The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


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).
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the express purpoj! 'only, as op'n-I I their materials the most favorable I
wps cure on -
ly avowed, oj furnishinjj; stasis for terms. : Sweet Milk, Butter Milk, Jersey Cows and Fine Hogs
reduction bfytueaM of rf>reciprocal trade Our martyred president William YII !- : Batter. Will Be Kept for Sale.
treaties wliieh the Republican admin- !I Kinley, appreciated this situation. He i,
Iitrllti, n. i impliedly at least promised pointed out in his last address to the j
to J utstl'! Having on this promise people that we must make sensible '
OFACCEPTANOEI[ [l. u-ed! the increased duties, the Republican I! trade arrangements if "we shall extend I'I'I PT. KING DAIRY AND STOCK FARM

party leaders spurred on by the outlets for our increasing surplus ,
protected interests, defeated the ." He said: "-1 system which provides I

2(3.( 1904. treaties negotiated by the executive: a mutual exchange of commodities j Charlie Shaw, Manager.To .
To the Hon. Champ Clark and Others, and now these same interests cling to Is manifestly essential to the con.tInued
Etc. the benefit of these duties which the and healthful growth a.', our export -
Committee, :
people never Intended they should have I trade. The period of
Gentlemen-In my response to your the Citizens of OcalaOn : -
and to which have moral right is The eXcJu'l
committee at the formal notification they no Iveness past. expansion
proceedings I referred to some mattersnot Even now the argument most frequently trade and commerce is the or about the first of October we will open a Dairy, and
mentioned in this letter. I desire urged in behalf of the Dln ley problem. Commercial wars are unprof-
that these be considered as incorporated tariff and against tariff refogg generally itable. A policy of good will and earnestly solicit the patronage of any wanting good fresh milk,

herein, and regret that lack of space is the necessity of caring _ indus- in har.mODY
prevents specific reference to them fant industries. Many of these Reciprocity treaties are
all. I wish here, however, again to refer tries after a hundred years of lusty with the spirit of the times; everything clean and fresh. The closest attention will be given
growth are looming up as Industrial measures of retaliation are not"
to views there expressed as ta the
gold my standard to declare again my un giants. In their case at least the Ding- This argument was made in the Interest the business and prompt service will be rendered.

qualified belief In said standard and to ley tariff invites combination and monopoly of our manufacturers, whose While we will not sell milk or butter lower than other
of the actionof and gives justification to the products, he urged "have so multi
express the convention my appreciation In reply to my communication expression that the tariff is the mother plied that the problem of more markets dairymen, we will meet their prices on the same quantity and always

upon that subject. of trusts. requires our urgent and immediate at insure the best quality. The stock will be well cared for and fed
For the above mentioned reasons, tention." lie bad come to realize that
Grave public questions are pressing
tor decision. The Democratic party among many others, the people de- the so called stand pat policy must on the richest and choicest feed.

eppeala to the people with confidence mand reform of these abuses, and such give way; that there must be a reduction Mr. C. H. Shaw will be manager of the Dairy and Farm and
will reform demands and should receive Immediate of duties to enable our manufacturers
that its position on these questions
fce accepted and indorsed at the polls. attention. to cultivate foreign markets. will give his undivided attention to the business. As soon as we
The two leading parties have always The last words of this president, who
(While the Issues involved are numerous to deliver will call and will
are ready we on you greatly appreciate -
In differed as! to the principle of customs bad won the affection of his countrymen
: some stand forth pre-eminent
(the public mind. Among these are taxation. Our party has always advanced ought to be studied by every man you giving us a trial order. W. D. CARN,
the that the is doubt of the ofa
economical theory object who has any necessity
jUriff reform, Imperialism,
administration and honesty in the public the raising of revenue for support of reduction in tariff rates in the inter C. H. SHAW
service. I shall briefly consider the government whatever other results est of the manufacturer. They present
these and some others within the necessarily may Incidentally flow therefrom. The with clearness a situation and a proposed
prescribed limits of this letter. Republican party, on the other band, remedy that prompted the provision
contends that customs duties should in our platform which declares DAVID S. -VOODRO
.Imperialism. be levied primarily for protection, so that "we favor liberal trade arrange-
While I presented my views at the called, with revenue as the subordinate ments with Canada and with peoplesof
notification proceedings concerning this purpose, thus using the power of tax. other countries where they can be
vital Issue, the overshadowing Importance ation to build up the business and prop entered into with benefit to American Real Estate, Loans and Investments,
of this question Impels me to refer erty of the few at the expense of the agriculture, manufactures, mining or ,
to it again. The issue Is oftentimes many. commerce.: "
referred to as constitutionalism This difference of principle still; subsists The persistent refusal of the Republ1can Ocala Florida.
(versus imperialism.If but our party appreciates that the majority In the federal senate to ,
we would retain our liberties and long continued policy of the country, ratify the reciprocity treaties nego- ,
''constitutional rights unimpaired we as manifested in its statutes, makes it tiated In pursuance of the policy ad-
cannot permit or tolerate at any timeor necessary that tariff reform should be vocated alike by Mr. BlaIne and Mr. PHOSPHATE LANDS A SPECIALTY.
for any purpose the arrogation of prudently and sagaciously undertakenon McKinley, and expressly sanctioned in
(unconstitutional powers by the executive scientific principles, to the end that the Dingley act itself, is a discouraging -
branch of our government. We there should not be an immediate revolution exhibition of bad faith. As already The new resort on the bluff at Ea st Lake Weir is now being staked off into one hundred lots by County Surveyor -

should be ever mindful of the wordsof in existing conditions.In mentioned by me, the exorbitant duty Moorhead. These lots will be on the market in a week or two. The first ten purchasers of lots will receive a
Webster, "Liberty is only to be pre- the words of our platform we de- Imposed on many an imported article ten per cent discount after the tenth lot is sold. If you have not seen the property, buy a lot anyhow; if you have
served by maintaining constitutional. mand "a revision and a gradual reduction by the Dingley tariff was avowedly in- seen it, buy two, they will increase in value.
restraints and a just division of political of the tariff by the friends of tended by its author not to be perma-

powers." the masses, and for the common weal, nent, but to serve temporarily as a
Already the national government has and not by the friends of its abuses, maximum, from which the federal gov- Is beautiful.Is .
become centralized beyond any point its extortions and discriminations." ernment was empowered to offer a re- LAKE W healthy.Is .
contemplated or imagined by the It is true that the Republicans, who duction in return for an equivalent EIR near Ocala and on the Railroad.
founders of the constitution. How tremendously do not admit In their platform that the concession on the part of a foreign Is worth showing to visitors.
all this has added to the Dingley tariff needs the slightest al- country. President McKinley under-
power of the president! 'it has devel- teration, are likely to retain a major- took honestly to carry out the purposeof The land now being subdivided is elevated and has a gradual slope fro m the edge of the bluff (which is about

oped from year to year until It almost ity of the federal senate throughout the the act. A number of reciprocity 25 feet above the level of the lake), to the back of the property, which is about 73 feet above the lake leveL The ele
equals that of many monarchs. While next presidential term'and could,therefore agreements were negotiated, which, if
vation will be marked on each lot on the plat which will be printed in this paper in due time.
the growth of our country and the magnitude if they chose, block every attempt ratified, would have had the twofold
of Interstate interests may seem at legislative relief. But it result of cheapening many Imported
to furnish a plausible reason for this should be remembered that the Republican products for American consumers and .
centralization of power, yet these same party includes many revisionists of opening and enlarging foreign mar-
facts afford the most potent reason and I believe it will shrink from kets to American producers. Not one
why the executive should not be permitted defying the popular will expressed unmistakably of those agreements has met with the
to encroach upon the other departments and peremptorily at the approval of the Republican masters of MWER & MACKAY
of the government and assume ballot box. the senate. Indeed they did not even
legislative or other powers not The people demand reform of exist- permit their consideration. In view
expressly conferred by the constitu ing conditions. Since the last Demo- of the attitude of the present executive -
tion.The cratic administration the cost of living; I no new agreement need be ex- Ocala Florida
magnitude of the country and has grievously increased. Those baring pected from him. Nor does the Republican ,
Its diversity of Interests and population fixed incomes have suffered keenly; platform contain a favorable r
would enable a determined, ambitious those living on wages, if there has reference to one of the suspended
and able executive, unmindful of been any increase, know that such in- treaties. The reciprocity clauses of Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
constitutional limitations and fired crease has not kept pace with the ad- the Dingley act seem destined to remain ,
with the lust of power, to go far in vance in the cost of living, includingrent a monument of legislative cozen-
,the usurpation of authority and the and the necessaries of life. Many age and political bad faith unless the
aggrandizement of personal power be- today are out of work, unable to secure people take the matter In their own Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages
fore the situation could be fully appreciated any wages at all. To alleviate hands at the ballot box and commanda ,
or the people be aroused. these conditions in so far as is in or.r reduction of duties in return for
The issue of imperialism which has power should be our earnest endeavor. reciprocal concessions.

been thrust upon the country Involvesa Trust Remedies.I Independence For the Filipinos. HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
decision whether the law of the landor
p.ointed out In my earlier responsethe In some quarters it has been assumed -
the rule of Individual caprice shall remedy which, in judgment,
my that in the discussion of the Philippine -
govern. The principle of imperialism can effectually be applied against question in my response the
may give rise to brilliant startling, monopolies, and the assurance was phrase "self government" was Intended Building Materials Every Kind and Description
'dashing results, but the principle of ,
then given that if existing laws, Including to mean something less than Inde-
democracy holds in check the brilliant both statute and common law, pendence. It was not intended that it
executive and subjects him to the so- proved inadequate, contrary to my ex- should be understood to mean nor doI
ber, conservative control of the people. pectations, I favor such further legislation think as used it does mean less than FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
The people of the United States within constitutional limitationsas independence. However, to eliminate
stand at the parting of the ways. will best promote and safeguard the all possibility for conjecture I now
Shall we follow the footsteps of our interests of all the people. state that I am in hearty accord with
fathers along the paths of peace, pros- Whether there is any common law that plank in our platform that favors Phosphate Plants Installed Complete
perity and contentment, guided by the which can be applied and enforced by doing for the Filipinos what we have
ever living spirit of the constitution the federal courts cannot be determined already done for the Cubans, and I
.which they framed for us, or swill we by the president or by a candidate favor making the promise to them now
go along other and untried paths hith- for the presidency.The that we shall take such action as soon
erto shunned by all, following blindlynew determination of this question as they are reasonably prepared for it.
ideals which, though appealing.with was left by the people in framing the If independence) such as the Cuban
brilliancy to the imagination and constitution to the judiciary and not enjoy cannot be prudently granted to THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.
ambition, may prove a will-o'-the-wLsp, : to the executive.! The supreme courtof the Filipinos at this time the promisethat
leading us into difficulties from whichIt the United States has recently considered it shall come the moment they
may be impossible to extricate our this question! and, in the case' are capable of receiving it will tend to
selves without lasting Injury to our of the Western Union Telegraph com- stimulate rather than hinder their development. -
national character and institutions? pany versus the Call Publishing' company And this should be done ]I I "MelloweJ t y the stealing "ED'S PLACE"McGrath's
The Tariff and Trusts. to he found in the one hundred not only in justice to the Filipinos but i| hour;Imt.SHAlt..
Tariff reform is one of the cardinal and eighty-first volume of the United to preserve our own right!', for a free :
principles of the Democratic faith and States supreme court reports, at page people cannot withhold freedom from Old Stand
the necessity for it was never greater 02. it decided that common law principles another people and themselves remain': liWllIEJOdClub
than at the present time. It should be could be applied by United free The toleration of tyranny over j
undertaken at once in the interest of States courts in cases involving interstate others will soou breed contempt for freedom : WEST SIDE: : SQUARERebuilt ,
all our people. commerce in the absence of United and sell government and weaken i;
I States statutes specifically coverins insidious ;
The Dingley tariff is excessive In our power of resistance to
the case. Such Is the law of the constitutional
: usurpation of our
many of its rates and as to them at
least, unjustly and oppressively bur- land. American Citizenship.The rlbt:3'1 and Newly FurnishedFine

dens the people. It secures to domestic Reciprocity.In pletlze of the platform to I
manufacturers, singly! or in combination my address to the notification to our citizens without distinction of j Pure Rye tastes Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies, Brandies,
the of committee I said that tariff reform "is :
privilege exacting excessive race or creed whether native born or etc.Beer .
prices at home and prices far demanded by the best Interests of naturalized at home and abroad, the j
old because it Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest liquors Obtainable Are
above the level of sales made regularly both manufacturer and consumer. equal protection of the laws and the j i
by them abroad with profit, tl.s With equal truth it can be said that enjoyment of all the rights and privileges J old. P It is a Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to AIL
the the benefits of reciprocal trade treaties -
giving a bounty to foreigners at ; open to them under the covenants j
.expense of our own people. It leviesoppressive would enure to both. That theconsumer of our treaties, as their just due shoull i
and unjust taxes upon II would be helped is unques be made good to them. In the accomplishment -j \\'hiskey'hich AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

many articles forming; in whole or part tionable. That the manufacturer would of that result it is essential j time has
' the so called raw material of manyof I receive great benetlt: by extending: his that a passport issued by the government :: broughtto
our manufactured products;, not i markets abroad hardly needs demon of the United States to an Amer- It GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA
' ly burdening the consumer, but on-I: !. stration. Ills productive capacity hasoutsrown lean citizen shall be accepted the world :,
. closing to the manufacturer tie markets i ; the home market. The very over as proof of citizenship. i "written" down Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Atten-
, he needs and seeks abroad. Its I! term "home market" has changed; In Civil Service. i tion Given to All Orders.

unjust taxation burdens the people its significance.:: Once, from the manu The statute relating to civil service old with all the We do the Largest Mail Ordtr Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re-
facturers' of view, it meant expansion
generally, forcing them to pay excessive point
is the outcome of the efforts of thou ht. turn Train.Separate.
prices for food, fuel, clothing and ; today the marvelous growthof ful unselfish and public spirited citi' characters of
other necessaries of life. It levies du- our manufacturing; industries has Operation under it has frequently
!ties on many articles not normally imported far exceeded consumptive capacity i zens.been of such a character as to ofj j age'mellotw- White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and
in any considerable amount :I of our domestic markets, and the term I Mend against! the spirit of the statute Up Town Places
,whIch are made extensively at home, i I home market" implies contraction but the results achieved, even under a.: ness ripeness
I rather than expansion. If we would -, '-' --_
(for which the most extreme protec-. : partial enforcement of the law, have :, r--. :
tionist would hardly justify protective !I run our mills to their full capacity, -
: been such as to both deserve and command {I flavor.There
,taxes, and which in large amounts are thus giving steady employment to our the utterance of the Democratic OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS

exported. Such duties have been" and : workmen and securing to them and to i party that it stands committed to the are several so- DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
will continue to be a direct Incentiveto I the manufacturer the profits accruing service reform and'demands i
principle of civil
the formation of huge industrial from increased production other mar- I its just and Impartial enforcement called "Club" Whiskeys "We Always Please
(combinations which secure from for- 'I kets must be found. Furthermore that are not
eign competition, are enabled to stifle!! when our manufacturers are dependent Maryland Club. You The Carmichael & Son Co.
domestic materials In whole or part
competition and practically on raw (Concluded on Eighth Page). ,
to monopolize the home market. imported, it Is vital to the extension can tell it by the taste.
i It contains many duties imposed for of their markets abroad that they se Ocala, F1ot&x.

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to St. Louis Abandoned, but the ?
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A Matter I Company May Attend Gala Week The entertainment at the opera house 0 '. V. BRANCH OF., 0 e,

The Ocala Rifles held their semiannual : last night, given by local talent, as, i| I COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE I

i muster and inspection last nigh!'t sisted by Mr. Anthony C. Finzel of; .
: Lake Weir was all that could be desired ?' ? .
at the armory. A full number of the CAPITAL > $50.000.00 I II
members was present and in full blue ., and those who were so unfortu '

01 HealthThere uniforms, leggins and white gloves, presented nate as to be absent missed a rare f I SURPLUS AND UND VIDKD PROFITS, $33,996.93 ? :
treat. It was given for the benefit of
a fine appearance. The arm .
and side arms were carefully Inspected | Episcopal church. and a DEPOSITS ;
neat sum was realized as a good audience -
by Captain Nash assisted by Lieutenants [: :' greeted the 0 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 "
is in Graham and Anderson, and were participants.The
a quality Royal I judged to be in excellent condition ':' following is the first part of the 1 RECEIVED.: LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT 1p I If

\: : program: AND SOLDMillinery O
inspection i p
After a short but rather I
Baking Povdervhich makes stormy business meeting was held In[ ,'{ O'ertureliss Gertrude Peyser. I

F the drill hall. the subject under discus- Humorous "What are the Wild .

the food and sion being the trip to St. Louis. After[ :\ Waves Sa'ing"-A. C. Finzel.
more digestible debating the matter from both standpoints Recitation- Madge: Sims. ,
Comic Sketch. "To be continued in
it was finally decided to call off

wholesome. This peculiarityof fact the trip that altogether the railroads, on refuse account rates of the to 'our next"-A. C. Finzel.SongMrs'James R. .Moorhead. Fall Opening !

j Piano Solo :Miss': Gertrude .
the soldiers, and also that the employers i Peyser.j
has been noted Song, The World
Royal by of a number of the members of the j j C. Finzel. Went Very WellThen"A.

company will not consent to their leav- !
physicians and they accord- ing the city. It I fa thought, however, i Reading, "The Inventor's Wife"-:Mrs. I have just returned from New York .

that the company: will go to Jacksonville I Bijah Brown. with an elegant line of MILLINERYfor
i l Ballad, "The Young Royalist"-A. C.
during gala week and
partici- 1 Finzel. FALL and WINTER WEAR.
ingly endorse and recom- pate in the maneuvers at that place,
Dramatic Recitation-Ben Deane, Edi
and the balance of the company fund !

will be used: to fix up the armory. This Pittman.
mend it. I Beautiful Picture
Mrs Moorhead ReadytowearHats
sudden change of plans is the source :j acted the part of :Mrs. ,

of much disappointment to the Bijah Brown and acquitted herself ad-
major- !
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., SEW YORK. ity of the boys, but, as it is seen, it mirably. The other performers were Children's and Misses' Hats.And .
cannot be helped. I also greatly enjoyed and received many

I i I I The one-act sketch composed the fin- an exceptionally pretty line of Ribbons Plumed
OCALA OCCURRENCES Mr. M. Handelsman and wife of the ,I U. D. C. ATTENTION : ,

Boston store returned from their ,I i I enti-tled'A Feathers, and Trimmings of all kinds.

Northern purchasing trip yesterday The Daughters of the Confederacywill
Summer lap robes at Mclver & Mac- [liam Gillette's production of A. Conyan
They had a pleasant': time and selecteda I
please finish their quilt squares "
Kay's. : I Doyle! "Sherlock Holmes. :Mr. Finzel
fine line of dry goods, etc., that will
and bring them to the next regular took the
leading part and scored a well
I interest': their customers. meeting of the chapter at Mrs. Badg- j I merited success. The character of Dr. THE OPENING WILL BE

F Mrs. Robert Taylor and children have" er's,:, the second Friday in October. i i Watson, the physician was acted perfectly -
returned from a visit to Eustis. Pittman and Son have received a big President. \
I by Mr. Albert Gerig. Mr. Gerig
lot of excellent matting, which they iis I a born star and has for years been a
up Telephone 15 for Sanitary will sell cheap. ;
Plumbing.Dr. CAN YOU EAT? ,'favorite on the Ocala stage. The character -
I i: of Mr. James Moriarty. the criminal -

Mrs. White of Citra mother of Chas. J. B. Taylor a prominent merchant ,j which was taken by Emmet Robinson -

A. L. Izlar returned yesterday "'. White, and her companion Mrs. of Chriesman, Tex., says: "I could not j was very good and Adolph 6 AND 1.

from his trip to Virginia. Erwin, are in Ocala for a few days vis- eat because of a weak stomach. I lost Dame as the ever ready "Billy,"

--- iting friends. They are guests of the all strength and ran down in weight. I brought down the house.
Red I I All that money could do was done. but
Rock Ginger Ale, in pints and Carlton House.
all hope of recovery vanished. hearing
quarts, at Troxler's.W. .
of some wonderful cures effectedby

the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, SHEET MUSIC SALE The ladies are cardlally invited to attend and see the
W. Reed of South Lake Wer was DUNNELLON PROPERTYFOR I concluded to try it. The first bottle I
All our sheet music will beSold New Goods..
In the city today.Children's benefited me and after taking four bottles -
SALE. I am fully restored to my usual at 6, 7 and 10 cents untilit

strengtht, weight and health." Kodol is gone. Sale begins Sept. 22.
School Shoes a specialtyat Tompkins saloon block for Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat IRS MINNIE A BOSTICKI
Rheinauer and Co's. sale. For terms, call on or ad- and cures. Sold by William Anderson, I

Ocala, Fla. .
Emmet 1
Robinson left this afternoonfor I

Stemper, Fla. L. Box 821. Ocala, Fla. UNLAWFUL DETAINERA i II! Misses Effie and Madge Sims of Valdosta -

I! Ga., are late arrivals in the city

Furnished room for rent. Mrs. Chas.K. case is being tried today in the I(and will be the guests of their sister,

Sage, 44 S. Second St., E. Mr. Earl Pearson, after a pleasantvisit court house in which Tom Xeedham, j I I Irs. J. B. Staten, who spent the summer -
to his parents for the past week, A. E. BURNETT
the plumber, has been encompassedat i with her parents at Valdosta, Mr.
has returned to Holder to resume his
his home by a wire fence, erected ]and Mrs. J. M. Sims, and who is ex-
Mr. Allen of South Lake Weir is in duties as manager of the Alta phos- ,
at the instance of Munroe and Cham-i pected home in a few days. The Misses
the city today. phate mine. '
bliss, bankers, hence the suit. R. L. Ii Sims are very" attractive and popular I THE JEWELER

Anderson represented Needham and H. young ladies and their presence will'
Try a pair of Crossett Shoes for Very select stock of Mattings and L. Anderson represented Munroe and be a great addition to our social set.

men. To be had only at Rheinauer's. other floor coverings at Rheinauer and Chambliss. The jury in the case Is I Miss Madge Sims is the young lady

Co's. composed of J. E. Stevens, S. S. Savage who recited so finely last night at the
Dr. Carswell and bride of Citra spent -- J. A. Pittman, Will C. Jeffords, I opera house. ,

yesterday in Ocala and took in the play fI I. W. Ogle and J. W. Sylvester.
Mr. W. M/ Gist of McIntosh and his
last night.
handsome joung son, Joshua, were in KODAK DEVELOPING
,the city today SAVED HIS LIFEJ.
Anyone wishing kodak films devel-
Hire's Root Beer, Gingerale and ,
oped can have it well and cheaply done
Raspberryade in pint bottles, lOc., at W. Davenport, Wingo. Ky.. writes.
FOR RE'T-Store in Montezuma
Troxler's.Mr. block, suitable for small business or an June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe by applying: to Mr. Sylvester.Mr. JND'OPTICJL

office. F. W. Ditto, Merchants' block. Ballard's Snow Liniment saved, "

Boring of Pine was in the city my life. I was under the treatment of Ed Carmichael was so successful

this morning.W. Anthony C. Finzel. who so acceptably two doctors, and they told me one pf';' in making hay with a one-horse mow- GOODS

presented Sherlock Holmes last': night my lungs was entirely gone, and the j jer last season thgt! he has expanded

A. Pelot is now ready to deliver at the opera house': returned to South other badly! affected. I also had '11 }i this season': and has purchased a two-

dry oak and pine wood from his yard, Lake Weir this afternoon. lump in my side. I don't think that i khore': mower of Captain Pooser and
could have lived over two months longer. put it in operation yesterday.

opposite the Christian church. ROOMS TO RENT-Over the Ocala I was induced by a friend to tl''l j ,....o ," REPAIRING A SPECIALTYMerchants
Ballard's Snow Liniment. The first': application '! 'TUNIN-
Seed Store, after October 1. Apply to PIANO
Osco': and Guy Zewadski returned to
gave me great relief
Gainesville W. T. Gary, at Munroe and Chambliss'Bank. ; fifty I
to their
yesterday resume:
cent bottles cured me sound and well. Block.
All orders left Dr. Grothe's residence
at -
at the East': Florida
It is a wonderful medicine and I !j OCALA FLORIDA
'i or laboratory will receive prompt
mend it to suffering humanity." 2ric., ,i
attention for I
For wedding Presents in Mr. J. P Phillips':, the efficient bookkeeper i piano tuning. was em-
Royal Kytio :;0<., and $1. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -'
inlo\pil liv T.mlilen and Bates folir sixteen -
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Japanese, Hand-Painted China, and of the _Commercial bark will Drugstore. Ocala, Fla. -- --
I their head tuner. All i
years as
take vacation and, with
a "Monday
Fine Leather
News Co. Goods, go to the Ocala'. his family proceed to call on friendsat I IeJt work guaranteed. F. Schaf, R. MARTIN & CO.
> '* Piano Tuner. J.
Iivine. While there Mr. P. will I

dl monstratehat Kind of a marksmanhe
Popular make of II. S. and M. cloth: t i!'. as': he goes with blood in his eye ___ v Miss Py returned from her summer
Ing for men. Full line at Rheinauer t.for squirrels. !,'acationestE'rola and will he readyto

and Co's. assume her duties as': teacher in ::\lisshaqle's GENERAL LIVERYMEN
T. W. Trcxler, Agent for Huyler's kinJt'rgartenlol1da: ', in
Send :
u* your next prescription as a
Fumigate with Formaldehyde Sulphur trial and see what excellent service': we Candy. Fresh shipments received i, which position she made such an enviable ,

Torch. to be had at the Postoffice give -OU. then bear in mind that we use: w eekly. reputation last season. Her ,

Diugstore. Twenty-five. cents fumigates only the hest drugs. The Postoffice ni"ce accompanied her and will attend i Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
a large rt in. Drug-sinn', .
the kindergarten f=<'h'H>I.
iI I Pro and Mrs.': II. D. Fuller returnedyesterday Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
from their trip to the World' I
"'.\\TED-\ from fourteen to
"air. an.l the doctors attendant- boy

he meeting of the National Dental A.:- seventeen years': of age to learn the FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

oriatlon. The only thing to mar the' printing business. A good place for ,

Jeasure of the! trip was the illness: of the right 1oy.ppl; at the Star offue.
THE LAST ROSE OF SUM IER Mrs': Fuller ahuut the time the j-artj' I and Mules for Sale. Horses

vas': 1'.atlr'to return home. which detained R. B. Clark of Rock Springs,: was in Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. '
the doctor WE-Ek. I(
a : town today ns was': S. D. Martin of i iYOlk.

"'. B. Falls and amp Mahoney I
Mr. Norman Kerr came up from of WiKlwood and Dreal of Cotton I J. R. MARTIN & CO.

Tampa tod ly. en route from Cuba to .Plant and Gabe Priest of Daisy.Nunnally's I
meet Mrs. Kerr. who has been on a tripto II II I
Scotland. They both proceeded to'
: Candy is still the !'tan,1-1
2OOLadies' Veirsdalt- to be the guests of Mr. and :ir,]. Better than all other. l,'ause

I Mr;::. A. W. Allan AUind.ile.. fresher, and then only 60c. a pound.At ;
the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. : .

Adam of South Lake Weir, who -

]has l'hartof: the old Dr. Chace orange I COMPANYR.
Shirt WaistsIn Carmichael and Son Co. keep
:jro\e. now owned by Mr. Wilson of
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
Gainesville .was in the city today and
supply every two days, delicious, pure, B": CAMPBELL, Manager. 3
iep<"'rt= a fine crop of oranges and one ..
Assorted Colors and all sizes worth $f j Georgia: creamery butter, 25 cents per ,of the prettiest groves in the state.
ice. Phone No. 37.
pound kept on
Gas and Steam
to $2, which we have put on sale at i i I I WANTED Plumber. Good steady: ; Plumbing, Fitting

Mr. Peter Duri!'oe of Conner was in ,position for the right man. Address, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
I town today and made the Star a pit-as-
R. E. Yonge and Co., the leadingplurber I c l"
i, ant call. This is the first time he has
visited Ocala since last February. He
59CentsS Telephone 15. Postoffice Box 922.
i.tme over with Augustus Holly the
:Mr. Shoikley of Lowell was in town
I blind young man who goes: to the St.
I Augustine .',hool for the deaf and blind 1'today with another load of his superior SANITARY PLUMBING,

to perfect his: training in tuning plano i' sweet potatoes. This mad sixty GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
]t.u' this week. Off of less than
which he is excellent
at making pro- ELECTRIC WIRING,
!'two thirds of an acre he has sold 160
gress. Mr. Holly expects to finish': thiscourse ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,
We have about tOO of these waists this j-ear.11': Dursoe remarked 1'tJu-td*. and has four more acres to INSTANTANEOUS WATER HEATERS,
dls. He says sweet potatoes at ;5c.
window. that the reason he did not come to
displayed in our corner of WIND MILLS,
.- bushel mean a heap money.
I town oftener was becauhe had the
Come and .. WOODEN TANKS,
get one. :
best: crop he has had for year; Later
left today for Arcadia STEEL TANKS,
William -
II Mr J. D.
II I h? will have plenty! of fine syrup.
I to take charge of an orange GASOLINE ENGINES,

>:*.l at that place,
p-.i-- ret.ntlpurcha ACETYLENE GAS PLANTS,
r Ini sr.t the house in order for Mrs. .
f Subscribers to the Evening Star are 1"''imam.::. who will go down Tuesday.Ocala .
THE BOSTON STORE requested to pay no money to the carrr will be sorry to lose these ox- HOUSE HEATING PLANTS.

boys. Make your payments at the t:-Ie-:1t people but wishes them success
orflee 0: by writ DittingCo. .i n their new home.

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Volume JO, No. 93 OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1904. -'t5 a Year in



Excepting His Name, There is Nothing The United States Has Had Two and

Swinish About the Big and Judge hid trouble with my bowels which [m4 my
Texan extern Hi*! remedy tate could remove pimrlei i tried
New Goods to the Teapot, Curarcu. ud treat wu my JOT whra the
: *di *ppe red fir a month I *teidr Bie.
From the Philadelphia Record Judge rerommemtal them to all BIT fneotu and

Xew York, Sept. 2&.-ExGon'morI10gg ocratic .,J.a tPusc p9Q Park A,Sew" York City,N.T.

of Texas, once famous as a trust cently

White Seal Codfish in Three.PoundBoxes I buster, but a millionaire since he struckoil I visitor on Best For

in Texas, has come to town "on a Xew York The BowelscartoYC.Tttaxrtc "
jThey Beauties. Come and See the,I
fun trip and to get something good to are the

Fat Salt Mackerel Dutch and I eat." as he says. lof red
As he referred to the gastronomic I \ Latest Styles. of the
Bloaters purpose of his OO-mile trip, he patted "When I

his five-foot girth and added: I i judge to hi;

Royal Scarlet Lobsters and Brownie: "You think we are all bronco busters ]I than yours

Salmon and bad men in Texas, don't you? I and in

I'mph! If we killed one-half as many l stincts .Palatable,Potent.Taste Good.Do Good,
I Sicken, Weaken or Gnpe. e,tie,511r.fcever
men in Texas as you do here in Xew W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY in school. in balk. The genuine tablet stamped CCC.
DILL PICKLES AND GARLIC t*cure or jour money back
York you would) be getting out a redheaded Ii I learned I Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 600

/alnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and extra every minute. that I was UAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES
"That isn't overstating the case a bit. I When I

, Shelled Almonds You thrash out papers by the ('artloadenr THE ONE PRICE HOUSE I had a good .

minute now. I5y the eternal I I and -

and,I' don't know what you do it for. Nobody my fighting I
ancy Evaporated Peaches, Prunes I
could read ''''m all. I don't do anything I ous life." FAIR
but sit over at the Waldorf and eat I "But you

and try to read them, and it is all I can THE SOUTHERN RAILWAYFlorida AN INGERSOLL ANECDOTE I color of }'

CAPE COD CRANBERRIESFor do to get through the headlines. the visitor _

"And do you know half I read is : I j "No,

Sale At- about women being murdered. Whatin has the advantage of having,I I I One of the Few Instances in Which the I hair is all In J-gal. cans, $..

the deuce do you want to kill the direct connection Jacksonville Allowed the {and my
a through !, Story Teller Agnosticto I J5c.
pretty things for? I'll bet a long-horn- ,
as he can
with the Southern Railway, one Get the Best of It I
MPOT GROCERY jed steer that's why you haven't any I i high i I: Ibs. good Rice for $f.
of the of
greatest systems railways in. .
babies here. Wallace Macfarlane and Col. Robt.G. numerous

I "Do you know, I tried to get my the United States. This road enters I Ingersoll opposed each other in a I "We've A fresh stock of Fancy
the gateway of Florida and gives to :lawsuit in Pennsylvania in the early
friends here to show for I "
me a baby dents, said
travelers from the state the very best 'SOs, and in its course heat and acri- I Crackers.
I hal not seen one since I came. They Jackson,
UREMILK connections to all points in the United I mony developed, says the San Francisco -
I hunted for one, and finally showed it to States There is no more progressive crats."
Chronicle. Mr. Macfarlane, it is I Creamery Butter 25c Ib
me. It was in an incubator! Think of railroad in the South than the Southernand hardly necessary to say retained the "That's

I It! its management has won for it the dignity for which he is justly celebrated I don't yon when
Pure Milk and Creamare quick delivery
"It was only about that long (meas- greatest favor from the people of Flor- although sorely tempted to retort I a third r i you
the greatestof uring off some ten inches with his ida as well as all other Southern States. harshly to the shafts of wit of his gift- anything for dinner.
among In the city of Jacksonville the most ed adversary. Presently, when Colonel
massive hands) and they called it a I
table delicacies. Theyare valuable terminal facilities are owned had in his
baby! I thought it was a bug, with Ingersoll pleading been more
by this road and the merchants of the irritating than before, Mr. Macfarlane CALL PHONE NO. 110.
both RICH, PURE and its legs kicking as a doctor held it on city as well as the othE.'r great inter- broke in with; I t

if the palm of his hand. ests of the state, find its facilities for "Have a care, have a care Colonel X* HALL & RAYSOR
WHOLESOME suppliedby "If New Yorkers didn't murder ,
you handling freight unsurpassed. The Ingersoll. Remember your theology; Foley's
your women you wouldn't have to raise very best passenger and freight sched- recall the story of Ananlas and Sap- Proprietors.
your babies in incubators. We don't ules are operated and in the winter phi ra. Have a care, I say!" people's I

THE HERMITAGE DAIRY do it that way in Texas. We have beau- when the Xorthern tourist seeks the "I well remember that story," retorted colds colds and

tiful, healthy women down our way, sunny climate of Florida this road the colonel. "In fact, I have been 'cures monia.
GEO. B. TYLER, Prop. 'and families! Gee! you ought to see takes a pride in the magnificent char- considering it every time you spoke, f[Ind..
acter of its tourist trains. As an evi- expecting to see you drop."
them. They would fill a barn lot. months
dence of the progressiveness of this -
"How many? Oh, anywhere from company and the excellent facilities I prepared
For five to twenty, never any less. Xo, I which it affords to travelers it may be sician

have only four, but-Say, won't you pointed out that it handles more than improve. I
WATCHESAnd J. E. Cover, 101 X. Main Ottawa -
street and Tar,
its I
YE1He come over and have something? ordinary share of the travel this
summer to the great St. Louis Fair ando Kan., writes: "Every fall it has ,, Sold by the
No loss of strength,
iFla. appetite
the mountain and seaside resorts been my wife's trouble to catch a severe -
REPAIRSGO A GREAT SENSATIONThere from Florida. The most elegant trains I cold, and therefore to cough all headache1, constipation! ,

TO- was a big sensation in Lees- operated anywhere in the United winter long. Last fall I got her a bot- i THE breath general debility, sour ris
are operated by this road and States I tle of Horehound Syrup She used It and catarrh of the stomach are
vllle, Ind., when \\-. K. Brown of that
F. G. B. WEIHE it a most delightful line and has been able to sleep soundly all due to indigestion. Kodol cures
place, who was expected to die, had part of the South and to points fur- From the This
night long. Whenever the cough trou- new repre
his life saved by Dr. King's Xew Discovery ther north, where its lines
The Jeweler reach. The 'Now', this
bles her, two or three doses stops the the natural Juices of digestion
for Consumption. He writes: Southern has good connections from who
"I endured insufferable agonies from Florida to all points and the serviceit cough and she is able to be up and I And they exist in 2 healthy stomach

:Asthma, but your Xew Discovery: gave gives to the state is a most valuable well." :!5c., 50c., $1. Sold by the AntiMonopoly bright with the greatest known tonic

HANDSOME STOCKoF 'Ime immediate relief and soon thereafter one.-Times-Union, Jacksonville Fla. Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. fears. reconstructive properties. Kodol

effected a complete cure." Similar Sober and Cure does not only cure In-

cures of Consumption. Pneumonia, I his and dyspepsia,but this famous
I Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. i I So
cures all stomach troubles by

PALL & WINTER I and Guaranteed It's the lung peerless remedy the Price Anti-Monopoly for SOc.all and throat$1. EDWARDS BROTHERSAT he locked: Drugstore."I :, purifying the mucous, sweetening membranes and

Drugstore. Trial bottles free. "Open the the stomach.

in the


She Began Talking, She Talked way;
have now in the handsomest and I Too Much i I have not

most up-to-date line of Piece Goods for nor (
I Little Gertrude's fair young auntie Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis So open the
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall :took her to the hotel for dinner the to
other to show her
evening off, says
and Winter Wear, that has ever been The angel
the Chicago Record Herald. Gertrude ;

offered in Ocala. Call early, see the i lives far, far away. and had just beenbrought WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY I"Xow looked tarry
Goods and Styles, and make your selec to !'t'eunt Grace and grandma. while
She is unusually sweet and beautiful -
tion. Many years of experience. Ev- said.
I and everyone who sees her saysat AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON Kodol
ery piece of work guaranteed, and the once: Then he

Prices are in keeping with the Goods. "Why. what a lovely child and how FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 book
much she looks like her auntie." And this

Jerry Burnett Auntie Grace took her to thefashionable o'er to WHAT YOU EAT
I there:
I place where she ant grandma -
Gives Health to the Sick and
:[ board during the
summer and as ".
\ thousand
Merchant Tailor. Strength to tile Wtalc.
I I they went ui the steps: to the broad vain

I i\eran-l.i. who should hurry forward to Of hearts only. $1.00 She holding VA ticMf
1.11. WILLIAMS I Per-haps[ IT: IS NOW TIME words the trial size,which sells for SOc.
score by B. C. DeWitt A Co., CUci(0.
I ty that hail attracted him. and then A

CARPENTER AND BUILDEROffers :I again open ihaps in Auntie it wI'n't.n'wa Grace's cheeks 'took the I For Everyone to Lay Out Plans for Fall I f j missed place; I by WM. ANDERSON. Ocala.

on aleeper tint than they
his services to the people of usually
I I (If love
have, and it is well known thtat Mr.
We Offer Assistance to I
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. Activity our i we've
i \Vallinsfnni has even forgotten about I
If recommendations and good work II W. Catman& Co.
I his automobile when watching her enter II IJA thousand .
count, then I feel capable to make estimates i the iliiiin room. All the Hustlers. I mood
"Well. well," will find a well selected stock of
said the I
and carry them to a successful i gvntJeman I about;
I holding out .1 hand to the little jrirl. thousand at
Issue. J. D. Williams.
1"1 iliiln't know you had a younger sis- & CHAMBLISS tears !
Xo. 13S, S. 2nd St., Ocala Fla Mi"s 1'rewen. Won't you please MTJNBOE'' I'-\ doubt. CARMAN & CO'S.,
introduce me? j I Of j"sts that
Main St., north of city mar-
"I haven't but I have
an older sister. of joy
SCream I
This i ic her little girl. Gertrude, this Bankers. IOf words
is Mr. Wallinsford." flings -

VermifugeTHE "Ah. Miss Gertrude. I am very gladto 'I down.
meet you. Won't you come over here Ocala Florida AND VEGETABLES,
I and sit down Sadly the
and tell me all about CHICKENS AND EGGS
GUARANTEED I where you live and how you like it said i
here? "Your '
the place and rest assur-
Little Gertrude suffered herself to be more.
will treat
WORMREMEDY led away, but after being provided with But the you right.
.t seat she found a ribbon that seemed .
: to be very much to her taste and have
proceeded to chew it."Come Are written
> sweetheart." protested Auntie -Do }' City Hall P. 0. Box 314

1 Grace "you mustn't do that. Can't you
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. say something Mr. Wallingford: tell DRESSEDSee Now this is R. HUNTERr
I' him about the doll you forgot to bring who
eiNuiNt rmnnio ONLY st And winged
I Taking the ribbon from her mouth, .
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. I little Gertrude, ignoring her auntie's or Phone fears.bright . ..GUN-. .
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore I suggestion concerning the doll, said: But he must -and--
"I've got a new pair of garters on. B. H. SEYMOUR he has
i just like Auntie Grace's and tht"art" scroll

the beautifulest you ever saw. Do How he
J. A. Colyer Bros I 'ou-" 25. Ocala Frat I I hearts
Cut that was where the combined PHONE! NO. soul a Specialty.

; efforts of a brave and
Merchant Tailors nun a l.1dfair I
j '
jI I were rewarded by the subsidence of I' : CURES
Hare in stock one of the finest assortments I little Gertrude. /%*%/ /\ /W VW \
of suitings for holiday suits [ < j .
ever presented to the Ocala public. I BEST REMEDY-FOR CONSTIPATION !I VVORMS1JXIITOJJCE j! I, says G. : W."His" Practical

Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning : I
I "The finest remedy: for constipation :i .. i fever for
dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall I ever used is: C'h.lmloto'rl.lin'stomh'h: j janj For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. Willt find anything TER AND BUILDER
and winter suitings to your liking Liver Tablets:' says Mr. Eli But- til he used ;
:aT AXlrt DR'C'GGSors I II' estimates made all
;Irr t.f 80LD on contract
Best suits for the money in town. In Fr.inkviile. X. Y. "They act g-nt- keep house
iy and without any unpleasant! effe-1. I Prepared by"++ .____JAMES. F. _BALLARD_ .... st. Louis. I too much for Gives more and better work for
spection solicited. No. 3, North MainSt -----------------
I anJ leave the bowels: in a perfectly nat- I than other in .
For Sale by the Anti-Monopoly and all Other First-Class Drugstore., ti-Monopoly o&ey any town.SiaGjF
two doors north of Ocala House, ural condition.''

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THE COLORED PEOPLE'S flourishing enrollment condition exceeds for 400.a and beginning.The everything -. !! SOUTHERN RAILWAYWorld's ,i FRESH "" E7gTS: : :AND: GAME: :

DEPARTMENT : i:? bat to earnest work. The : A THE CITY MARKET

principal! has the co-operation of thebe
!'t itiz'-ns I In the city, and: he has Fair Route. : We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef. Pork. Mutton and Sausage

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor d. .ellent corps of teachers. Success i to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to

:'J them in their years work. I orders and quick delivery made. __ ,_ W. L. JONES, ProprietorI \

.L. Green the tonsorial artist and THE BEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS. iI I i -

lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft
and sweet and my hair-cut is the best. t .i.... .. .i.i.i .... .i .. S.

I have two of the finest chairs that turn I Superb Dining Car Service.

very: way. Razors fixed in all styles.all i STOPOVERS, GOING AND RETURNING: AT ATLANTA, KNOXVILLE, ISEAOARIr[ I
? and: be con.inced.est Broadway
next to A. Smith.

The Ocala Assembly Xo. 119, Royal I AIR LINE RAILWAY
" Benefit Society, meets at Masonic hall High Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous BlueGrass :

,n Thursday evening at .:30 o'clock. I Region Lexington and Louisville.
.. FOR
ill members are urged to be present Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Class Day Coaches. Through Pullman ..

10 pay their dues, and attend to other I Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to St. Louis. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern PIne,:|

'natters that will come before the meet- I Folders rates etc., cheerfully furnished upon application. 2 Raleigh, Richmond Washington, Baltimore,

;ng. By order of the speakerelect.The I J. C. LUSK Dist. Pass. Agt, 108 W. Bay St, Jacksonville Fla.
New York.
J Philadelphia, J

burial of Rev. Lunnon Roper was
attended yesterday at Santos M. E. I 9 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 9t

,'hur'h by Rev. W. O. Bartley. Rev. I H

Roper was one of the pioneers of theM Seaboard Express
E. church in Florida and: he died in I

""-' I full triumph. His funeral will be attended : Seaboard Mail. :

on the fourth Sunday in Oc-

k i Look out for the big entertainmentat September 15th to October 15th I

the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday 9S

night, October 3. There will be a cake TO ARIZONA, ] I : ONLY LINE OPERATING

1\-dk and pie eating contest and wew CALIFORNIA, .

'II have three boys to dive in a tub of I i OREGON, WASHINGTON, : Dally Through Sleepers from Jacnson- ;

syrup for a dollar. Refreshments of ville New Orleans.
Er .111) kind will be served. Admission, .

Los I. Tompkins, manager. Via the I.- .
i *or full information and Sle.per ReierrAtioni, call on any Agent

-- I Seaboard, or write .

ONE OF MANY MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAYVery i A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, -

II A. Tisdale of Summerton, S. C.. I low rate tickets will be sold from all points to California Jacksonville, PJa.j .

suffr.refor- twenty years with the Arizona Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and the Northwest j 9 s. C. BOYLSTJN, JR. Putenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla. .

Piles Specialists were employed and I daily, September 15th to October 15th, inclusive. Liberal arrangements : .. .e.e.e.. I. P. .. e..e. .. ..

many -em.'dies used: but relief and per- I have been made for side trips en route at very low rates.
ni.i'ifin good was found only in the use
will also be allowed in California and the Northwest
of D..\Yitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Thisis Stop-overs i I
only one of the many many cures I'I Write for detailed information. No change of cars via. the Missouri iI II II I

that have been effected by this wcnrful i I Pacific. I

i"- n-medy. In buying Witch Hazel : with- Atlantic! Coast Line Railway Company
I Tourist Sleeping Car every day, St. Louis to San Francisco ;
If you want to have a swell time go Salve it is only necessary to see ; I

to the Odd Fellows' hall Monday night. that you get the genuine DeTVitt's, out change. j Ij Ii
made by E. C .DeWitt & Co., in Chicago .I I. E. REHLANDER, i TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904
Don't forget the entertainment at and a cure is certain. DeWitt's ; MISSOURI Tray. Pass. Agt, I
Witch II.iEel Salve all kinds of i!
Mrs. Marie Ruth's next Tuesday nighT. cures PACIFIC xo. 31 West Ninth St.. I
piles cuts burns bruises, eczema, tet- DEPARTURES FROM OCALA
u-r. ringworm skin list .ises: etc. Sold i RAILWAY. Chattanooga Tenn. i I
The Jacksonville canitval ia coming.
William Anderson. Ocala. Fla. For Rochelle, Palatka Jacksonville and
Remember to take the old reliable S. by I .> _,:_0- ..'.d '_ ..., ,. :< .: ..., :-.: ; .: ....--itI .
A. L. TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon, Atlanta -

'MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS, I II I ,! Nashville Chicago, via Dixie

A special entertainment at Mrs. W. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER, JI I Flyer route.
L. Jones' on Tuesday: night. All are !
invited. Has opened her parlors opposite Mar I !BrooksTRAIN

tin's stable where she is fully prepared I I NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. ville. Tarpon Springs Clearwater.

Let the members hear the bugle call to do all kinds of fancy and plain Belleair St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
to duty tomorrow Mt. Zion A. M. E. !i PARIAN PAINTHas
church. :'dress making in the latest styles, at i Tampa, and intermediate points.

short notice. Cutting and fitting a spe- TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction Homosaa-

Don't forget the entertainment on cialty. Your patronage is solicited. sa and intermediate points.

Monday night at the Odd Fellows' hall. Live Oak.
Been Used Successfully For Juliette, High Springs
Swell time
boys. HOUSES FOR RENT TRAIN NO.45,10:10 A. M. Dupont. Waycross and all points east

TVildwood camp meeting is the pass I -. .. and west.
word. Rates over the S. A. L.. com- : Toby Moore house-11 room.
i 1 TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosaesa
mencing October 6. | D'Omito house-10 rooms.

The revival at Mt. Moriah continues Seven-room house, two blocks from I Heir Experience nn Object Lasson.STERNBERGER and intermediate points.

with unabated interest. A glorious dayis : court house. Trains No. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. .

expected tomorrow. i i Two 3-room cottages, close in. 0 & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana oa

i 1 One 2-room cottage. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 p. m.
There will be an entertainment at
All of these houses are in good con- I For full, complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car
Mrs. "'. L. Jones' on Tuesday night I
;dition. Apply toSternberger & PHILLIPS I arrangements sleeper reservations etc., call on any Atlantic Coast Line
for the benefit of the K. of P.
; and Phillips, I agent or address

There will be a grand entertainmentat i, Xext to Anderson's Drugstore. T. C. WHITE, Division Passenger Agent
Mrs. W. L. Jones' on Tuesday nightin I M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG General Pass. Agent
the interest of the K. of P. I IlL
XOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I .- -. .. '- -- Wilmington North Carolina.
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Monday night there will be the i! Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- II I
cream of entertainments at the OddFellows' I
|! ter 4S88 Laws of Florida.
hall. Be sure and go.

Keep in the special rates to Florida East Coast Ry. Ii
memory :
the Wildwood camp meeting, commenc- ; Notice is hereby given that W. G. i TOO MUCH MEDICINE
Meggs, purchaser of tax certificates Xo. i
ing October 6, over the S. A. L. See I
bills. 1S4, 136, dated the 2nd day of November LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.N08THBOtlK&UAD I _

I A. D. 1S96. and 243: of October 3, I
There will be an entertainment at ; 1ggc, has filed said certificates in my I It tOUTMBOUW-BEAD DOWI. U?. I The System continually wronged by overeating and ovtr-drlnklaf,

Mrs. Marie Ruth's on Tuesday night i office and has made application for tax i I '".29t I STATIONS.40kLr Ho.63 1 rate : and the debilitated condition aggravated by dosing
for the benefit of Pt. James t
Episcopal ; deed to issue in accordance with law. I DaU7'1 Pifly. \\DtUj. with harsh nauseous drugs and medicines ,

church. Admission, 5c. ;i Said certificates embrace the > | .....,............... JMk ou\iii e ............. ........ A. It /.. TWIUf, ,
followingdescribed i 89I 949ai.......... ...............50Jack.lonT111..L. Stlt
Tuesdaynight there will be a grand property situated in Marion ,; 10AA,..........,.................Bt-AuffOtUu.. ... ....?............... 7 40. JWp Headaches. Dizziness CoIIJtpat
11 os:. ......... ... ............... Hastings............................. II 51. 804p :, The eiceulra! and Indiscriminate use of domen. Side. rod the skin become)
entertainment at Mrs. Marie Ruth' county, Florida, to-wit: Lots 4, 5, 7, 9, < : '" .....................E. fttfttktt............... ......... ..... e N. I tip J these food cannot be too if stronglyindemned tallow p.1111n and the yellowish Ri/bt rough and Itchy. Take
the interest of fr=t. James KpiscupaJchurch. I i42&1. The you eat. properly
: Admission, 3c.; 12. 24, sec 3 tp 12, r 24, an.It.i of neU j I t U lpAr! ...........................Paiatka..........._. .... ........Lv 810 a 413p I ilest d. li all the tomo you need. J after or meals 3 CALlrXKNIA and in a short PRUNE time your AYERS liver will
I11aLr ...............,........I'&latkA.A i li needed. The food
sec 2, tp 12:!, r -3. The said land being' 1 :, 7t6& ECCp Only common sense be performing its proper,function, driving the

Things are looking curious about the assessed at the date of the issuance of J: 130 1 SttpUr.( ............. ............San Vaio ..........................L..-........ loot _: (lowed tvst be digested to clog. and Presene the bowels your must health not by be bile from the PRUNE sTstpm. vTAFEBS-M us. nothing but CALIFORNIA Othe
drain of Tillery. Many things are being such certificate in the name of R. D. j ,.., .. tOft'Lr ................ ..,.baA .teo..A. T 66. I tip I resenting these conditions. medicine is necessary.

unearthed if all reports are true. Harrison and unknown. Unless said ; u2t a!.Jtf ......................... Neoaa ........................LT -866. t C3p- Constipation surely leads to icdijrestion.! bflHisness. CALIFORNIA PRE WAFEP.S. if taken
L-t me tell you, "Mind how you walk Ejpnp 13 $0 P .............................Bancells. ............................ 011: Ita p etc., and these conditions when, as directed will positively cure the most obatt-
certificate shall be redeemed according 1: ....... ......................Duponv................ ............. 5 i 23& 84.0 > eglected aect! the condition of the blood cate cass of Ind.aestion.: Torpid Liver.Constpiiion. !-
>u the cross. IBS .............................orm.-' Buis 3C3pucea ttbliitate the system rendering it susceptible : Biliousness, etc., so as to stay cured
to Law, tax deed will h:sue thereon on .. ..... ,nd..I. .., s more serious at menti. anJ less ab.e to
?? POUp 1 r. ......... ...........Lay: 4COt > e3 ,
The members of Zion M. E. church the 14th of October A. D. 1904.Witness 1 tap.............................FortOran.'....................... ...... 4 1li. I t3 tsU: such attack CALIFORNIA PRUJfE WAFERS do the
day I eJ 2 C ? ............................};..". m1r.I..,. .......... ............. ia8tla. t 20 p K your stomach has been abused by orer- yor.ritb.ut: the slightest lain, gripe or
Ire uijitd to their full duty tomorrow.It my official signature and srp..............................,.0al 11111.............................. : 151 P Gang, weakened by drags or sickness; you najseaThey produce natural and euymovemPnt
is pastor and >rt''i.ling'Mer's day. 5 es 10"p. ................. ...........1"I&u1\111e....................._...... 313& l1ajl on't have to stop eating nor diet rour, :f. cf the bowels, are easy to take
l seal this the 12th day of September A. II 3: p'.......... ............. .Ueoa. .............................. 2 11 a 12:1 p Jl you reel is something that will aid the pure :and: healthf: :aL
,.n cii-h member. : iCSp4l .. ..JUu dalar.! ............................ Ula eina constantly irritated by undigested tuxL pill or better than cathartic: teas that
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.XOTICE : ss2 t l! p ll..I.. ...... :'te1.oarne..M.! _................ 1 44 a 11 61 a be purest and simplest: remedy tor thi> pur- and p-ir/e.nauseate: better than anything formf"ID
1 Ma] : ., ......,6'be3tlan.............................. 12 t4. i 11 W' a OS*is the CALIFORNIA PKUXE WAFER'. s. gripe the brsre.s: because CALIFORNIA
-A. ,Yo Walker, the world champion 10214 a !L ..................... Lu.-i'.............................. 12 (Ca 10 Jla natural dis> l\"tntmade from the pure f' sauit. rJLXF. WAFERS are a natural dissolnnt
....... ................. ............ and of the
,haver and hair APPLICATION FOR t liiISSi : 1)1. ...1': r: rce. _.............. :1'i p lOloa944t a general laxative sweet -cer and not a purge acting cently and catunlly
cutter. Sharing; 10c.; OF 112 i.........................."..Tibbuls, ..........._................ 11 Zpl l 868.I a Stomach-no other: medicine is Lotcessary. on the contents of the bowels producing easy: ('ut. 2jc.;:; ; honing razor, ::;c.; con- Tax Deed Under :Section; S of Chapter I fT t3 (e ISy Z'J' ...................................J.r;:5en.I1.M................................. 11 11 Up CD I <1. When you are bilious! it is a si'n that: your b;>. stomach movement.c'.easje They the regulate system the and purify liver and the

i ave razor, 73c. Work done up to date. ISIS, Laws of Florida. 160 a t3r-I............................. .atuart................................ 11:1Aeo.. liver is out of order. and the from joisosom th" body blood.. care all Bowel Troubles Bad Breath
i Clay-1 t 12'; r. ? :ip ................. ......finO. band........................... ;: 3ip CSt Instead of being excreted the b.ood. IU dive him a call. No. 113 X. MagnoliaSt. Notice is i hereby given that Lula | 4T ) flp. ........... ........ ..........._......... WH ? 848t through the intenin'-s.' is taken up eaire in; Head hl I'lmples and Dizzine A live
.... ............. WPaizsEeach. ... ............... As a resj.t of buiousccss. the systemsera. :
., next S. A. L. ton. purchaser of tax certificate X,). 54a1 f4-4pa .. ..... .. .. 32p 8 15 a7M this Ao- tmicjnm.\-tturt s laboratoT). 1 ju Wafers,26a.California .
169 eI S C3i>i ............... .............B yntcn............................... $1: p There ae rripiM pass in
1393.: ;; dated the :Srd: day of October, A. t 00 119 ? .......................... .Pelriy .... .......,..........".M. I eip 740466lt
I:.-t'. and Mrs. M. X. Xewsome t 7 t 80 SCipl.I.................... ......Pt Lauderdale........................... 1 01 P ,
X' h Carolina arrived D. 1'!9S, has filed said certificate in my /2e /3p............................. HI ta'1dae:! ............................. 1 2p I Ma '
': 1 in our city yes- office! and has made application for tax .48* 1 t6 p ... .................".-....Lemon Cit/............................ '; D p 630. Prune \Y afers
t"r'l iy. R*>\'. Xewsome is the n.?wlyWtl fog. .55pAr.......... .... ........ .!: ...... _...................Lv. 1CJlI l 60SAJTFOHD .
,. pastor of Covenant Baptist ded to issue in accordance with !l.nv.SfltJ : I I

.huiih. and assumes charge tomorrow. certificate embraces the following BKANCH.MTX ': ORANGE CITY BRAICH. Extracted from the Fruit, Sweet and Pure, Easy to Take and Warranted to Core
AM'I members are urged to a full attend- described, property situate 1 in Marion .'t ". t.ounty. Florida to-wit: Lot 1 ,
We subscribers {. see 14. tp 15. r 22.:!:! Th-> said l.-.r.'i. T 05: a'Lv......... TlttOv1l1. .........Ar :: :: a p110 1 a< t.v .F. !myrna..ArI 2f'! 't Ie 11 ALL LIVER TROUBLES
hope our and advertiss being assessed: at the date of the issuance i 183 iii.r ......... ().'el.'u..H 1.s.: I 3 $ lBa Ly L.hHih,11, 11:PI O : p
will kindly remember that this 1M ..I.v......... B.I.e-rige..A r 11 f\I.. i.-: 11 !, 'Lv f"ae Cly.Ar' 1 "Ep C II p
of such certificate: in tht n..nA ,)f 180 a..Ar ..... cNt..rd ......... L7 l' bre.a I I Yp 1145& Ar Or. City Jo Ly lBP1 I IS p
i is th- first of the month and their {duesu
.- in order. A special collection will C. II. Brooks. Unless said ".: tj1o:.:!-? 'Ih26:- .O.2 1rIo.' i hs-17 : M. 18 No.20 f Nci.2Z f\I' g. ; hi. t 100 WAFERS, 25 GENTS

bt> i' .i.te each day from now until TVedi" shall be redeemed according to !,.w tax tll and+ Daly ; AypoRT: 11' t'.lDj7
Da1y. rseeJ! I Ii Day DI:1 Bf1M7OH.exaa Dslly I D1il1 Da ly Tsu cm ext -xhit m tins if yn follow: eaci m"al With a CALIFORNIA PRUJffi
's-'. ly. and we hope to have no blanks deed will issue thereon on the >liyn eta; 1, !'\c1Cl1 !wandy: I 01Iy WAFER which q'lIC.V.Q."O: ; -no-ti6d.irestibJc:: food and helps to carry it through and
Woof us; ia a Semi&&1 i.: .... .IX m aagr.wiuoa Ue slightest (*d.gripjig or&MSO*.
'-1" t'xeuses.Th October. A. D. 13'4.Witness 1 3J I 4S pi t :: I 9 :'J: s'Lv; l'c&&ou'e A Y b) al 140 a':' 1 : pI II' I f: p
t U 0 c: y' 'U 1.1 p G :9 -t n Jsassoncti a ea S : si: 11I y 1:3 p. s..z p
official l pismtur: ani
social given by the }'oungpeo- my 1 pi 1 'JiJ': : S3 p Z f"J p 1:. .->h.! &ach. 020 A 5 wa 11 l: p' e *: p'' tip
!..' seal this the liti.iy S-r'tembr.. A. }.71: 'tip' en. Ishd' 14 a! Atltstio B koh i iXp 4 li ., ? U 'IU+ .5 PI, IH pj I H p
social .
j club at the home of Mrs.M $: Y t3 1-' 5 5: p S 1 i.j a,Ar. Uiyport LT 40ba| TMa:2C3a! + : Sip lac p
D. 1904. .'. T. Sistrunk. i
E Mid.ilebrooks was quite a pleasant :

affair. Various social carries were Clerk Circuit. Cvurt, M-irion Co Fa.! PENINSULAR AND OCCICENTAL! STEAMSHIP COKXECTIONS AT UIAKI.COHtiiSTIOM H. R. HUNTER ,

.turactions! : of the evening. Inters- -----
{>'-: -<-.1 with music: and refreshments.The WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL kOla IUD U Ml..Xt WITH STUB!"" OF THE P. A 0. I. I. COUPANY) POI SUCCESSOR TO G. A. HUNTER.

guests were delighted.It RATES TO ST. LOUIS; HAVANA AND KEY WEST

is a shame how the inr..g.ud '
people act Locksmith
I IUa and
Tables tt tims VhliK Iftfau te eted te arrlre aid Gun
e .bY a a4 say rs dtt6't
to the .erious: illness: f old On each Tuesday in September, 1304, .. :
K ;: lot theirs i ral or dcpcrtan ti the UICM tuvsl is acttpuaraalee&
Brother Alfred Dernrson. Very ilttle tickets at special low round trip rates ; ap&.y hold lutlf reApootibW (or fcaj1 AUy or any eoateqaent nccf thr-

attention .aside from the tonally Is will be sold via. the Mobile and Ohio : i Ii I REP AIRIKfi A SPECIALTY

raid. tbl* old brother: Beraeraber one Railroad to St. Louis from :'lontgom-1 r 0*,r .* th. LOCAL nan CAS; or Other IafbnD...... t,
thing we are &11 gratvyura traretersend I FULLY GUARANTEED
cry points f BE2: THI TIOSAGENT."
judgment aooa and daughter i
East. Apply to Mr. P. S. Hay S. i
E.I ; .....t. (Ha. B'1' AUGvw 'ur7 Y & Hall Ocala
j waa spas t Opposite City Flory
Howard Academy is certainly la a P. A., il. & 0. R. R., Montgomery, : ,

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C. Byars of Louisville is at the CatholicAt I EAST FLORIDA i II Ii I

Ocala House. ly a .m., Sunday the feast of the Washington, Oct. 1.-Fair tonight and II
rosaiy'of the blessed Virgin will be Sunday. I
C. I. Trowel of Jacksonville is at the I cel' ;ratIn: the afternoon at -I:3.j, I OCALA SEED STORE
Montezuma today. I i r _truction and the rosary. All are .I
cordially invited. ;, STOESSEL'S UPPER LIP IS STIFF i

T. J. Capers, a popular shoe drummer Rev. D. Bottolaccio, Pastor. ; -
is at the Ocala House.J. 1 But Port Arthur is Nevertheless in

H. Donaldson of Cincinnati is a Methodist +:| Desperate Straights

late arrival at the Montezuma.I. 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. ; St. Petersburg, Oct. 1.-General Sto- I 11.. \., ...j',.. .'.. ..... ..,..,.I ,.;- .'" ..... '.. ., .;.."........'1..1'/.11111".
11 a. m.-Preaching and Lord's sup-
1 iessel has finally refused to yield Port
Wertheim a popular traveling man per.
Arthur as all expected he would. A
of Savannah, is at Montezuma.. 3:30 p. m.-Epworth League.
friend of his said today: -Even if instructions -

W. D. Bogart of Fernandina is in thecity ';:3(, .p. m.-Preaching. AntiSaloonsermon. were sent him to capitulate I We are now ready for business for the fall .

today, a guest of the Montezuma. he would surely follow the example of
The public is invited. A welcome to
:Nelson, who promptly turned blind on I
J. E. Plandon, a prominent citizen of the stranger within our gates. the side of the signal telling him to

the county, is at the Montezuma today.J. Grace cease fighting." ;trade and are better fixed for it than ever before -

Episcopal I Russia is now following developments I
M. Young of Inverness was among '
9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. | with bated breath. It is fully

the}-.visitors at the Montezuma }'esterda 11 a. m.-Morning prayer, holy com- !i recognized that the situation at Port I We will name only a few articles to

munion any] sermon Arthur is rapidly becoming desperate.

Will J. Carey of Mobile, Ala., Is in ';:3(, p. m.-Evening prayer and !ser :. When the moment arrives that the I

the city today, a guest of the Monte mon. i ships are forced to leave the harbor the i attract attention
zuma.C. Junior Auxiliary Monday, at rectory, : water question will become doubly serious your :

I 4 p. m.Class. as their condensers wil no longer I
J. Rodgers, one of the leading business I for Bible study at the recory j ibe available.
men of Palatka, is at the Ocala Thursday, 8 p. m. i The supplies of munitions and coal We have the most elaborate supply of

House. in spite of denials, are also running I
Presbyterian i short. The anxiety here is great. Xo '
Thos. J. Peterson was among the visitors I Onion
in Ocala yesterday. He stoppedat 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. ;| illusions are held as to the widely serious Sets ever brought to Ocala.

the Ocala House.D. 11 a. m.WorshIIl.Anthem : effect the fall of Port Arthur will

"The Lord have.
A. Strand of Barnesville, Ga., was is1) Light"Earle ,! I tOO bushels of Florida Grown Rye. Order

among the prominent arrivals at the Sermon. Beautiful teeth can be had by using |
Ocala House yesterday. Duet, "God is Love"Mrs. A .E. Ger- either Pearl Tooth Wash or Powder;
II ig and Mrs. Lapham.Communion. 23c. at the Postoffice Drugstore. j,
will be (ate for won't last
-Mr. Atkins of Georgia; the only quick or you
and irrepressible Is at the Ocala House I
All cordially invited and a hearty j|IHE' MIGHT HAVE
for today and Sunday.
welcome. I
Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Miami Is visiting -
Christian I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ir.Earco Pkaleigh, X. C., Oct. 1.-Dr. ThomasD.
at the Savoy Hotel.L. 9:30: a. m.-Sunda school. Hogg, an aged and prominent citizen
We have full line of all kinds of
11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. Subje.t here was run over yesterday by a a CabbageSeed
S. Smith of Cleveland, 0., is among : "Church Polity."
freight train and killed. Dr. Hogg is
the visitors in Ocala today. He maybe 3:30 p .m.-Junior Endeavor meeting. I I
to have laid down
reported on the
found at the Montezuma. Human.:45 p.Heart.Preaching." Subject: "A I track, and as once previously he had Big Boston and Immensity Lettuce, Col-

D. M. Goronto, A. V. Long and T. W. attempted to take his life, it is supposed -
We invite all who have not a church
well known of I this was a case of suicide. He
Fielding legal lights I
Starke, were at the Ocala House pes- home in this city to come and worship I was 81 years old and was a large prop- lards Turnip Rutabaga and all field and
terday.T. with us. At the evening service we will erty owner here and in Xew York City. ,
look at the human heart as God looks Temporary aberration of mind is

McBeath and charming daughter at it. and get a better understanding of supposed to have caused the act.
Miss Mary McBeath, of Oxford, I ourselves, and all the vice and evils of His body was cut entirely in half garden seed, and we assure that the

are among the late arrivals at the this life. in the Seaboard Air Line freight yard

:Montezuma.Alex. 7:45 p. m.-Wednesday evening prayer by the tender of a backing engine. His
meeting. Open to a.ll.Baptist .
friends say that death was accidental
St. Amand of Charleston and
his feebleness causing his fall before
Arthur Harris of Savannah, were well
the tender when it was within four feet
known machinery supply men at the is First-class
9:43:; a, m.-Sunday school. of him. Quality
Ocala House yesterday.F. .
11 a. m.-Morning service.
P. Wahnlick. the well known representative Sermon, "Guardian Angels." WORLD'S FAIR RATES

of Parke, Davis & Co., of Anthem "Praise Waiteth for Thee"

New: York, is in the city today on bus- Xavirovitchskiroffskilaoini shrdluldrr Via L. and N. R. R.
iness. He is at the Ocala House Xavirovitchski. And Prices
Excursion tickets now on sale daily RightWe
6:45: p. m.B. Y. P. U. are
Joe L. Earman, the popular repre- Subject: "Preparation for succeeding from Ocala to St. Louis and return.

sentative of Robert W. Sims, Jacksonville others. J45.55-Return limit December 15

is among the business visitors in Leader, Mrs. J. W. Aikin. $38.00-Return limit 60 days.

town today. He is at the Ocala House. 7:30 p. m.-Evening service. $30.55-Return limit 15 days.

C. F. Brown of Boston and H..C. Sermon, "Guardian Devils. !I I Corresponding low rates from other fcaqe also a small supply of Valentine, Refugee and
Anthem, "Vesper Hymn"-Sudds. I I
Pratt of New York are among the points. The L. and N. is the best line
Northern visitors in the city. They are Solo, Xessler's "Abide With Me"- to St. Louis.
Mrs Clarence Camp. Wardweifs Kidney Wax Beans for fall planting. Our spring
making their headquarters at the Ocala For rates, schedules and sleeping car
The ordinance of the Lord's supperat
House. the close of the morning service.At reservations, apply to J. M. Fleming,
of beans will excell stock of beans dandled here.
all services seats free and a cordial Fla. Pass. Agt., 206 W Bay St., Jack- supply any ever

MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP welcome to all. : sonville, Fla., or C. L. Stone, G. P. A., -

I Louisville. I
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is DENSMORE, HAMMOND TAKEN UP
the best. It sweeps away and cures
TYPEWRITERSJust Dark bay mare, blazed face, right We also do first-class
Hums, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Ulcers I
Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's Received at- I hind foot white up to ankle; marks of I Ii

only 25c., and guaranteed to give satisfaction OCALA MUSIC COMPANY i, saddle on back. Owner can have the

by the Anti-Monopoly Drug- j I animal by paying for her keeping andi
,i i this advertisement. J. C. Perkins

Shady Grove Fla.
G. W. Baker one of the prosperous I

farmers of Oxford, was in the city today OCflLflWAGON I GROCERY BUSINESS

and reports a fine crop of Japan- !
f!'e cane, which he will convert into

syrup. Xext season he presses to enlarge WORKSThe j' v THE Shp

his crop from two to ten acres. c

only device that does the work TEXAS PACIFIC
right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala

B. f. Horton. Sulphur Springs. The most complete Wagon, Buggy and pRSO RAILWAY r,4 e AND SOLICIT YOUR TRADE.

Texas, writes. July 12. 1S99: "I have used Carriage building, repairing and paint
in my family Hallard's Snow: Liniment ing in Central Florida. All kinds of

have proved and horehound certainly satisfactory.Syrup and they The: I Blacksmithing done The Great Eastern I I Our goods are fresh and our prices are low. We buy

liniment is the best we have ever used W. F. McATEER
for headache and pains. The cough II III Proprietor., and Western Line II Ii I i grain and feed stuff in car lots from the west, and are in a

syrup has been our doctor for the last ,
eight years." 23c", 5 the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, O 'aJ.l. position to compete with any house, we care not who.

Fin.SEABOARD I I i Georgia Southern TEXAS and LOUISIAA We will take great pleasure in answering inquiries about

& Florida Ry

I "Suwanee River Route." NO Tl ul'BLE TO'El! l1CEsTluN' anything. We will give you any information about anythingin

AIR LINE RAILWAV t ,__ __'n' __ Direct Line to

j CU)'" Flyer Quick Step NORTH TEXAS I our city that you may wish to know, and we invite you to

Special Rates h. .. _,n ___ II I.

$ 5.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., and RETURN. Lv.Pa'.atka.: ..,_ 550pin "IZiam NEW MbXICO send to for anything want if do not it
JacksQnville .. 7 yl I' m 7 ;S Ii n.Ar. us you --- we carry we
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April ,yaldosta lll p m 11 'M' I' m ARIZONA
.\I' Tifwn. 1 3a 1:1 :ii i
25: ; limited to December 15, returning ; .\ Cl\rdel. .. :145 amI.m !! p p m m that of.
I ". A. L. R\. and iI i will get it and send it and see your interest is taken care
\ .Aml'rlru ..... i Sri/ a m. 3 oa p mAr. I
Tickets sale to uIlbus .. 12ii 1l l'i m
on daily
beginning April I' P CALIFORNIA !
.! AI' Montgomery .... ,... ... i f>5 P m
:: 5; limited returning 60 days; from'I G. S. A F. Hr.tAr.flanm I !
.... .... 340am 4lt0pmGFOSSIA
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return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays |,, \r.\tlanta... .... ..I ': n am. ; ropm.t' ., 1 Our Seed Catalogue
,\ Columt.u, ,I 7 (03 a m''. .
and Saturdays; limited 60 days. :! Ar Birmingham ... 12 :.'0 m. .. General Passenger Agent :
\t'. Memphis ...1 I lIii I' m. .. .
J2S.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- s. c. sr. L.Ar. Dallas Texas.
I Marietta ..... I 9 11 a m 10 13 I' mAr. i
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand Chattan\'j:8. ..: 1 ('.' m 1053 a m
Saturdays. Limited 60 days. I \t'. ash\1lJe II 5;; P m' .1 13 I' m will be ready in two or three weeks and we will be glad to mail
ILL.CEST R. R. i ii P m:
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the Ar.:t. t.'UlS ." 1>2 Ii m, Lowest Kind of RatesCALIFORNIA I
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principal resorts on sale daily: with i L. .\: S. a. R. I you one if you will write us a card asking for it.
Ar. Louisville ., 30 a m 12iO P m
extreme limit October 31. 1904. i AI'CincInnatI :41 amI:: l'll m :
c.&E.I.Lr. 9
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I solid trams from Jacksonville to )!acc>n. i
New York Oct. 1.-William R. Hearst :; Trains from I'alatka' connect at Vaidosta with NORTHWESTFrom ; Yours very respectfully,
trains north from Jacksonville
iul! be nominated to succeed himself
Local] >:"Jtt'ro on Dine Fljer train for Ma-
as representative: from the eleventh: 1 con.remaining r in depot until 7:*'a. m
distru-t. Judge Parker was instrunienlil Pullman Buffrt sjeepmg! Cars from Jacksonville Sept. 15 to Oct. 15,
; tot Luis via above route without
in !'upprt' !'ing- the opposition which change of car on Dine: Flyer! J'ua-; J904.
hid grin to the candidacy of MrHearst without man* finest i-haijt,,.I't'.ns* on sane train to Chicago OCALA SEED

and getting Tammany to con- Eor schedule souilibound and other hfor.matlon.l.jdreos C'hf'ilPn war: ana round trip tick- j

snt to the nomination of his mot active J H RAFF'l'ERY.DistrIct els on various dates to Texas, Okla-i i
opponent for the presidential nom Pa-senger Agert.11V Bay vrelacbsonvi.Ic. homa. Xew Mexico an! Indian '
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Or C B RHODES'. tory. Through tickets from all
Genera. Pa-ser.per Acent. Macon.GaEOIEYSKIDNEYCDRE. to J. F. Van Rensselaer, grnera- I
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toilet soap in the city at :23o.: a cake !
Pacific Railroad 13
Palmer makes it and: Gerig sells it ..t Companies j
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Sweating, Blistering, Itching, Achin / fired Feet usurpation. It Is said that "this order affairs by us is limited to the single office -
of enabling its : pie to work oat
was made in the performance of a
CURED their: own p' din ai i and national: destiny
duty imposed upon the president by for themseKes free from the coercion of

act of congress" but the )Iro'isiollmaking any: European state

ROYAL FOQT WASH the imposition is not pointed! Reform In Governmental Expenditures. I .*. First Class Meals

out. The act to which the order referS Twenty-eight years have passed since

REMOVES ODORS OF PERSPIRATION' FEET, ARM PITS, ETC, which Is the one relating to pen- the Democratic party of the state of New

AT ONCE. STOPS CHAFING. sions to civil war veterans, does not York in convention assemulej recommended -
to the national Democracy the CAREFULLY PREIDelicious
authorize pensions on the ground of I
Samuel J TilJen
nomination of its
%5<:. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, or postpaid from Eaton Drug Company, as
age. It does grant pensions to those candidate for the presidency and declared

:Atlanta Ga.Money "suffering from any mental or physical it to be "their settled conviction that a

back If not satisfied. Write for samples.Mr. disability or disabilities of a permanent return to the constitutional principles I Hoi
frugal expenses and administrative purity
J. A. Addleburg, Riceville, Tenn., says: "Royal Foot Wash gives entire character, not the result of their Of the founders of the republic is the first

satisfaction and does all that is claimed for it" own vicious habits, which so rfcapacl- and most imperious duty of the times Dining Room open un

tates them from the performance of the commanding issue" now before the attention given to <
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people of the Union. This strong ex-
manual labor as to render them unable pression WES called forth by the national the market offers

JUDGE PARKER'S to earn a support" This specified expenditures for the year Is7i, which prep
Ar.iy'nd; Navy. requirement of Incapacity Is in effect amounted to J274.000.OuO-a situation which. short notice.

LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE We are Justly proud of the officers set aside by order No. 78 as to all per. in the opinion of a majority our pea
ple, justified an Imperative demand for
and men of our army and navy. Both sons over sixty-two. reform in the administration of public

(Continued from fourth page.) however, have suffered from the per The war closed nearly forty years affairs. As the expenditures of the last Dumb Waiter C<

sistent Injection of personal and political ago. In the meantime! many of our fiscal year amounted to the enormous
Promotions and appointments total of rS2.0K.i.OOO: it is evident that a Skilled Cooks Attractive
Reclamation of Arid Lands.A Influence. soldiers and sailors long survived the ,
thorough investigation of the public service
vast expanse of country in the I have been frequently based on age of sixty-two and passed away and the immediate abandonment of Special Price to
West, portions of which are to be foundIn favoritism instead of merit. Trials without receiving: any pension. Skillful useless and extravagant expenditures are
and court martlals have been set aside more necessary now than they were then.
pension attorneys hunting tbrough
each of the sixteen states and territories ,
; This astounding increase Is out of all
under circumstances indicating political the statute, failed! to find there a provision THE.CARMIGH
mentioned the law, Is directS proportion to the Increase of our popula-
Ij affected by the national statute-the interference. These and other giving a pension to all who had tion and finds no excuse from whatever .

abuses should be corrected. reached sixty-two. Many prominent i aspect we ,view the situation. The national -
outcome of Intelligent and persistentefforts
platform declares that
of leading citizens, providing Pensions For Our Soldiers and Sailors. veterans urged the Justice of congressional "large reductions can easily be made in At McGraW.P.ED

to: the reclamation) of the arid lands The national Democracy favors lib- action giving a service pensionto the annual expenditures of the government -

for the bent-tit of home seekers During eral pensions to the surviving soldiers all veterans. Kills to that effect without impairing the efficiency" of
any branch of the public service. Can
and sailors and their dependents on were introduced congress. And not
the years of the development of the there be any doubt of the accuracy of
measure which finally rweived the vote the ground that they deserve liberal until March of this year did any one this statement? Between the expenditures

of every member of the upper house treatment. It pledges by its platform ever claim to have made the discoverythat of the year 188C. amounting to J24iftxt.Oij -

Of congress it encountered opposition. adequate legislation to that end. But the president had power to treat }. and those of the last fiscal )'ear- At the C'
the seventh after Grover Cleveland
bncd to large extent he view It denies the right of the executive to the statute as if it read that when a ceas-
n upon ed to be president-aggregating $;S2,1ti.O'O.there ; :? .
that the aim of its promoters was ta usurp the power of congress to legislate claimant had passwl the age of sixty- I is a difference so great as to excite Fresh Meat Poultry |

secure the ln-m-fits of irrigation to I on that subject. Such usurpationwas two years he is necessarily! disabled alarm in the breasts of all thoughtful ,

attempted by pension order No. one-half lu ability to perform manual men. Even excluding the sum of JjO.OuO.QH .-
private owners at government espene.TLe paid for the Panama canal: rights and in S<
aim of the statute is. however, to 78, and effect has been given to It bya labor and therefore entitled to a pen- ;i to the state of Panama: the expendituresof

enable this vast territory to rwlaiaj: congress that dared not resent the sion. the last focal lear exceeded the sum
__ _n The present pension commissioner indicated Of $.j JS2.0ifi:: )-j), being more than double theexpenditures
Its and lands without calling the and
upon of the government for all City Country]
his view of the order when In t
of the :
taxpayers country at i.ine to purposes during the first year of Mr.
pay for it. Whether! the purposes of'' a recent address he thanked the presi- i Cleveland's administration.

the bill will! be fully accomplished must dent for what he had done and advised I, The expense of the first four years succeeding Free Delivery
FOLEY5SKIDNEY his hearers to use their influence that the last Democratic administration -
depend in large measure upon the abilIty amounted to the enormous average ,
sobriety of judgment, independence a law might be passed to the same ef- i I of Jjll.uuo.uiD;; per jear. This large ex- ,

and honesty of the officers of the fect. Full confidence, after all, seems t penditure was due to a considerable eItent '
not to have been placed on the defenseof ': to the cost of the Spanish-American I
interior department having this great ;j war, which occurred during that period. ,
for it Is in
justification pleaded
work in !'
charge.In But the termination of that war brought !
191.12 the main canals and ditches mitigation that a former Democratic! no relief to the treasury, for the average
president did something looking in that I annual expenses of the government dur- e
In the region affected aggregated more
direction. Even If that which ling the three' subsequent years ending
were so,
than 59,000 miles, nnd the work of reclamation Junk 30. 1904. were about J519.000.000. which
but in its infancy. The tGtal la not admitted our present duty I la the largest sum hitherto reached durIng -

cost of construction of the necessary would be none the less plain and im ;I a like period since the close of the
perative. Our people must never tolerate i civil war. Death Hea.lth11(0.2KJ'1
Lead dams main canals
gates, of or
the citation of one act of usurpation | This draft upon the revenues the
ditches, reservoirs and pumping sta. i country has had the effect which might
tions was at that time a little o"erU3OUOJOO of power as an excuse for another. ;! have been anticipated, and now we have
CUREWILL The first nay possibly be due to t presented the reverse of the situation. Locust Street,
$ which of itself
suggests 8r.Louis,Mo, March! 25, 108.I .
mistake; the second, beng! based on which led to the famous observation. "It
the hundreds of millions that
may is condition and which
a not a theory
the first, cannot be. In explanation, was a victim of sleeplessness and extreme nerrotuneM
eventually be invested in the territory i confronts us" for. although the present for eighteen months,unable to get* proper night's rest and
covered by the statute. The magnitude however, it should be said that the or- Incumbent found at the close of the first I feeling tired and worn out continually. I wu easily irritated
der relied on simply provided that the i fiscal year during which he assumed control I rranwTWlOBe* and hysterical at the slightest provocation, but Wine of
of the conception and the enor I Cardui gave me great relief. Within a week after I began
of the administration a surplus of receipts -
age of seventy-five years should be re- tint real rest that I had had for months. My
mous expense its ('arl'"injoout involves I over expenditures of more than using it I had my good night's appetite
garded as evidence of Inability to per WILl soon restored,my general system toned up and nerroosneu became a
make us realize the overwhelming im CURE 1191,000.000. there was an excess of expenditures -
thing of the past. s* / -%
form manual labor. Few men are able over receipts at the close of 1 to acknowledge AfJ "
am so fr//
portance of a broad, capable and honest JLL T
to perform manual labor at that age, I' the last fiscal year of (42,000.000. and the the great curative merit of your health iSru/lslMQ fjlft /XXfaC//
administration of the work authorized but nearly all men are at sixty-two. official monthly reports made by the ,1jnlmadlC1A.andJl&dl1endor..IL CauuuUDIU OF BOIOB! No. OT.WlN .
by the statute if effect is to be givento ofKIDNEY I I treasury department show that the expenditures
that part of the plan that relieved any case The first order is based on a fact that i are continuously and rapidly

experience teaches; the other is based Increasing, while the receipts are dimin
the country at large from ultimate lia-
on the assertion of that which is not ishing. CttRDUl
bility. i In this connection it is interesting to
true as a general rule. !
note the recent administrative orders forbidding -
Panama Canal. The old inquiry "What are I
you goIng government officers from making
An isthmian canal has long been the to do about it?" is now stated in a I public any statement of estimates on

tope of our statesmen and the avowed or new form. It Is said by the administration based.If which. future appropriations are to be We want tp call your attention to the complete and immediate relief

aim of the two great parties, ali In reply to the public criticism a man of ordinary intelligence and Mw. Best secured by taking Wine of Cardui. Within a week after she betaking

their platforms in the past show. The of this order, that "it Is easy to test ,I prudence should find In the operating expenses gait Wine of Cardui Mrs. Best had her first good night's rest for

Panama route having l>een selected BLADDERDISEASE our opponents' sincerity in this mat I of his business such a tremendous eighteen months. Her restlessness was caused by nervousness and Wine of

the building of the canal should be ter. The order in question is revocableat percentage of Increase, would he not Cardui, as the best menstrual regulator, has no superior in the world as a

pressed to completion with all reasonable the pleasure of the executive. If promptly set on foot an inquiry for the medicine to soothe a woman's nerves Nervousness and hysteria are warnings
of the and take immediate
cause waste
is secured the end
of the approach of insanity and if relief not can
expedition. our opponents come into power they measures to stop it, especially when
the With such outlook as this before ,
be the an
only asylum or
The methods by which the executive can revoke this order and announce trusted employees have been found dishonest grave. Wine of Cardui trial.
refuse to a
reasonably give
and convicted and a widespread no suffering woman can
acquired the Panama canal route and that they will treat the veterans of
have for in vain. Will
impression exists that a thorough investigation It brings a cure that thousands of women sought
rights are a source of regret to many. that is sixty-two and seventy as presumablyIn may discover other cases of mal- you secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today and start treatment?

To them the statement that thereby a full bodily vigor and not entitled to l feasance? When the chief executive reported All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.

great public work was assured to the pension. Will they authoritativelystate : to congress that "through frauds i
and and shameless '
forgeries perjuries by
profit of our people is not a sntiu-ient not beyondthe that they Intend to do this? If i briberies the laws relating to the proper

answer to the charge of violation of so, we accept the issue." conduct of the public service In generaland

national good faith. They: appreciate This suggests the suspicion at least to the due administration of the post-

that the principles and healthy convictions reachof that the order was made to create an I'office department" have been notoriouslyteiolated'
there was a general popu-
which In their working out h.wmade Issue; that It was supposed to presenta lar demand for a rigid, sweeping InvestI-

us free and great stand firmly! strong strategic position in the bat gation by congress in addition to that un- I

against the argument or suggestionthat ; tie of the ballots. But as the makingof dertaken by the executive himself. Suchan

we shall be blind to the natureof medicine.No that order was, in my Judgment, an congressould Investigation the not Republican permit, althoughthe majorityin MANLE88 LAND

the means employed to promote oar attempted though perhaps unwitting minority insisted that the interests of

welfare. They hold that adherence U croachment upon the legislative power good government demanded it. And the

principle, whether It works for our and therefore unwarranted by the constitution minority was right. The liberality pa-
triotism and national of the ,
good or iII, will have a more benrli the challenge Is accepted. If should not he made an pride excuse for people waste FOR LANDLESS MAN

cent influence on our future dos.tiij elected I will revoke that order. ButI of the public funds. Official extravagance

than all our material upbuilding! and medicinecan go further and say that, that being : is official crime.

that we should ever remember! that done, I will contribute my effort toward There is not a sentence in the Repub- And for him whose acreage Is limited because he cultivates a
lican platform: recommending a reduction
the Idea of doing a wrong to a smai! the enactment of a law to be passed by in the expenditures of the government, I high-priced farm. There are vast tractsIN

@r, weaker nation that w('. or even till do more.WAS both houses of congress and approvedby not a line suggesting that the increase In

mankind, may have a resultant gji.1 the executive that will give\ an age the cost of the war department from J34-
Is repugant to the principles (Mo.ti) in IsSC to fllS,()"),(',) in 1:>> should be THE GREAT SOUTHWEST
pension without reference to disabilityto
inquired into and not a paragraph callingfor
which our government was founded. GIVEN UP TO DIE the surviving heroes of the civil a thorough investigation: of those

Under the laws of the United: States war and under the provisions of whicha departments of the government In which i Within stone's throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation

the duty is imiwsed on tie B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St.. dshor.rsty has len recently disclosed.The .
executive I pension be accepted with dual
may which manless and be secured at one-fifth to
their are practically can
p.'pi.however, ran by votes I
Evansville nd. writes For !five
to proceed with due diligence; in tl\' : over
ty because of the consciousness that it .
if they desire! it. ord -r such an investigation ,
work of -oii-itmeting the canal. That years I was! troubled with kidney and one-tenth the market price per acre of an "Old State" farm.
comes as a just due from the people and Inaugurate a policy of economy I
bladder affections which caused much
duty should IM promptly )performed. me through their chosen repre pain and wornI lot tiesh and was all this will not be accomplished by IndorsIng I

American Shipping. run down, and a year ago had to and not as largess distributed by tho at the prills th- U-ablican majority I Territory, Oklahoma and Texas.

Our commerce in American 1"JUtl1,1iiamount abandon work entirely. I had three of chief I'xcrutlv cf the house at nprt-M-ntatives: which refused ,

!> to but S per cent of our tota'exports the best physicians who did me no good Foreign Relations. the I inves-tiputi'-n and made tht. ap- '
and I prripriati'in.r I'r coitiriuirK in jiowt-r, VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATESTo
Tor was practically given up to die.Foley's .
and imports. s-evt-nty The foreign relations of the
; government the ai.nmistration! which made the dii>-
years prior to lv,!'>, when the 1I': lu\-\ KidneCure was! recommendedand have In late years as-uu.vil bur"l'm'nt' !<,
the first bottle gave me great relief, any Southwestern point every Tuesday in September, and the
lican party came> into I'II\\"t'r. our merchant and special importance. Prior to the acquisition Kf-fnrm in expenditures must be had in
after taking the second bottle I
was broth the civil military: and naval estibITOer.t3 -
1st and Zrd Tuesdays in October and X
marine carried; an average of of the
cured. Philippines we were '
entirely in ordt that the national: ex-
73 per cent of our foreign com men e. practically! invulnerable! against attacks per.diturea may be bnr.ipht to a basis of ovember.

By 1S.7 it had dwindled to 27 I'l'r'nt. TWO SIZES, SOc AND $1.00. by foreign states. Tho-i tropical peace and the pvMrr.rntr.t maintained Rock Island I

Now we carry but a contemptiblysmall possessions, however if"(") miles from without recourse tu the taxes: of war. GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT

fraction cf our exports and our shores, have changed all this; and Conclusion.I 1
ports. 1m-I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY have in effect! put us under bonds to have put aside a congenial,: work, to' Sysleii) Gen. Pass. Agt., Disk Pass. Agt.,
whi'h I had expected to devote my life
American shipping In the I The Postoffice Drugstore, Oca'a keep the jieace. The new conditionscall in order to assume as best I can the responsibilities Little Rock, Ark, Atlanta Ga.

trade was greater by over 100,000 tons for a management of foreiini affairs : your convention put upon meI

In 1810. nearly 100 years ago, than it the more circumspect in that the solicit! the cordial co-operation! and ,

was last year. In the face of the con- THE Il'C'ntmerican invasion of foreign; generous assistance of every man who
believes that a change of measures and
tinuous decline In the record of American markets in all parts of the world has cf men at this time would be wise, and

shipping during the last forty- Grand Millinery Openingcf excited the serious apprehension of urge harmony of endeavor as well as'

three years the promise of the Republican ell the great industrial peoples.! It is vigorous action on the part of all so'
the- minded. Atlantic Coast LineWORLD'S
party to restore it is without encouragement essential, therefore, more than ever i
The Issues are joined, and the people
The record of the Democratic BR(3ADWAYMILLINERY to adhere strictly to the traditional must render the verdict. :

party gives assurance that the policy of the country as formulated by Shall economy of administration be demanded 1 I

task can be more wisely intrusted to STORE its first president and never, in my or shall extravagance be encouraged I
It judgment wisely departed from-to invite -
v Shall! the wrongdoer te brought to bay I FAIR RATES
It Is an arduous task to undo the effect Begins Thursday Sept. 29 friendly relations! with all nations by the people or must justice wait upon I

of forty years of decadence and while avoiding entanghne allianceswith political oligarchy?

requires the study and investigationOf 1904. any. Such a policy: means the cultivation Shall our government stand for equal I

those best fitted by experience to of peace instead of the glorification opportunity Shall it: remain or for a special!government privilege of ?law or. First class excursion rates to St. Louis

which does not Wait for the Broadway liIlinet'tore's )- cf war, and the rr.lndlr.g of our own *
find the remedy, surely I become one of individual caprice j8r..a.J1 |
He In the granting of subsidies wrung I grand fall and winter openingof business In lieu of spectacular Ir.termedfillr.g we clIng to the rule of the people j and Return:
with the affairs of other nations.It shall we embrace beneficent despotism? ':
from the pockets of all the taxpayers. I the latest creations in Ladies' and
mem strict observance of the principles With Calmness and confidence we await! I

Investigation of Government Depart I ilisses' Ready-to-Wear and Dress of international law and condemnsthe : the pe"p''s! verdict. '1 $45.55 final return limit Dec 15

ments.Recent. Hats, and High Art Millinery: goods. d.- tr.r.e! that a great state by reason If cato! the office of president I'. ,

disclosures, coupled with the The buyer is now in New York Citranu'.lckr.g ) propriate of Its the strength sovereignty, may er rightfully territory cf- shall all consider the peor.e myself: and the not chief of any magistratetf f-nnion $38 final return limit sixty days

rapid augmentation of government expenditures the districtsfor and shall ever te: mindful! of the fact that ,
great millinery a small state rn account of Its weaknessIt ,
show a need of an investigation this occasion. On our opening date means for ether American states that there on many are honest of every department of the government we claim no rights and will assume no ,
we will have exhibition .v In thft patriotism! good sense and
on over one functions save those cf a friend aai cf I
The Democrats in congress | ats".ute: er: f"rty: of all the peofle I j
i I hundred designs and patterns in Walking an ally: and; defender as against European shall: striv to her that' he <
demanded It. The Republican majorty !- egressions It means that we repudiate remerr mar Special ten day coach excursions at very
and serve hU party best who series hs cou.i-;
ly-to-\Vear Hat, the largest -
refused the demand. The people ; tote role cf the American continental policeman -
can determine their In November : and grandest assortment ever that we refusto act as debt tr;: test
by vote I* it t-o the w! h of the people! that I low rates
collector for foreign states or their citizens -
whether they wish an honest I show in Ocala ty any millinery dealer. that we resrect the Independentsovtreipstv undertake the duties of the presidency I :
mjIt with Cud's he! t" ,1".otf'aU
and thorough investigation. A Demo- \Ve invite your inspection. cf each America state and pledge and to the? Jjtcs of !! Through sleepers from Jacksonville to st. Louis via Montgomery and
cy jowrs every
crane and eXl'Cut1'e1ll j crier ani otherwisereeuate
as- Us right preserve
congress '
L. M. Qaarterman, Internal affairs in its this exalted oSc Very truly yo'irs Louisville and Nashville P and "Dixie Flyer" route.
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Manager Millinery Department cAn way, &zd that any intervention: 1:11a ; For further Information see F. J. Huber, Agent, Ocala"ra
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Thee is an Old Saying, that "There is Nothing New !

Under the Sun," but in the Past Few Days the Sun has

Been Eclipsed, lot we are Receiving and have been Displayinga

Most Beautiful Line of Dry Goods.



Our Buyer has Returned from the North, where the Market was Open to Her,

and the Goods which are Now Arriving Daily are Evidence of Her Good Taste'

and Skill in Making Selections.We .

want Your Trade, and we are Sure that if You Trade With Us Once, we .


will be Able to Hold It. We will do All in our Power to Make our Relations


Satisfactory, and we Wish to be Known Truly as



OCALA BAND OF MERCYIn memorandum and "goose" cards, $1.50; -

tye pins $2; ribbon and pins, $2.50; Did More Harm as a Prisoner Than John Alexander Dowie the Chicago
News of the Death of Almost a Cen Mr. James Freeman moved
last weekto
presenting this, our first annual books for prizes $1.50; postal cards ,I When Free fakir, is planning to establish a New
75c.; "Our Own Animals," and other f tenarianMr. Shady, where he will farm with his
report, and balance sheet, the secretaryfeels Zion in the South. It's dollars to
that a short statement as to the literature $3.20. Total $20.20. Bal- Vladivostok, Oct. 1.-The Danish I doughnuts that Dowie doesn't know son-in-law, Mr. Ed Gaskins.Mr. .

growth of the B. O. M., taken from the ance on hand $1.40 commander of the light-ship near what the word Zion means. C. S. Gates received news the Stone of the A. C. L. carpentergang

minute book, may be suitable and Bouxlre Islands, reports that the Rus- past week of the death of his grand-
was here Saturday.We .
teresting to the committee. in-I I CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY sian torpedo boat Rechitelni. which father, Mr. Warren Straight, of Wy-
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAP are glad to see our young mer-
Our band was formed on June 6, the Japanese took from Chee Foo for oming, R. I., in his 98th year

at Grace church rectory, presided over No one who is acquainted with its the purpose of taking it to Bouxire Miss Jennie Briggs, a former South chant and postmaster, Mr. Grantham.

by Rev .H. W. Little as president of good qualities can be surprised at thegreat sank near the islands. Before sinkingthe A brand new, up-to-date Americanized out again. He is getting In his fall
the newly formed association. Twen- of Chamberlain's I Lake Weir girl, and the youngest child
Encyclopedia Britannica for sale
and has
powder magazine aboard explodedand goods a large and varied stock.
ty-senn boys and girls were enrolled of the late and
: Cough Remedy. It not only cures colds Captain Mrs. Elizabeth
thirty Japanese perished. cheap at his office Mr. J. B. Martin, our naval stores
and silver to them
badges presented and grip effectually and permanently, Griggs, has gone to Bowling Green,
by the president. I but prevents these diseases from resulting I =::.:c. -"- 'C:_-c.-=: ----=:...-- man, left last week for St. Louis to
Ky., where she will make her home
A few rules and regulations were in pneumonia. It is also a certain CONSUMPTIVES MADE I visit the fair.
adopted, which have been found to with her aunt. Her sister Miss Mary
cure for Whooping coughis
COMFORTABLE The citizens here generally signedthe
work well. not dangerous when this remedy is I Igin'n. I. Eriggs, accompanied her, but will

On June :24! a very interesting spe- It contains no opium or other I! shortly return to resume her sitpationin petition for the proposed Ocala and
cial service was held at Grace harmful substance and may be given i Incipient consumption is cured by O.K.Grocer: Leeasburg road and hope It will be
Foley's Honey and Tar, but we do not Smith's furniture in Ocala.
after which many other church'l as confidently to a baby as to an adult. I passed on favorably by the county
hold out false hopes to consumptivesby Mrs. Dr. Swann, whose critical illnessfor
tained badges. We then It is also pleasant to take. When all
'I' that it will cure this dread some months past has been noted in commissioners.
thirty-se\en members and fifteen associates of these facts are taken into consideration -
I, disease in the advanced stages, but if the Star, is very much improved, so John L Carney. Jr., who has been
it is not surprising that people in
I the lungs are not too far gone Foley's I as to resume, partly, her household duties -
At of the band held several
Au- I weeks
a meeting foreign lands, as well as at home, esteem spending on Heather Island -
gust 7, the I Honey and Tar will effect a cure, as it y and hopes soon to be able to resume -
young people were requested this remedy very highly and very returned home Saturday
stops the racking cough and soothes her practice.Mr. .
as many as wished to prepare essays few are willing to take any other after i I
on "Kindness." to be sent in to having once used it. For sale by all'i! the inflamed air passages, giving thema I E. L. Stafford and family are due Mrs. D .L. Grantham, mother of J. L.

the secretary by October 1. druggists.AN chance to heal and even in the advanced I here today from Ocean Grove, X. J. Grantham, who has been with him here

On New Years eve a large gatheringof 1 I stages it always gives comfort ) The services which were suspended during his illness, returned home last

our members and their friends met and relief. A. A. Herren of Finch I Lemons during the rainy season, and more re-

at the kindergarten, where an interesting OBNOXIOUS OFFICIALThe Ark.. writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar i j centl yon account of the death of the Tuesday.

program was carried out. and I I is the best preparation for coughs and I pastor Rev. J. G. VanDjke. will be Perry Bush will leave Saturday for

sixteen new members and associates grand jury of Levy county, at '! lung trouble. I know that it has cured I'2 resumed next Sunday. Sunday school Tampa where he has a position with
I consumption in the first stages." Suld Lemons will be at 9:30. and at 10:45/ sharp Rev.
received their bodges. its recent session, did not find it necessary | the Southern Express Company.Dr. .
On April 9. 19<>4, a meeting largely I make by the Postoffiee Drugstore Ocala I Lawrence Jones will give an address.
to a general presentment 1-1.1'1 J. M. Eagleton of Ocala came
:itteniled. was held at the armory, whenthe
I but asked for the removal of Decatur I down
Tuesday afternoon and the
prizes=, etc., which I I THE ORIGINAL spent
were competed ALL ALONG THE LINEt. Lemons i
I Pittman. justice: of the peace for the I
for for essays on 'Kindness" were afterwards I I t i night with Mr. Bush. He has a large
I fourth district on the ground of 1 I
presented bv the president. In-I i Foley & Co. Chicago originated orange grove at Xorth Lake and was
I ? Frter: >burg_ Ou. 1-The war of-
competence I
ami t\\elve new members also receded II 1 j i Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I I much pleased with the prospects.J .
flee has received from
I just u dispatch ,
their Kidws. TEN CENTS A DOZENAT remedy. and on account of the great
On June **. a melon fete was held I A PROMINENT TRAINMAN I I Mukden reporting that the battle about I iI i iI I I merit and popularity of Foley's Honey I .M.: Blair will move to Okahumpkeein

in the rectory ground and it appears: I I that place began yesterday evening. I I{ and Tar many imitations are offered a few weeks.

a matter of historythat: it was: a sue-j! The many friend of G H Huwn.' The Japanese opened hostilities by delivering THE- 1 I I for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey I

v t's,.. though not tinanl' ally. The proceeds I engineer L. 1W.. R. R. at present 1 the distinct attacks at as many I! and Tar and refuse any substitute CAUSE OF LOCKJAWLlckj.l

= were desired. as you know for I living in Lima. O, will be pleased to1! points along the Russian front and offere as no other preparation will
the purpose of distributing humane : give the same satisfaction It is mildly I
Know of his from threatened flank. ",
recovery \\ or tetanus, is caused by a
huiature to those unable to obtain it laxathe It contains no opiates and
I kidney diea>:e. He says: : "I wa cured I O.K. bacillus or germ which exists plentifully -
in any other way.Of by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I'iieconiinend is safest for children and delicate T'H-I) in street dirt. It Is inactive so
course much more in detail could all. I ROBBED THE GRAVEA I sons Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore -
to especially
I train-I long as expoM-d to the air. but when
be added this and j I Ocala. I'la.FLEMINGTON. I
to very simple matte men, who are usually similarly afflict1ed. : ; 1'i carried beneath the skin as in the
ot fact statement. but there startling incident is narrated by'
is i .
nOj by the Pot-toffice Drugstore,
wounds caused by percu!'!'ion caps or
Heed to multiply words. John Oliver at Philadelphia as follows: j FACTS
I Ocala Fli.R. by: rusty nails and when the air is excluded -
So f..r as we have gone our work has : ______ ___.__ I "1 was in an awful condition My skin I; GroceryCLflRK ;
1 the is aroused to
i activityand
--- '. germ
: Hot weather is the order of the da
i almost sunken ,
| was yellow. ti>ngue'coated
b-1 a arried out on the lines we all iwvV eyes rreduces the most virulent poison
,i for and we have the satifav-j I j FULLER, j i pain continually b.r k :in>l !i Farmers are buy harvesting ha '. known. These germ may be destroyed -

tn'r of truly believing that many of our 'iside*. no i appetite and srrowms,; w'.Ik-r Mr. Wise of Morrlsron was in our and all danger of lockjaw avoidedby

young friends are faithful to their DENTIST j ,l*y by day. Three physicians hi>iriven i burg Tuesday.ur applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm

1,U'dsre in trying to be kind to all livmg I me up Then I was adv.d: .to BROS. MGRS. f > protracted meeting is progre s- freely I as soon as the injury is received. .
ue Electric Bitters. To my ; .y
: and
creatures protecting them ,
Office over Mur.roe & Chambliss Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes
I the first bottle made. decide ie; slowly.
troin cruel usaces. : a iniprov. ,
cuts bruises and like injuries to heal
Bark, Ocala, Florida i 1
tt:: behalf of the committee. men!. I continued their u>rfor thr-- Miss Alice Vaughan of this place vis- without maturation and: in onethirdthe
I J74.I
I Phone
w."ki'. and well I k.w .
E Tatham. Sec.At am noa mar. :
I I iitri relatives Orange LJ.ka: few timrt'Juirf.j by the usual treat-
t they robbed: the grave of another yit'- I I
I E. CHACE d,ijs :;::0. mt-nt. Sold by all druggists.
the first annual meeting held by I J. tim. X,> one should fail! to try them NEXT DOOR TO BENU BAKERY

th.- committee. last "'l'Jnt'jthe re- ; only! i,,c_ c-u. rut"'ed at the Ant.-Mo-; i D. Mixson: was Micanopy: Tuesday -

1"ort and balance sheet were presented I DENTAL SURGEON: r.oIK>!ly Drugstore." 1I eming.

.,n>J read by the secretary and passed i I I II I I! The school at this place will open SHEET MUSIC SALE
It \\ proposed and duly seconded i CORRECTLY 'i ----- -- -- -- .
i I Office upstairs, Commercial Back STATED ctobr 3.En'rybody. All our sheet music will besold
th a these documents be made public,1 I
j Building Ocala, Florida The Ocala Rifles are preparing to' at 6, 7 and 10 cents until
I is cordially invited to at-
.is being likelyto interest our many V. B. POTTSI i
't'r-I i TERMS CASH leave for the Worii's Fair on the sth' It is gone. Sale begins Sept. 22.
friend: We are arranging for a j I tent our meeting this week.
pros. This is one of the best military !
vice at Grace church for
our membersand
their friends about the middle of -----1 companies of Florida.Metropolis. j jMr
October which we think will be of special I

interest and of which full notice C. W. JOHNSONPHYSICIAN I Ii i and Mrs C E Batemar. of Mc- Carpentering and j! AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL I

will be given in due time.H. AND SURGEON Intosh. Fla. are the 'roud of :
I i parents General Repairing SPECIAL NOTICEThe
W. Little. Pres. B. O. M. Will open the first Monday In October,
t an eight-pound son. who arrived
Band of Mercy Balance Sheet Office Over Teapot Grocery 8i'p-1 at the school rooms 1$5 North Second next visit of Dr. E T Allen. thee
tember : 'th. at $:36 a. m., at the Satisfaction Guaranteed
Rl'ct'ipts-t members subs, $..1'1; street. For address and
)@ ear specialist, to Ocala will bon
29 associates subs. 1450. Tout Hour' to 19 a. m., and S to 4 p. m of Mrs. Batem4'.n'parent$, Mr. ar.i I

421.60. Sight calls ar.swered from the Montezuma Mrs. B. W. Washburn. this city.-Jacksonville AddressBOX Annie M. Sharpe corner Fourth and Thursday October 6, at the

Pa'ments-Stationerr, Jl-70: postage Hotel. Metropolis, Sept. 30. 691 OCALA, FLA Lime streets, Ocala Fla. Montezuma Hotel,1Jr

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Edit ; Star: I make some preten- J ri

sions-to self-respect myself, and therefore i
cannot let some of Mr. Long's

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll! statements go unnoticed. He accusesme i i m 1

Proprietors and Publishers of "garbling," and incomplete scrip- }

ture quotations, with the inference thata
fuller quotation would have changed -
the sense or meaning, which is not CAPITAL $ iOOOO.
Editor and General Manager. ,
true. He can add the entire verse and
chapter, but it will not change Christ's
teaching, which was to render unto

City Editor and Business ManagerThe every man that which he is justly enti-
tJIReCTC I ::> RS :
tled to.

In quoting from Mr. Long's letter I

the numerous tourist season hotels is in coming the city on and are was careful to copy word for word as R. S. HaIl, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian

and within quotation marks.

Ocala making House various will about the first The I Now was that garbling? Let's see George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

where the garbling comes In. In Mr.
of November. The dining room will
i Long's last letter he charges me assaying ,
be conducted on both European and President: Cashier:
'that Captain Pyles had returned -
American plans. It is needless to say
lands in Ocala owned by him and !
that this popular hostelry will keep up received a widow's exemption on same. HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.The .
its former fine reputation. The Montezuma -
He also stated that Commissioner
under the management of Colo-
Wartmann's property In Ocala had not
nel Shipman, is one of the leading I
been raised in value." Now, I made no
coronor's verdict in the Tillerycase
commercial houses in the state. The
such statement and Mr. Long wen was that he came to his death EL TROPICO
Savoy, conducted by Mrs. Whitfield as ,
a high class apartment hotel although knew it. Why did he not put my exact from unknown causes.DEMOCRATIC ff ff%-'J-VTtj "l''>.r3i.4KV

language in quotation marks as I 'Jr-:4c"V* CIGAR FACTORYMakers
only recently opened, is well filled with !
did his? He deliberately garbles my >g.y?
satisfied guests. The Florida House TICKETFor --0-
statements, and then has the nerve to 0
and Central Hotel have been doing a I
charge me with making reckless statements of the
fine business all summer and antici-
not supported by facts. What I
this winter. President M
pate a big season : --0MILO -
did say about the Pyles lot is true and Wtlafi -

the records will show it, and Mr. Pyles Alton B. Parker of New York. iMfJstaf OEYO

Everybody in Marion county knows will not deny it. As to Wartmann -

Col. L. P. Miller is one of the gang house I simply af'ked"h)' the city's For Vice President: Highest C Grade 5c. Cigar

plow farmers of the banner county of valuation was not adopted, and I defy -0-
Henry G. Davis of West Virginia.For .
the state, and also one of the most suc- him to show where the valuation was

cessful. This season he will break the: not raised. Shaking of reckless statements 1%) and j

record on hay, as he sowed 150 acres in his statement that the Wart- United States Senator: GRAND ROYAL

peas, which are doing splendidly, and mann house was raised 100 per cent. James P. Taliaferro of Duval County.For .

the last'of this month he expects to is a reckless one. at least, it is an untrue l HAVANA CIGARS an

have baled 3000 tons of hay. Thinkof statement, and one I feel sure Mr. %
Member of Congress from the First In Five Sizes \
it, farmers of Marion. Twenty Long would not have made had he goneto
years ago the hay: question was laughed the records for his information, butI -0- i

at in Marion county. Now the daysof suspect he relied on advice from the Stephen M. Sparkman of Hillsborough "
CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor \ ;.
miracles are returning when it comesto board's committee on resolutions; In County.For .

our hay product. Oh, we are movingon other words was flim-flammed. Ocala, Florida ,
toward the goal of a stock county. Having denied two statements of his ''I'' Presidential Electors: T-

!t's coming. own manufacture, he claims that "I ,
H. P. Bailey, T. A. Jennings, J. C. B.
have rt-futed every charge made by
Koonce A .B. Newton andA.
The news has just I leaked out that Victim," when, in fact, he has refuted I REWARD FOR STOLEN MULE

none. I charged and now charge, the B. Stoneman.For .
Mr. Walter Burt, one of the popular DAME-

passenger conductors of the A. C. L., board with unjust and unfair dis\\l im- Stolen, from my stable on the nightof

running from Jacksonville to Tampa, inalion, of which it stands convicted by Governor of Florida: September 2S, one fine large sorrel- i
the records and Mr. Long's admissions.As I __ r*
and well known in Ocala, will lead to Napoleon B. Broward.For red mule, "Jack:" shoulders somewhatsore
Hymen's shrine. October 17, Mrs. Millerof Mr. Long is an old man and perhaps -
Crystal Iliver. The ceremony511 in his dotage I will be charitable ; with boy's small red saddle and The Leader In Ice Cream
Secretary of State: bridle with two hits on. Twenty-five I IIIIIIII iI
to him of
enough accuse only garblingand
take place at the home of the prospective -
dollars reward will!! be paid for the return -
bride's sister at Shenandoah, Pa., recklessness, otherwise I would callit H. Clay Crawford.

where Mrs. Miller has been visiting manufacturing. He surely must have of the property to me. J. F. Cor- L. DEFIES COMPETITION
rigan, Saint Leo, Pasco county, Florida. i iI ._..0- .
temporarily laid aside that much valued ,
during the summer. Their honeymoon For Attorney-General: I -... = .. '
trip will include a visit to the World'sFair. self respect, but if it is of any value ...;........-.::.'" The originator of theVELVET
William H. Ellis. .. .
.. ..
or vital force it will compel him to LAND FOR SALE ...:.,.:.....:-:- ,: -- g ._ BRAND
: ;
apologize and correct his misstate-

ments, otherwise and respect with ref- For Comptroller: Any color or flavor
C.. M. Yates of Indiana, who was visiting ;' The following properties are splendid .

his uncle, C. C. Yates, who is erence"self." to him will have to Victim.prefixed A. C. Croom. bargains and will not be long on the ':vHy W & Orders filled on demand in any quan

manager of the Decker Cantaloupe + tity desired.
P. S.-The board is in a sad plight, market at the prices. Owner lives in
Company, returned home yesterday.Mr. For State Treasurer:
with a committee on refutation that Miami and wishes to concentrate his
Yates, who is interested in the
can't refute and one on resolutionsthat William V. Knott. interests there. Write at once to C. C.
company, took a good look over the

farm, reviewed the past season's work can't resolute. Carroll, Miami, Fla.No. We Are Still Hustling.and .
For Superintendent of Public Instruc-
and is satisfied to continue their opera- 1.-Lot No. 55, Smith and Dough-

tions for another season. At present DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy tion: erty's addition to Ocala, corner of supplying builders with the very (
Yates is his local! applications, as they cannot ,
Manager cutting peavineand W. M. Holloway. Washington and Franklin streets; 8
of reach the diseased portion of the ear. best seasoned lumber for every pur
sorghum cane hay crop forty
blocks northeast of court house. Size I
acres, which is very fine. It will make There is only one way to cure deafness, pose. While the demands of our customers -
For Commissioner of Agriculture: of lot, 100x183 feet. Price $400.No. "
and that it by constitutional remedies.
two tons to the acre and no finer hay have 1i
disappointed -
are great we
was ever fed to stock. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- B. E. McLin. 2.-Ten acres. The swi,4 of the _

dition of the mucous lining of the Eus- sell of the se>4 of sec 5, tp 15, s, r 22e no one and are glad to state that our -
tachian Tube When this tube is inflamed For Railroad Commissioner: situated about one mile northwest of efforts to meet the desire for a grade ..
Mr. Campbell, state agent for the ,,
Blakslee gasoline engine, with headquarters you have a rumbling sound or John L. Morgan. court house. Price, $100. of lumber of the best quality have been ;
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely \
No. Thirty-two acres. Beginningat
in Ocala is with
closed Deafness is the result and appreciated far beyond our expecta- -
the se cor of neVi of set of sec 23,
great success in placing the same for
For Justice Supreme Court Six Years
unless the inflammation can be taken : tions. ,
pumping and irrigating purposes. The tp 14, s, r 22 e, and run.iing thence w
out and this tube restored to its nor- R. Fenwick Taylor.For .
Kimbrough Hardware Company at 20.03 chs, thence n 17.11 chs, thence e
mal condition, hearing will be destroyed -
Webster, who are county agents for the forever. Nine cases out of ten are 7:40 chs, thence s .24 chs, thence e 32% c. JL. GRACE e6PYRewT
Blakslee gasoline engine, sold elevenof Justices Supreme Court: I
caused by Catarrh, which is nothingbut chs, thence s 3.16U chs. thence e 6.321h

them the past ten days to the cukegrowt'rs an inflamed condition of the mu- Robert S. Cockrell, Thomas S. Shackle- chs, thence s 13.17 chs to point of beginning -

of Sumter county. Mr. Camp- ford and J. B. WhitfieldFor
cous ; about 4 miles northwest of
bell placed one of the engines with
We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor Ocala. Price, $400. THE NEWBARRET
Geo. R. McKean for power in the wood
yard. any case of Deafness (caused by Representatives of Marion Countyin 1 No. 4.- A houseof seven rooms, six
Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
the Legislature: lots 40x100 feet each; lots 6, 7, 8, 23,
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. .
Carlos L. Sistrunk and Ed L. Wart- 24, 25 of blo'k0.. 121, situated in Sil-
Elsewhere will be found the professional J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O.

card of Dr. C. W. Johnson who Sold by druggists. 75c, mann. ver Springs Park. The lumber in this I

has recently located in Ocala for the Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. house is worth far more than is asked

practice of his profession. 11* is a For County Judge: for the property. Price, $100.

graduate of the medical college of .\u-
Robert Bullock.
gusta. Ga., and has been a successful Frank Ditto, the hustling mil estate PILL PLEASUREIf

practitioner for the past four years at I dealer h s purchased a Texas

Lee. in Madison where he For Sheriff: took DeWitt's Little Early
county won bronco. and pi cents quite an equestrian you ever tr o T a 1 t
mi enviable reputation as a skilled physician. figure usi i'le the lithe and wiry Henry Gordon. Risers for biliousness or constipationyou I' t= l

Dr. Johnson is a splendid young animal. know what pill pleasure is. These yt i MrW l I Yv2waj

man. whom it is a pleasure to meet. famous little pills cleanse the liver and
For Clerk Circuit Court:
11'' comes highly; recommended, and I'.'.....".. A THOUGHTFUL MANr. rid the system of all bile without pro-
the star wishes him success.We Simeon T. Sistrunk. ducing unpleasant effects. They do not

I )r. Austin Winchester.. Ind., I gripe sicken or weaken, but pleasantly ( .

had a pleasant visit yesterday afternoon knew what o> do in the hour of need. For Tax Assessor: gin tone and strength to the tissues -.; --
and organ of the stomach, liver andbowels.
His wife had such
from J. W. Wilson who for | an unusual case of
Alfred Ayer. .
stomach and liver trouble, Sold by William Anderson,
the past eight years hay been the effit j physicians Ocala. Fla.HEADQUARTERS.
could not help her. He thought; of and
i tent and popular railroad agent at I
tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she For Tax Collector: I
Ileddick. He was here getting titlesto i relief FOR I
got at once and was finally cur-
some realty purchases in Ueddii-k. i ed. Only 23c.; at the Anti-Monopoly; E. L. Carney.For SCHOOL SUPPLIES sp

Speaking of the watermelon and cantaloupe Drugstore.5T.tOUSV0.. in
__ I
season. he said the growers cameout Superintendent of Public Instruc- .4c.1
Eest Ink, ir bottle .. .. . !
about even but will try: it again.Mr. tion: i
Slate Pencil, 4 in box ... . .Ic.

J.1.. Auley of New York City ) W. D. Cam. Best Rubber-Tipped Lead Pencil .

:u rived last night on a visit to his un- ]! 9:' : Crayon, colored, per i.I T. W. SMITH, HARDWARE, Aeents

!e. Mr. Ausle)'. of Ocala. Mr. A. is y For County Treasurer: White Crayon: gross in box ., .. .Sc. .

or., of the clerical force of the Waldorf Thomas E. Pasteur. Large Tablet, ink or pencil. .... .. .;;c. ONLY ONE-DAMPEP. RESERVOIR STOVE. IT COOKS WITH LESS

Astoria, the most famous hotel of this Desk Rulers. . .. . .. .. .. 4c. : WOOD. IN LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER STOVE. BEAUTIFUL,

country. After a few days spent inn | ror County Surveyor: Blackboard Erasers .. .., . .. 3c.. DURABLE AND RELIABLE.A .
il.i. Mr. Ausley will :' I v
proceed to' : .; x.! th Carolina his old home, to visit SMTIO.X ,
Lunch Boxes" . .. .. . .. .To.1 Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received
hip parents. lie is well pI.OilseJith' G:r c et

,),'.:!a. I County Commissioners: The Ocala Bazar; Gadson.
I H. W. Long, Jno. L. Edwards, Norman

Pr Izlar, in speaking of his trip to Fort, Samuel R. Pyles and 'W.\XTED-Quickl, few persons to

Virginia and '' I represent long established wholesale ,
making Norfolk his headnu C. W. Turner. i

.iters, said while there: he heard of ', >ai t QO'! tt t tC1' house among retail merchants andi M.: :MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.

our Col. W. X. Camp damming the r+dNlGOnER'l For Board of Public Instruction: I I agents Local territory of few co'm-I'

Norfolk river and erecting an electric ties J1S salary and expenses: paid
]j G. S. Scott B. R. Blitch and E. L. Gran-
lurht plant to supply that city with : .oallE? sC, oMnut i j } weekly. Expense: money: advanced.Commission < .
lu ht. While Dr. Izlar did not meet I.EAI'i tham. Ocala Ice& CoHave
extra. Permanent engage- Packing
"olonel Camp he said he was just shov- I
; I ment. Business successful. Previous
i'::f things.
GOOD FOR CHILDRENThe essential. Enclose self- '!
through Sleepers and Dining Cars: experience not

I addressed envelope. AdJress. Superintendent -,
Prof. ,\. J. Fo kett. the piano tuner I pleasant to take and harmless the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
of Gainesville BETWEEN i One Minute Cough Cure gives instant I Travelers, :2.Z::: ; Dearborn St., ;
from afour :
months' visit to England and''I relief in all cases of Cough, Croup an! Chicago. ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
St. Louis and Mobile j
i LaGrippe because it d->!?s not pass immediately -
France. The professor is well known \ iI\I into the stomach but takes turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.

in Ocala, having resided here several: St. Louis and New Orleans i effect right at the seat of the trouble.It FOR SALE-A place of 32 acres,r

years. draws out the inflammation, heals mostly under fence, with good two-sto
I Phone 3XTo.
I and soothes and cures permanently by ry house, four fireplaces, and good sta- i 34.

Remember Mrs. Minnie Bostiek's Ask for tickets m !I. & 0. B. B. enabling the lungs to contribute pure' ole; half mile south of Anthony. Will '!

millinery opening October 6 and ;. It 1 Mr. P. S. Hay M. & 0. R. R, Montgomery lifegivingand life-sustaining oxygen I be sold at a bargain. Good reason for :
to the blood and tissues Sold by William WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS
:will be a grand event for the ladies. | AlL Anderson, Ocala, Flo. selling. Inquire of tee Star. 1

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