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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
sn 84027621 ( LCCN )

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COMING IN EVERY DAY.
..n Every Lady's Dressing i Chamber aJ I DAIRYFor I '

Among those Received Today Are: q PP55r Make Marriage Irremediable
Homes Found on Farms in the ,
r should be equipped with :a chin v, snow-white one-piece .
I West and New Useful Life. u I Says Dr. Parkhurst.A .
Qaeen Olives, Celery Relish :1 a L "Stanllmt' Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. I Your

Have to consider .
: ever stopped

Sweet Mixed Pickles, I CHILDREN ARE HAPPY 2r t ---'v-J---''j how delightfully you ; convenient it would I WAY TO ENTER SOCIETY Pure Milk and Cream

Stuffed Mangoes and Saur d ..(i r be to have hot and cold running water !
85 Per Cent of Those Sent West Grow ;. J" inrJ Clergymen Aroused-The Episcopal I
Gherkins in Bulk. to Be Respected and Useful Citizens o II ": -{ I l in your drtssirg chamber sleepingaparment \ i Board Introduced a Canon Do. 3 I Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.

Give our order man a jar While Only 25 Per Cent of h! I (tt(: ;.-' .-..: or first-floor toilet room? Away With Divorces-It Is Now

% Those in City Turn Out Well. t"- { Its rtsence would afford you the highest Within Discretion of Ministers to I
with next order and let i : "f Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
\ .
f your Nat All Homes Are Good. I lViThf! i Degree cf comfort. i Decline to Marry Divorcees. I
'n4
I fill it. Remember these While much is said about the steady TT Ml M The discovery that San Francisco i
us !I J:j\\\ 1 '- { \( \ e \\ gaay quote you prices. :
/t influx of young men and women to the JI I I! Los Angeles Kansas City, and Seat- I I =
all Heinz Goods and m\ Our plumbers are strictly competent
-.J. are great cities, a movement which is es- : /jRf: / : tie count divorces at the rate of one
mechanics honest and reliable. i iI iI
Fresh. timated to add more than one hundredto -"--- .f\\. 1 1I 1k 1r
to every four marriages is all the
this city's population every day, k BARGAIN TIME :
Prompt Delivery, and Polite little is said of the counter current more significant when it is consideredthat
I famed for the laxity
Paris, long
which is
taking the waifs of the metropolis
Attention.AT to good homes in the Middle I i iI iI iI of its morals, records nineteen mar-

West. The institution which dues I riages to every divorce.In HT

THE TEAPOT GROCERY. this work is the New-York Juvenile I 1901 Paris had 9.404 more mar- I II I
Asjlum. riages than Chicago, and 4S6 less divorces I II

In the last fifty years the Juvenile I FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC CO Nor is it only in France that II I

Asylum has placed six thousand of I the United States suffers by comparison I The Ocala Steam Laundry

its wards in private homes in the I .
DO YOU WANT ------ --- The statistics compiled by the United
West, and this work is regarded by I i

Superintendent Hilles and the direc- LEARN TELEGRAPHY I II RED CROSS MATTRESSES I States Commissioner of Labor -
TO BUY A show that the Increase in the number -
tors as the most valuable that the institution I AND R. R. ACCOUNTING I
performs for it has been i of divorces granted in this coun-
I Sera the samples cut from Red Cross
found that the children placed in : try has been at the rate of S." per cent
SEE OUR RED, LIST
I $:;;,0 to $;;;00 a month salary assured -
wholesome homes in the West over j Mac- a 'ear. On this basis, those permitted -
I our graduates under bond. Our six : in 19u5! will number 48,820,
85 per cent grow to be useful and respected i 1: from the finest cotton, are In two saysThe
citizens, while of those who schools the largest in America and endorsed 'I styl.- "Perfection," and "Tufted," i Globe. -

remain in the city only 25 per cent by all railroads. Write for cat I and both covered with pretty art ticking I On the other hand recent statistics I

turn out equally well. ; of Great Britain, France, Germany,
alogue. More School of Telegraphy. The mattresses are warranted .
There thick volumes Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden. Rus-
at
are many Cincinnati 0., Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta, n.\'er to get hard or lumpy. The pricesare
the Juvenile Asylum made of let- sia, and the Netherlands show that i
up Ga., La Crosse Wis., Texarkana, Tex., $14 and $1:; for the two styles. I t
j
ters from youngsters who, on Western j I| the increase in Europe has been at
San I'rar.cisco, Cal.ALWAYS There is nothing better made ,and every J
farms, are gaining a firm foothold anda mattress is fully guaranteed. i! the rate of .075 per cent a year. ThisI I PROTECT YOUR BOOKS !Ii
new outlook upon life. Of course I I I would place the total for Europe and

mistakes sometimes occur. Not all SUCCESSFULWhen I I Australia for 1905 at 23,127.If i They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or .

Do You Want ToSell the homes are good, not all the chil- I DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON therefore, the increase has been I house exposed to dust and damage! Of course you

dren thankful. The asylum depends Indigestion becomes chronic maintained at 5.4 per cent a year, as I can't help it, if your bookcase is full' and of the old

Rent on its visitors, who inspect several I it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I every indication would !seem!! to point II style solid construction. Better get rid of such a case.
or Buya times each year the condition of its \\ill cure indigestion and all troubles I Ilcncy and Tar as a throat and lung the United States at the present time or start: a new one that will always accommodate your
I leniedy, and on account of the great books ithout being either too large or too small-one
wards, to discover any case of Ill. resulting therefrom, thus preventing I issues each year twice as many di-
House Store, treatment and to remove any one who II Catarrh of the Stomach: Dr. Nevv- I merit and popularity of Foley's Honey : vorces as Europe, Canada, and Australia that grows with your library and always fits it The'"Elastic"

is not properly taken care of. Last brough of I..eague"a.., says: "To: and Tar many imitations are offered combined.

Lot, or Farm? year five such instances were brought those suffering from indigestion or :i for the genuine. Ask for Foley's ;I Thinking men and women the world I 9tub e : cru>ickeI <

to light. Two of these sprang from I sour stomach would say there is no i Honey and Tar and refuse any sub'ptitutt over have not been slow to recog-

Do You Want to I a deliberate attempt to induce the better remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia i' offered, as no other preparation I i nize this great menace to society and I BooK-Case

wards, young men nearly eighteen I Cure. I have prescribed it for a number will give the same satisfaction. I 1 the home. W. E. Gladstone himself, '

Insure Life, years old, to desert and consequently of my patients with good success." I It is mildly laxative. It contains no i| shortly before his death, sounded a I is the original and only up-to-date sectional book-case
I I and is made the
abandon the cpiiits and is safest for children! and 1 I by largest manufacturers of such goods
$50 and new suit of I Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure digests: what note of warning particularly directed I
.Limb or Property? clothes which were due to each of | you eat and makes the stomach sweet.! delicate persons.! Sold by the Post- : at the United States. in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades,sizes

I them on his eighteenth birthday. The I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. i office Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. "The future of America in its highest I any and prices and ,all adapted require to .

THEN LOSE NO bojs wrote that while they had hitherto I,, 1I 1I 1j I i features," said he "naturally de- ments. It's a system of

TIME: IN SEEING I been treated well, recently there I I I pends upon the incidents of marriage. I c + units each unit fitted
had been a complete change. A visitor I I 'j No.country has ever been so directly r with the perfection-
I H. ROBINSON President. J, I'' I
C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager.S.
discovered the for this II proof roller
reason I challenged as America now is to bearing
DITTO & MALONEY I and the wards were taken from their H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. j choose its course definitely with ref. dooc But we'll be glad

--- homes. In one case the farmer was 1 i erance to one, of the very greatest to show them if you call, !
I compelled to pay the boy $42, besides; 1! of those Incidents. t 1 or will send illustrated

FordF' letting him take away $14 which he i "The solidity and health of the so- catalogue on request.

had put In a toy bank. In the other I j I H
WAZ.REPAIRS COMMERCIAL\ BANK I I eta body depend upon the soundness
instance the farmer paid $24 and the of its unit. That unit is the family; ,

1 sale of a pet calf formerly given to 'I and the hinge of the family is to be

the boy brought $36 more. A third : found in the great and profund insti- -

GO TO case was that of a boy who was so I OCALA, I FLORIDA :| tutlon of marriage."It ,I ji
I
badly clothed that his feet were froz: I might be too much to say that

F. C. B.WEIHE en. The man who had charge of him a good system of marriage law and of "i
was sued by the asylum authoritiesand ; I I II I :
'i the practice appertaining to It, of It JJg1
The Jeweler.Periection judgment of $50 was secured Your Business i with us will Protect YOU Against I cornmunity. I ,

against The asylum's him. official visitors see I Burglary, Fire and'} Careless Handling of Funds. : But I cannot doubt that :; r*V .
; I I : this converse is true, and that if the K "
that the ward is well treated, but I relations of husband and wife are

Canopies there is no sure way of seeing that: wrongly comprehended in what most I SOLD BY

the ward treats his guardian well. VAULTS : belongs to them, either as to law I Ii
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT
In the majority of cases, however, the i or as to conduct, no nation can rise I II

children are anxious to please and as to the fulfilment of the higher Mclyei andMacKay
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grateful as could be asked. Not in- I tinies of man. des-I

frequently one comes on pathetic letters I 1 "While divorce of kind impairs
any INiousElloLD
1I THE OCKLAWAHA INN I De LeRS
as self-accusation. The follow- :i the Integrity of the family, divorce !

ing is from a fifteen-year-old girl I I i *ith re-marriage destroys it with root I

"I have never regretted coming A Pleasant Homelike House I and branch." FUR SHINGS
a f West, and I think it is the most beau- r'. ; I| On this side of the Atlantic, the FUNITUftEOC1&L)ND
I
tiful of the country. I can do al- 6
part
I highest! minds of the clergy have
Rooms ther'
most all kinds of housework, except r Elegant, Airy and sought a remedy. The Methodist Episcopal F'L-ClRIIA.
nice pastry cooking. My guardianshave A.
/ church, at its last general conference
'
lived In the same house nearly !,- :, very Choicest Table Board. I recognizing a united effort :

thirty-eight years. I shall stay in my the of the Protestant churches
on part
i Special Rates in Summer to 'I --
gpPlt+G i. home after I am of age if my guar- of the United States "to rouse the ,
Sse THT dians are willing I hope I shall get I
4 pACKAGEJ religious and moral sentiment of the
to be a better girl soon, bit it seems ; Weekly and Monthly Board- land in defense of the purity and I. f h

The best on earth for either iron or doubtful; and I make so much trouble ,I 1's ers. stability of the marriage relation," Is Your Bathroom Modern ? .

wood beds or children's cribs. Most that I sometimes wish I had never appointed representatives to the Interchurch
I come West. It is a trying ordeal for r You cannot have too safeguards for the health 1eo y4yqFi
durable, sanitary and time saving. We I MRS. HATCHELL, conference, and urged upon many *
my guardian to keep me, and I some- its ministers the strict enforcement of family and self especially the growing
are headquarters: for everything in I
I children.Bad
times think that I will
never come 1 Proprietress. i, of the law of the church forbidding plUIDb-
beds of bed fittings, from the canopy I to any good, but I will promise you to I or antique .
the of
I re-marriage all divorced ,
strive to do better. Mrs. Warren OCALA FLORIDA ;(' per- ing is as dangerous to the.
to the springs. Our prices are always I sons. The law makes an exception I
thinks I am very slovenly, and she I' health as good or modern
I
in the case of the innocent party in
gets out of patience with work --- plumbing ii beneficial
my !
right.McIVER a divorce obtained for infidelity.The 's-
and tongue. I was always left to The of
& MacKAY my general assembly of the Pres- I y cost renewing your
run loose in New York, and I thinkI WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF. byterian Church North enjoined all ; t bathroom with 5tes4rtf
was put in the asylum." rf Ware will in be
the ministers of the church to rei i reality
Mrs. Warren's view of the
case was ; fu!e to perform marriages in the i health assurance, g
not quite so black. She wrote:
Y et "Annie has improved in ability to cases of divorced persons. 'exceptthose I We hare -sample! in
xJgttY HARD WAREEI 1
I ; divorced for causes allowed by
work, and I live in hopes that she will the standards of the church.At I our show rooms and! will -

I I do better as she grows older. She the general convention of the : lad1r luote y W! prices.
has a good educatton, and can writea :1
I Protestant Episcopal Church a canon

ti .; r saucy very tongue good that letter,is but vertrying she has l to a i Heaters, Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing doing away with all divorce was !Introduced i R. E. YONGE & CO. ,
I in the House of Deputies. !

-. $ I i endure.Instances" of asylum boys whose !,II I Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies: provision Although was this made failed that of it would passage be :i /

names are now well known in many i i
within the discretion of any minister Ti
of the For I .
parts country are frequent.
:I example, in the: last contest! for the Sash, Doors Blinds and Glass Farming} and Garden Implements of all Kinds to decline to celebrate the marriageof i i
divorced per on8. In this i
., Illinois Governorship John J Brown, way i I
--4. those ministers! who have conscientious If You Need
urI .
County Judge of Vandalia County, ,
I objections to the re-marriage of
was prominently mentioned as a candidate -
all divorced persons are left free to I y
to run against Governor Yates.
-- '" I decline to officiate at such marriages. Money 1
) 0- Mr. Brown was sent to Vandalia County : ,
I The National League for the Pro-
by the asylum in 1861 and placed
I tection of the Family. an associationwith
ClBvcr\
Coipiercial l with William Hemminger, a prosperous such men as Nathaniel Ship- Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOPyou
farmer. Mr. Hemmlnger's two
:Traveler sons declined their father's offer to man. Bishop Lawrence of :Massachus- .1 can get the most liberal loan on your Diamonds -
etts. Seth Low. and President
send them to college, and instead he Georr '( Watches, Jewelry, Furniture, Tools amt afl r
I Harris of Amherst at its head al-
has
Knows the value of a swell rig when sent young Brown. After graduatingMr. Hinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED .
calling on his patrons, and if he has Brown studied law and became i so been very active in its efforts to obi i PLEDGES FOR 8AL&
tain uniform divorce legislation- for
been in Ocala before he knows that active in State politics. The rectorof i /
I the whole of the United States Practically :+ + All Business Strictly Confidential
the place to secure one, with good one of the largest churches in r
every clergyman of note in this M. RUBIN, proprl.t.r. '
driver handsome buggy, or carryall Brooklyn is an old asylum boy. and per
I I city has assailed! the evil from his 1i
with plenty of room to stow away his one of Chicago's best known lawyers I $!;; : 14 North Magnolia SL. Ocala.Florid
pulpit but the sore spreads, and radical -
sample cases, and well groomed well declares that he got his start in life
I
needed in order
are to
measures
fed horses: fine as silk: can always be i when six years old by stealing apples
procured here at low prices. We will j. from a pushcart on the Bowery--a check its progress

give :you good service: at low cost. I crime for which he was sent to the
asylum. HAY TEDDERSHay In one unbroken nocturnal flight I i LUMBeR

S. A. STANDLEY & CO. the European bird known as the north- I
era bluethroat has been known to
Rooms to Let In Paris.A Presses Mowers Rakes Knife and Tool GrindersA i i I
travel from Central Africa to the German -.I

white card on a Parisian dwelling Ocean, a distance of 1,600 miles, ROUGH DRESSEDSee
L.ALEXANDERPractical house indicates that furnished apartments Complete' ; Stock of Repairs: for Both making the journey in nine hours. I

are to be let. .yellow card I DEERING AND McCOR/WCK Phone
informs Lizards! were the only living things or
pedestrians that unturnlshel
t I found by the expedition which recent
bo had. Machines and .
rooms may The object is Implements.HARDWARE
CARPENTER AND BUILDER ly. for the first time, explored the region i F
to save passers-by the trouble of -
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in Australia lying south of the B. H. SEYMOUR ,
crossing the street it they chance t.i .
Careful estimates made on all contract be on the opposite side, in case such MARION COMPANY MacDonnell Mountains. On one occasion { .
ten days without find- -
work. Cites more and better work rooms aa they desire are not adver- j they were .I Ocala 'Flar r
PHONE NO. 25. .
r' for the money than any other In town. Used.-Ex change. 1 l I SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD S. MACDUF. I lag w&ter. __ __ :\ r

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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905

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EVENING STARC. : TEMPERANCE RALLY AT ANTHONYRev. M & LlIAlBU) HOUR LICENSE PATENT ON MEDICINES I! CAPITAL $50,000.00 . __



L. BITTINGER & CO. _

I HERBERT A. FORD President. ;. .

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Mr. Kenney acted as chairmanof The Dealer Who Sells!! and the Man i GEO. H. FORD, Vice PresidentF.

Proprietors and Publishers. the temperance rally at Anthony BANKERS Who Drinks These Decoctions for \ WATSON-Cashier.. _

Thursday. The day's exercise began at I the Whisky in Them Will Here- i

C. L. BITT1NGER, Lovers' Lake a short distance east of : after Pay for the Same. !

Editor and General Manager the village a lovely spot where a Ocala S Florida I
II
I I CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK I IOF \

R. R. CARROLL, the stand audience for the had speakers been placed and seats beneaththe for I I II COMMISSIONER.REVENUE DECIDES. OF .INTERNAL THE i j .

City Editor and Business Manager I
spreading oaks. I QUESTION : _

--- --- ---- Rev. C. C. Carroll, pastor of the LOANS. DEPOSITS. I I OCALA.

CONTRACTING AND BUILDING Ocala Baptist church was the firstspeaker. .
i Dealers in Such Medicines as Have .
In substance he said: He ,
: If you are going to build anything, Alcohol in Them Must Take Out J. K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSON
chest to a fine did not speak so much against the
horn a cedar clothes CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION, License. r't. GEO, MACKAY. ED MILLER.uireCOrS .
residence or a brick block don't fail dealers as the evils of the traffic. He -
HERBERT A. GEORGE FORD.
FORD.J 1
J. Mc-
to see or write for estimates to fanatic appliedto
took up the term as ,
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contractor and builder-
Xealy. the active temperance workers and denied Washington Sept 15.-The commis-

"'The' Man Who Doesn't Wait" No He said the leaders R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK 1 t ioner of internal revenue today ren- -
the imputation. I
1!. Fort King avenue, .Ocala, Fla.
I df red a dedsion that will seriously affect A CARD OF THANKSWe I
in any great cause were hailed as I FULLER & BLALOCK I a number of patent medicines II I

AND WASHSTANDSWe \ heroes if they succeeded, and denounced -
DRESSERS
composed of distilled liquors. lie has: desire thus publicly to expressour : !

as fanatics if they failed. The DENTAL SURGEONSOffice reversed a ruling of his department high sense of appreciation to the Turpentine Operators
have a particularly! fine stock of ,
temperance movement in this countryhas made- many year ago. and now de- pat 101 is of 'our respective districts for .
and washstands in all
odd dressers
failure. From the ides that the manufacturer of these the letters and affidavits written and
not been a
Over Mnnroe & Chainbliss1 Bank
styles and woods. See the line
prices
time of its commencement, fifty years i :-dicine9 must take out a licence a sworn to in refutation to the charges I

before. buying elsewhere.:Mclver & MacKay. ago. constant progress has been made. OCALA, FLA. rcctihers and liquor dealers and that r.entlmade to the department i ATTENTION !

Then it was usual to have a bottle of I druggists and others handling them against our official, civil and religious

liquor beside the water pail and all will have to pay the usual retail liquor conduct und to all others who have

$25 REWARDI classes indulged in the habit. That Terms, Cash. I dealfis licensee. The commission spoken wi i ds of commendation aboutus '

custom has been banished. Temperance ------- ---- "r. in a letter of xplanation to in regard to same. We desire to

will pay a reward of $15 for conviction has ben carried into all lines of I <-<.!I ie
of any man in Marion countyfor husine s. Sobriety is demanded bY'' J. E.CHACEDENTAL that there are a number of compoundson result of the investigation we will feel

violating the game law, and $:5 all the employers of labor. He believed I the market going under the name no l less grateful and will have the happy Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent

where the party lives in Ocala. the time,_would come when the of medicines that are composed priiuri- consciousness of knowing that we

Henry Gordon, Sheriff. dealer in liquor would be called a fanatic SURGEON I pally of distilled spirits without the have completely vindicated ourselvesin producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin

addition of drugs or medicines in sufficient entire satisfac- I
I this matter to the
striving
instead of those who were I
STARTLING MORTALITY II I to prevent its sale. The liquor Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bid!t I quantities to change materiallythe tion of every citizen who i is in anyway I and Spirits Tin pen tine delivered at either Jackson-

II character of the whisky. conversant with the facts in the I
of gain-a get- I
1 traffic was simply" one
Statistics show startling mortalityfrom I rich-quick business. Leading saloonkeepers OCALA, FLA. While no statement is made by th. I case. I. vile or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or com

appendicitis and peritonitis. To whisky I commissioner as to the medicines that Again assuring those who have evidenced .
1 did not drink their own -
prevent and cure these awful diseases and partiaularly was this true in Terms, Cash. I will be affected it is believed that several I such confidence and respect to-I mission charges. We are also prepared make liberal

there is just one reliable remedy. Dr. Carroll read circular 1 prominent and highly advertised ward us our appreciation and grateful
Ocala. Mr. a _____ _____
:King's New Life }'111s. M. Flannery of sent out b) the liquor men of Ocala, '- medicines will be affected by the de thanks and the further assurance that advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank

14 Custom House Place. Chicago. says: It cision. In some instances the medicines i we shall endeavor to merit the same
it. I
but without any name signed to SOFT, GLOSSY HAIRIt
"They have no equal for Constipation had he said neither father nor mother have; been found to contain as hih a* in the future: we are with grat"ful-I cars-it: will save yoaJlots oi mbney. For further in

23c.;; at the AntiMonopoly 45 cent of alcohol and there are
and Biliousness. per ness Very respectfully yoursC.
yet it pled with the voters to preventi Can Only Be Had Where There is I
I
Drugstore. wet or dry election because of its No Dandruff I many on the market that contain a!' \ II. Stewart, Carrier No. 1. formation apply toSTANDARD

high as 25 i>er cent of alcohol. These. J. S. Roche. Carrier Xo. 3.
expense. He took up the circular by 1 I
who wants soft. medicines have an immense sale: in Ocala Postoffice.
man or woman
SPRAINS paragraphs and dissected it in a way Any I
I that made his hearers laugh themselves glossy hair must be free of dandruff !]i I prohibition communities; figures collect -

S. A. Reid. Cisco. Trx., writes, March almost off their seats. He told which caust-s falling hair. Since it has ,;;, (=-d in Massachusetts recently showing II WETS WON IN DANVILLE I NAVAL STORES GO

11. 1901: "My wrist was sprained so several jointed and amusing anecdotes become known that dandruff is a germ ]!I!| that one much advertised comI -

badly by a fall that it was useless. and and gained such a strong hold on his disease the old hair piepaiutions that: !!i I I pound with a high per cent of whisky -, Danville Va., Sept. 16.-The local j

irritants have been had been bought to the' extent of option election here Friday resulted in I Ia Jacksonville Fla.
failed scalp
after using several remedies that audience that notwithstanding the rainno were mostly |I II II | I ,

to give relief used Ballard's Snow one moved. Mr. Howell offered him I I abandoned and the public barbers and :; 200,00i bottles in one year in prohibi- \ victory for the "wets" by a majority
I
Liniment and was cured. I earnestly the shelter of an umbrella but he said I I I doitors included have taken to using J JXt'wbro's i tion communities' one New- EnglandI of 18. The total vote was 672. The ]

I "drys" say that they will contest the I
recommend It to anyone suffering from 'Never mind me, give it to the ladies." Ht'rpiddethf' only hair Irejparation I
that kills the lwkuff perm.E. !! election on the ground of illegal \'uting.1while
Sold all druggists.
sprains. by After his address th> people crowded

around him to offer conhratulations. Dodd Diikinson N. I).. says: "Her- j THRtE JURORS CURED the "wets" contend that n.lUlyl WATCHES OF WORTHIn
from 100 of their votes w..nilIl"gallv ieljected. I II
cleanses the
LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED The shower having let up, Mr. W. picide not only scalp i -
.
I I D. Tarn made few remarks anent U. S. dandruff and prevents the haid falling Of Cholera Morbus With One Small I I \
FREE OF CHARGE
'licenses ir dry counties and showed out, but promotes a new growth. ll>r- Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi I i alcohol
Have you *.en those little i such constant watch should ha ea..fyJto
choosing companion ,
& as a one
hair glossy.
& Co. pkide keeps my very
Phon 26. R. E. Yor.ge inclusively that tile result was most I
I and Diarrhoea RemedyMr.
era stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just
I i-reditable to prohibition. Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. II III I' select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch
the thing for these hot days, and cheap
: DAYS in stamps for samplr to the HerpiciJ G. W. Fowler of Hightower Ala., .
WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY Dinner followed and it was such a and sold.
I Costs 75c. for the stove
I Co.. Detroit. Mich. Tydings & Co., relates an experience! he had while i .loo. you I -
spread as made every aching void le- There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortmentefreHable
hour to it.ABSCESS
ipecial agents, Ocala Fla. I ser'ingon a petit jury in a murder 2c. an run i
The Iron Mountain Route has fowl I:juice. I II I I movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our guarantee .
seat of
on sale very low: rate tickets to Hot The clouds again threatening the I case at Edwardsville. county
I Cleboun> ,'ount .. Alabama. lIe says: I goes with every ona of course.
[II Ings, Ark. Tickets can be bought I I met ting was adjourned to the
Ietho-I "While there I ate some fresh meat ABSCESSES!= : with few exceptionsare We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watches-betn
on certain days during July Augus 'list church. The ladies sang
and some souse meat and it gave me inicative of constipation or debil men's and women's. We and recommend Simmons' watch chain'.
and September one fare plus twodollars ring temperame anthem "Throw out carry fully
I'
for the round trip. Write for I the life line. and then Rev. L. W. LOOK cholera morbus in a very severe form.I ity.W. the best known high quality, gold filled chains made. ,
I was never more sick in my life and II. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., "
I
literature descriptive of hotels, etc. Moore held forth for an hour. Ii
sent to the drugstore for a certain writes, Aug. K;;, 1302:! : "I want to say a I
I. E. Rehlander. T. P. A. Mr. Moore said that Mr. Carroll had I
i i cholera mixture. but the druggist sent word of praise for Ballard's Snow Lin-,
Chattanooga, Tenn.A used all his ammunition in the morning -
me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, iment. I stepped on a nail, which I A. E. BURNETT
and !left him nothing to do but repeat -
('holt>ra and Diarrhoea Remedy in- caused the cords in my leg to con-i
COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS and emphasize a few points. He I
WAIT II, si.-ail. saying .that he had what I sent tract and an abscess to rise in my;
made a good address and the audience -- --
: for. but this ine>Hcne! was so much I knee. and the doctor told me that I
A. J. Jennesse, 9201:: Cutler St., Chicago heard him gladly. The rain continuing -
b.-tt-r that ho would rather send it to Ii. | would have a stiff leg, so one dayI
writes '1 switchman and the crowd called for another talk
: am a I'
'ii.. in. the fix I was in. I took one dose I went to J. F. lord's drugstore (who
Florida
am out in all kinds of weather. I took from Mr. Carroll. lie complied and East Coast
'>t -nd WPS hf'ter in five. minutes. !; is now in Denver, Cpl fl), He recommended RaiIway'-
It cold which settled in my kidneys ,Mainly showed that he had not used
WATCH I II'oi' ,i The :"ccond dose cured me entirely. ] a bottle of Snow Liniment. I ,
: and 1 was in bad'shape.. I tried several ill his ammunition in the morning1.
Tv.o follow! jurors were afflicted inj: got a ;50c. size. and it cured my leg. It
advertised! remedies with no benefit Notice was given that petitions werein i the !s.une manner and one small bot-j is the best liniment in the world." Sold local t Time Card No. 62. In L Effect Apr117i!

until I was recommended to tryFt.teys the hands of Rev. Kenney and Mr. ,
tU C'lIrpd the three of us." For sale by by all druggists. '
\ Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds ofa Tom Jones and, all who would could SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN.) NORTHBOUIfrtUllSIeepingtCarSiOnTTrains w.
I he Postoffice Drugstore. .
bottle cured me." Sold by the Post. find them. our I Handsmic I ( I Lino i i of I I _
OCALA HOUSE CAFE
offii-e Drugstore Ocala, Fla. Note I : ND. 99 ND. 29 STATIONS H..11. I.. II
I Fill I and Winter ioods:: to ht'I I -SCHOOL OPENING Opposite A. C. L. passenger aepot, :snow 0111,. 0111,. 1111,. Dill,.
Mr. Dan Miller Fire Chief Brigance
'
CREAMERY BUTTER .and the editor of the Star enjoyed dinner I arriving in a few : '.! open, under new management and, -Soop 940a Ly ___Jack'lODvllle.... .__ Ar -lOOp- -.10 II
Miss! Shane's school will reopen first class in every respect. A la carteor ,I \I 07 P 9 U A __..So. Jac1t&rJDvllle__. L' e 112 P 5 n.
25 CENTS A POUNDThe with Mis. Tom Leitner and family 615 1066 a ,. ___.St. AunfltiDe __ II 60 'iO.I
from New York whriv Monday, October 2, 1905, at the same meals to regular boarders, $6 I P : P a
I per ..
Hid Mr. and Mrs. Hillman. The way 663 p'118:1: a --.-...-..Ha ttng8_..__._ 465 P 6 4)A
IMS: 135 S. Second: street. week through the summer months. I 710p1U50a .. _.._........East l'alatka........_. : $4P 628$
Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly Mr. Miller praised the fig preserves our Buyer now i i-:. Derartments usual-Kindergar- --,- .. -

on hand, receiving a fresh sup and toothsome custard pie reminded I as G. R. Troxler, Proprietor. T 35 p'lJ' IS p,Ar ..._....?...Palatka' ..._ ._. LT 410p 6la64.5p'il2SaLy
i. n. Primary and Preparatory. I II ;) ._............PaIatka__._. Ar lOOp C5aSMa L '
ply every two days. delicious, pure, the writer of the campaign of almost a For further information address I I 98 .#

Georgia rbutter, 25 cents of when he took GIVEN UP TO DIE ;---j---; \ ; Ar .._._._ o)1'It..o_____ Lv 210p ...-- CD )
per s l'UI. years ago a I Miss) Annie M. Sharpe, 32 S. Foarth I I 2 lOp1 8 00a LT ..............._1.0: Hat4"O _.._..._ Ar 8 23p T 60.
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. I trip over the county with Mr. M.. who Boston store. : Ocala Florida. i J
:St.; ,
B. Speigel 1201 N. Virginia St., Ev-! 7-'im-: Lv ..._.__._N.'og!,! _...... ... L1" H7p :::
was then making the race for county I nsviile, Ind. writes "For over five I 99and 8 03 p,12 47 p .. ........_.....BUDLPIl8.....__ Slip S3 INCREDIBLE BRUlALITY clerk and won-the most popular candidate : : SlOplsSSp 'I ........._.,..._Dupt'nL-.. N S37p ,'
BEST FOR CHILDREN year I w.i!' troubled with kidney and '! 841p 1 lip .. ....._......._..Orlll"n ...__ 310p 46'a
in the county. 'I 8 63 p 133p .. ..........._..Dafton"_..._.......... .' a 00 p 4 47 a )
It would have been Incredible brutal- b'ac:1der: affections which caused me j, I Oip ISlp ...............P''rt Oranl:"._......_ .. 260p 436ailia
Louis Lang with his auto. wa the AN OPPORTUNITY Mothers, be careful of the health of much pain and worry. I lost flesh and [ 25 P 3 15p lr -__.....New hmyrna....._.._ 990p
\ttytf Charles F. Lemberger of Syra- -- -- re
most: popular man on the grounds. ash I your children. Look out for Coughs, was ail run down and a :year ago had ] 10 :31 a 3 44 p Ar _........ Uks Helen ..._..__. LTLT J45p: eiop
Cu e"N. Y., had not done the best he conveyed a bevy of handsome AH persons in our rltyvho p time ('olds. Croup and Whooping Cough. to abandon work entirely. had three' 10 39 a 355p ..'. _.........__0ianj5 ('11) ..._ .. 12 i.'i P SMp .
could for his suffering son. "My boy," i 0 45 a 4 00 p ......-Orange City Junction._. 230: p 6iipsaaa
young ladies from the lake to the for reading is limited by reason;; of daily Stop them in time-One Minute Cough I of the best physicians: who did me i iino -

he says, "cut a fearful gash over his church. work are invited to spend their evenings I Cur is the b >pt remedy. Harmless and I! gcod. and I was practically given \93SplOOOp 235p .... ....*.*,..Newrna..___ LTAr 2 tOp 405&
eye, so I applied IJucklen's Arnica 2 61 p .. ...._...........CakUHI..._._ 164p116p .,
at the Epworth Reading and Social pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was j 108Jp 330pSSOp Ar ... ..... ......_TJtu-eville a__.._._ sooa fa
Salve which quickly l healed it and Mr. Bishop, the leading merchantand Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6' and 7:30 I by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. recommended and the first bottle gaveme i! -- --. ,
saved his eye." Good for burns and trucker his good wife and other 900a .....::: .....................!; .) .__._...._LT 000 a 10 oo a, 0
to 10 J-. m. The rooms are free to the great relief, and after taking the ;; ; _ooa'Lv ....................Sar.fr'r-l............__. Ar ...__ 900a :2.
ulcrrs, ton. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly ladies ran a refreshment stand for the general public.Nunnally's I .- __ .
Drugstore. benefit of the Methodist church but I LIBRARY TABLESWe !seona: bottle I was entiiely cured. j 10 3t P LY .._........._ Tituevllle__... LY lisp1234p JOOa 1 0114
I I Soli by the Postoffice Drugstore LI UpU53p 09 P _......_....0......._._..._ .. 2 13 I IU .
1 the unsettled condition of the candies fresh week Fla. 2:1: P 413p 'I __..... ._Itnckledge__.._ 1280p 2 II a
BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4000If militated their w'ath-I every II have the jrttiest and most Ocala, I 445p .. ...._......_.F.auOal'18' ......_ 11 8a 14ia184a 3H"
er against t)y express, and only 60c. per pound. complete line of oak and mahogany 11 05 a 4 Up" ____lIetbonrne..... ...,...:... .. 11' a
i'ou don't have to pay for the name 1361 a 637 P .. _............obll8t1an_ ._ I' U WalJllaI01lall00, M
taken soon, we have for sale a Sparr was represented by the Luff- I library tables ever shown in Ocala.A COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE I 1 33 a 629p _..._......_.lit. L.Ir.I"..._...._ .. .
I in buying these goods and there Is no 185 a218a 15 45 P .. _...........I'or' PIe..__ .. lOWa'll,' iip N
Lowells Allen Stevens and Mr. -
brick block, containing three stores, mans. : I big shipment has just arrived. You ., .
930all '
I better candy sold in this market. Sold lSIeepingtCarSiOnTTrains 708p ._....Tlhha1.8m IS { 2'J.]
large hall, six offices above, on very Eminisor; Martin by Mr. Baxter and are cordially invited to inspect them.l1der You can get the Cosmopolitan Magazine -J 2 23 a 7 12: p _....__.Ed-n:I .__ __._ .. I 26 a 11 18 p]
ind recommended by the Po;;;tofCice I .. If 9 21 a t)
i and Star one I 228& 717p728p _._._. J nen .. 11111 ]P
reasonable terms. A fine investment; family: Reddick by Mr. Mayo the big Drugstore. & MacKay. the Weekly year 2 33 a 'I _........."....._"'U'.r'_. '1 11 a 11 04]P ::
will pay 15 per cent. or more. If interested trucker: Daisy by Albritton.. the for $1.50, and the Cosmopoliton one 804aI 766p .. ........... Hobe Sound: ..__ .1 8 42 a,10 38 ]
months ,... 27 a 8 Up .,.._.... ..West Jufitn_._ I' 8 24 a 10 1*]P i
inquire of Ditto & Maloney, young merchant. I CURED OF BRIGHT-S DISEASE year and the Daily Star three t; U 404 a 8 tip _......West Palm Beach..._ .. t48a 4ip
Ocala, Fla. LOST-A !uk coat dark pepper: and I i for $1.75. Cash in advance in each''; '.. 4 32 a442a 9 18 p ... ".-..........n"yntr'n ....- ....- .. 719* 9 IS].
The young people en jo>ed a game of salt color Thursday in going to I I I II '= 923p _.__._.... .._ DeJray..........__ .. 710* 908p
ball. The Anthony team consisted of An-I I Go>c.. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills. care.I ... a 17 a 1 10 21 p ._..........Flo Lan'trdaI&..__.. < 1Q a S 15 p v
th'-'ny. mrwhere this side of Lawrence Co.. N. Y., writes: "I had I -- I CO 846& 10 30pB .. __..__......... PallIa.........._.__ .. 6 los 806] .
A CAR OF IRON BEDS5Ve clarence Day. Rolf Millican. Robert: Farm school. Autograph;: pencil Xo. 2 I I LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP 53 a,19' Up" _.......H&lltndal: _____.. H 168& 7Mp729p
Swindle. Robert Sealey. Abner Hooker II ki ..f-Y disease for many years and) A I II 6 :24 a 11 (II p .. _............. u.m..n CUr._..:-- 5J4a625a
in inside pocket. Suitable reward if I had been treated by physicians foitwflve .85& 1115 pAr ._. ........._1ham._..._._. LY 120]P ,
have just placed it our storea Will Stewart. Godwin Oraham
an'1\\ left at th. Star office. -
had taken a well known I "A cold or cough nearly always produces -
years;
Daily Dally
solid of iron beds Hillman.
carload among Holly Sparr's line-up consisted -
I I kidney medicine and other remedies I cortipation-the; water all runs! Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Xz.Boa..
which different of Mr. Hooker. Bob Neal. Allen
are over fifty patternsto : Bin. .
i This is koaax weather. We sell ko- that were recommended but got no I to the eyes. nose and throat instead of
select from and different Griffin. Paul '
Gates. Herbert
many Jones laks and kodak things. The Postoffice :'(iit f until I began tsing Foley's Kid-' passing out of the system through theliver : 45 aicoa __ LTAr ..._.. .........-Miami__...... .. Ar loop
prices. This is the handsomest line of Bascom Seymour, Horace and Frank \ of i _' __--B.melteatJ...___ LY S4Sp
Drugstore.We and kidneys. For the want
n.y Cure. The !f.ra::; half bottle relieved _
Iron beds in Florida. Come in and Luffman. The later was captain of
and four bottles hive cured m! I! moisture he bowels become dry and 7 '
lo\k them over. Mclver & MacKay.NO his team. while Bob Swindle coached ine IU.23'No. 21 No. 19 W. 17 .N.. iii| 'N. 20' I. 'R.U
have a complete line of suit cas- of thfs tumble .li!< ,s"e. Before I bean ., I h.ini. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and 1111, Sunday Sumjlf Sundly1 Ollly MAYPORT BRANCH. *.. 18 SoedaySdadsyt kily
the Anthonyites Oscar Hamilton ,
umpired f!t and grips from $3 to $16. and we I' t ikiJ. ; 1V's: Ki'1uey: 'ure I ha:ji I II' : Tar is the original Laxative Cough II HI Only645p Onl,. I Only. ,Es Sill, Dill).- Oily. I 0." Cita*
UNPLEASANT EFFECTS the game and Warren (Gate wasscorer.
think would do well to look at about fifteei 'sysup. It meets and corrects the lOOp 93aa' '
.. you ) niak- \it.r( every I 200p 900aLT208p _.J'v-n'DvUle] ATLT 830&UOOD'J" JU p
Anthony won by t to them. Ocala Furniture Company' i I 'I:1L1ter -.iv:;I .:;il n: ?ht. and passed a Li.,1 above .conditions by acting as a pleasant lOSpliOp 6 I) P, : 9 38 A'' 08aAr _So. J.ckeonvllie! ,. 822 a 11 13&;111 J7pT IC1,
It you ever tOuk DeWitfs Little Ear- I TMp :2 40 P 10 10 a 9 39 al" .._hbo &arh.._ Ma 11 30.I CMp74Sall "p
The sentiment serms equally divided k-d'i -..":>=' ,I... e. and sometimes a l cathartic on the bowels-expel? ( up' 2 pl! > 45 plO 15 a' 944 & _..Atlantic Beach..._ ". 15 a' I 00p 4 .P

Ijly UNt-rs for biliousness or constipation between wet and dry. The one great -,s I.Y i.-.1! -',., v I believe I would! I i all folds from the system and cures all -loot 7 45p SOOplOSOalQOOa'' .. .......... Marpr'rL......_.. .. 3OaJlO0a14U1Jp

you know what pill pleasure is. advantage the drys have is that the '. ;e y.if: : I j h, id not taken Foley:!;3 i'! coughs, croup whooping cough. !.t- \

These famous little pills cleanse theIhrr women are with them. MARKET MENU 'I.,: :: ,-y I i'a- .. :SulJ by the Postoffie? grippe. brori''hitis. etc. Sold by the PE 'iSUR JLND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT HAIL
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and rid the system of all bile I
I' :g..tOfOcala.. Fla. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. -
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- uith<.t producing unpleasant effects. i The merchants said trade was only ...
Close Cooaectlon Made at Miami itb Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. C.muyF
I FR
JM M by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.S. I fair. but as good as could be expectedfor NOTICE PUBLICATION I

I I th. sa'on.Among I WALL PAPERIf I HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS those we .met were Messrs. Western Beef, Veal, Florida Department of the Interior i
you wish wirk d< ne in the wall peer '.j i Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Oraham. David }Forbes Mr. Boyd and T1LM6 TIme Tables show the times at which trains may beeipwt-M arrt 'e$tAd 615116
:Seaboard: operates Buffet Parlor George Stewart: all of whom gave usa Stall Fed. Beef, Mutton, Ar- line let us se-.j <.ur: man: wth sam. {f September 2, 191j:;;. from ue leYerallta.UoD8.bat their arrival or departure at tb)time elated u not iniiiit 4

;;. Cars betwven Ocala and Tampa on hearty welcome. We did not see A. 'rl" far your insl'E-, tivn. !| Notice is hereby given that the fol- nor U till Comf&nj to be tell reapomlble for any delays or any eocae
trains leaving Ocala at :2:20! p. m., R. Griffin who has had a severe sickness motHfs Star Ham, Armour'sPork DITTO & MALONEY. ing-named settler has filed notk-e -

daily, and betw{>en Oeala and Jack- I :, of his intention to make commutation Cot of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
and was suffering from a rdq.se.I : 'I, "
!omille (,n train leaving ui-aia at 1:20 His son was attending to his father's Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas .' : DEVOURED BY WORMS proof in support of his claim and that "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

: D. m., daily. said proof will be made before clerk
store, and was busy waiting on custc i J. D. RAHNER AML Qea'l PUJ. 5T. AUQUSTINB FLAW .
Act.
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Turnips Beets ''circuit court at Ocala, Fla., Octo-
,mrs.. ,, Children! orten cry. not from pate I to: on
Ct
Florida East
: PICTURE MOULDINGS : but from hunger although fed abund- her 10. 190, viz: Daniel A. Fort of Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension .

We made a call on E. P. Hutto. the Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes ., ar.ty.! The Imirttrouble arises fro I i j Ocala. Fla, lid. 30,777 for the sw'i of Railway .

Vfe h1just added a big shipment efficient! railroad agent. He has a i inanition their food is not assimilate I. nw',4 of section 2*, tp 15, g, r :i, e. I Effective Jitr.e 3, 1905:), the scnedul e figures for the Mayport Branch aDS

picnic now, but during the shipping and Onions.W. He the in time-table Xo. 5%. will be changed. additional
: to an already large line of picture Spanish t ut devoured by worms. 1 names foUo"o"ing1.itn ses toprove Homestead Extension now shown

frame mouWings. making our stock !season it was sixteen to eight n hours A fsw doses! White's Cream Ver-I his continuous residence upon i trains being: put into service between Jacksonville and Mayport. ant

;;J. of these goods the handsomest and work a day. n.fuge; will cause them to cease crying .-jand cultivation of said land viz: N. the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

: .f;; brt in the cuuntr)'. Hundreds of different The veteran If. D. A :Smith was on P. EDWARDS. and begin to thrive at once ver rjA. Fort R. C. Fort of Lynne Fla, R.t .I each way leaving Miami 8 a. m., anti r eturning leave Homestead 1 p. m, arriving

; 'fI-it: sizes, designs and finishes. the ground, locking in splendid health i much to the surprise and joy of th : E Fort, C. \. Fort, of Ocala Fla. I Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of the F. & (XRy

I "i-. .- ,, < .,." Uclver. & MacKay.THE. I and surrounded by a coterie of frknds.MBNROE. I Phone J08. City Market, I matter. s.',!' ly al! druggist: !. : W. O. Ttobiason. Register. .. or for pocket time-card ad3rea J.. P. Banner A. G. P. A.'p

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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905 PAGE THREE

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OCALA OCCURRENCES THOMAS CARTERMr. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW


Thomas Carter died yesterday WE SELL Methodist. e

TttA Buttermilk at Taylor1 morning in this city at the hospital, at The
9:20 a .m.-Sunday School. Store
the age of 65 years. His home was in Variety
The 11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. :
Malone meet Thursday night Lake City. He had only been in Ocala 3:30 p. m.-Senior League.
for a few days. He died of Bright's

Delicious fresh candles at Troiler disease. The funeral services were 4:30 p. mJunior League
Dunlap $5.00 j 7:30 p. m.-Divine worship.A .
held this morning: by Rev C. C. Car-

I roll at the residence of Mrs. Carter in welcome to alL
Shoes
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening.E.
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the first ward and the body was Ralston $4.00 BaptistThe .

1'. Stepp of Boston is at the Ocala ped to Lake City for burial by )'1 SbiP-1 '
House.A Smith and Roberts. Mr. Carter Feliowcraft $3.50COME the Baptist usual! church"services tomorrow will! be morning.held at ON NEXT! MONDAY SEPT. 18 05

a wife and several children, Mrs. E. ,
i The text for the sermon is "One Xlf-
C. McLeod of Kendrick Mr., Tom Car- I
full line of clear ana tobacco. Ty- diator." There will be no preachinsr
ter of Valdosta, a married daughter in
41Dp it Co. I service in the evening as the pastier
Jacksonville and Misses Julia and Kate
IN AND SEE THEM ; will go to Oxford to begin a week's se- We Will Sell
W. A. Carter of Gainesville is at and Mr. Mack Carter in this city. Mr. rirs of meetings.

the Montezuma. Carter was quite wealthy prior to the I -

great freeze, which destroyed his orange Catholic -.'

Lowney Candles, received fresh by groves. At St. Philip's church tomorrow, the

express at Taylor's. HELVENTON$ PASTEUR COMPANY I feast of the Seven Dolours of the

NEW NAVAL STORES COMPANY Blessed Virgin will be celebrated at Trunks at lowPrices

::-, The Ocala House had twenty-two 10:30 a. m. The instruction will be

: :: arrivals yesterday. Messrs.' John L. and Will J. Edwardswill I adapted to the occasion In the afier-
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"' shortly engage in the manufacture noun service:: at 5 o'clock. During the I

A H library vote with every 5Apurchase of naval stores. They own large tractsof An earnest invitation is extended to i i week daily at 6:20 a. m. All good

/ at Troxler's.i fine timber land in the west and Coal all strangers and visitors who chanceto I Christians welcomed ,
northwestern of the and I
-i parts county be in the city to make themselvesat

% fro, Nathan Mayo of Summerfleld will probably have their still located home in the Epworth Reading and I. Presbyterian

;;j was in town today. near Irvine. Blacksmith Social Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30 I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school.

to 10() p. m. Rooms over Teapot Grocer 11 a. m.-Worship. Combination Trunks
r: Dr. Sutherland of High Springs was WEATHER FORECAST Egg and Charcoal.AT y. .:30 p. m.-Worship

at the Montezuma today. In the morning, the subject will be
-
Washington, Sept. 16-Rain tonight Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids "Underneath are the EverlastingArms.

There were twenty-six arrivals at and Sunday. MdYEK: & MACKAYSStoves Nature I ." A study: in comfort.' In the

the Montezuma, yesterday. evening the subject will be. "Con- 26 inch, Regular Price $ J.25. for.-.--_______ .---_$\ 09 -
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy science and Backbone" All the Chris-
Medicines that aid nature are always
Cannon, next door to Captain Poos- tians of Ocala are invited to this service -

er's can repair your gunMessrs local applications, as they cannot and ranges, and blue flame most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough especially, as some startling 26 inch, Regular Price $J.50, for--------------__$J 2J
reach the diseased portion of the ear. oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call Remedy acts on this plan. It allays
statements will be made. The public-
There is only one way to cure deaf- and 1 look the stock over. Marion Hard- the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectorations i
E. K. Kelson, H. C. Jones and is invited to all ficesisItors; es.petrially. .-
ware Company. the secretions 30 inch Regular Price $1.75 for t 54
and that is constitutional opens $
T. EL Biggs are all improving. ness by remedies ----- ----------
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed and aids nature in restoring the system -

condition of the mucous lining Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the to a healthy condition. Sold by
w. are htaaquarttrs for fancy box. FITZGERALD STRAWA 32 inch Price $2.00 for $J 74
the Postoffice Regular --____ --__ ______
..p.r, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. of the Eustachian Tube. When this i scalp clean if used according to direc Drugstore.

tube is! inflamed you have a rumbling I tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice
I comparative stranger had spokento I II
WANTED-To rent a cottage, in sound or Imperfect hearing, and whenit I Drugstore. The purest am finest toilet soaps! a I
stock of the best A. L. Webb concerning the W. C. T.
I arge goods alwaysn
pond location. Apply at Star office.A Is entirely closed Deafness Is the II
II I hand. Tydings and Company.Don't I U's. use of the Fitzgerald matter. MrWebb ,
result, and unless the inflammation I Mr. Fred H. Robinson of the Oxford informed me. Seeing the stranger's Canvas Covered Trunks

marriage license was Issued todayto casn be taken' out and this tube restored I Crate Company at Crystal River, is
forget if you want to feel at printed piece I naturally connected -
J. T. Tibey and Miss Fannie Priest. to its normal condition, hearingwill ''I seriously ill at his old home at Albion, I, t
I home in a hotel, to stop with ColonelShipman it with what he had said to :
be destroyed forever. Nine cases Mich. His father, who was at Crystal -
I of the Montezuma where you Webb about the W. C. T. U. But \lr.l ( Without Straps)
Fresh roasted and new boiled peanuts out of ten are caused by Catarrh, River, left yesterday to be with
will find a lot of jolly fellows to welcome -j enters his disclaimer. All right.
every day at Martin's news stand. which is nothing but an inflamed condition him.
of the mucous surfaces. I you and who try to make it Whatever he was shooting at, the j

A lot of Ocala people attended the We will give One Hundred I pleasant: and homelike. game is still alive. The drowning man I J 28 inch, Regular Price$2.50; for-------- -______$2 09
Dollar Mr. L. J. Malloy resigned his posi- '
I does indeed catch at a straw. : onte
big Belleview temperance rally today. for any case of Deafness (caused by ,
I tion with the Crystal River Lumber FOR SALE-Steam cane mill Including shops'' is his straw. The main build- i
I catarrh) that cannot be cured Hall's
by
Company and left for Ocala Monday I j ing was the item when the question 32 inch Regular Price $3.00 for----------------$2 49
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. evaporator. Never been used. ,
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com- I J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. I morning to accept a position with the Cash price, $225. Address, W. L. Low- I was sprung. Xow every line printed;

'tay.i I Ocala foundry.-Crystal River News. rey, Homosassa, Fla. I j costs money and if I am drawn into a
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's 36 inch Regular Price $3.75 for $2 99
i : ---- ------ ------
i controversy at all it must be by some
Family Pills for constipation.Mrs. I l
COW FOR SALE-A young cove will II I The only business in the mayor's It does matter whether you have I one who: will handle his straw better !

be sold Monday morning at the city Julius Israel who formerly resided I court today was the estreating of the good matting or not. It matters to than this stranger. L. \\ Moore. I

pound. I II in Ocala, has been at the Spell- I $10 cash bond of Sam Gilmore. The you and to us. Let's get together. I Canvas Covered Trunks
i I I
I I--man house for the past few da'srs.. I county has Sam in jail so he could notappear. Ocala Furniture Company. THE BEAVERS I
t i
A fresh stock of Lowneys candles in | .
Israel owns the beautiful and valuatlr..sid..ncE ij I!
all sized! packages Just received at I j The big Ocala dam of Beavers held a I

Taylor's. twen Mr.: lot Standley's on Oklawaha and ,the avenue Episcopal be-- t Richard Smith the negro shoemakerwas I 3 I busy and well attended session last i:i ( With Straps)

II night and several more' logs were added *
rectory and will have a handsome adjudged insane today by a committee I
Limeades front fresh limes. Drink membet.l
to the dam and two new
!
composed of Mr. J. E. Bailey
freely and you won't get bilious. At two-story dwelling erected: on it at an I I : Mr. C. K. 28 inch Price $3.75for $2 90
.
i Sage resigned Regular
and Doctors Xewsom and Van Hood. IInIHattd. : |
Troxler'a. early date and will again make her Cans Early June Peas 25c. asI I ------ ------ ---
home in Ocala. He will besent to the asylum. treasurer and Mr. George Blitch of the '

j commercial Bank was elected in his''II
Judge Bell has issued forty-eight 34 inch, Regular Prke$5OOfot------$3 99
All dear husbands i place.Miss
marriage licenses since he has been HEADQUARTERSFor you poor lonely o. K.ICROCERY I -
In offtc. should go to the Montezuma Hotel for I
Caro Liddon will to Gaines-
your Sunday dinners. Your wives will go .
Children's' ( School and I \'ille in a few days to visit her sister,
be glad to know you were there. I
Welch's Juice hand
grape always on I I I I'I
for family trade at the Postoffice I Dress Shoes. Mrs. J.1.., Dell. .
'I 1 1i THE VARIETY STORE0
Drugstore. !i FOR RENT.-The Grant McCall j jI

I HUEIXACElt A: Co. ii i i house on North Magnolia street. Nine CLARK BROS. I The Montezuma Hotel. Ocala, entertains j

I Proprietors more turpentine and phosphate I
Messrs. Knight and Williams, the I rooms; newly painted and papered on

Bellevlew turpentine men. were in the I We have Just received another car- I the inside. Rent reasonable to a good PHONE 74 I men than any other house in I'

city today. load of hay presses of different sizes, | tenant. Apply to Mrs. T. J. Owens. the countl')". Young doctors and lawyers )

both portable and stationary Marion I I I should make their homes at the : -o- -o-' -0- -o- -o- -o- -o- -0- -()- -0- -0b -

Mr. I. Wertheim, the well known Savannah Hardware Company. I The Benjamin branch of the Ocala Montezuma, where they will come ill' YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGE

dry goods salesman, is at the I !i contact with men of all the leading in-
Ice and Fuel Co's. buildngs is beinggiven OCALA FURNITURE CO {
I Iduatiit-s in the whom THOMASVILLE, GA.
state 1
Montezuma.For : among are t I II
FOR RENT-October 1, the building J a general: overhauling. New refrigerator -I
known as Smoak's carriage works- j tanks have been put in and \ their best patrons They cannot retie'h :', I OlEl
a private detective phone No. 198, one of the most desirable buildings; and j many improvements made. including anew Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time,1 I thai c-l.iss) at boarding houses until af- I Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, our Specialties Q
i ii ,
| t"-r they have made: their mark in their j
or address Detective McEthrldge, location for general blacksmith and 200-horsepo\\er boiler. The im- i I I

Ocala, Fla. wagon works. T. II. Wallis 116 S. 2nd i provements represent the expenditure and When Heeded. professions._ II I I 15 000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam 1

street lof nearly $10,000. The Question of Embalming and Fun- '- I Heat, Electric Lights, Gymnasium, Swimming Pool. Good v

Mr. C. 1. Bittlnger leaves tomorrowfor I I I eral At the Presbyterian church tomorrow 'j Fare Climate unsurpas ed. Strong faculty ot 10 experienced J
Directing is a Delicate One I
I
North Carolina to spend ten days Are you interested in photography? I i''Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen evening, l>r. Lindsay will pn-ai-h ; 0 Teachers. I

with his famll. Do you enjoy tiij many pleasures that Years of Suffering"I Would not it be Best for You to Entrust on '('onscitn.tand liaikbone." two 9'
essential: qualities in every Christian. < : Expenses, $203. Limited Number of Free Scholarships Available. t
tome from the use of a little kodak? I
had been troubled with lame back this Question to Those who Appre- i His remarks will lit' based on the golden j Session 26 For free Catalogue address AJ
Sept.
Ed Neil and Sophie Walters a colored Let us do your developing and printingfor 0 opens 1905.
for fifteen and I found ], tomorrow's school
years a complete text of Sunday
couple from Daisy, were married you.Ve will do It reasonably, i ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know. I I. 1 I. COCHRANE HUNT, President T I I0
recovery in the use of Chamber- lesson. This will be a terse discussionon
today by Judge Bell. much less than you have been pay- j -00- -0- -0- -0- -00- -0- -0- -O- -0I -
lain's Pain Balm," says John G. Bisher, edge is of the Highest Standard a timely topic in view of the approaching |,
!
ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester, j I' I
Gillam, Ind. This liniment is also with- wet or dry campaign, and
84 Wenona street or Ocala News Com- I
Mrs. R. F. Hyman and children have
bruises. TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE
j out an equal for sprains and some startling statements will bA

moved to the Montezuma, where they pany. For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore.If PROMPT ATTENTION ,I made. Let everybody go.

are pleasantly domiciled. E. iANKSTON
Sam Gilmore who is held for cut- -
you want an Iron bed you woulddo Day Phone No. 10. Night 94 and 167 FRESH GARDEN SEEDS ,
ting Bris Robinson is said to be want-
Mr. O. A. Carmichael will leave in Mclver Mac- I
well to see those at &
Fresh and reliable seeds of
ed in Montezuma Ga., for murdering : garden
a few days for Hot Springs, Ark., to Kay's. They have just placed a solid SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala Fla I Dealer in
another negro. The Marion county authorities all kinds) for fall planting. Tydinge
recuperate for two weeks. carload in the store containing about I
I I are postponing his preliminary fifty different styles. & Co., Druggists and Seedsmen.Mrs. ; j f."tJ. ':1'h ;' r'n'rl I :r 1 rn'Pf(1;( \l1'1te m1't} mA1 1I1J

trial until they hear from Georgia. I .i ...,;; __,..... __ __ _.. .!
Cannon, next door to Captain Poos-
I m Charles 1'ejser and arty sailed t
er's implement warehouse, is an up- Buy an aiconoi stove tor ?5c. at the -Mm & i "P"pfb'il'n \ \" h1j
; (rom Europe today. They will arrivein i1'thllJ p'f V&ti : i
to-date repairer of bicycles. I Two sizes of those ramous Nashville Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea MACKAYi : __IoJ .!1 -It;
New Turk about the 25th; and will
ranges, "The Princess. have Just been coffee, or light cooking. Heats '
any i M arh Ocala in about three weeks, after ) I
received. This fine e 13H 3.1gJJ.) tll@:! JP<< 1Ullll1fl
Charcoal, egg coal and blacksmith's range (and there is water in a jiffy, and only costs 2c. an FUNERAL OIREGTURS I! an absence of six months. I _
none better) Is 25 per cent cheaper
hour to burn.
coal will now be kept in stock at all
than other NO) ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS.
times by McIver & MacKay any range of its value. The We are exclusive agents for THwoodirp FLIES

Ocala Furniture Company. Miss Fannie Clark has returned froma UNDERTAKERSand ,
field f..n'ing131"9 in stock. !
\\
SHARK: YOUR TRADE WITH US
,
Miss Marguerite Porter returned to-I I visit to her sister. Mrs. Sout r. at Ask for ['rkes. Marion Hardware .

day from a visit to her sister Mrs. W.A. When ready for your fall paintingbe Sparr. Her nit't'sliss Pansy Souter I Company.Mr. I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
sure to see us and get our priceson
Collier in Tuscaloosa. Ala. and Beth LJddell, accompanied her.
paints, oils and lead. We can EMBALMERS I II

save you money and give you the very I '. G. W. Taylor of Blackshir. Ga., !! Phone No. J J 1. Stalls U and 13, City Market.
Western beef, pork, mutton and veal Captain James Cribbett and daughter -
best is in town today, a guest of the Mon
tomorrow for your Sunday dinner at..i I ware goods Company.obtainable. Marion Hard- Lucy, have gone to North Carolina. Fine Cashew I tezuma. Mr. Taylor has a big navalstores |j I FREE DELIVERY.
The latter will attend school therethis I
W. P. Edwards' stall city market. business at Istachatta. and is

Jap-a-Lac, the great furniture varnish winter. and Burial RobesAll I a partner of J. W. Crosby at Bartou II,

Why not cover your floors with good Junction.D. I II
and stain, I makes furniture look I
matting? That's the only kind we THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO I -----
Work Done Licensed Em
like new. A full stock of all finishes: i by -
kave. Ocala Furniture Company. Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey M. Boney the eyesignt specialist, -- -
balmers and GuaranteedBURNETT
Fully
and all sizes of packages at the Marion -
Grove Texas, nearly met his Water- will make free examination cf your ,
------- -
Hardware Co.
y The finest and; most complete stock loo from Liver and Kidney trouble. In yes from now until the 11th of Sep

of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics a recent letter, he says: "I was nearly I t..mlJer.11 work guaranteed. Optical Don't.
la the city, at Tydings and Company. We have in stock and ready for i
dead of these complaints, and althoughI parlors upstairs in Gary building.
immediate shipment :!. 3. 6, 8, 12 and I
tried my family doctor he did me
Just received at the Ocala News Co.. 15 horse-power gasolene engines, made
no good; so I got a 50c. bottle of your Judge ,y. S. Bullock and daughter, Yourself.
a eh ic. lot of fire-proof bowls and by the International Harvester Com- w. = Neglect
great Electric Bitters which cured me. Miss Alice, returned home yesterday\
earthenware of all ktndt. Call and see pany, and there are none better. Marion -
I consider them the best medicine on THE TAILOR I from ('iaypl'ings. Mrs. Bullock will ,
it. Hardware Company.
,
I earth, and thank God who gave you return home tomorrow.Our v lie Second StiMt,

J the knowledge to make them." Sold I II + Lowesrus, KTApril H, 3.Oa.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis Mr. L. N. Has Moved Into His I
REHD THIS; and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia, ice cream has a reputation of II I have bees recall asd sickle for the put four j can,
Green, Mr.' J. J. fierier and others went Mused by irregularity and carelesinew Rgaidinr lh.
I down to Oklawaha today to spend Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the New Brick Store which we are ustly proud. T. W. I laws of health, but about fire months ago 017 condition
Pryor Tenn., June 1, 1901. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.In Troxler.: became try serious. I bad aevere backache and suffered
Sunday. Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis Mo.-Dear I a constant dull pain in my head. 1 front weary, painful
No U E. Fort King Avenue. days, and miserable,rtstlew cighU. The doctor told me ,
Sir I have suffered several years from the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Mrs. Mozo and little daughter ofStarke that I must bare patience.11i3wedicinedidnot .
) BOY WANTED-A boy who is not ,howeter,rive me f en temporary
kidney and bladder trouble and have Circuit of the state of Florida I have returned home after a
I bad been
i relief and ss told of the caratiT el
to school, and who will! stick to I qnaliue
going See his fine line of -
I tried a number of preparations, but in and for Marion County.-In Chan piece visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. '<.. ku 1 IM.. TiK'UWmtur ., Wine of C&rdai I decided to try it.
the business, is wanted at the Star office. I found that it relieved me of pain. A* tar general
at can truthfully say that nothing: has cery. goods for summer'clothiflg. : It Liddon. I health improved my other frondse *er. |raJoaily dl-
Apply one*
E proved so effective as your Texas Samuel P. Johnson. Complainant. i BLt.ni<>tfcUSUAL z inn and tae r fiveweeks'
ItOtlUI. use of Wine /L. S %.
Wonder, which I can truthfully recommend Eliza A. Taylor and M. E. Taylor, We carry at all times a big stock r cf CarJai I was once /7Lffl
To succeed stop in public places to
Ceo.V.. Claiborne.A Defendants.It : i! of all heights of the famous American mores evil sad happy
secure the patronage that brings you woman.
before the public. The Montezuma, is hereby ordered that the defendants J Jerry Burnett.Merchant : close mesh wire fencing. Write for

TEXAS WONDEROne herein named, Eliza A. Tay- circulars and prices on quantities. Marion -
Hotel is the place to find \it. I
small bottle of the Texas Wonder lor and M. E. Taylor, be and they are 'I Hardware Company. t1J6 ti EoJCARDUII
Tailor. I
Do you wish to purchase a home or Hall's Great Discovery, cures all hereby required to appear to the bill I I i

are you looking for an Investment? Ifao kidney and bladder troubles, removes i iI I ef complaint in the above entitled j I NUMEROUS. AND WORTHLESS I

let us tell you about our bargains. I gravel, cures diabetes seminal emissions cause on or before Monday, the 6th I Ewr>thin? is in the name when it'c.OIl. i I j U Wine of Cardui regulates the merstrual flow, banishes headaches,

DITTO & MALONEY. weak and lame backs, rheuma- day November.. A. D. 1905. I! FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER -,;; to Witch Hazel; Salve.! E. C.
I J { fc, \I.Cka.w5! and U-iring-Jo pains. Severe headaches, beiring-down
tism and all Irregularities of the kidneys I It is further ordered that a copy of II DeWitt & Co. of Chicago discovered
I : !? pi..- ia.ii- -tion, Ih5S of appetite and nervousness are symptoms of
WANTED-Position as bookkeeperor and bladder in both men and women this order be published once a week i !'''me years ago how to make a salve ; :
assistant bookkeeper. Best of ref- Regulates uladder troubles ia for eight consecutive weeks in the :'Old Furniture Made as Good as from Witch Hazel that is a specific for : f. .JJ..e v-c-.L ne-s and should be given prompt attention. U you are

erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ad children. It not sold by your druggist Ocala Star. Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching an,J j I tr. .''!. .1 with menstrual irregularities do not let them run on. They

dress "itar," Ocala Fla. will be sent by mail on receipt of Jl. Done this the 5th day of September, !i New. i protruding piles eczema, cuts, hut r.?, ndJ certainly
f One small bottle: is two months' treat- A. D. 1S05. S. T. Sistrunk. All Kinds of Carpenter's and Repair : bruises and a!! skin disease" DWttfsSalve Jl 1 j of Wine of Cur-lui! and begin treatment at once.

Do you suffer with asthma or catarrh ment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Clerk Circuit Court. Work Done in the Best Style and Ii has no equal. This has given I t All drug"ta sell 1.00 bottles of Wine of Carlos.i. .

? Then use Adam's Cure. Price,_ Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer By Mable Godson, D. C. rise to numerous worthless! !' counter-

tte. Satisfaction guaranteed. For O. box 629:! St Louis Mo. Send for Hoiker & Duval.Complainaat's. at the Lowest Price ft'lts..osk for DeWitt's-the genuine. i. "

f alt by Tydings & Co. -- testimonial. Sold by all druggist Solicitors.: C. L. NELSON, Ocala, Fla./ I Sold by Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore. -. ,.t

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I PAGE FOUR I OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905

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; : NEW SEABOARD How Is Baby Today THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

Air Line Railway .
Better, think you. In fact quite well DEPARTMENTRev.

Fat, round and full of life and mischief. .

: Jpright Pian.o SPECIAL RATES Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim J. E. A. Keeler Editor. f --*
((2820-Hot Springs, Ark., and return j
ples. No cough, no indigestion.
Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays t

with final limit to October 31.1 i All on account of Statior rry and toilet article in .

$230 ((30.95-Philadelphia, Pa. and return. abundance at the New Drugstore.For -

Tickets on sale September 13, 14 S
eomlortable lodging and good
and 15, limited returning to September .
meals call at the Mack House. Terms
25. with available
extension to'
very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack.

OCALA MUSIC CO. October Summer 5.Tourist Rates-To mountain -. proprietress.Rev. .

I and seashore resorts. :; administered by a mother whose love J. S. Braswell continues to

Low rates to the Northwest. !II was tempered with common sense. smile over the surprise of last Tuesday FOR RIIEVIIATISMCVTSSPRAINS,

JEWELERS.J. Special rates to Portland, Ore., and I She knows that OZOMULSION is night. From what we understand, he A SURE CURE WOUNDS OLD SORES, CORNS,BUtf-
fountain of for will be tickled to death by this time IONS GALLS, ERUISES, CONTRACT.ED .
California points. a energy grown-ups, MUSCLES LAME STIFF FROSTED
next month. BACK JOINTS, FEET,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes BURNS, SCALDS, ETC

LOW ROUND TRIP RATES plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble! .,A. W. Walker the world champion
AN ANTISEPTIC that Irritation. subdues Inflammation
CO. II I folk it is the chief nourisher at life's shaver and hair cutter, has opened a stops -
R. MARTIN & .FROM OCALA VIA 1 and drives out Pain.
feast It cures Consumption when barber shop in Fred Powers' block.

L S ATLANTIC COAST LINE I taken in time. All druggists sell it- Try his keen razors, hair clippers and PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, pro-
__
cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us scissors and be convinced of his super- motes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural
$23.75-Richmond, Va, and Return 50 elasticity.
.r' GENERAL LIVERYMEN Tickets sold September 10. 11 and IU | send yOUFree ior skilL and concaved Satisfaction in good guaranteen.shape. Razors

; limited to return to September | Sample Settle by Mall ,

.. 25. Side trips will also be sold from J St. James day school is moving on ,.
Richmond to all points south, aj rate Write letter or postal toOOMUiSION nicely) under its teacher Rev. John B.
Fine
Carriages Buggies and Traps CURED OF PARALYSIS \
of one fare plus 25 cents, for the CO. Brown. Admission 10 and 15 cents per

Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. round trip. I, 08 Pine Street New York. week. Send your children and mark W. S. Bailey P. O. True Texas, writes: "My M

$30.95 Philadelphia, Pa, and Return. ---- -- the improvement. wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in

Tickets sold September 13, 14 and I her arm when I was persuaded to use Btllard's
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses FLORIDA PONIES FOR SALEA The Bee Hive is the place to get Snow Liniment which effected I
15, via alj rail, and for steamer sailing a complete cure.
matches, clocks and jewelry repaired. have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin
September 13, at 5 p. m., and
lot of unbroken Florida ponies for 'Wire jewelry made to order. Dry eruptions. It does the work. _
16th at 6 via Savannah and
m.
and Moles for Sale. Horses p. 'I sale at about $50 per head. Sound, I?oods, glassware, etc., at special prices. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE! TRIED. ALWAYS USED
M. & M. T. Co Final limit, September -
Guns and good animals. Can supply 4 S S. Bellamp. superintendent. No. REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. until 30, but October extension 5 by may payment be obtained of fee- almost any number in reason. They :20, West Broadway.Rev. THREE SIZES: 25c SOc and $1.00

may be seen at Gibson & Gibson's.Grahamville .
of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia. : Fla. W. O. Bartley will preach a BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .

J. R. MARTIN & CO.I I $31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. I!special revival sermon at Zion M. E. LOUIS U. S. A.

$34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. I church tomorrow night.

$42.10-Washington, D. C. Tickets. CHEAP RATES Call at the Big Oak Tree market onWest .
ets sold until October 31. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIoiS.
daily, good : Broadway for your choice beef, -

LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This ID.I $51.15-Chicago, III-Tickets on sale to pork sausage fish, etc. Vegetables in

daily, good until October 31. season. Satisfaction guaranteed.Jones .
coupon entitles the holder to TWO votes that can be cast for any
?34.7& Eldorado, Mo. 'rickets sold on and Thomas, managers.
stitution competing for the library, when properly filled out, signed and returned OALIFORNIAI
first and third Tuesdays of Augustand ATLANTIC LINE'THROUGH
to the ballot boxes in any of the stores participating.Name I Special services at Mt. Zion A. M. E. COAST
September, final limit sixty days and theNORTH church tomorrow.

of Institution..... ............................. ...... from date of sale not later than October -
31. WEST Give the Marion House a call.

Name o/ Voter............................................. $85.90-Portland, Oregon Seattle, I First class board, lodging, etc., at living CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

Washington Tacom Washington, rates. Mrs. Sarah Gowens, proprietor I
EVENING 51 AR. Bellingham, Washington. Everett.I. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE I -CONNECTIONSfO -

Washington Victoria. B. C., VanCouver -I I Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis Bear this in mind: You can have THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, RichmondAll
B. C. Going via any direct route
-- -- ---- Rail and thence
1 Railway your clippers ground at L. Green'sb.rlJer Washington via Pennsylvania Ry.
returning via same or any other direct -
shop on his lightning clipper
route. Tickets on sale daily to I 0 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
$44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, grinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L.
Flyer route via Atlanta.
I September 30. inclusive.
Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. Green, barber, West Broadway.

I $86.20-To San P'ranc1sco-and L's I $49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Misaula *. 10 THE EAST Via Save & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphia
Over Half a MillionSATISFIED Angeles. California. Tickets on sale! I Services tomorrow at St. James P.
: and Intermediate Points. and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington,
at intervals in months of July, Au. E. Mission Church: Morning prayer
Via
I and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
gust and September. $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Van. and sermon, 11 a. m.; Sunday schsol,
Transportation Company for Baltimore ,and Philadel.
CUSTOMERSDo Tickets on Sale Dally, Good to Return II couver and Points in British Colum- 3 p. m.; evening prayer and sermon. Steamship phia. '
bia. :SO p. m. Let all go Sunday evenong

you think such an enormous business could be built up and October 31 I' he ar Rev. John B. Brown. Subject KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pemnsmar 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 Tif- I "Friendship." Route of tne celebrated trains, New York _nd Florlda Spe.:!:.!, Florida

Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. ton, :Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga. I II and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dj!' ,Flyer.
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? Nashville and St. Louis. I

I STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS
Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Businessand $52.55-Chautauqua, N. Y. Quickest schedules, superior sen-Ice. For Information as to rates 'atiirfJll ,. .
Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using $62.20-Halifax, N. S. TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and I lies, etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with J. S. Hartsell D. F
HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? I evening. Through sleepers on night When your ship or health strikes the
$42.35-Hot Springs, Va. A., Tampa; W. J. Craig. O. P. A.; H. M. Emerson, T. M. Wilmington. N. C.
Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use ft, if it I trains for St. Louis and Chicago. hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneumonia -
wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Y. I I etc., you are lost if you don't
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Tickets on sale September 15 to October -I get help from Dr. King's New Discovery -I

Your money back if you are not satisfied. Summer Tourist Bates are on sale I, 31, inclusive. II for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon : ', F" .Of ... ,: ,__ '_::. -:.: _:.:::,;:;'.- ..,"' ': '.. :
United States Senate,Washington,D.C. to all Summer Resorts. i I ----- of Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I

.'I have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." For further information call uponor I II had been very ill with Pneumonia, under WE ARE OPENING UP
fl'm.M. Ste-lJarl. write to I the care of two doctors, but was
U.S. Senator from Nevada. THE s4 o
J. C. Slaughs, F. J. Huber, II ,getting no better, when I began taking

C. T. A., D .T. A. I I Dr. King's New Discovery. The first A NEW TERRITORY IN ARKANSASTHE

Ocala: Florida.J. dose gave relief and one bottle cured
I
HAYNER WHISKEY S. Hartsell, D. P. A.. Tampa, Fla.. \ me." Sure cure for sore throat. bronchitis WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA

coughs and colds. Guaranteedat
I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Arrival and of Trains at
FULL .20! EXPRESS fi Departure OcalaSEABOARD SOc. and $1. Trial oottle free. I Low rate tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON

4 $3: I SHERIFF'S SALE 'I MOUNTAIN ROUTE to points in ARKANSAS, TEXAS OKLAHOMA -
AIR LINE The Great Eastern
QUARTS PREPAIDOUR and INDIAN TERRITORY the fir ,, and third Tuesdays of
Schedule in Effect April 16 I
SOUTHBOUND and Western Line Under and by virtue of an execution each month up to and including December. HOMESEEKERS'tickets

We will send ln sealed with I issued out of and under the seal of the
OFFER a.iimarks to show you contents a plain FOUR FULL case.QUART no Leave-1:20 p. m.. and 2:05 a. m. I Across the Entire States ol I circuit court in and for Marion county. will also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA COLOIN

BOTTLES OF HAYNHR PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.20. and we Arrive from Jacksonville p. m,I I Florida dated August 29th, 1905, in a I ADO IDAHO MONTANA NEVADA, NEW MEXICO and UTAH.
wfll pay the express charges.: Take it home and sample it,have your doctor and 2 a. m.
test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say NORTHBOUNDArrive ITEXA5$ and IMSIffl I certain cause wherein Frank Crawford I ESPECIALLY:: LOW HATES TO DENVER and return August
and perfectly satisfactory it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE andyour and D. A. Miller are plaintiffs and
from Tampa-1 m., and 1, 1 29 to September 3, inclusive, account National Encampment G.
$3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer You p. i George W. Griffin is defendant, I have i iI
don't risk a cent. a. m.
!tI
SO TROUBLE 10 ANSWER QUESTION: levied on and will on I A. R.
Orders for Ariz..Cal..Col.. Idaho.Mont..Nev..N.Mex..Ore..Utah.Wash., LVATE5TUL Leave-2:20: p. m., and 2:05: a. m. I I i
or Wyo.,must be on the basu. of 4 Ouartis for Si:KM) by Express Pre ," Monday, October 2, 1905, 1 I COLONIST RATES to CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON -
paid or 20 Quart for 13.20,by Freight Prepaid. "':' ATLANTIC COAST LINE i Direct Line to the same being a legal sales day, and I
and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. NorthboundNo. NORTH TEXAS during the legal hours of sale offer
for sale at the court house door in Write me if you want reliable information. Free literature

THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY f nzsru and Tampa. 78, from, arrives St. Petersburg 12:40 p. ,m.Lakelan; leaves: NEW MbXlCO Ocala, Florida, and sell to the highest. mailed on request '

and best bidder, for cash, the following :
1 for Jacksonville.
Atlanta Ga. Dayton. 0. SL Louis Mo .St. PulMinn. p. m. ARIZONA real estate property, in :Marion Missouri Pacific Ry. T. E. REHLANDER,

403: DISTILLERY TROY 0. ESTABLISHZD 1S6S. _ SouthboundNo.
I and county, Florida, to-wit: An undivided Inn Mountain Route.
3f! from Jacksonville, arrIve ---- -
one-third interest of defendant
the ,
------ 2:35 p. IF ; leaves, 2:55: p. m. CALIFORNIA Texas & Pacific Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent
------ ---
GeorgeV.. Griffin, in and to lot 1302. .
S. S. 0. & G. International & Grt. Northern.
WKITK FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FREJJ in the town of Dunnellon, Marion county -
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m. for Homo-
Florida. Denver &. Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA TENN.

sassa.No. 45, leaves 10:05 a. m., for Juli E. P. TURNER Sold to satisfy said execution and .

Restaurant. ette, Archer, Lake City and points costs. Henry Gordon, -
General =- ------------ -- -
north. Passenger Agent Sheriff Marion County, Florida.

No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homoeassa, DALLAS. TEXAS .

Inverness and points south. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I II r- _
No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m., from .Ho.I I
I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter -
mosassa. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 4SS8, Laws of Florida.
No. 46 arrives 12:20: p. m., from Inverness BEYOND THE ROCKIES
Tax,Deed Under: Section 8 of Chapter -
First Class Meals Juliette and points south.
: (
4SSS, Laws of Florida.
No. 48 arrives 6 p. m., from Homo- Notice is hereby given that David Mc-
sassa. Intear, purchaser of tax certificate No.
Notice is hereby given that L. J. Ow- g69, dated the 2nd day of June, A. D.
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ,-ns. purchaser of tax certificate NO."i. 1902 has filed said certificate in my THE PORTLAND FAIR

\\:; dated the 4th day of November. office, and has made application for -
A. L U95 has filed said certificate in ---- -
tax deed to issue in accordance with
Room until midnight Personal Plump cheeks, Hushed: with the soft
open
office and has made application for
my law. Said certificate embraces the following -
glow of health and a complexion.
attention given to special orders, anything make all women beautiful.pure Take a tax deed to issue in accordance with described property situated DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?

the market offers prepared for the table on small dose of Herblne after each meal; law. Said certificate embraces the Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Ne'4

short notice. it will prevent constipation and help following described property situatedin of nW 4' *x com at a pt 1.06 chs e of Not only the Pacific Northwest revolving about a wonderfully
Marion county Fla., to-wit: SW 4
of of 7 17
digest what you have eaten. Irs. Wra. sw cor ne'4 nw',4 sec tp ,
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex., writes, of sw 4, sec 5, tp 15. s, r 23, e. The I r 23. thence e 7.67) chs, n 7.02 chs, w I unique and bizarre exposition, with a trip to Californiaan

may 31, 1901: said land being assessed; at the date of I 7.67 chs s 7.02 chs. The said land being the side, but a stop-over in Colorado en route. All"these

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands "We have used Herbine in our family the name issuance of arties of such unknown.certificate Unless in the assessed at the date of the issuance noted sections of the country, which every good American insends -
of such certificate in the name of
for eight and found it the
Special Price to Regular Boarders best medicine years we ever used for constipation said certificate shall be redeemed according Unknown. Unless said certificate to visit some time, can be taken in this year at the one

bilious fever and malaria." to law tax deed will issue shall be redeemed according to law low rate announced for the Exposition. -
thereon on the 10th day of October A. tax deed will issue thereon on the
Sold by all druggists.
THE GARM18HAEL & SON GOAt D. 1905.'
16th day of September A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and: Witness my official signature and RocklM Geo. IL LEE, S. L PARROTT,

McGrath's Stand LOUISVILLE &: MSHYILLE R. R, seal this the 7th day of September. A. seal this the 15th day of August A. D. Gen. Pass. J-\st., Dist. Pass. AgU
D. 1S")5." ;; S. T. Sistrunk; 1905. S. T. Sistrunk, System

Very Low Rats Round Trip Summer Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga.

Tourist TicketsOn '"
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sale daily to various resorts North NOTICE APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

and West, limited to October 31 to return Tax Deed Unier: Section 8 of Chapter Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-

including CHICAGO, MILWAP- 4SSS, Laws of Florida. ter 4S88, Laws of Florida. THE SHORT LINETO

KEE. MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL -
do1 DENVER COLORADO SPRINGS and Notice is hereby given that L. C. Griffin Notice is hereby given that S. P. Lamb, CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST

PUEBLO. purchaser of tax certificate No. purchaser of tax certificate No. 587,

I Extremely( Low Rates to Portland, Ore. :2742. dated! the 3rd day of October, A. dated the 4th day of November A. D. Via Chocago, Omaha, St. Louis! and Kansas City is the

D.. 1S9S. has filed said certificate in 1895, has filed said certificate in my office -
Account Lewis Centennial Exposition
& Clark -
my office. and has made application for and has made application for tax UNION PACIFIC -
; also to FAN FRANCISCO
and LOS ANGELES. tax deed to issue in accordance with deed to issue in accordance with law.
law. Said certificate embraces the following Said certificate embraces the following

DyspepsiaCure sleepers ONLY from LINE Florida operating to Chicago.through. described property situated in described property situated in Marion and connection with throughleepil1g: car?. One-Way'Col.onist :

Marion county. Florida, to-wit: Es I county, Florida, to-wit: Lots 91, 92, '
ONLY LINE operating through Hate on :ale from September 15 to October> :31 1905
,
93. Brokaw's 9
of n\\ Usec I!. tp 17, r 22.: The said add Anthony see tp
I sleepers DINING from CAR Florida S-ERVICE.to St. Louis with I land being as ..f-sed at the date of the !I! 14. r 22. The said land being assessedat to California Oregon. Washington. Montana, Utah, etc.

issuance of such certificate in the name the date of the issuance of such
Through Tourist Sleepers to California ,I Special Round-trip Kates to California and the Lewis and
of Harris and Sanders. Unless said. certificate in the name of I. J. Brokaw.

- Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS certificate shall be redeemed according Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Clark Exposition at Portland, Oregon, until September 28th.As .
Finest
tired stomach, weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach Dining.oar ocrvtce in the South to law. tax det"dill issue thereon according to law. tax deed

stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure- nervous ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N. on the :20th! day of September. A. D. will issue thereon on the 16th day of : k for through rate from your station and secure literature..

For rates and schedules to any ;oint !905:;, September, A. D. 1905. Information Cheerfully Given. .
:
f-j;;._ L.b- DIa Mm* r.tf Eel North or West and for Pullman reservations Witness my official signature ands Witness my official signature and -

I Ito.CA.&g.st&.ry.fZ.C.D.Wtfl.,V I A. Mate.A.lite. m_Rt,.....,11. 1..., Vt.s.i!,W U M uk C41t..tA. call on or write George E. :al this the ISth day of August, A. D. seal this the 15th day of August, A. D. G. W. ELY, T. P. A. J. F. VANIIEXSBELAFR. Gen'1 Agt; ::

Herring, Fla. Pass. AgL, L. & N. R. R. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk. 1S05. S. T. Sistrunk.
.. ..Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala Fla. 266 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion CO., Fla.' j Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. 13 Peachtree Street., Atlanta, Ga. 4.
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