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OCAJA-, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, Si.PmhlMnk 29. 906.
L .11 SH~iE
'm n-an, bos: but dey du
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DON'T FAIL TO CALL UP
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nMS SNil SOM[ I'oleopbde'hillje Ph one No. 15
":~~,I f ..-,. A,.,.larse W ,b Connor's.
i, ,, n kn, k-e, all de bref outen I n Ge Ou Prcs o El tic w igF s
DA r iG:. if enny was In me- I can't:
I-' z* -Z CATI
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,* :!'.-mb-r br*-avin" after dat cat
I !:, in de road awhile, an' got my
1 bck. an' den I sot up an' looked
I. had je -' erbout figgered out
Si v.i-n dat dam cat, coming'
i;',t dilown in the road by
*; 1 : 'k tir-rl or mussed up.
S. *r ,--.rn to tn- mad. Fac' is, it
wm ,,- s.,i;&r fren'ly. An' den
-.* k- ergin. ;in* dis time it talked
,.t i ?-; ker.
~-' ,."Y. it said. "dat's right smart
wf- \\- js'-' had]. We shj was
.', I "~,'i,!-r mv moyif se
i ,,'It muffin to what
: N h\4.' An* den de
ed it fer
,- !-. m.-,.t me. If I hit de
i'... .i.- 'tween Marse IBoh
*" .. .. .- ,~"I- Siibde',ard Ayer Une.
S "- ; ..,,: "i ,. "..i>in nber it. Dem telly-
- '. '-,* } ..o s (':nirnel put up look-
.. : riih i,'"ket fence. I went by
.- .-" \\hiin I hit de top ob de
.* ,ui-Gr-n Tlace. a train was
*.1 :,.fl '*- I uive erbout a hun-
*" : f, r' le .rn .( r ssin.' an" '.vhen
*, r.tssin I wva. goin' pass
;*4,. ti.i'.. Ftos Gordon's big
: -- ; <,le' gate. He opened his
n6 ;" -. but I went by so f.s' I
i.:.uir him bay. De air rattled
*:- ;'" tlhiin' me like I wunce-
"... ~-Y>ntifi, man say a clap er
:* 'i ',; ^ i ;t. streak of lightning .
S .* .. 1 j'.]i;,-l dem fences 'tween
"",iil an' tle nex' street. I know
," Iak i 'icn short turns. An" I
P i :*.. f '. ',i, nigh .-st (-hurch. de white
'" '"M 3.'*,- r* i it ,hur'h. I was goin'
f I 1,ilin't siop myself, an' if
I :, '' r hit ido do' headfirst I'd er
i,;-i n.-*'f. Arn' when I rekubbered
'.;-'f. I .,ot on de- step till de morning'
d.\ i.. lIrit. lit,. I knowed I was safe
' :.,.- Ie cut out cussin' an' I'se
- V '\,-,I"- .Munt Zion tonight, an'
;-',:. t,.r id,- nt.onah's bench. Boss.
g .'" si'lmne a quarter. My heort's
-n i1 i,,- wr,
",: -p' ik#-. One half a pint
S *, J .,.- \,..-l put it rite an' seller
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4 -.' p-.
THE TEXAS WONDER
*',: -. ;' ki'lney., bladder and rheu-
i: ,:, rubls. Sold by alt druggists,
,, i, inintlhs treatment by mall for
1 I, W. Hall. 2926 Olive street,
t N l.,ui.. Mo. Send for testimonials.
,'' ;'*, :i-:' S,-:1l in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
I *. :4
- I ~
.. ,- .tn .i lH.t vyou ever wondered where it is?
.,-,, I", I'.' linisti of the.sadness and glad-
S.1 :t 2r-;tt
-. ) 'i ;i.t', ,f all. and it is describ-
."'*" '* iiN, (xl Sunlday's World. The same
Ti,. ,.:, -tinet number will give the per-
. ,. T ... ',-n.i. s,,ry4 of hcow the greatest of
,. inii *,it\-rs dived from the Brooklyn
1;: i ,' It will describe an adventure
., : -:', ;. "'l! ,- to he Arrested in New
:." -- .". I: will tell of a very clUrious
,. ; .. ,, f.~'-:- n in dogs, and relate a wo-
;:;' x;pt--rince in a terrific auto dash
i n:.. \underbilt Cup course. In
' : "., r. ne-xt Sunday's will be a
,,* -, .-k.l,. nianfl-r of the World. Or-
A Little Care Will Save Many Ocala
- Readers Future Trouble
W:'.th the kidne-y secretions.
'' .'. ,. that they have the amber hue of
I' ,i .',4 1" '
,. ;, '-. V, li,.i ;rge not excessive or in-
,:,i no "brick-dust like" sedi-
.-- T *,.f-" Kidn.,v Pills will do this for
We are also prepared to build and repair
Telephone Lines and Motors, and do Gen-
eral Repair Wcrk.
Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the Postofflce Drugstore
THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELEOTRIB CO,
Phone I5. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager.
ILr Tia AMST
Drouth ha Lhd a Wa -a I a n" N
How PO W61i-1tids a sw 1b
Make ft PVp- ,
Atlanta, SeL. 2.-New tWMt d -w
loons are closed for a& wek orI
days. the ,ani-sas.u lSee itoams w
to keep them Sbut peu n,&ath-. 0W1b
the end in view of; w SW that uplt
the city council a bme maf ummtW
of citizens has been called for tWis
morning at 10 o'clock in Weleydems-
umental Tabernacle. While the car
does not state definitely the olwct t
the meeting, it says matters o the
gravest importance will be considered
*nt .. ..... ** .&*. .,.,,., I m m] 4.an MAA
i ... .... --- li_ _i_ n-. a -ouUrcIJ } U LIJ 7 111P 11
r re am. needs to be lifted higher." The object
I. U 0 U. II MJA. back of the call Is to ee If ne
SI I e At Me steps cannot be taken toward making
Atlanta a prohibition town. The call Is
Tulula Iodge. No. 22. 1. 0. 0. F.. A regular communi- signed by President W. R. Hammond,
meets every Tuesday evening In cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. 19. Supt. J. C. Solomon and Secretary A.
Yonge's Hall. E. Jeffords. N. 0. F. & A. M.. will be held in the temple. Ward. of the anti-saloon league.
W. E. Bryant, Secretary. Thursday evening. October 4.
Visiting brothers cordially invited. With all of Atlanta's saloons tightlY
LOW ROUND T"IP N. I. Gottlleb, W. M. closed, as well as the wholesale hcu-
EXCURSION RATES Jiake Brown, Secretary. es. and even the proprietors forbidden
a e l to enter their own places of business,
Via the Atlantic Coast Line LOW ROUND TRPS VIA THE i may well be imagined that the At-
$11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare LOUISVILLE IISIIVILLE RAILWAY lanta drinkers are suffering from &
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale (Octo- -__ terrible liquor famine., The ol lAe-
ber 9 and 10. final limit, October 20. Tb Luvil & Nahil a d e i th ct wr li u e Vsi-
Extension of limit to October 30 The Louisville & Nashville Railroad es in the city where liquor t a-
Smay be obtained. i will sell round trip sates from Jack- cured at all are the clubs-The CaUital
$11.95. Atlanta, Ga. Rate of one fare sonville to points shown on dates in- City. the Piedmont Driving Club and
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oc- dicated. Proportionately low rates the Atlanta Athletic Club. and these
tober 19. 20. 21 and 22. final limitOc- from other points, are open to none but members, with
tober 30. Extension of limit to No- are open to none but membe with
vemnber 15 may be obtained. $32.20, Dallas, Tex., and return. Tick- rules prohibiting the taking of any U-
$15.10, Birmingham, Ala. One fare ets sold October 6 and 7. Final re- quors away from the buildings. It Is
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale c- turn limit 21 dys from date tf sale. Ubar.
tober 14 and 15. final limit ,'ctiber $32.80, Buffalo, N. Y., and return. nee
21. Extension to November 21 may Tickets sold October 10. 11 and 12. ular Institutions this weelLk. and the
be obtained. Final return limit leaving Buffalo, membership has been out In force. Not
$37.40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one fare October 1'. 1906. even a club outside of these named is
plus $2:. Tickets on sale October 6 $19.60, New Orleans, La., and return. open and it is even Impossible to et
anl 7, with final limit 21 days from Tickets sold October 12 to 15. in- a toren a ot
date of sale. elusive. Final return limit October whiskey at a drugstore on a dou;os
$20.95, Memphis, lenn. Rate of one 30. By depositing ticket with spe-j prescription.. No city was ever more
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale clal agent at New Orleans and pay- strictly prohibition than Atlanta has
October 15. 16, 17 and 18, with final ing fee of 50 cents, an extension of 'been this week.
limit October 30. Extension of limit return limit can be secured until
to November 30 may be obtained. November 30. 1906. SV IB
$21.15, New Orleans, La. Rate of one $17.66, Memphis, Tenn, and return. TORTURE BY SAVAGE
fate plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Tickets sold October 15. 16. 17 and "Speaking of the torture to which
October 12 to 15. inclusive, with final .8. Final return limit, October 30. s of the tre t
limit October 30. Extension to No- By depositing ticket with special scme of the savage tribes in the Phil-
vember 30 may be obtained, aBgent at Memphis and paying fee of ipIpines subject their captives, reminds
I agent at M emphissandupayinggfeeeofu1ed
$23.75, Richmond. Va. Rate of one 5 .,1t. n extensitnorturnm- 'me of the Intense suffering I endured
fare plus 25 ceits. Tickets on sale it i ty bb secured until November ,,r three kidmonths fr sa m infla matihena
September.29 and 30. with final limit 30 0 f thkidneys," says W. M. SNotingherman,
Octoer S 30 996.of Cushing. Me., "Nothing helped me
34.45, Rock Island, I. One fare plus ~57.90, Denver, Colorado Springs or until I tried Electric Bitters. three bot-
.45 Rock Island, 111 One fare pus Pueblo, Colorado, and return. Tick- tles of which completely cured me."
$2. Tickets on sale October 6, 7 and ets on sale daily to September 30. cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood
8. final limit to leave Rock Island disorders and maria; and restores
O 16. final return lmit, October 31, 1906. the weak an nervous to robust health.
42.00, Washington, D. C. Sgld daUly $38.40, Hot Springs, Ark., and return. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug-
to September 30. All tickets limited Tickets on sale daily. Final return gists. Price. 50c.
to October 31. limit 90 days from date of sale.
Summer tourist rates to all summer $46.05, Chicago, Ills, and return. Tick- CHRISTIAN HAD THE CASH
zesorte. Tickets are on sale daily un- ets on sale daily to September 30.
til September 30. with final limit to Final return limit, October 31, 1906. Bushnell Man With Over Six Theo-
return any time before or on Oct. 31. Daily to September 30, round trip and Dollars on His Peron Picked
For further information apply to summer tourist tickets will be on sale Up by ho Tampa Polioe
nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland, Div.
Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla. at various resorts. Full Information.
Passenger Ageschedults, time tables, etc., will be fur- With his pockets bulging with egt-
nished promptly on application. tiring gold, greenbacks and checl,teW.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY G. E. HERRING. W. Christian o, Bushnell, Sumter
e Fla.i Pass Agt, 17 & N. R. _., county, was about the most wealthy
But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic, 118 W. Bay St., 'acksonville, Fla. Individual ever locked up in the Tamn-
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy pa police station.
"When my boy was two years old I P i nLast night Assistant Chief of Po-
he had a very severe attack of bowel Pain From a Burn Promptly Relieved lice Riggs was called to a dark nook
complaint. but by the use of Chamber- by Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the garrison to get a man who was
lain's Colic. Cholera nd Diarrhoea -drunk and asleep on the step of a
Remedy we brought him out all right," A little child of Michael Strauss. of building. He picked up Ortirtlan,
says Maggie Hickox, of Midland. Mich. Vernon. Conn.. was recently In great
This remedy can be depended upon in pain from a burn on the hand, and as whom he found too drunk to stand,
the most seere coses. Even cholera cold applications only increased the talk or do anything, and the hurry-up
infantum is cured by it. Follow the inflammation. Mr. Strauss came to wagon was called. The man was ta-
plain printed directions and a cure is Mr. James N. Nichols, a local mer- ken to police headquarters and when
certain. For sale by all druggists, chant, for something to stop the pail. searched before being locked up Night
Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to Desk Sergeant Osborne was almost
The Ocala News Company Is opening use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the seized with heart failure when he dis-.
an elegant advance line of holiday chi- first application drew out the inflam- contaed telve
na. in all of the most beautiful domes- mation and gave mmedate relief. I lodged bag which cttalled tWelve
h.-ve uwed this liniment myself and hundred and seventy-five dollars in
tic and imported goods. The line Isj r,.:comtnend it very often for cuts, gold.
'the largest, the most expensive andI burns, strains and lame hack., and The further search revealed a one
the best selection they have ever car- Ii-ave never known it to disappoint." j dollar bill and some small silver change.
ried. Fur sale by all druggists. Later on it wasq discovered that the
ALLEN W. I
Pure Ice Cream and
'. ':';- \y;>tth the kidneys and cure Choi Cae digS
1!i1 h i, i they're sick. C T
l .1. Stearns of No. 4101, Franklin FoU LUie
I ,'. S._. T:i'ni.a. Fla.. a fireman at station
, i it tire department, says: Come in and (
S 1 .i\vt- fund Doan's Kidney Pills
it iy are recommended to be. the electric fans.
S- it-.r-i wlth backache for eighteen I
*.... :. 'h There was a constant pain' aL |
: .. : .-. :1"h. !nm ll (f my back. so severe
- -., i as t,) almost lay me up. I
Sget i t., >, off a chair after sit- Next
l "* ':i th,! while. It was worse at
.. .- }.::.. .. 1--ii. me awake for hours.
~.; i T!r.... -, "i.ns wre very dark and full l" I
S: ~- lm.-nT and I would have to get THl
i ," f ,1-.! 'ev
"" : -!"* ,, ~~21ike passages, which were
* *" \ ... :'.,.i, nt during the day, and j
S ''' ~ii,:tnit-d with a burning sen- ,
.. : I us.d several remedies, in- i .
,,': s,, i ;scriptions and lin- -
S ::. I.'i ',-uld n,,t et any relief. 1 .. 1
'1 . ,\ I .:'s Ki'dney Pills advertised ,
L -'.1 a bt-ox of the Tills and used I
Sof all Popular I
enjoy a cold drin
I)on't forget tlh
to Munroe & C,
adv~ta d & miiaid
Best Year-Round Hotel a
Clean and WeU Furnished1
V. j. SHIL-MAN, P1
Gfr. SPECIL BA|
SCasio and S
hrn&AfS Urn bdefoe bwiq
overa ear load of Tmua
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"THE SADDEST PLACE
IN NEW YORK"
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man had over three thousand dollars LA
in greenbacks in a roll inside his coat 1i* p C r
and checks for more than two thous- Sat. ,
BRIDGES and dollars. S ae a
This brought the immediate wealth a. h-
(or the man up to almost if not quate f A^t jjjty 11f 1
Sof- seven thousand dollars, all of which p&VV- at- a nyc i
he had upon him while drunk and E A. ... A.... -
I Cold Drinks, aslepin a dark place, and all of which P Wt s oW yO U 70
wa- fortunately saved for him by
5, r)nCtillS. timely arrest made by Assistant Chief
Riggs. Christian this morning count--
Brands of Cigars. ed his money at police headquarter K1
and announced that he had every cent -
lk or s er of cre und of his money, and he then proceeded
ik osacrof cr.im nder
ko~r .allO ('ofCamto kick like a bay steer because he warn 0
1e lace. required to put up a $6 bond. declar- '-
ing that it was an outrage that he P.. ..1 -- .- --
~should be treated in that manner, nev- WW
nREAN PARLOR er giving a thought to the fact that ___ ____________
0 REA PRLOR, his 96 arrest had probably saved him -0
ambliss Bank. more than that many thousand dol- "
Kaimbfiks' Bank. lars. B HI BR B f- i
lrHe gave the bond and di not appear l o h
at police court, having left the city oB
AHA INN he Sboard tnfor hisohome.- Mothers
SVAHA INN ,"Mot,'
P"Mnt, Hone Tampa Times. 28th. o k ti
Pleasant, Ho-me"r Ho.se SEABOARD AIR L|E o ou for fe CI
____, Heazlth while
igant, Airy Roomsl and the $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale Sept. 29th and 20th. with
ry Choicest Table Boa final limit Oct. 7th. Extensibn avail- N1
able to Oct. 22. 1
1 ^ **'* -' 1 *!>..
A VE sow -,1M
k- *n'. ',, last evening
P' ,' tin,'|iali if Connor.
i. in that t ity with his
: Thur.-,ay night and had
S,,.:- of the Merrill and
S- .,; \::.! t,, ha'.v-e the bllttom
,. v p ve undertaking
.:!,"U.7n i "h,- Atlantle cotst
v :. !- }:,." he will enter
-. .* ,* iu:.,lber boat. Messrs.
..,7 i<;u- Hai-y. of Ocala
V.1 i" I.a'-h. of Clearwater.
..: -. frIi (Connor to the
.1 -', k-.;, .!.,. They I<-fi Connor
.,1. \ ,II"at o'lock and
: i'.,V ... :,T 1 that night.
.* !'. .., '; t Th siay morning
: :. i ,,-,,.t .... t Jack. ,n\ ille
i-. I;.;. h ,, i:! h:,v,-
., ;i 'i' ;try "s
*" .*'.I '';; t.in M years. of
,! 'aik, th.- boat around.
.'..k t'., .if his trusty and
..* 1 n,.i on the trip. The
... \ I(-asintD onle. Mr.
.* *, ou\s a hal: interest In
,,ri'' Ni Munroe of Asheville
*** !i, 0-a"l!i (t-,,lony in Ashe-
'. .ft-qfnoon x\\ith a delight-
". :! Tli,.-" r.r sent at the
.:n i.'i. : xx fv-rer Mits. Allen
.M- A\l.l- Mun:.e. Mrs. H.
* ":-I -i!'vy Fo)rli. Mrs. D. C.
.- lit ,,it. In!-own. MN rs. (. L.
S" .1i ;tnd- Mrs. J. M. Martin
i ,' :!:>)ii. formerly of Orange
". ', n ,,, .t' h- lh-a.t 'oast. Re-
* .* *ef\- .
S T.'-: I i,!, ( rame up this
* * '' '" -'" ,".-~*--I ur to at-
'.. Higi -School Ithe com-
SPensacola. Sept. 29.-The city pre-
sents a wrecked appearance and the
damage total is $5.000.000.
The loss of life will be heavy among
the mariners, but so far only one body
has been recovered.
Commencing at 7 o'clock Wednesday
night, the wind blew 50 miles an hour.
steadily increasing until it reached SO
and 90 miles an hour at 5 o'clock
The tides of the bay backed into the
city, destroying homes and making
rivers of the streets.
When the gale was at is height, a
fire started in the Pitt mill. near the
business district. adding to the or-
Tht- water Jirnt presto nts a horrible
scene. Of the .50 or (* big ships and
sailing vessels, only five or Aix are
, there now. the others having been
driven ashore, and are now masses of
Thirty fishing vessels In port were
destroyed or damaged and three big
fish houses, with their wharves, are
Great iron ships of 3000 tonnage
Were driven through big houses on the
water front. Every house on the wa-
ter front for a distance of ten miles
No electric lights or cars or tele-
graph or telephone service can be
tELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE
Day Phone Ho. 10. light 94 and 167
SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla.
New York, Sept. 29.-.Mayor McClel-
Ian gave out a statement yesterday af-
ternoon in which he said hlie would not
vote for Hearst. I
He said he was unalterably opposed
,to Charles Murphy and everything he Carries a
stands for. Jw
R. u. rFULLEt i-. Fr. ULO Ku., A SCIENTIFIC WONDER .'...
The cures that stand to its credit PINS.
FULLER & BLALOCK make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien-' RINGS,
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford.
DENTAL SURGEONS lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, CHARMS,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of piles. It heals the worst burns, CHAINS,
Office Over IlMunroe & ChUmbliss' Bak sores, oils, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil- FINE CHINA.
blains and salt rheum Only 25c. at DI
OCALA. FLA. Tydings & Co's. drugstore. LADIES' Lb
Ter ms Cs-THE MAN WITH A HANDICAP
m.w Cah.. ~ Dr. W. C. Lindsay will preach as his
farewell sermon at the presbyterian SOUt
church Sunday morning on the sub- ALL KIN
A\ Choice Stock ject, 'The Man With the Handicap." ALLKIN
All are cordially Invited to come out ,.
()f Fresh Beet. Pork and hear him.
.-1(d Mutt n,, A neglected cough or cold may lead ,
to serious bronchial or lung troubles.
et e, F t, o Don't take chances when Foley's Hon-
Vegetables, Fruits. 1Poltry, ety and Tar afford perfect security 1 *
1ishOsrsa from serious effects of a cold. Sold Electric
,Fish,Oysters and I by all dealers.
Cht.ice Fresh Family Groc :i Ihave a
cries. aways on hand from CAR OF PONIES
ris, aways on hand from, We have for vale a carload of West- of Electric
which to do your marketing, ern mare ponies. Good, serviceable
'etrd or bring US your or *animals, and at a reasonable price.
ders and tLey will have Marion Farms Stables.
aers and tt~ey will have
prompt attention IF IT'S A REPUTATION
you are after, White's Cream Ver-
E S IT H nifuge has a world wide reputation
F. SxAMI ITH 0 1as the best of all worm destroyers.
and for' its tonic influence on weak
N,'orth Magnolia St. and unthrifty children. It Improves
their digestion and assimilation of
h 4I their food. strengthens their nervous
Phone 141 system and restores them to health
S- and vigor natural to a child. If you
Want a healthy, happy child get a
R AC A bottle of White's ('ream Vermifuge.
ER & !Sold byK the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Undertakers and Embalmers
D. E. MclVER ALFRED E. OWEN
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
"' Work Done by Liceneed Em.
,::mers and Fully Guarantee-
C!STILLED WATER-Free Delivery
OCALA ICE & FUEL CO] Ocala, Fla.
HORSES AND MULES FOR SAL-
We have at the livery stables of W.
D. Tompkins a fine lot of horses and
mules, of different sizes and pric.-.,
mostly Kentucky and Tennessee stock.
We %%ill be pleased to show the stock
to you at any time. and will guaran-
tee you good animals at moderate
prices. Nichols & Tompkins. North
Side of Square.
An Ounce of Prevention
Is worth a pound of cure. There are
many poor sufferers, consumptives.
who are hopeless of getting well-
who, if they had taken care of them-
selves would now be well. A cough
is the foundation of consumption. Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that
cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls, Mon-
tana, writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup in my family for
years-mny children never suffer with
coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
GINNING AND BUYING COTTON
Will buy or gin cotton. Highest
market price paid for the same.
J. W. Pant. Morrtston. Fla.
-maR SITE COUMP~
SAmericans Have Again Take" Charge
of th Affairs of the Island
GAINESVILLE PAPERS IU If' iUEAT
7"- ;.r as we stated before, a iMillio9 of Dollas Wrtk of POPortlY
,. ...- f *. asy marks" in OOcala DIotryd-Th. City Under
S.... ;:i. tkno% what has be- partial Law !
S' ., --,,. y? paid f ,r subscrip-
- ,. H.ai Patln Magazine of Mobile. Ala., Sept. 29.-Mobile has'
..- V .. }., .ev ral months ago i been v suited by one oft he orst:
. : -.k u-uhsripti.ns to this s torms ever experienced. A conserva-
r:,-.! Y, il ,.,<. variously esti- tive ultimate of the property los plac--
. ; ,,. ,.* T-, ", at S1 each e it at S,00o.000. and nearly 5000
: .,-. -,:) ,n.- : the subscribers houses have been affected in various,
: ..v- a (opy or any ex- ways. Every church in the city suf-
S, fai'ur- t4, ,1,l s,,. feared. Christ church, with $40,000. and
St. Frances 8trmet Baptist church.
EMLLATING THE GOOD EXAMPLE with $10,000 damage, were the heaviest
-- loser". Shipping has suffered moist-
.*. ,-^' statee papers, Many river boats were beached or
= ;,;i and th'- ladies wrecked. All the docks were frightful-
SI -.-in-er-nt Soci-ty to ly torn up.
.. ..- .*.- x -. : well worthy The United States revenue cutter
Tb.- Ci'y Improvement Alert sank in Mobile river, having
:: ,-, itet'-r in coniempla- The crew is believed to have escaped.
!r- r future. The city was put under martial law
at dark and no person was allowed in
AN OLD FRIEND IN TOWN the wholesale district.
The loss of life. so far as known.
.,. ,'. :. v if,-. and tfom- was one negro baby. who was killed
; ; .,'- st;.idA in the by falling walls, and two nero men.
*. l.r '., \ from Brooks- who were drowned.
'. r,. ;.art ,,f the state. The depth of water In the wholesale
S *-..i: ; v n-xt week Mr. district is seven feet.
k -. i in 'aloa to the The wharves, as far up the river as
;,:;,. a:d has many Three-Mile Creek. are total wreck. in-
.- Hi. 1,- l.-,n playing this eluding the new Mobile and Ohio and
S ,- f: ,'-en y-ars. and Iouisville and Na-shville docks.
;. .. *r,'.-r in this city All business s suspended, including
.nr a tre'-. Mr. the service of the electric light com-
.. * .,,lI. a* splen- pany and street railway.
: ,f L!.s .,n. and i. meet- i
* ; ..'-s ,.n the- road. PENSACOLA TERRIBLY POUNDED
.' ,, y iny 'A Royal
S*, Loss in Life and Property is Awful
MO MAN 15 ST11NER THAM
Let b greatest athlete hart, dysno-psfa
and hbinmusck- w(uld *vn faiL 1hrsI-
cal teung-h is derived from f 0d. If a
an Las insuicicrt food he kIw; -Trcnwth
If hehas Do food he i,.S F:'.d i5 n-
verted into nutrition thruivh thc -st!n-
ach and bowels. It depe;..'s on t11;
sttregth of the stomach to what xlenit
food eaten I digesuitd and assimilated.
People can die of 'tarrat'on who Lave-
abundant food to eat. when tte stomach
and it aociate organs oflig".ti
Dutitdom do not perform. t.rir duit.
Thus the stomach is really the vital or-
gan of the boiy- If the stomach I6 '. eak-
the body will beweak a,',1. bIecause It 1;
upon tl stomach the hlcy r.v-l' f:r Its
strength. And as the be4dr, r-,izk!t reiI as
a whole it made up of it si -v<-ral ntern-
bers Dli organs. s-o the wt'a'Er*.- n f the
body as a cotnswim--ut- (.f -wt-ak- -tom-
ach wiil he uiitriiuted aino:g tli' or-
gans which comIpose the bodU. I t-0:e
body is weak b.causw it is ili-wn-ur.shfd
that physical weakn,-s v. il.I l.l f.'irid in
l the organs--heartL liver, kdi yv. etc.
The liver will beD torpk at#d irnac!ive -
giving riLse to biiiousne_.=. lo-s o tf.T| .utI
weak nerves, fecblr or irrf-::ular .t.;,n uv
heart, palpitation. dlzi's:-, h :-dacho,
bac:ache and kindred di'tturbanr-rs arind
Mr. Loul., Pare. cf Quelhe. writes: -For
years aftr my Lealh ;x--an to fa:l. r,.- heaJ
grew i-.zy, ees palat m-. a;-.d t:,;. ;'..a'h
wa sore all the tz i, lic..- cvr;-thira I
wouNli eat would erna to lie ifeavy lik, 'e-ad
on Drn totuiacb. The dot-tv'nr c
It was smipath.tltc trouble due to ty.;p-ia.
and Dvrewribed for me. and aaJt.,u.-h I t(xk
their powder rs' rulariyr yet i felt Ttolttt.r.
My wife advizej me to try Dr. i'.vrc'- ,ohi.-n
Medical Discovery--arnd stop takir.c the dtk-
tor's medielne. She lougLht n*e a t lttie &rAd
we soon found that I bean to iipt-oe. -o I
kept up th" trea u.ient. I totk n fl.--h. Ty
Stomiachb became normal. the dif-t i orgrns
worked perfe-tly and I sn ltx'gan to l(-.k
like a different person. I can never etuCe to
be gratteful for what your rn-ulicine has done
for mie and I certainly ire it hiche-t ijraLe.'
Don't be wheihledb hv a ptnny-_ralbipg
dealer into taking inferior ,nlrititut.' for
Dr. Pieree't, infdicine, recomnnirdad to
be "just as gfvxi."
To gain kn(wl(dApp of your own body-
in sickness and h'ealth--si.,d f,.r the P'o-
e'-C'n Common Sens- M .iic;ii Adv;.-r. A
Wok of O11 pages. S-nd 21 on<-ceont
stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamp"
for cloth-bouud copy. Address Dai. R.V.
Pierce, 063 Miu Siet, Buffalo, X. Y.
*J they don't St-ucll righbt tihey w~iI liwe-e
taste right."--Watshingtoii Star.
American Tourists and Thneir Wny..
EngiOh peo It',#-a -4 itrnue. tryIto ell
ter a hjotel d(raxviiu- room or any colier
pfub'lic ld:act US quietly as a~Thenud
eualeaivor not to interfere with thev
*.thler (m(-'lpai~ts of thb? roonit c~@thrn
teY C311 )(1'1. A lparty of I'vA-a-h or
titaddeiiin;4 La it of roatding their (eor-
,re;pofldeil4q- noIInIl in jtbl.withi'n
Stock _of :e siirhtest re,.-ard to otLer revike
e Sock %- ^ho. are reaCing or
ting onf ,,n*' ,:lau it i ', ,,,,,,loit part of the
6 a1:iI1(. luck of br,'.diu- whi'h le ids
DIAMONDS, them to hold conversaiionq at the top
WATCHES thir ve:wy pe:etr:ating voices not
only |ii public pict-ire gilileris., but
FOBS, al-;o iii cintiuental churches. without
CUT GLASS, Ptayi2G tiny tttnttiolon to the fact that
a solemn s nrvce i: y be going on
S within a fL'.v yva:rils of them.- Londlon
CKS Modern So<. ty.
)S OF REPAIRING.
A Curious Coincidence.
The story of ai qu,-r coincidence Is
tolAh by ,ir Aihth:r 'ouan I)oy!v. Vlhile
traveling ti'oi the cont':eint he visited
a c(rt:tilliI li(ollla i ta ill, wV.-Iich wa. In
winter. he leai'ned, oc,'-mTloJ o:.Iy by
two men. 'lihps.e Uica. Jisonied in a
waste o f snov, aul ice. had:i for all that
p riod no coniai;uic.iloa with thl
world below. Here was a situation for
-t novelist' And the novelist accord-
!nrily lH;;aii to lot his imagination play
about the I.,sibilities of tragedy sur-
well selected stock roundi z te.
Fans. in both the writien. for.
Meshe im ~ Uz
op and bottom barn No. 10, ga~Vanif*&,h
Stays. No. 12, galvanized wie,12 ie aJPut--
Havana, Sept. 2'-.-American Inter-
Svention i a Cuba will be an accomplish- S"
President Roosevelt's tjraece commis-' JO
'misionert. although clothed with the
fuilest authority from him t,' take C
such action whenever it became ob-
vious that the securing of peace by
Sharntonizing the warring Cubt.ns v~a-
imps-silAe, have patiently wthhti4,l
their_,haln-.s fr.un thus s.*>tting as.
Cuban sq,,ereigm.Ty uz.ii the L.ist hoipe
ShadI ,lsaipp-;tre-d. Thiz stagt-e 'f ho.e-
lessne.-. u.as reached at a late hour
last night when the great majority of
all three of the political parties refus-
ed to attend the session of tCongress
a.l!h-S to at upon the resignations of T(
all th- nintihers ,,f the government wi.
anid diectr,ri definitey that they would W
have n..thinic nim.,r- t-I do with the gov-
ernr,-r.- ,-f Cuba,.
As was exrT-ete-d. there has -been
cinside-ra;je rabid denunciai,,n of the
,,our se pursu-ed by the American *.t.ll-
missriner.-. \ ho. it is alleged. have
acted unfairly t,,vard the government
party, but thie great mass. of the resi-
dents -*f t'uba. C'ubans ti.nd Spaniards.
Ameri.ri.ns and all other foreigners.
,,u lceto- ijit:rvention as something for
which they have longed throughout the
last six meeka nf unrest disorder and
We are Exclusive Agents
Carried in mi..m
for jBLLW-WI .. -
No'w going ono
If you are not taking advantage
of this opportunity to secure teal
bargains in Seasonable Dry
Goods you are standing in your
own light. The stock is moving,
so come early while you have a
big variety to select from. OW
immense stock MUST be sold,
and sold quickly, hence ow of-
fer to sell at 50 cents on the
two ien on th;'ir tnoun-
But the story was never
happr-ni g to (cone u0>oa
General Electric Co. and the a volume of (y d. Maupassant. which
wa.s new to hiim, he found therein, un-
Westinghouse make. The lat- der th., title of "L'Auberge," the very
ter cost a little more. but re- .toy li had niltnt to write.
quire less current to operate Sixty Thoumanid eed to the riant.
SThe c')l-wh.nl lurslai:e is ote of the
them. I also carry in stock wonder #i of ,taluny as far as seWds are
Fancy Globes. Higl. Low n'vrel. A siiinge seed of this pint
*w ill pro 'rc alut twentty 4ped p')ds
Lights, etc. il aesol. '11The arae number of
All kinds of electrical work ,;vd, i:4 i h ,cil ,i th . LY ac('tual count.
; i.Uixdi, inakinir. ('di.;xtJ iu all. As far
and repairing done ;it reason- 'as we have boeu able to learn there L.
able prices. under a full guar.'
antee. If your lights are olit
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.
The Art of
Buying a Piano
Is Something That
Eveyoae Does Not
There are many things to
a ke i n t o consideration-
sweetness of tone. reliability
of make. liglitnes, of at'ioni
and the durability and con-
nij ii,-,taxtucv f similar fruitfulness in
tuiy I.h f-tindlwil in this coun-
p',tof tther the Jaules-
:a;-ut.-'~d 4''in~rCite tNu Uerw-e-1.
the ra.-weed a zd s.~eof Wthe vervine.s
11 -,Ns' et.,I f r'm nme of ses
Wint it 15I; l'tf~ if qllv one of tLr-m
'r dv~ o..'f..utthI'S inja a v in year
C tt pan-.latur ilnea.-St. Louis Re-
A Hruman None Two Feet In Length.
Eh-'~~t ,,t: ;. peduLa'r fLrtn of
!elpro.;y iuN v inch tie 1 limLs aim] features
,twi-l tj horrbl),e pfprtl"and outL
,)I aJllse-u0-.i cae t.) ti:C legs. var-niaild
!(-( .!z Iff unma11I lii... "-.i are
kz';nwl.,erp the( legs harp lice .me so
Air-n t!i:th-y mcicsurel 412'.,feet
;n ~ ~ ~ Te ob.;~' '-xe l'crs.f the samne
Wali.t.:itor P'SbiO, nDgillsh
~.a!.)r. er.- e-h:'f-ta ncif('i in leaath.
an.~ ~ ~~1- Ihslr. ag 1t to upwva.'.lof
tvW. "4'ft xxLt!n !In theIip,.4 sag-of tile
hurribo:' -2*i.*-L i .'riti
"The fei~ln ti wx.," s d 3l. Cahino
,I i ,Cure
Gives rest to the stomach. Curesi andigestion. dyspepa, SourstmeNMg
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, urvm
Srmach and cata-rh of the stomach. A guaramted rsm
I WO BM LTb- I
SOLD BY THE
end kof th
- ~ :0 mOstDl W.
rm aNew rawl"
A saT o aDGSm
ANTI- MONOOIOLY DRUGGTORM
Relief for Women.
/ No. 18 Omlsd Ave.
S BNOT sranoa A ., AMLfo U aM
Eighnteesmnt IsWao M -- obeuIy und~
Mthat my body chedt r oM tod L Mt. ecklelne
toi breast two ad I -:.o.e i l the I~
abhome. I neld n afford to laY ;isMIN ta& a i.
,and no medicieDo elpedn mo y.
A Weandtold meb-b6owMIKE WIe Of Ct hlM bw
up and advised me by all sme* to tab*t. Th. day te
the firvt do00 the uteovery Of cmy heath bea. Imt v
nearly three nt a m buore I was eatiary cw e agst
hat tV-h I was in better health thea Ilel been t=r "ae yea.
:e ,f Card'i as the '
; medicine that & -- % %
* -, 4 ....*"---.' ^ S
:"-- .:- *\
et anROWW sm"Pw W
$ 0 ^ S, m oba S8 v w _
eta Cts on -salea w o
t obw 8. d vw'
NTir SL mas
et n awey -do&
sals611. buinbi .5SL
via New 1i ~ ~ -
Affval -d D- ~
Nofthme ml IF...t.Cam -..
IG...IL NoWX mW40**W.-
ftand bV vhum S __
winterelpd am h h
amOGsaw the a we a*
moot y ti.am ~f t
*Utog thea ~1
vaamI he SO.Oiw,
saidr OC ad om, E -
162 feet, Utme *a, 02
feet. to the p1ta
Tax sy'964 I dw
a psitk IVbo m A,
1"4. tp 17a. r
keof the bua" e w
law. tO& e namemp
t. -,'-, I
The True Test of Oyaters.. 4
"The best ';ter xi eni thu I kn -v-.
of," said the ik-at"Iniu o :III hez1ot.,
-judge 8n oeycttur 1-y the stne!) in-;t,-,!
of 1,Y llb.it a~tt. There k s -- ) --
about the s-,l of anny ~th-it :
rlicates its, C'indhion rto me z~vuh p1 :i
er than 'does the taste. 1lople lu'x
them ni l ce-t thi-ru probably on aic
vount rof thu ir taste. *So ztis ft do they
rho 0 ek~
--- -----. ----_-- -- tny i(.,I ef,)l. and the vair'oni s g.a ?-a
o ,-k ad ,=,,l ,,,:,:.. harryARY B. (
Sof whisky and randy f I.- t1t;.:: AM Y EL
bat a11 eirti8 on tbnIe thi'lspT--
OCA LA FURNITURE A pon them entirely Ity their si:'eil. Thi '
iproi'eoional teoa tater or whi.ky t ;st- 0
Personal Service Anyvnere, Any Time er. so caned, never tastes them. *-.n.I
and Whea Xeeded. imply arrives at their taste 1 v twir
peculi.rities of flavor or. to sp,.akl-
1he Question of rmoilming and Fun. lhl"lly" Smeil. I a" tell what lprc IR E .
a load of oysters will Ie rated at w'i.ei,
oraI Directing is a Delicate Ol* they. arrive it the wharf here Ib y f",,.-
lould not it be Best for Yon to u ,n.. p ,t ,.l'd ,,,t of th bo a I am
trast this QveUtion to Tbose who Appre- il,. 1t .sl, oystere. ,..,:--,,,.
. ..... ,. ,. when th,, t'r s o~re if s 7j;I)2 ch1-,i; M l**** *
elite It's Delicacy, and Whose Know- from hoa to .o.t. a.t the, .ie at ,h.T
ledge Is of the Highest Standard -hr.-. ,l.,,:.tte,, i.:f ,re te. ,.
0.clu.ir t i |ile t l fix "%.t, i o ii ; .'- ., *
CLARKSON, Geoang l
0 r% cl to I CIM
2 or me As ^dW
r 9 %FFvvPvp
-~- 'tI1Mnan Allaw
* ~ i ILI~t1IIL &UA U
c-r Boy's School Shoes.
}cr Boy's Schcol Suits.
or Eoy's School Pants.
r cr Poi's School Caps.
'r rLo's School Waists.
For BEo 's School Blouses.
--r EoP's Pony Hose.
Fo: Gir's School Shoes.
I or Girl's School Caps.
F, r Gir's School Hos'.
. ?.cc; Zephyr
Checks and Plaids,
"C~" "Percales, 1Oc.
" 7 It ctr fall stock L
. 3: are in a position to
- '-.~ .
we ask is a few
z time to show
7 .'..C LEADERS
. s, $15 and up.
C. V. ROBERTS.
)- o *
.LY~~ .AELU IuHES
- -;:-. c- u: -' : i! m midnight.
... -,: :a special orders, anything
-" : '^x--';v:,cd for the table on
Pc cir Refrigzrator
-. ;... rc Waiters and Choice Viands.
'-.-l Pri:-z t. Regular Boarders
I 's :
WEBT OF CQUI
G. ID. KTOGAN, Projprietcr.
-I"YS ,REP ERE AGAIN
Oct,-ier 35st the MISSOURI I
N C *'Q TAIN ROUTE vvi'! sell ch
,. '- .-.A. COLGCN and NORTHWEST.
: rLIFORNIA. OCne through SAINT
S"- '-' "-* .C C COLORADO and SALT LAKE
*" -' P?. r'd EL PASO. TEXAS.
S,. ;,s on Cat -c-nta Tickets and ten
-, ". *- S'ceS ,.ng Cars every day.
S- ? " IS., C-.&LAHC%'. L U'IS'ANA. INDiAN
-.C. AND VEX:CO.
2 N Ej~ in~X l e Allowed on
~ '" ~kes, ~ih Will be So d on
a r l .
___ __ __ __ __ __ __AT
, 4 r-
I r ---.-^ w' I U X- -- -'
SROOMS moeet 'rMutsy ,IPt010.
Odd Fellows meet TuemiY night.
rhe P&NsO wPr uh t tbw taMi
am. morming and s.vnim
S Warren Willtas Anto Nw (Sixtenth Sunday after Tfatty.)
in ton today. 19 a. r--Suday ch.
S11 a. m---orning prayer.
SKodak time. We have everyatt tn 1
i the line. The Postoffice Drugstore. Se-rvices at 11 a. nm. and 7:S p. mn.
. i conducted by the pastor. Sunday
Nathan Mayo of Belleview avnd Dr. school at 9:30 a. m. ad Leaague at 4
'1 ok of Cmnnr were in the city to-: p. n. A welcome to the public.
day. Poe sk o a
AVet and coat pocket electric lights: Sunday school at 9:45 in the morn-
hoitomn prices. Young & Cline. lag. Dre .ndsay will preach his last
sermo in Ocala. His subject will be:
Mr",. Barnett, a very attractive wo- 'The Man With a Handicap." Hour
;;in ,,f Savannah, is at the Monte- of worship. 11 a. m. Everybody wel-
zu!i a, come.
Offi, *- su;pplips of all kinds, and
blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News
Services morning and evening at the
Baptist church. Preaching by the
pastor. Morning service, 11; evening
service 7:45- QTJA. in,.i'..,.n
Rev. and 'Mrs. McKinley of.Candler, Sunbeam and B. Y. P. U. services. Ev-
who spent the summer North, return- eryone cordially invited to be present
hoe cordially invted to b r
Don't fail to try the new fancy
Irinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly
1,s-.' J. A. Pittmnan, who was ex-,
;-,. i, hornet today, failed to arrive.
We are headquarters for school
i-oks and sfchr-,l supplies of all kinds.
',cala News Co.
Mr. Baum of the Oxford _Crate Co.
at 'ryst'al River, was in the city to-
Have y, ~i 'atarrh? See W. L. Ditto
f-r fre sample of Dr. Blosser'rla Ca-
* irh Cure, and get well.
Mr. S. F. Thompson of Atlanta is a
zni,-.st ',f the Montezuma.
*"! uLt n felt the Atlanta Journal ev-
.-ry day :,,,14 Sunday at Allan Bridges'
pcn.4. stand for l. cents a week.
Mr. mrnest McUin has returned
\ Visit to his father, Mr. B. E. I
omimis.ioner 'f Agriculture.att
I; ha <4vp.e
C. C. Carroll, Pastor.
Warrvn Sunbeam Band
Prayer, by Edwin Spencer.
Scripture reading by Mrs. Spurlln.
Reading. by Mary Phillips.
Reading. by Ida Gates.
Reading. by Sara Martin.
IFading, by Louise Cannon.
Reading. by Joe Hall.
Reading, by Shellie Mack.
Recitation, by Ethel Seymour.
Recitation, by Sallie SpurllnI
Lord's prayer in unison.
Washington. Sept. 29.-Occasional
showers late tonight or Sunday.
OA bath cleanses the skin and rids
| | of refuse. A bath makes for
I "p and cltleMnszip. Not
x tide of the body
A coupon with every 10 ce-mt P* t ,
hr.- rit the ,'0
w' -mk i; lino for a ofic
." '.- Ea l)ws Piaa lne t)rfialeH(,
do not grte er,' l
1D. :m.1 Mrs. C'. (C. Carroll and little Anti-Monopoly Drv .. "
.,u:lltet" arrived home this afternoon. -_ ..,
.. ......... POUND NOTIe '
Kat wheat. 10 cents, wil surely K.11
:i"e ant rats. All other kinds kelt
,n ;:.-k also. Tydings & Co., phon.'
One black Bow will be sold sit noox
Monday at the city pound. (eor. W.
Cleveland. City Marshal.
Litl,- 'harlie. the four-year-old son i
f M and Mrs. Gus T. ddon. is se- Mrs. M. H. Hatchell, we are pleased
.N Mr and Mr,.. Gus T. IUddon. is se-
1,-.:.INv ill with congestion of the brain. to learn. is able to be up and about
after a few day's illness.
A zr.ec.ial bargain in box paper for
";- n,.r-n:! of September-Whiting's-1 Mr. Alfred Beck is much better to-
:' :.-. t' and! 75 ce.nts. Tydings & Co., d
; h,,xe N 1. 3.
Mr. Bob Miller is suffering with a
Mr. Frank Hall is up again, after a very bad tooth.
biut with chills and fever.
The band stand in the court huose
FO'cR RENTr-The first floor of ft
OR RENT-The fryard, having been appropriated by the
i-,o re.d ience in the second ward; contractors of the new court house,
itv and well water. Apply at this the Ocala House management kindly
... granted the use of their large veran-
r. Uher, of the firm of Ferguson da for the concerts temporarily, but
Mr. i s.herof the firm of F'erguson ^ e nee o
S Ier.habe ontnow that will shortly be needed for
:id T'4hor. ha-i been on the cick list their guests, and the band boys at'c at
f," s,' -eratl days. a loss to know where to go if the pub-
s Lotion Soap for eruptions lic desires them to continue their de-
P.mm'.s Idtisean Soap ft r eruptions ightful conert.
.,x) s'in diseases at the Postofflce lightful converts.
I ruKS ore.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts
F'v. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll and lit-:' on Nature's Plan
th. daughter, who spent a month very,
jolh-asantly at Asheville. N. C. return-i The most successful medicines are
o'.1 home this afternoon, those that air nature. Chamberlain's
Si Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
Two passenger lawn swings, only it when you have a cold and It will
$3.90, and you'd better come quick if allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
you want one. for they won't last at aid nature in restoring the system to
Ftis price. Ocala Furniture Company.! a healthy condition. Thousands have
1 testified to its superior excellence. It
E. J. Stevens of Crystal River was counteracts any tendency of a cold to
in the city today getting funds to pay result in pneumonia. Price 25 cents.
i .e empinloys of the Crystal River barge size 50 cents. For sale by all
Lu mbter Coin lany, druggists.
A b,-autiful new line of oak and ma- Jessie Billingsley, the promising
!,,g:iny music cabinets, in the newest young attorney in ex-Governor Jen-
,hIigns, on display at Mclver & Mac- nings' office in Jacksonville, came
Kay's. j down last night to look after his stock
farm at Reddlck. Mr. B. is well pleas-
Mrs. Joe White and children are ex- I ed with the progress he is making in
!.e.ted to return home today. They, raising fine colts. He said that fine
have been visiting Mrs. White's pa- thoroughbred Kentucky colt that he
rtentsi at Elmwood. received in June Is doing splendidly.
If you want a phonograph, absolute- OF INTEREST Tu MANY
E --n I fr'e' read the Stars free phono-
D graph differ and supply your home
W E xvitl } tno.
Tile freight on "Doc" Blackiston's
horse which he received today from '
Kentucky was $101.75. How is that:
You get your money's worth at their
'Ocala News Comoany, and a coupon
for a $2.5 piece of hand-painted chl-'
nL.. You can see it in the window.
31r F. D. Blair of Tampa arrived
in th. city a few days since to take a
;,nisxii \vith the McKean Lumber
PA. ,':x ,an.v. Mr. Blair will move his
leap i:iniiy i, Ocala in the near future.
Straw hat cleaner; enougn in 26
?it ,' aekage to keep your hat nice and
cl,.:i all summer. Tydings & Co.,
;O.h ile No. 30.
A Y. St,,kes and wife of Baltimore
:i:v gut.st s
'",,mc rare bargains in Haviland
'I,.ina at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr A P Williamson of Zellwood.
,',i;im-ri:l ;ig:,nt for the Seaboard. is
;! th (Ocala House.
Try thie Vitor, single cone, steel
t:.p.r,'l 'spr'ings. fully guaranteed to
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's.
Mt F I-N Mwre returned last night
f m \',),',sta. where he went to at-
t-:,il ih._ funeral of his son.
7,',1 "1 tini. out of date, genuine
'tuff---X-Sen atr." Look for this
1--;i: l \I %. h'i you f f"l iike. "Havana ci-
car- .trt-- t,,t ;hat they' used to be."
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine.
No medicine can do more. Sold by
HORSES AND MULES
You will always find at J. R. Mar-
tin A& Co's. exchange stnhles In Ocala.
Mr. asd Mrs. Z. C. Chambbls and "'w y u .. .--. -
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller returned this! A special feature of ethe Thrice-a'-
afternoon from kstlake, where they iWeekWorld b.as SI wUW he at e .n S
have been' spending some timeU. rital ficton.- It pnbNlskst 1&a
best authors In the w=rld. ab 0
License taxes are due and payable'in book form sl fo .5* a2S
its high standard in thi ragou wlt
be maitainedl in t" ftur 3
The school board and board of coun- pat. A "" *: ''\i
ty commissioners meet Monday. r lar n ptlo w 1?4 168 60 :0 .... ."
peryelar s.bsewiptioW 0:14 m-oo
Judge Bell returned this morning p weof f d this 01 4001" l ilMMlSr""
from a week's outing in the woods. We offer this u a*m
and the Ocalaw Wmb -ty ta-. biml .
He was armed with a repeating, rfle andte Ocaa $..y
and a suitcase.Th a m p
Mrs. Hamp Chambers is home from the two papers Is $. .
a visit to friends In Macon. Go A ,EI"O .SA W
^^ SA L9$0N IN. HW';--._', \^ g g
There are Ocala people in Pensacola,.
Healthy kidneys We
Mrs. Marean's two daughters. Mrs. ties from the blood, =ad u hdthry:
Bernard and Mrs. Owens, and in Mo- this pood health is inmo- oWW*el __ -,a 1 -
bile are Mr. W. E. Sinclair and Mr. Kidney Cure makes aod WOW 21 j
Alex. Mclntyre and family wtll positively cure all forms of I- ` "(: '- ,-
ney and bader diseasesm. It ftme4t. "- ..'* -
A LIVELY TUSSLE .os the whole system. Sold by af" i' -
with that old enemy of the race, con- dealer: "
stipation. often ends in appendlettis. -- ; "
To avoid all serious trouble with Mr. Robert Munroe. the turpemtlUr A -Pon,
stomach, liver and'bowels, take Dr. of the Daisy section, was In tewt o-
King's New Life Pills. They perfect-. day. dflflW gU^IW U
ly regulate these organs, without pain ....
or discomfort. Z25c. at Tydtngs & Co., Mr. Max Bloom, who has been with' 11kV SJ A
druggists, the Boston Store for several years and "- S.' .
this summer In charge of Mr. M. PaHn- A. mmt -
Mrs. Brigance has returned home delsmant. store at Starke. returned a
from her visit to friends in Kentucky. with his wife and baby from Newi "ie W .i Pwsm&t A
Chief Brigance went to Jacksonville York last night and will be with thN tin
and accompanied her home. Boston Store again as one of Its pop. K f
Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeLong. who spent : g
days at Candler. returned M. i, A A: "'
Mr S. H. Galthklll, te We-,
orange grower, farmer and M -11 .11....,W7.or-
who, with his wife. ha been a -
e' WmvI vft i^Mf the best locat- who' wlth h w h b -- ... .
es in the ing in the mountains of Nforth C naoflna
^il-f^^& k 4o~ms. 'and then attended the great fair and ,-.
^M i ]1 1ii *sx 1^ ra( es at Lexmgton. Ky., reached Jack- '..."
^'^i ||I g^ ^"S '^ eI pavijlek la-t evening and will arrive'
> ": i.^*'"^*ii ,^r e ^ftlb^e at McIntosh this after-,
Mr. .t . ...." del .ightful vacation.:
pentineo z T Saw: 1 -.. _
former resident i V00 W40 bl
s,on'ille- Fridayt' ,,nee t'i ..
who %ummered in North ( l"ia -
When you have a colii it is well to
be v\ry 'ai-ful ah,,
that Atill cause constipation. Be par-
ticularly careful about preparations
containing opiates. Use Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar, which stops
the cough and moves the bowels. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mrs. Budkin, who hails from Water-
bury, Conn., and who was a passen-
ger on the Clyde steamer Arapahoe to
Jacksonville. had the misfortune to
lost her trunk and came on to Ocala
last night with Mrs. Harry Clarkson.
and was her guest today. She was
bound for Eustls. where she will spend
Everybody loves our baby. rosy, sweet
With kissy places on her neck and
dimples on her arms.
Once she was so thin and cross, used
to cry with pain-
Mother gave her Cascasweet, now she's
You know what you are giving your
baby when you use Caseaw**t. The
Ingredients are on every bottle. Con-
tains no opiates. For loss of sleep. A
vegetable corrective for the b,/wels.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
ing piles. Sold by"
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
SFOR LETTER PATENT
Notice is hereby given that we, the r
undersigned, four weeks after the AIst
Publication of this notice, will apply to
the Governor of the State of- Florida
for Leters Patent under the following
S. A. RAWLS.,
R. S. HALL.
i E. L, MALONET.
Copy of Proposed Cht of S. A.
We,- the undersigned, here) is-o-
ciate ourselves together for the pur-
posure of becoming Incorporaed under,
the Laws of Florida, appliable to
corporations for profit. i
j Name and Offies.
The name of this corporation shall
be the S. A. Rawls Company, and Its
Principal place of business shall be in
, Ocafa, Marion County, Florida; but It
may establish offices and agencies -In
any other place or places in or out of
;the State of Florida.
The Epworth League musical at, ARTICLE IL
the Carlton House Thursday night BuSines.
was tne of the most enjoyable enter- The general nature of the *bla--
tainments ever given by this excel- to be tran5acted Is:
lent body. All on the program render- i 1. To purchase, lease and eWate tto
ed their parts splendidly, and those contracts for the acquision o at lh ;
to hold, use and enjoy al --kinds of le
present, fully fifty person, applauded. ,and personal property; to sl op
iand mortgage the same, and to *ke
I contracts In reference to the same;
CAOIA 2. To own and o.prate lands for
SCAA I R IA farming and cattle railing;
A S 3. To purchase, hold. use and en-
or IiluJijt d C miah w Joy any and all kinds of chose in ac-
** M tion and contractual rights or pIlv-
ThM rue YOan I Away BOW sften
4: To execute &by &"all aUe96"
]Mars leases or obligations necesryT, ea*-
oes inof r ==. .' ;sonable or requisite for ctrryiG out
Signature of L *' Ie S( the purposes of this corporatioh.
Whet 1. .~:
~l- S ~ -
-~ ~um -
-, 1~ ~* ~ -
-' e~" ~m
inm~~A Usmub, Iv~g ~
and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta- "Doe" Blackliston received a coal The amount of the capital stock of
tion as good mutes and horses as can black thoroughbred ghis morning from this corporation shall be twelve tei.- ,
be found In Florida. For quality the Kentucky He is to be a mate for Pat and dollars. ($12.000). divided inlto 13 t. MOi S
prices are reasonable. No trouble to
show animals W'hen in need call o ,Wilkes. and the two will make a crack- shr of the par value o one hd it
Hugh Nichols. proprietor, Ocala O er-jack pair of roadsters, and for dollars ($10) each, all of w
Futhorized capital stock shall be ray- Two YTIV LE IT
Wildwood. Fla. speed will not take any driving man's able In cash, as called for by the
dust. 'Board of Directors.
tl f ^^Jf^F^ .. ,ARTICL.E IV. Lv J'achBMBnyfj.-.. *.o
J .E. CLHACE LOur people are great smokers. Many 'RTI C LE... ..'
take kindly and even affectionately, to Te term for which corpor toLv lm .. ..
DFNTAL &URGFON (mt eerschaum pipe. and pride them- shall exist Is ninety-nine (<)y3 A Colt O 0..066, 1
DENTAL 8U RGE- N stlves in having a nice one. If you ARlex r Isnntynn. (* I
Ofc U lnstair r0mmeiial n*s B wid' s6W the great variety of these beauti-t- Oe r
O e Up Co er Bu g ful pipes at Peyser's you would real-t e Obi e M. Ar Nic .... ... ..Sf
^ Ixxize that young and old bcheiehed them Th pbusineio th e ? A M i ....
OCALA. FLA. ad onged for them or he would not shali be conducteda by a Presdest. Ar,.
ad logedfrteo ewudnt Vice President, a Secretary and Trms a .? ULVal"1WE.. oSa
--- keep the assortment he does. ; urer. and a Board Of DIrectors c n A? . .. . 1 I
ing. of not less than three (3) pew **
Terms, Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and chil- nor more than five (6., to be elected a D i .. .P
Sdren returned this afternoon from VIr- at the annual meeting of the s teon- e g*:-
ginia. holders to be held on the second r L2" r 9. .0. P. AL
^ISSH^. EYE ^IHI^ lday In December, A. fl. lX ,SK a" an- T LANO (
Ee hi closets and buf-nually thereafter on the secoTnd Tu- 2 L-
U S Eg n chinacloetsc ndd.ay In Decemberi in each year; p idr.. ..
Ifos tndchinm. anspt ermbn. Call ed, that the offices of President, m s r t ...."....
and see t MMacKays. Treasurer may be held by one and the g Columbit......
AND ABUSE OCToZme stockholder, or the offices at Ar A viS ".....
A DAB U SE h.....,
DOCORSAR PUZLE Secretary and Treasurer may be tell &r nD( Spri0gs IL-C..
The remarkable recovery of Kenniwth by one and the same stockholder. i IA a t e.. .. .. ..
Those tired veyeq of yours Mclver. of Vaneceboro, Me., Is the anb- The following named officers M ArLoutsygvle.. .. ....
T oetro J uCt of much interest to the nmdical conduct the business of this corpw- IL b.
will stand lots of abuse, yet fraternity and a wide circle of friends, atlon until those elected at the first . .
SHe says of his case: "Owing to severe annual meeting shall qua.iy:
there is a limit to their a. -inflammation of the throat and con- President. S. A. RAWLS. K lt inem.aang
tien ad t11111 p 1gfstin o(if the iungsm. three doctors gave Vice President. .L 8. HAL.J
tienc a-d tm-ir X er up to die. when. at last resort, I Secretary and Treasurer. F. L MA-
'was In4u',ed to try Dr. King's New LONEY.
.. ^ .. 1 f .. t r irxm,,' T I a mhi arnv toa uov It Boar d tf Dr@,;twnS L A i AW- I
NO. "an*. wp ~
a r -,LOWi
wa for a M of
wt be euzedbr la Hares Caturm
F. J. 0C9y Go, 7teo 0.
We, the un 1e10ned hW. knvMw R.
-.. Cheney for the last 1 Yeam ad b-
tter-- him perfectly boumabloe la aS
busine-s transactions awl &""__Jly
able to carry out any obllgatioliM Maode
by his firm.
Wakilng, Kinnan & Marvin
Wboles-.ie Druggists. Toledo, Oa.
HFas Cat-rrh Cure is taken trAer-
nally, acti,gA directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.,
Testimonials sent free- Price 7;& per
bo.ttle. Sold by all druggtaists
Take Hairs Family Plls for costi-
Mr. 3. W. Sylvester tae.s a position
with the Ocala News Company, begin-
hau made *Ma.-iu-^^_^
jthe only new)em sit ar
.kep you as umollldy
'world.- ^ ^1
The Tbrikw--Weh ,W0 -Ib b
Its political reprts.- Tom-eimt
truth I Its eoliaM 1t"t
are republian or demomt. u dw
im ...i. woh Imf
-,FS OFU M"
Laod Mse V mhf
sItude, P**MO& TV& somon s bw it
Dr. Premsa. Mhdmw .., -
',-:.y-f. anici da ih ta t- IB+ th lil m ^ ..*.^^ .- .***
I hird eanzio= t to r oy eemad" D. t--"
<, r to sme oom w i sr laia Dr.udiat md a "
P. ,, tedic inesft o r ld ." 0100
S-t their aa c ill ask tw -smMut I
t:-,an ordinary ernt
i. ,ave soi imetie ef ae Dr. ur-8M, ma-a d tulewt
n .'i red their male, use nho tevem of teinlwul
( r~5article Pubh~d hoInW IM I Ln d DeAW''t
--".a-,Pto f" r, e )o bb m lr. Mank--e. 14 recommend a
~~r~-nt etein h. IS -1e--d- s, mod obbonm- str m'mwme
Tip traduoeem and vindicask!dbalk e Dpowa..nd
k ,.,. ti mediacnei haveu is a- -S Dy a2Wnd C p
.g alm <>tto a boom a[t, is b !_'kl
(,,f. Ia eoly to the fact of D. b 'oae., ie, I |
P -. r-d patimts by epasum-- in M tose whe b i
rx.He blisao seera.tOw to wholdfrmthewm.
h',in.!adcno eSaeeu u wto~~ -atywhtte aig h.te '!Ismedicines openly =Wd boveboard, so l E lWOE
li" ,r fact owthm'. I l
ak tfn ask wemkeaaadd'3bWariadUMa
.* 'l B ngmid- -meow, iW Dr. Pierce's FavrittiPualp
.. a. 'rv and tio. as IMply at yed y toi-m
of unsolicited iettmtato comutlbmed by
-. h,"t Feaat Frarul patient, who have bee redw by
^l -_ It of _ecerrhea. paiafupdla"II red a
JinDO lU's prolapsus and oU dtopi-ce"su*%
..-" avori-- ulertio ofuterus and kindred atee.
lilp 01cO Uorns. often after may other advertised
: aal passage. edichoes had failed.
"tr mach. bow UBot theM m w -aned med"Flw Afn
rr.ntage of Wholly .d. 1 (ru the tglyceric m-
di .-e a- tract of c U, lditil rooe, found
h-t., b.- throat, In our Aima ernsM. The procesM
h catarrhal employed (I t ir a w ue n war
'rarrbeat i. original with Dr. Pire ad d they an
v I.'rorgans. carried ea by kMfW chemists o ad phar-
e e ,tags maciKfr with the a of md tu Aa
: r..: Wr appliach aSpeci lly aieuthod built
--: t L "<-ulden for this psurnd Both ineileines ar
dUdt. twbo elty fe t l a alohol n all he
S, D,,wnto listo their our 11 tas I.rtin da each
di ehronir of their wrappa. They e both miadl '
S:,,trrht emdly of :such native dieiaa Mrt s hoavI y
a.d roted the Wow --I- -_ am
i "16..-l 14%.l praise for thoe r cura le Tir froam
for its blood the mont promlt writer e Maleris
--!i; rig e f.tfc u Mudiai Ia this Sounlry. What aM mI"of
iratims. This their power to ew the veral dluam..
;rrIat msnt will for which the7 an advised may be
.-. >f Lb worst easily lamed my aeedint your Mm ne
r, o matt er and add ress to M. .L V. felde. Buffalo
.. t'.'y may be. N Y for a little booklet which be has
-,,ia,-irM tom COM0t .. containingn eopious elxtracts
C ,. .... n ra- fyrom numerous standard medical books,
s-t ..sws. japraige- which are orwoultod as authorities by
(ieI~sar to ph siclanx of the fteeral school of prac-
Sgtice fr their guidance In pmrembrl It
A' d fr'rvin. For is F33 TO ALLf A postal card requet
*1k(< iurirmzn-no will bring It. i
i..; hrak-dow I You don't have to Mey solely upom the
I I wI bm fou a aclpr' ayee as to the power of
1) 1the strength, 1Dr. PIeWs mi lfl- to cur., as with
furinIti5.ik, sub- other uMedicuies d thrld gh ,rui.a. I
I.s tut a healthy. You hav, the anu u "M fnhuOT of
P11 .f the whole a bot of the leading medical wrnen
a" -teachers. Sead for this copious
-t ouir Amoica tthboony. It can be ieu upon to
va,.itll. medi- 'be truthful became it is satril dim-
r" '*' nimst of our intewtod.
(*isrf lt I if we Dr. Plere's Pleasant Pellef cure coa-
-* *hii.m; atd, tipaton. CaaUpaton is the caun of
*r -;it.ivnvtlon. many disease. Cure the ause and You
i m In(5t mar- cure the disease. One *PNllet 1s a
i- ,old-n Mpd- .gntle laxative. and two a mild cathar-
:*- prnr i.itpf tic. D[rugists sell thm,. aad lotbln
-',I Iavh it ic,. t o"Just ui good.' They are the o fa w
and reru- Little LUver Pills Arat put up by old
n to mewl- Dr. Pierce over 40 yean ago. )(uch
m ii'. in tbh Imitated, bet never equaled. They are
mir' mak- Uny ai-od raauls.-.my toah
*i. ciulisi a fle-i as eas y.
"Sbhall we go into the toy store to-
gether, Alice? There are some lovely
"Why. yes-If It will give you any
pleamure, grandma r'-Fliegende Blat-
What E@ was**&4
"I'm glad you're waked-p'sat last:
I've been sitting here two full hourn."
Yes. but what do yon want of me'?"
"If you'll excuse me. you're sitting on
-- 1* ZAWCWSt-a.-- r hobm I
Cinom6 C, dwwaoM 1* W e OI
ftm Tbkw mdsamleCmbh, Pumnows,
COMO keam o dbii ftl bmsLAn
a' sw@dS r and p.
*TRW. JOuENf ramw Mox
soS AM =al ea Hto
e~m j C06 a "a Sk"iL sv Ttw
OF MEDICINE RV N, 0 NA
SUrA.? UcGUIUE. U. D0. Paeiscags.
~ cofrmato the Sanudards
sed byliaw for meduwal dumm ento.Sd for
sm~da sNot. Which tids aliout it.
7bm w chtaftpn- Se yDevwtem
MEDICINE DENTISTRY -PHARMACY
dA ;us if you buy
A Ut l eon; rcolomu
6Aold o' in lots ot
6 ar or $2Ig' Cat
Lo.on6 pairs o :$.50
For Ladies Egv~ndan Cotton ft Pafws
for a o, sgu ravauee ticket mail
pm a5&&&5 p3%
,POUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
.* I;,- own rail to Savannah. Charleston, Richmond
., .'-ixrnci.,n. thence via PennsylvaDia Railway.
v \, M-.nt.>rnery and Loisuvitle & Nashville or via
;: l"v-tr' Rij>ute and Atlanta.
.n .tianiah and Ocean Stearmip Company for New
'i.xi1 .l;.-hia and Boston. via Norfolk Steamer to New
X\\ .ohingin and Baltimore, via Savannah and
.]:id .Miners Transportation Compnyay for Bait-
SVia Peninsutar & Occidental Sfteamhip
S ',.'d trains. New Y
S ( ,- l 'ciicago and Flo-da iUmited and Dixie Flyer.
zst Schedules. Superior Service.
o : to rat
'. Agnt. J. G. Kirkland, Div. Pass. Agent.
i Tampa Fla.
T'.- A ent, W. J. Craig. Jass. Traffic Manager.
Wilmington. N. C.
c ~Card Ns. C,
:,I AM DWN~.
t Coast Railway
1. h Bfuit SdsaI s
-TATlIONS lie TO MeU
___ hkUM --yN
.3eek-unvifIe ................Ar 7 2m 8 56Mn
-:1) Jackso,'vilO.............Lv 7 l m 8 47ai
-.., Augultine................. 6 lapaa 7 45&m
HaL.4inu.................. 5p .6 4*~
..Al.t Ptala.ka ............. .. 5 20pm 6 3Ltm
.... l'al!ka.............. Lv -4 Mpm 6 Wam
..... I'letka.................. Ar 5 tpb i 655am
ia n MAtao..- ..--._ .. L, ...._. --l-am
.U M tr. o ................ ATr .. p. ...........
-m ,im fli .......7...... ... A r ~- ---A- -r----
.. -er ni4....................- 4 2Wpm 6 b 3f m
.... aav u ... .... ........ 3 4 pm 4 OI m
a lrani.. Z3h5pm 3in
I %-vuna................. 3 1ipm 4 4iam
S ert i lan(c,. .............-..-"" 3 l pm 37,am
\,-% ,-myrna................ 3." 3 1Sm 4 am
1, 1 1:, f!n .............. A 1 O4 pm 6 pma
-1. a-re.Cify1... .......... r 12 O mpm 5 pM
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N,.% A ^Bvrtia -- ------- Ar S tu5piB" ^Oam
S 161 H ll.................. 1. 2 40pm 2 "am
T : I I : % n i l . . . 3 0 0 a mp
... ............. .. 11 kla]1-~V IIi Mem 6 30|ti
:'for< ... ..... ....... iAr .S Opm II lIam
. .'i ,., ile. ............... -.Ay 2 'tpm a n,
',,a ........... ...... L. I 24pm 2 2!a
.. ... ll: .. ............. "" I y vm t aIm
..... .' * ..... ......... 12 I 47pma 1 4T7 m
- - -' .... ... .. I .*?Tpm I t: am
,' 'n ..... ..... . p 5.Min 1 12 3.na t
r%,-1K~m 1 12 QK1.
10&n( 12 fa' n I Okt
---- a. -l ..... i i .1 am II 1 m
S" ,i .... .. ... i..,l mLM i 11 y m
-.-' ......." l. l; m i I1 l'm
.....*l in Olem IIll 3;, f nIt
.. *+wm t .+ + ftt.a 10 .:^ ,cn
U .'I.- s ." .'+ii.rl *it ,q,<) .i- 1| *.n .
!.I,,r,.,,-' .. .. . t, 't .:> ', 1J 0-,|,O
i Youag Jones-Your daughter, sir, Is
worth her weight in gold!
Old Brown-Would you mind lending
me $10 and taking her as security?-
S Not ExtravalMt.
Sig T,4AT &PACKACIZ
THE PERFECTION CANOPY
for wood and iron Leds and children's
cribs, supplied with/ either bobinet of
For Sale by Mclver and MacKay.
Phonographs from $10 to 550. Over
400 different records in stock to select
from. A, L Burnett. the Jeweler, ex-
clusive agent for Ocala.
Mr. Meanly-I s oethtng dreadl. no-
My wife is always asking me for mon- WW-
ey. It's money, money, money, all the i W women
Mr. Japson-Why. whatever does she who value teir
do with all this money? "e a'i '-i" _
Mr. Meanly-Eh? Oh, I don't know. sh ou, ldble
I haven't given her any yet. Ha a'-, .s e .
SH^^tde old reliable cure for Coasiupijom. Ia-
awith the ,ableft. Send (o
& 50paboz.ordhewil be Ceute --
d!esbon Nervous Debili ty.. KieyAd
Biadd"Trouble and al &H d dismoms
Te a eoa reWipto of pd upthe.h..Aed
I a-maf forPl esa, Antpla.r or Sup-
= s Suppaiosimos Should be used in
~ cencuoawith t6e tableis. Send foe
book of panfimlns. Dvu4gifts seithen
-50 erbox, orth&y w91l be sent pre-
of paCe .,....Ads
He--Do you think It would be foolishab
of me to marry a woman who waa my
Todauay In the b*sitypew-ritu E
m Audeurpu one day on going to
her- window noticed that the sigl .
"Apatlaenta to ILAr" which bad for
ome time decorated the house oppo-
fift had been taken down- A few i
days after this ahle saw a young nman
whoe rercoat reached to his gukleq 4
walk soaemewhat stift to a carriage
standing at the door. ;zet in anil 9 f-jr
Sdrive.- He was a very uil-e l4 .r,
fellw. faultletly lr dr,ld. andi jus
before being drive away be cast a .
glance at the window where the lady
was standing l< okia at him. .bhe at J iv
once lowered her glavnce and Ilft the
A few dayos later uhe wv the same .'. -
yoimag man driven awavy a-.-iu. He
looked up at her vwinl ow; but, as s s
was standlug at a diautance, she kept
her position and noticed that their o-
capant of the t-ariasre kept h"'si- ye.
fixed on her widow till he had Ia-ssdl
beyond her lio'i'. -v.+r.l times a a
wek he took a ,'.rive an.1 always lok- :/
edTor her. Mi7-! .1ule,'nreid's enrlos'ity "
was excited to know -why the yis-n "
ailu always. we ,!e Ilonz: over(',at. 1 0*.
the weather ec.id or warm, a:id why-'-,.,
Pbe never sa L i:ii le?.e the ho:tie on i/
foot- She also aniioic that 1.q /ion A
be was geaiforta'Ily se-:iT*-i he bent
down andi ;ij'isteal .s.pwetl ib r hut
I what thef p-(nis. was the could noT 4/'
One day sh'- went to the window jn-l ...
as be was drivin- away. ixot k:!owitit.
that he was (ouit. anid r,'.<-ived a l,.k
In which there wns mi,-onf3cfnIO a l I
miratiou. AR the carrnage turned an
automobile t-inme tirrin. down the
Street. there wq a *-olllsioi. and whenx
1it was over a pninful slfat ;rreted
M 11si Anupenrehi. The man who live'+
Soplwpite w-is ltin: ca-rried Ineck into
the Ixonp. But the Dost horrible sl-0it
of nall w;,s a iiii lli dis pp'aring \vitIi:li
the house crrQ-U lez.-
To see a mii's 1< <,'it oWT in thi.i
horrl'Mle mntr-r < ,'.lJu h'tv'y 11l1'1-ttle:, '|
the lady's n-rve. mulad he' had not the
courage to even loik at the h buse ."..
opposite for several
while her heart went out to the
mnutilated mana. She was anxious
to kniw whether hlie would live andi
would have a.kel her brother to in-
lepire If she Lad had a brother. which
she had not. She restrained her sym-
pathy for awhile. then wrote a Dote
stating that a lady who had wit es.edl l l
the accident wished to le infonned
how the injtrl m,,aU was doing. R
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lTis she sent mby a mail To tie propri-
etor of the house opposite. lie sent It
up to the sufferer and In a few min-
utes a reply esme down, written on
note paper decaratd with a crest, say-
Ing that the gentleman was profoundly
moved by the lady's sympathy and he
was happy to say that his physician
assured him thalmt he would recover.
Miss Audeu.'e:d seut her maid over
again with inquiries, and with the reply
.she brought a number of raes with
a request that tue sympathetic lady
would permit the sufferer ta thus ex
pre.,s his appreciation of her kindly
Miss Andenreid looked at the b)eauti
ful flowers. remembered the uneon-
scious glance of admiration the invalid
had given her hut a moment before
having been mutilated .jor life, and a
tear stood in her eye. She considered
that she was warranted iiinencouraging
a sufferer ta get again on his feet-or.
rather, his one foot-ir d permitted her-
self by sending a not, of thanks to
be drawn into a c'>rre.-pI)ndvnfe, for
the sufferer replied to her note of
thanks begging her to help him bear
bis confinement and his sufferings by
writing him oc,:sionially. proinising not
to misconstrue her sli'it)in. A number
of letters passed betwovii them and it
.semed to Miss Audlenreid that in hier
correspondent she hai.l found a mann
whose sentiments rendered, him worthy
to be loved by anyv woman. Indeed,
she began to feel ,t regret-somewhat
selfish, it is true-that he had been de-
prired of his leg. for she could not
think of marrying a man who must
hobble through life.
Finally the Invalid wrote that be
bad Ieen promisedd that he might go
out at the end of the week and begged
that his first exit might Ibe a call upon
the lady whose encouragemeut had
been the cause of such a speedy re.
cover. Miss Audenreid replied that
she took great pleasure in granting his
request, and from that moment till
the time of the appointed visit her
heart fluttered ominously. She. how-
ever, fortified herself with an iITVO-
cable resolution that s!he would not
gire way to anything which would lead
to her having to refts..e a man with but
It was arran'ed that the invalid
should c.all altml .4* o'clock in the even-
iau-. Miss Andlnr,-il hid ai a groat easy
chair placed for him litfore a cheerful
open fire and threw an afghan u over
tbe back ready for u s.
When the I-II ran.r promptly at b
o'clock and the visitor haid toiin a)
nounced Mis< A t uinriid wetit to hlt,
drawing room. To her 1 .rtoni.h'intt.
the invalid advaito-ed to melt her with
a buoyancy of step that he1 had not
poss.ssed even before thl i -cident.
"I am dlit'hteil." she sai.I. "that you
have supplied your defet .0 sous-ce's
W.What def.t T"
'"Your lo-t le:."
"I haven't l-':t it. It wi hron._-hl
inta, thle hou-ie. 'Yait see. I at.l i fOt
on wh- I ,I,>... ""r v :i!k .,a 'l fa)r ai
p, aFrinc,' t sal:-' i 'wsr u cork siPloisrt.
ttrapIping i)p :y lv. frnm tr!.1 k'xte
till I was In t %i :irrihvpL. whan I 'l-
ways unstrn;, 1,I iT. NMy ix'arvp+ wn r(,
shattPred lby th,- av -,eihit. Ijnt my fuor
Nq now ePntirel,. ,<>I'"
full quarts delivered for...... ........ ............91
full quarts delivered for... ..................... 2 0
quart delivered for.................................. 1 s
Pints. 50c.: half pints. 2c.
manefy. ToeNot kB
ADA#. Pro -h~
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We are closing out our grocery business to make room in which t& .
growing shipping or mail order-,liquor business, which is far bliggt *h
Send us your orders for any special brand of Whiskey. WhAs^ j i 4
Our business methods and quality of goods never loe & customer. W
for Schlitz and A. B. C B C .
4MelloweJ by the a btCs 1St'
Pure rye t~ese o*M Iias- lie"^^
whiskey *Siuh" time h 6M MO i>Nl|<^
It is -'writhsdew .4 e lS l WmSO*tM
of age-meilew"We, l~
that awe not Marylsed CM06. N. | )i
the taste. *' '':-*. ?
Our prces am* @am&
basis and under me eiesum-wrW
,1 .- '^J
goods C. 0. 0D, as thie giprmS
take whiskey at *w~eu% u4I *
watll not allow tHeM to
will accept ospesee w8eui s*o(*m O-
dsrs, One asow two-m*" sumps ~ -
parties we know are 0. IL WO. b",6
sell for cash,, Snd feO ur
ef having noba hds agas*& %V kW kW-
distillers,got the bes teede a M -
no middlemtan's pnOLt 4.,
OCA L7A F=L.A
p - -
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reacq 'f rmneiicne. No m('Aicinc can do moe.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
NOTICE O(F APPLICATION FOR'
Tax Deed Under Sectinn 8 of Chap-
ter 4 S.q Laws of Florida.
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ROUND TRIP AN HEAP ME-
PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE