieu of
something better, suggested that the
topital bear the name of the street.
,);.e more cautious than the rest sug-
tedl that it would be well to know
meaning of such a name before
ng indiscriminate use of It. and it
tbis man that the success of the
ih. ital In due. for on finding that Sal-
sipuedes meant "get out If you can."
the name was hastily changed to some-
thing le suggestive of "who enters
here. leaves hope behind."-Argonaut.
Altered* in Relarlam.
A man in chicago. says a writer In
* Judge. found himself In the chair of
a strange barber, to whom his fei-
Stures. although unfamiliar, seemed to
jarry some reminiscent suggestion.
'"Have yon been here berorer asked
the hair cutter.
"Onee." said the man.
"Strange I do not recognize your
"Not at all." said the man. "It
changed a good deal as It healed."

T S*e ptafily.
The more I think of it I find thi
conclusion more Impressed upon me,
that the greatest thing a human soul
ever does in thtllworld Is to m some
thinz and tell what It saw In a plain
way. Hundreds of people can talk tor
one who can think, but tbhoumsa can
tlnuk for one who can see. To see
clearly is poetry, prophecy and rl-
gion-all in one.--Ruakn.

&44ING STAR Is Disease wiT vWXum sad I Bint
SITT CO. plih-d an'UII as t-' "I% PLANNING AHEAD.

C- Lin r . C r leqw b o n i a m, g e m i l Ie b ly t hi A r a d i i "a -
^ L Sitenger and R. R. CaroTl Certain it IF thM much o4 the Idcknf.f imy '-
andro' t 1qur cf mankind is doe to &bq- Dsioh.. Wa 4
1, t"., J (",, l, t A'uoN-? slaws +-., When laying your plano for the ooming busy vE 'S.
But tc, pay th. t all ,4ckn shouuMbd be
c. L. BTIANGER. regrde as !V WcU TY OP DuAINppAt season, remember that we are here for the good of Clewead : D t. i l
every misaabe Individual as W"raallyke,. 4; New leek. 15.
E or., ..anG..e. 'raiManai tePis i byd IA-" others, u we as ouiel "Y* o.
It would !-* hailki uweypactbec. diiM irTrr tr Ni,. '-
---crl. o ,-r;minal. to aenden t.. por. l R O AT S PhiMadelha, 1 Cottae T X. -,
R R. CARROLL. week. ovocr-,'- -dhot--esuifr who UlnkL0 O1 10LobS BhEy&.1; ,
L_:.,>,),- a-.- ,s.-ssManager.- under the beav, klad of houst-bof d car -Alva, FUSetIt. I"$.
Ec" t'- -*o""^ S "1 ?' ^ BAW.a.i ,s Manager. Fl.. JNO&IAWL SS roln ; t oa
and hardeivi..and guffr" Ifromweai cAVh --' #ikc.Bson :Ptsar
__ news varkos t ti-p!ic,.nwtso poh,,,- To the Honorable Phillip mw, Prs- New York. 4; O(Thcao, 5.
or -gans and othor derangementS peculiar ide.nt ,and Member of the FPort Ar-U L -.o
-E Wto hbr PL era Board of Trade:
-Frwant bearin-g ofchildren. s. e- Gentlemef-t ueetin assembled at j 1'm "
TOqun THEly ofRLAE ciillrdftS. w (h ci- pon.teg~oo h tca__________________________________________________j_______a_________1 k
TO, THFE EERGPLADES a-ling demarrcd P. Upn be syittn. couuPld
WIthte OEfkr*'. wozrry and laitjt of reartzre aiha point. rthe gowernwof athe state a mn1~h~.
liare family. is ottc the Ctt cU 0 wt-ak- Florida. together with member-of the'
-.v"' ate 1aer t and ilyrS wie m state legislature. the citizens of AvL w ba T y lter
1and thethard.anwd iFlwhic members of tbe Fort Myer* bosid 011 Am*UmttuI B D hat
th.- U e Ihr ,i l uof to r Jft wut Dr. trade and their invited guests, thelFlor-
*- r^-'r^^^As^boar 91'^ni^<^^F~ TNE CENTRAL NIATIONAL BANKj0-^11S-^
edy ; i or w.-man-ri pe% iar w aneeMw iW Ida State Prew. called to order by j to waUe t q IU 1
U' ilt!---Ir. Pit-v'b Fa',nit4 PrI:--ricpimr-'-Ts Hon. Stephen Melton. member of the a e ue i e e
"* ..." tbat oneof theta"'. ot orles tthbcure *house of reTwe"etatives gfrom Duval, levt h $10 a a h lit e has
ot f r'. t bu* -4 A "1 a1515. 11ltobor i you ollow up the inquiry and dIorLer Jklfrtat
.)r, ove"-w, -r ,rd:.-u-4,wift <'cn nott that t countyheSenatorW. K. IJa of C OF OCALA.) now a tat ge a relu.
..~3i e; t ;1 i--*,frtu ,. r rran5 tVu-&,-b4l ae a rul county was elected Chairmnad dtl
', ",*,; *+ u . <'it,--l "iti.- .in" t-4fullbroeltt. It I A p. levering o Tam i a. III ,, -eoor- f th i ia dlw ,
h. a ma tt.t .1f rtef-ns #;rpvri-'. b- 'ar. ough county. secretary. .C. Chambli. t she b IbMo t nothdlg. Thea yel
-tis-in hi ,-xe i,,re it t wt i'. n .sew saI.- t o The ,urpoe and object of this meet- Gr. MacK. a are readyou with the POdl'l "'I
.. . With mt,.ow tn wJhi,-L 1 vb h aw ~ m n t U, %:olg ve ex. m n toGem -g e M aceKay
b tan h- int. Inathtto i ing -as to give expreilon to the oh- o s. Hall^ >en. did you do with the 0
S1.froh tard w .'ri ; i rw nu cDh to be cured. i-ervatiou of all tioose persons comn- HA. od.
W h 1,th~yo- w.f-'ring from n. an"'!A qH. A. Ford. t] rbesdwmnwI '' aka
.. r.. r &.)dt r i(.jm o I uterus or rising the Everg.ades drnage In- III Vi T. T. Muo.. J like this. CYoT gave me Ti. a ld
,vti. -- .m',, ,-rt -m trt w, -r.;r 13 or1'n. 'pectlon party under the supervision J. B. Brooks. L-- borrowed It back" That Is the
It ,. tisr r. .-nr- that. in adtitti to tak- iad specla.1I Invitation and direction of ,JK. Christian.
y.. c h.,* r r:- 1hab :tain| the Fo tMeso traewho r J. Kotrs 72 cents becom a boouer-
from hi'iig very nu(h. or for ioing period. the ort Myer uar of trae wo tha ae you and your 10 to
tku r ? -t \.i tary lift rng or sralning of m nade the trip from Fort Myers to Lake ; y. slte a
any kind ,bould al' be aroi ,,.t-a.ras pi,..a,,sitle. with .ier,. lightt I addion to t eoekat tif thi Bank has th tat same woman wl an O to
exerf-dc i.s aile rq-ey m nruazt. Let ibe l!,04. ur and through the Caloosa- dttBta anme oman wl b ang onit V
"a.Kin,-i ebr-I tht-e 4uk-s and the Favot- hati.hee river. Lake Flirt. Lake Bon- cnt and et IO* out f It and ake
.... ..... r r- km'-willdootW rf't. net and th, Diaton canals, creating, C g aa Board aOcf i@t do more thins add spread It round
!n 1 Dr.-l oir-'sMdicalAdtviww to cpmt d reif were. a tate committee whose duty r mor and keep it simmer-
.. +el, "' i!1- on r%."+,Pt of !.ta lc tn pa~v rxpf-.. -,. f
.- ,In:%tN-'!,..'a, dt1, Io. .. V. l'".rca, i, .hnufld be to give to the clttfen of D ct ad tOg boy of StckhoIdemtn. -g like a bubbling spring-In short.
Bfl :; :! N ". J1 .n-.eti ta, per-<'iv'r- 0'1" If; '. cot t th Ikw-tor. freeiof chargeiosslbilitles and feasibility of the:
hv l,,tUr. A! 1'uch comanioeaUns alre drainage of the E-verglades, beginning LOW ROUND ".IP WEATHER FORECAST CMa
held %scrodly +vcoufident:!l. i at Lake Okeehobee. through a series, EXCURSION RATES -- I.
Dr. Pi,,r,'..'.- Pleaisat Pellets a Invla 4,f canals to the Atlantic ocean and the Washington. Sept. 22.-Fair tonight; It s aboltely lmpulba. w 0
f ft "- + nsltom mkch, livr and hulf of Mexico. j Via the Atlantic Coast Line Sunday, scattered showers and thun- traveler recently returned from a
,- .'" _--- !This committee, after diligent and der storms. tour of China, *to concelve of a nation
,-r t s careful observation, beg to report a 11 Atlanta ate of onetre ,spea'ing a many dialect as you will
S,, i s. ,n offering creature comforts.f.lows: plus 25 cents. Tickets on le cts- er; enough In 25 find in China. A foreigner ablit to
.*i creature ExSensionhoflimitnto; espeak pIact5call
A.ttfr a pro,-l dinner and attending First. We find every evidence of se- ber 9 and 10, final limit, October 20.s : cent package to keep your hat nice and : Chinese iA a prc l worth-
Extensionuepofialimitinto Octtheerwrt
S. I eein f the Fortiou cngetion and damagig over- clean all summer. Tydings & Co. less acquirement, a about every twe-
NMIr. to-,a.114 of trade, which completed tlo of the Caloosahatchee river dur- i may he obtained. phone No. 30 ty-ve miles the dialect chance to
S-, !i'. 'ran rnt- for taking ('are of the ting the rainy season, and also find $11.9, Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare
n o tak-n o o that heavy daage results therefrom plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oc- R. o. FULLER. L. F. 8LALOCK. er cueb and even pfyoa t a
S ,, -,s v which was done to perfection. planters and grower of citrus tober 19. 20, 21 and 22, final limit Oc- A od
... ,. ,,..t-. "-e, ,aken for a drive over fn(its &n the lwer Cal.sahatchee val- tober 30. Exten.sion of limit to No- FULLER & BLA ICK ar qi ap t. o e- lf
it -,lo e ...t i ni member 15 wimy be obtained. -yo are quite at to be told
,,, , n o, t, i@ t tiet i t)P i-T lot.s anti vY.
.' "' .. ,The fir t objet 1 'nl. We also find that a unan- 15.10, Birmingham, Ala. One fare that your honorable fore!lm la
+ ',- *.....u,-i,,- Th ma f Ar.t , imi,,u. desire prevails among the prop- plus 25 cents. Tickets on male Oc- z N I AL SURGEONS I not understood. En the oe rO
...- ,, hm.i a Thomael Ac. u- P.ty owners along the banks of the \tober 14 and 15, final limit October of the provinces have to anpo1filitO.t..obe
,-,.;.- ,.,: h'ame. a lovely place, un- i(alo,,ahatchee river from Fort Myers 21. Extension to November 21 fO ?W EsuM w CNM N .Us tek I0 1 i -
;- :.-nt"ii- as to the house. but teh t' Lake Okechobee that the chief ex- be obtained. O CAA.e -.- .
-ni are covered with all kinds ecutlve of the tate put Into execution Ao, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one Me OCALA. A. 11 om
..ri4 t T preiss his pre-election promlsea, and drain plus $2. Tickets on sale October I -- esl i S thst $v ,.
't .-Mi-t1,,-al h plants. The promises t heverglades at the earliest possible and 7. with final limit 21 days fr1 d
-" "in4N- an.ier front and a long dock ex- ,,nent. date of sate. l imi Tr*l*. Ca Ch ie .H be"
-,i, -nding .ou, into the river, fro.n, whence Third. We further find that the I Memphis, 1ann. Rate of one -- 4 a Wi TB
:. in the broe esfrom the ocean. funta had of all h prplex fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on .le of t I-.
.he,.-ftake 'Obostea s fixtion more, October 15. 16. 17 and 18, with final___"__II____ ,
S. .- .lli,.g the waters 'f the th retm nas'than tv -me feet -bove the se limit 30. Extension of limits
*!I v.y fan the ch+-tks and .end the glow ivel. a easy Its &raw* Into t N b "' I A B O I En lsl h oftetle-
,,"" holth tis invalids. The object of the Atiltic ocean or the GufI Mefx- tom ovitnm2e't3 I; be1 T h 'e "settl esh "o
.,,,,.,.,,,+ ,,'.-, is Mr. BMlslons work- ,C,-.M 10" 20 'S0 or c are plie noered in *heop are viewed with tUl-
+- ;,r.,,, Ut ,vt ,_ e-Di_ ti" eingMl t Otob-S ln t.'t- S u:h belongings in old fngifsh fara-
*- "- .-- d -'e." ^- o ~ t se emay bbe obti + HV HAVE WHAT YOU WAMT hous. On their native heth they are m


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For Boy's School Shoes.
For Boy's School Saits.
For Boy's School Pants.
For Boy's School Caps.
For Boy's School Waists.
For Boi's School Bloues.
For Boy's Pony Hose.
For Girt's School Shoes.
For Girl's School Caps.
Fcr Girl's School Hos-.

For 200 Pieces Zephyr Ginghams [

in Neat Effect. Checks and Plaids,
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For the Next Thirty D--s We Will

Trunks, Valises, i

Cases and Satehf

So if you are going to travel.

immense line before buying.

car load of Trunks in all sizes,

styles and prices. We have Suit Cases,

Satchels and Telescopes for every and all

purposes, at any price desired.

pleasure to show you the stock.

It is a


In the case of J. S. Weston, tried
Mr. and Mrs. FNnk Huber returned yesterday afternoon before Judge Bell
t--day from their summer wanderings, for caring concealed weapons, there
was a mistrial, and the case will be
We are headquarters for school' hf4 ang nawt i-rin,.v

tooks and school supplies of all kinds.
"cala News Co.
Miss Margaret Martinot has returned
from a week's visit to Green Springs.
Have you Catarrh? See W. L. Ditto

Massey has been cashier for me sjuq-
table Life Insurance Co. for several
years and has recently been given the
general management of the Pittsburg
office, one of the largest and richest

.. agencies of this the largest and rich-
Mr. Cha. H. Lloyd wa i.n the city est insurance companies in the world.
Mr. Chase. H. l~oyd wras In the ettv ,^ ,, _
Jaykonl andel went on to Mr. Massey was offered his choice of
today from Holder. He wetom orro:a traveling Oositlon at a. salary of
Jacksonville and will sail tomorrow-ataeigt4ito tgmsyo
via the Clyde Une for New York. at 000 per year and expenses, or the
S mehich place and at Washington he Pittsburg office, and very wisely chose
vhwil pend several weeks on pleasure the latter.'
w.ill spend several weeks on pleasure,"

.fr tree sample or ur. tiossera a- r-nt. N
tarrh Cure, and get well. Mr. and Mrs. C Hamrick arrived NORTHERN LIGHTS
thif afternoon from Jacksonville, and Onoftelgstndmtrfid
Mrs. Bargannler of Dunnellon re- will!r,t-nd srome time in the city. Mrs. One of the langst almost refined ;
turned today from her visit to Atlanta. l., ,ney. Mrs. Hamrick's .sister. and lit- audiences many seasons lreeted the
ISStie son. George, will return from their Park Theater Company last night In
Elegant new chtina closets and but- vacation in a few days the charming Western drama. "North-
ff-ts and china closets combined. Call ____ ern Lights."
and see them at Mclver & MacKay's. Ptteway came do yes Miss Gertrude Arden displayed won-
Str.a Af. Pettpway ame down yes- derful skill and emotional power In
Mr. C. V. Miller returned from Tam- terday from Atlanta, and will return the portrayal of "Mrs. Sherwood," and
:t,,n:,,rrow. Mrs. Petteway is doing as;
la this afternoon, well as uld be exted under the Mr. William Clark, as "Dr. Sherwood."
f'Ir'umrntances. chief surgeon of the Coited States Ar-
Dave PBaskin of Anthony was in the a my, scored a great success. Miss
city today. r. H. Btch returned last night Madge Tucker. as "Little Major." Mr.
S, ,,., om Albany. N. Y.. where he attended Turner as "Ctolonel Gray." Mr.
S ui t Tickets for Park. Dramatic C.m- h ntbnational CongyX. wress of Prison Jack Vernon as "John Sftwind," and
Irnyca b .,ere a te eaa ew the International Congress of Prison'"rn
pany can be eured at the Ocala News Phican. The congress was one of Mr. Seymour as "Wallace Gray' re-
eFhs-deredatheirThetcongress wasyonelOf
', s. store, where they can be reserved., t he best atherings of its kind ever ei rts exceedingly well
is held bi this country and Is sure to As we go to press "Dora Thorne" is
William Allsoop of Weirsdale and hel i ths country and sure to being played as a matinee. Tonight
Arthur Hardaker of Martel were In r.'ult in vast ood theie will be presented the three-act
t.,wn tday. FOR RENT-One of the best located farce comedy, 'The Runaway Match."-
-ad rnst convenient cottage es in the quite the merriest in the repertoire.
You can get the Atlanta Journal ev- annd wr h convenent cottagesinte d which always sends the audience
-- t Bridge' se"--cond ward: house has five roomshan
_~drlgn Se ^^ ,^ ^^ S om ae^ away In the best of huil~llg^^lll
-~~~~ -dd ... hall and bathroom;lrg a ward;hebsto
ncwa stand for 1: cents a wee 1
city water. Iease xinont Mr. S. Dsof
see our Gv ^ ,u, ,ra,^,^. n..te* e^
e O r Mrs. Vance Weathers of York was furnished fr unfurnished. Apply at Mr V.S. of the C*
in t,,,n today to meet her sister, Miss this office. nothing and Shoe Cmpany, returned
Fe have hobbie Harrison. of LF4.sburg. this morning from Green Springs.

Try the Victor, single cone, steel
t#-'rnnred springs, fully guaranteed to
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's.

C'ol. and Mrs. R. L. Andersn and
children returned home yesterday af-
ternoon from North Carolina. where
they have bcen sending the past six
weeks very ieasantlv.

Palmer'st Lotion Soap for eruptions
and skin diseases at the Postoffice

Mrs. D. S. Anderson and children wallace ana ttoert, the two little
boys of Mr. F- K. Davis, are on the
hav.- -turned from their summer visit iPr'ofez.sor McBeath of the Oxford boys of .E K. Davi are on the
in A b,, and rade the Star pleasant call. Mr. Harry Palmer of Ocala Is vis-
A b-autiful new line of oak and ma- fli said the sch,.,l vaq doing nicely.
hogany music cabinets, in the newest'nd that they proosed nng his mother and sister in thi
designs, on display at Mclver & Mac- city for a few days.-St. Petersburg
Kays. hihit Pt the State Fair at Tampa. The In(epeent.

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"Baldness begins in the young sd i-I
whether rapidly or slowly, up to tlhe- t:6 b
year." So says Dr, Sabouraud, of PAis, the
world's greatest authority upon diseases a the
hair and scalp.
Dr. Saboraud confirms Dr. Unna's dbc.wyb,
that baldness is a contagiousm disease i by
a microbe. Ask your family physiLca ab*
these two authorities.
Dr. Sabouraud goes further, however, and
sa) s that "baldness as a chronic malady, is a
disease not of old age, but of youth; in bald old
men we simply see the result of a disease that
has been slowly doing its work for ma years."
The dandruff microbe is an invisible growthI
*of vegetable character; minute fragments of itk
are easily passed from one head to the otMher,
through the medium of public hair brushes,
towels. etc.
In the hair thee fragments are inert tatil
they come in contact with the natural hair oil
from the sebaceous glands of the scalp, when
Oegin to grow and form one colony aftW
a'ther;a similar manner, dry fragments of
yeast cake Ert until they find the P
yeaist cakec arc~- ,_ -*.a
meu lu.,, whe"thy- promptly begin to r.
"On-heback" 6 f e head,-most of- these frag-
ments of microbic roW B



of the sCa*pam&~
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Mrs. E. T. Helv'enston has returned Among th"re say ort our u
from North Carolina. where she has: Bamboo and grass screens, work Among thoe we ay on our South I
1M"n spending several months. boxes. nat and skirt boxes. etc., the Florida trip who ww. fra t erly Ma-
07e prettiest of the new furniture novel- ron countyltes or residents hard by ._
M V ER| McI A Y u ant phon a a e ties. to be had only at Mclver & Mac- were John Sellers of Woss Bluff, a dep-
If you want a phonograph, absolute- Kay's. uty sheriff under Sheriff Hodge. He ---- / = -- --
lyV free. read the Star's free phone-i
offr yo &ur and his good wife are running the .
'with one. Sunday afternoon at the home of Florida House at Fort Myers, and do- AT THE CHURCHES TOMW---
SMr. and Mrs. L A. Oliver. two and a ing a good business. G. W. West is
Furniture Dealers afnd House Frmtshber1 Mr C. A. Liddon has several his half miles west of Belleview, their I another of Marion's boys, but he has Epio l
e.,'rnection with the Tompkins livery' daughter, Miss Jennie. will be married lived for the past eight years at My- Fifteenth Sunday after Trr{ity
,,,___- ^ business. 1 to Mr. W. B. Harris of Oxford. Quite ers. During the season he .is a tour- m-Sundy school
a number of the friends of the con- 1st guide after tarpon, and follows 1 a. m.-Morning prayer.
r M A special bargain in box paper for i tracing parties will be present. The painting the rest of the year. Harry
the month of September-Whttings- editor of the Star has received an in- Laycock, formerly of Candler, Is one' Mthh{
M f r*w *at 35. 5 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co.,. vitation, which he protposes to accept, of Fort Myers' new bloods, and likes There will be service at 11 a. m.
phone No. 30. \ it down there. W. S. Popple, who tena and 7:45 p. m.. conducted byihe p- ea
_ ^fB ^^L fWM j jThe Ocala News Company is opening years ago was railroad agent at Crys- tor; Sunday school at 9:3 a. m- aad
____4 D. W. Davis and the Misses Platt an elegant advance line of holiday chi- tal River. is now located at Estero, Epworth League at 4 P. mL A cordial
-vwent down to the lake today to spend na. in all of the most beautiful domes- one of the coming sections of Lee welcome to the public.
(INCORPORATED) Sunday. lic and imported goods. The line is county for fruits. Mr. Popple has NytI
i ~~~~I the largest, the most expensive and twenty acres of young bearing orange 45 -Sunday school
A coupon with every 10 cent pur- Ih best selection they have ever car- grove, and has a fortune in sight. Dr. a. m.-Worshp Subect: "Chrot
G EN ERCOAL LTVERY chase at the Ocala News Co., that ruled. Walter Turner is another, who not so a. c n SC
G EI N E A l \ A L. I. VR 1 Yiputs you in line for a piece of hand- mny years ago conducted a drugstore a of a Christian."
aintedEchina- J. F. Stevens o f Crystal River was at Holder. The doctor is located at 0 p. m-WorshIp. Subject: Tt I
.~ iin town today, getting funds to pay off i Captavia on the bay, and has a beau- Secret of Happinems."
\b k \.;I< >. ] B, ] (,(G{,U[.S, Mrs. L J. Knight and baby have re- water front. Young Marshall, hearty invtti t
;turned from a three months' visit to' the hand at the Crystal River mill., Itiful After the morning s t will
.,I '.I, : ~\~~ .Rabun Gap, Ga. M r. Stevens reports a visit from the ,son of Bob Marshall of Oklawaha, is be a c e to
IInCtRSS, FTt stork in his home leaving a fine boy. in Fort Myers, clerking for a Mr.
IL- HORSES ET s Smith. He likes the country and pro- the resignation of the ator.
WANTED-This office will very .e l t church tterober arepeqtuehted to come
I FA ST HO RSE much apprecate te loan of the Amer- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Act pos to rw up ith and stay l the mtter ttl.
FINE VEHI CLES FAST V a ican Magazine (Frank Leslie's) for on Nature's Plan As we go to press we learn that L. M VE AC ET
June. The edition is exhausted. C. McLeod of Kendrick has disposed
The most suceessui medicines are MR.amLlViRSiACCIDENT
-*A: I. M I 1 1' ] }" >. BF\ II ] H Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and chydren and thoe that air nature. Chamberlain's o his Sawmill, lime kilns and tim r
i RKSl, )l BY H MONTH l.iss Annie Atkinson returned home oughh Remedy acts on this plan. Take lands to S. Hall. agents at .the A.lC. Lfrgt c
..b Springs,: when you have a cold and it will
Atli. afternoon from Galbranth prnsallay the cough, relieve the lungs aid Captain "Buckshotr Williams of the mat d edl l I
Ar. C.oCeBB. GaddictedMtnager.
A- C. COBB. General Manager. Tenn. exipctoration, op..n the secretions and Homnusasa train, has enjoyed his va-his leep though he thought that e
'idr natur Iln restoring the system to ation in Nort.h Carolina with his fam-'
Y,.u get your money's worth at the h.'-i!t1hy co.lii.,n. Thousands have ily anti is again at home and will re- hal outgrown the dangerous bahit. -
:Icala News Company, and a coupon testified to its superior excellence. It at nht however he out
E s -o s R V S W $2.I r a piece of hand-painted chi- .',,unt,-racts any tendency of a coll to sume his run next week. a second tory window at his rldence
Flori a &- You (an see it in the window. re!.zult in pneum'.nia. Price 25 cents.
Lirgt size 501 cents. For sale by all Pain From a Burn Promptly Relieved i the third ward, and the terrible fal
by Chmberain'sPainBair broke his shoulder bone an the bone
1 1 1 U Coas W Uil a y. Dr., Baskin ,,f Dunnellon returned to- ,ruggists. i by Chamberlain' P.n Balm inn ts left arm, half way between tie
f ,lay from Jacksonmville. where he met A li'tc hild of Michael Strauss. of shoulder and elbow. Gover tP
LocIl T:ime Card No. 66 Effect Apri 1 '-",i safamily, wh. have been visiting Vrn'.n. Conn., was recently in great and around, though suffering a great
e t0 l-riends In Birmingham. EYE :in from a burn on the hand. and as eal.
SdL'Th-BOLND A WWN VI U-P. coaid applications only increased the
S,)lTH.BOl"D-READRDOOT W The old time. out of date. genuine. USE --inlammatin. Mr. Strauss came to A LIVELY TUMLE
t-- ,i -tiff--"X-Sen.,tor." Look f-,r this M.Mr. .lames N. Nichols. a local mer-.
e.n7 We96 "rnd when you feel lil.e "Havana ci- coant. t',r something to stop the l. with that old enemy of the race, co-
, ,r ., h:"u d o e. ND AB S ;-Nr. Nih,,s says: "I1 advised him to sitn fe nsi pedcts
t1, Dil l zre are not whathtP used to AND ABUSEmrainspain Balm, and the T avd all o to with
6 u s k.m } q . .. konnve. Ar fit aplicatin drew out the inflam- tach liver and bowels, take Dr.
:i I. :-,, ola.'.,s' i-, Lw 7 1;pt Pea Mr. A T. Gunter. the Mtcanopy liv-
S .. '" "............. .... 15p t. nity TI itand LTir(d eves of yours ration and gave mmdate relief. I Kgs NeW fe Pils They t
S- ,,. .......... E-............... ryman.wa hso n thea toayan d il tu-dohis liniment myself and regulatethe or
.2"8.00M this ofice an appreciated callfnl it very often for cuts. or discomfort. 25c. at Tydings & Co.,
; ^ ;: ~ .... .. .........." ...... -........ will st"*. "i pr-., .. ,, and lots. of abuse, yet. rve-nimtn it' v ery^ n^ S ^^ 'Tfl
S -- ...................... 't L L ....... .........Lv 4. *p --- ,rn-. strains an'! lame back. and druggists.
S1 ...................... ......... Ar pm M Rat wheat. 10 lents, will'surply kill there i a isllit to their l)a-'. av,- never kno.n i t to disappoint."
S- ...... :--- a:eo.. ........L ... I ,ni-- anl rats. All other kinds kept For b all druggists. The Day of Atonement will be o-
-- -- r .,..........5o ...............Ar CtpU n stck also. T% ings & C.. plone tien'e and their power served next Saturday by all of the
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Mr. J"hn D. Frey. of 'hicai-o. rep-
""'-ening the Monarch Book Co., was
i: tliv Ocala House last night.
Mrs. H W. L Ung of Martel returned
l,; ry frnm Jaks \-nr.i t, x itrnesz the marriage of her
ne h-%\. MYr. Love. of that city.
H"' n .s. R,,iers. Gallets. Coleates
nrd many oth.-,r fine toilet watrs..
.,r*t'.es a-d ]so'aps. Bath waters. a
s.-'ialty- A full !!ne of 'a~ir.ola
-..Is. Things & Co.. phone N.). 30.

YOll may worry along tor ,, u' ere la.-t week. purchased 95
quite a while, bIlt tllerit' will ares ,of gool land from Bert M-urphy.
near the Griner Farm school house, and
COllme a time when youl Will for which he was offered an advance of
(l-,tlie what h" !aid for it at swoon as
re:-ret vo~ir present indiffer- he got the deed'. Mr. May. who lo-
cated at Torrey over a year ago. has
Clit'9. 'a ive-acre grve that is doing nicely.
I vill Live von eye advice and l frm which he ,,iil ship fruit this
1 se-.:,' n Mr. May has a gow d position
and ease at iniod'erate coAt. at the mll at Torrey as inspector of

I)DR. 1). M. BoN:v.
Optical Parlors Upstairs in


A n",-c:ti cough or cold may lead

close at 6 o'clock Friday night and
open again at 4 o'clock Saturday night-
Russell Campbell with the Palmetto
Stock Farm. went down to Lake Weltr
thiF afternoon to take a well Paed
"Speaklng of the torture to which
w-me of the savage tribes in the Plbl-
inpines subject their captives, reminds
n'e of the Intense suTffering I endured
for three months from Inflamnmatio
.' the. kldne.-" says W.3 M ShernaM.
:-,f C*u-ing. -7 e.. "Nothing helped me

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Woodmm trt.tA Archer W rs- f
the camp for utiatia .3O of 1
Galnesville anil au1t 1M lIa
wl tw asit Inu tiet e. -
Mr. CL T. nest W .asl o to
take a ltieu It Mr. -.-". 1'"--
Ocain House baeUW 9MAMr S-
is from heb wa Ina ft W1 f. to.
sorisi artUM.
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-** -- We iuffar One Hundred Done*a A*- MissR- s w ooUM Was*f 11 <-
Mk enTeaevnn g_. |ward for any case of Catarrh that can- fl rimmer,. return iyeiaT ai-
mint BM Tarty "not be cured by HalMs Catarrh Cure. -k' trimer e York SW
t F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo0. ternoon from Baltimore. New York d
Odd Fellow meet Tuedy night. We, the undersigned, have known F. i Richmond. At the former eitis se
Cheney for the last 15 years and be- was studyingt the new styles In UaWl-
Some rare barcains in HaTland li re him perfectly honorable In all nery, and at Richmond vUitttng rels- I
,china at the Poetoffice jrung e business transactions and financially ttve. Miss Harris purchased a beam-
;able to carry out any obligations made l1fl stock of milinery and the sty9Im
J. M. Mnffett of Atlanta is at the!by his M ainr.. ar in are the prettlest and the goods the
Ovals House. ~~~~Walding. KInnan & Marvin. rcha nclr n arc h hns
Oial, Housue. i Wholes-ie Druggists Tolledo,0. rchest in colors and fabric, setb
V Hall's Ca',rrli Cure is taken irter- that she has ever seem A good tunT
Vest and coat pocket electric llhts; naliy. act'..g directly upon the bl'iod f the goods, especially tn the ready-
bottom prices. Young & CMlne. and mucous surfaces of the system.' to-wear hats, have arrived and ae
Ttstimontals sent free. Price 75c per on display, and the later styles and
M. R. Cohen of Mobile was a guest tix-le. Sold by all dnruggists "the pattern hats, and the balance of
o0 the Ocala House last night. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- the tr-lunznals, ribbons. plua, Bw-
patio era. etc.. will all be in very soon. Miss
Kodak time. We have everything In : \leck will announce the date of hwr
!he line. The Postrffice Drugstore. Promoter J. C. Howell of Anthony fall opening a little later. Mi Harris
was in town today on his return from
Steve Carter of Dyunnelln was a :- t,us ness visit to Sarasota, where he gave the very closest attention to the
neil styles at the best millinery houses
guest at the cala House last night. -x.ects to do some orange hauling. et the land. and made hler lhes
and maybe take a hand In running al with a ull knowledgebt. o the
Office supplies of all kinds. and livrvy business this winter. w afl n ee both a the
styles and needs of thisnmarket.
blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News i
Company. Jake Brown. who is in the North' eY AVACi
buying goods for the Teapot, spent COMO MASEY ADVANCING
Mr. J. S. TellfaJr of Jacksonvllle was this week In Baltiornre and Philadel-' Com D. Massey of Brooklyn. N. T.,
at the Ocala House last night. t hia. He will send the coming week, aD ODala boy and the OcX peo-
!in New York, give Coney Island a
Don fa to try the new fancy ewl leave about petake an interest in his welfare and
Dot fai to try the new fanyarewell ad leave about October wil be glad to know that he Is still,
Ictnks and lees at the Anti-Monopoly "for home.
!)rui vore. climbing the life Insurance ladder. Mr.

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: uv :e of Dr. Pierce's Family Mediciu~a
I u-r:tt--:. into them are printed on the bottle-
Srt attested under oath as being complete
,,-: : .'ht you are paving for and that the in-
N .: ;:,r: s laboratory. being selected from
: ":a' ro-)t- found growing in our A ieri-
:t they art pe-fectly handle even to
: :--'. iren
.! ..... .:- -, "he"r- comnrv-it'on. A munch better
i i ",-'-.>.-vtng the medicinal principles
->;..----:.--: g' ct-'ntc of I:oper strength.
: .2.-d,::5: p.- T-ertie of its own being a
S.:, nutntive and soothing

Irr: inirrtant part in Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-
;,: .:;estion. dyspepsia and weak stomach,
." '-:r)urn." foul breath, coated tongue., poor
::-, rr.a'h. biliousness and kindred derange-

,!\ r .... stressing ailments, the "Golden Med-
for all diseases of the mucous membranes,
::,-a pa-,sages or of t:e stomach, bowels or
-::erative stages it wi!l lie'd to this sover-
,- r,-x-t,=red in. In Chronic Catarrh of the
:;.;: t,'-,.ng the '" Cr.den Medical Discovery"
S. .:. treatment, to cleanse the passages freely
v ::: Dr. Sages Catarrh Remedy. This
-,- ::'-r.,t pgneraliy cures even in the worst cases.
- ; harseness caused by bronchial. throat and lung
:' -. :r. ts adv-inced stages, the "Golden
S*::. .- ,~, :teit remt-dy, especially in those obsti-
-. :-r:ta.tin and congestion of the bron-
Te '" i):sc\ver is not so good for acute
. nor must it be expected to cure con-
-: .t--,no medicine will do that-but for all
:.r,:ii. ~,,uhs which, if neglected, or badly
-',::::." t., ;t is tie b'est medicine that can be taken.
:;;e !)iso,-ery." caused by the glycerine, is
:., ,:i ',ict., orange or lime juice, added to each
p a:)asant and will not in the slightest

\our intelligence :',r a d-l er to endeavor to
S,-" ; r : .. ... /'./:< ,- ,.1 /,,w in place of Dr.
:: ;,.:;.-, l.h :,.-re oF KNOWNS COIPOSITION.
T.. :t'crces medicines because they know
.-1': the ingredients employed are among
:- ne fr like purposes can be made of.
:; -.i iians v who do not hesitate to recom-
*x.i. ,';\ what they contain and that their
.-: .. :,,:vn to medical science for the cure of

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Mi" If. U. TU-, --lk1. m c w abrt the c ,w Ira t(i
FOR SAL.I BY ALL OEALlRS fqois lte oe by .w. dt Ctewb Soa'
--re--v- -t nft he was ArnfeT to the tooeeth.
Ie Ate n:rt!necrs. ,ot 'ili th:l; ul-e of
T hje Art of .he men returned antd sutspecting that t
S-A*t o.f.. heir plan had bten dlscoviered re
Piano szzo!ved to put It itn:) operation at on/-e.
Bu iau a Pino T heyv marched or, rather. sr,,l:k;d aft.
Is Something That .ni>Pd. to demai the urren,'er of the i ; il si.Walker itl';l,,'ictl to imlet then.
Everyone Does Not l'ointitrg to a c:alk lEn Ii- hhad drawn
a;cr,s- the dew-k atnidlsbiip.4 he told them
HaveC that ;In" hl11ii p1.ssIillg tl10'1 el-'tl line
There are mnanv things to '",,',l ', shot 'in"r:tly.
SStrparised to %ee their confidant in
a k e i nt o cnsideration- I tcimmnd. they withdrew. coiosultec
sweetness of tone. reliability, nnd ol ned a tleult. r fire on the
crew. the crew reaomnding In kind.;
of make. lightnes. of action There was- not much lam:'.re lone. for-
and the durability and (oi hothl partiet were concept led. T.he mu-
tiand t and co neers were at an advantage,~for they
struction of the ease. prevented the crew from prolgerly
working the ship. Fo long ias lh
W lienever you do decide to wt 'ther was fine the vessel cold bo.
bhuy a piano., why not buy it kept on her cour-;e. tit If it sllonldl
c han,-e there would be trouble. The
of a gtxd reliable firm. The c.rfw were kept on w:itch 'or two days
lCable Colnipally is today the nd eights. when they were v,,niple:. ly
wollnt out. The 'll aptaiu linisted on run-
largest music house in the' ning the ship near to the shore, though
orld. Their pi be did tiot make his reasons plain for
world. Their pianos are man olg o. nWalker. who had a p!an of
ufactured in t heir own factory 'lik ouw- ai,(d ,(.aIse the cr w seemd
to wish it, consenrtid.
and their relial)ility is uln-t Ou the third nihir or the trutin*.
qulestiOnled, while the vessel was uaovinxg slowly
within a sh-ir di.tanpt e of tli' (eo:i-it.
Write UIS today for prices.: Wn'!kr sclect-d half :he crew. aiinel
ie:n ania tiedl a strili rofi whlite ;tiiat
terms and catalogues. the left arm of ech. lower a boat.
T he b le Co. put his men into it and nlselessly low-
T h e C o eredl it Into the water, having oiled the
Spulleys to prevent creaking. Then lihe
O I w est B' st, spoke to tlu mate, a pretty good man.
SWay whom he left int comnmnd:
TC' ksonltS 't f F "'We shall make the bow. get into
F the anchor chaius and on to the fo'eas-
Frank Chase Mai ager. tie. We hLope to either batten down
the fo'eastle. aewnniui. them in. or sur-
I rise and overpower thorn. As soon a-
Electrical Supplies you hliara y noise rush forward with
Sthe rest of the crew. But be careful
S1 not to .trike us through mistake. It is
I have a well selected stock to ,pre,-ent tneh mistakes that we wear
of Electric Fans. in both the' ,tho rip of white on .our lft arwnl.".
lThlerr was ai paddle aboard with
General Electric Co. and the which one of the men kept the o:ait's
Westinghouse make. The lat- i ue into the vessel, and they woriad
a h-ir slowly forward with their hands.
ter cost a little more. but re- Tli y had gained a point amidships
.vhenu suddenlyy they heard a splash
quire less current to operate: ro-:ward. They pnusgd. There was
them. I also carrv in stock :another splash, and another. till they
had conuntedl ton splashes. Walker
Fancy Globes. High, LOW know the mutineers were endeavoriu|
'Lights. Pte. to share their necks by attemiltinfi to
Sl S m ashore, a distance of oret a mile.
All kinds of electrical work lie smiled. If ever a rat was cau,:ht
an pairing done at rea n- in a trap these men were. N,,wn he
and repairing done at reaon- ha counted the ten splashes he Fave
able prices, under a full guar- ,,r,'-!rs to take np the oars which were
-tortel In the bottom of the boat and
antee. If your lights are out --,v way in the direction he h a:'dl
of fix. or you need wiring th mitti: ers swimmlIn. One by one
they picked unp the swimmers till most
done. phone to No. 222.. of them were in the boat. then ut-tin',
a rol e around the mutineers' shoulders
W alter Tucker. nner 1,e arms they took thein all to,
the -blit. wh-or- they were o!,lred to
e clmh n rope ladder or be shot.
THE T:t enri(ed ti it m1r. Wlien Juan
Tn E HERM I TAG WP-'all.r went to his wife's cabin and
DAIRY tol., ,iPr that they were safe she faint-
Sed4 ia his arns. Tie crew. harinz put *
Fr:sh and Pure Milk and Cream Do the nMutineers in lron4 and shut them
I .*red Every Morning at Your up in the forecastle. all sank to sleep.
r Door Forrmnstely the weather was fine. and

pill]_k_1_7_ ujDn Walker was a (othmn born -of
i rb d uo gr zraa "51I an Amerk-an father and a e Spacn!!
I CCe Wmhse Y a -Mg L&hG a mter. He was dark enough to p-i. HO
,m Tb if LnssLo Com C Pam. I F Ianywhere for an AZte. Juan 0 :.'ie. "
I Cnnoowmod&H "nl=in1 t rwa Cuban girt and went to $n&u71h j li- C
i Im finallymf L finding himself stmltuxed ni*
TRIAL BTT FtM E M t B aYM L Rio ith a y o we anif ta'n t it 1M
*.ll vadaaa same wM &4dz chbkdren a boy and a girl. lie wi1*-.-.
00OltLMOT CAL.I N P3 Skg. M w p 1 to g-t back to Cuma. but had not ti t-
i wherewithal to jiay hi* fare and that
of hs family. lie found a ree -,,ae out
to sail that was short of hauls ;vn..
% oA IYmade a har'ain to work in exchaup,
n:e* S for the paskagp of biltuse.f dud fauly.
1b llnlix r Yr. Walker uni the children wrwe',
MI g n a room in the main cabin. bui wire
THE I IJIiu bunked with the crew in tbh
FAMIL Y MEDICINE rorec.stle. taking -his turn at tbe
wateh. The- vessel touched at Babh'.:
Par Conmdipairym. Biliousaess. in-
digestion. &,ur Stouiach, Colic. 1 aboard Lwn o.f the w-rbt lIookingu
Dizzinae Headache and azying wen in the two Am' .,reaq. They were t,
caused by a diuordered rr. ah i S;ianniid or a misxtxire (of Sz is. a 4
aand; nativ-o. They wishedl to g) tq Ha
Thatt Drowsy Vd.U, Lilt :t. tyb d t i i 114, e,;iey tjt-.
by putting your digestve organs 'ctsj uagre.-d to take them iu A&Cc
to work., i buxesein yo appe~e. (orca-.s jsrovideiilthe$ w* tt ien.
and. in fact. raises you feel like a wor, the rdiip. whie~h w r, uot mo,.
MWa MAMr. t hanr h~if niann*d.
See. an4 P.00 per v"O Tbo vr*- pwbe-ide-A WXalik-r'
L- tOUii:;te! a" ar mr&. ive om
@O DaM Crarels. t fr:JI, rN ven in all. The Spaaiki~rtL- left
Shesje iu,,u Io tiitl;i~iui; bri Itey:
ed to zuii;e friend- with W.i'ker. whi.a.
iot li king their look,; and fL*Wng to1
hbae trouble with them. wo!-emuded to
at-cept their contil eivv. They socrn
lI h1 hin that th.- Y xre gin4 o seT:.-
F O L E Y 'S th snip. take N%*'Ijat they w-hed and
-) ashore on some lanely cost. Walk-
UK I UPII 'UR E ;r~r agreed to join them if the~y 'ol
K U 1 P V I'IR F third of the plunaier. Th% theyv
'enled to. and Walker. h-tving *I:'tc
WILL CURE YOU niway from tl!em. w*out to the capyaiii
utoid toll him the story.
of any case of Kidney or'Capta i liniKiselia wd3 frighteued ut!
Bladder disease that is not;. ,f hissenses athe tie bad an
beyond the reach of mcdi- ;,nt this diO not allay his feamr. Juan .
D Walker. Hearing (-spJee;o 'l fyfr his wife
cine. Take it at once D ;adI iihvn. lla the capti thGitIf
not risk having Bright's DMs- hLwtliil"si h~mnv-d uiai :i1i I
ihk tum~jize, for theiIr safretv be woulil11
ease o r _Pis b c t &s T h e re i tbIrPae itt hE a oafIp t cNa, anrW d
Sga byd by deay. I t- h11s Th r'41
-atain pti# Ue ) to dcwvnsiant to lWa%-
A ~L .a"ttb'rI

"T must havp eist You something tO
bare your daugh-er's voice nItiv-ated.
"I shou! O ay it did. It ?MP:!M nearly
all our frienaa0--rPhilsdelphla I re~s.

Jutl T1in.

Mrs. lingiwed ,excitedly--l! should
:ik. to know what you had before I
married you:
Mr Iongwed (dejectedlyp-Well. I
had a lat-hky anyw-vay
WhtL Hen Tlbomuht

.. -e lmt:llLirIt-cs are recommended. .: ,-T -
: rs it is different. \is T- -Yt "- w rt ti -
,"- .: a l'itle greadt- rrfit w illt hii f be !Tre *ib .4 to g mWeet we at
S .::. -r 'J Ca h-e:: 1i'. a N11 ;ath c
,",. 1 ..d 'Aitt-.' i0W r,"0 tiil JU -O deat's allright. She meant
":ach are OF ^KNOWN OWN .--I.'. Wkly
S r'* orf .i w behind them. Cronolaiion.
l- Cadet's bubintu-- to Mupply that


Oc,.ber 31st the MISSOURI PA- \
\ '."OU\TAIN ROUTE wvi 'li cheap
..* C; ^GON an,- NORTHWEST.
'-L..FO''NIA One through SAINT mm lj
E H-lS5 anec EL PASO. TEXAS.
c, daf c-n Ca: .orna Tickets and ten

- ..'-sts S!eepring Cars every day.


Limit Will be Allowed on
i .,;C, s. VWhich Will be So d on
C a n. '. "6.



:. c- Request.
Traveling Passenger Agent.
Chattanooga. Tenn.



SSympathetic Friend (to Brown. whose
pieti;n' hal s be'it rejected by the Royal
'- ver minhd. iny boy. I'll
brhn:; tle n.i' m'le round. He'll buy
aA,\ uhl thidi .- Sktrcli.
: ot Him.

"'Tougbt you wts goln' to de den-
tist "
Naw: I thought I'd take this bern
a:bsen treatment ."--Pueblo Chieftain.

C" .a. Cu'-e ,r'Cestion. dyspepsia. wour stomach
SE:-a:.C., w..-:v s-:-mach. puffed stomach. nervous
n '" of the t:--ar. A guarAneed curs.

Dbga YIV'Wh Ire& Ent
ms the B Dh Suswo
A&e a Aimab

asme u w 2i

"% n-mIm sIu A uran nuu IUaV


Mrs. Jay-Don't you find Dr. Sawye




'op and bottomw bars No. 10,~aa4
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are Moiuiwa~b *


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Bears the




r For Over

Thirty Tears


Rm. I L. ToHNsem


SNeglao Yemsetll.
IIO teos btreak
IAWN"U^ 91r.. Adlr W10,
I bwm beem wkMAm duiky fom te apaostin
doused b Irreguluatty md regwdluen
laws of beMl.; m aSst Se, o f an; cOwDjMM
heea7 y IY bI bds in I ad sew bes akih a.od2ert"
*oaiftdnt oi x im my hea. I weat ry, PaisL
days and NIrestlMON iaigh 71 a la tod we
that = must have baos
B.s mod; Cu act;w Ov, erwme evea
edicta and a I d beed tIold oF t e cti
Wine of Carda I dm14.4 to Yt.I
I found hat it rellee of an. a y ogalrC13
hofter UO U"Mmoss- pao dpl.
weeks' use of the Wi
of Cardal I ws ea
more a well am.! M heA


Wine of Cardut regulates the m erwtul Sow, baniMt headCes,
bckasches aud bearing-down plin. Severe beedebse, beaimg-dowb
Fiuns, indigestion, lu of appette and U- M: mM : se yIpo oin
fh-male weakness and should be give pomptI atteulom If IG
troubled with menstrual kregularitis do ao let them ra Os. Tbu
will certainly grow into danger mmd chromic trouble. G a ali
of Wine of Cardul and begin tresteat aat oa.
AU druggists sl 1 00 boatl al Wim 4d Ca3nl.

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