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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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).
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Volume \ \ Number 80. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER J2, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year "

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? Every} Lady's Dressing Chamber a j I DAIRYFor

New> Walnuts,f. BELL COUNTY CONTINUES TO RING should be equipped with a dainty, snow-white one-piece SoReF55 : Light Sentence Went Far To-

ward Atoning for Lack of Chivalryof
v "Stantflyd' Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. ; Your .
Brazil Huts s the
V Ha>e you ever stopped to consider 4 i
Mayor Hamill the Whiskey Mayor, r '
and Almonds sa as'' ..-tfr }how delightfully convenient it would I Judge Samuel T. Shaylor of the Pure Milk and Cream
Raves Like a Mad Lion, Just Criminal Court of Record, again dem-
be have hot and cold!
to running
County Attorney Hill Said He WouldDo .1 ; =t.t !v I'onstrated this morning that he knew

Filled Figs I'aWns, Currants: I t i1 in your dressing chamber sleeping! :I. how to distinguish the real criminal Delivered Every Mowing at Your Door. ,

-I I :apartment or first-floor toilet room? I I: from others. Today he imposed a fine

and (ana\'a JtAI}'. Evaporated '' of $1 and costs against :Mrs. Ruth
would afford the
\ ,s, presence you highest Quality and Sanitation Guaranteed.
Baskets r
Fruits, Fresh and Clean. Calf Mr Cam Has Two Waste t i. y'l r tidegree of comfort. Freeman, who was convicted of aggravated -

y y i assault on one Owen Loadholtz.
Foot of Suppressed Evidence.Editor c: \\'e will gladly quote you prices. -- "- -.
Jelly.Maraschino. eVk It will be remembered that ilrs.: Freeman -

r :Star: I am glad to see my I Ii I '1 Our plumbers are strictly competent in the office of Justice{ of the

i l's' mechanics honest and reliable. Peace I. L. Farris in thei .
Cherries Figs suppressed evidence, two letters from j ; j avenging
i wrongs done her daughter. :May
1 Mayor Hamill of Texas, published. Ills i I
Pineapple and I Brown, fired a shot at Loadholtz, who

letters prove that he Is the exact man t j I I) H! in turn, shot and killed the young woman PROTECT YOUR BOOKS !

Nuts. that County Attorney Hill of Bell ---- 1!
_1. c:=:=?'- whom he is alleged to have ruined -

ounty, Texas, said he was. | and also seriously shot Mrs. Free- They're too valuable strewn about the room or

Note what Hill says, that Mayor j : man. Loadholtz went armed into the house exposed to dust and damage! Of course lOUcan't
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. lluniill "was one of'the first and loud- >, help it, if )our book-case is full' and of the oldst
court room prepared to shoot the woman -
I f,;t and bitterest in his denunciation i| FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC CO 1: he had wronged and her outragedi >le solid construction. Better get rid of such a case
I or start a new one that will
of Mr.I Curtis and the,offiters in the ;! always accommodate your
I i mother. books wKTtout: being either too large or too small-one
methods to close th, I
thymIlo'td i j i No one can describe a mother's feeling that grows with your library and always fits it The
DO YOU WANT clubs although the law was traced to --- !! _
I I in a case like this and public !sentiment .
minutest detail." And now, when
the could have destroyed them long ago.' rents remain stiff there is a better supply i was with Mrs. Freeman. SheI 9t"h :

TO BUY A I th.- county attorney, whose duty It is The mayor certainly does not reflect.: I of houses to be had. Another thing !j I I has suffered much and Judge Shaylori } c Wcrnic
enforce the law and to uphold the
II to credit upon himself when he admits I worth noting is the fact that nearly all :i i acted wisely in placing as light a sentence "Elastic"
II I good name and reputation of his county Book-C use
that such evils exist in the very town I of the houses being erected, many ofI' as he could on the heartbroken ,.

I II undertakes! to defend his countyitrainM over which he has the highest power j which will be occupied) by the Lulldt-rs'i I j i mother of May Brown.Metropolis,- I is theand original and only up-to-date sectional bookcase
find this
a falaeh'MHl. we same in the land. This tells the story for I most of them are of the better class i llth. I II is made by the largest manufacturers of such goods

,r..xi I ma)or and l loudest and itself. What side is the mayor on? I of cottages. The home building habit, I I i I I in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades, sizes
.si in his denunciation of Littt-r-I
Respectfully. however, has the city in its embrace.- '' and prices, adapted to

i luinry Hill. Again Wl" find Hill's state-I I W. D. Cam. Houston Chionicle | THE MAD BULL OF TEMPLE i any and all require.
IS ini-ni vended when he says that 3.laY-1 ments. It's a system of '
I Temple Building Up-Many New Houses V
01 Hamill "ra\ -d like a mad lion when + units, each unit fitted

iiH: :: ht found) the dubs were being closed I I Being Erected and More Belton-Temple Write Up Some Anti-Prohibition Absurdities !|, with the perfection dust-
SiK-cial to the Chronicle: proof roller bearing
<-ii, I I Being Planned Temple, Tex., Aug. 19.-A firm at Examined II j door. But we'll be gladto

The mayor, in his answer to County Special to the Chronicle: Wat-ii, represented by Lewis A. Parker I The Bell county attorney said that show them if you call,

Attorney Hill's article again laves likea Temple, Tex., Aug. 19.-Just at I.res- is looking over the field with a !' the mayor of Temple would rave like' I or will send illustrated

Do You Want ToSell mad lion because Attorney Hill has ent th'rfIs considerable improvement'I view of issuing in the near future a Ii!. a mad bull-and he did! Such is the (i catalogue on requestSOLD
houn to the world that Hamill's ar-
going on in this city. Many new houses souvenir edition of a publication, the style of men who have lost the argu- i
tides are totally untrue. I invite every I
Rent or Buy are being built in the residence portion twin cities, in their interurban and I ment. What a lengthy stream of i iI i ii
person to read again the letters I
of the town and other residencesare traction relation to each other. The i melted lava-too lung for elaborate reJ'J
from both paities. Judge for -
State yourselves being remodeled! and improved. All J.uLlkation11 contain extended :i j view-but I wish to notice one statement |
if County Attorney Hill has not I j .
summer: there has been: a constant II! write-ups of the two cities! and will bej| of his, and address myself to I

*Lot, or farm? described the mayor exactly. His ra\1 building going on which has resulted I handsomely illustrated with half tones other things that have been done and ,i! (

a ing, maniacal article proves to a (.on-I in increasing the number of residences I of the prettiest buildings in each town I said. !
ratite mind just where the I I
Do You Want to available greatly. At one time last! -Houston Chronicle. j I Let it be observed that a stringent ,
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interest is. Has he said one wordmore
spring it was impossible to find a I i major like Hamill-one who is dead
in denunciation of local option in va-I!
Insure Life (I cant cottage of the better sort for real I It does matter whether you have set against prohibition-will magnifythe
his last letters than he said in his I I
i at any price and rents consequently', good matting or not. It matters to smallest objection and make a i; x

Limb or Property? test 1 article? I were a'h'anl'e'I'onsideraLlr. but {'ondi-i i you and to us. Let's get together.' frightful noise over the slightest

Mr. Cam Still Suppressing Evidence I IX..w. lions are changing now. und while, Ocala Furniture Company.H. I Ii viation\ from peifeetion. Instance: :dt'-I 1 BY

THEN f LOSE: NO as to the headings of. the bar- j I i Hill said that this stringent mayor i i ii

oom! aitules, trying to letlect! on I i I I had seven cases of "drunk" before hiscourt '
TIME: SEEING mei I --- I I Melvei' MaeKay
because I did not have the bar-ioom in July. But the mayor sees lDERLERS ,
ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, As?;-tant Manager. I
articles published. I am fully able to I that Mr. Hill fell !short! of the exact
Manager. ,
t.1kt'are of myself. I want to say in I' number by two. "There were nine IN

-- --- the beginning that I re'elalmot I cases," says the mayor. With this
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every day, articles against prohibition.I slight difference he rises on tiptoe) and

: For now have two waste baskets full of !j tries to brand Hill as a liar. He makesas FURMTUftE jm HOUSEHOLD FUR SHINGSCCAL.A.

WATCHESAnd such articles, but I do not have them COMMERCIAL BANK [ big a fuss over two as some peo-

? published for two reasons: First, and |I ple would over two hundred. Out of

4 REPAIRSGO untrue and against a principle OCALA I FLORIDA i gets a high compliment. Mr.

hat I am convinced is correct; second, Hill i will give him the other two 'andthen

10 i because I am required by our newspapers we have only nine cases In the

iI I to pay for every line, and I amusing month of July (including the "Glor- Florida East Coast Railway.

F G. B. ML E I H E. every cent I have to spare to Your Business with 1 us will Protect you Against ious Fourth!") in a city of ten thous-I !

I publish tides advocating my principles and. Now, put "wet": Ocala

1 be Jeweler.- mn.and not the principles of whiskey BurglarsFire and Careless Handling of Funds. month side of we"dry"had Temple.thirty-four In the cases same of ; Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect Aprill7,!! .

\ Yes the first article from Mayor I "plain drunkot! half as many inhabitants SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. KORTH-BOUHD-SEAD UP.

Hamill, dated August 18, addressed tome I but nearly four times as -
was received by me through the I I many cases! How blind the man who I No. 99 I No. 29I I STATIONS 110.78. .,. U ,

mail the same day I received Attorney -- ----- -.1 will not see. Dally. Dilly. lall,. DaU,.
f, sf YA'tf Hill's letter. Both in to .1I I I -.
were answer
v I Fitzgerald ParagraphAn G OOp 9 4o a,LT _"__.Jacksonsllle... .?_ .1r 'oop 860&
letters I wrote them on the same day, THE OCKLAWAHA INN i dis-I G 07p 9 ua _-5<). Lv II 2p 8 i2&615pI1055a .
has been madto
attempt .___St. Attgustine _._. S50p 740&.
simply enclosing the whiskey i prove the assertion of the W. C. T. u.1 II 53 P 1112 a ?__....._..Hai'tlngl! ? ? 4 65 P II n a
published about four weeks ago and i ,i 710 50 a _...........Eat l'alatloiI......__ 8'P e 281
that the president of the A. & B Ry. Pill

I"sking these questions: n....a such a .. A Pleasant, Homelike House; !|, declined the offer of Fitzgerald to 10- 'I 7 85 P 1215pi!Ar _.__.___l'allltk. _.__._.. LY Slop e 00CO
( -r state of affairs now exist in Hell coun- r. i e i5 p'ii 25.. Lv .......__....._Palatka _--.-.._. Ar 6 00 P e 65 a 1 .
j : cate its shops there. The knock-down .

tDid such a state ever exist? Elegant, Airy Rooms and the I I "proof is that they have "some" shops Q\ -p 200 P Ar ...._..._._S"n Mata'o-,,.._....? Lv 210 P .,. C= )
M.iILtmill's!; answer was simply )I 0 210p 800a Lv .........,......San Y"t..o_.._.. Ar 825p 7 68 C
I Iin Fitzgerald! But what a difference .
,4 1.1 reaffirmation of what he had already 9= very Choicest Table Board. between "some" shops and "the" shops C 7 b0( P n 32 p Lv ..._....._.......:i eoga_..._?.._ Lv I 57 P 6 50 :: t\ '
written. Why should) I bother to pub j[' v 8 03 P 12 n p ..._..__BunLcll.._.__ 3 U P 6 3a a n fa f-
'! Several cities through which a road 10 P 12 65 P _......_._JJuV'.nt._............... a 31 l' 525aOt 1+4 I I
i lish his views again? They, had already Special Rates in Summer, to! runs have "some" shops for local 8 n P 1 2' P _._.,...._Urwr.r.d ..._...._M.. 310 P i 611 ao ..... '
been published in a longer artl- 1+ I may 8 53 P 139 P ?_?....,__Day uata_._._ 3 00 P 4 iT a ..." e
so t i repair, but only one may have "the"shops. 9041' 1Slp ?..........?Port Orange......__. 250p 436a c: ,J
le and in stronger terms. : Weekly and Monthly Board- Thus we have another Instance I/) V 25 I' 215 Ar ...._._... \err Smyrna....-.._ II 2 30 I' 415a .,
dskrf- As to the last letter from the PI- -
mayor i : of magnifying a thing in order _C 10 21 a 3 U P Ar _...._ LAke IIt"lpD .........._. LT 12 45 P 610 P 0
c........... dated September :2, 11)05.!) which saysin ers. lame It might beI 1039a 355p _......._OrangeCity....._....... 123. P 5t4p ,..",
; i i to save a argument. ...... ...., 12 li i5
J its "was also i. 10 45 a 4 0\y "Oru."" City .TUlIdt<>n. 30p Jl
heading quickly secreted -
It= j I I well for those who are trying to findI : n
never\ ( GornniercialTraveler deep down, deep in the aforesaid II I Eo- 11 35 P ::1 25 II LY .... ..........:\6W Smyrna...____.... Lv 2 10 P 4 DS a P
> > falsehoods to correct to go through p 4 1000 p 251p ....._........(Oak 11111....._...__.. H 154<< PI :339a109ip I
basket This statement 1!* totally ." '. Proprietress. that "Wall Street" literature and get C 330p ir ._ _............rttu!>Tllle_......_ .. IIi Ii 300 fA 1 1G
untrue but it is untrue only because '! ... ---
i) i some things straight. For instance, II 00 a .......?_ Ar.-.SanL'rd..._........._..Lv 1000a1000a Ot
the bar-room men, did not give me time j I OCALA FLORIDA that "Jolt from Bob Burdett" had better en 1000& Lv .................._Sanford.................. Ar ___ 9Q0& ....a
to it in the waste basket before I ... -- \-
Knows the value of a swell rig when put ] 1 be taken out and sent to him for I f14 1039 P I 30 P Lv .._.?__ Titusville _..__.... Lv 115 P 3 00 ..;
calling on his patrons, and it he has they published it. for had I rceehed i, -- -- ----- -- ""correction. He would hardly recognize 1116 P <4< 09 PI .. _.,_..?.....COJIX,&.___?._ 1234p 219 r)
U M ._ ._......_ 1230 215&
it direct from Mr. Hamill. which I did 1122 P 413 P ? -kockled?e- P = _
been in Ocal.x before he knows that i it, save as the same old garbled .. 1163p 445p<< .. ?_......_EauGal.le-..,...,.._.. ", 1158& 1 U& _
not I would not have published it, for WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF __ ........ 1143 a. 184:
the place to secure one, with good: I i speech that he disowned long ago. bQ 12 C5 a <4< 54<< P"urne ( :J
.. .. .._ 11 (4&12 U aas
the two reasons given above. I have 1" "I a 6 31 p -?? SeLL9t1aII-- UI
driver, handsome buggy, or carryall, I i, The saloon fraternity are anxious to 183: a 629 p ..__?.__..8t. Lude......?....._ 1012 ai12' 00m .r
with plenty of room to stow away his two waste baskets in my office now, get a preacher to say something that C. 155 a a 45 P II _....,..Fvrt I'kCC_____ 10 O6 a11155 p ty!
full of just such articles, and the barroom I U 218 a 1 (18 P ___._.Tlbbals"___ to 30&I1t r P O
sample cases, and well groomed, well they can twist into a pro-saloon argument J 223& 712p _..__E.J..n......... "__ V p
fed horses, fine as silk, can always be men are at liberty to publish allthey HARDWARE and so they have touted Rev.B. 228a I17p _._..._._Ji'n8611__._ 9 21&,'It tap ;
like and I i en :2 39 a 728 p __.?_..... tult....._. ? ?. "E V 11 &1 saP
procured here at low l'rl.s. We w illgive say they were "st'e..etl'ol. .. and have made no apology to him ) d I 08 a 1 56 P .....?_? lIobe round.._..,:.., 8 U.. 10 C. ,
good set \ ice at low cost. deep! down in my waste basket.: I''' I rd I27a 814 _._.. .....Wt'st.TuJllt..".__ 824a'1019p f 4
you for the falsehood.
shall I U 4 0'a 851 p' _-_._West Palm lieack- .,_ r 'I' aI 11'8 P
han: a burning of them next "Blind BellowingLike : 4 3,a 918p .. ---......-.Brtyntol1... ........- al p V }-
S. A. TANDLEY & CO. Wednesday morning 9 o'clock be- :, Stoves Heaters Ranges Every Kind of Wire Fencing Tiger" :: 4 42a 928p -.- ........- Ddray..........- 7 8" 908 P .C'.II:
the ancient proverb "There is = I 31 a 10 alp _." 100rl1ale...__. II 816 P
t twifii the armory and Witness LuildI I CQ 6 <46< a 10 30 P _..,......"..._ P&Lla_.......__ e 18& 8 06 P
i I ing. I cordially invite them, to come ] a lion in the streets! We shall be 6 58 ai10 Up" __......HroUandJ\le ?_... 6 a T U
I a 24& (Il Lemon City..... ... 34 a 7 29
So loses his head, 111 P :
slain one -
\ ajound and see the pile of "suppressed: Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies. some II ". 11 -- -.......-"lAm._...____ L. 23a 720y
UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF t"\ Ideuce." I 'and runs through the streets and bellow -

RICHMOND T l s, "Blind tiger! Blind tiger!" It DaHl Dat17
MEDICINE lnu to come back to this last arti-I I Ex. "T' HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Yz, -

in MEOlClKE. SURGERY S VIRGINIA.,08SlfH.CSand ; i I i >.it.! Last Wednesday or Sash, Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds ;i is all the more pitiable to see intelligent I SIn. 8aL a

Thorough the SrtCIUTlES course ; al>o DEKTISTftY aadmRMACT.! 'while I was at the school house hold-j men take notice of such an argu- 145 _.""?- Lt .._., ........._!liaml_._.__. U __ 600 -'
Lecture Hill, Laboratories Hospital: and Di3pensa !' ins? examination, someone \:' on Vf i ment against prohibition, and trembleas 100 I al :_ Ar _....Jlomeatead....__ Lv :.- .S"t.
.ic equipped: succcMful tcith.c: if the foundation of the earth j _
< amply ; : II:) office desk a copy of the said let very -.r.;
Icfenty Teachers. High tccoiil before Slate BoirJi. I 1t'r and had written on the top of it s was giving way. j ... 23''No. 21'No. 19 N o. 17 N II. 1 I '18undaySaaday1 No. ZO Ne.U N6 Dill.It
For 1-KVpair( Citalofat II, ..,i'" TAR! PROCTOR | I Dilly Sunday Sundly Sundayl Dally I MAYPORT BRAN CH. : y
\1 ".\ copy for Prof. Cam." I do not I If it is necessary to relieve these intelligent Ilkll 081y Only Only. ,Ei SUlj _Dally. _Only i iI ;I II II Oay Eira

know" who left it there but men of their fright let it beunderstood I -I -- 830aI200nll6liP 'Up ,
suppose I 8 00 y 8 Up 2 00 PI 9 SO a'': 00 n b _.lvbon! Lv 822nit61a' 171p i 01 p ,
some, bar-rout man left it. As I was !, that Mr. Tiger is not going /06y 66)p 208PIV38& 1I08a.Ar, _So). Jad s 'c h" .. 'W..llAl&. : 506 l sap .
Perfection returning to my office a colored! man ,:, to flourish in Ocala and Marion tounjty. I l.op 7 24 p 2 40 ''1010 a 113ga" ,,, -Pablo B ii.-: 145&1115& iO'p 430145 ,
CanopiesThe '
was awaiting me at the bottom of the I I Is.'f'n II Conditions are changed, and progress 00 3O&1100&4'5, ..... (
stair steps and! I asked him if he had marks our way. I --

anyone going up in my office, and I y I I It seemed, that the Banner was about i PLND5I1U 1XD OCCIBLVT; L STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS: AT HUlL ... ,

he said: "Yes. sir. about fifteen minutes to commit suicide in its editorial. i m
\ ago I saw a led-nosed, puffed- ;| "Quits," because a "blind tiger" and a One Couiell. JUJe rf"tol with' SttiiiiHn ol He P. & 0. S. S. Cow s r

X : .N low. ot-gutted mJn going up j "clul once lived in Jays of yore! Has
\ V4 \ i it failed the condi- AND KEY WES:
;:r :, eMeor : Jh.lmt! he done come down 110W. k1Y' j to note changed HAVANA

*<-"*">: n H A\ This letter was not sent to me by I I lions-better laws, better officers and

< \S *r;.1' & I I Mayor Hamill, and would not have 31 I I stronger sentiment? We do not look : These ate Tables show the times at which trains may teupACteo1 co U'

ik Ilt n published by me if it had. i fur perfection, although the "w et" man from Ule ienl stations but th-ir arrival or departure atvxltl taelimes eta

Now in conclusion I wish to say ["demands it. He never: expects perfection ** Company to be held respousltle tor a.I.l: delaysor&n7Wt-.>goa L; y>

if Bell county's who=key' mayor will i in the: enforcement and restraining
ring a few more Sells: that so clearly, HAY TEDDERS i'effect of other laws but if he discovers I For Coy of the LOCAL TIME CARDI

prows the rating lion and tiger bloodin the smallest quantity of boozes I "SEE THE TICK; ,

his veins as described in AttorneyBill's Presses Mowers and Tool! Grinder passing hands he jumps high in the 1 .
ill T" t I Hay Rakes, Knife J. D. RAHNER. A* t. AptCISiGE7 letter I will! be glad to read them, air and bellows: "Prohibition does not
i W-yport Branc -
best on earth for either iron 01 r but I want it distinctly understood ; A Complete Stock of Repairs for both prohibit:" Such an argument is too Schedule on & :

that the ban-room men will! have toe absurd for a sane man to make. Let -- --
wood beds, or children's cribs. Mos't i _
pay for their publication. PEERING AND McCORlVHCKMachines : reason reassume her throne and \j-' l Effective J'T.I'; ._
durable, sanitary: and time saving. Ware I ne) T" '
headquarters, for everything ir Any thinking mind can plainly seer and Implements. give CKala and Marion (' t 4 Homestead+
that with the push in the way of moral *' -
county attorney exert-
beds of bed fittings, from the canop; i .* .' Ioore.I v':
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to the sprir-v. Our prices are alway: :s ing every effort to put down illegal, progress f :-- -_
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right. selling in Temple, as the mayor admits i MARION HARDWARE COMPANY f o-
himself, if the mayor had been in I I At Rlo.naue":, Patent Mesa _

MCIVEh ';;.. acKAYr sympathy with the movement: the, SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUF; J N>4, .t special low prices. : .

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MONROE & tHUmu 3

At McIntosh today, Prof. R. L. Parks Philadelphia republican newspaper -

L BITTINGER & CO. a teacher in the Deaf. Dumb and Blind refers to president Roosevelt as
Cans Early June Peas 25c.
"the "
Institute at St. Augustine, was marriedto biggest man in the world today.
0, C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Oh no. that is hardly correct. The
BANKERS Miss Rosa Lee Walkup the charm-
Proprietors and Publisher president weighs only about 190

; ing daughter of Dr. Walkup. The cer- pounds while 31. Witte is two and a Should

C. L. BITTINGER, emony was performed by Rev. C. M. O.K.GROCERY. half inches taller and weighs 223

: Editor and General Manager Ocala :.. Florida I Gordon, pastor of the Presbyterian pounds. And then there is SecretaryTaft. .
church at McIntosh at the home of I .
carrying upwards of 250 pounds

R. R. CARROLL, the bride. This hymeneal event wasa i;''en a frame better than six feet long. Auld
complete surprise to the community.
There is
a very affable hardware
City Editor and Business ManagerA .
The groom is a blind man, but a most I drummer that comes to this city who is

LOANS. DEPOSITS. estimable gentleman. The Star extends CLARK BROS. Proprietors,'almost twice as big as President

SABBATH DAY'S JOURNEYBy congratulations. j Roosevelt, since his weight is very Acquaintancebe

PHONE 174BURNETT 1 nearly 370; pounds.-Savannah News.

a trip down the new hard road on YELLOW FEVER REPORT


beautiful home of Mr. S. R. Pyles, the There were 38 new cases of fever in

commissioner for the Belleview and New Orleans yesterday. No deaths. Everybody is cordially invited to

Summerfield district and all the coun- Total cases to date, 2327; deaths, 316. I attend a good old-time barbecue, *to

try round -about, including Lake Weir, right to feel proud of their new home, There were nine new cases and one I be given at Pedro on October U, in

up to the banks of the Oklawaha at and friends are extending congratula- death in Pensacola. The death was | honor of the public school. This bar- Forgotwe

Moss Bluff and Starks' Ferry, we founda tions.-Gainesville Sun. that of Wolfberg, Norwegian vice becue is to be under the supervision of

gplendid road for some four miles. Mr, Dale will be remembered as the consul. THE TAILOR, Mr. Rufus Perry, one of Pedro's oldest

A short distance beyond the causewayover and most prominent citizens who has
competent and faithful bookkeeper for
a pond and from there on the 'BROTHER MARTINIS Has Moved Into His agreed to furnish the people with plenty say
Messrs. Ford and Hiller and one of
foundation is good but the road is of
A TRUE BAPTIST beef, mutton,
rough and hard to travel over, and the finest singers and musicians this New Brick Store barbecued in such a way that everyone :

will be ao until Will Lucius, the over- town ever possessed. Owing to the heavy rains the last I present will be only too glad to participate -

seer, takes his big road engine and three weeks, it has been very unfavorable No H E. Fort King Avenue. I in the feast. Let everybodygo againForget -

crushes the rock and makes a smooth Judge T. J. Simmons of the supreme for missionary and colporteurwork. and take well filled baskets, with .

surface, which he expects to do shortly. court of Georgia, died at his horn in See his fine line of piece the determination to spend the hap-

But it Is not so much this road we Atlanta at an early hour this morningand I On my way to Fairfield Saturday before -I for piest day of their lives. it .

started to speak of but the lovely byways will be buried at Macon tomorrow last, 1st Sunday, I came to wherea goods summer clothing -

that thread the wooded districts I morning. Judge Simmons was a I bridge had floated off on a long, nar- \ KICKS FROM A KICKERI

of this portion of the county. They brother-in-law of Capt. J. T. Lancaster row crossway. The embankment was o

are truly enchanting, and we believe of this city, and was about 70 yearsof not wide enough to turn around on see in a recent issue of the Star,

that but few of our people know of age, although as keen in his mental without getting into the ditch, which J Jetty Burnett. I 'In account of a raid on a gambling Not

their beauty and charm aa you pass faculties as when a young man. He would hate submerged my wagon with den and the subsequent fining of the

.. through these beajtifui forests an! all Its contents. Now believe in l of
was one of Atlanta's oldest, best we parties J10 each. What good does

inhale their health-giving fragrance. If known and most highly respected citi immersion, but we do not like to apply Merchant ratio : it do to fine these gentry that small

our people could realize the restful and zens. it to our books. After a short sum? It is only an advertisement of: '

soothing air and the peaceful quietudeof council with myself and "Jim" (my their business. They pay it and in an I UneedaBiscuit

enchanting nature, ao many more I" faithful hon I decided to disrobe .
We note by the Southern Witness, ) & MAOKAY hour afterward are back at their trade. .
would go out into the sunlight and DeLand, that Rev. L. B. Warren a get out and replace the floating planks. If Ocala reallywants to rid itself of

the shade of these peaceful retreats former pastor of the Ocala Baptist After fixing the bridge I attempted these leeches let the fine be $100 or .

and pleasant paths and renew their church, but now of Beaumont, Texas, to regain my horse and wagon but"Jim" I more, supplemented by a good long

youth, in imagination at least, and has just closed a seven days' revival being H horse well raised and FUNERAL DIRECTORS term on the hard roads.C. .

lengthen the shadows of a longer meeting at Mexia Tex. He drew Im- of delicate sensibilities, refused to let H. Voorhees.

drawn out day. mense crowds, created great enthusiasm me approach him. I begged him, and UNDERTAKERSand

We had with us. on this lovely morn- and there were many conversions.He coaxed him promised him double rations I Judge \V. S. Bullock and family are

Ing our fast friend "Ben," as we all is deemed in that section an ideal and even called him "Jimmie," again at Clay Springs. The judge has

call him at the Star office, but properly evangelist.Mr. his Sunday name. but all to no pur- I bought the Quail cottage and is havingit '

known as J. H. Benjamin, one of the pose: he still stubbornly refused to let EMBALMERS, repaired. He is laying off town lots 5

best all round printers in the me approach.Vell, now, it looked pret- sand '
very C. J. Grace of Evinston divis- I I' will build a hotel. He: expresses :

state of Florida, whose usefulness and ion manager of the Mutual Life Insur- ty serious for a while. But finally I Fine Cashete pleasure at our suggestion of the ..

fidelity cannot be measured! in dollars ance Association of Georgia, is here on waded off through the cypress trees name "Wekiva Mineral Spring," and
and cents, a man of bright mind i and tacked back and clambered in the
a very thinks he will it
a visit to his brother, C. I. Grace. and Burial Robes adopt as soon as
and full of droll wit and a trip of this While here Mr. Grace will organize a I rear end of the wagon, and away we some legal matters can be arranged.-

kind in his company becomes a rare i j I went plunging! ,into the water. We Apopka Citizen.J. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
{I division oMhe company he represents. All Work Done by Licensed Em
reached Fairfield
treat.In that night with no

the course of our wanderings we II further accident or loss than our din- balmeis and Fully Guaranteed
ran up to George Tyler's place, wherewe ners.-Southern Baptist. ATHIS
inspected the Hermitage Dairy, WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS
We have the prettiest and most
found it up-to-date in particular, DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy I II
every I complete line of oak and mahogany The Iron Mountain Route has now oil men are in our midst and Don't forgetSf'

sampled its product-the return of 45 library tables ever shown In Ocala. local applications, as they cannot. on sale very lew rate tickets to Hot I care making preparations to go to bor- Graham Crackers

splendid cows, sleek and fat and giv- I A big shipment has just arrived. You reach the diseased portion of the ear., Springs, Ark. Tickets can be bought ing for oil right away. They feel con-

ing milk the equal in quality and are cordially invited to inspect them. There is only one way to cure deaf-. on certain days during July, August fident that they will strike it near Butter Thin Biscuit <

richness to any in the land. It was I Mclver & MacKay : ness and that is by constitutional rem and September one fare plus two Crystal River. Let the good work go I -

truly fluid for the gods, for did we not edies. Deafness is caused- bv an in-. dollars for the round trip. Write for merrily on.-Crystal River New I Social Tea Biscuit '- .

irrigate our esophagus to the extentof literature of hotels etc.I. .
CONTRACTING AND BUILDINGIf I flamed condition of the mucous liningof descriptive I II I r
three pints, and our only regret was j the Eustachian Tube. When this E. Rehlander, T. P. A. Miss Adah Bennett, in company with Lemon Snaps

that our irrigating ditches were not tube is inflamed have rumbling Chattanooga, Tenn.
you are going to build anything, \ you a Mrs. Edwards of Ocala, left on Monday -
longer and our storage dam less lim
sound or imperfect healing, and whenit
from a cedar clothes chest to a fine morning last for an extended trip
ited. We not only drank our till of is entirely closed Deafness is the DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
residence or a brick block don't fail out West. She will visit Colorado,
milk, but nothing would do but to I
to see or write for estimates to t. Mc-I result, and unless the inflammationcasn Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Utah, Nevada, Idaho and will take in 1

take a jar of his unequalled butter- Nealy, the contractor and builder be taken out and this tube restored limey and Tar as a throat and lung the great Lewis and Clark Centennial ; ,
milk, a genuine tonic and health restorer
"The Man Who Doesn't Wait." No to its normal condition hearingwill remedy, and on account of the great at Portland, Ore.. before she returns, i
while the pound of butter we
12, Fort King avenue, Ocala Fla. be destroyed forever. Nine cases merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Crystal River News.DEVOURED .
carried with us Is a constant reminder out of ten are caused by Catarrh, I
and Tar many imitations are offered -
that we have Mohawk Valley and I which is
nothing but an inflamed condition -
for the Ask for
genuine. Foley'sHoney
BY -------
Elgin dairy on our table. It's good LEARN TELEGRAPHY I I of the mucous surfaces. WORMSt..
and Tar and refuse any substitute -
enough for us and we do think along AND R. R. ACCOUNTING We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor Children often cry, not from pain,
offered, as no other
the palatable line nothing is too good any case of Deafness (caused by but from hunger, although fed abund !
- satisfaction.It .
tion will give the same
for us. George Tyler is all right, and $50 to ,$500 a month salary assur- catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's antly. The entire trouble arises from :
is mildly laxative. It contains no
so is his dairy. If you doubt our word, ed our graduates under bond. Our six Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. inanition, their food is not assimilated,I WATCHES OF WORTH
fpintfs and is safest for children and
inspect it and sample its product, as schools the largest in America and endorsed J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.. delicate persons. Sold by the Post- but 'devoured by worms.A .

we did. I by all railroads. Write for cat Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's few doses of White's Cream Ver-
office Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
We also came across the home of alogue. More School of Telegraphy Family Pills for constipation. mifuge will cause them to cease crying

Adam Burley, a darkey, who says he Cincinnati O.. Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta Hamilton county's census enumerator and begin to thrive at. once, very

is 96 years of age, whose former master Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Texarkana Tex., WEATHER FORECAST has found a negro woman, Pris- much to the surprise and joy of the In choosing such & constant companion as a watch, ore should b. careful
was Mr. David Hope" who came, San Francisco, Cal. mother. Sold by all druggists.
Washington, Sept. 12.-occasional cilla Hays, who is 109 years old. She to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch
to Florida and located at Brooksville I
showers and thunder storms tonightand was born in "Old Virginny" in 1796 sold. V '*"=
before the Adam Is Stetson University DeLand -
war Burley an CREAMERY BUTTER opens
Wednesday." Her age does? up 'Uncle" Roberts of .
intelligent old darkey, who is full of its doors <:*n September 27. There Is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment af
25 CENTS A POUNDThe Fish Pond, this ('oun)", by several
interesting, reminiscences He was a years. reliable movements and fine cases than: you may choose from here. Our guarantee : M '
teamster for the Confederate govern- ABSCESS Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen
Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- goes with every ors of course. V
ment during the civil war transporting ABSCESSES, with few exceptionsare I Years
stantly on hand, receiving a fresh supply i inicative of debil- THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO of Suffering"I We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watches-botn
produce from Brooksville to Lake constipation or
every two days, delicious, pure, I Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey .
watch chair
men's and women's. We and fully recommend Simmons' *-
Adam said he I carry
City. had been married
had been troubled with lame back
Georgia creamerbutter, 25 cents ity.W.
per Grove Texas, nearly met his Water-
five times has 29 H. Harrison Cleveland, Miss., the best known high filled chains made.
children, can remem- for fifteen years and I found a com- quality, gold
I pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. loo from Liver and Kidney trouble. In
ber the falling of the stars, and is certain writes, Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to say a plete recovery in the use of Chamber- tf
a recent letter, he says: "I was nearly
he Is as old as he claims, for he I word of praise: for Ballard's Snow Liniment lain's Pain Balm," says John G. Bisher,
dead of these complaints, and althoughI
has heard the "rattlesnakes crow"' I stepped on a nail, which Gillam, Ind. This liniment is also with-
A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills tried my family doctor he did me
caused the cords in leg to
which no darkey can speak of as an my con- out an equal for sprains and bruises.
Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had and no good; so I got a 5c. bottle of your
tract an abscess to rise in
experience until he has passed the 90th my For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore.
milestone in his journey through life. kidney disease for many years and knee, and the doctor told me that 1 I great Electric Bitters, which cured me.I A. E. BURNETT
had been treated for consider them the best medicine on
by physicians
Adam is quite spry for his years, but would have a stiff leg, so one dayI DRESSERS AND WASHSTANDSWe
twelve had taken well known earth, and thank God who gave you
said that several years" ago while mak- years; a went to J. F. Lord's drugstore (whois
kidney! medicine and other remedies the knowledge to make them." Sold
now in Denver, Col). He recom-
ing a fence he lifted a very heavy rail have
a particularly fine clock of .
and to Dyspepsia,
that recommended but guaranteed cure -- -- -- -- ----- -- -- -
were got no
and "something Internally" mended a bottle of Snow Liniment. 1 I
gave way
odd dressers and washstands in all
rultf until I began using Foley's Kidney Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the
got a 50c. size and it cured leg. It
and since then he has been gradually my
prices, styles and woods. See the line
Cure. The first half bottle relieved Is the best liniment in the world." Sold Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
losing strength and endurance, and before buying elsewhere. J. E. BANKSTON.
me, and four bottles have cured me by all druggists.
said he was surely coming to the end PICTURE MOULDINGSWe Mclver & MacKay.
of this terrible disease. Before I began -
of his journey. He said the world and
taking Foley's Kidney Cure I had have just added a big shipmentto
its people had been good to him. He WALL PAPER BEST
to make water about every fifteen an already large line of picture FOR CHILDREN Dealer in
takes a great interest in raising chickens I
minutes, day and night, and passed a frame mouldings, making our stock Mothers, be careful of the health of
and is quite successful, and with brick-dust substance, and sometimes a I If you wish wrk done In the wall pa- of these goods the handsomest and your children. Look out for Coughs,

his borne devoted him twelve wife, the children fifth, who managesto has slimy substance. I believe I would per line let us send our man with sam- I best in the country. Hundreds of different Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. lli'.l' ;?a h ilmW'JlP; I i L! 1I j!<4 i1'J J> :lll!

have died if I had not taken Foley's ples for your Inspection. I sizes, designs and finishes. Stop them in time-One Minute Cough
exist on his ten acre farm, whichhe 1
Kidney Cure." Sold by the Postoffice DITTO & MALONEY. :McIver & MacKay. Cure is the best remedy. Harmless and
Pyles bought, some years ago from Mr. Drugstore, Ocala Fla. I pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold I Ir $lIID. !ls P oil J3a 1.Y J 'b1e1l

by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
How refreshing it is to get out with .

nature, come in contact with some of FOR RENT-Octobt-r 1, the building _.rp ;;;J_h 11"i1h_!_ _;;; B_ntil I lP-p'tln. __ _V\'I...
known as Smoak's carriage works- ouR BUYER I ISI I NUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS !
.... her simple children and renew one's
one of the most desirable buildings and Everything is in the name when it
years by hearing others recount theirs.
location for general blacksmith and IN NEW YORK omes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
Sunday schools and churches are great
wagon works. T. H. Wallis, 116, S. 2nd I DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discoveredsome
good institutions, but nature wor- NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS.
how* to make salve
years ago a
shDx if done In the unselfish spirit of
the CH tor, is good, too. So let us, Selecting the Finest Line of Fall and from Witch Hazel that is a specific for SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US,
Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and
now and T,14 go Into the byways and Monatee county shipped its first car
\ protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
among the towing pines and oaks of oranges Saturday. It came from I
and draw Winter Dry Goods Dress Fabrics etc. bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's
Parish, and
t inspiract4 for better and was shipped by McLean & ,
Purer thought, purpocta kind ideals, Son. Another car goes forward today. ( Salve has no equal. This has given

The issue of the Wildwo.y--............"wa of Isn't the so fruit early rather? green to be forwarded that Ocala has ever seen. I rise feits. to Ask numerous for DeWitt's worthless-the'Counter-genuine. Phone No. M i. Stalls 11 and 13, City Market.

September 8 is on our talM, and'- Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
,a: full of interesting local news. Bart ,1 AN OLD IDEA I
Corney, who for some years presided''V WAIT FOR THEIR ARRIVAL S, A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS ---,

f most acceptably over the job department Shown
to be Absolutely False by
"' of the :Star office, and who I u Modern Science I Seaboard operates Buffet Parlor
-- one of the best all round newspaper I Cars between Ocala and Tampa on J. R. MARTIN & cq.GENERAL
People nee, .
) to think that baldnesswas
pen of the state now has charge ofper one of"those BOSTON STORE. I trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. m.,

and is making a sparkling lo- handed down from things which are I daily, and between Ocala and Jacksonville -
generation to
gen- on train leaving at 1:20
t of it. We Knew Corley couldhe eration, from ucaia
has done It. The father to son-just likeA p. m. daily.A .
hog family heirloom.v_. I LIVERYMEN
to have the floor orI. Science has shown '
the falseness of
I. fleas and all. It this belief by proving that baldness itself -

of the razor- Is not a constitutional NEV.Tprigtit
disease, but I cold or cough nearly always pro-
Teets and the result of a germ invasion
\a of which duces constipation-the water all runs Fine e Carriages, Buggies and Traps
a only Herpicide t
can effectually rid the Ito I the and throat instead of j
eyes nose
scalp. : Piat10 Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle! Horses etc.
: I
passing out of the system through the
"ashing only cleans the
". scalp of i I liver and kidneys. For the want of

It doesn't he cause kill, the germs. ; 1 moisture the bowels become dry and FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

you remove- ,the. 1' $ 39LICMI&MUSIC ; hard. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and

I Tar is the original Laxative Cough
will do this indelightful "
?yrup. It meets and corrects the

; above conditions by acting as a pleasant and Mules for Sale. Horses

i, cathartic on the bowels: -expels
CO. Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
I all colds from the system and cures all

coughs, croup, whooping cough, la-

grippe, bronchitis, etc. Sold by the
l1EV+a.Exs. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore J. R. MARTIN & CO. : *











meet this evening.

''4 Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. The ... HERBERT A. FORD, President "' ,

\ GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. '. '

) Delicious fresh candles at Troxler's. F. WATSON Cashier -
Dunlap $5.00 He Supplies the Proof of His Assertion

Good Quality every time at the Fair.

_ \4 Odd Fellows meet this evening.: Ralston $4.00 ShoesCOME I And that from the editorial columns of

/ A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- Fcllowcraft $3.50 the home paper which is a strong pro- CENTRAL NTIUNAL BANK

dings & Co. hibition organ but speaks the truth. .

e'en though it hurts, and is not fa-
E. J. Jones of Lakeland is at the
i vorable to its cause.

Montezuma. IN AND SEE THEM The following extract is from a letterto OF OCALA.

At Rhainauers, Hammocks from an Ocala business man from Mayor .. ,.

1.50 to .$15- Fred P. Hamill of Temple Texas:

..1., Mr. J. D. Pope returned from Rochelle "I presume that you have receivedmy ,. .

: today HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY letter to Prof. Carn ere this, and J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

,I in confirmation of my letters I enclose Directors GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER. \
Y"'- I you a paper, edited by the most rabidr'hibitionlst r HERBERT A. '
', : Mr. B.-'V. Blount cam: up this mornIng I : FORD.
in Bell count This .
from Tam' .r.n. R. S. HALL.
-- : t :
I will i show you that Mr. Hill has lied.I I
Tulula! Lodge, No.
i> Lowney'a Candies, received fresh by NOTICE OF SESSION "' Y I I want you to show this to Prof. Cam,

at Taylor's. I, %!, I. O. O. F., that he may see what kind of a liar
express 1 .
) Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent and -a--, ...... meets every Tues- he is asking the people of your countyto INSURANCE AGENTS MEET i

Mrs. Perdue day evening in Yonge's HalLJ. believe. I also enclose a letter from
returned today from a I Protective Order of Elks
H. Spencer, N G. The annual convention of the agentsof
visit to Lake City. someone in your county asking me to
I Regular sessionson Royal Cole Secreta!')'. answer Hill, so publish letter. the Equitable Life Assurance Company The StoreON

2nd and 4thl is in session in :New York City. Variety
"Yours, Fred P. Hamill.
George Hillyt. Jr, of Atlanta, is at
Tuesdays in each Miss Carrie Miller, daughter of Col.L. Our Robert Stripling is present.'
the Ocala House.
The illegal sale of whiskey In Tem-
I month. Visiting P. Miller, the up-to-date farmer,
ple goes on as in the days of old. Vio-
left for Ga., where Welch's Juice on hand
brothers cordially today Milledgeville grape always
W. O. Conant of Jacksonville is at lations of any law should call down
Invited.S. she will attend school. Colonel Miller for family trade at the Postoffice
the Montezuma. the righteous indignation of the peopleto
T. Sistrunk, brought the young lady in town this Drugstore.Mr. .
an extent equal to any demand required -
Exalted Ruler. from his and she
I plantation
Miss Mary Piatt is confined to her to execute the law. If those
David S. Williams Secretary. passed the day at the Club House. the Robert Munroe, the turpentine NEXT
room with fever. MONDAY SEPT. 18 05We
I who claim to be law abiding and in
,' guest of Miss Leila Barnes. operator east of Anthony, was in town ,
favor of executing the laws were halfas .
Among the Anthony people in town Monday.Mr.
Mr. John T. Lewis of Moss:; Bluff
was in town today.A I Monday were Mrs. Howell Mrs. Shea- Mrs. John W. Pearson returned Monday enthusiastic as they are who live .

r ley and County Commissioner C. W. afternoon from a two months' visitto by breaching there would be no ques- A P. Stuckey, vice president of
tion about the effect on public morals. the G. & G., was a business visitor in Will Sell
% library vote with :5c. I Turner. her daughter Mrs. Pearl Wright, atMr.

purchase at TroxWs. every ,),. .'r..oe. .'fA. "'. The man that is so good that he shutsup Ocala Monday.
: like clam when he knows
Buy an alconol stove for 7Sc. at thePustrifflce a any-
thing .is worse than a breacher.-From Limeades from fresh limes. Drink
for making tea.
Drugstore, '
Gents' Patent Elastic Seam Drawers and Mrs. J. D. Robertson are at
the Editorial: column of the TempleTex. freely and won't get bilious. AtTroxler's.
Heats you
39c. at the Fair. coffee, or any light cooking. home from their trip to the Portland Tnunks at Low Prices
and costs % ( .) Times. .
water in a Jiffy, only c. an Fair.! They had a pleasant time. I
Cannon next door to Captain Poos- nour to burn. Mayor Hamill is not afraid to speak
out in meeting, and says nothing which J. M. Meffert of Lowell and W. E.
er's, can repair your gun.J. Are you Interested in photography?
he does not back up with the proofs. Brown of Leroy dined at the Montezuma -
The following persons invaded Ocala Do you enjoy tha many pleasures that
I today.
R. Allison of Abbeville, Ga., is a I this morning from the Moss Bluff sec- come from the use of a little kodak?
guest of the Moiitezum.i. I lion Jack Snell HilHard Ulysses and I Let us do your developing and printingfor For detective
a private phone No. 198,
I Dan Origgs George Bryant T. and H.j you. We will do it reasonably, I FREE OF CHARGE
I or address Detective McEthrldge
At Rheinauer's, Caihing Suits for j j, filers and Jack Hudnell. It is a case much less than you have been pay- Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. Ocala, Fla.T. .

ladies, men and:! boys. j I of assault but the case was postponed ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester Combination Trunks -

: i iMrs. by the county Judge. 8-i Wenona street, or Ocala News Com-
AN OPPORTUNITYAll M. Harp, a turpentine operator at
Julius Israel of Atlanta is visiting pany.
Spring Park, was in town last night
friends in Ocala. If you want an iron bed you wouldI I
persons in our city, whose time He reposed at the Montezuma.
I well to see those at Mclver & Mac- The, Star regrets to hear of the ill- i
for reading is limited by reason of daily i' 26 inch Regular Price $J.25 for. ______ $f 09
---- -----
Mr. Mann, the York merchant, was I/1\a8.: They have just placed a solid ness of Charley Fishel and Mrs M.

on our streets today. I carload in the store, containing about Rubin both suffering from dengue fever. work, are invited to spend their even- "TED-Good boy to milk cows

I fifty different styles. We. trust they will have a speedy cial ings at the Epworth Reading and So- and drive delivery wagon. Box 93, 28 inch, Regular Price $1.50, for..-_ ____________$f 2f
Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30 Gainesville Fla.J. .
..Mr.. Isaac Raw Is. fi ,m Little Lake I rt'l'OVt'ry.I .
to 10 p. m. The rooms are free to the
V *lr, was in town today. Xw Claude Gates after an absence ofseveral .

.r I months in Tampa. returned I Don't forget, if you want to feel at I general public. I W. Wall, a Jacksonville policeman, 30 inch, Regular Price $..75fot---------t 54

C. Vertreesjc of Palatka is a i home last night. He wishes it distinctly 11 home in a hotel to stop with Colonel who has been visiting friends in the N

guest ofth Ocala House. I understood that he did not Shipman of the Montezuma where SCHOOL OPENING Blitchton section, was in town todayon
you 32 inch Price $2.00 for $J
----1"- Regular =---_ ____ ______ .74
commit matrimony while in the big will find a lot of jolly fellows to welcome l. his way home. He is a heavyweightand

:Mr. Clarence&unp went to Dunnel: town on the Gulf, and is still "heart I you and who try to make it Miss Sharpe's school will reopen tips the scales at :218 pounds.

Ion on business yesterday.M. whole and fancy free," but he: did say pleasant and homelike. Monday. October 2, 1905 at the same

that Sam Puuser is sure married, and I rams, 135 S. Second street. .A.\TED-Positlon\ as bookkeeperor #

M. Foster of Darlington, S. C., has the prettiest kind of a little wife. Mrs. Joseph Shuford, who spent the Departments as usual-Kindergar- assistant bookkeeper. Best of ref Canvas Covered Trunks

is a guest of the Montezuma.Mr. ten, Primary and Preparatory.For erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ad-
summer at her old home in North Carolina -
Two sizes of those famous Nashville further information address dress "Star," Ocala, Fla.
and with her son, John, at Asheville -
Emini.sor. an excellent citizen of ranges, "The Princess have Just been Miss) Annie M. Sharpe, 32 S. FourthSt.
N. C., is expected home the first (Without Straps)
Sparr, was in the city today. I} received. This fine range (and there !Is ., Ocala Florida. Mr. C. E. Melton, a prominent lumber ,
of next week. Her son will accompanyher "'-
j none better) !is 25 per cent. cheaper man from Micanopy," passed thro' V
and take a position with Mr. J. A.o
Robert hey and J. W. Holmes of than any other range of Its value. The I OCALA HOUSE CAFE Ocala yesterday! en route to Higlty,
I Campbell, the efficient manager of the i
inch Price $2.50 for$2 09
Atlanta are at the Montezuma.Miss Ocala Furniture Company. Ocala water works. Opposite A. C. 1... passenger depot, !snow where he will Inspect a tract of round Regular ,
I open, under new management and timber.

Allie Epperson of Williston Is IIi,ry C. Gates has been the victimof first class in every respect. A la carteor 32 inch Regular Price $3.00 for ______$4 49
Do suffer with asthma ----
you or --
Visiting Mrs. Arthur Masters. rheumatism for several weeks, but ca-I meals to regular boarders, $6 We carry at all times a big stockof
I trrrh? Then use Adam's Cure. all *
of the famous
is now out again. week heights American
through the months.
Revenue Collector W. L. Gale of 50c.\ Satisfaction guaranteed. For I G. R. Troxler summer, Proprietor I close mesh wire fencing. Write for 36 inch, Regular Price $3.75, for----------------$2 99
sale & Co.
When ready for fall painting by Tydings circulars
Lakeland is at the Montezuma :your and prices on quantities. Ma-

I be sure to see us and get our priceson t rion Hardware Company

Alf Proctor, the I
sawmill man, was in town today. I save you money and give you the very West Coast's best known naval stores You can get the Cosmopolitan raga-I Mr. F. E. Scanlon of the Siver

best goods obtainable.: Marion Hardware operators is at the Montezuma. zine and the Weekly Star one year I Springs Lumber Company, was in the Canvas Covered Trunks

Tom Mitchell I a merchant: of Belle-: Company.J. for $1.50, and the Cosmopoliton one I city today.'Stoves .
I Nunnally's candies, fresh week, I }ear and the Dail St, throe th
view merchant was in town today every } ar OU''''''' mon s

W. Jackson and wife and J. D. by express, and only 60c. per pound. I for Jl-5.; Cash In advance in each and ranges, and blue flameoil With( Straps)

PASTURE WANTED-For five dry Jackson of Newberry are registered at You don't have to pay for the namein case. stoves, all sizes and prices. Call

cows and two horses. E. C. Smith. the Montezuma. buying these goods and there is no and look; the stock over. Marion Hardware -

better candy sold In this market. Sold BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4000 Company 28 inch, Regular Price $3.75for$2 90 ,

WANTED-To rent in not floors with good !and recommended by the Postoffice
a cottage, I Why cover your i If taken soon, we have for sale a -
good location. Apply at Star office.J. matting? That's the only kind we I II iI Drugstore. brick block, three Mr. and Mrs. Chas. V. Miller left
I 34 inch Price $5,00 fot $3 99
I Regular ------______ .
have. Ocala Furniture Company. I large hall, six offices above, on very i yesterday for Clay Springs, where they
Mrs. J. W. Sanders and children will
A. Pittman the furniture man, Is reasonable terms. A fine Investment; will spend several weeks with JudgeW.

at Inverness looking after his grove. J. "'. Shaw, a turpentine operator move back to Ocala from Early Birdas will pay 15 per cent. or more. If interested S. Bullock and family for the ben-

uf the Standard section with his wife, soon as school opens and occupy Inquire cf Ditto & Maloney, efit of Mr. Miller's health.
through Ocala on their residence on South Third street.
passed yesterday
We are headquarters for fancy box- Ocala Fla.
his to Umatilla, where he will Do wish to home
way operate you purchase a or
caper, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. An earnest invitation is extended to
They did considerable shopping are you looking for an investment? If
We are exclusive agents for Elwood
in town. all strangers and visitors who chanceto so. let us tell you about our bargains.
Thrt'eIta lialls came in today on be in the city to make themselvesat wire field fencing Always In stock. DITTO & MALONEY. .

the A. C. L., and went to Jacksonville.Mrs. I home In the Epworth Reading and Ask for prices. Marion Hardware -
Have you seen those little alcohol
Social Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30to Company. A number of the young gentlemen of
stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just
II 30 m. Rooms Gro- the town tendered Miss Florence Mellon -
Northey, the dressmaker has the thing for these hot days, and cheap p. over Teapot
cejy. Dr. Thomas' Uncooked Wheat Bis-I 11 of Tampa and Dr. Guy Ayer of Atlanta -
for health.
to White her
gone Springs too. Costs you 75c. for the stove and
I cuit will cure any case of stomach or I a straw ride to the Springs last
:2c.! an hour to run It.
At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of Judge Bell went down to Dunnellon l.ver trouble or indigestion. Eat a I nights. The party was chaperoned by n

Bureau, Saratoga and Steamer Trunk;. Col. J. H. Livingston made his nut again today on I legal 1 business. Yes- small biscuit three times a day and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masters. They Is Your Bathroom Modern ?

shipment of the season today of his tr-rday he took testimony in a colored you will soon be well and strong and had a lovely time.WANTEDA wo

Mrs W. H. Mc-Rainey of Wildwaad soap. berries to the Jacksonville chem divorce 'as e. rapidly gain In flesh. For sale by Ty You cannot have too many safeguards for the health soQP'yy

was a guest of the Montezuma. )'estt'rda ist. dings & Co. : hustler for local agent of family and self: especially the growing children. ,

). i We have just received another car- for the American Life Insurance C:>. Bad '
or antique plumb- :
BOY WANTED boy who is not load of hay presses of different sizes, Salary and commission. Apply to J. the
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- both portable and stationary. Marion R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK F. Hooper district manager Ocala, ing 13 as dangerous to
going to school, and who will stick to
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com Hardware health as good or
the business is wanted at the Star of- Company. Ha. tf. .
pany. FULLER & BLALOCK plumbing j is beneficial.
fice. Apply at once. -
Justice Bullock II 1 The cost of renewing
disposed of two cases your
Miss Mabel Sanders. the talented
W O. Belleair of Ja 'ks"Il'mewas .
of DENTAL SURGEONS a' bathroom with Studs,(
fighting today Maggie Williams and
in town today, a guest of the Ocala Ed P. Pittman leaves Saturday for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert San- 1
House. Indian Springs to see Mrs. P., and to Date Woodward-$10 and costs or 60 I ders of Dunnellon, has gone to Macon Ware will in reality be

, accompany her home. days on the hard road. Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bank I Ga.. to enter the famous Wesleyan! Fe- "Y -health assurance. 6

This is kodak weather. We sell ko -- OCALA, FLA. male College. We have samples in '
Just received at the Ccala News Co., FOR SALE-Steam cane mill, including "u "* f
daks and kodak things. The Postoffice va. our show rooms and will
Drugstore a choice lot af fire-proof bowls and evaporator. Never been used. Terms Cash. The finest and most complete stock T '..
Cash price $225.: : Address, W. L. Low- Madly note ) w prices. ;,:::.0
earthenware of ell kinds. Call and see of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn ,-- .
it. rey, Homosassa, Fla. the city, at Tydings and Company.Rev. .
Mr. W. A Allen of Oklawaha and
Clarence Smith of Weir Park were in J. E.CHACEDENTAL
town today. Mrs. ('harl :; T. Gibson and childrenwere At the examination for teachers last W. C. Lindsay will bring his

in Ocala week there were 31 colored and 14 family home from Lake Weir Thurs
>'t''terlla'isiting Cap- I 1

Mr. James Holder of Citronelle. a I'I tain Hatton Howard, whose conditionis white registered. SURGEONOffice day. I.

well known naval stores operator, wasIn growing gradually worse.
town today. Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the Upstairs, Commercial Bani Bld'gOCALA D. M. Boney, the eyesight specialist, ,

scalp clean If used according to direc I will make free examination of your '.' < I

RE D THIS; tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice : FLA. eyes from now until the 17th of Sep- i
W. E. Sine lair came up from Can- flLIBRARY COUPON .
Drugstore.A tember. All work guaranteed. Opti- VOTING .
dler today, where he visited his fine ,
Pryor, Tenn., June 1, 190L Terms Cash. -
cal parlors upstairs in Gary building. for In-
votes that can be cut any
orangegrow' This entitles the holder to two
Dr. E. W. Hall. St Louis, Mo.-Dear
card dated September 4, was received properly filled out, signed and n- \ -
stitution competing for the library, ,.
I sir: I have suffered several years from today from Dr. D. M. Smith, who Albert Maroon, colored, had a the stores 1
i DC participating.
Cannon, next door to Captain Poosfor's 1i\'e.1 I In
turned to the ballot boxes any .
and bladder trouble and have
kidney I racket with ,
is was then at Vancouver, B. C. He had ly his wife this .
implement warehouse
to-date repairer: of bicycles. an up- tried a number of preparations but just finished Urging the beauties and OCALAFDRNITDRECOPersonal He literally cleaned up and out everything Name of Institution.......... ........... ............ .......

can truthfully say that nothing has 'wonders of Y ow stone Park. Thegenial in the house and when thepoliman ,
proved so effective as your Texas :Name o/ Voter. ..................... ......................
doctor hating time. interfered he leaped a six- : \
Charcoal, egg coal and blacksmith'scoal a good
Wonder, which I can truthfully re- which Service Anywhere, Any Time, foot fence but he nabbed and
will now be kept in stock at all no one snore fully deserves.Captain was put EVENING S1AR.

times by Mclver & MacKay.At : commend. Geo. W. Claiborne. I and When >Needed up: a ?10 retainer.

Haskell of South Lake Weir

Rheinacer's the Latest Styles of A TEXAS WONDEROne returned" home today. The captain has The Question of Embalming and Funeral ALWAYS SUCCESSFULWhen

Ladies' Low Shoes, made by Utz &. mall, bottle of the Texas Wonder bt.ner)' sick for a month. We: hope Directing is a Delicate One -

Dunn and Wikart &. Gardiner. Hall's: Great Discovery, cures all for him a speedy recovery.A indigestion becomes chronic

kidney and bladder troubles removes Would not it be Best for You to Entrust it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J

W. L. Markham the cattle man of'' gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYSA. will cure indigestion and all troubles
i Romeo was in town today. Heil i! weak and lame backs, rheuma- o this Question to Those who Appreciate resulting therefrom thus preventing j UJM

gathering cattle to send to Cuba. tism and all irregularities of the kidneys J. Jennesse. 9201: Butler St., Chi- It's Delicacy, and Whose Know-i Catarrh of the Stomach. Dr. I

and bladder in both men and wo cago, writes: "I am a switchman and brough of League W. Va, says xew-1 1';

The purest anc finest toilet soaps. a men. Regulates oladder troubles in am out in all kinds of weather. I tooka edge is of the Highest Standard those suffering from indigestion or !:i RouaOCALA T "

arge stock of the best goods always children. If not sold by your druggist cold which settled in my kidneys sour stomach I would say there Is no//I y __

M hand. Tydings and Company. will be sent by mail on receipt of SI. I and I was in bad shape I tried several TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE better remedy than Kodol Dysp"a CJ _

One small bottle Is two months' treat- advertised remedies with no benefit PROMPT ATTENTION I Cure. I have prescribed it **r a number *

Colonel! Hazzard. the active representative ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. 'I until I was recommended to try I of my patients wi* good success"

of the Tampa Tribune after Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer. P. Fcley's Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds of Day Phone Ko. 10. Kight 9 94 and 161 Kodol Dyspeps Cure digests what

working our town in the interest of his 0, box 629, St. Louis, ifo. Send for I a bottle cured me." Sold by the Post- you eat a*** makes the stomach sw

paper, left or points further south. testimonials. SoU by all druggist office Drugstore Ocala, Fla. SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla. I Sold w the Anti-Monopoly D AYE

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BARGAIN TIME Wild Race"of An Automobile Against DEPARTMENTRev. f

Time and An Express Train I I i 0 $

New York Sept. 12.-A story of an i I i J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.

exciting ride of 240 miles-from Paristo

AT Cherbourg in ai> open automobilein
I Make your purchases: now at the
a driving rainstorm to reach the The Cod Liver Oil ZmuKoa "Par E.r.r e tee"for '
steamer St. Louis before she sailed .Coughs,Cold, Influenza, Bronchitii. La Grip, Ocala Bazar.
i i 'I
and to beat a train was told yesterday Sort Throat and Lungs, Catarrh Pneumonia, | James Masie. who has been quite
Ocala Steam i CoMumption and all Pulmonary Diie ei. All'!iI ,
The' Laundry by Mrs. J. M. R. Dillon, wife of the sick, is convalescent
Droreisti,two saes: .50c.and$1. j
state entomologist of Louisiana who. I
with her husband and mother, "lrB. i TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL I Rev. Edward Sabie and wife who

L. H. Linter. arrived from Cherbourgon to all lending name and address to have been quite ill are improving-

the St. Louis. I OZOMULSION CO. 93 Pine Street New York i 1 .
Fi ne assort ed t hand e 5
6'41. UU
Mrs. Dillon saad her husband had'I I 10 cent counters at the Bazar. FOR RHEUMATISM, CUTS,SPRAINS,
I left Paris on the first section of the A SURE CURE
SEE OUR RED LIST train for Cherbourg and that she and Give the Marion House a call. First IONS CALLS, BRUISES, CONTRACTED .

her mother missed the second section. .FROM OCALA VIA class board, lodging, etc, at I living MUSCLES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, FROSTED FEET
No other train could catch the steamer ATLANTIC COAST LINE rates. URNS, SCALDS, ETC.

and the railroad officials declared \ AN ANTISEPTIC
I that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -
that her request for a special train J23.7S Richmond: Va., and Return-! Miss Mary A. Green is convalescent, and drives out Pain.

was preposterous.In Tickets sold September 10, 11 and and will soon resume her duties at the
W. P. EDWARDS haste Mrs. Dillon hunted for the 12, limited to return to September I S. A. L. PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro-

manager of an automobile garage who 25. Side trips will also be sold from:i motes a free circulation of the Bloc, giving the Muscles natural

would undertake to make the run to Richmond to all points south at rate Chapman's restaurant is the place to elasticity.

Cherbourg in an automobile, and of one fare plus :25: cents for the! get good meals and lunches. Oppositethe
SUCCESSOR TO EDWARDS BROS. steam laundry.Rev. .
round trip.
found one who accepted $200 and a I

guarantee against loss or accident for $30.95-Philadelphia, Pa., and Return. X. C. Livingston will soon have

Dealer in Florida and Western Beef the trip.It Tickets s ld September 13, 14 and I his house near Zion M. E. church. CURED OF PARALYSISW.

,, was raining hard when the auto 15;;, via all rail, and for steamer sail- ready for occupancy.The .
S. P. O. True Texas, writes: "My
mobile started. Mrs. Dillon and her ing September 13, at 5 p. m., and Bailey,
Pork and Mutton. .1 wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in
mother were spattered with flying mud 16th at 6 p. m., via Savannah and mercantile business of George Ballard's
her arm, when I was persuaded to use
and the rain beat into their faces so M. & M. T. Co. Final limit September Giles is steadily growing. He has a Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I

All Kinds of Meats and Country Produce that they could hardly breathe. 30. but extension may be obtained full stock of fresh goods. have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin

Forty miles from Paris the machine I until October 5 by payment of fee, eruptions. It does the work."
We are expecting you to fill your
Bought and Sold. killed two dogs that were fighting in of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia.) promises this week. You said you BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS USED
the street and later ser.t a peasant and I $31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES:
would. anJOU must have meant to be
his cart flying into the gutter, but the $34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. truthful. THREE SIZES : 25c, 50c and $1.00
TELEPHONE NO. 108 CITY MARKET!, automobile covered the distance in five I
$42.10-Washington, D. C. Ticketsets BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .
hours and twenty minutes, at the rate Keep in memory the New Drugstore.
Free I sold daily, good until October 31. LOUIS U. S. A.
Delivery.Restaurant. miles hour. It beat
of forty-five an Perfumery stationery, toilet articles.
_' I the train by twenty minutes and ) $51.15-Chicago. III-Tickets on sale i cigars, etc., are constantly kept on I
---------- -- --- --- -- -- -- Irs.\\ until October 31. i
Dillon caught the steamer. daily good hand.
$34.75-Eldoraao, Mo. Tickets sold on I SOLD *RECOMMENDED'' BY ALL DRUGGI:, .

I THRtE JURORS CUREDOf first and third Tuesdays of Augustand 'For eonuortable lodging and good I'
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II September, final limit sixty days meals call at th? Mack House. Terms I

I Cholera Morbus With One Small from date of sale, not later than October -I very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack I

I Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- 31.$85.90Portland. proprietress. I
I era and Diarrhoea RemedyMr. Oregon Seattle, I Mrs. D. W. Goodwin returned from !

Washington Tacoma* Washington,I Droksville Sunday where she spent ai i iI
G. W. Fowler of Hightower.
I 1 Bellingham Washington Everett,I very pleasant week, visiting relatives
relates an experience he had while I
Washington, Victoria. B. C., VanCouver and friends.
serving on a petit jury in a murd i
B. C. Going via any direct route,
case at Edwardsville. county seat of Mrs. Jane Thomas the wife of Henry I II
.%; First Class Meals : returning via same or any other direct -CONNECTIONS-
Clebourne county Alabama. lie says: route. Tickets on sale daily to Thomas died this morning. She will
"While there I ate some fresh meat September 30. inclusive. I be buried tomorrow. She was sick TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond
and some souse meat and it gave me I only one week.If All Rail and Washington thence via Penrsylvania Ry.
86.20 To San Francisco: -and Los
cholera morbus in a very severe form.I .
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES I was never more sick in my life and Angeles, California. Tickets on sale! you lose your game in trapping. 10 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & '.fashville and Dixie

II sent to the drugstore for a certain I at intervals in months of July, Au- change the bait, move the trap, or give Flyer route via Atlanta.

I cholera mixture, but the druggist sent gust and September. up hunting. So says a successful
I 10 THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand
Dining Room open until midnight. Personal me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Tickets on Sale Dally, Good to Return hunter. Read between the lines.
I Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to :New York Washington,
attention given to special orders, anythingthe Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Instead October: 31 Covenant Baptist church members Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
that he had what I sent
market offers prepared for the table on for, but saying this medicine was so much $51.31-Asbury. Park, N. J. rejoice in the accession of two persons Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhUadtlSteamship -

$49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. to the membership Sunday night. phia.
short notice. better that he would rather send it to

me in the fix I was in. I took one dose $52.55-Chautauqua, N. Y. The meeting continues. KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pemnsuiar ana Occidental Steamship Co.

Dumb Waiter ,Connects With Bar of it and was better in five minutes. $62.20-Halifax, N. S. Quite a lively spiritual time- is being- Route of the celebrated trains. New York .nd Florida Special, Florida

The second dose cured me entirely. $42.35-Hot Springs, Va. II had at the revival meeting at Zion M. I I IE. and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited anSJ ixie Flyer."
Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. Two fellow jurors were afflicted in Y. church. Two conversions are a
$54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Quickest schedules superior service. For Information as to rat 9. e 4
Special Price to Regular Boarders tle the cured same the manner three and of" For small sale bot-by $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. \ported. and the meeting continues. re-I ales, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. Ilartsell' P.

the Postoffice Drugstore. Summer Tourist Rates are on sale Miss Abbigail Mitchell of Shady I A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson, T. :M., Wilmington N. C

I II to all Summer Resorts. I Grove the sister of Mrs. A. Gunn, met I I

THE CARMiCHAEL & SON GO DASHED TO DEATH For further information call uponor with a sad accident in the breaking of i i

write to her arm last evening. \\sympathize.. j ,.
I : -- -- --- : _.:__: : --.:' ::: ; ,; '.
I New York "L" Railway Car Fell From J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber
I the Track: to the Street-Eight C. T. A., D .T. A. Call at the Big Oak Tree market on 1'I
At McGrath'slStand( Killed and Many Wounded I Ocala, Florida.J. I West Broadway for your choice beef WE ARE OPENING UP

By the blunder of a switchman on I S. Ilartsell, D.- P. A., Tampa Fla. I pork sausage, fish etc. Vegetables in I .

the elevated road, at 53rd street and J I season. Satisfaction guaranteed. j I A NEW TERRITORY IN ARKANSASTHE
\ Jones and Thomas, managers.
North avenue Xew York City, Monday I
morning train was derailed and WHITE RIVER COUNTRY
II CHEAP RATESto The Woman's Baptist Home Mission I .
one car fell to the street. Eight pas-
and Educational Convention will meet !
sengers were killed and a large number A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Turpentine Operators at Ebenezer church at Brooksville on j
wounded. Several of the wounded -
I September 21. A great time is expected. I j Low rate tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON
have fractured skulls and will die
Mis. B. E. Ellis,

SPRAINSS. Bear this in mind: You can have and INDIAN TERRITORY the firbt: and third Tuesdays of
A. Reid, Cisco. Tex., writes :March your clippers ground at L. Green's each month up to and including December. HOMESEEKERS
11, 1901: "My: wrist was sprained so barber shop on his lightning clipper
tickets will also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA: COLOR-
badly by a fall that its as useless, and WEST giinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L. I

after using several remedies that failed Green: barber, West Broadway. ADO, IDAHO MONTANA\ NEVADA, NEW MEXICO: and UTAH.

The Standard Naval Stores Company ol Jacksonville, I to give relief, used Ballard's Snow Howard Academy opens: Monday, I ESPECIALLY LOW HATES TO DENVER and return August
Liniment, and was cured. I earnestly DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
I i September 25. Every patron is urged j: 29 to September 3, Inclusive, account National Encampment G.
recommend it to anyone suffering from
Florida, Is now prepared to contract with independent sprains." Sold by all druggists. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis I to have the children ready to commence i A. R.
with the term. Great prepar-
producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin Railway ations are being made to make this |I COLONIST RATES to CALIFORNIA OREGON WASHINGTON -
-t4.7o-San Francisco: : Los Angeles, term exceed all others. I and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
and Spirits Tut tine delivered at either Jacksonville SWEETHEART; THEN SUICIDEDAt
pen Denver, Prescott: Salt Lake City. Write me if you want reliable information. Free literature
The Bee Hive is the place to get J

or Fernandina. Free storage, insurance or commission Frederick Md.. Sunday evening, $49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Missoula watches clocks and jewelry repaired. j' mailed s on request.Missouri .
I..e Weddie. aged 17. shot and severe- and Intermediate Points. Wire jewelry made to order. Dry
J charges. We are also prepared to make liberal ly wounded his sweetheart Nellie goods glassware etc., at special pric- I j Pacific Ry. I. E. REHLANDER,

Eichelberger, and her friend, Maud 55.10 Portland, Seattle, Tacoma: Van es. S S. Bellamp, superintendent. No. Inn Mountain Route.

advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank Davis then turned the pistol on him- couver: and Points in British Columbia. 20, West Broadway. Texas & Pacific: Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent,

self with fatal effect. The girl had .
cars-it will save you lots ol money. For farther in given him the mitten.INCREDIBLE ::. W. Walker l the world champion'I i International & Grt. Northern.
;"h av er an d h ass cu tt er, h as opens" d a ; Denver & Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
formation apply toSTANDARD BRUTALITY I i ton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, barber shop In Fred Powers' block. I
Nashville and St. Louis. Try his keen razors, hair clippers and !,

It would have been Incredible brutal- TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and scissors and be convinced of his superior ]i -- .

ity if Charles F. Lemberger of Syracuse evening. Through sleepers on night skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. R9.-1

NAVAL STORES CO. N. Y., had not done the best he I trains for :St. Louis and Chicago. zors and concaved In good shape. 1

could for his suffering son. "My boy," .
Tickets on sale September 15 to October A.i
We are pleased to see Mrs. A. THE SHORT LINE
he says, "cut a fearful gash over his I Ie'e :31, inclusive. ,
Jones, who has been away on a
i so I applied Bucklen's Arnica I .
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tion at home She I
Jacksonville Fla. Salve, which quickly healed it and
mountainous sections and on returning
saved his Good for burns and L.AIJEXANDERIPractical
eye. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Higginboth- I i Chocagu, Omaha St. Louis and Kansas 'ity is the .
ulcers, too. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly .1I
I r I
:am in Jacksonville, where !'hE.mft her
Drugstore. husband and was royally f'ntertalned.1

If You Need RUSSIANS CHEER CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Rev. J. E. A. Keeler preached an acceptable -

FOR ROOSEVELTThe sermon at Mt. Moriah Baptist i and connections. with through sleeping l ('are. One-Way Col-
estimates made on all contract church: Sunday morning to an appreciative -

Money, I Russian lines Manchuria I work. Gives more and better work congregation and visited Covenant I oni:>t Hate: on :sale from September 1.1; to October :31, 1905,
sa rang with cheers for America's president for the money than any other in town. Sunday school in the afternoon.
when it became known that i-I I __ ____ ____ __ nI i to California. Oregon. Wa:>hington. Montana. [tlh. etc.
Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP "11.1 Zion M\ E church at night. At the :
ff was assured. Well might the ,' I I !mer place he had the pleasure) of I Special Hound-trip Hates: to California and the l/wis? and
You can get the most liberal loans on your Diamonds ian battalions cheer: for the Rough I he.iring an aide sermon from Rev. S. '

Watches, Jewelry, Furniture Tools an i all Rider. He has done more for them I i I I I v THE rI aA A. Huger. P. E.. and was inspired by I Clark Exposition at Portland. Oregon until Septeiirfjer :'J8th.Ask .
l Kinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED than their "Little Father." I!I, its; y f"av, the excellent music from the choir. i for through rate from your station: and rt'1'lire literature.

j All Business Strictly: Confidential I STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS

M. RUBIN, Proprietor. you ever took DeWitt's Little Ear- I fop U. '\'. ELY. T. R A. .. F. VAN-HENS] : I + 0 j When your ship or health strikes the
14 North Magnolia :SU Ocala Florida lyly Risers; for biliousness or constipation I sp RAILWAY ,ti I
II I hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneu- 13 IVachtree Street.. Atlanta. Ga. \
you knuw what pill: pleasure is. 1 II
1I I monia. etc.. you are lost if you don'tget 1
These famous little pills cleanse the 't.
1j M I help from Dr. King's New Discovery -
liver and rid the system of all bile j The Great Eastern f
for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon

THE' ORIGINALThe without by the producing Anti-Monopoly unpleasant Drugstore.effects.Sold and Western Line !i of Talladega Springs. Ala., writes: "I BEYOND THE ROCKIES

i I :! had been very ill with Pneumonia, under -

1 idea of a Cough Syrup that will act tE""ED's I SUBSTANTIAL APPRECIATIONThe i, Across the Entire States oiILXA5 the fare of two doctors but was iI i-

on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling i I getting no better when I began takingDr. I I
J, -zar of Russia has ordered that Ki.-.g's New Discovery. The first i
colds from the system is new and originalin entail l. riiscnmin.iting!i duties against anumb..r i:; $ and lUUlSIAMI dose! gave relief and one bottle cured THE PORTLAND FAIR

Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE of articles of American manufacture I :; me." Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis -
be repealed.. This is in con- I I' coughs and colds Guaranteed -- -

' --- I?e.ju.Muv of President R x>*evelt's efforts NO TROUBLE TO \.\SER l'E'nuI :\ at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price

m bringing about peace.BEAUTIFUL I Direct Line to 50c. and fl. Trial bottle free.A DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?

-ce h&in. safe and harmless remedy for mac,

Coyhs,, Colds Croup, Whooping Cough, Plump cheeks flushed WOMEN with the soft I NORTH TEXAS CAR OF IRON BEDS I Not only the Pacific Northwest, revolving about a wonder-

Bronchitis, influenza and all! plow of health and a pure complexion I NEW: MeXICO We have just placed it our store fully unique and bizarre exposition, with a trip to Californiaan ..

;jl affections. Mothers HONEY make all women beautiful. Take a I ARIZONAand I a solid carload of iron beds among I the side, but a stop-over in Colorado en route. All these

orite Kennedy1 small dose of Herbine after each meal: I I which are over fifty different patternsto I noted sections of the country, which every good American intends -
it will prevent constipation and help select from. and many different ;
I | visit time le taken in this at the one
to some can
digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Wm.M. CALIFORNIA | prices This is the handsomest line of year

TARCHICAGO StrouJ, Midlothian, '1'-x. writes i: iron beds in Florida. Come in and i low rate announced for the Exposition.

may 31. 19ol: :. WKITK FOR NEW-BOOK '>F TEXAS. FRHi i look them over. Mclver & MacKay.We I

t AWe have used Herbine in our family -
; U. A.iOTTLZ. I for eght; years', and found it the I E. P. TURNER I have a complete line of suit cases Rock I Island I

best medicin.,1e ever used for constipation and grips from $3: to J16 and we I Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt.,
bilious te; r and malaria. I General Passenger Agent I j think you would! do well to look at I' System

Sold by: all druggists. -? I DALLAS, TEXAS th m. Ocala Furniture Company. Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga.

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