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The Ocala evening star.

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Title:
The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

Notes

Abstract:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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11319113 ( OCLC )
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]JUST ARRIVED: M N MNT[ T M'LINLEYt' !I I' --- .., ''S'-I. r .-..DvJioct .., -0' A FLORIDA ml'S' f FORTUNE'T [' 'Phone 150HERMITAGE 3., ':

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I Every Lady's Dressing Chamber 'i\ <..J' I DAIRYFor I
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New Walnuts, Cornerstone Laid in Canton, Ohio, Yesterday i should be equipped vvhh a dainty snovv-vvhiie, onepiece"ClattdardPorcelain (MVa54I '!'If Miss Dell Frances Mimms will Show

on the Fourth Anniversary Enameled Lavatory. -fY | Up, She Will Get Fifty Thousand Your
Brazil Nets s I !1 DollarsI
I of His Death
Have ou ever stopped to consider \
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and Almonds. I Conton, 0., Sept. 15.-Yesterday was I .1t1/"o- !. how delightfully! : convenient it wouldV.' I i Miss Dell Frances Minims: TV ho Pure Milk and Cream

the fouth anniversarytof the death of I r.1 .Jt.:., l-e to Live hot and cold running water ft\ formerly lived in St. Augustine, can be

the late President McKinley and all dr -=---'- 1 n in dressing chamber sleeping I found, the Metropolis has Let"nir.rorm-I,
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Filled. Figs:, liaisiiis: Currants; I ii'l your: Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
the flags of the city were at half mast. I I I1': 9..t -:: apartment or rst-fi"cr toilet room? ed that she is the heiress to $20,000 in

and Guava Jelly. Evaporated Heautlful flower pieces were sent from i I rr,, ,;;. Cf:i
Fruits, Fresh: and Clean. Calf all parts of the country, and were deposited rr.-zr.I rJ, \Yo(R';f1.---::; degree: ct-c m.If .r.:..--:. I ir Niobraraeb..

J Foot Jelly.Maraschino. on the McKinley vault. Mrs t::/) ',\ir' :: -, {i \ We will gladly quote you prices. I Ir : Tie Mel's informant is Joseph T.

r McKinley visited the cemetery early f'' '" ;,& ,J.,,_" Our plumbers are strictly competent i !Mayer, of this city, who says that

in the morning and deposited flowers I I t/' ;: = mechanics honest and reliable. 1t I I Sergeant P. M. Walls died last Mayj
I I I
Cherries
Figs, on the resting place of her deceased I j while serving in the army in the FiliI BARGAIN TIME I
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Pineapple and husband. Many citizens of Canton I iand i4--w.I I! pines Walls, in his sill, left all his

Nuts. some visitors from outside paid j belongings to Miss Mimms, but Mr.

their respects to the former president I I Mayer has not succeeded in locating HT: '

and decorated his grave. Among the : ''iier and now asks the Metropolis to I
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY.
flower J'itlst're some by President ; I help l find the heiress. I
Roosevelt! Secretary Wilson, and oth r i FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC CO. i I
Ii If any reader of this paper knows ]! The Ocala Steam
members of the cabinet, and several i LaundrySEE
1 I I anything relating to the whereabouts I
high officials, judges of the supreme
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DO YOU WANT court, and others.In I --- --- --------I I II 1 cf Miss Minims please communicatewith
the editor of the Metropolis or
the afternoon the cornerstone of I LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND I RED CROSS MATTRESSES
I Mr. Jacksomille Metropolis,
I Mayer.-
TO BUY ADo the national monument to the memory R. R. ACCOUNTING
of McKinley was laid on Monument i Sre the samples! cut from Red Cross''! 14th.

Hill by Justice\ William P. Day allitary mattresses at :\lcI"erlac- OUR RED LIST
ISO:; to J3uO a month salary :assured .
president of the McKinley h'morlall) our graduates under bond. Our six I I Kay' These mattresses are ma.l"l'fmm i! GIVEN UP TO DIEB. .
I Association, and an intimate\ friend and I the finest cotton, are In t\\o1 i
r. neighbor of President McKinley schools the largest in America and endorsed I styles, "Perfection," and "Tufted." Speigel 1201 N. Virginia St., Ev-

l I.y all railroad: Write for catalogue I and both covered, with pretty art tick I ::nsvll1e, Ind., writes: "For over five'I

THReE JURORS CUREDOf More School of Telegraphy, ing. The mattresses are warrantednever years I was troubled with kidney and i r

I --- t I: Cincinnati 0., Huffalo, N Y.. Atlanta. to get hard or lumpy. The pricesare I balder affections which caused meI:
Cholera Morbus With One Small r i i Oa., Ia Crosse Wis., Texarkana. Tex. $H and Jlj:; fur the two styles. much pain and worry. I lost flesh and II

I Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol I San I'rar.cisco, Cal.ALWAYS ThtI'tis nothing better made ,and every was all run down, and a year ago had PROTECT 1 .
mattress is fully guaranteed. to :abandon work entirely. I bad threeof I YOUR BOOKS !
I era'and Diarrhoea RemedyMr. SUCCESSFULi the best physicians, who did me ,

G. "-. Fowler of Hightower, Ala., I I DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON no good, and I was practically givenup j y1 They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
You To relates he had while i I to die. Cure house exposed to dust and damage! Of course you
Want an experience i indigestion becomes chronic I Foley's Kidney was!
can't help it, if your book-case is full' and of the old _
serving on a petit jury in a murdercase [ it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure II Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I recommended and the first bottle gave i style solid construction. Better get rid of such a case ,
Sell Rent or Buy at Edwardsville, county seat of will ewe indigestion and all troubles IIcnt>" and Tar as a throat and lung I me great relief, and after taking the or start a new one that will always accommodate your .
Clebourne county, Alabama He says: I resulting therefrom, thus preventing lemedy, and on account of the great I second bottle I was entirely cured." books without being either too large or too small-one
a House Store "While there I ate some fresh meat I Catarrh of the Stomach. Dr. New-I merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- I Soil by the Postoffice DrugstoreoIOcaa that grows with your library and always fits it The"Elastic"

and some souse meat and it gave me !j brough of League, W. Ya, says: "To tv and Tar many imitations are offer-I i : Fla .

Lot, or Farm? cholera morbus in a very severe form. 'I those suffering from indigestion OP" 'II ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's I 9tub c crq>ickc
I was never more sick in my life and sour stomach would say there Is no j Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute j II I A FLAG RETURNED

Do You Want to sent to the drugstore for a certain i bt-tter remedy than Kodol DyspepsiaCure. offered, as no other preparation BooK-Case

cholera mixture, but the druggist sent I have prescribed it for a numb | will give the same satisfaction. Chicago, Ill., Sept. 15.-An old shot-

Insure Life me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, 1 .-r of my patients with good success." I It i* mildly laxative. It contains no I Il.hhS pierced, ragged Confederate flag, one is the original and only up-to-date sectional bookcaseand
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead Kodol Dvspepcia Cure digests what c : and is safest for children! and I. of the last in Illinois, was taken from I is made by the largest manufacturers of such goods
Limb or Property? saying that he had what I sent I you rat and makes the stomach !sweet.'! j ueiicate persons.' Sold by the Post- '' the walls Memorial lull last night I in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades, sizes

} for, but this medicine was so much I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I office Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. ,and formally returned to the Thirteenth I and prices, adapted to
I better that he would rather send it tome I Ji j Volunteers. : any and all require-
THEN: LOSE NO : I Virginia The flag I ments. It's a system of
in the fix I was in. I took one dose I -- ----- -- --- -- ----------
i was captured at the battle of Poole- I < units, each unit fitted
TIME IN SEEING of it and was better in five minutes. I ville in 1S62 Illinois
II : by the Eighth regiment i with the perfection dust-
I H. ROBINSON President. J. C. EOOZER, Assistant I
The second dose cured me entirely.Two Manager. and brought to Chicago. At a l proof roller- bearing
DITTO & MALONEY fellow jurors were afflicted in S. H, BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. meeting of theUnitalConfederate Veterans door. But w e'" be gladto
the same manner and one small bottle Camp No. 8, it voted that show them if you call
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cured the three of us" For sale by the old flag be returned to the remnantof or will send illustrated
111 For the Postoffice Drugstore. t catalogue on request '
i the regiment from which it was ta- I
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WATCHESAnd COMMERCIAL\ BANK I ken.
PAUL AND HIS VICTIM I I 'I

1 I A LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP i J J"A i.

REPAIRSGO I A Brief History of the Two Actors I I
I OGALA I FLORIDA. I
10 in the Tragedy at Tarpon cold or cough nearly always pro-

SpringsThe duces constipation-the water all runs
F. G. B. WEIHE I, to the eyes, nose and throat instead of
Jacksonville Metropolis of the< Your Iuines: with us will Protect you Against passing out of the system through the

The Jeweler. 14th sajs: liver and kidneys. Ivor the want of;
In 1901. Mr. Paul came to Jackson Burglary, Fire and C'arolis' ? Handling of Funds. moisture the bowels become dry and jI
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I vine from Massachusetts to work as an I I harJ." Kennedj's Laxative Honey and

architect and house builder. In 1903' i, Tar is the original Laxative Cough I
Perlection Canopies he received a flattering offer from Tarpon j Syrup. It meets and corrects the I II ji SOLD BY
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS
Springs and accepted it. He became i I alove conditions, by acting as a pleasant |

acquainted with Mrs. Jeanie M.1.i I I cathartic on the bowels-expels Mclver and MacKay
i Conol)', of this city, and seemed to beat unu I all colds from the system and cures all I ,

I once enamored of her. He pi ssed 1- j coughs, croup, whooping cough, Ia-I
his suit and at last secured her consent THE OCKLAWAHA INN I grippe, bronchitis, etc. Sold by the I Ii DGALEFtS IN

of marriage, and that event was I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
rIk. consummated on July 2. 19 4, and i i

they haves lwt' resided at Tarpon .. ... A Pleasant, Homelike House; : FROST IN NEW ENGLANDI FURNITUftE fiND HOUSEHOLD FuRIijsllIas

Springs, where they were apparently I _
Airy Rooms and the I
Elegant
and ,
leading a happy, peaceful successful r I I Xew York, Sept 15.-Reports received -
life.\ Choicest Table Board. ': this morning from the New I <::) CAL-A.! LORI:;:) A.
About two months Mrs. Paul very
w.
ago I England States say that frost fell in I 1
visited her relations in Jacki-onville I
; that section last
Rates Summer night.
Special in to
and spent two weeks with them and I! Much to is .--
damage crops reported r'tl
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SEE T"T SPUING'A PACKAGE; the news of her death to them last Weekly and Monthly Boarders. i from this fro't. In New York State --
night was like a thunderclap from a j frost was also reported from several

The best on earth for either Iron or clear sky.A sections, as well as from Kane, Pa. Is Your Bathroom Modern.e? I '

wood beds, or children's cribs. Most Confederate's Daughter t I Northern Vermont snow is reported: 6M1 4
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durable, sanitary and time saving. We I Mrs. Paul was born in Jefferson ., .. MRS. HATCHELL, I to have fallen during the night. The You cannot have too many safeguards for the healthof roq asp y4

are headquarters for everything in I county Florida on January, H62< I Proprietress. freezing point was recorded at Con- family and self especially the growing children.
Her father was Major James M. Kil- i '- i curd X H.. and Augusta, Me A high' Bad I
j'j'I or antique plumb.
beds of bed from the "
fittings canopyto wind is reported to have saved the
patrick who went into the Confederatearmy OCALA FLORIDA I
is the'health
ing as dangerous to
the springs. Our prices are always in Captain I.ingford's company I (I cranberry crop in the Cape Cod dis-
as good or modern
and was killed in the battle of Re aca. -- ---- -- ---- -- -- ---- --- ----- --- ,trict. 4*
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right.McIVER Ga. Mrs. Paul's mother was a Mn I plumbing
& MacKAY Julia Jones, who died In Lake Citya I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OFHARDWARE THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO 'l'' Q ',i --. The cost of renewing your
few weeks after the death of her bathroom with "St4a4"

husband. Mrs. Paul was reared by her Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey 0'w, Ware will in reality be

grandfather, the late David Jones' j Grove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo # health assurance. gWe
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and his two daughters, Mrs W. W.I, from Liver and Kidney trouble. In have samples in
Douglass and Miss Kate E. Jones. In '! a recent letter, he says: "I was nearly -s' "v'
l our show rooms and will
lS6S the family came to Jacksonville\ to i dead of these complaints! and although I fu
Madly nwteW\ prices.
reside, and here Mrs. Paul has resided 1 I tried my family doctor he did me v y Swr

nearly ever since, and was know t8'' no good; so I got a ;30c.; bottle of your I .
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing R. E. YONGE & CO.
many of our people as a pure and UI'i i I. great Electric Bitters, which cured me. I
right woman and through all of her I I consider them the best medicine on :

domestic troubles of her first marriage and ?Mill earth, and thank God, who gave you ,
'' Phosphate Turpentine Supplies. '
she ever maintained a cheerful and the knowledge to make them." Sold j

I! sunny disposition, working hard as a .',and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia J .
lD i tr- 'i dressmaker to sustain herself and to Sash Doors. Blinds and Glass Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the -
: properly rear and educate her only Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. II
I ',t FI
.. j I child a son-John F. Conoly-now In V/ If You
Nee'f'Money
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;; business at P..nS
,, I from the State University nearly two I
5__,.,_. I, years ago. He became 21 years old Coj>enhagen. Sept. 15.-The Swedish'government I ,
this week, and he cannot reach the city has purchased a large i

I Clever Gotpiercial I now tions.owing to the Quarantine restric : quantity: of provisions for immediate. i 'f Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP .
delivery at Gothenburg. I .t.tI

I Traveler For five years Mrs. Conoly was a j This movement is considered very I I I, you can get the most liberal loans on your Diamonds -

member of the First Baptist church 'i j significant, owing to the strained relations -1. j Watches Jewelry, Furniture. Tools and all
Knows the value of a swell rig when choir and on her recentis.it to the between Norway and Sweden. It 'I Kinds: of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED y

callirs .." his patrons and If he has city she was prevailed upon to sins I i is! claimed that the purchase of these" j I II s PLEDGES FOR SALC

1 leen in Ocala before he knows that once again in the choir. She was. however I provisions is for the army, and that it ]''I i ir 47
the place: to secure one, with good a member of St. Johns Episcopal !I.IS for war purposes! j jI i I All Business Strictly Confidential

driver, hansom" buggy, or carryall church of this cityShe was never I I M. RUBIN, Proprietor.

with plenty of room to stow: away his at Miami, as stated in the TimesUnion I ABSCESS I ;.>..:_' G co 14 North Magnolia St. Ocala. Florid

sample cases and well groomed, well today. That was another Mrs. I:i ABSCESSES. with few exceptions I I r
fed horses, fine as silk: can always be Conoly. : are Inicative of constipation or d"bil- i
procured here at low prices. We will I Mr Paul has a father sister and ity.

give you good service at low cost. I brother, residing in Maine and Vermont HAY TEDDERSHay VII, Harrison Cleveland Miss,I I

writes, Aug Iii, 190:!: "I want to say a l LJJMBROUGH
S. STANDLEY & CO. .
I word of praise for Ballard's Snow Lin- I I II

DEVOURED BY WORMS Presses, Mowers, Rakes, Knife and Tool Grinders im nt. I stepped on a nail, which I I It t 1Yr .
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Children often cry. not from pain, caused the cords in my leg to con _
L.ALEXANDERPractical but from hunger, although fed abund- I A Ct-in t ;,'eve Stiu.k ,If Repairs for UothDEER1NG tract and an abscess to rise in my OR D :

antly. The entire trouble arises from I knee, and the doctor toll me that I,
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inanition, their food is not assimilated, would have a stiff leg, so one dayI I See or 7.
but devoured by worms.A i I Machines and Implements. went to J. F. Lord's drus=tore (whois II '

CARPENTER AND BUILDER few doses: of White's Cream Ver now in Denver, CoDHe recommended -I

'" mifuge will cause them to cease cry- a bottle of Snow Liniment I apj
i Careful estimates made on all contract Ing and begin to thrive at once, very MARION HARDWARE COMPANY got a 5f'c.' size and It cured my leg. It e f'
work lives more and better work much to the surprise and joy of the: is the best liniment in the world." Sold i

t for the money than any other in town. mother. Sold by all druggists. 1 SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD S. MACDUF.: ,by all druggists I PHO _
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EVENING STARC. MARION WILL- EXHIBIT ruNRij & CRAMBL1S HER LATEST. CAPITAL $50,000.00 "


It is now an assured thing that Marion ,

L BITTINGER & CO. county will exhibit at the great The ptc Ii the mnila.ry department
of dowixowa store. It 1*
South Florida Fair to be held at Tampa a btf HERBERT A. FORD President.- ",
Just after luachton time tad the ex .
C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll in November.A GEO. H. FORD, Vice President -.
tremely l. with
iant 7 ucg woman "
number of this county's most progressive BANKERSOcala
Proprietors and Publishers.C. : tke ticc dl&l7 lure golden pompadour : F. WATSON.SCashier.. -c::
this
citizens held a meeting in I ,"4&-
the It readjusting this adornment before _
city Wednesday afternoon for
L BITTINGER, j one of the many ralrrors. Her P.
purpose of discussing the matter of an

Editor and General Manager exhibition and the best method to Florida fekirta trail languidly oa the floor and
i she moves with f&waUke grace modified -
raise funds with which to defray the NATIONAL BANK
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i. by the ffect ef a very much-
R. R. CARROLL, expenses. The sum of $500 was pledged iI CENTRAOF
I dipped belt She ape&ka to a second
among those present and a reso-
City Editor and Business Manager person as impressIve appearing as
lution was passed to ask the county I
I i herself!! who it assorting some velvet _
commissioners to appropriate as much
LOANS. DEPOSITS. II I flowers from the case. OCALA. '
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING more and it is .almost certain that .
I "Hello, :Marine! I haven't seen .
with do It.
they 'I you to speak te all morning. Whydidn't
If are going to build anything. Marion I
you With J1000. properly expended, -
I you go to the party last night? J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON
from a cedar clothes chest to a fine county can make an exhibit at !
COHSERYATISM ACCOMMODATIOLR. Indeed and I didn't go with Harry.He's GEO lAcKA Y. ED HILLER.
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residence or a brick block. don't fail Tampa which is almost sure of takingthe Directors
not in it with the gentleman ?
write for estimates tcr J. Mc- HERBERT A. FORD.lR. GEORGE FORD.
to see or magnificent first prize of $2000 for I it's
1 1I who took me. His name? Why,
:-. ealy, the contractor and builder the best general exhibit from one coun- I Mr. James D. Kenna and heSs a I S. J[ALL.I .

"The Man Who Doesn't Wait" No. ty. The second prize is $1000, third,
D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK i broker. No. hi really doesn't own the -

1%. Fort King avenue Ocala. Fla. $500 and so on dowi.The I! office, but the man couldn't do business I

county will be sure, in additionto I without him. How'd I know? SCHOOL OPENINGMiss ,
FULLER & BLALOCK
DRESSERS AND WASHSTANDS her chances of winning one of the Why he told me himself. He keeps WATCHES OF WORTH

larger prizes to take several of the I books there, if you really want to Sharpe's school' will reopen! .

'We have a particularly fine stock of smaller ones and our individual exhibitors -,. DENTAL SURGEONS know-I never saw such an inqusitive .Ionday, October 2, 1905, at the same

odd dressers and waehstands! in all will certainly take care of. I person as you are, Mayme! Say, you -!)ms. 135 S. Second street. _

prices styles and woods. See the line themselves, and do as Marion county Office Over Mflnroe & Chambliss' Bank j I ought to Me his tie: -and he has the Departments as usual-Kindergarten In choosing such Ii constant companion as a watch, one should be carefulto

people have always done-win a full Primary and Preparatory. I j
Before buying elsewhere. OCALA, FLA. most elegant manners! He makes For further information address I Ii select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch
Mclver & MacKay. share' of prize money and blue rib- j Harry look like 29 cents. Somehow I

bons.!' I think selling dress goods doesn't givea i (Miss! ) Annie M. Sharpe, 32 S. FourthSt. sold. _

$25 REWARDI We know definitely that several of Terms, Cash. I man any fascination. Harry is get .. Ocala, Florida. There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment .f

our enterprising farmers and stock ting awfully humdrum. Now, Mr. reliable movements and fine cases than: you may choose from here. Our guarantee

raisers will make. fine individual exhibits BEST FOR CHILDREN
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Kcnna
will\ pay a reward of $13 for con- 1-- -yea goes with every or.a of course.

Tiction of any man In Marion county among them being the Edwards J.ESCHACEDNTPIL "Oh, that hat. madam, is $30. Xo.e'8 ; We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watches-botnmen's
Bros.. II. H. Whitworth of the Hiawatha Mothers, be careful of the health of
.- like it cheaper.

%5 anywhere
and nothing
the law $
for violating game .
Lake Stock Farm, Z. C. Cham- I your children. Look out for Coughs and women's. We carry and fully recommend Simmons' watch chair-
where the party lives in Ocala. SURGEON .
bliss\ of the Palmetto Park Stock Farm, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough., the best known high quality, gold filled chains mace.
Henry Gordon. Sheriff. "Did you ever see such a rig,
Captain S. R. Pyles and Messrs. W. M. Stop them in time-One Minute Cough.

I I Ght and S. H. Gaitskill of McIntosh, Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bid'sOCALA I I Maynif? I know her kind. She'd have Cure is the best remedy. Harmless and' _
STARTLING MORTALITY around three hours if Ihadn't 'I
bothered
and such an exhibit of blooded cattle FLA. I I pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold A.
E. BURNETT
i scared her off with that price,
and hogs as will be made has prob- by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Statistics show startling mortality and I do want to tell you about Mr. I
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ably never been seen before in Florida.
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To Terms, Cash. Kenna. It has all been so romantic. I
Each individual exhibitor will defray I I AN OPPORTUNITYAll
prevent and cure these awful diseases -, .. i The first time we met, or that I noticed i -
his own expenses. both in transporting I -
there is just one reliable remedy Dr.King's him, he helped me off a street
and whileat -00- -00- -0- -00- -00- '-P- -0- -0YOUNG'S -
his stock and other exhibits I persons in our city, whose time I
New Life Pills. M. Flannery of The temperance rally at Anthonywas car. He said he had seen me firsta .
the fair and of course will kwp his for is limited of
reading by reason daily FEMALE COLLEGE
14 Custom House Placed Chicago. says: 300 long time before and despaired of 1 J
prize winnings.It well: attended yesterday. Some work invited to their ,
are spend evenings
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They have no equal for Constipation 1 ever getting acquainted. He was so I THOMASVILLE, GA.
has been estimated that with the persons were present. Rev. Kenney. bowedto at the Epworth Reading and Social I II
I
aid Biliousness. 25c. at the Anti-Mo- gentlemanly that afterward I OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B., B. S., AND B. L. DEGREES. i
.opoly Drugstore. judicious expenditure of $500 a thor- pastor of the M. B. church presided.The him. I do despite a girl who doesn't Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30: i|

ough canvass of the county can be I when a man to 10 p. m. The rooms are free to the I f Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, our Specialties Q
speakers were Rev. C. C. Carroll, i show ordinary politeness
made and a magnificent lot of exhibits i
SPRAINS secured. This most important work W. D. Cam and Rev. L. W :Moore of 1 is courteous to her, don't you? He general public. I 15 ooo spent this year in building and equipment. Steam I
has the loveliest eyes and such a way Ii
was delegated to :Mr. W. M. Gist and Ocala.' The picnic was held at Lovers' I i last 9 Heat, Electric Lights. Gymnasium, Swimming Pool. Good 9
S. A. Reid, Cisco, Tex., writes. March of glancing at you-as though at CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE I II
I do it better. He will soon Fare. Climate unsurpassed. Strong faculty ot 10 experienced
11. 1901: "My wrist was sprained so none can Lake, half a mil4 east of town. Showers j I he had found what he was looking for. I II I II 5b Teachers. I
begin the canvass of the county, and
badly by a fall that it was useless and marred the meeting and th? after- j I No, Harry didn't like it at all. He aid I I Oec. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills I \
our citizens should give him all of the I
after using several remedies that failed assistance in their Almost every noon session was held in the M. E. I Mr. Kenna was a dude and a conceited I Laurence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had i I : Expenses, $209. Limited Number of Free Scholarships Available. I II

power. church. Sentiment for and against idiot. But then he was jealous. kidney disease for and
... to give relle' used Ballard's Snow : many years
farm and household in the county t I Session opens Sept. 26, 1905. For free Catalogue address J
Liniment and was cured. I earnestly licensed saloons was pretty evenly di- i You've no idea how awkward he had been treated by physicians for I ?

rcornmend'It to anyone suffering from I I i contains some article, fruit, vegetable vided. The dinner waM the biggest I seemed the night he called and Mr. twelve years; had taken a well known :I t I. COCHRANE HUNT, President. II

sprains." Sold by all druggists. farm product stock. fancy work. etc., kind of a success. Thos-e: present from I Kenna was there, too. His hands and kidney medicine and other remedies 1-0- -00- -0- -00- -0- -00- -0- -00- .
_ that would be well worth seeing, may (
Ocala were Fire Chief Briganoe D. A. I I feet appeared to bother him so. Mr. th-it were recommended but got no 1-- ---- ------
win the owner a prize and if properly
Miller Sam Martin and County Treasurer -j I Kenna just smiled such a condescend- rtiitf until I began using Foley's Kidney -

LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED assembled these will without fail, win Tom Pasteur, Kd Carmichael and ing smile! Like that actor Vie aw: Cure. The first half bottle relieved -
FREE OF CHARGE I the $2000 prize for Marion county. j
Florida
and Will last week know! East Coast Railw
Mason Tyson, Louis Lang you me and four bottles have cured me
Now. l let the people of the county y
Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. Tydings Lou Green and Ed W. Davi!'. I "Yes\ madam in a m1nutean'tyou of this terrible disease. Before I be- i .
I help the good work take a just pride :
The following parties went up on thilir see I'm busy now? ran taking Foley's Kidney Cure I had _

WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS I Sin success.the movement The ladies and particularly we'll make, it are a bikes: Claude.and Paul Gates Valmore I "Well, Mr. Kenna- (to make water about every fifteen Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect AprirI1

I Izlar, Charlie and Wilmer Cleveland Certainly I can show you some mi'iutes, day and night, and passed a : ,
asked to lend their aid. The movement -
I and Bascom Seymour. In the morning toques-I assure you there is no needto brick-dust substance, and sometimes a SOUTH.BOUND.REAO DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-REAO UF.
The Iron Mountain Route has now means untold hard work, and the I I _.. .
call the floor walker. Do think
I j the Sparr and Anthony baseball teams you slimy substance. I believe I would i .
on sale very low rate tickets to Hot small amount of to be at the ,
money I crossed bats. The game resulted in a you really want a toque? I fit so have died if I had not taken Foley's iI I IKi.lney No. 99 No. IS STATIONS 1PJo.7L1No.' liS
Ark. Tickets be bonght I
Springs can of the committee would onlybe
disposal score of 9 to 7 in favor of Anthony. many women I can see at a glance Cure." Sold by the Postoffice; Dill,. DIU,. lall,. DIU1 ,.
on certain days during July, August a drop in the bucket towards meetI I what is becoming to any one, and -1-
and September at one fare plus twu Prrgstore, Ocala, Fla. I lOOp 940a Ly ..........._.JaAk.nnvIlie.- lOOP S'9&
I ing the expenses, but for the herculean I with your narrow face and colorless 607 P 9 U a OJ ___80). Jacksowille..._ LY 6 62 I' 84 .
dollars for the round trip. Write for individual exertions to be put for- i I really don't think- WhyI 615 PliO li6 a .. __SC. AIIustine _._. 15 60 I' 7 4u.
of etc. complexion S 63 1'111 n --.....-..Ha"ting'!_..__ 4 55 P 649 a
literature descriptive hotels ward. Everybody help do what you I not try this big drooping black hat? WALL PAPER I T 10 p 11 60 al. _.............Ea3C I'alatka..........._.. i 3'1'. 6 I 28 a
L E. Rehlander, T. P. A. can, and we'll win out. will throw face into shadow -
Tenn. LOOK I It your S f S5 P IS 15 p ...._._..Pillatk& ...__....... Lv 410p &tiOa645p1125a
Chattanooga and people really won't notice what If you wish w>rk done In the wall Lv ........_...._P.Uatka___...... Ar 15 OOP 655&
LIBRARY TABLESWe I wouldn't, advise line let send sam-I C\ .
I with
you look like. _No. ., ".. 1 per us our man d 23 p1 2 00 P Ar ..._........._San Mat'o_..._.......... Lv 2 10 P ...- c= I"a
A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS burnt orange it takes: a oeauiuui- pies for your inspection. 2 10 P 800 a Lv ..............._8 tfl Mateo_..__._. Ar 8 2.'i P 7 60 a C

have the prettiest and most i I', skin to stand that abade. Observe the DITTO & MALONEY. I C... 7";; 1232p Lv .__......_.....\f'oga_..._...._ Lv SSTp 550a ._.__ t tw '
A. J. Jennesse. 9201 Butler St., Chicago complete line of oak and mahogany effect when I hare it on and then 803 1',12, iT I' OJ'M_...__.BUIILf'lls..._..._.__ 3 lip 15 36 a n
I S lop 12 55p OJ _._.__ __..._....._ 3 31 15 29. .
writes: "I am a switchman and library tables ever shown in Ocala.A WAIT how it looks on yourself. Well, it certainly lup.'nt I' q4 l
FLORIDA PONIES FOR SALE 0. 8 Up 1 2. I' "' ..._....._rulhnd _._.......__ 3 10 P i 511 a. \
.m out in all kinds of weather. I tooka big shipment has just arrived. You is queer you can find nothingto I Q. SDap 133p '" __.. tDaytAr.r4_._..._ II 3001' 4 47aC .IJ".

cold which settled In kidneys invited to them. in this assortment Osp 1 Sip I' .........._..P..rt Orllnl6_.....__ 2 5)p) 4 SGa J
my are cordially inspect suit you great A lot of unbroken Florida ponies for! t/) V 2 s I' 215 P .1r ___.....:XI'W !;myrna......._..._ 2301" 4 U air ..,
and I was in bad shape. I tried several Mclver & MacKay. I .
of hats. -
sale at about $50 head. Sound.{
advertised remedies with no benefit I such crank in per _C ; i U II Ar _....._. Lnke II!' PD ........._. Lv'1245p Slop 0
"Did you ever see a young and good animals. Can supply' = 10 U a :S 55 I' ..._Oral1gfl {.uy......_...... ., J2 i5..I' .1
until I was recommenaed to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids WATCH all your days MaymeT You can break almost any number In reason. They, ... 10_'!_a 00 p ., ...::::Orange City Juncti....... .. l23O5.545p. ,..:

Folcy's Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds of'V' Nature your neck for a woman like that aud mar: be seen at Gibson & Gibson's,] I E-- 9 35 I' -225 I' LT ... :xl'.. Smyrn& .__._. Lv 2 '10) p(-'OS a .

bottle cured me.". Sold by the Post- then she'll go away and complain I 10001' 251p :::_::::::.Oak II 111...: ....._ 1 54lJ,339a, ..,
Grahamville Fla
-- I C 10 I:)P 3 SO li.1r ..&_........,.Titusvijje... ........_.. :. 115 l'I :S 00 a t.eJ
1 office Drugstore! Ocala, Fla. Medicines that aid nature are always about lOU! j--- \
I 0; -J-J00
I most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough 1 "Where was I? Oh, yes. You oughtto I a a ....._ ....._..._......... .. ..._.............Lv,,10 00 al0 00 a 0'

CREAMERY BUTTER I I Remedy acts on this plan. It allays For our Handsome: Lino of see how swell Mr. Kenna looksin NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION !.I'l' 1000& Lv ....................\anr..r1 ................ _"___lIS -00& :2.

; the cough. relieves the lungs, aids expectorations Fall and Winter 000(1-i be his dress suit. He doesn't rent 1039 P a SO p LT ._..._._ 'lltuQvt1le_._...... Lv 1 16 p 3 00 a .,
25 CENTS A POUND : to .
< : .
Department of the illip 409p _....M.C. : ,&......._..._ 1231p1 SISa .,
it. He
opens the secretions, one like Harry-he owns was InteriOr\\ U 11 22 I' 4 13 P .. __.._. _)Roeki-'lr! .........._. I 2 30 pj 2 16 a
and aids nature in restoring the -' arriving in a few days the best-looking man at the party lat Land Office at .. r. 11 53p 4 45p _......__Eauialia.: ......... OJ 11 68 a 1 4ta _
The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly system I 1905. ....w 12 06 a ,6t P OJ .___Ielbourl18_. _..._ 'I 11 Hal 3'a :2
on hand receiving a fresh supply to a healthy condition. Sold by from New York. \\'h1'Pour night, if I do say it, and the girls wen September 2. C laSh a 5379 .. _.--8ebastian_._ ljOIa1251a: en

the Postoffice all so crazy to get introduced. I wore Notice! is hereby given that the fol- 1 n a 6 29 I' .. ____..st. LlIde....._......_ ., 1012& 12 OOm .
every two days delicious, pure, Drugstore.COSMOPOLITAN C. 165 a 6 t5 P OJ __...--Fort l'krc. __ OJ '10 IJ6 all 55 II N
i i- of mine. Mr. settler has filed notice -
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per Buyer now ::. that new cerise dress ing-named I u 2 18a 'I 08p 'I. ____Tlblo&l8..___ ama.11 221. '0G
MAGAZINEYou Kenna said I was a dream. What do of his intention to make commutation I ) 223a 712p ___.Eden......_ .._ OJ 9 26&i11 HI'
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. I I 2 28a 7 lip .. _..__Jensen_ _ .. 9 :.! a, 131'tn 3
I you think? He said he used to be so I proof in support of his claim and that I :23a T28p .. __...._......lStU".lC__. ._ ..' 911a1104pS ; :2

the Cosmopolitan I afraid of me before he knew me- said proof will be made before clerk I! 4 USa 756p II ........... Hoties.'und_--I.' 842a1O36p
INCREDIBLE BRUiALITY can get Magazine .. a 27a 814p OJ _._.......WeiitJupjts.r.' ..___ .. SSla,1O iSp C..
and the Weekly Star one year Boston Store. that I had such an air he was certainI circuit court at Ocala Fla., on Octo- U i 8'a 8 61 p ., _._Wet Palm BeacA.. ._ OJ 'I U.. 9 4S pa32a

for $1.50 and the would never notice him. He said he ber 10 1905, viz: Daniel A. Fort of :: 918p _.._....._D.-.ynton ..........._ T20a, 918pa "
Cosmopoliton one
It would have been incredible brutality 2 a 928p OJ __...........DeJray_.........__ OJ 71Qa 908p .00
year and the Daily Star three monthsfor used to get real blue and despondent Ocala, Fla., Hd. 30,777 for the sw% of 11.. 10 21 P _......_FL lAurJ..rdBI{!....___. .. 6 18 a 8 15 P 0 .So.,.

If Charles F. Lemberger of Syra- $1.75. Cash in advance in each thinking abQut UIt'i Just becauseof nwi; of !;@ction2ttplSB, r 21, e. I'' .;...;. I 45.lOSOp. .. ___......_Da.nla_..............:... H" 6IOa 806p
Cu... X. Y.. had not done the best he I I 58 a 10 Up" ._......_HalIanOaIe.....___ OJ 5 1i8 a 7 U p .
case. that, but I can't help it.11 He names the following witnesses to 26.,11 01 P .. _.__._.... Lemon city.,.__ H 5 8&a 7 29 I'
could for his suffering son. "My boy WOODMEN WILL ROLL LOGS mother's sister, you know, marriedthe prove his continuous residence upon I I I 15& 11 11 P :f.._ _......_ Iaml_....__. L' 5 23& f 20 P .
he "cut fearful gash his -
says a over -
OCALA HOUSE CAFE man who livftd next door to the and cultivation of said land viz: X'I| Daily iii-7
eye, so I applied Bucklen's Arnica members of Palmetto .
The ramp
estate of an earl or something in Eng A. b'oi t. R. C. Fort of Lynne, Fla., R.J 8EL HOMESTEAD EXTENSION: EX.
Salve, which quickly healed it and Opposite A. C. L. passenger flepot, !snow Woodmen of the World of Jdvks'.,nvillr. in Bun.I .
land. Why he kept the grocery E. Fort, C. A. Fort, of Ocala, Fla. ,

saved his eye." Good for burns and open, under new management and will give a l log rollinsj! next Fbru.ir the village, if you must know. I wish W. G. Robinson, Register. 45a LT ._........_._1IJami_.__. Ar == soop

ulcers, too. Only 23c.;; at the AntiMonopoly first class In every respect. A la carteor hich will be an occasion to enu-mber you wouldn't interrupt to ask foolish I II I S OQa Ar _.__Ilomestea&_.__ Ly _.j, 3 is rNt. >

Drugstore. meals to regular boarders, $6 per Woodmen from all over the state will But his customers were I = j
questions.
week through the summer months.G. SHERIFF'S SALE 23N0.21N0.19N0.17No.1II: I No. 20 No.Z2Ne.24
be invited to participate and the few i
all of the nobility. No. 18
billy S4Jlldl' Sundsy Sundafi: Dally WUPORT BRANCH. Sunday Sunda,' Dilly
OO R. Troxler, Proprietor. unfortunate prople who do not belong llka Only Only. Onl,. .
BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4 "Mr. Kenna is BO observing. He Under and by virtue of an execution' I IzSun1 Dail Onl,, Only EsiI

to this noble order will!! b.' ekomfdas II said my hand was the smallest he issued out of and under the seal of the j > iSp 200p 9 iI0Oa'Lv, .........Jacksonvifle.._. Ar830aI200n55p5I5p

If taken soon we have for sale a Nunnally's candles, fresn every week, spectator of the exrcie.. The had ever seen Now, Harry couldn't 'p $ SIp 208p 938a1 908akr _So. JacksoDY1I1e...._ Lv 822a11 6 M 5T: P 101 P
circuit court in and for Marion county, | S 68 P f 2t P 2 40 pIO 10&1 5 39 al' "' __Pablo BPvh..._ I il'a 11 20 a 5 05) P 4 Up
brick block containing three stores, by express, and only 60c. per pound. founder of thr iraft. Geiier.il JosephC. I No. 5 glove or C 1 ..
tell whether wore a Florida. dated August 29th 1905 in a ) "p p 45PI015a9ua! Atlantic<.:&Ch...._ 7 45 a 11 15 a 5 4 large hall six offices above, on very You don't have to pay for the namein Root of Omaha, N -b.. is expectedto a No. 7. It'. the little things that TSOi_ 145pOOpIOSOa1000aI" ............ )layprorL.......... j TaOaJ1OOa445Up,
certain cause wherein Frank Crawford
reasonable; terms. A fine investment; buying these goods and there is no be .relt"nt." Prizes will be givrii to count with a girl. I said as much to .

will pay 15 per cent. or more. If Interested better candy sold in this market. Sold II the best companies and, teams. Mr. Kenna and he laid it made the and D. A. Miller are plaintiffs and ; PENINSULAR MD OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MWIL
George W. Griffin is defendant, I havelevied I
inquire on and will, on j
Ocala Fla. Drugstore.If LOST-A aik coat daik pepper and me feel that way about him. Monday, October 2, 1905, || Clte Couection Made at MIami _)ith Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company-For 4
salt color. Thursday in going to An- I can try that I
"Yes, suppose you
the same being a legal sales day, and1I
-. A CAR OF IRON BEDS you wish for positive proof of theSUCEI'iS thony, somewhere this side of Grinpr white hat on, but we hate to take it during th.- It-gal hours of sale, offer'|i HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

of the treatment prescribed by Farm !'chool.utograph pencil 1 No. 2 out of the case for fear of soiling it. I I
I for sale at the court house door in ,
Dr. E. It. Armstrong and staff of renowned in inside pocket. Suitable reward If tell whether want I
We have just placed l it: our store How can you you Tfce.
(K-ala. Florida and sell to the highest Tim Tables how the times at which trains may beeip!cte a solid carload of iron beds, among eye and nerve specialists of left at the Star on ce-. it unless you see it it Is becoming? trom tfc.Mreral stations,bat their arrival or departure at the times.;tate< Linot guaranee4IoCC'II
.( I I and best! bidder, for cash, the following I this Com
I I pinto be held : for tberfe:roi *
responsible any delays or consequences arising
which are over fifty different patterns Jacksonville, write to the home office. Well, women who have lots of hata-
I real estate in Marion: -
property
:_. .. to select from, and many different 11 Laura St.. Jacksonville, for the This is koaaK weather. We sell ko- the sort who would be apt to buy that --
Jaks and kodak things. The Postoffice county. Florida to-wit: An undivided: i i T.* Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
prices. This is the handsomest line of names of patients who have been restored white hat-can judge by looking at a I I '
one-third interest of the defendant, 4
- r iron beds in Florida. Come in and to perfect health without drugsor Drugstore.We hat whether it is their style. Oh of ;. George W Griffin in and to lot 1302, | "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

look them over. Mclver & MacKay. operations. after all other means have line courseVasn't- in the town of Dunnellon Marion coun- '\ J. D. RAHNBR. AMt. Oen'l PUJ. Art.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA,> .'
a complete of suit oases ;
had failed. They will be furnished ?
1 j \ she! agravatlng, Mayme I
gladly.! These specialists are pa'ingOcala and grips, from $3 to $I!), and we I I'I' ty. Florida.) I Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East Coast
1 NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS Mai1E' me try on her every white hat
I Sold said execution and
think you would do well to look at' to satisfy Railway
a special professional visit on
'I' in stock just to be spiteful. I'd like
September 15 and 16, and may be seen them. Ocala Furniture Company. like that I costs.:,; Henry Gordon, I I Effective J--ne 3, 1905 the schedul e figures for th? Mayport Branch ani
If you ever took DeWitfs Little Earl : to strangle a woman certainly
:Sheriff Marion County, Florida. I additional
will be changed,
at the Ocala House. Homestead Extension, now shown in tim(>-table No. 52,
hI ly Risers for biliousness or would! I
- constipation
: Jacksonville and Mayport; and
trains being put into service between
). you know what pill pleasure is. "Mr. Kenna is going to call to-night. i
F' SOFT, GLOSSY HAIRIt I In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial the service between Miami and Homes tead being reduced to one train a day
These famous little pills cleanse the I i He is 20 devoted. He said he had
MARKET MENUWestern Circuit of the state of Florida,I II each way, leaving Miami 8 a. In., and r eturning leave Homestead 1 p. m, *i-
L________ liver and rid the system of all bile something special: to tell me and I I
ithit producing unpleasant effects. Can Only Be Had Where There is |i I can't help thinking. Say Mayme, in and for Marion County.-In Chan- riviigr Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule! see any.agent of the F. E. C.

cery. Ry.. or for pocket time-card address .:J n. Rahner. A. G. P. A.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. No Dandruff I would you be married in white satin I
i- .muel P. John'on. Complainant, vs. -----
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that is if -
1 or a traveling drss- you
Any man or woman who wants soft, 1 t| Eliza A. Taylor and M. E. Taylor,
needn't
b. A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS glossy hair must be free of dandruff, Beef Veal Florida get married? Well, you get Defendants.
I
;i huffy. I suppose: you'll !have a chance Railroad Rates Worth Looking Over
: d which causes falling hair. Since it has i itine day to.. Harry always kind of It is hereby ordered that the de-I I ,
Buffet Parlor Stall Fed Mutton Armour's
Oprtes become known that dandruff' is a germ Beef admired and maybe now- fendants h'-rein named, Eliza A.
i you
't'n, Ocala and Tampa 011 disease the old hair preparations that i "Ye*'m just take this% chair and II lor and M. E. Taylor, N and they are I 1 Round trip Convention rates on vznous dates until September 28, with

; Ocala, Ocala at 2-20:! p. m.. were mostly scalp irritants have been Star Ham, Armour'sPork I, I'll try on some street hats for you!" hereby required to appear to the bill final limit 90 days to CALIFORNIA and LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION -

en and Jack- abandoned and the public, barbers "ajnt in the above entitled'I :' Illustrated
. and J lof comj :; PORTLAND OREGON. Send 2-cent stamp for booklet

- rng Ucaa at ljo doctor included, have taken to usingXewbro's Sausage, Cabbage, Ru. I Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen I cause on or before Monday, the 6th: i: which is a complete guide to Pi/rtland the Exposition and the Northwest.

1 Herpicide the only hair of November, A. D. 1905.It .
pre- day I I
AND UTAH until 30
Years of Suffering II Round trip Summer rates to COLORADO. September ,
wI. paration that kills the dandruff germ.E tabagas, Turnips, Beets, I i# further ordered that a copy ofi;I!; final limit, October 31.

Dodd. Dickinson N. D.. says: "ilerpicide i "I had bern troubled with lame back I this order be published once a week i I
Irish Pota- Round trip Colonist rates to LOUISIANA TEXAS, OKLAHOMA and INDIAN -
Sweet Potatoes
I. not only cleanses the scalp from I f..r fifteen years and I found a comil for eight consecutive weeks in the I I'
TERRITORY each first and third Tuesday.
ntI [dandruff and prevents the haid fallingut tf r.o'erin the use! of Chamber- Ocala Star "-

.. but promotes a new growth. Her- toes and Spanish Onions.W. i ili.'s: Pain Balm," says John G. Bisher, Done this the 5th day of September! Through Pullman Tourist Cars tree days each week from "Washington

1, keeps my hair very glossy." r.ilUm, Ind. This liniment is also with A. D. 19)5. S. T. Sistrunk, i" ). C.. to San Francisco without change via Atlanta, Montgomery. Mobile and

.. leading druggists. Send lOc. P. EDWARDS. out an equal for sprains: and bruises. Clerk Circuit Court. I New Orleans and Southern Pacific. and two cars a week from SL Louis to

San Francisco via C. & A.. R R. an.l Union Pacific P. p..
or sample to the Herplcldeleh. For sale by the Pos ffice Drugstore. By Mable Godson D. C.i .
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Tydings & Co., Hocker & Duval, I G. W. ELY. T. 1'. A. 3. F. VAN RENSSALAER. ,

!'. Fla. Phone JOd. City Market. Fresh Cracker Jack at Taylor's. Complainant's Solicitor*. R. O. BEAN. T. P. A. Gen. Agt., Peatfctree St. Atlanta ( &. \"

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OCALA OCCURRENCESBeavers NEW ENGINE ROBINSON I GOT THE RAZOR 1

WILL BE HERE NEXT WEEK %VE SELL

Where the Chicken Got the Ax-Sam

meet tonight The
One of the new 130 horsepower engines Gilmore Did the Slashing. Variety Store

for the electric light plant will
Mr. H. C. Jones is sick. The In a fight in the back yard of the
arrive next week. The foundation for
Montezuma block last evening. Sam
Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor'a.Sid It is being made ready. I| Gilmore seriously cut Bris Robinson.
Before very long we will have power Dunlap $5.00
Both colored. Gilmore would haveirobauly
for more street arcs and all the com-
Whaley Is the sick list
on killed Robinson had he not
mercial lights that may be desired.E. ShoesGOME
Ralston $4.00 been pulled off. Robinson was slashed
Masons meet Thursday night across the cheek and chin and stabbed '
ON
C. McLeod says that Kendrick NEXT MONDAYSEPT.18 05
under the shoulder blade. Dr. Thomp-
Delicious fresh candies at Troxler'o.Veal Sparr and Reddick will give a large Fellowcraft $3.50 _
son. Dr. Sn.iths assistant! dressed his
majority of the signatures of their voters -
wounds. Gilmore was arrested by Policeman -
tomorrow at W. P. Edwards. to the petition for a wet or dry

J election. Mac is satisfied that the requisite Culbreavh and Harry Leaven- We Will Sell
good. He was hiding in the house of a
E. T. Stepp of Boston is at the Ocala number of signatures will be i I I I
IN AND SEE THEM friend when captured. As coon as the
House. obtained to the petition, and that tht-
.
city authorities have finished with him
county will go dry.
A full line '.)f cigars and tobacco. Ty the county will take him in charge. It

dings & Co. Mr. George Close and family left yesterday is believed that Robinson will recover. Trunks at Low Prices

: for Salt Springs, whose medicinal -
: R At Rheinauert, 'Hammocks from waters he will give a test. From HELVE1TON PASTEUR COMPANY FRESH GARDEN SEEDS

$1.50 to
: $15.
.. Salt Springs he will go to Clay Springsand
Fresh: and reliable garden" seeds of
from there to Green Springs. Betook .
:-h< J. C. Ifenneaay of Palatka is at the his -- -- -T I Ir..w all kinds for fall planting. Tydings
buggy and a big two-horse
Ocala House. I & Co., Druggists and Seedsmen.Mr. .
outfit, is to do all
so prepared: mannerof
FORECAST
WEATHER people realize the importance
( camping.
Lowney's Candies, received fresh by "f attending to any eye or nervous affection .
J and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski: and
express at Taylor's. Washington. Sept 15.-Showers tonight at once. If neglected there Combination Trunks
their two boys returned
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED I youngest yesterday -
,.J and Saturday. are no diseases more apt to become
I from Three Springs Tenn., at
By local applications, as they cannot permanent than those affecting the ,
f A. S. :Martin of Micanopy is a guest I which place they the .
spent
summer.Mr.
of the Ocala House. reach the diseased portion of the ear. Prof. C. Franklin, the well known eyes and nerves. If thoubled at all in ZewadsKi received benefit

There is only one way to cure deaf- and popular eye specialist of Tampa, this way, do not fail to see the renowned from the 'vacation, but is some far from well 26 inch, Regular Price $i.25for. -----____. .____$* 09
At Rheinauer's, Cathing Suits for ness and that Is by constitutional rem- will be at the Ocala House until Sat- eye and nerve specialist, Dr.
Tht"isited
yet. Lookout Mountain
ladies, men and boys. edies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed urday. See him if your eyes need at- E. H. Armstrong of Jacksonville, dur- ,

condition of the mucous liningof tention.S. ing his professional visit here September on their return journey. 28 inch, Regular Price $J.50 for----------______$J 2\

Dr. W. E. Hicks of Jacksonville is the Eustachian Tube. When this I 15 and 16. The doctor will be located -

at the Ocala House. tube is inflamed you have a rumbling M. Lummus the Star's faithfuland at the Ocala House. aWe are exclusive agents for Elwood

sound OT imperfect hearing, and whenit efficient linotype| operator is sick wire field !t'ficingIwas in stock. 30 inch, Regular Price $i.75for-----___________$J 54

A J/s library vote'with every 5c. is entirely closed Deafness is the with dengue fever. Foreman Benjamin; Ask for prices. Marion Hardware
Don't forget, if you want to feel at

purchase at Troxler's. result, and unless the inflammation I i is running machine and the devilis home in a hotel to stop with Colonel Company. 32 inch, Regular Price $2.00 for----__ ----------$J 74
casn be taken out and this tube restored : making up the forms.
Shipman of the Montezuma, where
I
Mr. Carter, an old gentleman at the to its normal condition hearing you D. :M. Boney, the eyesight specialist,
will find a lot of jolly fellows to wel-
hospital, is furiously ill. will be destroyed forever. Nine cases I Stoves and ranges, and blue flame will make free examination of your
come you and who try to make it
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call *j>s from now until the 17th of Sep

There were twenty-six arrivals at which is nothing but an inflamed con- j i and look the stock over. Marion Hardware pleasant and homelike.Mr. tember. All work guaranteed. Optical Canvas Covered TrunksWithout

the Montezuma yesterday. I dition of the mucous surfaces.We I Company.The parlors upstairs in Gary building. ..

will give One Hundred Dollar' Carter, an aged gentleman, the

Harman Head of Dunnellon was at for any case of Deafness (caused tfy I' Heavers will meet this (Friday) father of Mrs. E. C. McLeod, died in Czar's Influence at Court. ( Straps)

the Montezuma last night. catarrh) that cannot becuredhy Hall's evening in Yongf-'s hall. ]':very Beaveris the Marion County Hospital this mor- I Socially, of course, the rule of the .

Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. urged to l& present, as business" of ning. The funeral will take place to- court Is absolute; yet the influence of ,

Messrs. Chambliss and Scott drove J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 6. much importance will be transacted. morrow. the the
czar upon life of his capitalIs
I 28 inch Price for
to Anthony last evening. Regular ;$2.50 $2 09
up -------- -------
Sold by druggists 75c.;; Take Hall'sFamily trivial, says Perceval Gibbon in ,*
Pills for constipation. Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the McClure's. His officers
FOR his
S.I.F.t"3m mill including
cane copy
M. of Floral at
W
Lowry City was scalp clean It used according to dlrec- evaporator.' Never been used. beard, as the mild German clerk duplicates 32 inch Regular Price $3.00 for $2 49
the Montezuma last night. ----------------
Mrs. \\'. F. Wallace who had the ', tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice Cash price, $225.: Address, W. L. Low- the ambitious mustache ol

Cannon, next door to Captain Poos- I misfortune to lose her fine residencein Drugstore. rey, Homosassa, Fla. the kaiser; but in regard to manners
36
er's, can repair your gun. Candler a few days ago was .in the II II and morals, Nicholas is as little effectual inch, Regular Price$3.75, for---- ------------$2 99

I i city today, visiting Mrs. William Sin- Mr I R. A. Alfred, collector of customs It does matter whether you have I as any of the priests about .
clair. at Port Inglis, was in town to- tim.
j King Edward has
At Rheinauers, patent Mosquito good matting or not. It matters to helped to set
I day. He said there were live ships in I the fashion of
good form.
Nets at special low price you and to us. Let's get together. Nicholas'opinion Canvas Covered Trunks I
Buy an alconoi stove for 75c. at the the basin yesterday loading phw- Ocala Furniture Company. I on points of behavior is unas

We for fancy box. Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea, Ihatt'11 sailed last evening and three certained.
are heaaquarters I -- -- -- --
caper tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. coffee, or any light cooking. Heats moie arrived todayThese vessels Tolerance is a poor word to ascribeto

water In a Jiffy, and only costs 2c. an take from three to four thousand tons St Petersburg society, just as vice ((With Straps)

WANTED-To rent a cottage, in 1 I hour to burn. I of phosphate (each.I 3 Is a false one. Vice implies a deterioration

good location. Apply at Star office.II. I 1I 1 a deflection into lower paths,

I I Mr. Mike Wah ron, the cattie-king of Ii Do you wish to purchase a home or I I II but the uncleanness of Russian society 28 inch. Regular Price $3.75for -----_ ________: __$2 90

M. Gi>Hhe ummerfield was a Daisy, was in town today, accompanied are you looking for an investment? If Cans Early June Peas, 25c. has so broad a quality of naivete,
I I so, let us tell you about our bargains. I
guest of the Alontf-zuma last night. by his friend, T. F. Colgrove Is so evidently an evidence of the
I I Lake Weir. DITTO & MALONEY. I I i.on-attalnment of western standards 34 inch, Regular Price $5,00, for------______ .$3 99

Charlie Moore is helping City Clerk I I I II and the Instinctive leaning toward the
The OcaU High School will open
Graham with the town tax books If you want an iron bed, you woulddo : O.K.I looser codes of the Orient, that one
the first Monday III October. Boys and I
-- well to see those at Mclver & MacKay's. I hesitates to attribute it to a delil r- \

Fresh; roasted and new boiled peanuts i They have just placed a solid I girls, get busy. ate descent. However whatever its'

every day at Martin's news stand. carload in the store, containing about ICROCERYIi I nature, a certain Instability of morals THE VARIETY STORE
Have you seen those little alcohol rules
fifty different styles. riotously; and it is significant -
stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just
At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of that one of the czar's nicknamesis !

Bureau, Saratoga and Steamer Trunka. I Miss Charlie Jeffords left yesterday the thing for these hot days, and cheap i "the little married man," or "tbI I

I for Charlotte. C.. where she will occupy I Itoo. Costs you 75c. for the stove and i CLARK BROS. Proprietors I little family man" The Rusrhnj i -

Conductor<' uIne and family returned i a teacher's chair in Elizabeth !. 2c. an hour to run it. I II I phrase is capable of both meanings I II

today: from their summer outIng I College, from which she graduated 'j PHONE 574 I I and carries just that taint of contemptuous '

last June. The trial of Ed: Pittman of Ocala and I patronage which has cc'eto
----- -
I Gus Walters of Electra for shooting be understood in the word bourgeois Turpentine Operators

Mr. Plum of Crystal River has returned Two sizes of those famous 'ille ducks out of season resulted, in a mis- ,
I \ ,
from a visit to the Manatee ranges, "The Princess," have just been I trial. The second trial is set for the OCALA FURNITURE CO Marriage in Russia, or monogamy

section. received. This fine range (and there Is 2!th. I at least, has still somewhat the air Of tI
I
none better) is 25 per cent. cheaper an importation. And thus it
I I
ATTENTION I
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- than any other range of its value. The I Our Ice cream has a reputation of Personal Service Anywhere Any Time, is in the midst of a kind of sensual

er toilet articles. Tydings and Com- Ocala Furniture Company. which we are justly proud T. "'. I and When Needed. I putrecence in an atmosphere of

pany. I Troxler. I of moral irresponsibility, that Nicholas

Tex Martin has returned from a The Question of Embalming and Fun- i lives his little, blameless life.
Mrs. Anna Lund: of Orange .
Hopkins
trip to Jacksonville and John R. MarI I I, Miss Shelly Souter:; has gone to Rar- eral Directing is a Delicate One
Lake is in the city visiting Mrs. F. R. The Standard Naval Stores oi
Jacksonville
I
I tin from Rochelle. Ii! tow to teach and Miss Pansy S"Uter Elevators at 6 Cents a Trip.In Company ,
Gary. I I Would not it be Best for You to En-
will leave Monday for Gainesville, to one of the newest skyscrapers,
At the Ocala 16: Florida is to contract with
House September I now prepared independent
I her studies, with 1I's.nkie where the ,
resume elevators
MIJ.S Fannie Clark has returned from trust this Question to Those who Appre are run by electricity -
and 16, Dr. E. H. Armstrong the well j Iireen
visit to her sister Mrs. Souter. at Parker. score cards are hung in each
a known specialist of Jackson\ille. Eye producers and will flat Savannah prices for Rosin -
Si>arr. I ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know- car. The man in charge of the car 'I pay
and chronic diseases overcome without FOR: RENT-October 1. the building) marks off each trip. If he fails to do

Limeades from fresh limes. Drink drugs or operations. All cases taken, i I Known as Smoak's carnage \woiks edge is of the Highest Standard I so he is liable to be called to account I and Spirits Tm pen tine delivered at either Jacksonville -

freely and you won't get bilious. At I cared for free of charge for the period' i I I one of the must desirable buildings and t at the end of the day, for a
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Fernandina. Free of
I insurance
Troxler's. of one year. :location for general blacksmith and small instrument on the side of the I or storage, or commission ,

I taU' I I wagon works. T. H. Wallis 116, S. 2nd PROMPT ATTENTION car records the amount of electric
When ready for your paintIng street. force charges. We are also prepared to make liberal
Welch's grape Juice always on hand I I expended during the day as accurately
be sure to see us and get our prices Day Phone No. 10 Night 94 and 167 ,
for family trade at the Poatoffice as a cash register marks up
oils and lead. We advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank
on paints, can
At Rheinauer's the Latest Styles of
purchase-that is it
Drugstore.. a has so far, for
save you money and give you the very Ladies' Low Shoes, made by Utz &. SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala Fla. I the elevator register is a new devi<,e.1
i cars-it will lots ot For further information
best goods obtainable. Marlon Hard- I save
You money.
Mrs. i'. Mt-Crath and sister, Mrs. Dunn and Wickart & Gardiner. There are four cars in the building! ,

Ten ell. went to Green Springs today, ware Company. I two running to the fourteenth and
I I I apply toSTANDARD
to spend a m nth. \\\X'l'J-D-Position as llflokkeeperI lone each to the sixteenth and eighteenth -
In the mayor's court yesterday, the or assistant bookkeeper. Best of references. McIvER & MAOKAY | floors. The instruments show

Mr. Frank Sampson of Board man I case or Sam Gilmore for breach of the :Satisfaction guaranteed.: Address I that each elevator travels an average

has returned from a visit to his grove !j peace was continued for lack of wit "Star: ," Ocala, Fla. I of ten miles a day and that each trip
NAVAL STORES CO.
on Old Tampa Bay. I nesses. FUNERAL DIRECTORS I costs the company an average of 6cents.

An earnest invitation is extended to .
It I* CalHMin. yard master of the S. Jap-a-Lac. the great furniture varnish all strangers and visitors who chanceto I

A L.. is down with dengue, and t"nll..11 and stain, makes furniture look be in the city to make themselvesat I UNDERTAKERSand New Sea Sounding Device.A I Jacksonville Fla.
like full all finishes
new. A stock of
has taken his place. home in the Epworth;! Reading antiSocial Norwegian engineer has ,
mid all sizes of packages at the Marion recently
I Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30: invented a new apparatus for sea I
Westein beef pork mutton and veal Hardware Co.
to 10 p. m. Rooms over Teapot Gro- EMBALMERS sounding by which it is not neces- .

W.tomorrow 1*, Edwards'for your stall Sunday, city market.dinner at A. K. Taylor of Jacksonville, the celebrated cery.The nary to touch bottom. This is accom- J. E. BANKSTON.

cartoonist, is at the Ocalalouse. Fine Casheb? plished by an acoustic method. The I
purest ano" finest toilet soaps, a I depths are also registered graphically .
Why not rover your floors with good arge stock of the best goods alwaysn I
a drum.
upon revolving The
operation i
matting? That's the only kind we I hand. Tydings and Company.Are and Burial RobesAll I of the device Dealer in
depends
the
have. Ocala Furniture Company.W We have In stock and ready for upon

Immediate shipment :2. 3. 6, 8, 12 and you interested in photography' ? Work Done Licensed Em I time which sound takes to travel to I M ltt of &11r.9.
('. Wright of Atlanta has taken 15 horse-power gasolene engines, made Do you enjoy the many pleasures that by GuaranteedBURNETT the bottom and return, and the measurement :::PP tt l aa.w.tihtnP! { @ .
balmei's and Fully 1
: I of the time thus gives the
; charge of the Carmlchad restaurant by the International Harvester Company tome from the use of a little kodak? >
I depth to which the exploring Wl991P JPoil1l! !! VI llBble.tlr.
apparatus
at the Seaboard passenger station. and there are none better. Marion Let us do your developing and printingfor is lowered. 9 !
I

Just received at the Ccala News Co., Hardware Company. much you.less We than will you do have it reasonably teen payIng -, I I I II I .'r ail 1i'a1[ !! ml1ID.W! POBlt7_ I,

I Costs of War.
a choice lot of fireproof bowls and Rev.C.C.Carroll went to Sparr from Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester. I'I'I *">

earthenware of all kfnds. Call and ere Anthony yesterday afternoon to secure S4 Wenona street or Ocala News Com: Herr Renauld, a colonel in the Oer- NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS. .. V-:
:, and and financial
it. man army a military
signatures to the petition. He addre--- pany.
ed the colored people of Sparr in the expert has complied some sensational SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US '

For a private detective phone No. 19S, merest of temperance. Rev. LC., Charcoal, egg coal and blacksmith'scoal : THE TAILOR i estimates of the cost of war

or address Detective McEthriJge, I Moore went on a similar mission. will now be kept in stock at all\ I tetween two great European powers, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

Ocala, Fla. I I times by Mclver & MacKay.We Germany, he says, would be able to I

J I Has Moved Into His j I mobilize 4,000,000 trained soldiers and I Phone No. J J J. Stalls H and S3, City Market;

/ Cannon, next door to Captain Poos- \ RE D THIS: I have just received another carload New Brick Store C.000,001): partially drilled men, and

er's implement warehouse is an up- Il of hay presses of different sizes, i i I they would coet the empire 3,500,000) I FREE DELIVERY.

to-date repairer of ble'del.i Pryor. Tenn., June 1, 1901. both portable and stationary. Marion I 1/ounds daily. A war between two
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis Mo.-Dear I Hardware Company.Do No U E. Fort King Avenue. : powers would cost not less than 6-\\

Sir: I have suffered several from
The finest and: most complete stockof years I 100,000 pounds dally.
I perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn kidney and bladder trouble and have I I you suffer with asthma or ca- See his fine line of piece i, Kettle THE SHORT LINETO

the city, at Tydir.gs and Company. tried a number of preparations, but tr.rrh? Then use Adam's Cure. Price for Bridges.
t I II II goods stimmer'cloth-: I Perhaps the moat remarkable
I can truthfully! say that nothing has 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST I.
Revs C. O Carroll and L. W. Moore I proved so effective as your Texas sale by Tydings & Co. ing I bridges: in the world are the kettle ,

and Mr. W. I). Cam will go to BelleAiew Wonder, which I can truthfully re- I bridges, of which Cossack soldiers Via t'hocago, Omaha, St Louis and Kansas City Is the !

tomorrow, to stimulate temperance commend. Geo. W. Claiborne. A fresh stock of Lnwneys candies in are expert builders. The materials of
sentiment. I Iall i which they are constructed the
sized are
packages
just received at Jerry erne
A TEXAS WONDEROne Taylor's. i 1 soldiers' lances and cooking kettles. UNION PACIFIC

BOY WANTED boy who is not mall I j Seven or eight lances are passed under -
bottle of the Texas Wonder -
going to school, and who will stick to NUMEROUS I Merchant f atlor.t !' the handles of a number of kettles Col-
Hall's
Great AND
Discovery, cures all WORTHLESS and connections] with through sleeping cars. One-Way
the business J is wanted at the Star of- 1,, 1: and fastened together by means
kidney and bladder troubles, ---- -- -------
removes I
tko Apply at once. gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis- Everything is in the name when it ,I ''or ropes to form a raft. Sufficient oni: t Rates on :ale from September 15 to October 31, 1905,

sions, weak and lame backs, rheuma- comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. i:! FURNITURE MADE TO ORDEROld ;Cumbers of these! rafts each of which I to California. Oregon, Washington Montana, Utah, etc."
If you have any eye or chronic affection i wilt bear a weight of half a ton, are
tism and all DeWitt
irregularities of the kidneys & Co.. of Chicago discoveredsome :' j'
do not fail to see Dr. E. H. Armstrong I and bladder in both men and wo :years ago how to make a sal'efrom fanned together and in the space of S 1'tI'Iark*'('ia1 Round-trip Rates: to California and the Lewis and ",
on his visit here September 15 an hour a bridge,: is formed on which I
men. Regulates bladder troubles in Witch hazel that is a specific forPils. Furniture Made as Good as I'! Exposition at Portland Oregon until September 28th.
,
and 16. Located at the Ocala House. ar. army may cross with confidence
children. It ,
not
sold by your druggist For blind bleeding itching and I.I
will be sent ; New. and safety Ask for through rate from station and secure literature. '
by mail on receipt of SL protruding piles, eczema cuts, burn, your

Mr. J. R. Allison of Micanopy. for One small bottle is two months' treat- i I bruises and all skin diseases, DeWitt's I All Kinds cf Carpenter's and Repair I We carry at all times a big: stock Information Cheerfully Given.
in the naval
businss
"I.m..rly stores at ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Salve has no equal. This has given r lor all heights of the famous American
Work Done in the Best and
Electra is at the Ocala House. Mr Style -
Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, rise to numerous worthless counterfeits I close mesh wire fencing. Write for G. W. ELY T. P. A. J. F. VANRENSSELAFB. Gen'l Agt :
Allison is buying a $50.000 sawmill location I at the Lowest PriceC. ,
O. box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Ask for DeWitt's-the genuine.- circulars and prices on quantities. Ma I -

I in Polk county. testimonials. Sold by aU druggists. Sold) by the \nU- .:;nor"ly Drugstore. L. NELSON, Ocala Fla. I rton Hardware Company. 13 Peachtree Street., Atlanta, Ga. -

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NEW SEABOARD The Food That Does Goon THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

Air Line Railway
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TJpriglrt; Piano $28.3G-Hot SPECIAL Springs, RATES Ark., and return. J. E. A. Keeler Editor.

: Tickets on sale first and third Tues- ]. ,

days, with final limit to October 31. !
j We would the friends to call
I urge
.
.
[i The Cod LiTer OU Emulsion Pc, ExxSenee"! for
$230 $30.95-Philadelphia, Pa., and return j and see Andrew Ruth.Statior..r .
Cough Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis La Grip,
Tickets on sale September 13. 14 j Sore
Throat and Lungs, CaUrrb Pneumonia.i .
-
and 15, limited returning to September -j:i Consumption and all) Pulmonary Diseases.; All ) and toilet articles in TUM rUtt

25. with available extension to I Druggists,two sUes.SOc.and $1. abundance at the New Drugstore.For .

October 5. I TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL eorclortable lodging and good I

OCALA MUSIC CO. Summer Tourist Rates-To mountain I to all tending name and address to meals call at ths Mack House. Terms For Sick Livers

and seashore resorts. I OZOMl'LSION:: CO.. 98 Pine Street New York I.very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack ,
Low rates to the Northwest. I I proprietress.

1 JEWELERS. Special rates to Portland Ore., and I t: Walter Robinson is quite ill at the I A PURELY VEGETABLE

California points-' home of his grandmother, Mrs. Laura 'COMPOUND
I I %
-- --- -
-- I BAD BLOOD Curry.I .
,
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES i Lj
I Mrs. Bettie Ellis made a flying trip CONSTIPATION DYSPEP.
J. R. MARTIN & CO. .FROM OCALA VIA .i i QUICKLY CURES SlAt MALARIA. CHiLLS! and
"Before I began using(Cabarets I had a bad complexion : to Belleview today to look after the ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE ; .pimples on my tire: and my food WM not :; Orphans' Home, prior to the meeting
I digested as it should have tJE .D. Now I am entirely GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by
well and the Dimples have all disappeared from my iof the Home Mission Convention at UVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purj
$23.75-Richmond, Va., and Return- face. I ran truthfully say that t'astarets are Just
advertised.;I have taken only! two boxes of them" Brooltsville next Thursday. today may save you a sick spell: tomorrow.
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine Tickets sold September 10, 11 and i i Clarence R.Gnffin. l.end&D.lnd.: I
12 limited to return to September i I Ii j Revs. W. O. Bartley.. C. Shepherd, \

25. Side trips will also be sold from (t George Smith :Miss Mary Jacobs. Jas. CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER ;

Richmond to all points south, at rate. I| Rece and others left yesterday for ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs.
Carriages Buggies and Traps I
of one fare, plus 25 cents, for the i' Reddiek, to attend the district conference W. Whitewell, Emory, Tex.,

Drummers, Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc. round trip. I II I in session at that place. writes: "My Child had chills and fcTer
for four years. We tried all kinds cf
I $30.95-Philadelphia, Pa., and Return. Rev. J. S. Braswell continues to medicines and finally an acquaictance of

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses Tickets sold September 13, 14 and 1' smile over the surprise of last Tuesday itiine recommended Herbine. We used

15, via all rail. and for steamer sail- II I II I night. From what we understand he three bottles, and the child is now complete

ing September 13, at 5 p. m., and I I will be tickled to death by this time !, cured. You have my permission

16th at 6 p. m., via Savannah and to publish this testimonial, as I cheer- _ _
and Males! for Sale. Horses I, Pleutnt.P UUMe.Potent.T&steGood.Do Good. next month. fully recommend Heibine to all mother
M. & M. T. Co. Final limit, September
Kerer Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.lOc,Sc,ate.NeT.r I afflicted mine."
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. 30, but extension may be obtained 1 Guaranteed old in balk.' The cure genuine or year money tablet stamped back CCC. I It is very hard to keep track of some IJ baring children SOc as GET THE GENUINt '

until October 5 by payment of fee I Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 600 "of our subscribers. Theha.e so U1GE BOTTLE

of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia. ANNUAL SALE,TEN MILLION BOXES .many different names. BALLARD SHOW LINIMENT GO. '

J. R. MARTIN & CO. I $31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. I A. W. Walker, the world Cbamplon ST. LOUIS U. S. A.

$34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. "shaver' and hair cutter, has opened a -
1rPiRt."_.:_:
$42.10-Washington, D. C. Tickets CHEAP RATES baiber shop in Fred Powers' block. .

ets sold daily, good until October 31., Try his keen razors, hair clippers and SOLD lND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISiS.

LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This $ Chicago, I 111 I -Tickets on sale I to scissors and be convinced of his super-

daily, good until October 31. ior skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. Razors

coupon entitles the hclcrer to TWO votes that can be cast for any institution and concaved In good shape.
I $34.75-Eldorado, Mo. Tickets sold on CALIFORNIAand
competing for the library when properly filled out, signed and returned -
first and third Tuesdays of August I A postage stamp does not cost much ATLANTIC COAST LINE
to the ballot boxes in any of the stores partlclp lng. I
and September final limit sixty days theNORTH but, my! how useful! When properly!

Name of Institution............................ .... .. ......1 from date of sale, not later than October I used it has secured a man a wife or a
I
31. WEST woman a husband, put some in good |
Name oVoter.................... .......................... employment, relieved anxious I THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
Seattle
$85.90-Portland, Oregon I many an I

Washington, Tacoma,. Washington heart straightened business transac-|
EVENING 51 AR. I Bellingham, Washington, Everett, I DIXIE FLYER ROUTE tions. .etc. But improperly used, it has -CONNECTIONSTO -

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.1 Victoria. B. C.. VanCouver put many in jail.
Washington
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I Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, RichmondAll
._ B. C. Going via any direct route, I Rail and
thence via
--- --- WashIngton,
---- ---- ------ Pennsylvania Ry.
I Railway The Bee Hive is the place to get
returning via same or any other direct -

S route. Tickets on sale daily to I $44-70 San Francisco, Los watches, clocks and jewelry repaired. 10 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
I Angeles, Wire jewelry made to order. Dry
i Flyer route via Atlanta.
I September 30. inclusive.
Denver Prescott Salt Lake
City.
goods glassware, etc., at special pric- I
I $86.20-To San Francisco-and Los $49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Mis es. S. S. Bellamp, superintendent. No. 10 THE EAST Via Save & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphia
Over Half MillionSATISFIED California. Tickets sale I
a Angeles on soula, and Intermediate Points. i :20! West Broadway. and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington
at intervals in months ot July, Au. I Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and )Ierchants and Miners

gust and September. I $55.10.Portland, eattle, Tacoma, Vancouver I Don't only be employed but be profitably I Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhiladelSteamship -

CUSTOMERSDo Tickets on Sale Dally Good to Return I and Points in British Colum- employed and make the world phia.

October 31 I bia. better. II III
you think such an enormous business could be built up and I I KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Peninsular ana Occidental Steamship Co.
continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? $51.31-Asbury Park, N. J. i DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via TIt- I Call at the Big Oak Tree market on I Route of tne celebrated trains, New York nd f1b&Special, Florida

Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. I tun, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,I West Broadway for your choice beef, and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited andifriie Flyer

reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? I Nashville and St. Louis. pork, sausage, fish, etc. Vegetables In I j
Do think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business $52.55-Chautajqua, N. Y. I I rates7Sefw- -
you TWO TRAINS DAILY and season. Satisfaction guaranteed. Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to
and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using I $62.20-Halifax, N. S. I morning :Jones and Thomas, managers.All I ties, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. Ilartsell. D. P.
evening.
Through Sleepers on night
HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all ?
right $42.35-Hot Springs, Va. : trains for St. Louis and A.. Tampa; W. J. Craig. G. P. A.; .H. M. Emerson T. M.. Wilmington-. aWE
Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it I 1 Chicago. the bummers, loafers, hang-
wasn't absolutely and unadulterated? $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Y. -
1I
pure I Tickets on sale September 15 to October arounds and deadbeats have left the -
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. I
:31, inclusive. I town("). Help us to rejoice and give
Your money back if you are not satisfied. Summer Tourist sale .-....... ..-,"-, .
Rates ,
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are on I thanks). ""' -1!:. ;or. .;:_ 'Tf.it'w ", "'!"" ,: .J<:r'
United States Senate, Washington.D.C. to all Summer Resorts. 1I 1-- --==-=' I
I
"2 have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." For further information call upon 1i i I Give the Marion House a call. ARE OPENING UP

tt'm.Af. Stewart. or write to First class board lodging, etc., at liv-
U.S. Senator from Nevada. THE
J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber, I 1 I ing rates. Mrs. Sarah Gowens, pro

C. T. A., D .T. A. II II I I prietor. A NEW TERRITORY IN ARKANSASTHE

Ocala Florida. II
HAYNER WHISKEY '! 'Bear this In mind: You can have
I WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA
J. S. Harts I1, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
I your clippers ground at L. Green's

barber shop on his lightning clipper
I GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Arrival and of Trains at
FULL $ U2OEXPRESSfl Departure OcalaSEABOARD i grinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L.I Low rate tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON
1 I (Ireeu, barber West Broadway.
4 I MOUNTAIN ROUTE to points ARKANSAS, TEXAS OKLAHOMA -
O AIR LINE I' The Great Eastern Entertainment at Odd Fellows Hall
QUARTS PREPAIDOUR Ii IiI and INDIAN TERRITORY the firb and third Tuesdays of
Schedule in Effect April 16 I Monday night. in the interest of the
I
and Western Line
SOUTHBOUND K. of P. I each month up to and including December. HOMESEEKERS'tickets

OFFER We will! send you in a plain' sealed case with no Leave-1:20 p. m., and 2:05: a. m. : Across the Entire States oii will also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA, COLORADO -
marks to show contents FOUR FULL QUART I
Rev. S. M. Gibbs preached an able 'I
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR $3.20. and we Arrive from Jacksonville 2 p. m., IDAHO, MONTANA, NEVADA NEW MEXICO and UTAH.
will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have your doctor and 2 a. m. sermon at Zion M. Church last eve-
test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say NORTHBOUND TEXAS find LUU8IAA! A I ning. f ESPECIALLY LOW JIATES TO DENVER and return August
and perfectly satisfactory it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your ,
$3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer You I Arrive from Tampa-1 p. m., and 2 j 29 to September 3, inclusive, account National Encampment G.R .
don't risk a cent. a. m. I STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS I
i :SO TROUBLE ANSWER Ql'ESTlUN A. .
Orders for Ariz.,Cal..Col., Idaho.Mont..Nev..N.Mex.,Ore..Utah.Wash., : Leave.-2:20 p. m., and 2:05: a. m. I i I I ---- !.
or Wyo..must be on the basis of 4 OuartH. for.1.00 by Kxpreoa; Pre ,1 Direct Line to When your ship or health strikes the 1 COLONIST RATES to CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON -
paid or ttO Quart for&1:&>>::0,by Freight Trrpaid. ; ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneu- and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. Northbound I NORTH TEXAS monia, etc., you are lost It you don't
Write if reliable
me you want information. Free literaturemali'.d
No. 78, from St. Petersburg, Lakelandand get help from Dr. King's New Discov-
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY t NhW MhXICO
-Jr- .. Tampa, arrives 12:40: p. m.; leaves ery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon on request A j

Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, 0. St. Louis Mo .St. PaulMnn.! -. 1 p. m., for Jacksonville. I ARIZONA of Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I Missouri Pacific Ry. T. E. REHLANDER, !,11_

103 DISTILLERY. TROY 0. ESTABLISHED l8I 6. SouthboundNo. and had been very ill with Pneumonia under '
31t, from Jacksonville, arrives I the care of two doctors but was I lrn Mountain Route.

2:35 p. ir ; leaves, 2:55 p. m. CALIFORNIA getting no better, when I began, takingDr. Texas & Pacific Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent,

S. S. 0. & G. King's New Discovery. The first International &. Grt. Northern.
\VtlITK FOR SKW BOOK OF TEXAS. FRK
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m.. for Homo- dose gave relief and one bottle curedme.
Denver & Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
"
sassa. S Sure cure for sore throat, bron-

No. 45, leaves 10:05: a. m., for Juli E. p. TURNER chitis, coughs and colds. Guaranteedat

Restaurant. ette, Archer, Lake City and points General Passenger Agent the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, -.-. ,.". -,- ----......- ... ..-- ...."' :.'"'-" -
north. 50c. and $1. Trial bottle free.
No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, DALLAS, TEXAS I
Inverness and points south. i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
No. 44 arrives 9:40: a. m., from Ho-
.1 Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
mosassa. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Laws of Florida. THE SHORT LINE
48S8
No. 46 arrives 12:20: p. m., from Inverness Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap-
Juliette and points south.
XFirst Class Meals ter 4< $S, Laws of Florida.
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No. 48 arrives 6 p. m.. from Homo- Notice is hereby given that David Mc- TO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWESTVia

sassa. Intear, purchaser of tax certificate No.
Notice is hereby given that 1... J. Owns 869, dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. Chocago, Omaha, St. Louis and K uisas <"ilr is ths
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining purchaser of tax certificate No.li I
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN 1902. has filed said certificate in my
:;.*>, dated the 4th day of November,
office, and has made application for
A. D. 1S93, has filed said certificate in UNION PACIFIC
Room until Personal Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft tax deed to issue in accordance with
midnight.
open my office and has made application for
law. Said certificate embraces the following -
glow of health and a pure complexion,
I
attention given to special orders, anything make all women beautiful. Take a tax deed to issue in accordance with described property situated in and connoftions.)( : with through! =>l<"-piiiirars.. One-Way Colonist -

' the market offers prepared for the table on small dose of Herbine after each meal; IaSaid certificate embraces the Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Ne ,i
; following described property situatedin Kates sale from Septemlx-r L; to OHolx-r 31. 1905
: on : >
short notice. it will prevent constipation and help I of nw'". ex com at a pt 1.06 chs e of ,
Fla., to-wit Sw*
Marion :
digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Wm.M. county sw cor of nel, of nw'., sec 7, tp 17, to California. Oregonashington.: Montana. L'tah, etc.
"f rsee 5, tp 15, s, r :23! e. The
DunbVaiter Connects With Bar Stroud Midlothian, Tex., writes, i r 23 thence: e 7.67 chs. n 7.02 chs, w I
said land; being assessed at the date of. Special Hound-trip I'ate:> to California and the. Lewfe and
may 31, 1901: 7.67 chs, s 7.02: chs. The said land being -

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. "We have used Herbine in our family the name issuance of parties of such unknown.certificate Unless in the assessed at the date of the Issuance -, Clark :ExiKjsition: at Port laud. Oregon until I September L'Sth.Ask .

for eight years' and found it the I of such certificate in the name of
said certificate shall be redeemed according : for through rate from station and :>enire literature.
Special Price to Regular Boarders best medicine we ever used for constipation Unknown. Unless said certificate your
to law tax deed will issue
bilious fever and malaria." I shall be redeemed according to law Information Cheerfully liven.;
of October, A. .
thereon the icth day
Sold by all druggists. on tax deed will issue thereon on the

THE GARM13HAEL & SON GO D.Witne 194d. my official signature and I 16th day of September, A. D. 1905. G.; "'. ELL: T. J R A. J. VAXKKX-ELAFK.: :. ( eiil Agt.

Witness my official signature and ,
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. seal this the 7th day of September. A. seal, this the 15th day of August A. D. 13: Peachtree Stnet.tll1t:\. Ga.
At McGrath's Stand S. T. Sistrunk.
D. 1905.
I
I I&05. S. T. Sistrunk \
Very Low Rate Round Trip Summer Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. Fla. =
I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.,
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Tourist TicketsOn
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ORIGINAL sale daily to various resorts North i NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEYOND THE ROCKIES -

and West limited to October 31 to return Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -

e"NEDs including CHICAGO MILWAP- I' 4SSS. Laws of Florida. 4Ss Laws of Florida. ,
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act KEE. MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL .-f -. I

on the bowels] and thus assist in expelling I DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and Notice i? hereby: given that I.. C. Griffin Notice is hereby given that S. P. Lamb,

colds from the system is new and originalin I PUEBLO. purchaser of tax certificate No. purchaser of tax certificate No. 587, THE PORTLAND FAIR

Extreme'Iy Low Rates to Portland, Ore. I :2742! :!, dated the 3rd day of October A. dated the 4th day of November, A. D.
Laxative and Tar.LAXATIVE -- -
Kennedy's Honey JD.I ls9 has filed said certificate in Is95, has filed said certificate in my office -
Account Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition -
office. and has; made application for and has made application for tax
my
; also to SAN FRANCISCOand j I 3: DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?
tax deed to issue in accordance with| deed to Issue in accordance with law.
LOS ANGELES. :
law. :Said; certificate embraces the following -j Said certificate embraces the following I

A certain, safe and harmless remedy for TRACE tiTHE ONLY from LINE Florida operating through described property situated In I! described property situated in MarionIcour.ty I Not only the Pacific Northwest revolving about a worder-
sleepers to Chicago. T
!
all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, \Vt I ONLY LINE operating through Mai ion county Florida, to-wit: E;: i Florida to-wit: Lots 91, 92, fully unique and bizarre exposition, with a trip to Californiaan
add Anthony 9, tp
j Brokaw's sec
nw-i., sec 12. tp 17, r 22. The saU I 193.
L: La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all : sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with lof in Colorado All these
land being assessed at the date of the"j 14. r 22.:! The said land being assessed the side, but a stop-over en route.

Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers HONEYT1R [DINING Tourist CAR SF.RVICEThrough Sleepers. to California .I issuance of such certificate in the name j at the date of the Issuance of such noted sections of the country, which every good American insends -

praise the children's favorite Kennedy's I of Harris anJ Sanders. Unless"said! certificate in the name of I. J. Brokaw.
be taken in this the
I FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS to visit some time, can year at one
certificate shall be redeemed -
said
Laxative rtificate shall be redeemed accord- Unless
Honey and TarCOUGH
I Finest Dining car cervlce in the South ills to law. tax deed will issue thereon according to law, tax deed low rate announced for the Exposition.

SYRUP ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N. (In the 2tth! day of September A. D. will issue thereon on the 16th day of

For rates and schedules to any ;oir.t lSi.15> September, A. D. 1905. Geo. 1-:. LEE, S. L PARROTT,
North and for Pullman Witness official signature andS Witness my official signature and Rocklslaod I I
or West reservations my
Ptspared at the
"TO RED Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT & CO.. CHICAGO. V. S. A. call en or write George E. +M! this the ISth day of August, A. D. seal this the 15th day of August, A. D. Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt., ;
CLOVER BLOSSOM ASD THB ROUT BEB 13 OS BUST SOULI.r System -"- S
Herring Fla. Pass. Agt. L. t N. R. R. 1501 S. T. Sistrunk i 1905. S. T. Sistrunk,

Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. 206 W. Bay St., Ja<.ksvllvUle, Fla. I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion CO., Fit I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., FIa. Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga. VI
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