The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume n Number 44 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST J J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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:, : COMMERCIAL BANK Possibly you are now do- .

: ,the Hollanders Put Down a Rebellionin A Novel Decoration That Has Just ing business at this bank;
Our Beauty Barrel Snaps !1 an Important Island of Their Come in Fashion in the Crescent OCALA, FLA.
We are closing out the nicest City If so, very good. If not,
Eastern Possessions
Branch Commercial
I i Bank, Jacksonville
7;Zus, I wouldn't it be well for
Amsterdam August 1.-News has line of $1.25 Neglige Shirts at I New Orleans, August 1.-Dr. Beverlyhas you
HY ROBINSON, President
Lemon Snaps, i been received here of a successful exfdition been chosen as superintendent of to start an account with us.With .

II;. conducted by Dutch troops wards in the great campaign of clean- S. H. BLITCH, Manager,

Uneedas and Nabiscos.ALSO i igainst the prince: of Boni. a native ing and sanitating the city. The; abundant capital, and
tate in the island of Celebes, whichies 5 Ce11 ts. screening and oiling of cisterns is to J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager

I a few bundled miles south of the be popularized in a novel way. Thousands : with the best of facilities, we

J""ilipines. of lapel buttons have been orderedto CAPITAL, $100,000 .

Shredded Codfish I The greatest interest is felt in the I be given to those who have followed Surplus and Undivided Profits, i are prepared to give you

Canned Syrup I! lI 'uinor inasmuch as it was known that THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO I these regulations. The .buttons displaya 885.37 $37'.1 superior service.
he prince of Boni had a considerable life-size stegomyia fasciata picturedin I

I t Wee at his command, while the Dutch the center, and surrounded with the -- --

Royal Luncheon Cheese, force was comparatively small for such THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. '! words ". Ir cisterns are all right. How --

in important expedition.! I Ii are yours?" A system of inspection,

Olives Stuffed with Celery, The Dutch expedition set out sometime ,i which went into effect today, contem-

1; ago with some small" field guns NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I plates a visit to every house in the city,
And a Full Line of Assorted : I
1 hat: were found to be possible of conkeyance II COUNTRY so that no case of sickness may escapethe
Canned Meats and I BUTTER Is Your! Bachroom Modern ?
Vegetables ,
over the bad roads of the During the illness and enforced absence I ," detection even in the incipient

4'"ulltr)'. Not long after it was learned I from the store of Mr. D. H MrIver. j 'stages. Each inspector is provided with You c annot have too many safeguards for the healthof a 5'

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY ,1 that the prince of Boni had several the undertaking and embalming'i iI Thirty Cents a Pound. I j a large oil can from which he is directed family and ser: ", especially the growing children. A

; rtKiinnts: armed with modern rifles i department of the business is in charge ; i I to pour the oil on all exposedwater

-- !" and, it was also turnored that he hadsense I i of Mr. Albert E Owens a licensed em- ': s-urfaces. tubs cisterns and Bad or antique plumbing -
: guns of small caliber.However balmer and undertaker and one of the | pools. I I is as dangerous to the
at the town of Badjoewathe test informed and most skillful men l in i t health as good or modern

t i it Dutch met their antagonists and his profession in the state. Phone 20i), CHEESE SANDWICH WAS WASTING AWAY"I i 1 ; r plumbing is beneficial..W .

TO BUY ADo i :;succeeded in decisively defeating them, at the Savoy. BUTTER THIN BISCUIT i rV: *s =< The cost of renew ing your

the forces of the prince of Boni being GRAHAM CRACKERS had been troubled with kidney disease 4 bathroom with tudud'1G It-red to the four winds, while the I Was in Poor Health for Years UNEEDA MILK BISCUIT for the last five years," writes! : \ 4 Ware will in reality be

i! iuiiiihint| Dutch troops entered the'I i Robert R. Watts of Salem Mo. "I lost! : ,,' /' :I health assurance. -

,N-I.ellious town. All the fortificationsencied :I Ira W. Kelley of Mansfield Pa., LEMON SNAPS flesh and never felt well and doctored i I _

rE r j by the troops of the 1.I'in't'1 writes: "1 was in 1"1'\ health for twoiyears. I I'I SALTINE BISCUIT with leading physicians and tried all \\'e have samples in

x\-re razed to the ground and a Dutch' Miffeiing from kidney and bladder ALBERT BISCUIT remedies without relief. Finally! I tri"dFoley' is --_ = '1 our show rooms and will

K.tlTlsou placed in theillage.. I'I tioubie. and s-nt| eonsiderablri; VANILLA WAFERS !! Kidney Cure and less" than two gladly quote you prices. .

Tins is the first battle fought by money consulting physicians without I) bottles completely cured me and nowI

Inns is tioops in over a quarter of a obtaining any marked benefit, but was; I am sound and well." During the summer I! I R. E. YONGE & CO.

?-111 III )'. und the greatest euthusiaMii cured by I Foley's Kidney\ Cuie. and Ij; o7K.GROCERY kidney irregularities: are often I

manifes-ted here over the signal sucss desire! tn add} my testimony that it may :; caused by excessive drinking or being '

<.<- of Holland's arms. I be the taus.of Iest"ring the health of i i' overheated. Attend to the kidneys at t _

others." Refuse !substitutes. Sold b/ .
| i once oy using Foley's Kidney Cure

You Want To FRAUD EXPOSEDA I the Postoffice. Drugstore.! |i iI !j I Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. I II I --r

i Ii

Sell Rent or Buy i. few counterfeiters have lately I OCALA HOUSE CAFEOpposite I'| CLARK BROS. Proprietors \' SHORTER ROUTE i V WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF

been iiuiking and trying to sell imitations i
A. C. Ij. passenger depot 's I TO JACKSONVILLE
a House Store jf Dr. King's New Discovery for now open under new management and : Phone 174 J
I'uiisu.iiptiitn. Coughs and Colds! andother
first class in every respect A la carteor -- 1 Ocala People Will Go by Gainesville' : H AR DWARET!
medicines thereby defraudingthe
Lot Farm? meals to regular boarders, J6 per I Instead of Palatka I
public.\ This is to warn you to beware j
week through the summer months. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
'I of such people" who seek to profit Whiteside & Troxler, !I Work on the Atlantic Coast Lin"Y" e

Do You Want to through stealing the reputation of Proprietors. i OF MEDICINE I RICHMOND VIRGINIA.. I | at Alachua. Kla., which will con '

: remedies which have been successfully Thorough course in MEDICINE, SURGES!. OBSTETRICS I nect the Jacksonville and Southwester, Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kindjof

Insure Life, ruling disease for over 35 je.irs. A Buy a "brick": Ice cream In layers, and the SPECIALTIES ; also I OEHTISTIT and nUINiC!. J i division with the High Springs-RoI WIRE FENCING _
ewe orotection! to you is our name on Lecture Halls Laboratories Hospital and Dispensaries chelle line is progressing nicely. Th i.
hard is make.
as as possible to Just successful I :
: amply equipped teaching
Limb or Property? the tapper.. I..lIk for it, on all Dr. I the thing for small families AntiMonopoly Seventy Teachers. High: record before State Boudi. 'grading will be completed in a day 01 j

Kin;s, or Bucklen's remedies as all I Drugstore. i For 140-pagr Cinlog-ie 8. write THE PROCTOIt.IT or two. Iron has been laid from th,;!! PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE and

THEN LOSE NO others iie mere imitation. II. E.IHicklen High Springs track to the public roai:; ,

& ('0.. Chicago, 111., and \\'in.s..r .)- I i near Burnett's pond, a distance 01 f!;! MILL SUPPLIES.

TIME IN SEEING Canada. A Ilti- lunul.I)" Drug I about half a mile and only a quartei r]
store. of a mile is yet to completed, th<
DITTO & MALONEY i iron being on the ground for that pur el: !< Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds

-- --- GEORGIA JURIES IT Turpentine Operators I I pose. It is calculated that by the en(I

DEAL STERN JUSTICE ,, I of this week the entire work will hav e

BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY been accomplished. It is a well established .-I I It

'I fact that the Atlantic Coas
In"uit Ga.,
court at Valdosta I !
I Line proposes to operate through train:1> 1
Saturday J. G. Rawlings was f lmJguilty :
i from St. Petersburg to Jacksonvillevia
of murder in the first degree e.t
; Gainesville! and Alachua and tha
His was the fifth conviction in this 1
I' the service will be but the
good ques
rase in ten days. The history of thtriine -
; t t % is well kllu\\ n. There was a feubetwween ; 1 I> lion arises as to how soon this will b e x.:,

done. The inauguration of this thr<"'
two Methodist preachers. The Standard Naval Stores of
: Company Jacksonville, service will lessen" the distance between
Ibawlings and Carter and their families T-

A a 1 living in Low tides county, GeorKKI. 1 Florida is to contract with Jacksonville and St. Petersbur g1e
now prepared independent
One night in June, three sons ol f; : I nearly forty miles as it will save th
I in the "L,"
extra distance covered
J G. Rawlings. one of the principals i iihr ir and will flat Savannah for Rosin now
.t; f..uoJ.liItun.. Jesse and IeonanILiwlini t: I producers pay prices I shaped trip from Rochelle to Jackson- ,

ville. via Palatka. The distance betwec ,
: ;s. and a negro Alf Moore) hird -. and Spirits Tui tine delivered at either Jacksonville n
pen Gainesville and Jacksonville via th ei
their Carter'shome }
<- by father went to : ,
ri, I Atlantic Coast Line, will also be
considerably -
ami tried to exterminate the entire : ,
Fernandina. Free of
vV or storage insurance or commission -
.: shortened; being only a f*'u
family. They killed Carter's laugh I I ;
P'Atr. ''It'r. little of miles further than liy the Seaboard Ai! HAY PRESSES
I a girl fifteen years aminoitallv i charges. We are also prepared to make liberal will :;
wounded her brother a yeayvuuger r I Line. It be necessary to placeservice I

i All new and fight up with the I but ('"rtt'r. arose from a sic k advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank between Jacksonville\ and Rtchelle i'aTedders: Mowers Rakes Knife and

season. Many beautiful trnnmeci bed and by constant firing from a shot, j !! which will probably make ,

t. hats FAMOUS, PATTERN GAGE HATS HATS.and the A I II j gun and ":!:'?-t'alit..r rifle, kept then cars-it will save you lots ot money. For further inj |j round points., -trip Gainesville daily between(Fla.) Sun.the tw 0 Tool Grinders and a Complete Stockof
I from burning the house and killing thii -[ J

- complete stock of Trimmings, i remainder of the inmates. The negrseeme rI'I) formation apply toy Repairs for Both

n' Flowers, Ribbons, etc. !1 .l to have sickened of the blood; j! GRAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN

'act when the little girl was killed buihr t '
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK I I It needs but little foresight to te DEERING AND McCORMICK:
I Itawlings buys Seemed devoid o
-- STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO. that when your stomach and liver\ a .
pity. They struck the dead body oI I red
I adly affected, gratroubl.. is ahea
I >
1a I Ithe girl with the butts of their gunand SIII'
'' ] unless you take the proper medicine f or ,
Canopies > stami>ed on it. and listened al HARDWARE CO.
your disease, as Mrs. John A. Your g
the cries for
] night to water of th< Jacksonville Fla. 'I
, ---, wounded boy in the house, as the; 1 1e of Clay. :\. Y.. did. She says: "I h ad
,c::; ...' J.. .. t"" ___ t.,, j''prowled around it. y't 1I I neuralgia ,f the liver and stomach. rr 1:10':
trying to get dos _
....".<>..{,:' ,.,. .\"'$,:"''';:''' .\"\ I. tlJ -hough to set it on fire. | bPsi'l was weakened, and I could n
.. ) ''..,',>0',., ,. l eat. I was very bad for a long tim t'.
arrested and
They were ptomptly
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t' but in Electric Bitters I found ju!star
, .> \. t rued and as piomptly convicted theliter EDWARDS
L ___ \ :4"011 \\t \,,t1 t boys and the for commit- j CITYBROTHERS t :j what I needed for they quickly retie t-
_(, \. \ negro BUGGIES !I. BUGGIES !
\) : i, ei> and cured me." Best! medicine f, i i
i lug the ciime and the boys' father for ..
4. :nstigating it. Unless their sentences AT THE steak women. Sold under guarantI I
I bj the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore at 5'1.
'ire commuted. J. Ii. Rawlings and two I I.f

iltt 1 I > his sons. Milton and Jesse, will be I Leading Wholesale' & Retail Butchei i :" I'i vnts a bottle. I '

.... ,, ,, 'I'rr ps IUIIR. Leonard Rawlings. who wasecomnieiided !
...... ,, < <\ I "I I AFTER TWELVE YEARSA (
"' ..,.. ,
; : .,._ .. ,t / / ra. to mercy on account of "
-, .. ... J I
.. I" I -
;: ". / 'us youth will to the penitentiary I ..
I' N1z4
3 Sit T".t ,PA'Ne' "Y-.J..... / I for. lifeThe negro./ Alf Moore will ) negro, going under the nameMims. of ., ,
I was arrested in Tampa. Mo n- :
'r "p..CK"'C.Ei'I i iy p, loh.tMy hthl st'ntEI1.'nmll1ut..d., I }
The best on earth for either iron or CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON. day for a murder committed at Dais w'- !I i
i is he Confessed and his testimony ,,
c wood beds or children's cribs. Most a cut a long way toward strengtheninglhe FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 10 9
1 We name Is Richard Lloyd. H* was pro ,
durable, sanitary and time saving 1 evidence against the others.G. .
inent among the Tampa darkies a ndi
In ---
are headquarters for everything -- :

beds of bed fittings, from the canopyto was a leading: deacon in Beulah Ba P- '
B. Burhans Testifies After Four
the springs. Our prices are always Years THE MONTEZUMA list church. ITar I/

right.McIVER (G B. Burnhans of Carlisle Center. N" WAR !
& MacKAY
r Y.. writes: "About four years ago Iwrote
nations are endeavoring to cht'ck
--- you stating that I had been entirely
the ravages of consumption, the "wh items
t cuied of a severe kidney troublel .. f -- 4spa. J #. i
}f that claims! s., victi ;
} ." a 7 l taking less than two bottles of Folev's e r F'a plague" many
'; each Foley's Honey andores
.. '' Kidney Cure. It entirely stoppedthe vear.

;! d britk-dust sediment, and pain; ruts ; "1 coughs and colds perfectly and, ', l P-fit1l' ,I
V.'II .ire in no danger of consumpti
inptoms: of kidney disease disappeaifd -
a ,I Ia \. I am glad to s.athat I ha11"1 Du not risk! your health by taking so /
1 unknown preparation when Fole)'!.
had of those
a return sjmptoms during:; k
!.he four years that have elapsed, and! S i Honey and Tar is safe and certain in Special sale of the Ro
I sot evidently cured to stay cured and results. Ask! for Foley's Honey sat finer or more durablv built; none cheaper for value. Call onOld
aI Tit: ui.l! insist upon having it S
of, h rt ily recommend Fole>'s Kidneyc'ue

'tr to any one suffering from kidney Tk. .I i # i r.the Postoffice Drugstore. T. W. SMITH & CO.
oi bladder trouble. Sold\ by the Postotfue '
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i Drugstore.K. FT. McCOY BARBECUE, AUGUSTRev 26

1 I Harmon Martin of Fort 11c Coy: DEALERS IN GENERAL HARDWARE. OCALA FLA.

who with Mrs. Martin: cam* in vest.r- ___ ___ -- -
day to meet Mrs. Mary Carlton and son:

of Plant City, who will be their gue If You Need
i CO 'Io.o.'.. The Knights of Honor h.1rai".,i
it made the Star a pleasant: call 1 t his ,
rates on all their members over 6veais >1 ,.et, iw* .
l i LOADS OF FUN morning and requested us to inf ?
of age. :
I an3 the readers of the Star that the tof: :opl' Money
and health for the ones : ,
of Fort McCoy will give a barbecue on
i grownups in driving fcr recreation : LEASED FOR TEN YEARS. c
benefit of the Fu
26 for the :
lfz and pleasure. Prove it it you hitch 1 August Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP

If horse or to to one of the many carriages Perhaps you don't realize that man: The Best Year Round Hotel at $2.0 0 McCoy cemetery, and that the toll Awad. -. II J
runabouts, surreys and buggiesoccup'lng ; ing speakers had been invited to I _i You can get the most liberal loans on your Diac' -
)pain poisons originate in your f.H.l. busome Hon., II I
t- tloor space in our salesrooms dress the gathering namely N, monds. Watches, Jewelry, Furniture Tools au-l allKinds
day you may feel a twinge odysjepsia < PER DAY IN FLORIDA. and
L. Sistrunk. Hon. Geo. G.
Every rig that leaves our store i 1 of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED .
that will convince Di
you. I "
editor of the Star.
U certain to be th*. acme or comfort toe r.d :' PLEDGES FOR SALF
King's New Life Pills are guaranteeto Up-to-date and Clean, Well Furnished Rooms, f I i
to springs s!ats. tires and every part
all sickness due to ..f sfi Confidential
cure poisons u All Business Strictly
j '
home. ""
Do wish to purchase a or
of Its make-up. We are glad to name ; and Plenty to Eat. you ;: -
undigested fo.tjJ-or back. 2ji : > :
money < are you looking for an investment? It ;tk: ", : M. RUBIN, Proprietor.
I prices any day. i at the .\r.ti. lonol..l ty Drugstore. Tr y : so, let uS! tell you about our barga: I Inj. .--.c. -_ ;- Florida
V. Ocala,
1COL. J. SHIPMAN. Proprieto 14 North Magnolia SL
r .. 8. A. STANDLEY & CO I them. t r. I i DITTO & MALONE Y, I ? r



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Address of Judge McConathy to the 'Express Company's Employe Proves to

L. BITTINGER & CO. Members of the Ocala Bar in the be the Robber

HERBERT A. FORD President .
Death of Gen. Robert Bullock ,

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll (Tampa Tribune.) GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.
Gentlemen of the Bar: That something ,
Proprietors and Publishers. Palatka. Fla., July 31.-John T. F. WATSON, Cashier.
which comes to all life and closesman's I
Graves a young white man employed
career in the body on earth recently -
C. L. BITTINGER, characterized in an opinion rendered Ocala - Florida by the Southern Express Co, in its ,

Editor and General Manager local offu-r. confessed this afternoonthat
by a judge of a neighboringstate I .
as unique and the most mysterious I he was the j-erson who robbed the

R. R. CARROLL, thing in this world, called death, LOANS. DEPOSITS. I saftof J2000 in cash early Saturday CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK'

City Editor and Business Manager has appeared in our midst and touched I I morning. He admitted that his first

with its impartial fingers the heart ot1 story vi as totally untrue and that he ,
alone committed the robbery. Graves i
WORTH REMEMBERING General Robert Bullock, and a life of I Ise'entysix
-- -- -- : sent to jail without bail. The
years of which sixty were 1 --- -- -- was OF OCALA.

There are three entirely different spent in this immediate community I ey will rnobably be recovered. mon-I '_

and of his : sleeps:: in the office and was found:
kinds of Ingredients used in makingthe for,}he state adoption has

three different varieties of baking I come to its end. I do not think that ur-ia\! irnine. bound hand and foot.]i J I. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON.:.

powders on the market, viz: (1) Mineral I am wrong in saying that these sixty I i iI j while the safe had: been robbed of GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
121109:! in i-ash. all checks, orders II Directors
devoted Florida, whenwe money 1
-Acid or Alum (2) Bone-Acid ir years were to -AND- : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
-tr hating been cast aside. Graves
call to mind the service he has j "
Phosphate, and (3) Cream of Tartar, ren- R. S. HALL.
I said that several masked mm entered I
mad from grapes. It Is important, dered. He was one of its pioneers, especially -
EMBALMERSWe the office and. before he could make
from the standpoint of health, to know of this peninsular. He served j
successful resistance bound him se-I j
something about these ingredients, and efficiently and faithfully in rescuingour
!' I i-uiely and worked at the combination ;
land from the in the last
which kind is used in baking savages
your pow- '
have two Registered Undertakers "r the safe: fully an hour before they
der. Indian war. When It called on its sons\ ( HOUSE FURNISHINGS
< ould it. They then took his k'
(1)). Mineral-Acid, or Alum. is made to defend its act of secession from the i; and Embalmers.All .1 open ys (
from his pocket and secured the mon-
Union and maintain its he'
from a kind of clay. This is mixed with sovereignty
work entrusted to our I -y departing hurriedly. The suspi-
enlisted early and remained till the
diluted oil of vitriol, and from this solution .
a product is obtained which is end and during those four years of!, care will receive prompt and inns. : )f the company's agents and det. i,I
-< .tiwas aroused: by the fact that Our stock of Ftttnittife and House
alum. Alum is cheap; costs about two strife his qualities as a soldier brought'deserved I Furnishing
skilled attention. All em- the alleged robbers should: have been j
and honor to his state as well as |
rents a pound baking powder '

made with this Mineral-Acid sells from to unfortunate himself. When conditions peace arose was declared that required -!! balming fully guaranteed. A .iMfe safe.. to They unlock plied the Graves combination with of flU"SI the !I Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY

10 to 25 cents a yound. splendid stock of Caskets and tions and watched him closely: and. !
Bone-Acid is the wise heads and true hearts to I
(2) or Phosphate
this afteinoon. the broke
down andrunfessed
basis of phosphate baking powders meet the difficulties and bring real Burial Robes carried at all I
described in peace and a chance for the people to I : that he committed the robbeiy. KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS 1ATNSS! OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES. LAP ROBES
and the is fully
manufac- restore their former estate of prosperity. I times. I He evidently had assistance as TINGS, WINDOW SHADES LACE AND PCRTIERt SADDLES, WHIPS ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
the issued to large
patents a
of The IT. In General Bullock the people had, ;;"mme bound his hands and feet in I CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CAF.RIACE: FOR ANY PURPOSE.?
turer a phosphate powder.
S. Patent Office Report gives a full and among others a leader, safe and sure OGALA FURNITURE CO I order to carry out the story: which they SPREADS SHEETS ANO PILLOW; ROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS
. I had fixed up. The company i.ffu ials ;!
exact description, but the following ex- and to whom great credit is due for LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS!' AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS LIME, PLASTER LATHS,
decline to say what has become of the :
i *
tract is enough: the part he took in those years of Phone 94. POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG BRICK, SHINGLLS, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE: MACHINERY .
No. 10. Night phone No. money but it will probably be reov- j
"Burned bones after being ground trouble.In I .r..1. Graves i is well connected. ,' ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, EYC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS. .
oil of vitriol building up the material interestsof
are put into freshly diluted I
and with continual stirring and Florida he was in the fore front. The Money Found j

As a representative in the Federal AN ADVERTISING THOUGHTDid I'alatka.u ust 1.-The stolen: money -
in the following proportion etc. well and of all kinds
From this Bone-Acid Phosphate bak- Congress he was laborious and true to I amounting to $1S33.01.; has ben Deep drilling, contracting building done

ing ell powders from 20 to are 30 made cents; a such pound.powders his died constituents while faithfully a faithful discharging servant. the He I' taking you down ever his hear sign of in a business front of man his found hidden in an ice box. I,I under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates

(3) Cream of Tartar exists in all responsible office of county judge.A 'I' store because business was dull andthat THE SPOKANE COUNTRY i iI need.IWiVER
historic man of our state has pass- was no one passing by to see it? I on anything you .
ripe grapes and flows with the juice
ed to his rest, and while he not I Yet there are some business mm wh"I !
from the press in the manufacture of The Territory Adjacent to a Thriving ;
i advertising during the "dull seal -
for in the I stop
wine. After the wine is drawn off the engaged many years practiceof
I son," which is the very time to useprinter's Northwestern City I{
law it is meet that the members of
Tartar is scraped from the cask boiled & MACKAY
this bar take official note of his decease -I ink.-Gain.-s\"ilIe Sun. The territorytitbutary to Si.>okane''
with water and crystals of Creamof I
and pay our humble tribute to embraces an area of loO.OyO;; square ]
Tartar white and very pure separ- (
the of useful and TELEPHONE TO miles. comr-ri'Ing parts of Washington -
memory a good noble -
ate and are collected. It differs in no i OCAh : : FL.GRI>> A
I life. iI HERMITAGE DAIRY Oiegon. Idaho. Montana and British -
respect! from the form in which it orIginally i
1 i Culumbia, and !supl'orts a population ,
existed in the grape. Cream 01 I
I George B Tyler takes pleasure in notifying of .IIO.IIIII With its ultimate development -
Tartar then, while the most expenSive THE VERONA INN
is the only ingredient that should be I his friends and patrons that he it will! sustain: o.'wo.uuO inhabitants WALL PAPERIf I

I in comfort and plenty.It .
used in a baking powder to act upon The Verona Inn. situated on the bluff dai-ry. I

the soda as its wholesomeness is beyond at Clearwater, Fla., has over thirty | I possesses: manifold resources and you wish w)i k done in the wall paper j BARGAIN TIME

question. Cream of Tartar bak- bedrooms and has all modern conven- I you want anything in his line. I| interests.: Its agricultural districts I line let us send our man with earn- i|

the most in the worl-1. pies for jour inspection. j
prosperous i
ing powders sell at about 40 to 50 centsa iences, as it was built strictly for a I II !i
NO APPETITE FOR GNATS Its farmers soli: 4ft.0"0,)w0' bushels of DITTO & MALONEY.
pound. tourist hotel, and is open now for the I
wheat last year for an a"eragprrice of
first time as a summer resort house. AT
Such are the facts and everyone,
I II ?
Are interested in pfcotographv
ill bushel. Thousands: of carloads you I
careful of the health of the family, The Inn Is setting the best summer table -I An exchange says that the action ofthe cents per '
'i of fruits were shipped to Iat..rnIark..ts. : Do you enjoy tho: many pleasures that
the West Coast. The State Board of Pardons in refus- "
should remember this rule: Baking on fishing I 'I
I| Its irrigated) tracts rival those i it some from the use of a little kodak?
powders selling, from 10 to 25 cents i bathing and boating at Clearwater are !l.I 0
I| of California fo orchard and I Ivegetable Let us do your developing and printing
; superior The Ocala Steam
pound are made of Mineral-Acids; the best on the Gulf side. The place j s as ij i )! Laundry
will do
i for you. We it reasonably !
those selling from 20 to 30 cents of is notably healthy, and is cooled by the j many greater criminals free, is like ]ii products.The I much less than have teen
you pay-
Bone-Acids; and those from 40 to 5i I breezes from the Gulf on the west and i straining a gnat and swallowing a mining industry is representedby ing. Give us a trial. J.V.. SYlVester, !
I do/.en worM-famed districts,
cents of Cream of Tartar made from Tampa Bay, six miles off, on the east. I camel. The Star is not a critic of the i a Com-i
where the precious and baser metals I 84< Wenona street, or Ocala News ,
board but it rises to remark that after
The famous Green mineral !
grapes. Springs
water is brought to the hotel daily j I a man has swallow a few camels he I make millions in dividends for min*- pany. SEE OUR RED LIST

j on tiers. The mines Washington,
has not enough appetite left for a gnat. I
by the mail carrier. The rates by
. Mrs. C. C. Clements of Weir Park
Idaho, Montani. Oiegon and Britisn
called to week or month are very reasonable. I
was Nashville. last
I Columbia produce every metal known : EQUITABLEThe
Write to C. W. Joseph, Proprietor t I
week to attend the funeral of her husband .
I to mineralogy.There
who had gone there a month before Clearwater, Fla. I President Roosevelt says the graft- I j I -
are 25rt:!: lumber mills in the I'I state: of New York has instituted
for the benefit of his health. Mr. Itis must be driven out of the govern- I
I Spokane country, with an annual out- i suit against the officers, directors and I
Clements was postmaster and mer- A BARGAIN IN LUMBERWe 1 nieiit. That is equivalent to saying theg"vernment ) cflLIiJL Beer is Good for You
put approaching a billion of feet per of the Equitable Life Assurance -
chant at Weir Park and was highly esteemed will have to stop.I liution '
The is
annum. i>io< largely consumed ( ompany. Among them are;
by all who knew him. To the have a large quantity of second I II
: at home. The export portion De Cornelius Bliss, Hyde. Crossett.|
bereaved widow the Star extends con- hand lumber of all kinds which we will I I We seek the trroe of all who believein |>ew.
commands the highest prices in the i j Ingalls. E. II. Harriman and several IA-f
dolence.Mr. sell cheap and on terms to suit cus- buying where their dollars go the ,
tomer. Ditto & Maloney furthest. The Fair.Ladies' East. others of the richest men in the country malt is a food; the hopsa

.\!< the metropolis and center of this '.

Lawson Adams who has been vast: and resourceful territory Spokanehas I tonic. The alcohol-only 3l/2! per centisan

living with his daughter Mrs. C. J. become a great manufacturing and aid healthful stimulant.
I LEARN TELEGRAPHY to digestion; a
Jewell, south of town for over a year, jobbing city. Its manufactories and

died Monday. He was 83 years of age other industries alieaily number 250:; I AND R. R. ACCOUNTING Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of

and was active up to the time of his with an annual output of $12.000.000.,
Men's and Boy'sClothing I $5<> t<> $::;1111 i a month salary: assured cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
death being engaged in selling light- There are between fiO; and 70 wholesale |
Our six
under bond.
our graduates
ning rods. He came here from Omaha, I : establishment: between 11.0"0 | bottle is sterilized.
schools the largest in America and endorsed every
and for seven or eight years spent his and 12.000. wage-earners: drawing up- !I I

winters with his daughter. He was a I Sold at The wards of $j.'lfllI.fltlfl< annually: and the |I alogue.;; lij More all railr School<,a so of.Write Telegraphy for cat-, It is one of the best things in the world for you.

man of fine education and character I city's: bank deposits aggregate more I
Cincinnati, o.. Buffalo. N. Y.. Atlanta,
and during his life had been in good than $12,0'irt.0f'0.' The city has ten It does not ferment on the stomach because it
I Oao. Ui C'rlls;;". Wis.. Texarkana, Tex., ,
circumstances, and was held in hightlltt""m firms with" a rating of $1.1) 0.0t"0" orover

by his neighbors. : 30 odd firms with a rating of i San Frai.tisco.: C'al. is aged-aged for months in refrigeratingrooms

$100/>MO or over and more than 2SO
I before it is marketed.
At Rheinauer's a Fine Selection of
Mr..1. H. Spencer and family have BOSTON STORE firms with a rating of $10.fmO or over. I
Bureau Saratoga and Steamer Trunk:.
returned from Savannah where Mr. More than $3.500"0as-' spent in I I It gives you bell without biliousness. Ask

Spencer was summoned several weeks building improvements last year. This

ago to ertify in the Evans case againstthe would line an avenue 12 miles lung I IYhen :you go Clearwater stop at: your doctor \\ hat he thinks about drinking
j the Hu hey House near the depot.
A. C. L., because of the death in with $5 >m'., residences on both sides ofthe ? I Schlitz beer. Ask for
j Newly I furnish"d, neat and clean. A For sale bv
November in 1899 in the railroad street.
I large !sample room in connection. i TheCarm.chael&SonCo..
yards at Lakeland of Mr. Evans and SATURDAY AUG. 5 i I the Brewery Botti:ng. (kalaI

his daughter by an engine running over SAWMILL FOR SALE I II I
Just received at the Ocala News Co.,
them. Mr. Spencer was yard master. I
a choice lot of fire-proof bowls and i t iSfcThe Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
The suit was instituted shortly afterthe -ANDMONDAY For sale cheap if taken at once our earthenware of all: kinds. Call and see

terrible accident, and the Jury in sawmill outfit feet
15,000 li. M. ca-
it. I __ _
the case brought in verdict for the pacity. Call on or ad.IressY.. D. Bob-

widow. The case was appealed to the AUG. 7. bitt Reddick. Ha. I I

state supreme court which remandedthe YELLOW FEVER REPORT I
case to the lower court where it A BUSINESS OR I l .

was tried but when Mr. Spencer left CLASSICAL There were :21! new cas-es of fever in
I New" Orleans yesterday and five I
Saturday the lawyers were still arguing -
the Mrs. II I deaths. Total cases to date, 3c'l 2.
case. Spencer and the I
VOTING If you want your sons to receive a i
Deaths. 62.:
children returned with Mr. S. Mrs.
complete business or classical educa- I lIV'ERYMEN
in A number of Italians. trying to escape -I
Spencer while
Savannah gained coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can be cast for any Institution II tion, send them to St. Leo College St. I
three from the detention camp at Lumberton. -
competing for the library, when properly filled out, signed and returned Leo, Pasco County, Florida. Address Miss., were filed on by the i ii

to the ballot boxes in any of the stores participating.Name i I Rev. Rector for Catalogues. i
O'Hara of the: turpentine firm of guards.: Two were killed and three iI
I -- Fine Carriages Buggies and Traps

Hodges & O'Hara. Daisy, came in this of Institution............... .. ........ ............ ... j I Giles' woodyard nas tne largest supply j wlJund d. I ,
Tampa's solitary: fever. patient continues Drummers Saddle Horses etc.
afternoon. On
inquiry we learned from i of stove and fireplace wood in the Carryalls, ,

him that Mr. John H. Stevens the excellent Name of Voter.................... ..................,.,..,. town. Three wagons running. Prompt to improve. I

correspondent of the Ocala papers I delivery and large loads.


than correct in his statement that the Arrival and Departure of Trains at ,
above gentlemen sold to Mr. Hinkle & i OcalaSEABOARD The death sentence has been passed. l I
-- -- -- .- -
Son of Oeorgia, 19,000 acres of sawmill ,. on John (L Milton and Jesse Raw lings ; Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses

timber. The only mistake our friend. I father and two sows V.ildosta.. filing -
I AIR LINE i Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
John made was saying 29.000 acres instead NE'Vepri September 15 as the date of thej I

of 19.000. which information came j Schedule in Effect April 16 'j exe. ution. Leonard was sentenced ; .

from Mr. O'Hara. Mr. O'Hara i is a i SOUTHBOUNDI II I to life imprisonment. The inevitable I
I I J. R. MARTIN & CO.Dyspepsia
fine looking specimen of a business i I motion for a new trial has been .
0 ht Pia1.10I Leave-1:20: p. moo and 2:05:() a. m. I I
man. is ot medium size erect and carries made.
!; Arrive from Jacksonville p. m.
his head and shoulders with a direct ani2a.m. Frank Turner colored the sixth d..-

look ahead and possesses a keen NORTHBOUND fendant. was found ,guilty: but was r--

but kindly eye. Wit a twinkle in it I $239 commended to mercy.
Arrive from Tampa p. m., and 2 I
he said Gibson was the prevaricatorand a. m. !

not our old time friend John H. i Leave-2:20 p. m., and 2:05: a. In.I TO CURE ANY DISEASE

Stevens all of which it affords us i I -

great pleasure to state. OCALA MUSIC CO. i i ATLANTIC Northbound COAST LINE I I The Cause Way Must With Be Dandruff Removed Same doI'Cure

Mrs. S. R. Whaley and two children. No. 73. from St.: Petersburg, Lakeland t

Mrs. George Pasteur and baby and Mr. I I and Tampa, arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves I I Kill the germ that causes dandruff

Tom Pasteur leave: tomorrow for Ok- JEWELERS. 1 p. m., for Jacksonville. falling hair and baldness you will ha o'

lawaha to spend a month on the lake. I Southbound I no more dandruff, and your hair must

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crawford and two I No. 39, from Jacksonville, arrives STOW luxuriantly. Nwbro's'!

children and Miss Whittle went down j 2.33:!; p. rr ; leaves. 2:55 p. In.I I not only contains the dandruff ge!n.

today. Mr. Whaley and Mr. Pasteur I S. S. 0. &. G. destroyer, but it is also a most delieht-

will spend their Sundays with them.D. LUMBGRROUGH ful hair dressing for refular toilet u"-
No. 49, leas ;:10 a. nu for Homo-
No other hair preparation is! on this::
s"cga! *
M. Boney has opened his optical i ![ scientific basis of destroying the L!ro-
No. 4:, leaves 10:05 a. m., for Ju'ilette -
parlors in the Montezuma block. He is : Archer, Lake City and points j druS germs.: It stops all irritatiok ...

prepared to give any test that can DRESSEDSee ..rth. k- the scalp sweet pure and wholajsome -
you r I Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion dyspepsia! sour stomach

get in New York or any city. He cor- i No 47. leaves 3 p m., for Homosassa Remember that something tired stomach, weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach, nervous
rects all failing\\ vision of the Inverness and south. 'claimed to be "just as good'1 will notIdo
eyes. Phone i points
or stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
the work of the genuine Herpiri.jf.Sold :
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. You :
No 44 arrive 9:40: a. m., from Ho-
can save by calling on him by leading druggists.;: Send If'--' .
money I ITwsassa.I ; tnftnt ., t>.1.**] DI".t. What You ftAM fwuuto when B. H. SEYMOUR in for sample to the Herpkii: I ,CD wttt u.. u nttkUttl. ..uwI
needing work. He Is a graduateof stamps r wry.ri o yahoo the S.ath twat
No. 45 arrives 12:20:! ro, from Invprnss
p. a.,Ctietjo 014 .or M...' .!...
the highest standard optical Insti- I Juliette and points south. Co_ Detroit, Mich. Tydir.g. & Co., I m R..r.

tute of New.York City. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla X G. 4$ arrives 6 p. In., from Homo- Special Agents Ocala. Fla. SOLD BY THE ANTl-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.








Washington. August Occasional only! judicial tribunal in Ocala

Masons meet Thursday night. showers tonight and Wednesday.Mrs. that can call an offender down is that

---- of his honor. Mayor Will Edwards, who

Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. T. J. Nixon and children who did some of it this morning.

have been spending a week in Ocala; we are always on the lookout for the very best things that There were Several violators but the

Fresh Cracker Jack at Taylor's. with friends, returned to their homein case of Lee vs. Revs. Dean and Dukes He that knows
of decided
are advantage to ovr patrons we to placein ,
Gainesville yesterday. Mrs. Nixon's elicited the most intense interest. It ,
Telephone 150 Hermitage Dairy. stock
husband was a former pastor of the arose over a horse-whipping, in which

M. E. church in this city, and was Lee. Mr. H. A. Ford's dusky Jehu and knows that he
Odd Fellows meet this evening.
highly esteemed by our people. was the aggressor and his wrath
which he had nursed for several days,
Chocolate Puffed Rice at Taylor's. burt forth in all its as the reverends -I
Mrs. T. E. Biggs and three children fury s knows is wise.

accompanied Mrs. H. C. Gwvfe and son referred to were passing along the ,
Walter Hawkins spent Sunday In
to Hfondfor!Onvilk.. N. C.. froth which sidewalk of the Marion Hardware Co..
Ocala. advertised in the Ladies' Home Jour
are so
place Mrs. Biggs and the rN jren, aftera about T o'clock. Lee had spotted Rev- Follow him.

month's stay, will prood to Prin- nal. A chart model is furnished with each Ladies' Home Dean as the object of his wrath andas
We will not be undersold for cash.
The Fair. cess Ann, Md., to visit Mr. Biggs' pa- Pattern the two presiding elders passed -Arabian 1+.
rents. -AT along Lee spied them and began to

"lay it on" Rev. Dean. Then Rev.
Repairs began on the M. E. church
The noon arrivals at the Montezuma Dukes took Dean's part and Lee turnedhis

today.A Hotel today were T. W. and O. P. attention to Dukes and drew blood I
Hood, Dunnellon.; W. R. Peterson, Trilby from his ear with the cracker of the I
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- '
dings ft Co. ;; G. McLean. Conant; H. M. Goethe - whip. Dukes tried to defend himself I He that knows
Summerfield; G. R. Franz, Jacksonville,: with his umbrella and backed Lee to

At Rhcinauer's, Hammocks from and }Ir. Petteway, Leroy. Masters' sidewalk ere a policeman. I
11.50 to $15. hearing the crack of the whip cameto 1 ( )
There Is more Catarrh In this section have just received a large and the relief of the engaged parties

At Rheinautr's, Caihing Suits for of the country than all other diseases handsome line of Globe Warnicke sec- FULLER & BLALOCK and put them under bond which they

ladies, men and boys. put together and until the last few tional book cases, in golden and Danish quickly supplied. Major Izlar defended UneedaBiscuit

years was supposed to be Incurable.For oak finish, and in plain and leaded DENTAL SURGEONSOffices Dukes, and the evidence was so

Mr. Jesse Emerson has a position in a great many years doctors pro- glass fronts. McIver & MacKay.ICE clear hat Dukes only aided a friend
over Munroe & Chambliss Bank I
the Commercial Bank. nounced it a local disease and prescribed and attempted to resent Lee's assault

local remedies, and by con- CREAM TODAYAt OCALA, FLA. that the court promptly released R
Dr. LJkina Is prepared to examine the stantly failing to cure with such treat- Ta>lor's. Five flavors-Chocolate, Terms CashJ. Dean and Dukes and taxed Lee $

human eye scientifically ment, pronounced It incurable. Science Pineapple Peach Vanila and Bisque. and costs.

has proved Catarrh to be a con- After the trial it was the theme of

At Rheinauer's, Patent Mosquito stitutional disease and therefore requires WILLOW GOODSWe E. CHACE, the morning's conversation among our and knows that he
Nets at special low pricn.. constitutional treatment. Hall's colored population. Many of the
have received I
just a good
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. many younger members of the race justified |
articles in the newest designs of willow DENTAL SURGEONOffice
W. ar* headquarters for fancy box- Cheney & Co., Toledo 0., Is the only Lee in his assault on Rev. Dean, but I ILee's
goods, such as chairs, rockers, knows
Btptr, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. constitutional cure on the market. It Upstairs, Commercial Bank grievances were not permitted to j
couches, settees, tete-a-tete chairs, etc.,
is taken internally in doses from 19 Building, Ocala, Florida. be ventilated in court, as Major Izlar I
making stock of these goods the
FOR SALE-200 bushels of seed oats. drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly our quickly suppressed the facts leadingup
most and In to be I
Apply to S. H. Christian Ocala, Fia. on the blood and mucous surfaces of prettiest TERMS, CASH. to the whipping. I
found in the county. Mclver & Mac-
the system. They offer one hundred There was another case of drunk"

Children's Iron cribs, several styles dollars for any case it fails to cure. Kay. and asleep! on the sidewalk. The colored Uneeda

cow In. Ocala Furniture Company.Mrs. Send for circulars and testimonials. THE ONLY WAY TO CURETo THE BUSIEST BALLOT accused said he was never drunk, I j I

Address F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, that he had been working and sat down ]
J, E. Jordan of Tampa is!' In Ohio. cure a cold when you have no BOX IN TOWN IS AT to rest, but he failed to say for whom :

Ocala visiting her mother, Mrs. Layne. Sold by druggists, 7i!;e. Taki halls cough-to cure a cough when you have he was working and the court assessed Biscuitis

Family: Pills for constipation.Mrs. no cold-to cure yourself when you him $5 and costs.!'
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- have both-take Kennedy's Laxative ,

er toilet articles. Tydings and Com- DovUing of Plant City, who hasbeen Honey and Tar. The new Idea the I BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4000 j
Jlan)'. original Laxative Cough Syrup. It con- Here is where you can cast a ,
visiting friends in Ocala returned -
If taken soon, we have for sale a well fed.
home yesterday, companied by tins no opiates, and Is best for coughs, half vote with a drink of soda. II I
A fresh stock of Lowney's candles In brick block, containing three stor
1 colds, whooping cough, etc. The little votes count because there
Miss Aurelia McAteer, who will visit croup
all sized packages Just received at large hall, six offices above, on g'l
for some time at Plant City. Pleasant to the taste, and equally gold are so many more of them. They
Taylor's. reasonable terms. A fine investment; Dine with him.
for the child or adult. Remember the come with greater frequency and !'
will pay 15 per cent or more. If in-
name "Kennedy," and that the red soon multiply into the thousands.Get .
LOST-A mileage book containing see
W. are offering some Bargains: in / I terested, inquire of Ditto & Malonev.: ,
I. clover blossom and the bee is busy and vote here for
honey your
GoO miles of transportation lost in
books, novelties, ,to., at the Ocala Ocala Fla.
News Co. Ocala last Saturday afternoon or Sun- on the bottle. Kennedy's Laxative favorite in the great NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

day. Leave same at the Star office. .Honey and T..1Is the original Laxative -
This is kodak weather. We sell ko- Contains name of J. P. Buie. I Cough Syrup. Take no other. Sold LIBRARY CONTEST.
I Now Is the time to buy Chamberlain's -
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
data and kodak: things. The PostolTiee
Coli:, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Drugstore. WANTED hustler for local agent Seats for all voters and
a coun-
Remedy. It is certain to be needed j
for the American Life Insurance Co.
cil room for to devise
you your Don't/oTI't
I sooner or later, and when that time
We will deliver "a brick of cream'at Salary and commission. Apply to J. going to travel, don't fail to see line of battle. Don't go away j
comes will need it badly will
any time. Just phone the Anti-Mo- F. Hooper, district manager, Oeala.Fla our line of trunks, all kinds, sizes and you you Ii|I Graham Crackers
need it quickly. Buy it now. It ,
nopoly Drugstore.FOR tf. prices; also] valises, satchels, suit cases Without Voting lor Your may
save life. For sale by the Postoffice '! Batter Thin Biscuit
etc. The best line and most attrac-
SALE-An Oldsmobile runa- Mrs. Charles R. Tydings left today tive prices in Florida. Mclver & Mac- Favorite at Drugstore. I I
Social[ Tea Biscuit
bout and a Queen touring car. Condition I fur Mont Vale, Va.. while her charming Kay. I

guaranteed. H. C Jones. sister Miss Annie Davis, who accompanied FROXLER'S.WATCHES Mrs. M. A. Robertson of Lowell, whospt'nt Lemon Snaps
'I the past month at Plant City.l I
her, h* ticketed for Colum DOCTORS SAID H! {
At RhAJ flatett Styles ofLaditt' bus Ohio, to sIlt' heated term. stopped over Sunday in Ocala to visit':
Htoks WOULD NOT LIVE her daughter Mrs. Proctor, the matron !
Utz &. l
Our FOR RJ.XTnew 8-room house, Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes: I WLarLF For of the hospital. I i

ted on Dougherty street. Apply to "After doctoring for two :years with the
I'. Gates. best physicians in Waynesburg, and I Y Have you seen those little alcohol'
And stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just i
still getting worse, the doctors advisedme
the thing for these hot days, and cheap
IE 150 HERMITAGE DAIRY. if I had any business to attend toI
Costs 75c. for the stove and
you :
had better attend to it at once, as I
2c. hour to It.
A. Ford is at his marble could not possibly live another month, an run i

eint ..o Ii in Alabama He is expected as there was no cure for me. Foley's F. G. B. WEIHEThe
ak Mr. C. C. Yates, of the Decker canta- ,
the last of the week. Kidney Cure was recommended to me
lug tun salvage sale at a I
farm at in town
I hv T Jeweler. loupe Anthony was
-n friend and Immediately sent mvson

Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the to the store for It, and after taking I' Monday morning. He and his family ,i
The purest and finest toilet soaps a to leave for Vincennes. Ind., the I SALVAGENEWSTomorrow
scalp clean If used according to direc hree: bottles I began to get better and expect iI
large stock of the best goods alwayson last of this week. I
hand. Tydings and Company.Rev. tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice (Continued to improve until I was entirely W.C. BULL

Drugstore.The I: well." Sold by the Postoffice
II The finest ani most complete stockof
D. Bottolaccio will leave next I Drugstore. Contractor and
perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn
Pa- pills that act as a tonic and not
week for Palatka to labor in the Builder the city at Tydlngs and Company.Mr. .
latka mission for the remainder of the as a drastic purge are DeWitt's Little q _,_-

summer. Early Risers. They cure Headache, Quick and careful estimates made. Jack Harrison has closed out _

Constipation, Biliousness, etc. Early o ry Box 64, Ocala Fla. his main street store, and with his
Picnickers can now carry cream with Risers are small, easy to take and easyto c family will leave today for York wherehe

them and have real hard cream all day. act-a safe pill. Mack Hamilton, 'Tulula Lodge No. 22: I. O. O. F., meets will engage in business. The grocery Wednesday August

One or two quarts will keep inderi- hotel clerk at Valley City, N. D., says: .every Tuesday evening in Yonge's hall. store will be continued here by ,

nltely. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.W. "Two bottles of these famous little pills J. II. Spencer, N. G. Captain Harrison.-Leesburg Com I
BURNETT 2nd Will Be A
cured me of chronic constipation. Royal Cole Secretary. mercial. ,

D. Condon will speak from the Good for either children or adults. Sold ,

band stand In the court house Wednesday by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. HARNESS, LAPROBES, ETC. We bid for your Business on the

afternoon at 2:30.: His theme I We have an enormous line of har- THE TAILOR merits of our merchandise and the ,

will be "Dispensary vs. Prohibition. Sheriff Henry Gordon and Fire Chief I ness, much of it particularly suited to lowness of our prices. The Fair.

Brigaiu-e left today for Hot Springs, 1 the summer season; summer laprobes, DRESS LINEN DAY

FOR RENT-Desirable cottage, be- Ark., to spend three or four weeks. fly nets, whips umbrellas, canopies, Will move into his NEW Miss Guseie Roller, a charming young

longing to Major T. C. Hall, on Eichel- etc. Fit our your horse and buggy at STORE building on lady from Ocala, who has been visitingher

berber Heights. Apply to Troy lIall.lIt'rchants' Don't go to Jacksonville for your ,our store. You can't do better. Mo- Fort King Avenue on aunt, Mrs. J. H. Merrida), will

block. Terms reasonable. cream. Give us your order twelve Iver & MacKay. leave shortly for Georgia to attend

hours before hand and get the best, or about school.-Palatka News. I AT THESALVAGESALE.

put up right. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore If want to vote In the
Buy an alcohol stove for ?5c. at the you coupons
- library contest, take the Star, renew Welch's grape juice always on hand
UI Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea. AUGUST 1 1ST.
i for family trade at the Postoffice
coffee, or any light cooking. Heats your subscription pay up your I
water in a jiffy and only costs 2c. an Dr. Thomas' l'1h"ook..d'ht'at Biscuit back bill. Money paid here for advertisements Drugstore.

hour to burn. will cure any case of stomach or job work or subscriptions See his fine line of piece
liver trouble or indigestion. Eat a calls for coupons. Among the beautiful and attractive
goods summer clothing -
,resent at the Bhtchton meeting .
Morgan Davenport of Weirsdale small biscuit three times a day and persons i
will be well and andrapidly was Mrs Cora Priest. widow of the
soon strong
was in town today and reported that you INDIGESTION CURED _
late Sheriff A. T. Priest! of Inverness
in For sale
gain by Ty-
he had regained his health and is There is no case of Indigestion, Dys-

again at his forge. Tlngs & Co. pepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not Burnett.I
The King's Daughters'. will meet yield to the digestive and strengthening We offer 367 yards 36 inch Pure Linen Crash, worth
The prettiest line of rugs that we influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Thursday morning' in the Elks' Hall at Merchant Tailor. ft. A. Stephens of Bushnell wa I 35c. for J9c. yard.
have ever shown has just been This remedy takes the :strain off th! per
10 o'lloik. A full attendance Is demr..d, in town Monday with his brotherinlaw -
ed. Ocala Furniture Company.New rl'cl'IV-1 stomach by digesting what you eat ond
M". Cahoon, of Oak. and rtc'newed I
allowing it to rest until it grows strong 1 3000 yards Fancy Colored Dress Linen worth I5c. to
Mr. and Mrs Jno. T. Moore and baby his allegiance: to the Star. ,
sweet potatoes are now on the again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords MEN ONLYAre
and Mrs. George Davis and children 25c., for Sc., per yard.
market. All fear of a famine in Florida 'quick and permanent relief from Indigestion ,
Sheriff Gordon sold three had oi l
went to Green Springs, near St. Petersburg e
is now dispelled. and all stomach troubles,

eeks. yesterday to spend a few builds up the system and so purifies I Requested Not to Read This, As It They horses brought this morningat J40. J7s and public J131 sale respectively : JOOO yards White Dress Linen-these were sold to us for

Sunday cream. Why matte ne or that disease cannot attack and gain is Intended for the Ladies I pure linen, but upon dose examination we found
two quarts? We sell It in a much nicer a foothold as when in a weakened con-
FOR SALJ.-A Franklin typ.writcr'lcost Whose attention we Invite to our peculiar them mixed with a small cent of
dition. Sold the \ntl- per
form in one and two-quart lots. Will J75; new style and used very little, by Ionopol adaptability to progressive Mrs Howell of Bomford and Mrs

keep all day. Leave us your orders Sat- $15 cash, or $20 on time. Apply quickat Drug Store.Lowney's. cabinet-making and trust they will allow McDonald of Folkston Ga., who )hav: cotton worth 25c., for lOc.yd.

urday morning. Anti-Monopoly Drug- this office. I us to furnish estimates any bt'in.i'iting their parents, Mr anc':I

store. at Candies Taylor's.Do ,. received fresh fryexpress thing carpentry needed in theft Mrs Felder Lang in Ocala, have re, 500 yards mixed Fancy Dress Linen, worth Oc. for 3c, yd.

I Mr. 3L W Agnew and daughters will turned home.
Nothing too small tot us; nothing too
Jerry Burnett, the up-tq,-date tailor I 11i0: to Lake Weir and spend several
Is now in his new quarters on Fort months. During their absence Mrs. you suffer with asthma or ca- large., Our Art Noveau We have some very handsome rug;,
I tr.nh? Then use Adam's Cure. Price, I
King avenue, just south of the Teapot Arms will have charge of their house and art squares for parlor, sitting anc:
Grocery. I in Ocala I 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For Combination Chests and Settees are dining room._ Ask to see them. OcalaFurniture THURSDAY AUG. 3
ale by Tydings & Co. I becoming jniversal favorites in Ocala: Company.Miss ,
I low in price, but high in efficient use-

Dr. Likins carries the largest line ..t I fulness. A postal wW bring us. Sue Anderson left yesterday for

astigmatic ani: prescription lenses In. J. McNEALY & CO.,
Wilmington. N. C., to spend the summer -
SELF PAYING :the state. If need glasses consult sale of
I him.! you "The Ones That Don't Wait"No. with friends. We will give the biggest cut-price

-. 12. Fort King avenue. Two sizes of those famous Nashville White and Colored Lawn ever inaugurated :
LIFE Nunnally's candies fresh every week ranges, "The Princess," have just been

I by express, and only 60c. per pound. received. This fine range (and there is in this city.

You don't have to pay for the namein McIvER & MaoKAY none better) is :25! per cent. cheaper

I buying these goods, and there is no I than any other range of its value.] The

'better candy sold in this market. Sold i Ocala Furniture Company.

C. 14: REDDITT, I'and recommended by the Postoffice I FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Drugstore.A LOST-Between Silver Springs, Con-

I UNDERTAKERS nor and Sharps ferry, one large leather
Room No. St/Gary Building. handsome line or new and stylish I! and grip, containing valuable papers, etc. WATCH TO-MORROW'S NEWSPAPERS.

iron beds just received. Ocala Fur- A reward will be paid for its return

niture Company. I EMBALMERS I to L. W. Jackson, No. 2S4, Oklawaha

DISTRICT MANAGER FORFIDUTY More than a dollar's: value for every I Fine Caskets avenue. -

dollar's worth of goods bought Is our

[ 1TAl[ [ un l 1SLRL1NCE[ l\\ r : m effort.When The in need Fair. of anything in fancy I and Burial RobesAll window has who Mr.returned has Kenneth trimmer been to at McPherson.Ocala Tampa and dry to for remain.goods some the expert time man. ,i YflRIETY STORE.

china, dinner; sets, crockery of any kind I Work Done by Licensed Embalmers "

PHILADELPHIA PA try the Ocala News Co. and Fully Guaranteed 1. PHONE 150, HERMITAGE DAIRY.




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sale daily to various resorts North Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April I11995.
First Class Meals
v':;(> I and West limited to October 31 to return -


I The Cod Liver Oi> Emulsion "p, f'& &flrt" for KEE MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining Coughs. Coldi Influenza BronchitU La Grip : DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and No. 99 I No. 191! STATIONS No.78itdo., 93Daily.

Sore Throat ant Lunjs, Catarrh Pneumonia : PUEBLO. : Dally.i hll,. Dallj ,.
Consumption ai c a.. u.monary Dsea.s. All ; _.
Room open until midnight. Personal Drnggis t'4u"Iles. 50c and |i. Extremely Low Rates to Portland, Ore. --j Ii 001'1961>& LY _._.__..Jark ..nnlle.... .__ Ar 'OO"'p507P 8 SQa
I Account Lewis & Clark Contennial Exposition 9 U a' __:;0). Jaclo.:!<.n..me_.._ LY 6 52p S 42&
attention given to special orders anythingthe TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL : : 6 15 plO 55: al, ___ st. AflgUt1fle ___ Ii 50 p T 40&
: also to SAN FRANCISCOand 653 P 1132 a; .. _._...........Ha :in _____. 4 55 p S 69 a
market offers prepared for the table on I to all: 5eds naae and address to ; LOS ANGELES. --1 TlopIIooa; .. _............. :...I1'aata i."h''''''_.. '' ::1'1' 625aS

short notice. OZOMI'LSION:: CO93 Pine Strut. New York I II ONLY LINE operating through I So p12 15p'r ....._...__PalAtka_.__._.. Lv 101'1 S 00 to
I I 00 6 U 25 a'Lv ...._....._....._Pa.aLka __._ -._ Ar II 00 Pt 6 55 aI
sleepers: from Florida to Chicago. C\ Pill 18251'12001'I- _____l_ -

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. : ONLY LINE operating through Ar ....._.__... in Mt.o......_ __. Lv 2101'1...._.... ca
"0 2 10 500 a Lv ...--. .m._Soan 11.n....,..__.... .if C23p16OiT3Op1s3pL.
sleepers from Florida to St Louis with PI C

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. Special Rates { DINING CAR SERVICE. 'I C ..._..............!\toga......_...._... LV! 5':1'1550&' ::
= SO3p124p .. ._._...__BnnLt"lli__._ 344Pi 5365 n
SAN FR.XCISCOXD LOS A"GEi i Through Tourist Sleepers to California 8 10 I' 1:1: 65 P M _. ....___.Dul.-zL.....__...._ M 3 4 5 29& r+
Special Price to Regular Boarders I C\ 841p1 1 'pi .. _._._..._ lrm.nd..._...._ .. 3 10 Pli 459a
LES. Rate l 0.1O. Tickets sold certain FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS C\ II SSp I .. _._.._.__Day;\__..._ "4 3 00 4 47a """IJ.I .
dates, April 10 tc August 14. 9O4I I ICip' .. _.........._P.rO'aire.: ...... .._._ .. :I 5 Rev. James Henry Darlington, I Ii Finest Dining Car Service in the South \ ) 9 2S I'i :2 IS P Ar ...__...... !\ew myrwL...._ 2 30 I' 4 15 a ..,
inc., final return limit 90 days from l ,
THE CARM1GHAEL & SON GO Former rector of Christ church I, date of sale, not to exceed November I II ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N. .E --1-21 aSH PI 110 Ar., .._ ..._ Lake-H..lf'lI---........._ Lv::12 6 I'--6 10 P Q-.
Brooklyn bishop! of the Harrisburg i I For rates and schedules to any ,oir.t 10 3Y a 355 P .. _......._01&11)' I'ay "'_""". .. ,12"" I'. 5 54 I' .,
diocese of the Episcopal church. 30. 11> 6 00 ......_Or/Ulg. City Jln..U.1...._ ;12iO: p 5 45 pFs
I North or West, and for Pullman re- L. 4511.1 1'1 0

McGrath's Stand I PHONOGRAPHS i! servations call write George E. 9 3i pi :I 2 I' Lv.... ..........ew Smytn&...___.... Lv' O I' 'Ou =
At Fighting Fires in China. EDISON on or 10 00 I', 2 5l1 _.__._._.'l'):11< Ilia...._...._. .. 1 511' 3 39 a ..,
"I was in Pekin," said a tourist, Edison recor s, only 35 cents; large :| Herring. Fla. Pass. Agt., L. & N. R. R. :: 10 SI; p S 30 P U ".. ..... ...... 'rltUJlvlllt. ...___. llSp.3001

when a fire broke out a few doors : selection in stock. Can furnish any 205 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. Q ;- ;.........J lr......-....-....... II n f.t-i...._._....._..Lv:10 00 a.10 00 i a Q
I I Edison record in three or four days. I -- I en 18 'lOOOaLv .........._ .._ .s.tnr.rd.. ............ Ar---' 900& ::
which I
tciow the house:; in *"as lodging ( L. ----- --- -
and at the first alarm! I rufhtd: Perpetual points will give sweeter mu- :t THE COLORED PEOPLE'S I d 1039 P I 30 p1 Lv ..........__ Tttusnle__...... Lv,: 1 Iii 1': 3 001 .,
natural tone than othI I 11 II P 6 091". .. ___.__...\Ia.__.__._ .. 12 31 2 19 a .,
cut and into the burning structure to I sic. more any I 0 11 22 l' 6 13 p .. __.... _n.wkl..Ire, ._.__ .. ,12 30 p1/ :2 16 a
gee what could be saved. I was at er. You can play Edison records three i: DEPARTMENTRev. 11 03p 4 4r'1 .--F.u6ii.Lie.._..._ __ .. 11 58ai 1 44ab.c _
I I thousand Call and hear and 1205 a 4 54 PI __JIt'lboun,8_. ....___ ,,11 f a 1 3' a
1 1I once arrested. and, later on, discovered -' tims. I J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. C 12 In a Ii 31 .. __..__...S"bll5tian.-._ _... I Ill 0& a 12 51 a
A Healthy Liver Makes I the Chinese way of fighting a I I see for yourself. A. E. Burnett. Ocala, t 3a 6 PI .. ...._....._..St. Lui......_......_ 10 1a I'.IlJOm.
C. 155 a 66' .. .._...........}.'rt 1'1-1\.1.'...____ .. ,IU U/i a 11 55 r t-J
Fla I II I U :218a '70p, _...._...._TlhI a1s_......_._. .. 93ilall J P0
A Well Man fire."A policeman first required an affidavit You will do a Christian act by calling ib :223& 712p!, .. _........._.FA'n........ _..._ ". 92aI11" ....
TOURIST RATES I :2 2\a, I 111', .. _.._...._._J..n SUMMER continues
o! the head of the houshold to ( I to see Ed Bishop, who en :2 39! a'' 7 281' -._.........-... iti'it-------..._ ..,z 911 all Qi pa ::3
the effect that he did not deliberatelyset VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE very ill indeed. I' O a '1 SOp ... _....._.. flobt.'und....._._. .. 42a10: 15poJ '
; I 127 a 8 14 I' ....._.. West Jopit'r....__._ .. Ii 24 altO n I'I C.
the house ablaze and for this purpose -i| If you contemplate visiting summer Look before you leap and be sure I u 4 01 a II 61 P _..__Wst rltm! Bt'lICh....._ .. '. 6381 is P ""
took him before an official half and then ahead. Read '- 6 32a 9 iSp .. ..._...... ..B..ynton........ ..._ 'I ; 9 ISp -II
I resorts see ticket agents Atlantic I you are go I '= 4 42a 9 28p .. ....._. ........_ 1.1riv............__ blat 1 9 08 P .Qc
a mile away. A second was stationedto Coast Line. and get all information between the lines. .. 6 37 a 10 n 1', .. ............_It. La'Ilr.laIe.! ....._...... 6 Ii a 8 15 P
that no one removed any furniture -I I CQ 6th .._ ............._ Pana__....._._ 1\ 10 a 8 Cup
gee ]1 with reference to rates ro-tes, schedules For conuortable lodging and good 6 58 '10301'1! .._.......JI"lIan'.l'.._..._....... .. 5 t8 a 7 56II
I II until the papers had been made and Pullman servic Summer meals call at the Mack House. Terms 26 ai 117 pi .. _.............. L-Ri 'II (Hi ..__........ 536 a 'I 29 P
,I out. I S 35a'll' iSp Ar ........ ........._M"1.mIL....,:.._..._. L'I Ii 23a 7 20p
I tourist rates are now in eifect to a'lI very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack, -
I "After a lapse of forty minutes the I I the principal resorts throughout the. proprietress.The Dally Datly
1 firemen arrived. They looked at the : Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTtNSION Ex.
country, with return limit October 31. Ocala District Convention of the Sun Sun.
house and decided that it was '
TEAM ISMS I Rates have been announced to all' -,-
on fire. After much argument it was 1.)1.. E. church will rvnvene at Mt. 1:3: Lv ...._.. ...........Miaml_...._....._. Ar ..',... .J 11 6 OOp
A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT i springs. mountain and seashore resorts. I '!',,}.or A M. J;' ,.hllrf'hl41'II"t 911. A Ar -- Lv .._....j S 45p
further agreed that it would be a I
UVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system waste of water to try to put out the, Ii For the first'time round t. ip ticketsare I 1."I I I ,
with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine.! HERB1NE is a guaranteed now on sale to lesorts in New Ens- Ni. 23'No. 21 No. 19 No. 17 No.Ill I -IKo. 20 NO.21 Ka.Z4
of the Ocala
flames. After the name age and LabUS I The Pt-r.tecostal meeting | MAYPORT ??. 18
Dilly BRANCH. Dally
cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER '-_ ..-_ _m____ I._.. ... ._1. .,-" ,! land territory. M. E. churchwill commence I EiSvn Only Only. Sunday Only. EI Dally Sun Sunday Sundar1
and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leavIng 01 me uwuer uau ueeii laiveu, meflre I District ( |, Daily. Only. Only !EsSu*

any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that department retired in good order. I I at Ueddkk M. E. church. Monday, \u-I 00 P -1-6 45 pi 1S 2 00 p 9 30 a1 I 00 a Lv ........Jacksonville....._ Ar830a:- 11-00 n -545p-6 15 p
One bottle purchased today save you froma As the flames were unhindered, the WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS gut 11. Everybody: is fnvfted.If I I 08p 6 6i p! 2081' 9 38a'' 9 08 a Ar ._.S... Ja.-k,.'-mille...... LT.h 22 a 11 62: a 5 :37 p'' S OT p
purpose. may 640p 7 54 pi :2 40 p'10' 10 a 9 39 a ..._.jiil.I.. B.a--li........ j '1 61.1' all 20 a 5 05 pi t 35 p
sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Constipation house burned to the ground and when The Iron Mountain Route has now you want a bargain in shoes, I (45p T 29 PI > 45 p 16. 15 a' 9 41 a. ...... .Atlantic beach...... .. 1 7 45 a 11 15 a 5 Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all Liver the owner returned he was beaten by on sale very Irw rate tickets to HoiSprings dress goods house and kitchen furnishing TOOp 7 45 > > 00'p' 10 30 siC 00 a .......... Mayp..rt.......... .. I 7 30a'1 011 a 4 45p, 4 15 p

Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession his neighbors for endangering their i Ark. Tickets can be bought go..1s. visit the New Racket Red '

generally. .1 property. I was held in durance vile on ceitain days during July August: Tag and Mi.]ummtr Clearance I PENIKStlAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S I for two hours, and then fined 3"> and September at one fare plus tw. ale. We are going to give you real ,

dollars for the round trip. Write for:
ENDORSEMENT I cents. bargains. i Close Connection Made at Miami with/ Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company For
literature descriptive of hotels etc. .
Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician of Umatilla Lost Language.A I. E. Rehlander T. P. A.. I *call at B. F. Holland's barber shop i iI HAVANA AND KEY WEST.These

Fla-, says: "1 have been using Herbine in my prac- monument to a lost language is Tenn. | for a first class shave, hair cut shampoo .
tice and am well pleased with the results. I always I etc. Razors in first
to be found in the village of St. Paul', --- - ---- put proper
keep some on hand. and think it a grand" medicinefor near Penzance, in Cornwall, and it is class !'hal'e. and satisfaction guaranteed Time Tables show the times at which trains may beejrrte .
Biliousness and Liver Complaints. I I from the several stations bat their arrival ord-paiturrat ttit tinisetate telieved to be the only monument in L.ALEXAKDEPPractical in every particular. North Magnolia la this Company to be held responsible for any delays or auy consequences arising theretroa

Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes I existence which marks the death of a I St., near the S. A. L. .... -

vanished tongue. It commemorates I ..\. W. Walker the world champion For Con of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St. the death of the last woman who 'I I shaver and hair cutter has opened a, "SEE THE TICKET AGENT' s-

spoke in the Cornish language, and I CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful baiber shop in Fred Powers' blocK I

Louis. U. S. A. was erected by a Frenchman. Try: his keen razors, hair dippers J. D. RAHNER Awt. Oen'l PMS. A&t., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,

I It is a granite obelisk about se.enfeet estimates made on all contract scissors and be convinced' of his superior -I

high and is built into the churchyard work. Gives more and better work skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. Razors Schedule on Mayport Branch and Horn estead Extension Florida East Coast
the front facing the highway for the money than any other in town.
i wall and concaved in good shape. Railway
SOLD *ND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGI::>> S. where it is plainly discernible by I
Weish to cail l the attention of the Effective Tune 3, 19f"3. the si-he-luli. n l1ro's rot i".' anch and
all who pass that way. The upper
public to the ctnning needs' of Howard Homestead Extension, now shown in 'inwiz" 1. additional -
part Is in the form of a Maltese The .
Academy. The opming we expect trains being put into servir,> nd
cross. The inscription reads as fol
NEW SEASIDE INN.I low.: "Here lieth interred Dorothy will be very large and the increase in the service between Miami and lit

entreath. who died in 1777, said to attendance will surpass that of previous each way, leaving Miami S a. m.,

save been the last person who conVersed PortlandExposition I :years. Another building or an riving Miami 2:30: p. m. For

Leading Hotel and Pleas we Resort on in the ancijut Cornish, the j''I annex is an imperative necessity, ande Ry., or for pocket time-card

of this from I \\ hope that steps will at once be taken -
peculiar language/ country
the East Coast oi Florida.
the earliest records till it expired in to meet this need.

the 18th century in parish of St. Paul." We hope that none of the male sex

EVERYTHING MODERN. will get offended but we must state in

LOW ROUND TRIP RATES I II I OPEN JUNE 1ST behalf of one of our dress making establishments !-I, AtlanticTHROUGH s Line

.FROM OCALA VIA 1 in the city that some of
Homelike and Comfortable. TO OCTOBER 15TH I I
the men continually call by and
Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Beach. ATLANTIC COAST LINE young
I sit to talk or gossip especially in business -
Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
I Are You
Going !' hours, which is detrimental to the CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
Thh ty Stepe from Big Pavilion and Great Ocean Pier $18.25-Monteayle, Tenn.-Tickets soli
of the establishment. The ladies -
Aug. 5, 6 and 7, with final limit Aug. success :
I To Hit the Trail?; being too modest to excuse themto
Sea Foods a Specialty. 31, but by payment of difference between -
desist toke this method to ask themto -CONNECTIONS-
the rate at which ticket was
|2 PER DAY. SPECIAL! BY THE WEEK BE CAREFUL discontinue the samp and call! at the,
sold and tourist rate from
summer TO TH E EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah. Charleston Richmond
homes of those who inthey desire to
Address HORACE F. STEWART. point Jlonteagle at which and return ticket was extension isued t of): I In electing your River.route west of thMississippi II chat with. All Rail and Washington, th ence via Pennsylvania Ry.

final limit can be secured to Oct. 31I 70 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
I by depositing ticket with joint agentat SEE WONDERFULScenic Flyer route via Atlanta.TO .
I Monteagle. I have a large quantity or

Colorado as you Co-Entertain. hand lumber of all kinds which we will THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand
$34.05-Eureka Springs Ark. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington,
ing Enlightening Satisfying sell cheap and on terms to suit cus- Boston.
$42.10-Washington, D. C. Ticketsets tomer. Ditto & Maloney. Vii and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants; and Miners

WATCHES OF WORTHIn : sold" daily. good until October 31. MANITOU Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhlladelSteamship -

$51.15-Chicago, III-Tickets on sale PIKE'S PEAK AGONIZING BURNSAre phia.

I daily good until October 31. COLORADO SPRINGS,
ROYAL GORGE, instantly relieved and perfectlyhealed KEY WEST and HAVANA .Via Peninsular anc Occidental Steamship Co.
$34.75-Eldorado, MO. Tickets sold" on
BLACK CANON I by ituckleii's Arnica Salve. C. Route of the celebrated trains, Xe w York -nd Florida Special Florida
choosing such constant companion watch should bo careful first and rffird Tuesdays of August
a as a one
TENNESSEE PASS Rivenbark. Jr.. of Norfolk, Va., writes: and West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watsh and Se1'temr. final limit sixty days: CANON OF THE GRAND, "1 burnt my knee dreadfully: that it
from date of sale, not later than October Quickest schedules, superiorvservice. For information as to rates schedules -
old. MARSHALL PASS, blistered! all over. Bu'klen'srni'a
31. etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. Hartsell D. P.
There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment of I GLENWOOD SPRING!i Salve stopped the pain and healed it
I $85.90-Portland, Oregon Seattle, A.. Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson. T. M.. Wilmington. N. C.
reliable movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our guar Washington, Tacmna Washington and SALA LAKE CITY without a scar. Also heals all
I and soit-s. 25c. at the AntiMonopolyDrugstore.
Are AH: on This Line
antee with of Everett
goes every one course. I Uellingham Washington.
We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watches-both I Washington Victoria. 15. C.. VanCouver WRITE ME what time you will bl I

men's and women's. We carry and fully recommend Simmons' watch chains- B. C.'ia any direct route likely to make the trip. It may b, NOTICE APPLICATION FORI WHEN YOU GOTo
via other direct !
returning or
same any
the best known high quality, gold filled chains made. to our mutual advantage. Tax Dted Under Section 8! of Chapter
route. Tickets on sale daily to
\ 4S8S.! Laws of Floiida. the-
:30.: inclusive. RATES DIFFER different
September on days.
Notice i is hereby given that J. J. Fort

$86.20-To San Francisco-and L'>s .. purchaser of tax certificates. Nos. 137 i
LET )ARRANGE your trip. DiVers
A. E. BURNETT Angeles. California. Tickets on sale routes allowed. and 177. dated the 2nd day of June I 1 LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITIONAT

I at intervals;: in months of July, August WRITE TODAY l.s4. 192. dated the 3rd day of May.1.1IS"

and September. ... 2349. :23s' '>. dated the 2nd day ofj PORTLAND, OREGON,

$28.30-Cheap Rates to Hot Springs, LF.EPIXGp. RATE (Tourist), St. November, 1896, 1765 17S7. dated the,

I Loui> to,50.: 6th of 1S 11x2.:: dated the I Iou Will Want to Travel In the Full Enjoyment of Modern
1 -- -------- -- Ark.-Round trip tiikets on sale vn I I. day August. 11U. ',

the Atlantic Toast Line to Hot i Missouri, 1st day of July 1901. and 747 749. 753 SERVICESYSTEMSAFETYJust

Springs. Ark., $31 55. good for sixty: Pacific, i. E. REHLANDER 754 75;, 757. 76'J.' 772: 773.. dated the tell the Man Who Writes Out Tour Tuket to Make It :Read Via the

OHINESE LAUNDRY days. Tick ts sold first and third I Denver & Trav. Pass. Agt., 1st day of June, 1903 has filed said : DIXIE FLYER ROUTE

day of July. August and September. Rio Grande. Chattanooga, Tenr. certificates in my office and has made!
I 1- -- -- issue in The Nashville, Chattanooga! & St. Louis RailwayThis
application for tax deed to I
LEE HONG PROPRIETOR. Tickets on Sale Daily Good to Return 1I I --- and Nashville Over the
October 31 ,, I accordance with law. Said certificates I Route Takes You Via Atlanta fhattanooga

Tin VERY BEST LAUNDRY >ERV1CK OBTAINABLE IX OCALA. I embrace the following described Beautiful

Work taken very Jay ..f the week! and returned the third or fourth day then-alter. I $51.31-Asbury Park N. J. THE i .rty situated in Marion county rrop-I CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINSIn

Collars and cuff done up Troy stiff and glojsv. also fancy rtutliiK: and ruSliag: dmie iu the I $49.35-Atlantic City N. J. D t"-wit.: S\\ >.4 of . urtrbt and !est nlailn..r.linJ the shortest ntltt'.... $52.55-Chautajqua, N. Y. i
> .
.., and [ connections made with thro igh trains for Portland.
1. i*-14 nf nei ex 1.5ds n s I direct are
All g<>ihU t'. O. D. Called flf&t\ll.h.I1\.r.... free of charge. u,x>,..' left to be washed and $62. -Halifax, N. S. I
"ii f; ;;:id.- of se't of nel.c: 3. s',4 of I Buy a round trip ticket from Jacksonville to Portland. JSOJO.( good for
Uut called fur in 40 days will tie sold. $42.35-Hot Springs, Va. !I
and > of 4. of.t.I. :30 days.
'-\\ 14 ne 4 sw sec mJ,4

Family Washing Done at Reasonable Prices. $54.05 -Niagara Falls. N. N.Y.$59.20Saratoga .Y. + ?.-,. !.t. nw4 of nel, and se'4 of!:.. FREE st p-overs at Teilowstone Park, and in the Scenic Colorado'a

I Springs, 'ieit S*,. 11. sen of nw i of nw>i and YOU can return home a different route without any additional! cost. For more

Summer Tourist Rates are on sale of swi 11. of information free etc., write to 1';. J. WALKER,
!i'-:: of flWI. i sec ne'.i complete maps
Don't Lose Ticket Return all Unsatisfactory Work/ I to all Summer Rrsorts. The Great Eastern nw >4 sec 13. Stof SW'4 and wU of Fla. Pass Agt.. Dixie Flyer Route. Jacksonville Fla.

For further information call uponor SC1)4; less s4 of s j of se1* of swU see,
1 write to and Western Line ; 13. se'4 of neK and nw'. of ne'i sec

J. C. Maugh*. F. J. Huber, : > of 23. > of !, of
1:0. ne i ne\ sec e % sw ;
C. T. .\.. D .T. A. Across the Entire States 0:t neti ex 7.61 chs n and a by 5>0 chs e, Railroad Rates Worth Looking Over

0.11a. Florida.J. and in 23. eU of ei i of
| w se cor see

For a Short Vacation Run S. Hartsell. P. P. A., Tampa Fla. TEXAS and LUU1SIAi l : >\\ >4 of ne\4 and ne'< of s-eU sec 24 ,

nw-14 of sw4 and sw>4 of nwl4 ...E21..:
CARLOAD OF STOVESWe i' Round trip Convention! rat s on various dates until September 28, with
all in tp 16. r 24; also ei of swi; of
Over to I final limit 90 days to CALIFORNIA a nd LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION -
o TRurBU! : TII' AN' r.r.In..litJ i
of > and sUf :
: s'\ i4 <- .t' e. nei4 ne!. nw 4 !
have jut receives: an:; placed in PORTLAND OREGON" .Sen1 2-cent; stamp for illustrated booklet,
BVV ij sc T. se> of swU and e1h of
; 4 I
Direct Line to i Portland the Exposition and the Northwest.
our new warehouse a solid carload or which is a complete guide to
sw V 4 of s\\'V, sec 18. all in tp 16. r 25.i

HOT SPRINGS stoves and ranges which. with a carload NORTH TEXAS i The said lands ting assessed at the;i Round trip Summer rates to COLORADO AND UTAH until September ;iO,
1 already: in stock. gives us an Immense !
date of the issuance of such certificates -i final limit. October :31.
assortment. Call and inspect NhW MtXICO I
: 1
: in the names of Tropical Land,
them. These stoves were bought before : Round trip Colonist rates to LOUISIANA. TEXAS, OKLAHOMA and INDIAN
ARKANSAS I ARIZONA I Co., Ltd.: Fla. Sou. R. R. ( o., unknown i
the recent rt-avy advance In stove !
: TERRITORY each first and third Tuesday.
I R.0. Hall. N. C. Morrison. M. H. l< I'
low iron. Mclver & :MacKay. and |J.rison. B Irvine and W. G. Kelley.i I.I or-I'.I
Very rates. and Pullman Car t.
Dining Sleeping I Through Pullman Tourist Cars three days each week from Washington.
I : i i Unless said certificates shall be re-
Service. Tickets on sale daily. CREAMERY BUTTER CALIFORNIA ,i deemed an.nrding- law tax deed D. C., to San Francisco without change via Atlanta, }Montgomery, Mobile anu
I I New Orleans and Southern Pacific and two cars a week from St Louis to
25 CENTS A POUNDThe RITE: FOP. rB '4'K"rTEXk': FRF. will issue thereon <*n the :2nd day ofS.ptemb.r
I ; I II San Francisco C. & A. R. Ran.I Union Pacific R. R.
& Son Co. constantly A. D. 1945.I ).
Carmichael keep I
Geo. I II.: LEE I
ROCK Island on hand receiving a fresh supply TURNER I Witness my official signature and i it INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN
Gen. 1'ass. A >t., Dist. Pass. every two days delicious, pure i seal thus the 1st day of August A. D.
Agt., .1 General Passenger Agen G. W. ELY T. 1'. A. J. F. VAN RENS3ALAER
Ii Oeorgia creamery butter 25 cents perpound. !! liw! >5. S .T. Sistrunk, I

Little Rock, Ark Atlanta: Ga.: kept on Ice. Phone No. 27. I DALLAS, TEXAS 1 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Vhs.a .I I R. O. BEAN, T. P. A. Gen. Agt, Peachtree, St, Atlanta, Cia.v. .




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