The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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1905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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FRESH ARRIVALSOur I 'SWEDEN'S NAVY SUFFERS I( A F.regular& of A. M.communication Marion--j ROCKEFELLER'S RELATIONS i:I o, CAPITAL $50,000.00

Seven Sailors Killed and Eight Wound- \j a- [ Dunn Lodge. N'o. 19, Says He Played Freezeout on Theme

Beauty Barrel Snaps, ed by the Explosion of a F. & A. M.. will b I Just Like They Were : HERBERT A. FORD, President

f held in the temple : GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .
Submarine Mine
ZuZus, Thursday evening, August 3. I No Kin WATSON:':, Cashier.CENTRAL .

I I Stockholm. August 2.-Seven sailors Visiting brothers cordially invited.J. Cleveland, August 2.Spencer Rary, :

Lemon Snaps, I(i were killed and, eight severely injured B. Chaee, W. !1. a cousin of John D. Rockefellers wife, :

1 I by ai explosion of a submarine mine Jake Drown: Secretary. said today that Rockefeller drove him :

Uneedas and Nabiscos. doting mining practice in the San out of business. He says he was an i
I .
IthaiMt roads near St .("kh lm. The ; oil refiner sixteen years ago and he is JATIONAL BANK

-ALSOShredded j boat 'untainir.g the victims struck a CALAMITY LIARS TO certain that It Rockefeller had not ,,

Codfish I nn'fKand was blown into the air. driven him from business, he would j I

THE CONVICT CAMPSBe have become a wealthy man He is now j

Canned Syrup, I NOTICE TC THE PUBLIC a city.low-salaried clerk in an office in this OF OCALA.

Royal Luncheon Cheese, : During the illness and enforced absence Careful How You Shoot Off Your .

from the store of Mr. D. E. McIver Mouth if It is Loaded With Fever TAKE KODOL AFTER EATING J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

Olives Stuffed with the undertaking and embalming .
Celery, Rumors Directors- GEO MACK Y. ED HILLER.
o department of the business is In
chargeof After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol HERBERT A.
And Full Line Mr. Albert U Owens licensed GEORGE FORD.
a of Assorted a embalmer Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attackof R. S. HALL.

Canned Meats and VegetablesAT and undertaker, and one of thebest (Ja'ksllnvllleletrojti s. 1st.) Indigestion. Kodol is a thorough di-

informed and most skillful men Ir Mary Humes[ (colored was arrested L gestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion -

his profession in the state. Phone 203, last night on the charge of circulating: Dyspepsia, Gas on the Stomach -

THE TEAPOT GROCERY tt the Savoy. fal.reports concerning contagious Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad I

diseases being prevalent in Jackson- Breath and all Stomach Troubles. Sold I HOUSE FURNISHINGS
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THE VERONA INN by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ,
DO YOU WANTTO I -;-- colored. woman employed at the I

The Verona Inn, situated, on the blurt home of Thomas Clarke the well 1 OCALA HOUSE CAFE I

BUY ADo i j at Clearwater Fla., has over thirty known Main street druggist, stated Opposite A. C. I.. passenger depot, ''s Our stock of Furniture

I!! bedrooms and has all modern convenleiices that she} was going to gInup her position now open, under new management and I I and House Furnishing

| as it was built strictly for a and (leave the city, as she had
first class in
I tourist hotel, end is open now for thefirst t, every respect. Ala carteN j i
cell told by
Mary Humes Goods
I: time colored or meals to regular boarders $C per is second to none in the State
as a summer resort house. there, \\l""t.n'ral cases of yellow fever -
week through the summer months. I I
: ,, The Inn
setting the best summer table in the city. Mr. Clarke
White lde & Troxler,
on the West Coast. The fishing, lepoited the matter to the EVERY -
city hoard of KIND OF FURNITURE
Proprietors. OF ALL
1 lathing and boating at Clearwater LAP ROBES,
ale health and Dr. Miller, city health officer TINGS
'ta.. on the Culf: side The place and Chief Sanitary Inspector n..azi..J PCRTIFRc SADDLED, WHIF-S, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
if notably healthy, and is cooled by the look the matter in hand and found CAF.RIACE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;

+ w tj,}, -r i a lireeze.s from the Julf on the; west andTaniii the Humes woman who stated to them going to travel don't fall to see SPREADS SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

| lid)". six miles off. on the east. that she knew there was yellow fever our line of trunks all kinds sizes ant LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER 6UILDINO MATERIALS LIME PLASTER LATHS

The famous Creep Springs in the city Upon this information aw.tI..ant prices; also valises satchels suit cases j i POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANGES BRICK, SHINGLLS CEMENT; PHOSPHATE. MA

seater is brought to the etc. The best line and most attractive 1 j TRUNKS
hotel daily was sworn out before JusticeKarris ; VALISES, SUIT CASES, EYC.; HAR CHINERYOF ALL KINDS.

,, iiy the mail carrier. The rates Ly and the woman was arrested.She prices in Florida Mclrer & Mac- j

You Want ToSell 'reek or month are very reasonabla. II! was given a hearing this morning Kay. .

Write to C. W. Joseph Proprietor, ; aihl Justice: Farris placed her under r Deep well

Rent t'learwater. Fla. $?::IHI bail for trial in the criminal court BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA $4000If I drilling, contracting and building of all kinds done
or Buya
It i is I iK-lit-vt-il the woman is ignorant taken soon we have for sale a j under responsible Write
i guarantee. for and estimates .
us prices
House THE ONLY WAY of i the law and does not realize the seriousness brick block, containing three stores,
Store, .I ------ of the false! statements she large hall six offices above on very on anything need.MCIVER
you .
i j is no to maintain the has been
way making to others. reasonable terms. A fine investment;

Lot, or Farm? health and strength of mind and body Miller Issues Warning will pay 15 per cent. or more. If interested ,

except nourishment.. There is im inquire cf Ditto & Maloney: ,
Do You w.,v to nourish Dr.; Miller says that there will probably \ & MACKAYC
Want to except through the Ocala, Fla.TELEPHONE I
ill I
; ? more arrests made upon{ this !
ctonwi h. The stomach must be kept' Ij
f ,'hargIf white as well as colored j
Insure Life healthy and
f pure sweet or the strengthwill
people and that he intends to prosecute TO I ) <:::: AL-A
Ii let down and disease will set ul' !i the .. : : F" L.CJRIIA I
guilty parti..s'Igorously.. HERMITAGE DAIRY
Limb :.N'ii appetite 1 loss of strength
? nervousj j
or Property e I Turs5 he {jit-nalty for this offense in case I -- ------------ -- ---- --- --
heudarhe. constipation, bad --
i of conviction is $:jOO; fine and imprison- George B Tyler takes pleasure In no- I
breath sour risings rifting indigestion, I STARVATION IN CEBU
THEN LOSE: NO j ment in the state convict camp. tifying: his friends and patrons that he 1 ( WE CARRY A COMPLETE
: d iys.pej-si.1. arid all stomach troubles'i LINE OFf

TIME I IN SEEING: :11 I t tat are -urcb1aie quickly rured by has had a telephone put in at his dal- | A Terrible State of Affairs in One a ,
ry. It is No. 150. Call him when
: the. air of Kudny 11 h'!>flt'lsla) Cure. KoThere .\ little forethought may save you; up j Our Filipine Possessions
DITTO & MALONEY 'i-f.ts-is \\h.t: you eat and sternllt- no end of trouble. Anyone who makesit I you want anything in his line. II I :i

I lens the \\ hul.. digestive apparatus.Sold { a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic I Manila August 2.-Peasants in Cebu.driven < HARDWARE!

-- = 1 1I by the .\nti. IIIn"I."I)' Drugstore Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand Do you wish to purchase a home or I to starvation by the ilrouth that

I! knows this to be fact. are you looking for an investment? If has destroyed the' harvest, are eating ,
/ a Sold by theI'uslufi'e I
so, let us tell you about our bargains their children,
dogs and "
I animals
MdVER any
,I -- Ij I they can procure. They are devouring j; Stoves Heaters and Ran es. Every Kindjof
!Io j snakes and worms and are in a crazed
Many Union Teamsters Restored to --- -- -
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--- --- condition. WIRE FENCING
I I Their Old Positions
i Merchants in
Manila have sent $6000to

UNDERTAKERSand ,' t'hit-ago. August :2.-The jHilire have .!0 the relief of the sufferers. The government .
been removed fiom the wagons of m.ln11| has given $60,000 worth of and
Possibly are now do- \
BANK you j
j I: of the firms that have been strikebound I; i rice and has suspended the land taxes.

EMBALMERS : for four months, :and corresi i I ing business at this bank. Droves of farmers, begging are invading MILL SUPPLIES.

{lioiulingly many union drivers restored i ito OCALA FLA. I 0 the cities.

Fine Casheh their old places.; The boycott against'' :; If so, very good. If not, i;
? five of the big coal companies is still ; Branch Commercial Bank, JacksonvilleHY WAS WASTING AWAY"I Sash, Doors Blinds and Glass. !Farming' and Garden Implements of all Kinds

"". / i wouldn't it be well for you ,!t!

and Burial Robes ;j ROBINSON, President had been troubled with kidney dis VII
I to start an account with us.
ease for the last five
All Work Done by Licensed 1 Em j I FRAUD EXPOSED I S. H. BUTCH, Manager With abundant capital and Robert R. Watts of Salem Mo. "I lost I f
balmers and Fully 1 Guaranteed J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager ;i flesh and never felt well and doctored

A few counterfeiters have: latelytMi with the best of ;<' with
--- I facilities, we leading physicians and tried all
b. nuiking and trying to sell imita- CAPITAL $100,000
',I 'remedies without relief. Finally I trltd1"III..y's

BEAUTIFUL MILLINERYI"All I)' .; ,>f fir .King's :Xew Discovery foronsumption. I' :Surplus and Undivided Profits $37885.37 ,- ; are prepared to give you Kidney Cure and less than two j
Coughs and
Colds and
bottles I
completely cured
me now
II other edii'ines, thereby defrauding I I superior service. j i I am sound and well." During the summuf .i I jkut

; the public This is to warn you to be- !! kldfleirrE"ularitir. ___ _---n-->c_ -"N'. r.ftcn-... ..
w )I \\are of such people, who seek to pro- I([ caused hy excessive drinking or being j

tit. through stealing the reputation of | overheated. Attend to he kidneys aonce e d,

ivniejiehich have been successfullycuring I by using Foley's Kidney Cure.

disease fur over 35 :years. A.sure Sold by the Post ff I
I I I le: Drugstore
JtCt i protection to you is our name on' "Too Fast"Our
iI i ,'J'7TI
'the \\ ""I'lt'r.| Look for it, on all Dr. __' I BRITISH FLEET COMING 5)7) 1t'

Kith, or liucklen's remedies, as :all \ I -

others ::re mere imitations. II. I':. : carriages and "other things onwheels"
; \ ; A squadron of great Britain's mo !
i I'.ucKleii & Co., Chicago 111.. and Windsur. run so easily and smoothly i! : .
1 formidable
{, I warships commanded b I
1 I Canada. .\ntl. jon"l.uly Drug"tUI" ,' 11 that the drivers must needs hold in' Prince Louis of Hatteiiburg. sailed } I HAY PRESSES
their horses
('. i frequently to comply with j
I Oibraitar Tuesday Co.mlIkan
i, ; I speed regulations. It's a good fault'not
._4J The squadron will visit QUClirINt. .. \
I hard to control. Pneumatic tires.. | Tedders Mowers Rakes Knife andr
A MISSING MIDDY .' Johnsru: York and Bermuda. : ,
4 1 ball-bearing axles and other modern i

Pl'rt K. I devices put our output in the front' Tool Grinders and Stock
UotK-rt Allen Jackson of Richmond. G. B. Burhans Testifies After FauYears a

new and njjnt up with the Va.. a midshipman in the t*. S. navy ;'j the rank rest.of public opinion-our prices do j,;i !r! of Repairs for Both

season. Many bcautilul tmnmeu deserted his sn'l'the Missouri to runaway I 0
)' I !
G. B. Burnhans of Carlisle Center. N.

hats, 1'ATTKUX: HATS and the'- with a girl. e ,ans, S. A. STANDLEY & CO. Y., writes: ":\Lout four years ago I ]DEI= RII IG RIND '
A ;
wrote :you stating that I had been entirely
Nothing on the Market Equal to ,
stock of i
Trimmings. I i cured of a severe kidney troubl-1

Flowers, Ribbons, etc. I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera andS i by taking less than two bottles of Fo- '

Ii i! Diarrhoea Remedy .1 ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stuppf'I/ j
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICKPerlection i 0
p CO.
the brick-dust
sediment and and!
This fart is well known to druggists : pain

everywhere. and nine out of ten will Is Your bathroom Modern[ ? symptoms of kidney disease disappeared. ;

gi i> their I I am glad to say that I have ne\..r
; e customers this prejiaration; C

0! Canopiesi" S when the best is asked for. Mr. obe.Winner Y..U: '.Il1l1u: fW c UHJ many safeguards the health! 'fin oRPP y 4' had a return of those symptoms duringthe SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &. MACDUFF

a prominent druggist of Jop- or L !inana!. x'.i:!, Cipeiiai.v: the growing children. four years that have elapsed! an'!
I am evidently cured to stay cured an-1 i
I lln. Mo.. in a circular to his customj i
Bad or antique plumb-j heartily recommend
II i ers says: "There I is nothing on the'i Foley's Kidney
I ing :is as dangerous to the <'ure to any one suffering from 0 i\ .
i market in the way of patent medicine.i : .: kidney : BUGGIES !I. BUGGIES !
i which I" health! as good or modernplumbing or bladder trouble." Sold by the Post-
equals Chamberlain's
r I L. Colic i iCholera 10
r< fK is benchal.The office Drugstore.
,vturww \ and Diarrhoea Remedy for 1kt :
bowel '.. ,1 5'-J-' cost of renew ing
complaints. \\ sell and rei-om- your

mend I this preparation.{ :' For sale by fJ\I,:(., j barhroomh::. *5 tadard' NEW STEAMSHIP LINEA i

k +1 the I'ostojYi.-e Drugstore."' II j i i)1 Sw7 t "Jr:1: In reality; be line of steamers running from i iI'ir
J .. I s
i, I j -.:.J 1 ;, ...."""' -heah! askance.We .. H.tvre. France to Mobile. Ala., will !iI
NO REFUGEES SHOTThe ( imminence: vKrativrtsovambrr: 1.
;"'.. -"/ .'-- _:. ;!!.. have samples in
.r.o ... -- I
..oT .':;-'L" ;; our show rooms and willgladly J .
reji( that five Italians hadhero _v_.;--r; ; A WARNING TO MOTHERSToo
price '
quote you
shut while trying to escape from I _
JDtliwc -
T much care cannot be used
i" kParr+ GEI the detention camp at Lumbertoii. R. witht,t -
E. YONGE & CO. small children during the hot weather : ;. :--
Miss.. prowS to be untrue. j
best on earth for either ironwood i or "f the summer months to gnarl against ji;

beds or children's cribs. Most b wel troubles. As a rule it is only I[ ,.w a __ ---i1 el
durable, sanitary and time saving "We CONSUMPTION necessary to give the child a dose ofi j y 1 ,. ,

are headquarters for everything in astor oil to correct any disorder!' of
AH nations are endeavoring to the, k fegK, A gg% b:
beds of bed fittings from the canopy the bowels.} Do not use any substitute.

to the springs. Our prices are always the ravages of consumption the "whirrplague" but rive the old-fashioned castor > .

right. that claims so many victims If see that it is fresh; as rancid oil
each 'ear.'olt -'s You Need \yf
) ) Honey and Tarrures r".u.atiand has .
a tendency to grit ::
McIVER & MacKAY coughs and colds
perfectly and
If this does not check the bowels gi4'hamberlain's ve
).'u are in no danger of consumption. Vi!
= g Colic. Cholera and Diarrhea -
1>o not risk health AL
your by taking some
Remedy and then a dose of castor -

UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF u.kio.\i; : I preparation when Foley's oil. and the disease, may be checkedin Ptlt tiu; +'

H"ieand: Tar is safe and certain inC Call at UNCLE its and '
RICHMON SAM'S PAWNSHOP incipiency all danger avoided.
MEDICINE suits. Ask f Foley's
VIRGINIA I Honey and I The castor oil and this remedy should
Tt.r ,+ml! insist upon having it. :Sol.J! I You can get the most liberal -- -
.. loans Dia- be
Thorough coarse in DltIU. SUR3EEI OBSTEfllCSLtctuie on your produced at once and kept ready for'
ad be SPECWTlU :: a1.o IIUTISm an4PamlAc:. toy the Pos-tuffice Drugstore.: .! monds. Watches. Jewelry.! Furniture Tools! aM ill; instant use as soon as the first indication Special sale: of the: Rock HilJ Buggies. Open: 55; Top. JG5;; to J75. Now

Hills Laboratories, Hn pual and Disper.s.. ) '11 k J Kinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED : of any bowel troubltappears. finer or more durably built; tone: ch*,pcr for value.: Call on
nci imply equipped tot iuccetafat' teaching.Icienqr
Tcuhen. Hijh recoti before State Boa ial. !f Buy a '.brl:! Ice cream In layers I Kf t' a ;j PLEDGES FOR SALF This Is the most successful treatment

For 14<1p'?f C.'iloff S ..rite TH! PR OCTO as hard as is possible to make. Just k p'1+ ..tijZ56All Business Strictly Confidential known and may be relied upon with

the thing for small families. AntiIRY.l.Monoi I ; i
:>;;. Co .izS- j cholera infamum. For sale by the:
\.I Dru tore ,
) :.w 14 North +
o I Magnolia St. Ocala Florida I I Po>toff io- kflrllgst"rfo. DEALERS IN GENERAL HARDWARE, OCALA; FLA. _


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Just look at the articles and prices truthfulness of this saving will! I Awarded to the Tallahassee Capital

L. BITTINGER & CO. named in the Variety Store advertisement I
Brown Appointed Private
not be denied; 'Ti;> better to If a I
the opposite if wantto
on you

C. L. Bittingtr and R. R. Carroll see how to save money Marcus and us dtothan a never-was" Secretary AT THE CITY MARKET
I Meditating on the deep philosophv of i: BANKERSOcala I II
Tom have certainly knocked the bottomout TalUhas Fla.. August 2.-The
and Publisher
Proprietors this truth. I fell asleep: and had a most
of the thermometer in reducing the I| Board of ('ummis sioners of State Institutions -
wonderful dream. Shall I tall it aprophoC'y I
temperature of prices. i iI [ has: awarded the contract for Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
? Florida !iI
While I slept I behold a -
iI I i the: state printing for the next two
Editor and General Manager $100 REWARD $100 ion came before me in the form \-is-1 I I I
baseball fan who said Corn-I
: 0

R. R. CARROLL at Lake Weir, did you ever plant your LOANS. DEPOSITS. pany : <: I WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY
The readers of this paper will be I I II Governor Broward has appointed M. i I

City Editor and Business Manager pleased to learn that there is at least orbs on a camp meeting and see the A. Brown to the position of private secretary -

one dreaded disease that science has :sere and yellow, sinners clapping their CO SERYA TlSM. ACCOMMODATION to the governor to fill the vacancy I
hands in a fervor of religion after they
COUNTY JUDGEFor been able to cure in all its stages and I caused by the resignation" of
had wallowed in sin?"
that ia Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is : 4'harlt-s H. Dickinson.
this honorable and responsible the only positive cure now known to I
the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga "Well., you can't beat a spasmodii HERBINE
position we want a man of character, BUTTER;
reformer of that kind. with COUNTRY i I
constitutional disease requires con- even a .
standing and ability. It is really the I Renders the bile more fluid and thus
brick-bat. Well, the 'Used-to-Bes' .-II
Catarrh ga\
most important office in the county. stitutional treatment Hall's I I j I helps the blood to flow. It affords
Cure is taken Internally, acting directly the '='(O\' Wases' the camp meeting Ii
No man in official life in Marion hasa I i Thirty Cents a Pound. i prompt relief: from biliousness. indiges- BARGAIN TIME
fever by landing the rapier in tiark'sribs
the blood and surfacesof
more responsible position than that I upon j tion. sick and nervous headaches, and
knocking him all over the field i
of censoring the estates of deceased i the system, thereby destroying the I o\er-mdulgence I in fund and drink.
while Duval simply monkeved.. toyed NABISCO WAFERSMARSHMALLOW
persona and seeing the wards are justly foundation of the disease and givingthe I G. L. Caldwell Agt. M. K. & T. RR '

dealt with. In the language of a wor- : patient strength by building up the and fiddled with the enemy. At on* I DAINTIES ", Checotah. Ind. Ter., writes.: April JtT

thy citizen, "the man to fill that position I constitution and assisting nature in do- time it locked a!' if the camp meeting CHEESE SANDWICH IS, 1903. 'I was sick for over two years

should be a sober man. an honest ing its work. The proprietors have so would turn into a circus. The Tsed- I BUTTER THIN BISCUIT | with enlargement of the liver andspleen.

and familiar with law"aU much faith in its curative powers that to-Bes' followed one another around I The doctors did ,
man a man I me no good
they offer One Hundred Dollars for the bases till thy were su tired they I GRAHAM CRACKERS The Ocala Steam
needy requisites for the office, and I and I had given up all hope of being Laundry
just had to l lt The 'C'edtoB.I'dnth UNEEDA MILK BISCUIT
we trust that when the executive com- any case that it fails to cure. Send for up. cured when my druggist advised me
d the in the first inningby
list of testimonials. scrap LEMON SNAPS
mittee meets Saturday to recommenda to use Herbine. It has made me sound

man for the appointment it will per- Address. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. scoring nine runs. Schneider openedup SALTINE BISCUIT and well." 5"c. Sold by all druggists.

with single! and then laughinglystole
Sold by Druggists 75c. a
mit neither locality nor favoritism to
override these desirable qualities. The Take Hall's Family Pills for consti second, Duval was grubstaked to YELLOW FEVER REPORT SEE OUR RED LIST

pation. first on four balls and tamp< startedthe VANILLA WAFERS
Star has no candidate. Its only desireis
by smashing out a threebagger -
to see the man best qualified for the meeting Saturday is the: danger limit in Tampa. -
WEATHER FORECAST -Score. :2 to a o. Hamp Chambers -
position! get it. If no more cases are reported the
then hit safe as a bug' in a rug I
O. K.CROCERY -itr will be considered: safe.
Washington August 2.-Partly clou- and, Jake Gerig' knocked the cover on 1 .
LET THE CITY I me case has appeared at Montgomery -
dy tonight, with showers in northernand the ball, bringing in two more run::
MAKE CONNECTIONThe Ala, and one at Shreveport. La.
Welch showed 'em the old l Cornell style 1
central portions; Thursday, show-
In New Orleans there were 42 new
by pasting a ro>>-cheeked one ore Turpentine Operators
Orange avenue road has been ers. 1 l'ili'l'" and 6 death" >..sterda)'. Totalates
third, and Bishop gave ('ant ell the ,,
Improved almost to Countsvllle 6 J r 346.; total deaths, 71. ,
D. M. Boney has opened his optical chase of his life, reminding him of the CLARK BROS. Proprietors
miles south of town, and is now one of I Several eases of fever are reported
in the Montezuma block. He is days of his strenuous life as.| school
the from the river and lake regions below
the best and prettiest drives in i
county. Unfortunately there Is a missing prepared to give any test that you can teacher. Then talk about sk. -so'r.'I'- I Phone J74UNDERTAKER I =New Orleans. ATTENTION !

get In New York or any city. He cor- ers! Ciom did this act to I perfection, I -- -
link from South Fourth street to I
rects all failing vision of the eyes. Peyser muffing C'lifnd"l'son eveiihit
South Elgthth. The property owners, POISONS OF FOOD
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. You the ball, sending everythiip in before -
Major Hall and others, have improvedthe
can save money by calling on him him, as well as coming"Mn himself -
avenue half way between South Perhaps you don't realize that many:
when needing work. He is a graduateof "0. what a cinch"Score, 9 to n.Then The
I Standard Naval Stores
Seventh and South Eighth streets and pain poisons originate in your food but Company ofjjacksonville,
the highest standard optical insti- they let up on the poor =' -:'er- -AMD-
from the avenue west to the A. C. L. some day you may feel a twinge of I
tute of New York City. Wases, and went out in 1. 2. 3. order. Ii
railroad at their own expense. Orange d\-pepsia that will convince you. Dr i Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent
The first inning so interested me
avenue is in naturally good condition EMBALnIERSWe King's New Life Pills are guaranteed I
CREAMERY BUTTER that I asked the fan what it was all
from South Eighth street, past Sher- i to cure all sickness due to poisons:: of i I producers and will pay fiat Savannah prices for Ros
25 CENTS A POUNDThe about Then he told me it was a ballgame !
iff Gordon's to the crossing of the I undigested! food-or money back. :25c!: i

avenue and the A. C. L. R. R., south, Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly between the '"Fsed-to-Bes" and"NeverWases" l have two Registered Undertakers at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Try in and Spirits Tutpentine delivered at either Jackson-
for the benefit of the
where the county road begins, but thereis on hand, receiving a fresh sup- them.
hospital. I asked him when. He said and Emtalmers. I
a heavy bed of sand from South I ply every two days, delicious, pure vile or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or comi -
"Next Friday afternoon" which MI
Fourth street to South Eighth which Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per All work entrusted to our CIVIL WAR BETWEEN f

makes horses sweat and stalls automo- pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. shocked me that I awoke because I i mission charges. We are also prepared to make !liberal
I could not 1 be in town to see it, and thefan care will receive prompt and MISSISSIPPI AND LOUISIANAThe
biles. Let the city make this connec- I
disappeared, and I never heard how advances. methods of tank
i in
tion at once and thereby make an immense LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND the game turned out. skilled attention. All embalming Mate troops of Mi i.ssippi.' in "* Investigate our shipping

addition to our good roads. I R. R. ACCOUNTING The Line-Up fully guaranteed. A enforcing quarantine: against Louisiana.. j i cars-it will save you lots ot money. For further inj:

have in\ailed the latter state and interfered -
WHAT'S THE MATTER I $50 to $500 a month salary assured Used-to-Hes Never-Wases. splendid! stock of Caskets and with its citizens on their own i I formation

under bond. Our six e Schneider e. Bullock ; apply toSTANDARD
WITH OCALAeThe our graduates Burial Robes carried at all soil The proud Pelicans will nut bide f I
schools the largest in America and endorsed Du\'al 1' "'larkC.
Southern Bell Telephone Com- such treatment and the next breeze
all railroads. Write ('amp 1 h. Fun fI
by for catalogue times.
that blows from the be
pany is constructing a long distance bayous may
More School of Telegraphy, H Chambers 2b. y..gtJ I I
laden with the dash of
telephone line from Jacksonville to arms. NAVAL STORES CO
Cincinnati. 0., Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta, Gerig :2b.! I1arri"Ie. I
Gainesville Starke. This, of course, OCALA FURNITURE COPhone I
Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Tex., j Anderson ss. Pd"ti
gets Gainesville In connection with the CARLOAD OF STOVESWe
San Francisco, Cal. i Welch rf. C'antr..11Bii'h..p
balance of the world, as the long distance -
d. Moore ='0. in. Night phone Xo. 94. I Jacksonville Fla.
lines run out of Jacksonville to have just received ana placed in J ,
A WORM KILLERJ. l'rmn IC, ---- -- --
Atlanta and Savannah and on north. I our new warehouse a solid carload of
The game is to be Friday, August! 4, -
Why does not Ocala make some effortto ,,;i;.. ..:: For stoves and ranges, which, with a car- I
A. J. Montgomery. Puxico, WayneCo. for the benefit of the hospital. The ladies I
get on the wire? load already in stock' gives us an im-
., Mo., writ**: "I have little twin I should take an interest in the r WATCHESAnd
mense assortment. Call and inspect
girls who have been bothered with cause and see that the buYS have a NEW SEASIDE INN.
THEY WANT MORE LIGHT I I them. These stoves were bought before -
worms all their lives. I tried every- large attendance. Game called at 3:11:::' I I
the recent r.taad"ance in stove II
The business of Ocala mak- REPAIRSGO
men are
thing to relieve them, which failed until p. m. "Generosity is the spirit' of good I
ing a vigorous kick on the lateness of iron. McIver & MacKay.
I tried White's Cream Vermifuge. will. I TO Leading Hotel'and Pleasure Resort on
the time when the electric lights are
The first two doses brought four
turned on in the case of a cloudy afternoon F WEIHEI SOOTHING AND COOLINGThe the East Coast ot Florida.
worms from one of them, the next two We seek the trade of all who believeIn ,
like that of yesterday. On : salve that heals without a scar
doses twelve, one of them measuring buying where their dollars go th& I
such days the lights are needed fully The Jeweler. is DeU'itfs Witch Hazel Salve No !
twelve inches; the other child was only furthest. The Fair. I I EVERYTHING MODERN.
two hours before the usual hour for is j remedy effects such 'jeedy relief. It
relieved of four worms. It a most
turning on the current. The attentionof i draws out inflammation! soothes" cools I
excellent medicine. i Homelike and Comfortable.
the city council is respectfully calledto II and heals all ruts, bums and bruises
White's Cream Vermifuge is good I Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Beach.
this. The consumers think that this A sure cure fur I'i1tand' skin di.-eases.
fur children.It I Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
should be done at least pending the I DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch
not only destroys worms, but helps Thirty Steps from Big Pavilion and Great Ocean Pier -
installation of current. Hazel Salve. Beware of counterfeits,
Ladies' Men's and
the child to perfect growth, wards off Boy'sClothing I
they are dangerous.;;; Sold by the Anti-
sickness. I' I Sea Foods a Specialty.
We were under the impression that Monopolj Drugstoie!
Sold by all druggists.

Ocala was in a very fair sanitary con- Sold at The I I $2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK

dition, until we heard C. Y. Miller oflxroy I A BARGAIN IN LUMBER 1 FOR RENT AND SALE-150 acres 1!

talking yesterday afternoon, and of tine pasture: to rent until January 1, 1i i Address HORACE F. STEWART.
We have a large quantity of second
as he is quite an observing man and is I 19o6.' ana ten good mules and implemEnts -I
hand lumber of all kinds which we will 1
a great friend to this town, spendinglots for a ten-horse Calm for sale; I GOODALL, FLORIDA.
sell cheap and on terms to suit cus-
of his good money here, we respectfully Joo bushels! of Florida oats, two tons of
tomer. Ditto & Maloney. .1 -
refer what follows to the sheaf oats and two tons of loose hay.

sanitary inspector of the city and hopeit RHEUMATISMWhen BOSTON STORE Apply to W. G. Mathis, Box 736, Ocala

will meet the eye of Mr. Charles Fla. J. R. MARTIN & CO

Rheinauer, who has done such excellent
pains or irritation exist on any
work for the sanitation, and is AGONIZING BURNSAre
part of the body, the application of I

ready to do more if people will only Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt instantly relieved and perfectly

intimate where his excellent system is healed by Bu<'klen's Arnica Salve ('.
relief F. W. Sullivan, proprietor Sullivan SATURDAY AUG. 5 GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
at fault. Mr. Miller referred to the House El Reno, O. T., writes, June I Rivenbark. Jr, of =Norfolk Va., writes:

rubbish on the Spencer lot on the Mc- 6, 1902: "I take pleasure in recommending "1 burnt my knee dreadfully; that it ,

Iver & MacKay lot and in of Gates' '
rear Ballard's Snow Liniment to all blistered all o\er But"klen's Arnica

Star Wagon Works, which is In any- who are afflicted with rheumatism. It -ANDMONDAY Salve stopped the pain and healed it I:

thing but a sanitary condition.The Is the only remedy I have found that without a scar." Also heals all wounds Carriages, Buggies and Traps

gives immediate reli t." 25c., 50c. and and sores. 25c at the Anti-Monopoly ; Drummers, Carryalls. Saddle Horses, etc.
AUG. 7.
Star has received of
a copy Drugstore.FT. .
$1. Sold by all druggists. I
-Sheridan's Men and Women" a neat !

and interesting little magazine of New SECTIONAL BOOK CASESWe McCOY BARBECUE, AUGUST 26 ;

York City, to which our young friend, have just received a large and Rev Harmon Martin of Fort McCoy, ,

Leon Hanlon. is valuable contributor. who with Mrs. Martin came in yester-I
handsome line of Globe Warnicke sec- I I
daj to meet Mrs Carlton and Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
tional book cases, in golden and Danish LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This Mary son :

oak finish, and in plain and leaded i, of Plant City, who will be their guest; ,
' Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
Captain Johns of the Lev on sectionwas :
made the Star call this
glass fronts. Mclver & MacKay. coupon entitles the holder to t.\" votes< t....t van be cast:: for any institution a pleasant .
in town this and I
morning reportsthe
competing for the horary, vrilen! ;I"n>iel\: ml;.-d out, signed and returned |; morning and requested us to inform

Mr. death Melin of Proctor Mr. Pierce, which Proctor occurred, son on of I PLEASANTLY EFFECTIVENever to the ballot boxes in any of the stores participating. the readers of the Star that the people J. R. MARTIN & CO.

i of Fort McCoy will give a barbecue on

Monday. It seems young Proctor was in the way no trouble to carry Name of Institution. ...,......,... . .. . .. .. .,, ,, ..,. j i August :26! for the benefit of the Fort
in Ocala home late
Saturday ,
came M("Coy cemetery, and that the follow- :
put up his horse, went out in the field easy to take. pleasant and neverfailing Name of Voter....... .......,.,., ... .... .. .. ,......, ..... j
I speakers had been invited to address
in results are DeWitt's Little mg -
and laid down, where his I
body was
the gathering namely, Hon. C.
Early Risers These famous little pills j
found Monday. An inquest held EVENING STAR.
was are a certain guarantee against headache I {i Sistrunk.. Hon. Geo. G. Mathews and
but Mr. Johns did not learn what the
biliousness torpid liver and all t the editor of the Star.
verdict was. He was a young man, '
of the ills resulting from con>tipationi I I
-- at'
aged about 21 years, of fine promise,
i They tonic and strengthen the liver Arrival and Departure of Trains

and we understand he was engaged to Cure jaundice Sold by the Anti-Mo- i I Ii I OcalaSEABOARD .p.t A HAPPY MOTHER
teach the Grahamville school the com- I NEWI
nopolv Drugstore '-- -.
ing season. !
We have heard from a good manyof I Schedule in Effect April 16 f : MayH, 13.

late that the country people of this Pia110 i iI 1. Before my baby wn torn I was la great
I In the election at Tampa yesterday ILTpriglTt: SOUTHBOUND misery. I 1I"U Just able to be about bat Just a*
county 'have it in for the people of soon us I began to tike Wine of Catdui, bicli
Ocala" in all matters of a political or th'ote for the annexation of Fort U3.\'e-1:20: p m, and :2!:05 a. m. had bern recommended to me I felt much better
Brooke was 642: ; against.. 42. Tampaat i' Arrive from Jacksonville p. m, Intact I feel that if it bad not been for
any public nature. This statement is I : this medicine 1 would not hive been strong
once took possession.SOFTNESS > and 2a.m.:! enough to live tbrocgb childbirth.: : Bat that
becoming common talk. What is the 9
I /lsd =NORTHBOUND was made comparatively easy by taking your
trouble and what is the remedy? If I medicine for four months before baby came.
i OF SEALSKIN I : Arrive from Tampa p. m, and 2 ts+ Wine of Cardoi restored my health as J took ittwo
such a condition of affairs does existit :
a. m. .I. month afterward I caooot pak too

is unjust and uncalled for. Ocala I Leave-2.20::! p. m., and 2:05: a, m. highly \VjoeofCardoi
Is Rivaled
Hair Where
by Human and Iam
and Ocala people have never had more fif4:
than their share of officers or public Dandruff is EradicatedSealskin I OCALA MUSIC CO. I II ATLANTIC COAST LINE e. dorM glad it to tn-

: I .$ Taiasraaa, Yocso M"T&OJf" Cl.t'..
benefits. We pay a big portion of the is admired the world over Northbound ,

taxes and have a big vote and have for its softness and glossiness; antI I : No. 78, from :St.: Petersburg, Lakeland 7 V.

never had any unreasonable share of I :jet the human hair is as soft and : and Tampa. arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves .'r: it & powerful tonic

the public money. Indeed for the coun- glossy when healthy; and the radical JEWELERS. 1 p. m., for Jacksonville. which acts on the generative organs of

ty beat of as rich a county as Marion cause of all hair trouble is dandruff. I SouthboundNo. : women regnlatiog s menstruation and giving

Is the expenditures of county moneyin which is caused by a pestiferous parasite I i 39, from Jacksonville, arrives: tone and strength to the organs which
Inflammation and weakness hare affected. It
nmt&en out
Ocala have been very modest. Ocala which saps the vitality of the hair 2.23:; p. rr ; leaves :2.55! p. In. of
even twenty case of Learing-down pains or ovarian trouble.
wants harmony between her people at its root. Newbro's Herpicide is the LUMBeR'ROVGHQR i S. S. 0. & G. \".'me of Cardui cures barrenness and aids the mother in

and those of the balance of the county only preparation that is fatal to the No. 49. leavss .:10 a. ro for Homo- coD mn' her strength for the orcJ.-.alof l childbirth. After that

and will do her full part in public ,dandruff germ Without dandruff thereis sassa. I event tLe Wine presents dangerous flooding and helps mothers to

measures at all times. no falling hair but a luxuriant No. 43, leaves 10:05 a. m.. for JuII- 1 gun K: recovery W me of Cardui is the one medicine a mother

I growth of glossy, soft hair is certain. should u..e before and after childbirth r
ette, Archer Lake City and points i!
Mr. Oran R. Clark was married Sunday Scouring the scalp won't cure dandruff.Kill < DRESSED north. i All druggists sell $1.03 bottles Wine of Cardui.
July 23. at the Reddick parsonage, I the dandruff germ Thousands of I, No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, ,

to Mrs. Minnie J. Rouse, Rev. T. M. women owe their beautiful suits o: See or Phone ; Inverness and points south. WINEOICARDUI

Bell officiating. The wedding was a hair to Newbro's Herpicide. Sold by i ii No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m., from Ho- i

great surprise to their many friends.On leading druggists. Send lOc in stampsfor i naojassa.No.! t Ir

their return home a reception was sample to the Herpicide Co. Detroit B. H. SEYMOUR i 46 arrives 12.20:! p. m., from Inverness j i

tendered them. Mr. Clark is section Mich. Tydings & Co., Special Juliette and points south. j jNo

foreman for the \. el..l 1 I Agents, Ocala, FI... PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla I 4s arrives 6pm. from Homo-i

I tic






The Star believes in telling things as i Messrs. J. S. Sydboten of Ocala and

meet Thursday night. they are and thinks it only fair to the D. Hunt of Mattel, under the firm name skVAGLNE8It[

public to let the people know how the I ---- of Sydboten and Hunt have bought Mr.

Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. city stands on the wet and dry question -! P. R. Lester's fine naval stores, location

I which is being agitated, and for As we are always OR the lookout for the very best things that at Mulberry, in Polk county nine miles ,
Fresh Cracker Jack at Taylor's.Telephone .
which a petition is being circulated,I of from Plant City. The Blount Real! Estate ,
,I are advantage to oir patrons, we have decided to placein
calling for an election.A Company made the deal. Mr. ,
150. Hermitage Dairy. stock
i responsible business man made a Hunt who has been in Ocala with his (:

thorough of the business houses for st"'eral't't'ks., has _
Chocolate Puffed Rice at Taylor's. I canvass family just shipped -- --
II of Ocala and found that only about a carload of household goods to

Mr. 14. S. Hall has returned to Tarn- I 10 per cent of the business men favored !THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS Mulberry and will move his familydown !
Tne Reductions
a dry county, while &0 per tnt.I, I at once. Mr. Sydboten's family Biggest Will Be

fsa'I I II I thought it would be a bad move just I I at least for the present will reside in

We will not be undersold tor cash. i I now.; in a business way, and the ''pr'>-I Ocala. The price paid for the location
which are advertised so extensively in the Ladies' Home Jour- TOMORROW\ AUGUST 3 3.
The Fair. 1 hiibtion" that we would get would not ; was J35.0oO. and it is one of the best

'I prohibit. A number of the business ;; nal. A chart: model is furnished with each: Ladies' Home in that territory. Mr. Hunt is a prac- ,

"r Dr. IJsk of Grahamvllle was in the men would favor a dry county were itj;i Pattern tical turpentine: man of many years i
I When We Will Sell Our Entire Stock of
city today. dry in fact but are not willing to try !| -AT experience, and was formerly with the j Colored and

another regime of the blind tiger and I Clark. Ray. Johnson Company. Mrs. I, White Lawn at Prices to Make Them Move. Cost Will

A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- all of its kindred evils. Most all of them j Lester did not like South Florida amid ', Not Be Considered as the Season is Late and These -

dings & ('o. believe and say that it would injure the family! has decided: to move, buck j
Uc'ala seriously, in a business way and/ to Georgia. 0.
At Rhcinauer's. Hammocks from I
one of the evidences to bear out their
11.50 to $15-
statements is that several extensivebuilding --- Picnickers with
can now carry cream

projects in OcaU are bringernporarily them and have real hard cream all day. A FEW OF THE VALUES IN WHITE LAWN
Mr. G. A. I'etleway of Leroy was in I I
held up, pending the result J. E. CHACE, THE BUSIEST BALLOT One or two quarts will keep ]indefi
the city today.At .
of the movement. : BOX IN TOWN IS AT nitely. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Dr. Special 40 inch wide, I
Among the business men of town the DENTAL SURGEONOffice
Rheinauer's, Caihing Suits for
proposed election is not meeting \\ithInu.h Lindsay wife and children and for 5c.i
ladies men and boys. I favor. One of the objections is Upstairs Commercial Bank T \W TROXLER'S' Mrs. Todd mother and children will .
Building, Ocala, Florida.
that the issue tends to depress' trade leave tomorrow fur a month's camp at i
Miss I>-lla ISdrnea has returned from I
anti investments. TERMS, CASH. Lake Weir.
her visit to LakeYlr.. is where you can cast a yards, never sold for less than JOc.,

half vote with a drink of soda.
Dr. LIkins Is prepared to examine the SILK HATSI The little votes count because there FOR RENT-Desirable! cottage, be- Salvage Sale, 6c. .
human eye scientifically. I IR. I are so many more of them. They longing to Major T. C. Hall, on Eichel- .'--" -)
ha\'fjust received an advance fall i berber Heights. Apply to Troy Hall,
I come with greater frequency and
Miss Esther Wt'ath"r't"lIt down to shipment of the new and beautiful: silk I FULLER & BLALOCK soon multiply! into the thousands.Get lerchants' block. Terms reasonable.Dr. 000 yards never sold for less than f 2 -2c.., --
hats, in all of the colors and shades. i;
the lake this afternoon. busy and vote here for your
The ladies are invited to call early and DENTAL SURGEONSOffices favorite in the great H. A. Daniels, who has been sick Salvage Sale, 7c.

At Rheinauer's, Patent Mosquito ire the pretty goods. Mrs. Minnie A. over Munroe & Chambliss Bank fur the last few days is recovering, but I Iis *.i""j

Nets at special low priors.V. !stick, the Milliner. not yet able to attend to business. :; -..*B
OCALA, FLA. LIBRARY CONTEST.Seats Doc's" friends miss him muchly. 1000 yards, never sold for less than J Se., '; -;
S. liilillton of Pomona was at Terms Cash
for all Salvage Sale 8c.
voters and a coun-
the Ocaht House last night.
Buy an alcohol stove ror 75c. at the ,
forget that the Heavers meet cil room for you to devise ;your
WILLOW 'ostoffice Drugstore, for making tea,
Mr!!. :-:. I. Gottlieb 1 is out again aftera Friday night. All members are urged) GOODSWe line of battle. Don't go away
severe cast of the lu attend. have just received a good many coffee, or any light cooking. Heats 2000 yards assorted value? and widths, worth from
water In a Jiffy, and only costs :2c.!
articles in the Without an
newest willow
designs of Voting ior Your
J5c. to 25c. all must
hour to burnMr. go
'ol. Jno. L. Inglis of Rockwell was Mr. leo.: G. Maynard, the sawmill goods, sueh as chairs, rockers, Favorite at I
at the Ocala house last night. nan of Kink Springs, was a business couches settees, tete-a-tete chairs, etc., for 8c. per yard.
isitor in town today making our stock of these goods the and Mrs. G. A. Petteway and ,

Wo are headquarters for fancy box -- most complete and prettiest in to be FROXLER'S.MEN baby of Leroy left today for Montea-

caper, tablets etc. Ocala News Co. FOR n1-XT-A new 8-roorn house found in the county. Mclver & Mac- gle. Tenn., and Jacksonville, N. C., to

located on Dougherty street. Apply to "Kay. ----- take a month's vacation.. Petteway's I

If you want a fight on hand ask .\. ,\. G. (:ates. I fast since he entered business.The 2 BIG BARGAINS IN COLORED LAWNS(

Frank about his "ITm-le Ueubn. CURES:: SCIATICA ONLYAre

Mr. B. R. Stripling, the ,popular, agent prettiest line of rugs that we

FOIl SALE-:200! bushels of sn-d oats. fur the Equitable: Life Insurange Co., Rev.V.. I... Hilt.)". IL. I).. Cuba XewYuik. have ever shown has just been r.ct-Iv-I 25 pieces: Thistle Lawn in neat figures, wilt not fade

Apply to S. II. Christian Oruiu. Fla. who has been visiting his family at writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating Requested Not to Read This, At It ed. Ocala Furniture Company. i

aiiiestille. Ga., returned home lost puins from sciatic rheumatism is Intended for the Ladies for 3 3-4c.
Children's iron cribs several stylesnow light, and is a guest of the Monte
uwl..r' treatments. 1 was Mr. F. G. Moorhead and family of
in. Ocala Furniture Company. zuma. Whose attention we Invite to our peculiar -
induced to try Mallard's Snow Liniment Charleston formerly Ocala citizens, arrived -
adaptability to progressive 50 assorted Colored Lawn worth iO'
the first application giving my in Ocala today to spend a month. pieces ,
Col. G. C. Martin of ISrooksville was LOST-A mileage book containing cabinet-making, and trust they will allow -
first relief and the second entire relief.
a guest of the Ocala House yesterday. CIo miles of tralls'rtati.m.| lost::. inkata us to furnish estimates on any for 5c. yard.
1 can give it unqualified rt''ommenda- thing in carpentry needed In their The finest and most complete stockof per
( last Saturday afternoon or Sun tion. 23r.!;; 5uc.! and $1. Sold by all homes. perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics

Combs brushes, sponges, and all oth- day. Leave same at the Star office. druggists.Mr. Nothing too small tot us; nothing too In the city, at Tydings and Company.Mr. .
er toilet articles. and Com-
'ontains name of J. I' Buie.Judge II large.

W. S. p.ullock. who has beenoiifined J. IS. Hiers one of the most efficient Our Art Noveau M. \\'. Ulmer of Largo who rsl 1 I This is a Chance to Put in a Supply for
Colonel Shipmaii's hotel-theMonte- clerks in the Railway Mail Service Combination Chests and Settees are one of the best known naval stores I

zuma: -had twenty-two arrivals yesterday. (' to his room since before the is in town recuperating from an becoming .niversal favorites In Ocala; operators in the state, with stills at I
death of his father is somewhat better low in price but high in efficient is'I'
attack of sickness. use- Sutherland. Largo and other points, II Next Summer.
[ today.WANTED. I fulness. A postal will bring us. at the Iontt"zuma.Ir.. Ulmer, owns a'I j

A fresh stock of Lowney's candies In J. McNEALY & CO., great deal of land around the famousCrern !' I
Dr. Thomas' I'ncooked Wheat Biscuit I
-A hustler for local -
all sized packages just received at agent : Springs, six miles across from j '
for the American Life Insurance CJ. will cure any case of stomach orliver "The Ones That Don't Wait"No. t
Taylor's.Mr. Clearwater and has a nice: cottage at I
I Salary and commission. Apply to J. trouble or indigestion. Eat a I 12, Fort King Avenue.
I the springs, while his family is now I
I 1-'. Hooper. district manager OoaSi small biscuit three times a day and == == =---=--- ----
S. V. Duke of unmlloii and staying.
Fla. tt.lthur you will stmn be well and strong! and
Gainesville was at the Montezuma last
rapidly gain in ilrsh. For sale
by Ty-
.\ Olin of Kendrick was a pleasant dings; & Co. THEYRBIETY

visitor to the Star office this
We are offerrng some oargains in morn I I* Thompson, representing E. C.
ing. He takes great interest in machinery :Miss lau.los..r.: the obliging and Contractor and '
books, novelties, etc., at the Ocala Smith's sewing machine interests at
News Co. and inspected our linotype and I capable stamp clerk in the postoffice, Builder.... i Gainesville: passed through Ocala this 'I

presses. has returned from her vacation in Atlanta afternoon on his way to Citronelle.Two .

:Mr. Harry lValti'rs, after an illnessof and) is again at her post of duty I Quick and careful_ _estimates_, made. I STORE.RESTAtJ

-.thrt't't'kl, is again able to be in PHONE 150, HERMITAGE DAIRY., She had a delightful Vacation and re-I) _-- Box 6-1. Ocala FBURNETT. sizes of those famous Nashville ,I .
the store. ports her father and! family! greatly I' -- --- ranges, "The Princess," have just been ,
Tom 1'1' of Candler was in tht pleased with the dale City of the
received. This fine range (and there is !
city Tuesday and held levee witli .
This Is kodak weather. We sell ko- a t :South.A none better) is L'5:: per cent cheaper i

daks and kodak things. The PostoffU-e the candidates for county judge. ThtNestor than any other range!'; of its value. The !

Drugstore.Mrs. of the !Flotilla press had the- handsome line or new and stylish Ocala Furniture Company.Mrs. RANT:( --

satisfaction of giving Tom the last t: Iron beds just received. Ocala Furniture I

Hatchell left today furVorth- pressure of the hand. Company. THE TAILOR Carstens, Miss Drucilla Agnew ,I

ington Springs, lit take :neck's. touch and Mr. 1-:. W. Agnew have: closed) their
Heeded rest. Sunday cream. Why maKe or.I, \V. M. :Sho.-kley of the Marion Canning residence for the summer: and are at %: First Class Meals

two quarts? We sell it in a much nicer <'oml lfI)" at Lowell, brought in a Will move into his NEW I.akt"t'lr., where they will spend several .

We will deliver "a brick of cream'' form in one and two-quart lots. Will 1 load of i-aniied tomatoes thin morning STORE building on months.Do .

at any time. Just phone the AntiMonopoly keep all day. Leave us your orders Saturday for distribution to the tl ade.

Drugstore.II. morning. Anti-Monopoly Drug Fort King Avenue on you suffer with asthma or catarrh CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining

store. Our old-time friend. Bill Hogan of or about ? Then use Adam's Cure. Price

C. Denmark of Higley and K. Orahainville; is greatly troubled over I 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For Room until midnight. Personal

Denmark of I'matiHa were at the Montezuma Colonel l Shipman of the Montezuma the coming wet and dry election. He sale by Tydings & Co. open

last night. with several choice spirits among then 1 says he is for "Paul Jones." I AUGUST 1 1ST. attention given to special orders, anythingthe

Mr. liaker: of lirunswick Ga.; and M Misses Mary and Edith Piatt returned market offers prepared for the table on

Ails Flotviu-e Mellon of Tampa will E. Robinson arranging for a fish on thOklawaho. r When in need of anything in fancy Tuesday afternoon from a few days'
See his fine line of short
In a few days be the guest of Miss tomorrow. china, dnner; sets crockery of any kind piece visit at Lake Weir.

faro Liddon in this: city. try the Ocala News Co. goods for summer clothing -
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
Have you seen those little alcoho't Dr. Likins carries the largest line (.r

FOR SALB-An Oldsmobile runa- stoves at the Postofflce Drugstore. Jusl Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones who arrived astigmatic and prescription lenses In
Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.
Skilled Cooks
bout and a Queen touring ear Condition the thing for these hot days and cheap in Ocala from Boston a few the state. If you need glasses consult ;'!"f(

: loo. Costs you 75c. for the stove anc d lays since, to make their home withus. J Jetty Burnett. him.
Price to Regular Boarders 'itI
2c. an hour to run It. have rented! the residence Xo. 53, Special

I .. and Xorthlagnolia: street and will move Merchant Tailor. Mis. Lee Miller and Miss Eloise Iz-

Kdwards.: lIf Mrs. Geo.V.. :Martin who left tin,e. into it as soon us their car of household lar will chaperone a bevy of jolly girls

camping party at Hodges l Island several goods arrives. I on a week's camp at beautiful Lake I THE GARfftlOH&EL & SON GOAt

; days ago and spent the interval,: Mr. Kichard Ervin has the contractto Weir the 12th hf this month. The I
Styles of her brothers Holder! and At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of will the Owens i
iting at H-r take the census of Marion county, party occupy cottag
by Utz &. naiido. returned home at noon yesterday. Bureau Saratoga and Steamer Trunk extending from Saiitos north to Alachua I McGrath's Standi

county, and is now hard at it. He Nunnally's candies fresh every week I -
Mr.I O.: A. Nash wh has been in Netyd i - -
began last Thursday. Mr. Ervin will by express and only 60c. per pound.
York State for the three wt-eks.
: .! E- K. Nel Welch's grape juice always on han past It remembrrd as one of Marion' capable You don't have to pay for the namein !
visiting his invalid wife most of thee
.! yesterday for family trade at the l'ostolIielDrugstore. school teachers, and the past buying these goods, and there is no

tinif. returned humyesterday after year as principal of Apalachicola better candy sold in this market. Sold I II
noon. Mrs. Nash is no letter. She will
school. and recommended by the Postofflce
probably return to Ocala in the fall. I I
soaps. a Judge Powell of Fort Myers I is th C Drugstore.Mr. Liver Makes
Mr. Nash spent a few days in New Healthy
.goods always guest of his daughter. Mrs. ValentinHock Don't go to Jacksonville! for your

at Heidtville. York City and taught a tine lot of dry cream. Give us your order twelve F. A. Curry, who has been cashier i
goods, shoes' and millinery which has A Well Man
hours before hand and get the best, at the A. C. L. freight depot for I
\ West Palm begun to arrive. He will send Miss: several months, left last for hi-
We bid for your Dullness on th P put up right. Anti-Monopoly Drug night
... )" to visit merits of our merchandise and th Nellie Anderson to New York in thee store. farmer home to take a position witi.:

S. Pike. lowness of our prices. The Fair. fall to buy the late fall and winter I the L. A: N. Ry. Mr. Curry has m."d.-

g otds. Mrs. Charles Pvyser. who visiting many friends while here. ,
>l will meet No little excitement was Used lai!;t friends in Germany I is now enjoyingthe rI I
More than a dollar's value for
Elks' Hall at II I night by the explosion of a lamp at I everydollar's season at Kissengen. Bavaria a FOR SALE-A Franklin tyr-ewritfr
worth of goods bought is
>. i is desired. I-:. Itridges! residence. Fortunate!I' our famous resort and much patronized by cost $75; new style and used very littl '.
I effort: The Fair.
very little damage was done and tone 10 .\mt'r l'ans. $15 cash. or $2: <> on time. Apply qui rat : I

who has was hurt by the explosion.vney's this office.
Mr. Charles Mathews has rented the i
Harnes for -- --
Carpenter house on Kanlake and willoccupy TELSI ran
Cam) Da-as- I*>\ Candies, received fresh 1'y READ THIS: Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Blake and children I
it for a month
rll 0"11. express, at Taylor's. returned home at 7 o'clwk !KIM A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT -
--.- M"bile. Ala Feb. 16. Htf9 night from a very pleasant three w.--k- i LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do r.:. t fh your systemw

I When you go to Clearwater: stop at Dr. E.V.. Hall. St. Luuis. Mo.-Dear camping trip at Hodges! Island on th-- -. Ca.r.A: : -. : r Q-.r..e.: : HERBINE .t a guaran-

I the Hushey House, near the depot) Sir: During the: )past year we have suld Gulf. with Mr. RoLortanders an !: i teo: ; "- G. j Ceases procuced:: : r.) a TORPID LIVER

I Newly furnished. neat and clean. A over twenty-four dozen 'Hall's GreatDiscovery' family and others.If ; and JIMi'CitE! BLOOD. It will:! care MALARIA without leaving -

SELF PAYING : large sample room in connection. for kidney and bladder I any:: cf tr.:& O=;'C'J efrets: ; of many drugs used for that

i I troubles and during!'; the time have received puri-sk: O.9 t:::.e purc.-.ased: ;; today mar save you from
you want coupons to vote In the Biliousness Con
I I a sit seDrr.crrw: OuicK.y! cures ,
Mr. J. S. Itayvault of (Concord X. C..I.II : : no complaint..
take the Star and all Liver
contest ,
library renew stipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills,
LIFE INSURANCE. | was in town Monday and met his old I Yours res[ -ctfuly\! your subscription and pay up your, Complaints. Used and recommenced by the medical pro-

!: i! friend: and college chum. Mr. J. I:. Porter G. VAN ANTWERP & SON.A back bill. Money paid here for advertisements I f.ess...n =_r.era"y.

-- bookkeeper for the Carmichael & job work or subscriptions: : A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
Son Co.. whom he had not seen since TEXAS WONDEROne calls for ,
they left Trinity College. X. C.. over email; bottle of the Texas Wonder I ENDORSEMENT

i C. H. REDDITT, three years ago. Of course the meeting Hall's Great Discovery, cures all Wat"rman.lr5.. W. \'. New
__ I was a pleasant one. kidney and bladder troubles, removes and children and Mrs. J. B. Hiers .m'.i I F-2-, savs: "I t have been usir.g:: Herbir.e in my prac-
t I is: an a am we.: pleased; with the results.! 1 always
(gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions little daughter I'atomorrow fi i I
Room No. 5; Gary Building. keec: ::: .-.e :or, hard, and think it a grand med.c;re
Mr. Marcus Frank will go to New I weak and lame backs rheumatism Chester. S. C. to .'rnd the balanof :
.. and Liver Ccir.plzr.ts.
fcr: B :usr.css:
York this month to buy the fall and : and all irregularities of the kidneys the summer. I,

winter goods, for the Variety Store. | and bladder! in both men and wo- Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitute

Mr. Frank. upon his return, will reveal :; men. Regulates bladder troubles in We have some very handsome rugs

DISTRICT MANAGER FOR i., few: things to the people of this portion children. If not sold by your druggist; and art squares for parlor sitting! an,j i; Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St. .

of Florida. Among other: things' will be sent by mail on receipt of Jl. dining room. Ask to see them. Ocala
I he ha-s done is to contract: with the One small bottle is two months' treatment Furniture Company.A Louis, U. S. A.
Finn )unni IF: I\TOTF\ \ : en
I Star and Banner for about 5000 inchesof > I i and seldom fails to perfect a cure.I ,

I space. to be used this fall and winter I I Dr. E. \V. Hall sole manufacturer, ". house party of a dozen young pro.- i

I in the weekly editions only, besides i O. box 629. St. Louts! Mo. Send for pie, is being: made up to go to Lak iI

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1.1!' miii h ..[ more iu the .!dili..,.. testimonials.: Sold by aU: druggists. t Wt-ir ..i, the! U'th t<, spend ton: da: >=. I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED:: BY ALL DRUCGIbiS.OCALA ,



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C. L. :;criN r. who has b....n ; Better thank you. In fact, quite well I Special Rates i iI I!I Florida East Coast Railway

several months with her sister SAN AND LOS
spending ,
I Fat, round and :-u of safe and m.schieLj!
Mrs L. P. Olin. left Tuesday for LES. Rate, $50.10. Tickets AXGE-I

I I her home at Falls. N. Y. Pink and No white flesh, dotted with dim 'I''I'pes. tain dates April 10 tc August U'I! local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17l95.
cough: no tndgestion.
i i She will stop en: route Amsterdam.. inc., final return limit 90 days from
i N. Y., to visit her son. Mr. J. V. tv-rip All on account of date of sale not to exceed November SCUTH.BCUII -IEAD DOWN. NOITN-80UND-LEAD UP.

I ter who is chief clerk for a large liii- .,\ 30. I I t I"
seed oil company at that point. Mrs.Srripter's I, I No. ,No. Z91 STATIONS .,.71.' .

lively! company will be missed WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS I;!' Dilly.)i !!:!!!.t -I&IIJ.. Daily

by the many friends shfma>le whil I -I---.J:Lr 1ackeonrtlle... ..._ Ar 'OOp 850a
f ..
,rr I _..So. Jaetsoa'IUeLr 652k I U a
hre. The Iron Mountain Route has now'on :: 6UPlona, ___8t. Ltd u\Ul0_ II0p 'lOa
Some cotton is opening in this vi- sale very low rate tickets to Hot 653p'1132a1'I, __.H&ollngs .. .. M 'SSp IU&
pi1160 _..?....?...E&ac l'alatU......__ 'S6 P I 28 a
'mity and the prospects are good fort admin; :re'i bv a mother whose love Springs, Ark. Tickets can be boughton aj

i ,, fair crop. certain days during July Augustand 133 p'1215 p'Ar ..._,Palatlt& .___ L' 410 p .00
i I was teu.pcreu: with cv'iin-in sense. I ISle I 00 6 Up 11 2L1' .?._.?_._..J'&lltk& ___ .?.. U I 00 pi"a
Mr. Z. Graham of Anthony has built :, September at one fare plus two 0. I-

a dwelling on Front street and opened j knows that UZu.MULSiOX I : is dollars for the round trip. Write for 825 p 2 00 P Ar ..._....,?..San Iht< _._...__ L1' UI P ?. =
w'f I IKvupied a fountain: of energy for grown-ups, -J 210 p 8 00 a:L1' ....._......._ S4n ld.teo..._....... 4r 8 35 P 160 CC
t a grocery: store in the building recently literature descriptive of hotels, etc.I. .

by Messrs. G. B. Chappell &j' too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes E. Rehlander T. P. X 150' P 12 32 p;L1' ..._..?.?......Seoga_............_. L1' 8 5'1'P 550a ::
I feeble 0 F oa p 12 41 P ..._.?.__.BunL..U.1 SUp I 36 a n
r'0. plenty! of rich blood. For pale, Chattanooga Tenn. 810 p 12 55 p ???...._..? .DUI'.x.L-...._........ .. 3 S7 P 529a ,.
It is rumored that B. C'. Webb of the' folk it is the chief nourisher! at life's --- --------- I 0. 8 U P 1 P ".'. _._...__ OrlU..nd ...._...._ .. 3 10 p 'U a "...
I I 0. 8 53 P 139 P __.._Daft-.na_.,._. '" 3 00 p 'd a .
Standard Lime Company will build': feast. It cures Consumption when I O. P 1 Up" _,?......?.Port Orange_..? ..?.? 250p 43&aI
THE COLORED PEOPLE'SDEPARTMENT 9.5\ S 15 Ar ,.. .. .. New 5myruil... ... .. 2:10: P 415 .. .
p -- -
--'z._ twy.aMi i ,r. ,.,. *+r', ., i a nice dwelling\ in thenear future. j taken in time. All: druggists sell it- I h -pl i,- -? ? -1

Mr. and Mrs( J. II. Webb and Miss': cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us _C 1021 Ai l 3 Up Ar .._...._ Late Helen ........._. Li 1245p Slop 0
Minnie Butts returned last week from I II 50 I I 10 3e a 3 55 P _......._Orange Cu) ...._...... .. It i5 p, 5 54 I' h
send you I 1045a i 00 V .......Or&nge City Junction...... 12 311111! 6 45: P
I tabrt.zth..rt- they, spent a ftwja.s' Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. 6" n
.; LEASED FOR TEN YEARS.Tic Free Botile by Mall E- \\I 3.i P 2 2S P b.... ......_New 8mrna..__..? L1' S 'JO 1'1 4 OS a mr
/ outing.Mr. Sample -- ]000 P 2 Sip .. ....._...._.\'UAk H ill.....?....._. 154 339 a .1
and Mrs. B. C. Webb expect toleave I C 10 I'J P S 3O I' Ar _.. ...... "rttUII"t1l .....,_ ., 1 lip,! S 00 a CIa
Best Year Round Hotel at $2.00PER 'I. Write letter or postal toOIOMU1.SION II I On last Thursday. July :27.: at 3 p. m.. 0

Friday for Seabrreze.Mrs Sister H..stE'r1lliams answered the 9 00 a ........-1 ....._....._...._Ranf. ._._....._. 10 00 i 10 00 a e
Stewman of Belleair: is spending i! CO. I' pl l_ 1000& Lr .............. ...-Sant..rd .... ............ \r -?. II 00 a ...
DAY IN FLORIDA. New York. roll call at Lakeland. Fla.. and passedup
Pine Street
a few days with her sun Mr. T. F.I I 08 in review before (1.,d.h was a I 1039p 5 3 ;! Lv ?-....__ TttuHtJle,.._...... L1' S 00
I Stewman; also Mrs. S. J. Syms of I 1111 P 609 p': .. .?_.,,.._....0.....>&.. _.._...?_. .. 112 P:a .,
Up-to-date and Clean, Well Furnished Rooms I faithful and conscientious Christian I 0 1122 II 413 II .. _.?__.. .Itncklwlge-. .. J'1 151'1 a
canto is spending' a few weeks with I EDISON PHONOGRAPHS I life of consecration to the .. 11531' 'Up ..._..........Eaufal.te..?..... ...._ \11 Iata --
and Plenty to Eat. rer on. Mr. W. C. Syms. !I living a I b.c 1205a: l Sip _?_.-Melb'urt.e-... .....__. 11 4.: 134 a :0:
!I Edison recor !s only 35 cents; large 1 Ixird. She was a /good loyal memberof : C 12 51 a1 6 31 I'N> _.._ ..... !1ii 0&a g 51 a fA
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. fhappell and son : selection in otork. Can furnish any Lakeland I 1 39a 1 6 29p ...?..,.._..8t. Lnrie...._....._ .. 1012 a o0mjy'
COL. V. J. SHIPMAN. Proprietor. returned a few days ago from a visit i Foster Chapel M. 1church at 165 a S 65 P .. .................Furt Pt"I'1:&..._..__ ]006&,1155 I' N218a
Edison record in three or four days. and a useful member of the offi- i u T'Sp .. __._....__Ttblals._.._._. '. 930a,1122ti ,: <)
of two weeks with Mrs. Croft of Her- ,II Perpetual points will give sweeter music 223a. '712p _.....?.__.ld.'n....._. ?-.-. 926a+111Spr
nando a sister of Mrs. Chapprll.Mr cial board. She was a hard working, 2 25a '7 lip _...._..-J'n.en?..._.._ 9 21 1 pen
more natural tone than any oth- ),(oro.m. and loved by all with whom 239.. '7 28p _,.._...............l"lI"r"j 1111 &,,11 04 I' :s
I.. M. Raysor of Lowell made a:(or. You can play Edison records threei i I Oi a 'J 56 P _. ....._.... H'bE!$.'uD1..._.......... 8 U a,10 364a
business rail in our burg Tuesday.Mrs. she came in contact. After a period of a 27 a 816 P ....._. "Pllt Jupit r....__._ II 2.a 1019 II Co.
i thousand times. Call and hear and four weeks illness" she died in full triumph I '."... 104 a II "I p" -.-.west Palm Beach. ..-. .. 118 a II UP....,
WATCHES OF WORTHIn ('. I. Grace and daughters ofOcala j see for yourself. A. E. Burnett, Ocala w 132 a !918 p ?-...... ..B"IDtnn.............- 120 a 918 P _
called several friends in our of the gospel faith surroundedby I ...l 2a 928p -.- ........_ lIt-Iray...........__ 'f 10 a, II 08 P OD.
on IFla.I two sisters", her faithful husbandand 'S I 31&11021 P .. .?..........rt.L\.I'It'rdal&__......... 618 a 8 15 IICQ
little hamlet Sunday. I 6 66& 1030 P .. .-.............1'ania..........?.--.. S 10& 8 upI
I loving friends. Her remains were 158 a.l0 Up" __......_Ihl&ud"j'!_.._..?... : 58 a 'J 29P
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Webb expect to! SUMMER TOURIST RATES .......... '
brought to Montague. Ha., and the, I 62ia _.. .IamnoCity...-.-.- 2Sa
leave in a few days to visit friends in I VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINEIf I 35& 1107pa ...?_ _........1113ml_...._......_.. L1' I 120 P
choosing such a constant companion as a watch, one should b. carefulto funeral was conducted by Rev. R. S. I -
Illinois and Southern Michigan. I'
select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch I you contemplate visiting summer English: pastor of Ml. Canaan Baptist I Dally Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Dally

told. DANGEROUS AND UNCERTAIN resorts see ticket agents Atlantic I .church and by her pastor Rev. J. E. I B till. as".

There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment of I I Coast Line, and get all information A. Keeler. assisted by n.Frt"d :Mention L1' .-.. ..._._.Ytaml,...__._. Ar -__ -seep
For sunburn tettet; and all skin and' with reference to rates routes schedules in the presence of a large concourse I 165&1-- Ar _.-.ii'.meewadLt __ 3 Upi
reliable movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our guarantee and Pullman servict. Summer of relatives and friends and i
Witt'1tch hazelalve
scalp diseases D
goes with every one of course. has It i is certain I tourist rates are now in effect to :all thence to the Mt. Canaan cemetery.INs. 23 No. 21 No.19 No. 17 No ii No. 10 N.. 1i:N.."
no etjual. a MAYAOnT N.. 18
have fine stock of chains to with the watches-both I the resorts throughout the where she, now sleeps the sleep of thtjust. Dally SiI"dIJSu"dlSundIJ1 DIIIJ "ANCH. S ndlJSu"dlJI' Dilly
We an extremely principal
go cure fur blina. bleeding, itching and i Elh" !I Onl,. lEI SUI DIIIJ. Only/ i O.IJ 11I1
men' and women's. We and recommend Simmons' watch chains It will draw the fire I country, with return limit October 31. I She leaves a mother a lovinghusband 1 -lEI
carry fully protruding lilies 6 00 I' tI is pi 200 p 9 3Q a 00 L1' ...._.JackllOn"m8_ Ar 830 a 12 00 D 545p, if P
the beat known out of a burn and heal without leavinga : Rates have been announced to all four !sisters four brothers I, 6 08 II 6 OJ pl2 08 Pi II 38 a'' 9 08 a Ar _So. Jacltn"Ule...... L1' 822 a 1162 a' 5 :s'f I Of p
filled chains made.
high quality gold : springs mountain and seashore resort cousins and other relatives and a host 160 P '7 U 2 60 p'10 10 a'' 9 n al" __Pablo }ka I1...._ 160 all 20 a 5 05 l 35 p
scar. Boils, old sores carbuncles, I 6 ..5p T 29 p P65p1.015&'II"&I"'' Atlantic:Beach..._ 7 '5&1115a 5 0.PI 'SOp
etc., are quickly cured by the use of For the first time round t.ip tickets of friends to mourn her death. The 'O IO P '7 Up' oOp 10 SO a 10 00 a. ..._..... Maypnrt........?? 7 30 a 11 00 a 'is 61f P
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel l'I'are' now on sale to resorts in New Ene- Star extends sympathy to the bereaved I I .
A. E. BURNETTI \ Salve. Accept no substitute" as they: !I, land territory. Sister I.uldJ.xan..r., better knownas t I i PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT lUlL

\ are often dangerous and uncertain. Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the! Lula Ford passed to. the spirit l.uid I'1 1I

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. scalp clean if used according to direc at 4 o'clo.kun.jay morning at Her. I Close Connection Made at MIami with Steamship of the P. & 0. S. S. Compuj Poi
I tions. Made and sold by the Postofflce! nando Fla. She was an earnest Christian
------ -- --- ---- FLEMINGTONMessrs. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
I I Drugstore.L.ALEXAKDEB. I and a loyal member of the c.1:i

: !F:. church Her faith in Christ was'I

I D. Fant and I). B. Pane are I II unshaken. Her illness was very !'hort.1 These Time Tables show the times at which trains may beeipected to arrive stand d.part
LulL Beeris600d forYou I busy running their oat thrasher. I II only of a few hours hut she" was readyfor from the ee.eralataUon but th"ir arrival or departure at the times stated U not f aaranu 4
I Quite number of Flemingtonites nor is this Company be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising tharetrom
a at-I the summons" when it came. Her .

tended the convention at Blitchton last I Practical remains were brought to Ocala and
I For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Sunday.We I the funeral was conducted by Rev.V.. S.

The malt is a food; the hopsa hear that one of our young men I CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful O. Rartley at Zion :\[. K. church, and) "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
was married a few days ago, but he has hr remains" deposited in the West
J. D. RAHNER, Ajit Un'l Pau. Agt., 5T. AUGUSTINE, fLA.,
tonic. The alcohol-only 3X per centisan not brought his wife home yet. Wonder estimates made on all contract Ocala cemetery. She leaves a dear

the trouble is. If he does work. Gives and better work
what more
husband three sons and two sisters to
aid to digestion a healthful stimulant. Schedule on Mayport Branch and Horn estead Extension Florida East Coast
; not bring her in soon folks will not believe for the money than any other in town. sorrow.'e e> tend sjmpathy.R. .
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of hf i is married. I'
Mrs.( M. B. Mixson i visiting her K. Sutton received quite a shock Effective June 3, 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport Branch and

eleanliness cooled in filtered air and moth..r.Irs.. 1>Dantzler at \VHliton The at J. D .AIcDuffy's farm store yesterday Homestead Extension, now shown in time-table No. 52, will be changed, additional -

this week.Rev. while sitting in the doorway. The light- trains being put Into service between Jacksonville and Mayport, and

every bottle is sterilized.It A. I. Piisoo left Monday for ning struck a tree ten feet away, tearing the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

!-'ortYhit... to conduit a )protracted it in splinters." Sutton recovered each way leaving Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving

is one of the best things in the world for you. meeting. We wish him a successful" PortlandExposition from the shock in an hour but is still Miami 2:30( p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of the F. E. a

i J T). Rahner A. G. P. A.
meeting. very nervous. Ry., or for pocket time-card address ,
It does not ferment on the. stomach, because it We notice that some of our young I

is aged-aged for months in refrigeratingrooms men look pretty lonesome these days. '.\. W. Walker, the world champion
shaver and hair cutter has" opened a
Wonder what the trouble is. Jack can 1 I
before it is marketed.It you tell us? May Flower. barber shop in Fred Powers' blocK.

I Try his keen razors, bair clippers and
OPEN JUNE 1ST Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH
bet without biliousness. AskLyour i
gives you GRAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN scissors and be convinced of his super-

doctor what he thinks about drinking TO OCTOBER 15TH ior skill. Satisfaction guarantees Ri

zors and concaved in good shape. I
It needs but little to tell
beer. Ask for I foresight Are You Going I
For sale by I that when stomach and liver
your are nfoI.*. 14. Bryant of Jacksonvillethe CAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA
Brewery Bottling.Thecarmich::. i&soncc Madly affected, grave trouble is ahead of the
only"colored traveling agent
To the Trail
for (
unless you take the proper medicine Southern Fruit Company is in the city

your disease as Mrs. John A. Youngof his house. He i il CONNE CTIONS-
!'" for !
Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous Clay. X. Y.. dil.hl" says: "I had BE CAREFUL mritingwith much !'UTeI'S.'t" commend ,
neuralgia of the, liver, and stomach myI.fa'.t TO TH E EAST Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond
was weakened and I could not I In electing your route west of the II him to the colored public. All Rail and Washington, th ence via Pennsylvania Ry.
-- -- ---- -- -- -- ---- -- -- -
Mississippi River.
eat. I \\as.ry bad for a long time. call at II. F. Holland's barber shop
I 70 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
; l hut in Electric Bitters I found just SEE WONDERFULScenic for a first class shave, hair cut, shamIHM Flyer route via Atlanta.

I \\ hat I needed, for they quickly\ lieI \'- etc. Razors put in proper first

d and cured me." Best medicine for Colorado as you class shape and satisfaction guaranteed TO THE EAST Via Save &: Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand

weak women Sold under guarantee Enlightening, Satisfying in every particular. North Magnolia Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington

I hy Anti-Monopoly Drugstore at 50; St., near the S. A. L. Vi. and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
vents a bottle. Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhIladelSteamship -
I PIKE'S PEAK, There will "t.e a grand festival at Odd phia.

LOW ROUND TRIP RATES COLORADO SPRINGS, Fellows Hall Friday night the 4th inst.

ROYAL GORGE, Prizes will be, awarded for the various KEY WEST and HAVANA .Via Pernnsutar ana< Occidental Steamship Co.
I BLACK CANON pet formanr Refreshments in abund- Route of the celebrated trains, Ne w York uid Florida Special, Florida

ATLANTIC COAST LINE TENNESSEE PASS, ance. Music a plenty. Everyone i is and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

DyspepsiaCure I II CANON OF THE GRAND, il1it..d.dmi'sion., regular price.
$18.25-Monteajjl le, Tenn.-Tickets sold MARSHALL PASS, Quickest schedules superior service. For Information as to rates schedules

I Aug. 5, 6 and 7, with final limit Aug. GLENWOOD SPRINGSand *If you want a bargain' in shoes etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with J. S. Hartsell D. P.

31, but by payment of difference between SALA LAKE CITY dress gfiods house and kitchen furnishing A., Tampa; W. J. Crate G. P. A.; H.1.. Emerson. T. M., Wilmington, N. C.

I the rate at which ticket was Are All en This Line g"'ds, visit" the New Racket Red
sold and summer tourist rate from Tag andlio1.- umm..r ClearanceSale.

Gina rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion! dyspepsia, sour stomach point at n hi h ticket was isued t3.I II WRITE MC! what time you will belikely We are going to give you real

Monteagle and return extension of to make the triIt\ may be bargains.Rev. .
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous WHEN YOU GOTo
final limit can be secured to Oct. :3by 1 to our mutual advantage.t .
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure. C. H. Holley of Daytona i is in
depositing' ticket with joint agenat the-
RATES DIFFER on different days. the city en route toIt.. 'anaan to assist :! -
h s.eiM.t Ua Life- DI... r.. Lail D.u.r,4r."y.ta.o.D.wiu Monteagle.$34.05Eureka
II.*.. IN Br.*tk fir.* MBM ti Kick M U> Rev. R. s. English in revival ervices. -
Ark. LET ME ARRANGE your trip. Divers -
e..ou.. e s a M cot tin. Springs,
I I .
A. m R.... loutes allowed. LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITIONAT
ets sold daily, good until October 31. WRITE TODAY For comfortable lodging and good

$51.15-Chicago, III-Tickets on sale: SLEEPING TAR RATE (Tourist), St. meals call at the Alack House. Terms PORTLAND, OREGON

daily, good until October 31. Louis to Portland! $"3.50. I very reasonable. Mrs Melissa\ Alack,
Iou Will Want to Travel In the Full Enjoyment of Modern
- Gh INS LAUNDRY $34.75-Elaoraao, MO. Tickets sold on, Missouri, proprietress.Rev.:
first and third Tuesdays of August'j i Pacific, I. E. REHLANDER, J. A. Mitchell of :Sarasota will
Just tell the Man Who Writes Out Your Ticket to Make It Read Via the
and September, final limit sixty days i ,' Denver & Trav. Pass. Agt., preach tonight' at the Second Baptist

LEE HONG PROPRIETOR. from date of sale", not later than Ootil I! Rio Grande. Chattanooga, Tenn.The church. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE

>er 31. =--- -- The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
$35.90-Portland! Oregon Seattie, Airs. I. A. Allen, superintendent ofthe This Route Takes You Via Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville Over the
I Washington Tacoma Washington 'I' Orphans' Home at Belleview. is Beautiful

lvurktdk.'n every Jay .>f the week And returned the third or fourth day thereafter Bellingham, Washington Everett THE t quite sick. Friends take notice. CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINSIn
CoUars ant eutI4. done up Tr..y, swI: and los-iv; ; also fancy fluting and ruSing done in the I Wahington.1ctoria.. B. C.. Vancouver te j. r Fr ;
neatest and t B. C. via direct 1
Going route
D. Called forxnd delivered free of charge 4.u',1.. lefto h.wlhh.,1 and any: '' '-d! Magnolia stand opposite Tompkins.I : connections are made with thro igh trains for Portland.
out called fur In 40 days. will sold returning via same or any other direct tEXAS PACIFIC Buy a round trip ticket from Jacksonville to Portland SO-SO? good for

route. Tickets on sale daily 0, I ". Anthony Gunn left Sunday SO days.

Family Washing Done at Reasonable Prices. September 30. inclusive. s0 RAILWAY night for Key West to visit relatives. FREE st p-overs at Yellowstone Park, and In the Scenic Colorado'a.

$86.20-To San Francisco-and L''s, rEe 1 YOU can return home a different route without any additional coat For more
Airs :Martha is ill Call
Angeles California. Tickets on sa. Alurry very complete Information. free maps, etc.. write to E. J. WALKER
Don't Lose Ticket Return all Unsatisfactory Work .I! her.Mrs. I
: : see
at intervals in months of July, August Great Eastern I Fla. Pass Agt., Dixie Flyer Route Jacksonville Fla.

MONTEZUMA: BLOCK, FT KING AVEXUE. and September. ; Alarz-tta' Brown i il! quite icli t

I $28.30-Cheap Rates to Hot Spring.. and Western Line I"'llT.Mrs. I
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Ark.-Round trip tickets on sal tithe i II l
Atlantic Coast Line to !!. t Across the Entire States olMA ; Ali e Fluitt is quite sick. :I Railroad Rates Worth Looking Over

For a Short Vacation Run I Springs. Ark.. J3115.: ; good for sixtydays. I

Ti.-k-t* sold first and thinday i ? and lUUISIAM! i Was in Poor Health TOP Years I! _

j of July. august and September: ; !
Over to : Ira W. Kelley of :Mansfield Pa.. Round trip Convention rates on various dates until September 28, with

--- i Tickets on Sale Daily, Good to Returni I NO TRUIBII.! T') _VSAJKI "E"T1IS write, : "I was in poor health for twoears. final limit SO! days, to CALIFORNIA a nd LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION

i October 31 PORTLAND, OREGON. SenJ 2-cent stamp for Illustrated booklet
\ buffering kidney and Madder -I
j $51.31-Asbury Park. N. J. ;I Direct Line toi I trouble. and spent considerable which is a complete guide to Portland the Exposition and the Northwest.Round .
HOT SPRINGS $-t9.35-Atlantic: City. N. J. i consulting physicians: without
NORTH money
N. Y. I TEXAS I trip Summer rates to COLORADO AND UTAH until September 30.
j' !I obtaining any marked benefit but was
$62.20-Halifax, N. S.t2.35Hot ; NtW MhXICO: cured by Fole>.'.i Kidney Cure. and I ;i final limit. October 31.

ARKANSAS I i! $ Springs Va. !| ARIZONA desire to add my testimony that it maybe i Round trip Colonist rates to LOUISIANA TEXAS, OKLAHOMA and INDIAN -

{I $54.05-.Niagara Falls. N. Y. I II : the cause of restoring the health of i TERRITORY each first and third Tuesday.

Very low rates. Dining and Pullman Sleeping Car $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. i andCALIFORNIA otb rs." Refuse substitutes. Sold by I II I t
Pullman Tourist Cars three days each week from Washington,
I Through
Summer Tourist Rates are on sal the Postoffice Drugstore.A I
Service. Tickets on sale daily. to all Summer Resorts. ., I D. C., to San Francisco without change via Atlanta, Montgomery, Mobile and

For further information call upon I : RITE FOR XJ.'A B< uK 'OF TEX' FRE I BARGAIN; IN LUMBER New Orleans and Southern Pacific and two cars a week from St. Louis to
write to San Francisco via C. & A. R. R-, anl Union Pacific R. R
Geo. K. LEE S. L. 1'ARROTT, or I i '
Rock i Island I J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber, : E. P. TURNER I We have a large quantity or secondhand INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN

Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt., C. T. A., D .T. A. lumber of all kinds which we '\i'l I
System i General
I Ocala, Florida Passenger Agent t'I cell cheap and on terms to suit cusI 1i i I G. W. ELY T. I'. A. J. F. VAN RENSSALAER.

Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga. J S. Hartsell. D. P. A.. Tampa Fla DALLAS, TEXAS tomer. Ditto & Maloney. P. O. BEAN T. P. A. Gen Agt., Peachtree, St., Atlanta Ga.




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