The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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School George F rfsbie. Hoar, U. S. Senator ir 1

Supplies Frorr Massachusetts, Has Passed

s From Labor to Rest (j jWorcester EY 1RAL NAT BANI(

I Mass., 4s pt. 3<).-G-ore '

Kn.-bie; Hoar senior United States m LI

The Children Like Senator from Massachusetts: died at .
his home in this city at 1:3: :; o'clock ;

o tnimorning.. j
j The end: followed a period of uncon-I

i -..!unt-ss;: that had continued since j CAPITAL S30,000.DIRECTORS

Are the kind you find here. Every good thing for I '- .rl: ly Tuesday, and came so gently that .
only the attending; physicians were
making school work easy. New and second-hand !\i\\are of the exact moment of dissolu-
school books bought, sold and exchanged. Money I lion.

saved you in this. The largest 4 and 5-cent pencil I I WAR IN THE EAST I >> I :: =
tablets ever sold for the price. I -

Th n reports from Russian sources R. S. Hall R. L. Anderson Edward Hiller J. K. Christian
I t Ml of horrible ravages, by disease in !,
B. MASTERS"THE 0 the Japanese armies.
George MacKay George Ford Herbert A. Ford.
o I Th Liao river is sail to have been ,

'J; mined abreast of Liao Yang in or-

;i'-r that a flooded country may protect
HOUSE THAT the Mt flank of the Japanese armies Cashier:

i i t Uirttening Mukden.

FL.H. I In St. Petersburg it seems to b* the HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.
('xj-ectation that General Kuropatkin I ,
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,I i| [,,, -esion; of Mukden. I I

EVENING STARC. 'CLAIRVOYANT ANDSCIENTIFIC I i Vladivostok! has heard that the Port

i .\: thur garrison is confident of being
' PALMIST alt!" tll hold out at least three months iFall
;I'i l I"II E-r. j Millinery 1 1I Opening .IBIGL: I *

L. BITTINGER & CO. Another stroke of ill! fortune has be- I

Stopping at the Montezuma Hotel for a ;

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Short Time Only i,aciddent! I
:iiieied. to be ready about this time for II
Proprietors and Publishers Can be consulted on all affairs of life, .'-:1 with other hips of the Baltic: I have just returned from New York SURPRISE PARTYEVERY

such as business speculations, love, : i-ijM.idron. Repairs to the: Olrg willi with elegant line of MILLINERYfor
i probably detain her at Cronstadt for an
C. L. BITTINGER, courtship, marriage, divorce; in fact,
six weeks.
everything connected with :your daily: DAY AT -
Editor and General Manager. I
life. Has helped others, why not you? BEAUTIFUL WOMEN

R. R.-CARROLL, I Remember the Madam is no fortuneteller I i I Plump cheek, flushed with the soft Beautiful Picture Hats, eay-to-wear OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY

but one endowed with the gift
glow of health and a pure complexion,
City Editor and Business ManagerProf. I of prophecy, spoken of in I. Corinthians I j i makes all women beautiful. Take ai I Hats, Children's and Misses' Hats.

xii: 10, and in the fourteenth chapter j
;small dose of Herbine after each meal; THAT BRINGS
J. F. McKinney of Candler was of the same book. Office hours, 10 i
i it will prevent constipation and help
In the city yesterday, and horticulturist like a progressive I. :a.: m. to 8 p. m. Room 37. third floor. '. digest what you have eaten. ;50c. Mrs. And an exceptionally pretty line of Ribbons, Plumes, HIS POCKET BOOK AND WANTS
and investigating -
and fruit grower purchased a disk ,I I Come early and avoid waiting. Everything I. Wm. M. Stroud, Midlothian. Texas, I Feathers, and Trimmings of all kinds. TO BUY SOMETHING.
plow from Captain !Frank Ptxjser. He writes, May 31, 1901: "We have used
said he had tested the work it could Visitors are not received on Sunday j I I
ji i Herbine in our family for eight years, E. o. SMITH

and he
do with R. C. Ridgl"s plow i
!! and found it the best medicine we ever
could break up more maiden cane land THE OPENING WILL BE
with it in half a day than in a week: i used for constipation, bilious fever and -
by the old plow process. Professor i I :', malaria." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly

:McKinney has not only demonstratedthat All our sheet music wll: be ;; '19IIj '; ;!silo I! l !
Drugstore l1p'
he knows how to grow oranges sold at C, 7 and 1', rents untilit alli ,I DAME:: \/ I
and grapefruit, but has turned his footsteps is griiif. Salt' lit-gilts Sept.2.; I !
after peaches and is making a i THE BROWNS AT MIAMI I1 _
record that will yet land him among OCALA MUSIC CO. I

the coupon clippers. He says it is the Hon. C. M. Brown: and wife C. M. I

coming industry for his section. .\ i| Brown: Jr., ;11.1dfl", with their seraiits. I OCTOBER 6 AND 7. The Leader In lee Cream

year ago last December he planted 50'J a | \. :arrived from Ocala this morn ;
small each trees: : but of fine variety. Judge \\'. P. lullok; i is busy! hearing ing and I went at once to their house on WELCOMES OPPOSITION

This year he sold the peaches from huutry ('al'el't'xt Monday he will 'i Fourteenth street, where they will reside r i Id I IIId DEFIES COMPETITION

them: which netted him 25('. a tree. begin his circuit work and open courtat ; in the future. They will engagein
This last December he planted) 3000 business here, owning up as soon t
peach trees, mere twigs, the size of a Tavares.A. I.s the gwlP arrive, a full and complete The ladies are cardialiy invited to attend and see the I The originator of theVELVET

lead pencil, and now they are two inches I stock of furniture, mattings and New Goods* I I BRAND

in diameter and eight feet high, and \V. Young of Oklawaha was in i !iou e furnishing g'IIIJis.-1Iiami riletrol5dis -
he convinced he will sell fruit sufficient ; 27th. Any color or flavor
town TUf'soIam..) tuM a reporter of''
to net him 2.:.e. from each tree. J
The professor is satisfied that peach the Star that he would make six, bales HAS SOLD A PILE OF CHAMBER- NItS1 MINNIEA1 BOSTICK.FLOR Orders filled on demand In any quan-
: desired
growing around Candler can be mad1 or cotton this season. .
lain's Cough RemedyI
profitable if properly conducted, and he __
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Is putting his valuable time and good
Allan lodgers is interested in a''
money in the industry.: Good, for the I have sold Chamberlain's Cough '. :==
professor and may his fondest expectations plant to be erected at Carroway: ten 1! Remedy for more than twenty years DA--PLIJM-OINGAND. We Are Still Hustling. /f't?' -- &

on peaches be realized. miles east of I'alatka, to extract tur-'t 1 t
and it has given entire satisfaction. I f Iv( i ; lJ
r-entine from pine lightwood < '. { v
stumps : \
and supplying builders with the very j [
Lave sold a pile of it and can recommend h /r/ : ;
Mr. George Close said this morningthat knots, sawdust pine limbs, etc. The I I a, ( I ,-- ---.-lll
the accident that befell Norman it highly.-Joseph Mcllhiney, | ELECTRIC COMPANYR. ]I best seasoned lumber for every pur,4 ?. r1. ;; :i'
firm already has a sawmill and crate i .. & j. ..,
and Mitchell, colored, while tearing factory at that point. j!i Linton, Iowa. You will find this remedy j iI I pose. While the demands of our cue'a'-.- ;I 'L:<-.f f I'r

down a shed on his property the other I a good friend when troubled with I I l..oIi! ,.4,4. U "
B. CAMPBELL tomers are great we have disappointed 11' : .K Jj/j.
day was of their own seeking. He. i a cough or cold. It always affords I : __ .. : "f !;
seeing the building was falling. warned Editor Fackler of the Crystal sliver no one and are glad to state that our ..:- Jt".. !...r (;t: -
quick relief and is pleasant to take. -"t/ '" l. "'.:: ;
them but they would not move, and News will please accept the thanks of Gas and Steam I efforts to meet the desire for a grideof J' ::i11nV"1 .'
the building fell on them, the timbers For sale by all druggists. Plumbing, FittingI .flf'i'l : H.'.f? i
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the editor of the Star for an invitationto i
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striking them and brusing their heads lumber of the best quality have been !I j :Jr'!
and bodies. While the hurts are pain- accompany him and tends next :!
appreciated beyond our expectations. -
ful they are not serious, and the men Thursday to the mouth of the liver inquest i I ... \ ....".. .,.r. lebID

are around again. of the luscious bivalve. "We appreciate :i I II ][. E. Gillett mounted the untamed CONSTRUCTION WORK AND GENERAL REPAIRING .. ;;r. "': ', .
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Drothor'ac'klf>r's thoughtfulness i Elk: Wednesday night and was duly Telephone 15 Postoffice Box 928. ,... .: .. ,.
Mrs. Clara Chappell P.urnMdes left i I initiated into the Tampa I. dge. fir.I C.I.QRACB: cO"YPI.r "
and if we dots respond it's because ;' T
today for Ht. Louis to visit the Fair. can't. I I lillett made a ponderous but jKTse-
While there at 2 clock p. in.. October II I erring candidate and furnished thej I SANITARY PLUMBING,

3, in the art room of the Missouri j I lope with a lively !'ulJjf'It.-Tampa GAS AND STEAM FITTING I

bulIing! she will attend a reunion of Irs.ndrew J. Turner, aunt of Mrs. Tribune ELECTRIC WIRING I THE NEW

the Chappell. Dickie Garlington. Adams Xewadski, is a guest of her niece. 'ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
and kindred families from Virginia. DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON I

Each member of the clan will weara INSTANTANEOUS WATER HEATERS, BARRETT.
Robert of the Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
blue ribbon. Ferguson one prosperous I. WIND MILLS I ,

farmers of Berlin, was in the city Honey and Tar as a throat and lung WOODEN TANKS, tw tr?
John S. Heard when he stepped into Wednesday! and reported a splendid !remedy, and on account of the great STEEL TANKS

democratic headquarters in Xew York merit and popularity of Honey
corn crop. He said olt of less than Foley's GASOLINE
City the other day was mistaken for I ENGINES
an acre he gathered thirty-five j I and Tar many imitations are offered
William; J. Hryan, and a great rush bushj j 1 ACETYLENE GAS PLANTS
was made to grasp his hand and welcome els, and the remaining fifteen acres for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey GASOLINE LAUNCHES

him into the inner and Tar and refuse substitute,
circles beforehe will register as well. j any as STEEL ROW BOATS

.ould explain who he was. Mr. no other preparation will give the same
lieaid is making democratic speechesin I
W. M. liters was in the city Wednesday satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It
having just returned from his old ;, contains no opiates and is safest for

home in South Carolina. II* had a fine 'children! and delicate persons. Sold by -
Mr. C. U. Tydings. who has been investing -
in Texas ponies and Colorado time with his old friends. He will locate !>! the Postoftice Drugstore. I
canines, is so" delighted with their antics at Dunnellon and on Monday he I i j I. ,

that he will start a Tydings pony UNCLE SAM'S BIGGEST BOAT and licenses
and his partner )!r. Hogan, will CIlf'n! privilege occupational -
and donkey show. The first performance ,| The Carmichael and Son Co. keep h
up a bibulous fountain in the "Phos :!i are due on the first day of rt
was in front of his drugstore) yesterday ,i.; The battleship 'ntincrllrut wash constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
i! I A inalty is affixed for fails -
afternoon and drew big crowd. City. ,
a lnm 'd at the New York navy yardesterday. I supply every two days, delicious, pure,
The way his dog !Hdo sat the saddleof !. ;\' She will be the biggest\ and i s i i e tu secure licenses at this late. Licenses ,
I Georgia creamery butter, 23;; cents per t el
Miss Jennie Canary won applause.A Hon. M. V. n. VanNess of Citrus : h. .Iriest armed vessel in the l'nitelStates secured: thereafter does not re-
I pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
county was! in the oily Monday, having j navy.GIVEN li.-e one nf the penalty. !
gf'ntll'm.1Iwho is a good critif, I
just returned from U. iullk.. County Judge. I :
a trip In Seymour I +.
to date in
U11 theatricals was presentat I f UP TO DIE
the rehearsal of Sherlock Holmes Mo. \\horo.ho owns saute valuable I I 1I.! .. Carney, Tax Collector.A I SHEET MUSIC SALEAll

last night and said it was tine; that farm prn'rt1.tutiflll )-.
Anthony t'. Finzel was immense the n. Fpeigel I, 1204 X. Virginia St., Hvansville. our sheet music will beat
POWER FOR GOOD I IJlll 6, 7 and 10 cents until W. SMITH HARDWARE Aeents
recital of Miss Madge) Sims was superb Ind., writes: "For over five ,

while Albert Gerig and Emmet : teeth c all he had hy usingeither i'!j years I was troubled with kidney and I it is gone. Sale begins Sept. 22. I II ONLY OXE-DAMI'ER RESERVOIR STOVE. IT COOKS WITH LESS
Hobinson. with Kd P. 'ittmUI. were I'earl Tooth \Vtsh or Powder: .1'j The pills that are potent in their action -I
bladder: affection!' which caused me J OCALA MUSIC CO. WOOD IN' LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER STOVE. BEAUTIFUL,
::.V at the I'ustiiffii-e I j ,
simply out of sight. If you fail to go Irugstore.R. and pleasant in effect are DeWitt's ,
tonight :you will miss a good thing. -- -- - --. -- I 1 much pain and worry. I lost flesh and i| i, DURABLE AND RELIABLE.A .
I Little :Early Riseis. W. S. Philpot! of
was all run down and a had i
year ago
D. FULLER, I three'of ] Albany, Ga., says: "During a bilious I Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received
Tom WatMHi. to abandon :
the peoples party man. ; work entirely. I had FOR SALE-A place of 32 acres, I
broke down immediately after the delivery I. attack I took one. Small as it was it WE CARRY Fall Line of GENERAL HARDWARE
the best physicians who did me no 1! mostly under fence, with good twostory a
{ I
of his address at Jackson. Miss.. DENTISTII did me more good than calomel, blue I
Wednesday He is now resting at Birmingham I' son] and I was practically! given up to i mass of any other pill I ever took and house, four fireplaces, and good stay !

which his physician says is Office over Munroe & Chambliss" :'die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended I ,Ie; half mile south of Anthony. Will i
i I : at the same: time the effect was pleas- r .- nA
absolutely necessary for several weeks. Dank Ocala Hoi Ida. i! and the first" bottle gtme 1 be sold at a bargain. Good reason for '
ant. Little Early Risers are certainlyan ,
great relief. and after taking th<> second ,
- i i Celling. Inquire of the Star. ;
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The frosts of last week damaged) the II I j bottle I was entirely cured." Sold I ideal pill- Sold 1 by V>'m- AnJer- <. I II

tobacco in I. mcaster Pa., J. E. CHACE t I
crop : county I In son. |I
by the Postoffice Drugstore.
to the extent of $1.000.000.There W.\XTfD-Qulckl, few persons torepresent PARIAN PAINTHas

I I I I long established wholesale I'I'I
is a revolt in the republican i. .-\'. Thus T. Norsworthy. the noted 1 STOCK FOR SALE 'j house among retail! merchants and
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'-vinsfeiist.h bats been ol..ingu'h
party in Lancaster county Pa. against Office upstairs. Commercial Bank .. j asrents. Local territory of rew coun-
the machine I "f.; tit.spiritual work in this! and I : has a' j i
of :Pummerfield
methods of the dealers.and M.yo
DlIiI. :m?, f\ llt] Fo: !1<1a.. ; '...'hb, "tillg .'untie*, tiiieiis ;a 1Ui"f" >ting j tie!'. J1S salary and expenses paid Been Used SuccessfullyBY
an independent republican I 'l lt pair of Urge mules that he wants to'' I
A'.thin.x: Sun-lav. weekly. Expense: aivanced.
ticket has been put in the field TERMS CASH money :
I sell or trade. for smaller pair; also a I
__ i, Commission extra. Permanent engage-
CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE j rood buggy and saddle horse and pony THOUSANDS.
J. V. Long of ;tarkl'. who is ;.s.'ju-! i :i rr.ent. Business successful. Previous i

taut under Major Mathews of the thii: i ; I fur sale, right. ,;I!: experi-nce not oE-ntia1.! : Enclose selfj j I

battalion is in the city today Lieutenant I THE FAIR Oo.; A. herman Lisbon. Red Mills, J I',1: addressed;:! envelope. Address, Superintendent i Heir Experience[ is nn Objeci lesson.STERNBERGER

Long in the is one of the most pi.puiaiofficers i Lawrence Co.. X. C. writes: "I had F'-r .t. :: f.t us-'? r..f Florida
regiments. I ,. '
,II I !k.: ]hiy disease for many years and hadi p\\!-;. SMi, : \ \ th. l'tuiiiW.W.Caman&Co.vrui-, Chicago.
I for elve ,.t. :".
i n treated by physicians tw j ,
Mr. E. L. Stafford and wife who
grove owners and winter residents of Honey in J-gal. cans, $1. Yc'1had! : taken a well known kidney ,' -- - NEGLECTED COLDS

S.uth Luke Weir and who have a summer Bottled, J5c..2J "-,>j.cine and other remedies that were I' & PHILLIPS

home at Ocean Grove. X. J. passed 'nnrnenJe-j} but pot no relief until Igan ; Every part: of the
mucous membrane j
through Ocala this aftern.H.n ..n' Ibs. good Rice for $ J. l, Kidney Cure. The jI I
? taking ,
their return the noe, throat, ears( head, lungs, etc.. I
South. Mr. S. *aid th- You will f.nJ well selected stock of OCALA FLA.
first half tone! relieved me and four i a :
summer was a cool one Xorth Thereturned > ; A fresh stock of Fancy !I are subjected to disease and blight j , have cured of this! terrible: groceries at !;
via the Clyde Line and h.i'l me 'from neglected col3s.! Ballard's HoreI -
a very placid Crackers. tic-.i5e. Before I began taking Foley's !j 11
journey : & CO'S. j hound
I iThe i I CARMAN I Syrup is a pleasant and effective .

Best Creamery Butter 25c Ifa Kidney: Cure I had to make water !j! remedy, 23c.;; ;;Oc., and Jl. W Aken- I j .- -----

coronor's jury is still at work ab-ut every fifteen minutes day and : on North Main: St.. north of city mar-: 'V'V'Nv V.,..,...."...... .... _
Brick Valley Mills Texas,
on the I In. writes May .
and Jailor Tillery Smith case institute Constable! Hutson I, A quick delivery when you .-ht. and passed a brick-dust ubI I ket. 31, 1301: "I have uses Ballard's: Horehound I I t Xl WHITE'S CREAM

which showed the body mvestisrations. had l 1"11- want anything for dinner. !:';Tie: and sometimes a slimy subace. Specialties j!i I Syrup for coughs and throat I I V ORMSvriFuqE! !
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dragged from = .. I believe I would have died !If '
the i
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R. .
p. depot FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ; troubles! ; it is a pleasant l and most effective : )icatla sty:,: Be4iaQu.atl.www
to the rear of the Teapot : I had not taken Folej-'s Kidney Cure. : -
barn. Stains of blood were visible grucery,tnji i CALL PHONE NO. 110. ?od! by the PostoSice Drugstore. CHICKENS AND EGGS remedy." .Soil by the AntiMonopoly :! For 20 Years Has Led all Worm R2medi s. ESPY G

It is now believed the man was shot. I Drugstore.J. :
and BCZsD 22V ALL DR.' : : .
Remember the place rest assured
as parties living in a cottage near-by HALL & RAYSOR 1! I -..4#. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.
aid they heard two shots Saturday'l 1.\<:st novelties in Ladies' Fall andntt'r we will treat you right M. Young. a prominent attorney of vvtnnwnwvv..a.w..wwwFor ,

nIght. Proprietors. I \\: Skirts at Rheinauer's.: \\ \V. C.\r. Lco.. 1 Inverness, was in the city today. Sale by the Anti-Monopoly and all Other FVst-Clasa: Drugstore ..,


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Volume tO, Number 92 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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I of the Preliminary Trial of the Seven Members of the City Council Ar- !

I Baker County Feudists-The Four < rested on the Charge of i AT THE CITY MARKETI

Will be Tried in Georgia FALL HATS i Accepting BribesKuffdlu. i
New Goods to the
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; I X. -., .5_:..p t. _'fl".-Seven: members I

I (Jacksonville! Metropolis. :?:tht.1' : 'if the board of aldermen or previous ,

I I The Baker county prisoners charged members were arraigned before I Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers

Seal Codfish in ThreePoundBoxes I with the murder of Deputy tih.: -riff Justice Kent-lick yesterday, charged
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i j Thrift, with the exception of four. were Beauties. Come and See the with bribery. They are: Henry Moest,
j are J. Thomas Harp and Orrin 1-'. Pierce
held by County Judge Berry at Macrlenny -
I who are at present aldermen: and Ed- WESTERN AND CHOICE FLOUR MEATS :
Fat Salt Mackerel, Dutch Herring and i, :yesterday, but the accused Wfort- Latest Styles. ward C. Ueiser. Louis G. Roedel. Henry .

Bloaters prompt lit giving bail and were set at I (I. Sthnride and John G. Busch I
libei former aldermen. The arrests is the I
ty.Thf i
men whom the evidence could result of a lively campaign against I
Scarlet Lobsters and Brownie
Royal jdinghiih! has been conducted
not convict were liiley Ilhoden, Ciny: .
Salmon lately. The arrests have created aprufuu1I I FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
Rhoden, Willie Dowling and I'alvan sensation, as some of the arrested

Dowlin8 soon as they were dischaiged. I W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY men have hitherto stood high 1
upon the motion of St.ite's in business l and social circles. More

I Attorney Ben I' <<<'alhullnilI1u..1! T 1: .Ii i',-sIs are expected to follow and it

Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and I Sh.tylur.: of Walker and Sh.iylor. as I looks like it \\ill be another St. Louis
their filed !in ih- <-n affair.
attorneys jiai-r.s
Shelled Almonds i-uit clerk's office at Macclennx. .bringing IT IS NOW TIMEFor

suit against \\". M.; for A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, Prunes and false arrest and imprisonment. Th- I
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Raisins I d.unage It was asked aliout in noon each)case esti'rday11"11 is t1 049u. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT i iI I MISS SHARPE'S KINDERGARTEN i A. S. Jennesse 9201:! Butler St. Chicago I Everyone to Lay Out Plans for Fall

Judge Beiry decided! to hold JSSI11- writes: "I am a switchman and ,
CAPC COD CRANBERRIES n.aii.; 'h.irlie Johns and Lonnie I>',\\'- I I AND PREPARATORY SCHOOLWill am out in all kinds of weather. I tooka i Activity We Offer our Assistance to
I lilil ill the sum of ST.'iO:; bail each. for Adopted by the M. E. Sunday School in i
open the first Monday: in October, cold which settled in my kidneys andI
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.ttriiiptin to murder w. M. I>uman.implicated
-For H.le At- I I Ilh"IS in this attempt and'l '' Memory of Little Bennie Hendry. at he school rooms 133:; North Second was In bad shape. I tried several advertised All the Hustlers.

th"ir bail fixed at $:o') each were 11 ht*-as. < :rod in his :ill-uis.> l pruvideme. street. For particulars address Miss remedies with no benefit untilI

TEAPOT &RGGERYPUREMILK \ '.1t.1I'1.ltmall.I Hardy Altman Aaron has tolled unto him .'lf littlfItennie Annie M. :Sharpe, corner Fourth and was recommended !o try Foley's Kidney -
l owlni;;'. \\'. II. Dowlufi.Il.trdyJohns! .l\iUNROE'\ & CHAXBLISS

: the six rt>:taJ' old son of nlJ. :'\". Lime streets, Ocala. Fla. Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle curedme.
| ieoisre Johns. John Id.Inrlre: \\
-- -- -- /1.1111"awl Iver Harney.j A. J ft' wife ire as teachers I ." Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.
I. I
j, Whenourt convened in the afterh"oh : : in the :'1. L:. Sunday school of Ocala, I
the trial of the prisoners; for themurder Bankers.
of Deputy Sheriff Thrift on thelllrfht
That we have lost one of our hrixhtcst -
of September 1", was taken up.Tlie All our sheet music will besold I
and faithful of the I State Committee Meets to Consider His OcalaFlorida
;.iitoriieyx for the prosecution and most pupils primary at 6, 7 and 10 tents untilit
,ief| <"- ]held conference when it da Although miss Case in Jacksonville TomorrowThe
Pure Milk and Creamare < n.: a was.igned !; wee sadly .
is gone. Sale begins Sept. :!'
I to hold the prisoners' under bond him \\f know that he is saf'ith the state democratic executive committee -- --- .
the greatestof I of Slum eachhith in each case was OCALA MUSIC CO.
among ther two little classmates who so re- will meet iu this city Saturday
| furni: table delicacies. Theyare I h.nsre were II il1tr1Iman.. Jesse .\ItI t-ntly preceded him "ovt-r there" His morning to consider the Hollotvay matter ,

both PURE and |I man. l'h.1rl..sltman.. \\.. Hardy Alt- (place can never lie filled and white : and also to select a. presidential LUMBERROUGH

RICH I 1111,111. George: Johns. (arley Johns, Hardy Ood's ways are past our understanding, TO THE WORLD'S FAIR elector to fill the vacancy caused by
WHOLESOME if suppliedby i ,I J.hlls.'m.. H. l'I'ling.amn the resignation of J. C. B. Koonce.
I howling Lonnie Dowling. Bartow yet xx e kii'ixv he duelh all things xvt11.Ve AT ST. LOUIS The most interest centers in the Holloway i

I'H-WS. Benny ('retvs..An'h'ew H.irney.Ixer \ recosniize that we have anothertie affair, and an effort will be
II' Barnp)'. Jesse .II'JI. John Eddy drawing us l1..a\,<'I1\\&r.1. whre.. Tickets at low rates now on sale. made to declare another man and take

THE HERMITAGE DAIRY i aiid Luther Keene.As ,' folded in t Shepherd's aims, the For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay, Hollow). off the ticket. OR DRESSEDSee

soon as Hilliary[ Altman, Charles S. n. I'. A., M. & O. U. R., Montgomery rrom every section of Florida the
GEt R T\' .ER: Prop I Altman and Iver lIarll"r gave the I lambs are safe at rest. Ala. reports show that hundreds of democrats -
ImiKls required of them. Sheriff Hern- W> extt-nd t<. the hrnkon-h"sil''tidpaifiits. are not going to support Mr. Hollow or Phone
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lon again took them in l'U'tll.I.n a brothers and friends our III'e.tIl.1 ay. Prominent democrats all over .
charge of murdeiini Jackson Duncan CALENDARSThis the state who supported} Mr. Holloway
: sympathy.V would blend our
.in*! Jim fliley on th" excursion train in the piiinaiies now IJIiI'him! guilty B. H. SEYMOUR
I teais with theirs and join our prayers office has a nice line of 1905 the ma/le t anddeilare
charges him
WATCHESAnd j from Augustine to Baxter on September I"f
Y i, 11. ;and fur assault with intent that nol will loP graciously near to calendars, which we will be pleased to I that they can and will not support -

j to murder committed on Marshall ))UIII !bless and comfort them all along life's show to anyone desiring to purchase. him. PHONE;: NO. 25. Ocala, Fla,

REPAIRSGO | -an at the same time awl place.j !: journey until we meet where there The principal question tomorrow will I I II
j The men are being held by orders oftfie i I lilt' whether or not the state committee
shalln- no more death and ''\\ht'lt' sorrow -
has the to
j i goveinor of riorid.t upon the re- I power remove Mr. Hollo-
i i Muisition of the governor of Georgia. and) siKhiiiK shall Ilee anal:' way. Hon. \V. L. Palmer VC. J. Bryan -

I= C. B. WEIHETi1 and other leading democrats, who.
coiding to allegation! of the slierIT "Oh how sweet it will l i of Carlton county, fa.I : O.K. heretofore, have been very friendly tolIullowa
e Jeweler, I Hillary and Charlie Altman and Iver land. -. declare that so far as party

---------- I !n.iniey were brought to Jacksonville! So free from all sorrow and pain. matters are concerned, leading newspapers At the City Market

j! under guard of the Jacksonville! Billes, With songs on our lips and with harps throughout the state that supported -
'old carried i to the uval county jail.They : Holloway in the primaries are

HANDSOME STOCK ;I.I will be turned and their over to trial the for Georauthorities the- '', To meet our one hands another again" I Grocery now The"PI'illhill1.School Exponent. which is edited Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable

-OF- muid"i- nn the train will take place in' Itesolved. That a copy of these resolutions by Prof. T .1"'. McP.eath. has come out
plainly, in denunciation of in Season
i KoikMi-ll. be placed on the minutes of I Holloway.Jacksonville i
It is thought that no more outbreaks Metropolis, 20th.
I our Sunday school a copy' be sent to I i
ALL & VIIIiTER \\ ill take place in Baker county as the Lemons

!!.-.-ult. of the Duncan-Altinan feud, be- the Ploriila C'hriJ'tialiI'Ilt'ah'. a copyhe FROM 148 TO 82 POUNDSOne City and Country Trade Solicited

''.111:<. the arrest of the men implicated l published in our daily papers :and acopy

PIECE GOODS. ; in two murders awl the presence of the be sent to the bereaved family. .
11 oops have had a good effect on most : Mrs. \\'. H. I'huk, Lemons of the most remarkable cases of Free Delivery Phone t 2 t.
of those inclined to disregard the law. a cold!, deep-seated on the lungs, caus-
I II Mrs. M. M. Little. ______ u_ __ --_
The ability of the g-h'e'
prisoners to ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Ger-
I have now in the handsomest and the bond required shows that they have Mis. W. \\'. riyatt.
I trude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who was
most up-to-date line of Piece; Goods for friends and relatives in Baker; county i; f"mnmittl'p. Lemons.
who al t'1\ fixed fillandlllTIlt' !' entirely cured by the use of One Minute A E. BURNETTTIlE
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall ) (tcala.Zepb-nll"-r 2S, 11fll.!
i! Duncans in spite of the murder Cough Cure. She says: "The I
and Winter Wear, that has ever been
of J.i kson and the wounding ,, I coughing and straining so weakened i ii
offered in Ocala. Call early, see the ..r I \\'. M. Duiu.m. Marshall: : Duncan and LAND FCR SALE I TEN CENTS A DOZENAT i ii
i me that I ra ndown in weight from 14S
Goods and Styles, and make your selec John Duncan and also the killing of :' JEWELERFINE
tion. Many years of experience. Ev their employ, the negro, IJiley. declare I THE- I to 92 pounds. I tried a number of'
that they intend to remain: at Baxter The follosTillrdnpt9lits! / art 1I..n.1itl remedies to no avail until I used One'
of work guaranteed, and the I
ery where they own much valuable prop bargains :dill will not I be Ions mi the Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of
Prices are in keeping with the Goods. erty. They declare that they will not market at the pri.-es. Owner lives in
I : this wonderful remedy cured me entirely -
II I be driver away by threats violence.. WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
Jerry Burnett Miami and wishes to concentrate his O.K.Grocery of the cough, strengthened my ,

I TRAGEDY AVERTED"Just interests'rlte at once to <*. t'. Ilungs and restored me to my normal

Merchant Tailor. I 4'ar'ioll.. ).1iuu: !. Ha. I weight, health and strength." Sold by JEWELRY

1 in the No. i.-Lot No. ;::':;. Smith and Dougherty's Wm. Anderson.
nick of time our little I
addition Ot'ala.'I'ner of
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins -

J. B. WILLIAMS i I of Pleasant City Ohio. "Pneu1 Washington and Franklin streets; s I LIQUOR IN A DRY COUNTY HNDOPTICAL -

blocks northeast of court house. Size I
1 monia had
played sad havoc: with him .
CARPENTER MID BUILDER There may be no Mind lifTers inSplines high
IIf lot louxlsS: feet. l ruJ4i>
and. a terrible cough set in besides. j !but liquor i is about! as muih
Offers his ivi ices to the people of I, Doctors treated him but he grew worse No. :2.-Tell acres. The sw >4 <-f the CLARK BROS MGRS. I evidence:' as though we had the opensaloon. : GOODS

Ocala and xinnny for work in his line. every day. At length we tried Dr. el4
King's New for "\ situated about one mile northwest ofrnul't but it seems that the dry county system -
If reeonnnon-I.uinns; and good work Discovery Consumption -
i is creating a new lot of drunkards -
Phone J74.
(count then 1 feel capable to make estimates ', and our darling was saved. lIe house. Price. $1'l1i. I such as young toys and grown I

anti early them to a successful is now sound and well." Everybody No. Thirty-two :lore=. Ifrginning men who. during the life of the open I

issue. J. D. Williams.Xo. i ought to know it's the only sure cure at the se: cur of n..1,& of set! 4 of sec 33, NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY !; saloon abstained! from the api' ...arance REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

for Coughs, Colds and all tp 14. p. r 22 e, and thence w thereof are now slaves; to the infernal t
13S.: S. :2nd! St.. Ocala. Flat.VHITE'S Lung diseases. I I
1: Guaranteed 2'U>3 chs. thence n 17.11 cps thence ei:4) cup of intemi-eranoe.: and the circumstances -
-- by the AntiMonopoly -- -- -- Merchants Block.
----- --- under whkh these quills are I
chs.' thf'w.tIl'hs.: thence e 32'jchs. :! I I
Drugstore. Price 50c. and $1. worked seem to be no less complicated! OCALA FLORIDA
Trial bottles free. thence s ::.161.. ths. thence e 6.32'chs. :: V. B. POTTSCONTRACTING than the Jjn'esal"ollHigh Spring"i I
thence s 13.17 ths to point of beginning I i Hoi'net. i -- -- _
Cream Vermifuge I .


THE GOiRlNIEEDREMEDY No. 4.- A houseof seven rooms, six Carpentering and I i

Maxwell\ Saunders the young man lut.. -Iuxlll feet each; lots 6. 7.; s. ;2";::, "'. II. Harrison, of Cleveland, Miss-
N -h-.t .it Maitland. Kla.. General Repairing !
a by Queen-
5a \VOR ::4. 2."i:; of block No. 11.: situated in Silver !- writes IZ;;, 1S02: "I want to Fay a word
\ y Hill of this city was not seriously: I
a ui'im.ied.! both shots taking effect in his Spring Park. The lumber in this Satisfaction Guaranteed of praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. LIVERYMEN

:: in Miss Hill tired three times at house' is worth far more than is askt-ii Address I I stepped on a nail, which caused the

Saundeis! as slim as! he alighted from for the property. Pi !k... $1110. cords in my leg to contract and an abscess -
tlii- train at Maitland. The real cause BOX 691 OCALA, FLA ; '
I to rise in my knee, and the doc-
1 nf the shooting i is not known, but it is --- Fine and Traps
I would have stiff Carriages Buggies
said MEDICINES tor told me a leg so
by some of her friends in this EMERGENCY
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. citx. that Saunders had engaged: him- I one day I went to J. F. Lord's drugstorewho Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
THE GENUINE. PRCPAMED' ONLY BY < -lf to marry the t'l'ettI"'hool teacher It is convenience to have ( is now in Denver, Colo.). He recommended -
a great

Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. .md The had information jilted her. reach this oit:>!>- hand reliable rem li",s fuse in cases atl I j l I OCALA a bottle of Snow Liniment.I FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES

erg Louie MO. 1..lathat; Mr. Saunders will not pretVr of accident and for slight injuries and got a 50c.; size and it cured: my leg. It ,

Sold by the AII"- lnnnp.'ly Drupator' :., Charges against the: girl. and she ailments. A good liniment and one I is the best liniment in the world."

----- ----- --------- -- will likely be released this afternoon. that is fast becoming a favorite if nota I WAGON WORKS ABSCESSES:; with few exceptions, ': Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses

L.ALEXAXDER He declines to say why the girl shot household necessity is Chamberlain's are Indicative of constipation or debil Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

him.Miss Hill expressed herself: as sorry Pain Balm. By applying it promptly' )i! The only device that does the work ity. They may however, result from
Practical that she did not kill him. that she, left blows or from foreign bodies Introduced -
to a cut bruise or burn it alloys the right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala. CO.J.
J.i- ksonville mi last Tuesday for thatPurpose.Metrololis.:9tht. t into the skinr f.esh, such assplinters J. R. MARTIN & .
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful : pain and causes the injury to heal !in ; The most complete Wagon, Buggy and
thorns, etc. Ballard's Snow
about one-third the time usually!! required -i Carriage building repairing and painting ,

estinriUs\ made on all contract MORE RIOTS and as it is an antiseptic its I in Central Florida. All kinds of Liniment is soil in Ocala by the AntiMonopoly M. JiEFi' ERT. J. H. TA\'LOR.

work. Gives im: >!'*' and better: \\orkfor > prevents any danger of blood poison-! j Biacksmithing done. DrugstoreHEADQUARTERS

the money than any other in town. j ing. When Pain Balm is kept at hand '

-- Disturbances of strikers are not be treatel before inSammation i 1 W. F. McATEER FOR : .
----- a sprain may ,
nearly! as grave as an individual disorder i Ice & Co
a'1' SUPPLIES Ocala
SCHOOL Packing
sets in. which insures
I. A. Colyer Bros of the system. Overwork, loss of Proprietor.Opposite .
sleep nervous tension will be followedby quick recovery. For sale: by: all drug- ,,

gists. Lest Ir.k. per bottle . . . .JcSIsi .
Merchant Tailors, utter collapse unless a reliable remedy I Ii City Hall P. O. Box 374 P..ndlI in box . . .IoP.
is immediately employed. There's i I Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
Have in stock one of the finest assortments nothing efficient WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL i iI 4 -*t Hubb-r-Tippp-1 Lead Pencil..lo

L of suitings for holiday suit the Liver so and Kidneys to cure as Electric disorders Bit of RATES TO ST. LOUISOn I H. R. HUNTERand S<.h'.ul! :'ray in. ulored, p rr box ing plant in this section, and as a result, are

ever presented to the Ocala public ters. It's a wonderful tonic and effective !each Tuosiay in S::, tenLr.: 19':'!. \ .'ray..n. :gross; in box . .S turning out the Furest, hardest and cheapest ice.

Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning. nervine and the greatest all round tickets at special! low round trip rat'ilI "? ..-'. GUN . 1-trz'-: TttJf' or pt-ncil.c.:;
. . ..4e.Bia'kboard
i Dk Rulers_ . . -
and ,
dyeing repairing neatly done. Fall f medicine for run down systems. It \\ be sold via the Mobile anJ Ohio t Phone No. 34.
Erasers . ... . .3c.;
I and winter suiting to liking dispels Nervousness,
your : Rheumatism andI Railroad to St. Louis from Montgomery -
. ;&".
; dozen.
Best suits for the money in town. Inspection Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. and other points in the :South: and Best! Pn Points. per -
I : LOCKSMITH Lunch Boxes . . .. .... ..c.
solicited. No. 3, North Main: l'Only 50s., and satisfaction guaranteedby East. Apply to Mr. P. S. Hay, S. E. I WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS

SU two doors north of Ocala House. the Anti-Monoroly Drugstore. ( P. .\.. M. &: O. It H., Montgomery Ala.I Repairing a Specialty. I The Ocala Bazar; Gadson. I,

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Itching :1
'" Grand Millinery Opening .
BY )lan1ar Way In Which an English DEPARTMENT
Murderer Was DI.roH.'rrd. I -of the- I I .z.-: .. _
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In the London 1irrur of Literature I World's Fair Route. ':- .
ROYAL FOOT WASH for June, 1M-, there L; an account otI BROADWAYMILLINERY R eVe J. Eo A. K ce I er Editor .,]--"J.r.'-.; :, ': .

dream that was remarkable in many

ODORS OF PERSPIRATION FROM FEET, ARM PITS, ETC., I respects. It i i. gi\"t'n upou the amllOr-, STORE THE IC you want to have -
REMOVES I Ity of a clergyman of the Church ufI I I II BEST liNE TO ST. LOUIS. a swell lime gj ,

AT ONCE. STOPS CHAFING. I England the Rev. \ldaIlJer.. wh.) I Begins Thursday, Sept. 29, to the OdJ Fellows' hail Monday night .

2e.;; at Anti- onopoly Drugstore 0 r postpaid from Eaton Drug Company, ;I speaks of from the fads.Irsunal It aper knowledge: that uf&ome a I II 1904. I Ir Superb Dining Car Service.STOP.OVERS Don't forget the entertainment at '.ClIrs.
Marie Ruth's
next Tuesday nrght ,
Atlanta Ga.Money II young man of gurJtl reputatiun. uame.1Horrucks Wait for the roathvay Millinery

back it not satisfle1. Write for samples.Mr. was fuu, rubbe1 awl murderetL r I GOING AND RETURNING: AT ATLANTA, KNOXVILLe,
store's grand fall and winter opening Standard
I lodge. No. 1. F. A. M. dn
:1. A. Addleburg Riceville Tenn., says: " Foot Wash gives en- lib Lead bail been beaten in of the latest creati"ns in Ladies anJ I lOUISVILLE, ASHEVILLE, AND PRINCIPAL meet tonight at the hall. AU members -'

tire satisfaction and does all that Is claimed for it." apparently with blu,1glc'Ou; A vigilant urged to attend.
Ro3. -to-"-ear and Dress RESORTS.
search was made fur tile assassin aullJ

J after several months aIJ1I11cllJue., no Hats, and High Art Millinery goods. I Wildwood camp meeting is the pass

j clew to the crime having 1\\"n dieovereti. The buyer Is now in New York City I Iramsa.klng See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the world). Famous BlueGrass worJ. Rates over the S. A. L., commendng -

One night a gentleman who hailbe'n the great millinery districts Region. Lexington and Louis\"ilIe. October 6.

RESTAURANT< -- I well acquainted with lIorrockii for this occasion. On our opening: date I Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Cla's!: Day Coaches. Through PuU- There will be an t'ntertalnment at

awoke anJ told his wife that Le hail man Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to St. Louis.
will have exhibition
we on over CIne I .Irs. W. L. Jones on Tuesday Right .
had a dream in which he hall 1)'l'u: asured Folders, rates, et pon
I hundred designs and patterns in WaIkI I for the benefit or the K. of P.
First Class Meals I that one Samuel Lougsniith; of I I ing and Re-aJy-to-.ear Hats. the larg'St i C. L1EK Dist. Pass. Agt.. 108 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.

Bolton was the murderer. There will bt a grand entertainment :.
I I..ongsmith lived :;ome twenty milliI I ( and grandest assortment ever I at :Mrs. W. L Jones' on Tuesday night ,.;

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES I away and was a person whom the shown in Ocala by any millinery dealer. in the interest of the K. of P.

I dreamer had met but once or tW l.e.I : We invite your ir.sppction.L. I L :----w-' ._ ".-- : -1-T: -. -- ,

HIs wife told him to think no more M. Quarterman I Monday night there will be the
I cream or entertainments at the OddFt1lows' "
Delicious Hot about it. but to go to sltp. A second .
Soup Daily I Manager Millinery Department.Lowest
I hall. Be Sure and go. \
I time be awoke from tile effects of the I I CHEAPER THAN EVER

same dream and announced hii: resuI I !I Tuesday night there will be a grand

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal lution to take steps the following moru I Kind of RatesCALIFORNIA entertainment at lIrs. Marie Ruth'.

attention given to special orders, anything tug to it'e what could COllie uf it. Accordiugly i i COLONIST RATES in the interest of St. James Episcopalchurch.

he went to Bulton the next Admission 5c.Rev. .
the market offers prepared for the table on ,

short notice. day and sought a warrant for the ar'lre.t I September 15th to October 15th Lunnon Roper of Santos the
ot Lontuith. The magistrate, father or the Florida Conference of the

however refused to grunt it upon such I -A\D- I TO ARIZONA, I 1L E. ehureh. passed to the better land

e\"IJenc l'assing through the market yesterday at 12 o'clock. He will be
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar I CALIFORNIA,
place, he met Long-smltli and invited buried toJa '.

hIm to go to a llUlJlic house to hear NORTHWESTFrom I OREGON, WASHINGTON,
Skilled Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands I something be had to communicate to I and the GREAT NORTHWEST A. W.. Walker the world championshaver

Special Price to Regular Boarders 'I blm. There, lucking the door. lJe Sept. 15 to Ode 15, : and hair cutter. Shaving lOe.:

I charged him with the riml' Long- 904. I Via the hair ('ut. :!5c.; honing razor. :!5c.: concave -

i smith was staggered and faintly e.1 I II razor, .;5c.; Work done up to date.

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO nied the accusation. In his confusion Cheap one way an.1 round trip tick- I Gh.e him a 'all. No. 115 N. Magnolia
I he said be Innocent for Le tliJ I III :
was ets on various dates to Texa Okla- St., next S. A. L.'L. .
not strike the blo\v. ,
At McGrath's Stand II "Then "f'tm know the man who did." homa.ew Mexico and Indian Terntory. I Very low rate tickets will be soM from all IlOints to California, Green, the tonsorial artist and
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--- -- -- -- -- -.----. --- -- ------- replied the accuser, and Longsmith I Through tickets from aU points. j Arizona Idaho. Montana. Oregon Washington and the Northwest lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

was arrested! and exaiiiiiieii. lie prevuricatetl -I 'rite to J. P. Yan RensieIar, generaal daily, September lith:: to October lith:: inclusive. Liberal arrange- and sweet and my hair-cut Is the best.I .

at the examination: awl was agent Southern Pacific and 1nion'I I ments have been made for side trips en route at very low rates. have two of the finest chairs that turne'el"

remanded for three lIai. \t the wll Pacific Railroad Companies!". 13 Peach- !
Stop-overs will also be allowed in California and the \orthwest. Razors in all
) way. fixed styles.
Atlantic Coast Line of that time awl after many bouril' i iI tree St.. Atlanta Ga. i iI Write for detailed information. Xo change of cars via the MIssouri Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
I prayer he confessed that be had beiI I .
I I'acific.Tourist .
next to A. Smith.So
induCed! to join three men in a rolibiu! ; I I
i Sleeping Car every day. St. Louis to San Francisco with-
expedition, when, meeting! lIurrulki,
who matII' sonic rcistance. hi,; tllfl't SEABOARDAIR i out change. many people are being carried
before the courts and on to Jail until
companions murdered him. confessioii
it is
MISSOURI bel'uming alarmivg. Where are
I came out before the grand jury, I LINE RAILWAY I Trav. Pass. Agt.. I' Wt drifting. and what will become of

and Long'slUith was brought to trial. : I PACIFIC Xo. 3t West Ninth St., us at this rate! Theft. murder, lewd-

First class excursion rates to St. Louis The tact of the dream was not otreJ'elll I Special Rates RAILWAY. Chattanooga Tenn. I floss, ('[e.. are the evils that confront
] in evidence, but other testimony uf&ient -' I us.
5.55-ST.. lOUIS, MO.. and RETURN. ,
to convict him protluct : I .' ..., -- .-- A
wag -.;- ; .r : : .J.-: :: : : --:: : _
and Return Tickets on sale daily beginning } pril I .The Ocala Assembly No. 119. RoyalRent.tit
: A few dais before the execution bl I ;
Society, meets at Masonic hall
made a full acknowledgment of hIs 25; limited to December 15. returning. I ---

$45.55 final return limit Dee J 5 guilt 38ST. LOUIs, MO., AND RETURN II I II I on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
I All members are urged to be present
I Tickets on sale daily beginning April i Florida East Coast
POETRY OF THE HEART.A I Ry.I to pay their dues and attend to other
$38 final return limit, sixty days I date 25; limited of sale.31.5EURElCA. returning CO days from I I matters that will come before the meet-

happy heart 1.s better than Ii full i I LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904. i ing. 13y order of the speaker-elect.
$30.55 final return limit, I 15 days purse. i $ SPRINGS ARK.. and i I

lIe who hath most heart knows most return. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand IOUTHBOCNREAD: DOW NORTHBOUNB-IlUD UP.No.95 Look out for the big entertainment

Special ten day coach excursions at of sorrow.. I Saturdays; limited GO days.i at the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday
very N;). i r I
A cheerful countenance betokens a i $2S.55-HOT SPRI'SGS, ARK., and re- I, 1>&Ul. Dlllll. STATIONS I D&1ly. DAHy. night October 3. There will be a. cake

low rates good Lenrt.Xo I turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays .,..c !1'17 afLy.J ..................... Ja.eKeon"Ule ............ .. ..... .Al aCSpi ii..a f to walk and pie eating contest, and< we
estate can make him rich that bas I i S 41a:........... ...............80 J&ck.JonYllle ......................Ly 8 12a S ep will have three boys to dive in a. tub or
I I and Saturdays. Limited CO days. : U i 1J! 55 .. ......................... .2'' fII. 5 OJ p
Through sleepers from JacksonviUe to St. Louis via Montgomery and a poor lJeart. i Cl i 11 Xl a .............................. 1l ................................ II ftiI & a Ot p syrup for a dollar. Refreshments or
Louisville and Nashville R. R. and "Dixie" route. When you open your heart Le always j SUMMEIt TOURIST TICKETS to the : !J 1l.JIIo,..... .....................L. ?S1n&: a............... ......... ....... &4. j Upy nil kinds wIll be served. Admission,

For further Information see F. J. Huber. Agent. Ocala. ready to shut it to again. principal resorts on sale daily, with : 131 pAr! ...........................Pa.1a'ka.............. ....,........ 1113& t 15 p I 10s. I. Tompkins.
The beart's testimony is strong I extreme limit October 31. 190t.I .; I .:1 11 ISeL.... ........................ & _.......................... 7 Qa manager.
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,_ : than a thousand witnesses.A ---- ------ ---- I3.3 a t.3 jAr I ..........................San ).tateo ..........................Lv I........ 6001// -- S
-c--'""'= ;;:", -- ---- -- I I _,... .. II Clu.tty ................ ....SauYateo......................... Ar 2' f a WORKING OVERTIME
I glad heart seldom sighs but a sorrowful I
mouth often laughs. Georgia Southern I etjiiTz.y' I .......................... Neor, ............................iV 5 ari"n laws
J I I ca :9 p ..............................Bunll.Us............................. G 4C (0 a" p I Eight-hour are Ignore< by
The heart is the hIdden treasure ot 17 t2 Up ................... ..........Dupont. ................ ............... :; a o p those tireless little workers-Dr. Kine'
the is the to thetreasure. U i 11 P,............................Orllload .............................. fi .07 a S ca p I
MAr LESS LAND man; tongue gate I & Florida Ry I ea 1 t.? p............. .................P41tllna...................... ........., 4 Ma I P New Life Pills. Millions are always at
I V 1 Z3 p... ...........................P'ort .: 3p I
I I eo Th t :: ............................w a :0 p work night and day, curing Indiges- ,
There never was n heart truly great "Suwanee River Route." 1t I I 1)1.. ......... ..................Oak. t s. f up I eon, Biliousness Constipation, Sick
and gt'lwrous that was nut also tender I o Cpj i a 139 ............................. : 12a i 1311131pt
FOR LANDLESS MANI 11 a QP''.......... ................... Orange..4 Headache and all Stomach, Liver and
and compassionate.-Chicago l'ulit. jI Flyer Quick I U 414 a tJ p:..................:.......... s' a 128. .
Step I 1I,5 al 4 C i ...................... ..Lan 'a 13 ccI I Bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, sate, .
1 _. ..... .. ...... aJ t II Pl.............................. ..2 U. 111\1.\ sure. Only 25c., at the Anti-Monopoly
And for l'olotlnK the ".uT. I II 1 Oil&! ft .............................&, \ & iioaJ og.
him "hose UTf'age is limited because he cultivates a Some years ago au English; tra\"Cllt Lv. l'alatka.......... ... r.O) pm': I:. II m 'I S i P//....................... .......81. LucIe............................... 1203a 10 s Drugstore.
t'eJ Carm. I Lv..lacks..nvill ........' j 5'III' DI j 4.:, ani' l18aj D .. ...........................Pt.Fierc. .._........................... .l14p 101:1&US
IIlgh-I'1 There are vast tracts visiting the Transvaal asl.a! wan \\.aIJ..sla ... ... .. 11 (,j II DI 11 1M' I' W 1 1; p ............................... &!..........__................ 11 2! p "&
WbOlll lJe met to lired him to the prl'si.dent's \r TiCt..n. ,..... .. 1C; II DI I:! :\I: p m i 451 I.15p ...............................ll1eD.................................. .11 IIp 4f&t
.Ar. Cordl'l! ... ... 1 4:; a ni I 1 45: pm' 471 t s .............. ................J6niea............................... 11 Up (0. EMERSON INDUSTRIAL
IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST bous\ You. came the answer, S.A.L.ItYAr. : I Csi 813 P .............................!ituar'................................. 11 cap BOa
ht1o.t ko on till you comes to a road \mE'rlcu,: ..... 5H Ii in' :1",;; p inAr. I a i7 8 et P,. ..................... .....Robe Sound..l. : 31 p cI.:: HOME AND SCHOOL
U..lumhu,: .. I:! :!; I' 111 :. I.:., P III i a 47: IIoj 110 I''E't, Jopller.............._......... lO 14 p I 48.'hili a
Within !tines throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation! Tot koes around der skoolhouse; but Ar.llullt/"m..ry/ ...... ...... .. ;' :.., p III'O. 1441>; ......................... W Palm Beach ....... ................... 8811" is.saa. Emerson Home wIll begin its elev-
you \\lon' dake dot 1'oall. No you ko .L&F. 1W. ; I'' : 'C9 p ................... ........Boj n 1011................................ lOp SOs enth of
\\hich are practically manless and can be secured at one-fifth to Ar. :'>18.n. .... .....: 3 O II m!: 41\1 P inGFbR.IA iO a S 1 p' ..............................Delray. .........................._. Hp 40sB year work under the present
on till you IOtm der big Laru, sbillgil..lmil R. R. .: IAr. i I :9 a.l :tp .................... ......Ft L&uderda! .......................... Qip SsS \ superintendent October 3. During the
one-tenth the market Nice or "Old State" fa.rm. htraw, den you durii h'r road Augusta .....' S pc.oFo.k.a. I 29a I a3 I'. ........................... .:landl\l. .............................. sa p 541
per acre an I ; 72arnAr. : 434 9 Up.. .. .................__...Lamoll City............................ 'l'p BT JO, ton years Just closed the Home has enrolled -
Write for illustrated literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian down der field und ko on dill you Atlanta. ... .. .. :!:) a m .oIm: I OOij I 5p.Ar........... ............... !& ............................. 7 CO II .00. of
a yearly sixty-six
conies to Ii pig red hOse; dot ees my -\r. Columbus .. .7 u;: a in' I average pu-
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ltirniingham 'U DI I -
Territory Oklahoma and Texas. BrOIler Hans' hoose. Don't ko in derei1 ; Memphis ..... "uiJlDl': . I IJils, all girls or young women; twentyti.e -
&\ straight on dill you COllie to derhaystick s. C. "T. L.r. ; I IilATOfI. in the boarding department and
\ llari'tta .. .... \\111 a in \I 11\ P inAr.
VERY LOW mit farm. Veil, he don't 'aJ2 Idol WI1 j1io.2 N..4&iiy furty-one in the day school. Eleven
ROUND TRIP RATES a Cnattariw'ga. I 110 P III 10 ;:3 II DI I TATIOI$
DstrI !
Paj P.117 a jIa117
live dere. Hut Yhell :you get fur.h'r 1 r. a..h.tlJl'' .. .. Ii ;;') P 111 :1 1:! P JU young women have finished the full
iI.L.CENf.k. R. I j 24: p ii.Ar. C5 1Lv......... Titusrlfl .........Arf 12 p .DpJ 1O1L.N.Saiyma..Ar: 1.5pI 710 p
To any Southestrn point every Tuesday in September. and the you see 11 hoose on der top of a let'llllS M. Louis .... !;! a inAr. 83 aLr.; .......... Oateen...........Ar 1Ia $ 1121a1.v., Lakelialen .Ar l1p 'Up of study given uy the Institu-
bill so you ko in derl' mid asks dot Cliicaai; ; ... ...... :!') 8 m ..... 8 5 ......... : .......... 11 60. 5p! 11 33aLv.Oray.! CUy.Ar OWl' S HpB
1st and 3rJ Tuesdays in October anll X L.&N.fta. I 80 aiA-r. ......... dosford ..........L1' 10 8O.l1 4p 1146aAr..Or.Cityia..Lv 1ZP I UpLi81 tion. Two have completed the Industrial -
ould .owan iusitle. 8he "ill tell you .. ,)
\r. Louisville .1 :SU a m I:! 5i p mAr. '.
onl A record, as tar as possible,
: o"ember.GEO. petter as I can." Cincinnati .. t J a m I:! 1"1 at J No.23 : No. Ii I No.f : .1 1i2211i..24Ika.2
( c.&F..z.a.5:: .1 1/ ; I &a t and DiIy K.A.Y.POBT I Daily SAt.. is kept ot former boarding students, or
cI I I \r.Chlcago. ... ... .. liam 4Opm ;aday Da1y. ea' tyt I Daily Daily IlANCII. 'IC Dally Daily Daily j8und7 whom 1&9 have been under our .care
H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT The Roof Dog" If Sew York. I I _only bi'day I ilcd'y
( York that for ierlods varying from one month to
New I
S Gen. Pass. \gt.. Dist. Pass. \gt., There are dogs iu Solid trains! frm Jack on'l"il.! I.. 1aer.. Ie 3 at'I) 4 T 2 ='PI I ') a.Ly1'okeo..A.r TOOa 140a 10'p nop 12"'f
never sd toot OIL the strl't't. They lit- Train frum I'alatka .nnl'ct at .IIII1.t";: with I p :J-I; 4 StpI ICap 9 5& Sn.Jsessoavtlle B Bis 8 S2a lI h I lip SUp six years. A large proportion are
;- Little Rock, Ark, Atlanta Ga. I trains: g'.int north frullI Jaels'nviikLuca I :, p f tp: e 3nI 2 ., p iti 00 a Pablo !)I'ach.: B :20s 8001 11 Ip e 4p I Up I
I lung to the janitors in the downtown :-It.'l'r' ,: /III l1iu.: tly..r train for Ma.eon. Ic 3i p 7f pi U3.. 2 .h lUh IlH 7 M I 12 lh 53' Ii as" I found to be usefullY employed in various -

I! builtlinJs and their runway,; cuu"i..t Pullman. rl'llIainllH Rnfftping In d.pit! until Car;,';:;froul io a. III Jakonvtii .. I', f tJ p! e s p 3 co P: 1 iIoh A.r. l&ypor'' 1.1' S Ut)a_ 7Qa_ 11 C It 553p ao lines of work and are doing welL

I'I\' '! of the ro.f of the building iu whhh .
-' -- -"' '''" t tllt: L..ut" via 3101w. riutt' withoutehang Many have married and preside over
their owners live and adjoining roof ; oft'ars oil lIiul': Flp.r tralli. al-u! Pull- PENNSULAR: AND
-- mall's till..t ,,:....'.I'rs..n :'snE' tralll to Cbi.ajowlthnut I neat and happy homes of their own.
-- -- on the same le.el. That is a rare day I
('tlaIigf'elwduI; C0kECII0N: MADE AT MIAMI' WITH SUUlIHIP OF THE P. O. L .. CO&PUY FGI Eleven of our llu.tlls are, or have been,
when the office worker on looking out I J-llr: ''' southbound and othl'r IIIf..r.matlon.
SleIOI.e..el.. .. .
is. .isiEA3OARI
the stl'tmth story window does not ..dd t-a.; .J If R.FFTERY.lJistrict HAVANA AND KEY WEST pmlI(yed as teachers and have usually

see a half dOzell dogs romping about I l'as'l'njE'rg..nt.. !OI W. Bziy :itree.Jackonvi1c. ranked above the average some receiving -
: .FiaOrC.
: upon the roufs beneath him. There 1:1 B. itilOflEs.4eneraI : P Tbka ahow the ttl1to1l& whish &rt.1ft1 may be ezretd to IrrhHnd depart special recommendation from offl-
one advantage at least in being a roof Pazigr -\jE"nt." :.Ia'on."a IItAtbI. Lilt thEIr arrival' or 4.piciare; at the dinea stated Is not ,1u.ruteed.IIPUY dais a'1,1 patrons. -'ifty-four professed
-- -- boB 1uelt! poll1i1ble foP &lI.1 delay 01 any eODHquente arising ther.-
dog-tlie dog catcher Las no terrors for conversion while In the ifome and

. LINE him. -r-Cop- ofthe LOCAL TIM CARD or Other Iafo.-mAUoa gratifying reports often reach us of

:: AIR RAILWAY, I THE I their activity in church work and gen-
i I Sucepis.'iili "SEE THE: TIOKET .AGENT."
orally excellent exam[.tIt's. As we look
anti much lallllr
I g-rl'lt care a
S caterpillar climbed tip 3. tall spear of I :rnla.: Ant.. Gin. Pu .L&eAt.. ST. AUGU8TI1fB. nA.I back over the decade past we thank

.Savannah Columbia Camden gruss. \\111'n: lie reached the top Ll' I Clod and take courage.C. .
Ptnes --
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stood on lii. hiu" end and waved! hs! I M. Buckbee, Supt
= Raleigh, Richmond, \Vashington, Baltimore. front t'lltl in tll\ air. -

II Philadelphia, New York. I I "Ju.t ail I fear.'tl;' said hI'. :5uccess Atlantic; Coast Line Railway Company IT SAVED HIS LEG c:
does not brin liapiiie's.:

S TWO ELEOANT TRAINS DAILY. 5 But then Ill' tUrll\'ll :1n,1 clImbed! P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga..
a dOWll, for the l'att'rpil.lrs! are wiser The Great Eastern suffered for six: months with a frightful

Seaboard than Ilit'n.-I'u\.k. running sore on his leg: but writes
o Express and Western Line
DEPARTURES FROM OCALA that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly :

Seaboard Mail W..tpd Cash: I cured it In five days. For Ulcers,
: : "Impro.ldt'nt Well I should !say; : For Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville and
Across the Entire States of I Wounds Piles, It's the best salve In
lle spends his llI11nl'y in the most few-i TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. aU points :3.St. Also for :Macon At-
I the world. Only 25c. Sol< by the AntiMonopoly -
: nODERN PULlrtAN EQUlP.1BNT. Ish way. lanta, Nashville, Chicago via DixieFlyer

: I Ulnlltw. IEXA find lOUIS lAM route. Drugstore.

I .1'1''.. WI\} .'. only the other day 'reSpent I
I For Leesburg Croom TrIlby, Brooks-
half a tl"llar to advertise fur an MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,

S ONLY LINE OPERATING umlrt'Il:1 Le bad: l Iost.-11iiladclpja! i.I ;II TR"BLE. ; T" AN' \\ i-.R! \l. t.'ll" TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. vi11e. Tarpon Springs. Clearwater, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER

: Dally Through Sleepers from JacKsong i Lrogpr. _ I Direct Line Bellealr. St. Petersburg, Lakeland,
: to Tampa. and intermediate points. Has opened her parlors opposite lIar-

yule to New Orleans. : \11 Added Horror. Un's stable, where she u fully prepared -
i I TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25: P. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction. Homosas-
'Thnt'II horriltle idea De Riter l.sconceived. NORTH TEXAS
II 5 a Intermediate to do all kinds of fancy and plain
and points.
I Ii
For full NhW MeXICO dress making In the latest styles. at
information and Sleeper RllOnaUGDI, call on any Aint i "Wllllt'! ,; th1n" I For Juflette HIgh Springs. Live Oak

Seaboard, "r write :I "II(" :, t"lkin!: of !'ettni! ",1m@ rfRrnwnings II ARIZON.and .-\ TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. DJpont: Wa.cross and all points east short notice. Cutting and fitting a ape-

A. O. 1acDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, IJacksonville .r.oems to Wagner's mu1.Ex.tizing. t .to i ii and west. clalty. Your patronage is sollclted.

i t' I .
Ell PIa. TRAIN NO. 49. 7:10 A. M. For Julittte.: Gulf Junction, Hcmos3.1aan

0 S. c. BOYLSr )N. JR., Puatner Ala&, JackaOIlTIll. Fla. 5 i I CALIFORNIA ,} intermediate: points. HOUSES FOR RENT
SPRAINS Toby Moore house-ll room.
m.B I
eDem I.IOI..I.I.I.I.1 j i j Trair.s \0. 33 and is carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. D'Omito house-10
S. \. feel, Cisco Texas, writes WRITE R.I: N.W :;".I \ "r TEX.\ FREE j I rOOmB. .
jj : O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on Se\.en-room house, two blocks from
March 11. 1')1: 'My wrist was sprained j
E. P. TURNER Sundays, Tuesdays arid Thurslays at l1M p. m. court house. ____ __
so badly! by a fall that it was useless ; ;
FRESH MEA-S: : I For full. complete! and reliable! Information regarding rates through car Two cottages close in.
AND: CJMEAT : and after using several remeios General Passenger Agent
: s.rrar.gfments. sleeper rtservat1ons, etc., call on any Atlantic Coast LIne One %-room cottage.
that failed to give relief used BallarTsSnow
THE CI TV MARKET Liniment and was cure.i. I earnestly I Dallas Texas.. agent, or aJjlese. AU of these houses are In good eon- '
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'We keep on hand a full Iir.e of the best ieef Peork. Mutton m.j Sausage : reCc..1"Ilrnend it to anyote suffering ; T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent dition. Apply toSternberger

to lie had. Game in ason. Fresh Vegetables ete. Careful attentIon to from sprains." :::5c.. 50e.. $1. Soil I OLEY3riOI1p1iDfAH i iC.ues H. M. ::IEr.SOX. Traffic 1fa.nager. W. J. CR.\IG, General Pass. Agent and Phillips,

orJers md quick delivery made. WI'L JON f.S, Proprietor by the Anti-Monopoly! Dru tore. Cald! : PreY nts Pnumcal.a I Wilmingtun. Nortti Carolina. Next to Anderson's Drugstore.




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y I I Commercial Bank f I WEATHER FORECASTFOR EAST FLORIDA QUIZ PARTY Sweet Milk, Butter Milk, \ Jersey Cows and Fine Hogs

I The EJworthague: entertained Butter. t Will Be
Kept for Sale
9 BRANCH OF e 0 about fifty of its friends last evening .
I Washington. Sept 20.-Fair tonight Iat I the residence of Mrs. Caro Murrell.
BANK, JACKSONVILLE and Saturday. j( The guests were welcomed on the comfortable ITI, KING DAIRY AND STOCK FARM
f I CAPITAL fr and brilliantly lighted piazza. :
$50.000.00 DESPERADOES, LOOK OUT j After a half hour's social entertain- ,

s j merit they were mated by: the names of Charlie Shaw .-
I Manager. .
SURPLUS AND UNDIYIDED PROFITS, $33,996,93 fr I Xight Policeman Uriganre has a j heroes and heroines of prose and poetry -

foil's automatic pistol the latest thingin I when: they were ushered into a To the Citizens of OcalaOn : -
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS fo I imprutc-d firearm.'. It can shoot ; room to play progressive quiz. There

nine !-'tet'I-' ( jinted bullets in five seconds j t were four tables, namely, arithmetic
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 and send them as straight and history grammar and miscellany. or about the first of October we will open a Dairy, and ; ,
I RECEiVED LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE SOUGHT I IT almost as far as a riflIt, is a handsome These were ably presided over by Mes- earnestly solicit the of t :
patronage fresh
any wanting good milk 4
AND SOLD \\(<11"0. as well as an effectiveone. damesV.: W. Clyatt. W. D. Graham, ,

fI I Durst. F. O. Reagan and W. H. Clark. butter or butter milk. It shall be our aim and pride to keep
I Wit. humor and pleasantry reigned, supreme -
'. after which light refreshmentswere everything clean and fresh. The closest attention will be given
served Flowers in the league
TICKETS ON SALE the business and service will be
We colors used,
offer One Hundred Dollars reward were and afterwards sent ,
OCALA OCCURRENCESJ. for any case of Catarrh that can- to the sick. While we will not sell milk or butter lower than other
Tickets for Sherlock Holmes tomor- The league desires to thank Mrs.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
row night on sale at the Postoffice I Murrell for her unbounded hospitality.also dairymen, we will meet their prices on the same quantity and always _
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. thos' who so ably aided her in
D. Pope of Ina'helve is in town. Drugstore and on the street by the We, the undersigned, have known F. making the evening a most enjoyableand insure the best quality. The stock will be well cared for and fed

manager. J. Cheney for the last 13: years, and believe profitable one. on the richest and choicest feed. *
The popular Arthur Doyle is in town. As the guests adjourned about 10
him perfectly honorable in all
'\'. II. Lipseombf left today for business transactions and financially o'clock at the they next were league invited entertainment to be present Mr. C. H. Shaw will be manager of the Dairy and Farm and
O. A. Petteway of Iroy is in town.
Gainesville by private conveyance. I able to carry out any obligation made which is to be a Hallowe'en party. will give his undivided attention to the business. As soon as we .
From Gainesville he will go by train
his firm.
Summer lap robes at Mclver & Mac- by are to deliver will
ready we call on and will
Kay's.J. Sunday: to Jacksonville to see his wife Walling, Kinnan & Marvin, WALKERMARTINMarried. you greatly appreciate -

and children. On his return he will Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. you giving us a trial order. W. D. CARN,

meet his team at Waldo. ja-BarnesviIIe."lT5H., on September -
Hall's Catarrh Cure is
It Curton of Tampa Is at the taken Internally *. by the Rev. Dr. C. H. SHAW

Montezuma.Call t acting directly upon the blood Mr. Ufiiford Wilson Walker .yeargE'r'l"

FOR RKXT Store in Montezuma and mucous surfaces of the system. Lavtiette H. Martin* The

up Telephone 15 for SanitaryPlumbing block, suitable for small business or an Testimonials sent free. Price ';':ic. prominent younjj railroad man, awl
I per
otr t'e.o'. W. Ditto, Merchants' block.
bottle. Sold by all druggists. bid| fair to occtfl.y a high position in DAVID s. %VOODRO'VReal
railroad lrrn d. and the bride is aharming
Mr. J. \\'. Crosby has rented th" Sis- Take Hall's Family Pills for consti ,' younl Ocala lady, with a

H. A. Carter of Jacksonville Is a trunk cottage iii the third ward and is pation. host <.f friends hWe.,

guest of the Montezumu. occupying the same.OUHNELLON Estate, Loans and Investments 9'tJ

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Red Hook
Ginger Ale, In pints and

quarts, at Troxler's. PROPERTYFOR annual inspection of the musterof 10 a .m., Sunday the feast of the Ocala, Florida. I j :q ,'-

SALE- the Ocal.i Rillcs takes: place tonightat rosary of the blessed Yirgin will "becelebrated. i ;

W. I.. Taylor of Live Oak is at the the aimory at N fJ'd.'k. Every In the afternoon at 4:20.: <.

Montezuma. Tompkins saloon block for member must be present or be subject instruction and the rosary. All arecordially PHOSPHATE LANDS A SPECIALTY. J

to a fine of $1.;:;. Soys: come in on the invited. I
sale. For terms, call on or address double iukk. Rev. D. Uottolaccio, Pastor.
Children's Kchool Shoos a specialtyat II I The new resort on the bluff at Ea st Lake Weir is now being staked off into one hundred lots by County Surveyor -
lUieinauer and Co's.There MKS.: E. V. Toxii'Kixs,
Moorhead. These lots will be on the market in a week or two. The first!' ten purchasers of lots will receive
Miss Pollie a
Major T. C. Hall who went" to South Dekle of Marianna who
i L. Box 821. Ocala, Fla.W. 'arolina to attend the funeral of his has been the guest of Mrs. Clarence ten per cent discount after the tenth lot is foil. If you have not seen the property, buy a lot anyhow; If you have .

were thh ty-four arrivals at brother-in-law, returned: home today.J. Camp' has returned: home. seen it, buy two, they will increase in value.
the Montezuma yesterday.C. .
1,'. Himes. J. F. Glenn and K. J.

Sparkman. three prominent Tampa C. Whtvler of the International I. X. Green, who has been spending :I Is beautiful. .
P. Slstrunk of Titusville is at the
lawyers, are at the OcaLi House.J. Harvester' Company returned' ] to CmaliII.t a month in'irginia., returned home Is healthy.
Montezuma. t'lay. yesterday, accompanied by his youngson. LA.KE WEIR
Is near Ocala and on the Railroad
A. Jordan, manager for the Cable .
Furnished Is worth showing to visitors.
rent. Mrs. Chas.
Piano Company for South Florida including I A. 1'. Atkins, a traveling' man from

K. Sage, 44 S. Sei-ond s t., E. Ocala. with offices in Tampa, l 1.\tlanta: came in today. S. V. Duke of Dunnellon arrived in
The land now being subdivided elevated and has a gradual slope from the edge of the bluff (which is about
I is in town for a feuuLiils: ; the city yesterday on a brief visit to '
_- l his :23:: feet above the level of the lake), to the back of the property, which is aboutTo feet above the lake level. The elevation -
Will ('. Jerry of Alabama is a guestof Frank Teasjue went south this after- famll-Gaint's\'ille Sun.
will inaiked on each lot on the plat which will be printed in this in due time.
the Oriia htU t'. "Mrs. H. .Anderson returned from ..lIu..1I to !spy' out hard timber.T. paper

Poughkeepsie/X./Y.;: V.. yesterdayhere: I If you miss Sherlock Holmes you WATCH THIS SPACE GROW FROM TIME TO TIME.

Try a pair of Crossett Shoes fort she accompanied-firr daughter, Franvfs. f" miss a good thing. See it tonight at
who entered Vassar College.LOST /
the house.
men. To be had only at Rheinauerjs.{ opera
e( vr-j

-A small hound, black and I). Gamble, the contractor and builder -
Remember Sherlock Holmes tonightat .
the opera white, pi'lpd; both front feet sore, and has the contract for reshingling MCIVER & MACKAYI
Mrs. c. R. Burt's house in the firstward.
dog limps. Return to Guy Lang, Lake W. Troxlor, Agent for HuylersCandy. .

Hire's Hoot Beer Gingerale andRaspberryade Weir avenue, Ocala, and receive suitable Fresh shipments received

In pint bottles, lOc. at reward. weekly. F. W. Miller, the ne.w agent for the I Ocala Flo (

Troxler's Peninsular Industrial Insurance Company ,

Rev. II. I"'. Freer of Levon was in the REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, went to Jacksonville this morning
city today and paid his respects to the l I to inert his family and accompany(
The city elwtric light is DENSMORE, HAMMOND I and
company Star. He said crops in his sectionere them to Ocala. Phosphate Mining Washing Machinery
putting up u carload of new poles. I TYPEWRITERSJust ,
only fair, except cotton, which is good
and though touched SOIIIH by the ,'a Received at- Claude L'Engle will start his Daily

W. A. Pelot is now ready to deliver !pillars they came too late to damage tl'r-// OCALA MUSIC COMPANYMrs. Sun in Jacksonville, October 1, and it Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages

dry oak and pine wool from his yard, ('ropery much. will be a waim (projosition in Xovem- ,

opposite the Christian 1.""'.
('. R. Hurt returned to Ozello

Mr. A. I.: Handley's handsome eight-
Charles 1TH'lor has returned Seed Store, after Octol-r 1.pplr: toW room residence, just west of General,

from his trip down the Oklawaha. T. Gary, at Munroe and Chambliss' Mr. 1-M Helvenston will leave Sunday] Uullock's: is rapidly Hearing comple I
I for New Yoik to buy: goods for the Hel-
For wedding Presents :In Royal Kytio Dank. nston-IiIiUh-Pasteur' Company.' tion. Building Materials Every Kind and Description

Japanese, Hand-Painted China, and
Messrs. Jones Davis, Carroll Harris,
W. D. Hobbitt.: the sawmill man west Dr. Lisk of Grahamville was in the
Fine Leather Goods, go to the Ocala I Bittinger, Massey and Landers are preparing !
of Ocala was in town today. He will city today. ALL KINDS
News Co. to put in sewerage on theirproperties
move his mill to Grams old mill siteas -
all emptying into one big
soon as he can catch) up with his orders PAY NO MONEY TO CARRIERS well.
SHI as to lie alongside the A. C. L.
Yolise The hall.Popular RflM-kahs. mart tonight at the track and th.Iartt'l hard road. Subscribes to the Evening: Star are Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

requested! to pay no money to the Eil P. Pittman has embarked in the I
horse buying and trading business. lie
Ha'eOU noticed City MarshalCleveland's rier boys. Make your payments at car-I i __ __ ___
make of H. S. and M. cloth- is experimenting with Texas bronchos. --- ---
new uniform? It becomes office or by mail. Bittinger & Co. I I
Ing for men. Full line at Rheinauer him. I

and Co's. I Professor F. Scharf .the Savannah I

Mr. C. C. Stevens and grandson, Mr. I J. W. Ward. Jr.. and wife of Floral piano tuner, is in town making his annual THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.
Mrs. P. C. Miller has returned from Ernest Raw Is. of Berlin were in the City were in the city today.Nunntllv's
her visit to Gamesviie.Pittman I city today. .. I' n --- I 1---1 I
Camly! i is still the stand] a i
I ard. Patter than all others, because j her brother-in-law. A. Eadd)', the
William l: Mac Kay sold his homeon
and Son
have received a big Fort KingA\tyue. olpo'itt'Ir. John fresher and then only (Cf'c.; a pound enterprising merchant and king cuke I "ED'S PLACE" "MeHeuitJ by the stealing

lot of excellent matting, which hey Taylor's: 'IaeI. t. Dr. "'. V. Xewsom. At the Postoffice Drugstoie. grower of Bushnell, were guests of tours timt.-SHAC* ,
the Montezuma today.
will sell cheap. The doctor wrfltuke possession' in afew

i., days."m_. ,_ -- TAKEN OP
Charles W. Gibson of the Oklawaha McGrath's Old Stand
Captain DeLong of Candler was in Dark bay mare, blazed face right ?
river: section was in town this morning -
the ,.it)' today.Fumigate i Send us :your next prescription as a
I II hind! foot white up to ankle: ; marks of behind his pair of Xorman "on iE's.
I i: trial and see what excellent !service' we tIwllIoOdi
with I]i|: give you then bear in mind that we use saddle on back. Owner can have the
Formaldehyde Sulphur ,
I A little child is dying in a house beyond -
Ton-h. to be had at the Postoffkv :!| only the best drugs. The Postoffice animal by paying for her keeping and
I the S. A. L. freight depot. The,
Drugstore. Twenty-flve cents fumigates this advertisement. J. C. Perkins, i
entire family is ill. Mrs. T. C. Hall
I a large room. I Shady Grove, Fla. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay and others were j
KODAK DEVELOPING Rebuilt4 and Newly FurnishedFine 1
with them this afternoon and can give
Mrs. ('. H. Hurt of Ozello. while in interested information de-
I j Anyone wishingko.bk films developed anyone any
S. R. Pone and C. J. Ryan of Jacksonville -
the city is a guest of the llat.-hell',:I can have it well and cheaply! done are at the Ocala House. siled. Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies, Brandies, Pure Rye tastes
II mi si-. I I
Ii II I! by applying to Mr. Sylvester: etc.Beer .

i Henry Miaw. one of the royal good A negro convict died this morning Ale and Soda for Family Trade The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are old because it isold.
Very select stock of Mattings and !i at the prison farms and hospital. Hewas
fellows and farmers of the
I A. St.Imand of Charleston. S. C. up-to-date Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured" to All.
other flour sent in Tuesday from the mines in
coverings at Rheinuuer *
arilCu i Pedro section, was in the city this j I tIS a
who travels for the Cameron and Kuk- a dying condition.The <
s. ley: Company) : is at the Ocal.i Hou:",. morning. \ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF '
I I Itoil..t \vhiskeyvhich
most delicately perfumed, violet AND DEALERS IN ALL KIND OF WINES AND LIQUORS
Mr. S. 1 Grigsrs and son of Oxford
were in the city this morning11'. G. soap in the city at 23c.: a cuke.Palmer time has broughtto
make it and Gerig sells it at
says' the sihool Luildin is rapidly going -

up. the: Pustoffice Drugstore.Mrs. GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA ripeness." It

THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER I.... Denmark a turpentine man of the ill Ed Carmichael continues very Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries: With Free Delivery. Special Atten- is "written down

rmatilla !"section was in the city today tion Given to All Orders.
with his brother! and Jack McCraney,
left afternoon We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re- old with all the
anil !subscribed' for the Star. Mrs. Ian: Borden yesterday: -
,I for a visit to Oxford ace'om- I turn Train.Separate.

The services yesterday at Grace I pa:1it"l by her sister, Mrs. J. P. (m-I i characters of
more who has been so ill, but is convalescent I
church of, Michael commemoration and all angels of the. wereweie festival ___ _, White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and age"mellowness :

well ;attended and the rector gave Up Town Places
200 a most instructive interesting and im Mrs X. 15 pfummer and charming ripeness
of Antho- -
littl.daughter: Marguerite
l.r."s't' address.' j lWHAT'S ( j i
__ _____ \ ny. are the,' guest of Mrs. Ed Carmij j flavor.
Everything is'in the name when it A. G. Rigelow Ro.kwell. superintendent .

Ladies' Shirt Waists ''I comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De- for the Dunnellon Company, i is j "We A.1V\Tays P1easo called: "Club" Whiskeys -

Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered at the: Oiala House. I that are not

I some years ago how to make a salvej Thkala }luus.. had twenty-s.x; arrivals 1 The Carmichael & Son Co. Maryland Club. You
j from Witch Hazel that is a specific for ,
yesterday.THE cantellitbythef'asteEL
In Assorted Colors and all sizes, worth $J I'Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and Ocala Florida. tro----

to $2 which 1 protruding Piles eczema, cuts burns, STOMACH IS THE MANA
we have put on sale at 'I --- .--. --
bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's I

: ;Salve:::: has no equal. This has given weak stomach weakens the man, 'II. '_- .. ... __ TROPICO .

I i rise to numerous worthless! counter- cannot transform the food I j II | .
; -
!i feit"sk, for DeWitt's-the genuine. he eats into nourishment. Health and .

59 CentsVe Sold by Wm. Anderson. I strength cannot:: be restored to any sick .6 !DftOYAL, : : -- .

I man or weak women without first restoring fi laJ Makers of the 4" JJ

I WORLD'S FAIR RATES I health and strength to theI I
j stomach. A weak stomach cannot digest \
I ><. :\
i Via L. and N. R. R. enough food to feed the tissues 1+ I 4 MILO DEYO
I .
Excursion tickets now on sale daily and revive the tired and run down '
I e
I Highest Grade 5c. Cigar r %
\ have about JOO of these waists from Ocala to Sr. Louis and return. :i limbs and organs of the body. Kodoli -' I. {
displayed in our corner window. St5.5nt'turn limit December 13. i I! Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat, -0--

Come and get one. JSs.OO-Return limit 60 days. Ii i cleanses and strengthens the glands .tom and ,t I' -

I ?30.55-Return limit 13:; days. I and membranes of the stomach and '
Corresponding low rates from other cures indigestion; dyspepsia and ail

I points.' The L. and X. is the best line stomach: troubles. Sold by Wm. An- HAVANA CIGARS

to St. Louis. !! derson. s.{ v.r
f j In Five Sizes'i & -
I For rates schedules and sleeping car

reservation, apply to J. M. Fleming, WANTED boy from fourteen t<- -0--

THE BOSTON STORE Fla. Pass. Agt, ?OG W. Bay Su Jack seventeen years of age, to learn the j CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor

sonville. Fla., or C. I.. Stone, G. P. A., printing business. A good place for
I I Ocala Florida. ,
Louisville.: the right boy. Apply at the Star office. ..

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