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
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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Every Lady's Dressing Chamber ,0 r a I DAIRY: '

New Walnuts And Admiral Togo' Famous Battlt- \ P1 Sly Surveying Corps in the Filed and
saow-whitc S
should be equipped with a dainty, onepica"Standard'

ship, Mikau, lost to the Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. Making Rapid ProgressTrackLaying For Your, <

Brazil Nuts Navy of Japan Will Begin in 30 Days "
1 Have you ever stopped to considerhow

and Almonds. London Sept 13.-The correspondent i : ,,, i delightfully convenient it would ', The surveying and engineering corpsof Pure Milk and Cream

of the Reuter Telegram Company : be to Lave hot and cold running water the Gainesville and Gulf Railroad

at Toklo, has wired the Informationthat I i I: 1 + in dressing chamber sleeping under the direction of Chief Surveyor ,
your Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
Filled Figs, Kaisins, Currantsand the fine Japanese battleship Mi. .to'
or first-floor toilet room? Patton are now in the field and report
and 1 apartment
kasa caught fire at 2:30 yesterday I ,
Guava Jelly. Evaporated was completely lost. I 'I Ju presence would afford you the highest fine progress. The corps, which com- Quality and Purity, Guaranteed. L

Fruits, Fresh and Clean. Calf The disaster is the most completethat r degree of comfort. I prises twelve people began southward

:Foot the Japanese have suffered any c We will gladly quote you prices. ; from Fairfield Alachua county Wed- 5f
: time since the declaration of war. and
nesday morning and are pushing
Our strictly
,, plumbers are competent
the destruction of the vessel will be rapidly toward Tampa, the proposed
L mechanics, honest and reliable. ....
Maraschino Cherries, Figs, a*severe blow to the navy. southern terminus of the road. The

The Mikaaa has frequently been corps is accompanied by A. P. Stuckey f
Pineapple and mentioned in the dispatches being -
press I first vice president of the new or- '
Nuts. one of the heaviest vessels of the ganization.Mr. PROTECT YOUR. BOOKS ,

Japanese fleets, and always included in ---."" Stuckey will have run several
They're too valuable to be strewn about the _.
battles during the various engagements room or
preliminary lines, after which
THE TEAPOt GROCERY. with the Russian fleets. l manent line will be established a per-and house exposed to dust and damage! Of course youcan't
help it if
VAT your book-case is full and"of the old
The Japanese Navy's Greatest Loss FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC, work of cutting right of way and style solid construction Better get rid of such a case,

I Tokio. Sept. IS.-The loss of the grading will begin. or start a new one that will always accommodate your

I battleship Mikasa was formally con- Orders have been placed, says the books without being either too large or too small-one

DO YOU WANT firmed this afternoon and there is no 1 I Gainesville Sun for all necessary rails that grows with your library and always fits iL The"Elastic" +

doubt that the disaster is the most and the first shipment of several hundred -
fortunate man is not known, as
TO BUY ADo terrible that has befallen the Japanese never recovered sufficiently to acQuaint -' I tons has been promised by the fjt"}, ,, icke .
I 15th inst. The crossties are also being
of its
navy during the entire time the hospital physicians with it. the samples cut from Red Cross .
existence. I hewn and within thirty days it is } Bo Case
sanitary mattresses at McIver & MacKay's. -
The department states that In safe to state that the actual laying of
I navy ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL These mattresses are made is the .
original and
of officers iron will begin as'it is the of only up-to-date sectional book-case -
the disaster the complete crew purpose
from the finest cotton, In two
are and is made by the largest manufacturers of such
the constructor to keep the track goods
and men on the vessel lost their "
When indigestion becomes chronicIt styles "Perfection. and Tufted/1 in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades,sizes
worked up to the grading point as
lives. The result staggering. I
is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and both covered with pretty art tick- and, rices, adapted to

: There was on the Mikasa at the will cure indigestion and all troubles ing. The mattresses are warrantednever near as possible. 4 any and all require
time of the terrible catastrophe a total About twenty days will be required ments. It's '
a system of
S resulting therefrom, thus preventing to get hard or lumpy. The pricesare
&f !99 men and officers and it is to complete this survey immediately, c f units each'unit fitted
Catarrh of the Stomach. Dr. New- $H and $15 for the two styles.
stated that not one of this number I I after which a line will be established.The with the perfection dust--
brough of League. W. Va., says: "To There is nothing better made .and every -
people of the sections which i proof roller bearing
survived to tell the tale.
= : those suffering from indigestion or mattress is fully guaranteed. I door. But we'll be ,
Jk The loss of the battleship was primarily this extension will traverse are naturally -; glad
sour stomach I would say there Is no to show them if you call
due to fire, but succeeding the I jubilant, as it will open up a '
better remedy than Kodol DyspepsiaCure. or will send illustrated
outbreak of the flames yet country rich in timber and phosphate
came a
You To catalogue on'
Want I have prescribed it for a num- requestSOLD
more serious condition of affairs. which has not been worked before on t1
ber of my patients with good success"Kodol Foley & Co.. Chicago, originated
with account of lack of transportation facil-
The flames gained headway
Sell Rent or Buya Dyspepsia Cure digests what Hcney and Tar as a throat and lung
such terrible rapidity that they speed- ities. The road will also touch severalof
you eat and makes the stomach sweet' remedy, and on account of the great
the most prominent towns in Flor-
ily reached the magazine, blowing a
House Store Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey -
ida.-Metropolis, 12th. i
hole in the side of the vessel, which
and Tar many imitations are offered -
caused her to sink.
Lot, or Farm? LIBRARY TABLESWe for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
The Mikasa was one of the most PRICE OF A GIRL'S LIFE
Honey and Tar and refuse sub-
noted and glorious vessels in the Japanese -
Do You Want to have the prettiest and moat stitute offered, as no other preparation Her
navy. It had been Admiral Togo's With Honor Thrown InCouldn'tHave
complete line of oak and mahogany I will give the same satisfaction.It ..
flagship and as such was in the Bought a Black Slave for
Insure Life library tables ever shown in Ocala.A is mildly laxative. It contains no
of action in the r
heart which
every \
big shipment has just arrived. You cpiates: and is safest for children and the Same Money 50 Years Ago
commanding officer was associated. \
Limb Property are cordially invited to inspect them. delicate Sold-by the Post- I c' '
or During the battle of the sea of Japan persons. Owen E. Loadholtz, convicted of aggravated .:
Mclver & MacKay. j office Drugstore, Ocala. Fla. BY
( the Mikasa was in the van and I assault in connection with r .,

THEN LOSE NO was among the vessels that receivedthe the killing of Miss May Brown in a I '

-- -- ---.-- T Jacksonville court room last February Mclvei' and
TIME IN SEEING heaviest: fire from the Russian I ;; MacKay
was fined $300, with the option of six

DITTO & MALONEY fleet.The loss of this big fighting machine\ H. ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. months in jail. Loadholtz will pay

will be seriously felt in the Japanesenavy S. H. GLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. the fine. DE7TLERS' INHOUSEHOLD ,

not only because of her value as -

For a warship but also because of the reverence CIVIL WAR IN CAUCASIAThe

in which the vessel was held FURNITUftE JAN11OCALA FURlSHINGS'A'\

Yflh WATCHESAnd because of its glorious history. COMMERCIAL BANK fighting continues unabated in _

the Caucasus. It is the.. Mohammedan

REPAIRSGO THRtE JURORS CUREDOf Tartars against the Armenian and ::: F'L-C>> RItA.:

Georgian Christians, with Russian .4
against both. Russia has beeplaying
1OF troops
Cholera Morbus With One Small '

G. B. WEIHE I Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol country off the against different each races other of that ever Florida East Coast Railway '

and Diarrhoea :
era Remedy
since she occupied it, and the pres-
Business with us will Protect you Against .
The Jeweler.Perfection troubles the result.

.1 relates Mr. W. experience Fowler of Hightower.he had while Ala.. Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. ent. are Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April'l?''1W5.

serving on a petit Jury in a murder Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids 11.

Canopies case at Edwardsville county seat of I Nature SOUTH-BOUNO-REAO DOWN. laIT .aaUXD-lUI V?.

Clebourne county, Alabama. He : I I .
says .
"While there I ate some fresh meat Medicines that aid nature are always No. 99 No. M STATIONS Ne.71. Net 11'< r' "
Dill;. Dally.lOOp slly.. Dally. .
and some souse meat and it gave me most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough _0.- I : _

cholera morbus in a very severe form.I .I Remedy acts on this plan. It allays i 940a Lv _-- ckson7llle__._ ArLT TOOp662p ( MaS41a a ;1. ,"
CCTp 9 U. II _-Ho. Jacksonville-,._ ;
was never more sick in my life andsent THE OCKLAWAHA INN the cough, relieves the lungs aids expectorations a Slip 10 fit a __St. Augustine_ II ( SOp f Ma "'; e
11 I I to the drugstore for a certain the secretions, C63pllS2a .........Hastings. tup I4t(18ft w; .
\ T 10 p 11 60 a _.__Xaac P\atta.___ 4 Sip ) .. -1 1J
Z cwoy cholera mixture, but the druggist sent

n c ; me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, .. sys-tem TS5p645P,1J15 p Ar Palatka___._ Lv 410p 000. r.-
,. A Pleasant, Homelike House;! CIO 1125 a Lv ____-Palatka Ar lOOp ( Wa
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead the Postoffice Drugstore. Oo -
saying that he had what I sent d 25 PI\ 00 p Ar ?._._..Ban Mateo...._._ LT SIBp.......... ca: j .a
qt Elegant, Airy Rooms and the JlOp 8 00 aIMpMSJp Lv ____San Mateo,,,_ AT Blipsnp TUa450ft C '
for but this medicine was so much -- "
WET OR DRY ELECTION IN PASCO Lv ..___Neoga_. ., Lv ==, .
better that he would rather send It to ,
., > Choicest Table Board. .. ____ ...__ l&fiftJWft
.. a very 99and 8 03 p:12 47 p BUDLtl15 SUp "Ie(!
;::.-<; ::D- :. :... .." me in the fix I was in. I took one dose 810 p U 65 p ___,--Dupont,.???._ 3S7p310p !
The county commissioners at their 8 124 .... .Ormond___ 4 9a
"" ,. P ..
--p ,. of it and better in five minutes. ..
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Special Rates in Summer to . 44tft43a
-- session last Monday, called an electionfor 863p 139 P ?? Da7&oD4 ,_ SOOp3Mp V t
,PRINCo' 'J....& The second dose cured me entirely. 9 0'p 1 Up" ___Port Orange___ fa ,I
ALE rNw kpanacEtThe Two fellow afflicted in Friday, October 27, to determine ) II 25I\ 15 P ir ___Sea Sm7rll&-_ IWp 416. .:' "
jurors were
,and Board- ._.
Weekly Monthly whether liquors wines and beer shouldbe -- r
the same manner and one small bot- Oil a039a SUp Ar __ Lake Helen ..,..j...-,?? LTZZorange 14SpI335p ( lap '. ','0':
Lest on earth for either Iron or legally sold in Pasco county. This .. ( UpI4ip "" ,
S55p Orange City
tle cured the three of For sale
us. by ..
wood beds, or children's cribs. Most the Postoffice Drugstore. q ers.MRS. question was presented to the votersa 10 is a 4 00 p CUy JuncUonuir! II 2301* n"> ,-- ::.<..:,t-.

durable, sanitary and time saving. We L. HATCHELL number of years ago and the county onlTrains 935pOOOp \2J5p5Slp Lv _.__New Bmyrn__ Lv 2 top 4 oia3S9a -:.
declaredthe __.",_'?:ak HIll___ 164p ter!, .;
are headquarters for everything in went "dry, but the courts 10 I 9p900a 3SOp Ar .._...__' T'u""rilift..,?.,?. 116 P 300& fA :. i.
FEARFUL FATE OF Proprietress. R ...
.t. J.. election illegal.-Dade City Star. -- 0'' -
beds of bed fittings, from the canopy ,__ u8anford___Lv 10 00 a 1000ft ,.. 1
I ,- _1000 a Lv .__._...&nford_.,-_ u 900 a .., ..
1 to the springs. Our prices are always I OCALA FLORIDAWE I DEVOURED BY WORMS '
1j 1089pU 3 SOp Lv ___,._Tltnarllla__ Lv 111 P looa s'I
right Pensacola. Sept. 13.-Eight new ISp 409p II ........_COCOa_..... .. 1334P 2 lift .,
cases of fever were reported yesterday. | U H2p 4 Up .. __Rockled r9-___ 12 SOp 31 a14la
McIVER & MacKAY Children orten cry, not from pain. .. 11 Up 445p4C4P _.___EauGal.la___ lltgft "'''L ,. .
O. Wolfberg, dead; Willie Golf color- CARRY A COMPLETE {but from hunger although fed abund- UOSa L. _,..__llelbournebastlan___ 11 48 a 131&:2 r.. yI
__" it wain:, a a
ed Martha Harris, colored Dianah 11 81 a 5STp (A
; ; trouble from I --
antly. The entire arises ..
i.J I 139al 629p __.St. 10 II a 11 00looeaiiisp
Milton, colored; John Kreamer, white; inanition, their food Is not assimilated 51 a I is P M __._Fort fierce .... N .
) I J18a823a T08pT13p .. ___TibtalL___ M f 80ft92fta 11 23 p1118p '() .
Ralph Berlin white J. G. :
; 6 0'a I but devoured by worms. __ .Eden. __._ '
white. To this list must be svenke.I\\ i A few doses of White's Cream Ver- 128 aI03l 71T P ",..,??... ...Jensen.- 9 21 a 11 Up '
JE1Y YpjtLo. unknown Russian Jew who H W REI I''mifuge BuffctlSleepIng 2IIh 7 28 P y ____.6tw.rt_...,.?.... ... 111&\112!P 3 -
4 will them to cease ..
cause cry- TWp _.. .__.Hobe Sound "",?. 8 43 a 10 34 P
morning and whose case is the mostterrible ing and begin to thrive at once, very 121& 814P861p _____West Jnplwr____ 8 34 a 10 It p. a
4 04 a ,.,...._W Palm Bellch.._ 'U& y
that has occurred in Pensa- 918p
much to the surprise and joy of the 182a .18p __Boynton.-?_... T JOftT10 ] ,.,.
cola since the commencement of the mother. Sold by all druggists.I 4 42 a 9 28 P ___Delra1_.__ f 08 p r
/ h ,4 Stoves Heaters Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing | liT* 10 21 p _.--TL LauderdaJe.-_. ( lift 8 UpSMp Q
fe\er. With the fever the .. .
I on him I I J4 a!10 80 p __..._._Dania___ .. ( lOa
rK man fled from the city, and suffering I Memphis newspaper, having made I I II 168 a!10 Up'. _;__Hall&ndale__ ( (8a(34a tMpTJ .
untold agonies fell down in the Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies.Sash I the statement that "hardly a dollar"of 62iallC7p SSSaUUpDally J.r ==-_Lemon iItamt Cia. Lv f 2ia ISO]

H worlds, the prey of birds and insects, I civil war pension money found its Dally -

in a ding condition. When found he way into the South the Knoxville Zx. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION b. -.

was past all hope. : Doors Blinds and Glass Farming and Garden Implements of all KlndHAY !I II i Journal took the trouble to ascertain Bin -Iu., ,.

; *t ti \ The victim was discovered yesterday the facts and give the figures for the 4S4SWa_ Lv ____lIJ&ml .ir 1_ lOOp
Arlfome.tead..___ Lv I UpI
afternoon.. and a telephone messagewas I fiscal year ending June 30 1904 showIng -

at once sent to the physicians acquainting that the sum of $26,635,377 was I
:;.i- .-. them with the conditions of / i .. 23 No. 21'No.' 19 No. I7|'No. IISmdif 'N1.30' I. all.. ..
"- paid to pensioners in the South, anda Dally SllIU'lSulldaJI)! Dally MAVPOKT BRANCH. ".. lt.ndayued1yj laity
eMnin the'poor stricken outcast. list of the states as follows: Alabama Kitu Oolj Oalj. |I 0ly. ,Ex Sao Oail).| Ollf. i I oily CiSt -

The people living in the vicinity I J585.000; Arkansas. $1,691,000; IMp'; U P 3 00 SO a! I 00 a LT --J ck onTlIl ____ Ar B JO a 1100 a! iUpM UpI
A Glever Gotwrcial where he was discovered the east I Florida $553,000; Georgia, $530,000; S 0e P 6 61 P > 08 p(9[ 38 aj 1 > 08 aAT,' _So. lack onT1lle__. Lv 3 a 11 3 al!| 8 Jl p Ml. ..
of th.. I40p4Jp tMp 2'Op,1010a' i39& _Pablo Beach... Wall SO a! 6C8piSallUa 'II 1
city-were afraid of the fever,
Kentucky $4.056.000; Louisiana, $881- $ 'lip '45 p'10 IS a| f 44 aSpopiosoaioeoa -, -itlantleRftm-h.. 7 I05pSOaUOOaUiSp 4 301
TravelerKnows and refused to give him aid. and he i I 000; Maryland $1,696,000! ; Mississippi. I! 'OO 'Up __Mafport__,,??. 411 PPEUNSCLI2 "

must: have suffered untold agonies before E $656,000; Missouri, $7,000.000prth/ .
the value of a swell rig when taken in charge by the physicians.A Carolina $266.000; Tennessee I LSD; OCOBENTIL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT HAIL

call 1? on his patrons and If he has telephone resulted in $2.813'-1
000; Texas, $1,230.000;
been In Ocala before hey knows that bringing Dr. Hargiss. assistant to Dr. 2S6.000; West Virginia, $1.769,000. This j chic Ctuectloa S. c..
the place to secure one, with good Porter to the scene. He found the Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. ,
is not so bad-about $140,000.000 pension '
driver handsome buggy or carryall, man in a horrible state he having money. |t, HAVANA AND' KEY WEST.

with plenty of room to stow away his been in the woods for two days with-

sample cases, and well groomed well .out food or water. A LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP I
Theee Time Tables show the time as which trains may expected to amYl it&d bpat
fed horses, fine as silk can always be The most horrible feature of the terrible I from the several stations,bat their arrival or departure tt Use time stated U not (Qr

procured here at low prices. We will affair is the fact that the man "A cold or cough nearly always produces I oar U this Comptay to be held reipoultte tor any delays or my coueqoene a.rtaSq'tiuntraBto

give you good service at low cost. had fallen a prey to inlets, which constipation-the water all runs j

S. A. STANDLEY & CO. had almost eaten him up alive when TEDDERSHay w! to the eyes, nose and throat instead of I Con of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InfermaW4'a .. -

discovered. Many marks of the bites I passing out of the system through tne ; SEE THE TICKET AGENT." :
and stings were discovered on hs Presses Mowers RakpsKnife and Tool Grinders\ liver and kidneys. For the want of
!; J. D. RAHNER, AMt. 0a'l Paw. A=t., 5T. AUGUSTINE, OLL
body when he was brought to the moisture the bowels become dry and
LALEXANDERPractical city.The A Compete! Stock of Repairs for Both ': hard. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East'Ceut 7
unfortunate man succumbed to 'Tar is the original Laxative Cough
the disease this morning In St. Antho DEERING AND: McCOR/vncK: Syrup. It meets and corrects the Effective June 3, 1905, the schedule figures for the Ifayport Branch Ml

ny's hospital, where he was taken by Machines and above conditions, by acting as a pleas Homestead Extension, now shown in time-table No. 5%. will be changed ad-

CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful direction of the physicians.This I Implements. ; ant cathartic on the bowels-expels' ditional trains being put Into service between Jacksonville and Maypw. and

is the most horrible case yet' j I all colds from the system and cures all the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

estimates made on all contract reported: in this section,, and probablythe MARION HARDWARE COMPANY; coughs croup whooping cough la- each way leaving Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m. arriving

work. Gives more and better work most horrible of the entire yellow I| grippe, bronchitis, etc. Sold by the Miami 2:20 p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of the F. E. (iRy '

for the money than any other In town. fever episode. The name of the un- SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUF.; i Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.!! i or for pocket time-card address J D. Eahner, A. OL P. A. _

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Mr. A. J. Walker Contributes Another
Chapter to Wet or Dry Literature
HERBERT A. FORD, President ,_, .-, .

C. L Bittingsr and R. R. Carroll Editor Star-Yesterday's Issue of GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. -- ..,,,._ ._ ,y
Proprietor and Publisher the Star contained a communication F. L. WATSON:Cashier.CENTRE .
the Finest Line of Fall and
on the local option question over the

._ Editor and General ManagerR. Winter Goods Dress Fabrics etc. signature of L. W. Moore. That por-

Dry tion referring to Fitzgerald GaI
R. CARROLL wish to comment upon as 1 made the

City Editor and Business Manager that Ocala has ever seen. inquiry as to the truth of this statement -

"That Fitzgerald"had lost the

shops of the A. & B. Ry.. on accountof
Mr*. Lucinda Dallas one of the pioneer having six licensed saloons. That OF OCALA.
settlers of Marion passed to her
statement appeared in a dodger pub-

reward last Friday and was buried WAIT FOR THEIR ARRIVAL lished last month, bearing no print-.

' Saturday at the old Mcintosh graveyard er's and to indicate who
name nothing J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON
from Ocala on the
six miles out
the authors were and simply headed, GEO MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
The deceased ,
hard road. Directors.-
1 I Blltchton "Wet or Dry. That is where I first : HERBERT A. FORD GEORGE FORD.
came here with her husband from ]
I saw it. Now, L. W. M. says that an '
. R. S. I[ALT.
South Carolina in 1848. settled on atract .
attempt has been made to disprove I
of land several miles to the BOSTON STOREA
something that the W. C. T. U. said.
\ southwest of the place of her burial. (
. My letter to the mayor of Fitzgeraldwas HIGHEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD
Her first neighbors were the parentsof dated August 30; his reply to me
Mr. J. M. Barco ".whose land ad-
I September 1. The Star of the 6th Crosses the Zambezi River on the
of the Dallases. She died
., Joined contained a report of a meeting of theW. '
which she and her Cape to Cairo Route
on place on C. T. U. at which the
husband located. Her huaband preceded Fitzgerald shop story was repeated.My Victoria Falls, East Africa, Sept 13.

I her many years ago. Mrs. Dallas Ocala Evening Star has adopteda There were 43 new cases of fever in inquiry had been made asd reply -The bridge over the Zambezi river '

wa the mother of Mrs. Sebe new headline for its first page. While Xew Orleans yesterday and three received almost a week prior to the was formally opened yesterday to Effective

"< Weathers. She was most estimable the general appearance of the paper deaths. Total cases to date, 2370; \v. C. T. U. meeting. So much for traffic in the presence of the visiting Remedy

: Christian woman, and was noted the has been improved by this move yet deaths. 319. L. W. M's. attempt to make it appearas members of the British association.This .

county over as one of the beat nurses is another link WiiHissros, low. April 4,1303.
the interesting contents of that hustling an attempt to doubt the word of the bridge connecting ,

and knew more about medicine and paper is, as usual always above NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS ladies of the W. C. T. U. Drowningmen of the Cape to Cairo railroad. It is r"was*'ftI virtually; troubled for over a year A with so &enpennduct.. that
who -V / suppression. heavy cold d this
than most of the doctors :
surgery catch at Thus L. the highest bridge in the world be- condition and I could
par and needs no heading to improve straws. \V. M. / nothing do seemed to help me.

practiced in her day and so established t.-Tampa Herald.CONTRACTING. If you ever took DeWitt's Little Ear- grabs at the only word that he can ing 340 feet above the river at low 'MiJl}Root.4asr UrduL The onlY Within effective two weeks remedy I felt 1 the ever rood found efiecU wu of the Wine medicine of-

became her reputation for skill yly Risers for biliousness or constipation get any solace from, the word "some." water and crosses the gorge at Vic- and after I had. used 13 bottles in all I waaa* healthy
In the line of setting broken limbs and regular as any woman could wish to be.
AND BUILDING you know what pill pleasure is. He takes no notice of the evident toria Falls. My sister used Itwhile expecting to become a
that her services were sought far and at Other and found that U made
These famous little pills cleanse the prosperity of the city, the increase in WTtly easy and after the child childbirth. eompara-1 21r11
was born
sister to
wide. Mrs. Dallas was a I If you are going to build anything, liver and rid the system of all bile the tailroad's investments, the improvements FLEMINGTONOur that U helped her to regain her itrenfti.OKAJTB. %A&If
Mrs. Mabe Carter of Carter's Pond.
from a cedar clothes chest to a fine without producing unpleasant effects. on its property and this

The passing away of this really good residence or a brick block don't fail Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.S. Oh! sad to relate in a legal saloon farmers are busy! gathering Worrrr .usocuu, 8oxi o.Tutnaasoa
woman marks an epoch In her section,
: to see or write for estimates to J. Mc- city.I .
;:: almost from the their corn, and are well pleasedthe with
and helpless
although Nealy the contractor and builder A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS I have made inquiries as to the authorship -

a :, infirmities of age-being remembered over 80 years and "The Man Who Doesn't Waif No. of that dodger (very appro- Mr.yield.John Gray of South Carolina is I WINEo1CIRDUI
Is ,
old he
: Ocala Fla. Seaboard operates Buffet Parlor priate name) without success. If L.
.- her which 12, Fort King avenue visiting his brother, C. H. Gray of _
virtues were were
many Cars between Ocala and Tampa on W. Moore will assume responsibilityfor

not interred with to, her.those The who Star extends INCREDIBLE BRUlALITY trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. m., it I will give him something to do this Quite place.a number of young folks gatherEd Wine of Cardui cures nine out of every ten cases of the disordersof

sympathy mourn daily, and between Ocala and Jacksonville explaining some of its statements.A. at Mr. H. W. Nettles' and enjoyed menstruation. These cures are permanent, whether the trouble Is
ker noble character.
on train leaving at It20 J. Walker.A complicated or not.
It would have been incredible brutal : ucaia I themselves singing Sunday evening.Mr. I
ity if Charles F. Lemberger of Syracuse I p. m., daily. Temperance Man, but not a Te- C. A. Vaughan of Williston "attended Wine of Cardui cure the sickness of
The city board of health held a full N. Y., had not done the best he totaler. weakness young girls, relieves the
Sunday school here last Sun- of adolta, banishes leucorrhoea heM8.Ches.
meeting last night with all members could for his suffering son. "My boy" PICTURE MOULDINGSWe backaches and
present except Dr. Powers, who Is day.Mr. nervousness and eases the crisis attendant on the change of life.
he says, "cut a fearful gash over his LOW ROUND TRIP RATES : M. L. Reynolds of Lynne who

out of the city. They met to considerthe eye so I applied. Bucklen's Arnica have just added a big shipmentto .FROM OCALA VIA has been visiting D. R. Mixson of this Thousands of mothers besides 'Miss Root's sister have

resignation of Mr. Charles Rhein Salve, which quickly healed it and I an already large line of picture ATLANTIC COAST LINE place returned home a few days ago. found grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have

} auer aa vice president of the city board saved his eye" Good for burns and I frame mouldings, making our stockof Misses Carrie and Hattie Caldwellof had a quick and happy recovery from its use. You cannot

of health and the active manager ot these goods the handsomest and afford to suffer when
ulcers too. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly $23.75-Richmond, Va., and Candler, after a pleasant visit of f 1.00 bottles are sold by all
the sanitary condition of the city. It 1 best in the country. Hundreds of different
Drugstore. drugg ts.
Tickets sold September 10.Return-\\two weeks at :Mr. M. J. Mixson's, returned -
was the conviction of all that because sizes designs and finishes.
12, limited to return to September to their home last Saturday. .. ?
of the faithful services of Mr. Rhein I McIver & MacKay. 4 J
LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND 25. Side trips will also be sold from Messis. J. K. and D. R. Mixson madea
auer in his trying position and the -
R. R. ACCOUNTING Richmond to all points south, at rate flying trip to Ocala last Saturday.
kind and deep interest he has ever I
of one fare plus 25 cents, for the Messrs.' C. H. Gray and J. C. Smoak
evinced during his long service in this
$50 to $500 a month salary assur- round trip. made a business trip to Gainesvillelast
capacity the board could not see howIt Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey
ed under bond. Our six week.
our graduates
could do without him or secure $30.95-Philadelphia, Pa. and Return.
and Grove Texas, nearly met his Water- Wonder what's the matter with
schools the largest in America en-
Tickets sold 13 14 and
another to take and fill the position as September ,
loo from Liver and Kidney trouble. In
dorsed all railroads. Write for cat- Electra. from
by we never see anything Turpentine Operators
15."fa all rail and tOt"steamel' sail-
he has done for the best sanitary conditions -
alogue. More School of Telegraphy, a recent letter he says: "I was nearly there these days. Don't be bashful, ,
ing September 13, at 5 In.. and ,
possible for the city's welfare. p.
s Cincinnati 0., Buffalo N. T. Atlanta, dead of these complaints, and althoughI boys come to the front and let us
16th at 6 m., via Savannah and
therefore asked Mr. Rheinauer to with- p.
Ga. Wis. Texarkana Tex., tried my family doctor he did me know what
La Crosse. you are doing.
M. T. Final
& M. Co. limit September -
draw his resignation. We trust Mr.
Cal.GIVEN no good; so I got a 50c. bottle of your r
San Francisco I I ATTENTION !
Rheinauer will accept the good wishes great Electric Bitters, which cured me. 30, but extension may be obtained .
until October 5 by payment of fee Fresh Cracker Jack at Taylor's.
and the great confidence expressed to-
I[ consider them the best medicine on
UP TO DIEB. I of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia. .
ward him by the city board of health earth and thank God, who gave you

and remain in his present position. the knowledge to make them. Sold $31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. A fresh stock of Lowneys candies in

Sp lgel. 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia I'$34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. all sized packages just received at The Standard Naval Stores Company oi Jacksonville
Ind., writes: "For over five ,
"'. All forms of eye troubles and chronic Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the Taylor's.We .
years I was troubled with kidney and ($4110-Washington, D. C. Tickets
\ diseases, such as inflamed or ulcerated Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Florida is now to contract with independent
.. bladder! affections which caused me I ets sold daily good until October 31. prepared
eyes cross eyes, headaches, 1 have a complete line of suit cas-
much pain and I lost flesh and $51.15-Chicago, III-Tickets on sale
J_' nervousness neurasthenia epilepsy, worry. CREAMERY BUTTER I es and grips from $3 to $16, and we producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Ros
was: all run down and a year ago had< daily good until October 31.
stomach trouble constipation, piles, think you would do well to look at

female troubles, etc., overcome without to abandon work entirely. I had threeof 25 CENTS A POUND I$34.75-Eldorado, Mo. Tickets sold on them. Ocala Furniture Company.At in and Spirits Tui pen tine delivered at either Jacksonville

drugs or operations by the famous the best physicians, who did me first and third Tuesdays of August

no good and I was practically givenup The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- and September, final limit sixty days
yjtsm of Opthamology and Neurol- or Fernandina. Free of insurance
storage or commission
ogy as practiced by Dr. E. H. Arm- to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was stantly on hand receiving a fresh sup- from date of sale not later than October Rheinauers, Patent Mosquito ,

recommended and the first bottle gave ply every two days, delicious, pure 31. Nets at special low prices
strong. The doctor is at present mak- charges. We are also prepared to make liberal
me great relief, and after taking the Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per
ing a professional tour of Middle and $85.90-Portland, Oregon Seattle,
South Florida and will be in Ocala second bottle I was entirely cured." pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Washington, Tacom, Washington NOTICE A advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank

Soil by the Postoffice Drugstore,
on September IS: and 16. located at the I Bellingham, Washington Everett

Ocala House. You could not put your Ocala, Fla.DRESSERS. We have in stock and ready for Washington Victoria. B. C., Vancouver Whereas, this board has given due cars-it will save You.Iots 01 money. For farther in
immediate shipment, 2. 3. 6 8 12 and
notice as required by law that it would
case in the hands of one better quail- B. C. Going via any direct route
fled and these AND WASHSTANDS 15 horse-power gasolene engines, made consider and determine at this meetingof formation toSTANDARD
than Dr. Armstrong, as returning via same or any other direct apply

State tours are to be made regularly i by the International Harvester Company route. Tickets on sale daily to the board whether or not they wil
We have fine stock of and there are better. Ma-
a particularly :none adopt the provisions of Sections 1 and
every three months hereafter it gives September 30. inclusive.
odd dressers and washstands in all rion Hardware Company. 2 of Chapter 5450 of the Laws of Florida -
patients the opportunity of having
$86.20-To San Francisco-and Los NAVAL STORES CO
prices, and woods. See the line
their cases receive constant attention. styles Angeles, California. Tickets on sale and whereas, no citizen of the

All ease taken cared for free of addi- before buying elsewhere. at intervals in months of July Au- county has appeared before the board

tional charge for the period of one McIver & MacKay. and objecting to the aforesaid law being

mNRij &1 CHAMBLISS gust September. made operative as provided for In said Jacksonville Fla.WATCHES .
Tickets Sale Good to Return ,
$25 REWARDI on Dally,
year.Mr. Chapter 5450 approved by the governor -

W. W. Roberts of Atlanta, Ga., October 31 of Florida May 31, 1905. There- .

special agent for the Citizens' Fire will pay a reward of $15 for con- $5U1-Asbury Park, N. J. fore be itResolved. e

Insurance Company of }Missouri was viction of any man in Marion countyfor J 1I I $49.35' Atlantic City, N. J. That the provisions of

in town today to pay a visit to the violating the game law and 125 I I Chapter 5450 aforesaid shall become OF WORTH
$52.55-Chautauqua, N. Y.
company's successful agents, Messrs. where the party lives in Ocala. operative and in full force and effect

Ditto and Maloney Mr. Roberts said Henry Gordon. Sheriff. BANKERSOcalaFlorida $82.20-Halifax, N. S. two months from the date hereof to-

to a Star man that his company was $42.35-Hot Springs, Va. wit: On the 15th day of October A. _

highly pleased with their local agents, WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Y. D. 1905 and that any and all persons in choosing such ft constant companion as a watch, one should b. careful

aid the business they are doing here. $59.20-Saratoga Spring, N. Y. violating its provisions and requirements -' to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch
The Iron Mountain Route has now after that date will be liable
Summer Tourist Rates are on sale sold.
Mr. G. A. Petteway returned last on sale very low rate tickets to Hot te the pains and penalties thereof.
to all Summer Resorts. There Is store hereabouts that show a better assortment of
Springs, Ark. Tickets can be bought no can you
night from Atlanta, where he and his Unanimously adopted and ordered

brother L. S. Petteway, took their on certain days during July. August LOANS. DEPOSITS. For further information call uponor published for two months. reliable movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our gua-.

brother. J.V.. Petteway, of Kissim- and September at one fare plus twu write to This August 9, 1905. antee goes with every one of course. r

mee, and placed him in the E3kin- dollars for the round trip. Write fo: I J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber H. W. Long
C. T. A. D .T. A. We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watchesbotnmen's
Cooper sanitarium. Mr. Petteway is literature descriptive of hotels, etc. Chairman Board of County Commis
Ocala and women's. We and recommend Simmons' watch chain-
L Florida. carry fully *
E. Rehlander. T. P. A.
la a very dangerous conditions but CONSERVATISM, ACCOHODATIOLBURNETT sioners.
I the surgeons think there is a chancefor Chattanooga. Teem. J. S. HartseU D. P. A, Tampa Fla. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. the best known high quality, gold,filled chains made.

Messrs. T. D. Bryan. M. M. Little A. E. BURNETT
J. J nnesse. 9201 Butler St. Chicago RailwaySPECIAL
and R. E. Yonge Sr.. are a committee Department of the Interior.
writes: "I am a switchman and
appointed last night by Tulula lodge
Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
out in all kinds weather. I RATES
am of took
Xo. 22. to assist the Rebekahs in their September 2, 1905. ,
a cold which settled in my kidneysand $28.30-Hot Springs, Ark. and return.
efforts to properly celebrate the 54th
Notice is hereby given that the fol
I was in bad shape. I tried several Tickets on sale first and third
f anniversary of the establishment of I Tues-I lowing-named settler has filed notice
the advertised remedies with no ben- THE TAILOR days, with final limit to J. E. BANKSTON.Dealer
order. which event will take place of his intention to make commutation
_ efit, until I was recommended to tryFoley's $23.50-Richmond, Va., and return. .
on the night of September 20. atYonge's I proof in support of his claim and that
Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds ofa Tickets on sale September 10, 11
Hall. said proof will be made before clerk
Has Moved Into in
bottle cured me. Sold by the Post- His I I and 12, limited returning to September -
circuit court at Ocala, Fla., on Octo-
Mr. C. M. Cam of Reddick was in office Drugstore. Ocala Fla. New Brick Store I 25.$30.95Philadelphia. ber 10, 1905, viz: Daniel A. Fort of

town\ today. Mr. C. is a member of the Pa. and return. Ocala, Fla., Hd. 30,777, for the swU of !i1P s1e Sf1l! ire..V Dtl fD1. !J.U

: canning firm of Reddick and told a OFF TO EUROPEA No 1. E. Fort King A vtJ1ue. Tickets on sale September 13, 14 nw i. of section 24, tp 15, s, r 24, e. ,,
Star reporter that of the 40.000 cans of and 15. limited returning to September He names the following witnesses toprove 1f !!!Wls, l m.'fi c, 1Je r ( 1 llie9!!

3-pound tomatoes put up this season farewell banquet was given William 25, with available extension to his continuous residence

they had sold half. Owing to the par- Jennings Bryan at Chicago last See his fine line of piece October 5. and cultivation of said land, viz upon: N. iiltiPfjh!! JI 1eThl aF1ih1 P :!lll :P1.

tial night. Many prominent democratswere goods for stmmerclotn- I Summer Tourist I I
failure of the tomato crop North, Rates-To moun- A. Fort R. C. Fort of Lynne. Fla., R.
the price of tomatoes has taken present. Mr. Bryan leaves in a tain and seashore resorts. I I
a big
ing. E. Fort, C A. Fort of Ocala, Fla. NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS.
few days for
Jump advancing from $10 and $12 a Europe. Low rates to the Northwest. I W. G. Robinson Register.
ton to $!0 and 130 a ton for the raw
Special rates to Portland, Ore, and ,
product which has greatly enhancedthe USEFUL DISCOVERIES Jerry Burnett. California points. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

price of the canned product. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Messrs. Cam and Shockle)'. the Red- Are Not Always Startling Neither Do i I
4SS8, Laws of Florida.
dick packers, are confident there is a They Create the Most TalkIt Merchant Tailor. WALL PAPER Phone No. U J. Stalls 11 and (3, City Market.

J bright future for the canning businessin is not always the greatest, most Notice is hereby given that L. C. Griffin -
Marion. If you wish work done in the wall paper -
J startling discoveries of science that purchaser of tax certificate No. FREE DELIVERY.

are the most useful to the human race. l line let us send our man with sam %14!. dated the 3rd day of October. A.

Tallahassee- agitating the subjectof Comparatively few people were directly M IvER & MacKAYI l pies for your inspection. D. 1S8. h.s filed said certificate in

building a $! ,OOO public school interested in Herschel's findingof ;,! DITTO 4 MALONEY. my office, and has made application for

building.Ed the new planet Uranus, but many i'I tax deed to issue in accordance with NEW
'I I I Our ice has reputation of
thousands have been benefited by DIRECTORS cream a I law. Said certificate embraces the following -

Pittman will have his first lawsuit Prof. Unna's experiments, which preyed which we are rustly protfd. T.V.. described property situated inj!

tomorrow. It is a case of ducks, beyond a question that dandruff I Troxler.
UNDERTAKERSand Marion county, Florida to-wit: Ei4 I

and dead ones at that. Ed denies the and baldness are the results of the .1 of nw ., sec I!. tp 17, r 22. The said priQh-t; Piano _

soft impeachment with an assertiveness inroads of a parasitic germ which invades FOR RENT October 1, the building land being assessed at the date of the

that would melt the heart of a the roots of the hair. j t I known as Smoak's carriage works issuance of such certificate in the name

brass juror. One man said today that The discovery of the true cause of EMBALMERS | one of the most desirable buildings and of Harris and Sanders. Unless said $239

he was ready to take oath that Ed baldness made Newbro's Herpicide I location for general! blacksmith! and certificate shall be redeemed accord- _

couldn't hit a barn door at ten paces,, possible. Herpicide effectually kills I! Fine Caskets J i wagon works. T. H. Wallis, 116, S. fad ing to law, tax deed will issue thereonon

for he had seen him make the attempt this germ. Destroy the cause, you remove ( street the 20th! day of September. A. D.

The trial will draw p., big the effect.

crowd. It Is set for 10 o'clock in the Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. and Burial RobesAll It does matter whether you have 1905.Witness my official signature and OCALA MUSIC CO1

court house and it is hoped every. in stamps for sample to the Herpicide good matting or not. It matters to seal this the ISth day of August, A. D.

friend of &1'8 will be on hand to give I Co, Detroit, Mich. Tydings & Co, Work Done by Licensed Embalmers you and to us. Let's get together. IJ05. S. T. Sistrunk.

him their moral support. special agents, Ocala. FU. and Fully Guaranteed (
Ocala Furniture Company. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., fit! JEWELERS.
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} Little Jerry Alvis-. -, aged two Years.v WESEJL Other Members of the Board of

Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. and four days youngest son of 'Mr. Health Desire Him to The Variety Store -

and Mrs. Jerry Burnett died last nightat Withdraw It
Delicious fresh candles at Trolleys. 9:20 at their home in the south- ,'

western part of town after an illness At a called meeting of the Ocala

J. C. ,Wheeler leaves tonight for{ board of health yesterday, there were
of ten days' duration. The little body $5.00
Atlanta. was laid to rest at 11 o'clock this present Doctors Newsom and Van

morning in Greenwood cemetery. A Shoes Hood and Mr. George :MacKay
A full line of cigars ana tobacco. Ty- The of the to '
Ralston $4.00 object meeting was
short but beautiful service was con- '

dings & Co. ducted by Rev. L. W. Moore at. the consider the resignation of Vice Pres- ON NEXT MONDAY SEPT. 18 05

ident Charles Rbeinauer, which he had
At Rheinauer, Hammocks from residence and Mr. D. E. McIver conducted Fcllowcraft $3.50COME ,

'1.50 to $15.Saturday the funeral arrangements. The tendered a few days ago. t

little fellow was a bright lovable The matter evoked no discussion, as

there were five marriage child and the idol of his parents'hearts. all were of one mind viz: That they We Will Sell -*" ,"

licenses Issued. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. refuse to accept Mr. Rheinauer's resIgnation -

Burnett extend to them their deepest IN AND SEE THEM he having made the most

Little Miss Nettle Chambers is quite sympathy in the loss of their darling. I. aI faithful and efficient health officer the

sick with fever. city ship has of Ocala ever due The Mr.entire'Rheinauer citizen-
CHANGE OF SCHEDULEThe a Trunks at Low Prices

Mr. S. A. Pawls ,returned last night vote of thanks for the careful, con-

BBL'BNSTON PASTEUR COMPANY scientious and painstaking manner in
from Gainesville
Homosassa train, No. 44, now ,
which he has executed the importanttrust
leaves Homosassa for Ocala at 6:45

Lowney's Candies, received fresh by instead of 7:15-thirty minutes earlier.I committed to him.

express at Taylor's. The excellent health that our people
than formerly. It arrives at Dunnellonand
have enjoyed during the summer sea- #
Ocala at the old time. The extra
R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK J E. CHACE believe Is due to his
At Rheinauer's, Caihing Suit for time is taken u" with the fish busi- son we largely ,

ladies, men and boys. untiring efforts in applying necessary
ness at Crystal River.
FULLER & BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON sanitary measures. Combination Trunks p

C. A. Redditt Is back from a busi- Perhaps it is not generally known,
ness trip to Chlpl y. Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'g so the board wishes to state just here

that this invaluable service from Mr.

A % library vote with every 5c front half Ocala of Beavers the third have floor leased of the the I. Office Over Monroe A Cham-bliss' Bank OCALA: FLA. Rheinauer was rendered without a 26 inch Regular Price $1.25, for- -----____. .____$J 09

purchase at Troxler's.There are OCALA, FLA. cent of compensation. It was from
Gary block and having it celled.
Terms Cash.NO first to last a labor of love.
were fifteen arrh'als' the and papered and put in first class I 28 Inch Regular Price $J.50 for $t 2 J
Terms Cash.AN The board desires to publicly ex- ----------------
for hall club
shape a lodge room. i ,
Ocala House yesterday ii i press its thanks to Mr. Rheinauer and

ILL LUCK FOR to beg of him that he withdraw his '
Mr. Jf T. Hutchins, a. Romeo mer- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED OPPORTUNITYAll THE MONTEZUMAA resignation. E. Van Hood Pres. 30 inch, Regular Price $S.75for----------J$J 54

chant, was in town today. By IOM.I applications, as they cannot W. V. Newsom.

reach the diseased portion of the ear.: persons in our city, whose time new register was opened at the Geo. MacKay. 32 inch, Regular Price $2.00 for-:---- ---_______$J 74
City Attorney T. E. Biggs and M. There is only one way to cure deaf- for reading is limited by reason of daily
Montezuma Hotel and
this morning,
Rubin are on the sick list. ness and that is by constitutional rem work are invited to spend their even- .
one man had registered, when it was FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
edies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed ings at the Epworth Reading and So-
noticed that the date was the 13th, so
Cannon, next door to Captain Poos- condition of the mucous lining cial Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30to I
the chief clerk Major Bennie Hoffman Fresh and reliable garden seeds of
er's can repair your gun. of the EustachIan Tube. When this 10 p. m. The rooms are free to the Canvas Covered Trunks
quickly tore off the date line label all kinds for fall planting. Tydings
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling general public. .
& Co.. Druggists and Seedsmen.If .
and scratched off the name, and
The Rebekahs meet tomorrow night.A sound or imperfect hearing, and whenit
is now registering guests on the fly
full attendance is desired.Dr. Is entirely closed Deafness Is the SPRAINSS. Without
leaf of the old register. you have any eye: or chronic affection ( Straps)
result, and unless the Inflammationcasn
do not fail to see Dr. E. H. Arm-
Charles R. Tydings left todayto be taken out and this tube restored A. Reid Cisco Tex., writes March
strong on his visit here September 15
visit his family in Virginia. to its normal condition hearingwill 11, 1901 "My wrist was sprained so
: and 16. Located at the Ocala House. 28 inch Regular Price $2.50 for- $2 09
useless and ------ -------
he destroyed forever. Nine cases badly by a fall that it was ,
Mr. J. P. Smoak. a merchant of near taken soon, we have for sale a
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, after using several remedies that fail-

Fairfield, was In town today. I which is nothing but an inflamed con ed to give relief used Ballard's Snow I !brick block, containing three stores Miss Florence Mellon, who has been 32 inch Regular Price $for$2$2 49
large hall, six offices above, on very the guest of Miss Caro Liddon for the _
dition of the mucous surfaces. Liniment, and was cured. I earnestly
reasonable terms. A fine Investment past month, returned home to
PASTURE WANTED-For five dry ; Tampa
We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor recommend it to anyone suffering from
cows and two horses. E. C. Smith. I will pay 15 per cent or more. If interested yesterday, to the great regret of the 36 inch for $2 99
any case of Deafness (caused by sprains." Sold by all druggists. Regular Price$3.75f ____ ______ ______
I inquire of Ditto & Maloney, many friends she made while here.
catarrh) that cannot be cured by HaU'sCatarrh
WANTED-To rent a cottage, in Ocala, FlaLEAKING
Cure. Send for circulars free SCHOOL OPENINGMiss

good location. Apply at Star office. I F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. I Are you interested in pnotography?

Sold by druggists 75c. Take Hall's Sharpe's school will reopen FAUCETS REPAIRED I Do you enjoy the many pleasures that Canvas Covered Trunks

Fresh roasted and new boiled pea Family Pills for constipation. FREE OF CHARGE come from the use of a little kodak? _
Monday, October 2, 1905, at the same ,
nuts day at Martin's news stand. Let do and I
every us your developing printing
roms 135 S. Second street. Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co.
for We will do It reasonably,
C. IL Campbell, formerly managerof Departments as usual-Kindergarten you.
At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of much less than you have been pay- (With Straps)
the Ocala water works, and for the Primary and Preparatory.For A CAR OF IRON BEDS
and Steamer Trunk
Bureau Saratoga Ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester,
past seven years in charge of the wa- further information address
84 Wenona street Ocala News Com-
We regret to hear of the illness in ter works of Charlotte, N. C.. Is now (Miss) Annie M. Sharpe, 32 S. FourthSt. We have just placed It our storea or 28 inch Regular Price $3.75 for- $2 90
pany. ---------- ----
amity of Sumter Brooks at Ber- located in the Equitable building, Atlanta ., Ocala, Florida. I solid carload of iron beds, among '

lln." Ga., as Southern manager for a which are over fifty different patternsto
Mr. Eminisor of Sparr who was in
fire hose company. BEST FOR CHILDREN I select from, and many different the city yesterday, rented one of Mr. 34 inch, Regular Price $5r00rfor------$3 99

Combs brushes, sponges, and all oth- prices. This is the handsomest line of Deuba'* houses, into which his family -

er toilet articles. Tydings and Com.: Buy an aiconoi stove tor 75c. at the Mothers, be careful of the health of iron beds In Florida. Come In and will move at the beginning of the

pany. Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea, your children. Look out for Coughs, look them over. Mclver & MacKay
school term, so that his children can
coffee, or any light cooking. Heats
Colds and
Croup Whooping Cough.
have the benefit of the Ocala school.Don't .
Limeades from fresh limes. Drink water in a jiffy, and only costs 2c. an Stop them in time-One Minute Cough FLORIDA PONIES FOR SALEA

freely and you won't get bilious. At hour to burn. Cure is the best remedy. Harmless and
forget, If you want to feel at
Troxler's.Dr. pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold lot of unbroken Florida ponies for !
home in a hotel, to stop with Colonel
I IHorne's Judge Bell returned this morning by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. sale at about $50 per head. Sound
Shipman of the Montezuma, where
E. Van Hood was called to you
from a flying legal visit to Dunnellon I and good animals. Can
young supply
will find a lot of jolly fellows to wel
still last night professional I
on and after arriving here heard a land almost number in
OCALA HOUSE CAFE any reason. They
business. II come you and who try to make it
trespass case-the state vs. William
be at Gibson & Gibson's,
Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot, .a may seen pleasant and homelike.The .
I Taylor. Carlos L. Sistrunk for the Grahamville FlaNUMEROUS
Welch's grape juice always on hand defense and Ray Bullock for the state.If I now open, under new management and ,

for family trade at the Postoffice first class in every respect. A la carteor Ocala Reading Club met yester-
Drugstore. meals to regular boarders, $6 per day at Miss Lilla Brumby's and enjoyed o i
you want an iron bed you woulddo Is Your Bathroom Modern ?
week through the months.G. pleasant afternoon. They I
summer a very
well to see those at :Mclver & MacKay's. Everything is in the when it a
Mr. B. B. King, the heavyweight R. Troxler, Proprietor. name reviewed the manners of the German You have for the healthof
cannot too safeguards
They have Just placed a solid comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. many as
hardware salesman, is at home for court and The club meets next
a press.
carload in the store, containing about DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered family and self especially the growing
day or two. COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE week at Miss Jewetfs.Do children.Bad
fifty different styles. some years ago how to make a salve i I or antique plumb-

You can get the Cosmopolitan Maga- from Witch Hazel that Is for II I the'
a specific is to
For a private detective phone No. 198, I I you suffer with asthma or catarrh i ing as dangerous
Two sizes of those famous Nashville I ine and the Weekly Star one year Piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching and : modern
or address Detective McEthridge, ? Then use Adam's Cure. Price, health as good or
Ocala Fla.Vance ranges "The Princess" have Just been I for $1.50, and the Cosmopollton one protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns, 60c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For I plumbing is beneficial.

received. This fine range (and there Is year and the Daily Star three monthsfor bruises and all skin diseases, DeWitt's
sale by Tydings & Co. The of renewing
none better) is 25 per cent. cheaper: 175. Cash in advance In each Salve has no equal. This has given your
Weathers of York a pros- bathroom with "StaubhT
than any other range of its value. The case. rise to numerous worthless counterfeits
perous farmer of that section, was in The latest addition to the Ocala ) i Ware will in reality be
Ocala Furniture Company. Ask for DeWltt's-the genuine.
town today. STARTLING MORTALITY Postoffice is a typewriter supplied to health assurance.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
( Postmaster Crom by the U. S. govern-
When ready for your fall paintingbe mortality _
Statistics show startling _
Cannon, next door to Captain Pooser's I ment. r 4' We have samples in
implement warehouse, is an up- sure to see us and get our priceson from appendicitis and peritonitis. To I Judge Bell is kept busy. Within I1 e our show rooms and will

paints, oils and lead. We can prevent and cure these awful diseases twenty-four hours he made two pro-
to-date of bicycles:
ladly quote w
save you money and give you the very there is just one reliable remedy, Dr. fessional visits to Dunnellon, got We carry at all times a big stockof -r

Fred Wei he. the jeweler, has some best goods obtainable. Marion Hard King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery of back this morning in time to hear a all heights of the famous American R. E. YONGE & CO. ;

very handsome diamonds. See them ware Company. 14 Custom House Place Chicago, says: land trespass case, tomorrow he will close mesh wire fencing. Write for \

quick, if you are interested. They have no equal for Constipation pass on Ed Pittman's dead ducks and circulars and prices on quantities. Ma-

Charles and Israel Vernon, two and Biliousness. 25c. at the AntiMonopoly Friday he will hear the Moss Bluff rion Hardware Company.Mr. .

Charcoal, egg coal and blacksmith's young colored boys, were arrested and Drugstore. troubles between Jack Snell and the
placed in Jail this afternoon for fight- F. B. Beckham is in the city, .
Tillises. The judge doesn't need to
coal will now be kept in stock at all
I ing a colored girl. Florence Wright,. spending a few days with his family.
times by Mclver & MacKay.At Nunnally's candles, fresh every week, "get busy; he is that already.
near Marti City. They will be given I by express, and only 60c. per pound. II; Mr. Beckham is spending a. good portion -

;' hearing tomorrow morning in Jus You don't have to pay for the name of his time at Newberry, giving LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This .
Rhclnat-er's the Latest Styles of
tice S. A. Bullock's court and there is his mercantile business his personal
In these goods, no
Ladies' Low Shoes, made by Utz & coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can be cast for any Institution -
sold in this market. Sold 3 attention.An
Dunn and Wickart &. Gardiner.Mr. better candy competing for the library, when properly filled out, signed and returned -
WA\TED-Posltlon as bookkeepeior and recommended by the Postoffice
earnest invitation Is extended to to the ballot boxes In any of the stores participating.Name .
assistant bookkeeper. Best of ref Drugstore.Revs. .
Hal G. Eagleton came up yesterday all chanceto .
Cans 25c. and visitors who
erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address Early June Peas strangers of Institution.........................................
afternoon, from Tampa, and be in the city to make themselvesat
"Star, Ocala Fla. C. C. Carroll and L. W.

wm be In town for several days.The Moore and Messrs. Lou Green and home in the Epworth Reading and Name. o/ Voter..................................n..u.f. '

I Stoves and ranges, and blue flamE Baxter and W. D. Cam will attend Social Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30to

purest an<* finest toilet soaps a oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Cal:I and encourage the temperance rally O.K.GROCERY. 10 p. m. Rooms over Teapot Gro- EVENING S1AR.W .
large stock of the best goods alwayson
hand. Tydings and Company. and look the stock over. Marioq Hard. at Anthony.D. cery.I I,

ware Company.Do .

Just received at the Ccala News Co., M. Boney, the eyesight specialist I An unfortunate couple arrived in

a choice lot of fire-proof bowls and you wish to purchase a home or will make free examination of your: town jesterday hunchback woman I ____ _- ,...
for investment? If I and her husband, who has lost one leg '
are you looking an
earthenware of all kinds. Call and see eyes from now until the 17th of September P. EDWAKDS
It. 80, let us tell you about our bargains. All work guaranteed. Opti- CLARK BROS. Proprietors and the other is paralyzed. He goes ,

DITTO & MALONEY. around in a wheel chair which he
cal parlors upstairs in Gary building.

M. 1:. Robinson, the Hub shoe man, propels with cranks, while the woman
Jap-a-Lac, the great furniture varnish takes collections. The man plays a SUCCESSOR ,
Is in town for a few days, and Is and stain, makes furniture lookike Have you seen those little alcohol

holding a continuous reception at his stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just guitar.
new. A full stock of all finishes Beef
sample room. the thing for these hot days, and cheap Dealer in Florida and Western
and all sizes of packages at the :Marion We have just received another car-
loo. Costs you 75c. for the stove and
Hardware Co. load of hay of different sizes,
Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the 2c. an hour to run It presses Pork and Mutton.
both portable and stationary. Marion -
scalp clean If used according to direc
Mr. B. W. Blount will leave tomorrow Hardware Company.
tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice Messrs. R. S. and T. C. Hall came Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time,
: for Saluda N. C., where he will of Meats and Produce
All Kinds
Drugstore.F. up this afternoon from Tampa to
i spend two weeks with his family and and When Needed.The We are exclusive agents for Elwood
spend a flew days in the city.
bring t them home with him. wire field fencing. Always in stock.
M. Simontbn. a prominent citizen Question of Embalming and Funeral Bought and Sold. _

of Tampa, is in Ocala today, on The finest and: most complete stockof Ask for prices. MArion Hardware ,
is Delicate One
J business connected with the G. & G. READ THIS: perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics Directing a Company. TELEPHONE NO. JOS CITY MARKET*
In the at and ,
city, Tydings Company. .
Railway Co. Would not it be Best for You to En-
Pryor, Tenn., June 1, 1901. WANTED-Good boy to milk cows Free

Dr. E. W. Louis MO.DearSir : There was a report in town today and drive delivery wagon. Box 93, Delivery.
... BOY WANTED boy who is not Hall. St. trust this Question to Those who Appre-
I that at the rally at An-
I have suffered several from Gainesville, Fla.
:'J going to school, and who will stick to : years
thony tomorrow there will be a joint ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know-
the business, is wanted at the Star of- kidney and bladder trouble and have ,
flee Apply at once. tried a number of preparations, but discussion on the "wet" or "dry" Issue. edge is of the Highest Standard M. Mansfield of Rochelle, N' L.

can truthfully say that nothing has I Bennett of Newberry, C. M. Hart of J. R. MARTIN & CO.

CURED OF Fort Meade B. C Webb
FOR SALE Steam cane mill Including proved so effective as your Texas TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE

evaporator. Never been used. Wonder, which I can truthfully re- Gee. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills, PROMPT ATTENTION and Dr. H. D. Snow of Floral City

Cash price $!:!Address, W. L. Low- commend. Geo. W. Claiborne.A Lawrence Co., N T. writes: "I had were late arrivals at the Montezuma

FixMr. kidney disease for many years and 94 and 167 yesterday. GENERAL LIVERYMEN!
1) rey, Homosassa, Day Phone No 10. Night
) TEXAS WONDEROne had been treated by physicians for I .

t Webb of The Fair, who has been small. bottle of the Texas Wonder twelve years; had taken a well known SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala, Fla. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN

In Jacksonville for several days, returned Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney! medicine and other remedies Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
that were recommended but got no Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft
home today. Mrs. 'Wdwt.'nt kidney and bladder troubles, removes
relief until I began using Foley's Kidney glow of health and a pure complexion Drummers, Carryalls. Saddle Horses etc.
on to Pablo fur a few weeks. gravel, cures diabetes, emis-
sions, weak and lame backs, rheuma- Cure. The first half bottle relieved FURNITURE MADE TO ORDEROld make all women beautiful. Take a

Mr. A. E. Burnett has cut quite a tism and all irregularities of the kid- me, and four bottles have cured me i small dose of Herbine after each meal; FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES!

number of pineapples from the little neys and bladder in both men and wo- of this terrible disease. Before I began it will prevent constipation and help

pinery at his residence. They have men. Regulates uladder troubles In taking Foley's Kidney Cure I had< I Furniture Made as Good as digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Wm.

been on sale at Martin's news stand. children. If not sold by your druggistwill to make water about every fifteen I M. Stroud Midlothian, Tex writes,
New.All Sale. Horses
Horses and Moles
be sent by mall on receipt of Jl. minutes, day and night, and passed a may 31, 1901:

All former patients and any others One small bottle is two months' treat- brick-dust substance, and sometimes a Kinds of Carpenter's and Repair "We have used Herbine In our family Boarded by the Month at Special! Rate.

who may wish to consult him are reminded ment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. slimy substance. I believe I would< Work Done in the Best Style and for eight years and found it the

that Dr. E. II. Armstrong, the Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, have died If I had not taken Foley's best medicine we ever used for constipation I

eye and nerve specialist, will be at the 0 box 6:9, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kidney Cure. Sold by the Postofflc at the Lowest Price bilious fever and malaria.' I J. R. MARTIN & CO:

Ocala. House September 15 and 16. testimonial Sold by all druggist Drugstore Ocala Fla. C. L. NELSON, Ocala, Fla. Sold by all druggistt.



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I, BARGAIN TIME .Writes About the,Game.Law and How Better, think Is Baby you. In fact Today quite wclL Father Strangled Hit Child and

4 1 Burning the Scrub Fat, round and full of life and mischiti Said He Had Made Another Angel A Healthy Liver Makes

The deer have improved wonderfully Pink and white leah, dotted with dia- for Heaven '

since the law has been passed to pro- No cough no indention. Montreal, Sept 12.-J. Albert Mar- A Well Man

hibit the felling of venison, but an All on account of
T .tin, son of the junior partner of Mayor
.-. I important point has been left out. LaPorte of this city after playing

a.. I How can the game live without a with his three children at his home

range. I have seen nothing but destruction !yesterday, took the youngest daughter,
The Ocala Steam of the for the last two I
5 Laundry game 5 years old into an adjoining room
rears. Fires have swept over hills and strangled her. When the crime

and valleys making it dangerous for was discovered Martin appeared to be

anyone to travel the road. There is perfectly cool and composed."I
administered mother whose love
--.,. -- nothing left for mile but black scrub I by a have made another angel for

> and white sand. Now the deer have was tempered with common sense. heaven" he said. He will be exam-

gone, and where have they gone to? She knows that OZOMULSION i ia i. ined by alienists. raau stAu

SEE OUR RED LIST It was a beautiful sight to travel along fountain of energy for grown-upi,
the roads and see the deer feeding. If too. It stops waste of flesh. It mattes Arrival and Departure of Trains at UYER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system

it is not law let u* make it so, that !i plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble OcalaSEABOARD I4 with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine. HERBINE is a guaranteed -

the man who strikes a match to burn folk it is the chief nourisher at life'i [" cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER

the roof from over the game shall feast It cures ''Consumption when AIR LINE f and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leav-
wear the ball and chain. These ranges [ ing any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for tha.tpurpose.
Ail sell it-
taken in time. druggists Schedule in Effect April 16 from
One bottle
purchased today may: save you
are set aside for the game and we
LUMBBRROUGH 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let ui SOUTHBOUND I a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Con
should them. The idea in
protect send youFree Leave-1:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. stipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all Liver
burning the range is to drive the deer
Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical pro-
Arrive from Jacksonville p. m.
Into open ground, so they can be killed Sample Bottle by Mail: and 2 a. In. fusion generally
easily. The scrub is not any good un- '
OR DRESSEDSee til six years after being burned. The Write letter or postal toOZOMULSION NORTHBOUND A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT

Arrive from Tampa-1 ITL, and 2
big scrub, bordering on the Sd: Johns ,. CO. I p.
or Phone river Lake George and the Oklawaha j i I 08 Pin Street New York a. m. Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician of UmatSHa
Leave 2:20 and 2:05
p. m., : a. m.
river was a great harbor for game of I -- Fla. says: "I have been using Herbine in my prac-
well with the results. I always
tice and am pleased
all kinds. Fifteen the deer
I I keep some on hand and think it a grand medicine
went in bunches, and the scrub looked I Northbound "
I i I for Biliousness and liver Complaints.
like hammock. What has become of I Sour Stomach"I
a I No. 78, from St. Petersburg, Lakelandand
PHONE NO. 25. Ocala FlaRestaurant. the deer? They have been killed and Tampa arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves Large _Bottle, SOc Avoid All Substitutes

shipped off and their range burned up.! 1 p. m., for Jacksonville.
oted Cueircti and feel like a new man.have Liniment Co.St.
I[ have shipped some of them myself i j been sufferer from djip">pi and tour stomach SouthboundNo. Ballard .
but I have not burned scrub. Itj i tor tholut two,e.ra. I have been taking medi-
any I ciao and other drugs but could find no retie only 31! from Jacksonville arrives Louis, U. S. A.
now looks more like old cleared fields. !I for a than lime. r will rrrommend Cucaret., to
j' my friend .. the only thing for indigestion and ;I235 p. rr ; leaves, 2:55: p. m.
I Xow, let us give the deer a rest and I I IOU stomach and to keep the bowels in good eondition. -
They are very pi..e0 eat.
keep the matches in our pockets. I Harry Buckley! Uauch Chunk Pa. I
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m., for Homo-
know the temptation is great, for I I -
moved in with the deer nearly three
I No. 45, leaves 10:05: a. m. for Juliette -
years ago. They travel around my The bowels. Archer, Lake City and points
I house every night. I have killed five \ north.

during that time. Heretofore I have No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa,

I killed that many on one camp hunt. I Inverness and points south. '
DANDY CAT1WtT1C No. 44 arrives 9:40 from Ho- ATLANTIC
a. m.
.%. First Class Meals I I warden have been for Marion appointed and I game have I mosassa. COAST LINE

No. 46 arrives 12:20: p. m., from Inverness -
not accepted the position to gain the I Juliette and points south.
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining ill will of the hunters, but it will be ; Pleasant.P l.Uble,Potent.Taste Good.Do Good. No. 48 arrives 6 p. m., from Homo- THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA .
i a good idea for them to look for !1, Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe. tOe:S! e.We.Never "sassa. I ,
1 told ia balk. The genuine tables tumped C C.
Marsh before shooting a deer out of Guaranteed to cure or your money back. ..
i I I
Room until midnight. Personal season. L. D. Marsh. Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. egg I i -CONNECTIONSI'O -
open box-
We are heaaquarters for fancy
attention given to special orders, anythingthe STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS SALE oaper, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, RichmondAll

market offers prepared for the table on ---- Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.

short notice. When your ship or health strikes the LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. .0 THE WEST
THE COLORED PEOPLE'S ( Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu-
I Flyer route via Atlanta.
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar monia, etc., you are lost if you don't I Very Low Rats Round Trip Summer DEPARTMENTRev.

get help from Dr. King's New Discov- I Tourist TicketsOn TO THE EAST Via Sar. &: Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphiaand

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. ery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington.
of Talladega Springs Ala., writes: "I sale daily to various resorts North J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. Vu and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

Special Price to Regular Boarders had been very ill with Pneumonia, under and West, limited to October 31 to return Transportation Company for Baltimore and Phlladel-

the care of two doctors, but was including CHICAGO MILWAP- Steamship phia
See the editor about dues.
ST. PAUL, your
getting no better, when I began takingDr. KEE
THE OARMI3HAEL & SON GO DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and I KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pentnsuiar ana Occidental Steamship Co.
King's New Discovery. The first Louis Casminski is convalescent.
PUEBLO. Route of the celebrated trains. New York ..nd Florida Special, Florida
dose gave relief and one bottle curedme. I \
." Sure cure for sore throat, bronchitis Extremity Low Rates to Portland, Ore. Mrs. Hennie Haines is suffering very I and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
At McGrath's Stand I I
much from neuralgia.
coughs and colds. Guaranteedat Account Lewis &; Clark Centennial Exposition -. Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates sched

-- the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, ; also to SAN FRANCISCOand The Ocala district conference of the I ules, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. Hartsell, D. P.

SOc and Jl- Trial bottle free. LOS ANGELES. M. E. church metts today at Reddick. A., Tampa; W. J. Craig G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson T. M.. Wilmington; N. C.

ONLY LINE operating through A great meeting Is expected. I
If You Need KENDRICKMr. sleepers from Florida to Chicago. II L .

I ONLY LINE operating through Richard Miles daughter. Mrs. Lily I .
I ., .
and Mrs. J. B. Webb of the sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with Stark, died last night at the home of -- --- .- --

A Money, Standard Lime Compatfy left last I DINING CAR SERVICE. her father, in this city.\

week for Cedar Rapids, la. where they I Through Tourist Sleepers to California I WE ARE OPENING UP
Mrs. Kate Watson leaves today for
v were very unexpectedly called to the FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS s
Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP the East Coast in search of health.
II'i bedside of a sick daughter.Mrs. Finest Dining car oorvice; in the South
We hope her trip will\ be beneficial.
/: You can get the most liberal loans on your Dia- A. A. Olin, Miss Sistrunk and ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N.

monds, Watches, Jewelry, Furniture Tools and all her sister, Mrs. Davis, were in Ocala For rates and schedules to any joint i For eomiortable lodging and good WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA

i Kinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED Monday afternoon on a shopping ex- I meals rail at th3 Mack House. Terms
for Pullman
1 North or West, and re-
I PLEDGES FOR SALE pedition. servations call on or write George E. very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack, GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Miss Beulah Carrington hall been I .
II L All Business Strictly Confidential spending a few days with her brotbor. Herring Fla. Pass. Agt., L. & N. R. R. proprietress.Entt'rtainmllnt I Low rate tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON

S. _' M. RUBIN, Proprietor. Mr. J. E. Turnipseed. 206 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. at Odd Fellows' hall MOUNTAIN ROUTE to points in ARKANSAS, TEXAS OKLAHOMA -

o .t9 Mr. W. J. Burke has been the Monday night in the interest of the '
ago 14 North Magnolia SU Ocala, FloridaOver on
and INDIAN TERRITORY the first and third Tuesdays of
sick list for the past few days, but is This Is kodak weather. We sell ko- I K. of P. B. J. Mitchell manager; Mrs.!'

somewhat improved at this writing.The II daks and kodak things. The Postoftice Martha Morgan, matron. each month up to and including December. HOMESEEKERS'tickets

youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. I Drugstore. I will also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA, COLORADO -
Call at the Big Oak Tree market on
W. B. Livingston happened to the accident I i- West Broadway for your choice beef, IDAHO. MONTANA, NEVADA NEW MEXICO and UTAH.
of stepping into hot ashes Mon
I pork, sausage, fish, etc. Vegetables In ESPECIALLY LOW JUTES TO DENVER and return August
day. Her feet were badly burned.
Half MillionSATISFIED season. Satisfaction guaranteed.Jones .
a Mrs. Annie Stroud of Ocala is visiting i 29 to September 3, inclusive, account National Encampment G.
and Thomas, managers.
her sister, Mrs. C. E. Nix, and has I to I A. R.

CUSTOMERSDo quite a large music class here. Bear this in mind: You can have J I
The piano craze has about (.t>as d. CALIFORNIAand your clippers ground at L. Green's

you think such an enormous business could be built up and Within the past two weeks seven new barber shop on his lightning clipper and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.

continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? pianos and two new organs have been theNORTH grinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L. Write me if you want reliable information. Free literature

Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our (placed in the homes of the aristocratsof Green, barber, West Broadway.The mailed
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? our little town. on request.

Do you think U. S, Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business Miss Hattie Sims is spending a few WESTDIXIE entertainment Monday night at Missouri Pacific Ry. T. E. REHLANDER,
and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using days with Miss Minnie Butts, bookkeeper Odd Fellows' hall was excellent. Wil-
HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? Inn Mountain Route.
for the Standard Lime Co. lie Richardson was at his best, with
Do think doctors would recommend it and it if it ,
.,wasn't absolutely you pure and unadulterated? hospitals use during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. FLYER ROUTE his famous quartette. J. B. Stewart Texas & Pacific Railway. / Traveling Passenger Agent,

Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. Webb. furnished excellent music.!' International &. Grt. Northern.
Your Mr. O. G. Olin is Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
money back if you are not satisfied. gathering his corn,
Invitation cards are out announcingthe Denver & Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
and says it is the finest raised in this Railway
United States Senate,Washington, D. C. marriage of Miss Marie Dempson,

"I have found Hayaer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." vicinity for many years. $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, the charming daughter of Mrs. Laura
Ii'... Stewart. Mr. C C. Priest has resigned as the
Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. Dempson, to Mr. Benjamin J. Mitchell ,
U.S. Senator from Nevada. honorable judge of district No. 29, I
Wednesday evening, September 20, at
and his resignation has been acceptedby $49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Mis. 7:30 o'clock at Zion M. E. church. II I II

the governor. The vacancy causedby I soula, and Intermediate Points. II I

HAYNER WHISKEY Mr. Priest's resignation still remains The Bee Hive Is the place to get
to be filled. $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Van- watches, clocks and jewelry repaired.

It is expected that the public school j i couver and Points in British Colum Wire jewelry made to order. Dry

will begin here next Monday. September -i I bia. goods, glassware, etc., at special prices. CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST

FULL EXPRESS 18, with Miss Elsie Schneider as S. S. Bellamp superintendent. No.
4 $3.20 teacher. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tlf- Via Chocago, Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas City Is th ,
20, West Broadway.
ton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
QUARTS PREPAIDOUR Y \ Nashville and St. Louis.
GAITERVILLE A. W. Walker, the world champion UNION PACIFIC

TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and shaver and hair cutter, has opened a
OFFER W* will send< you In a plaiD' sealed case with no I
barber shop in Fred Powers' block.
Misses Cora and Inez Ross visited evening. Through sleepers on night I
marks to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART '
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.3)) and we Ocala] Saturday.Mr. I trains for St. Louis and Chicago. Try his keen razor:, hair clippers and and connections with through sleeping cars. One-Way Colonist .

will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have your doctor I scissors and be convinced of his super-
N. C. Deas and family made a Tickets on sale 15 to Oc- Hates sale from October
September on September 15 to 1905
test It-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say Ior skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. Razors ,
and perfectly satisfactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE aDd your business trip to Shady last Friday, returning tober 31, Inclusive.
$120 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer Yoc Sunday. --- - :and concaved in good shape. to California, Oregon, Washington; Montana, Utah, etc.
don't risk a cent.
Mrs. T W. Robinson was the guest The Gilmore Orchestra the leading Special Round-trip Rates to California and the Lewis and
Orders for Ariz.,Cat.Col. Idaho.Mont..Nev..N.Mex..Ore..Utah Wasluor of Mrs. Belle Deas .
Wyo..must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for$.OO by Kxpreaa Prepaid Monday.Mr musical organization of the city, paid
or XO Quarts for.15.40,by Freight I'repatd. }-'. L. Ross made a flying tripto THE t its respects to the editor's home last Clark Exposition: at Portland. Oregon, until September 28th.

Write our nearest office and do it NOW. Ocala Saturday. night at 12 o'clock. The music wasexceedingly Ask for through rate from your station and secure literature.
Messrs.! J. T. Ross and N. C. Deas
fine and ,
enchanting as
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY A.Dt were business visitors in the Brick TEXAS PACIFlC some very choice selections were ren- Information Cheerfully Given.

Atlanta, Ca. Dayton, 0. St. Louis, Ma .St Paul.Minn. City Saturday. dered closing with the favorite song,
Mr IL E. Brass is on the sick list fop G. W. ELY, T. P. A. J. VANKE.VSSKLAFJL. Gen'l Agt.
"The Coon and the Bear. This orchestra -
week. stands ready to serve the pub- 13 Peachtree Street., Atlanta. Ga.

Little Miss Edith Rediing( of Shadyis I He at entertainments, socials, parties,

in Gaiter. attending school. j tete.
)Ir. H. A. Ross purchased a load of The Great Eastern I

furniture last week in Ocala. Mrs. Jane Thomas, who died yesterday -
Violet. and Western Line I morning, was a member of Mt. BEYOND THE ROCKIES

Across the Entire States ofLUU1SIAA Moriah Baptist church. She is the

ABSCESS sister of Mrs. S.uannahUliams. Her

do1Dyspepsia I end was peaceful. She leaves a husband -
with few exceptionsare
inicative of constipation or debil IEXAJ dud mother, sister and four childrenand THE PORTLAND FAIRDO
a host of friends to mourn her

ity.W. H. Harrison Cleveland Miss. death. Her funeral service was attended -
NO TROUBLE TO ASSwER QUESTION today at New Zion Baptist
writes Aug. 15, 190: "I want to say a
word of praise for Ballard's Snow Lin- Direct Line I church. The Star extends sympathy. YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?
to Keep in memory that the Woman's
iment. I
stepped on a nail, which
caused the cords in my leg to coa- NORTH TEXAS I Home Mission and Educational Convention -
meets at Brooksville on September Not unly the Pacific Northwest, revolving about a wonder
tract and an abscess: to rise in my
knee and the doctor told me that I NhW MhXICO 21 in Ebenezer Baptist church. fully unique and bizarre exposition, with a trip to California

Cure would have a stiff leg, so one dayI ARIZONAand Mrs. B. E. Ellis president. an the side, but a stop-over in Colorado en route. All these

went to J. F. Lord's drugstore, (whois Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen noted sections of the country, which every good American intends
now in Denver. Col). He
Gins rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion,dyspepsia, sour stomach mended a bottle of Snow Liniment. I Years of Suffering"I I to visit some time, can be taken in this year at the one

tired stomach, weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach, nervous got a 50c size, and it cured my leg. It CALIFORNIA had been troubled with lame back I low rate announced for the Exposition.

stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed curs.I is the best liniment in the world." Sold W dInt FOR SEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FEKJr for fifteen years and I found a com-

***** M 11*Lit DI. IMMaf 1"..Eel .....,tvsw by all druggists. plete recovery in the use of Chamber- Geo. K. LEE, S. L. PARROTT,
arawey.t s.e D.Attt sM E. TURNER I lain's Pain Balm." John G. Eisner. Rock 1 Isand! l v II. .. ,Ite .,..,k ...., ttM U auk U tit says
.es.A. All ..... ata.w..ssU. Why not cover your floors with good General! Gillam Ind. This liniment is also with- Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt., i
matting? That's!! the only kind we Passenger Agent out an equal for sprains and bruises. System

.. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla have. Ocala Furniture Company. I DALLAS, TEXAS For sale' by the PostofUce. > Drugstore. Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga _.>

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