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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 )
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Brilliant and Untenable Notions JG kits Orders Sent Through the West t '' _
sno\v-v\hiie
should be with
Among those Received Today Are: equipped a dainty, one-piece 'I'

About This Condition. f ata>lwrd" Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. by the Church Authorities. For Your

Queen Olives Celery Relish _______ i It -
Hive consider
you ever stopped to

[N/eet Mixed Pickles, MENTIONED IN THE BIBLESome r' how delightfully! convenient It would 'ft 1,1\, CONDITIONS_ FOUNDIt Pure Milk and Cream f .

Stuffed ..Jangoes and Sour Doctors Claim Left-handedness 4 -] be to Lave tot and cold running water Is Growing Faster, Perhaps. Than I

Gherkins in Bulk. Transmitted From Mother Carrying In your dressing chamber, sleeping ( i Any Other Church but Its Rulers'i Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.

Child on Left Arm and Developing apartment or first-floor toilet room? 1 Are Not Satisfied-Its Perfect

Give our order man a far the Left Side at Expense of t ;r. ;F i. Its presence would a Thr3You the highestdegree i Missionary Polygamy Tabooed.Organization-Talk of I Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
RightMore "
with your next order and let z of comfort. : \

us fill it. Remember, theseare guesswork-scientific, quasi- 1'' We will gladly quote you prices. I I If aries Last were year employed more than In 5,000 mission-I'
scientific unscientific and antiscientific

f ;( t : ., ? Our plumbers are strictly !
2 competent the total number
all Heinz Goods and ana this year assigned .
has been applied to the solution -
& mechanics, honest and reliable.: will not be less than 7uOO.
i
Fresh. of this question of right and
t I II Most of these recruits are young BARGAIN TIME
left handedness than to any other I 'I I
II men, who report to elders men grown
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PROMPT DELIVERY AND POLITE II I| physiological subject probably and( I iI I I
gray in the service of the church. .
ATTENTION the mystery still remains unsolved. j -- --- iI, .
I ,, --_ ztS1 These missionaries bring to the work -
One thing, however, is certain, that : I:
zeal and earnestness that
i mean many PST
there was never a race of men or : .
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY I women which was completely ambidextrous j ,, converts: in the course of the )'ear. I

i or both-handed nor any j FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC GO ; The perfection of the organization of I
the church is illustrated by the methods '
which was not predominantly right- | i The Ocala Steam
\ employed in proselyting.) Laundry
handed, nor any in which a consider- i ,
DO YOU WANT At Salt Lake City and two other
able proportion were not left-handed. I ---- -i I
i j points schools are maintained in .
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Indians on the plains, Eskimos in the -
TO BUY ADo I LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND I RED CROSS MATTRESSES which the work of personal evangeli- -- -
Arctic snows, negroes in the African j
I sation is :aught The brightest and
jungle, Chinese, Hindus, black Aus- | R. R. ACCOUNTING I
See the samples cut from Red Cross j best talkers among the younger Mormons
tralians, are right and left handed-
but always the right-handed have the I I $50 to $500 a month salary assur- 'sanitary: mattresses at Mclver & MacKay's. '!I are selected for this work. Theyire SEE OUR RED LIST :
I These mattresses are made specially drilled in the tenets of
I ufajority. I ed our graduates under bond. Our six )
I It is also certain that the seat of I I from the finest cotton, are In two I the faith and are made thoroughly
is i schools the largest in America and endorsed familiar with the Bible and the application -
iI styles "Perfection, and "Tufted"and
ii I! right and left handedness is in the
all railroads. Write for cat of its to Mormonism. I
i I brain, and that right-handed people by both covered with pretty art tick- II passage
ing. The mattresses warranted Before they are sent forth they receive I
have a special development: to cover alogue. More School of Telegraphy, are ,
1 the characteristic, in the left lobe of Cincinnati, 0., Buffalo, :.l, Y., Atlanta never to get hard or lumpy. The prices | a thorough test and examina-

the brain, and left-handed people a I (la.., la.. Crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Tex., are $U and $15 for the two stYles. tion.A. .

special development in the right lobe San Francisco, Cal.A.LWAYS There is nothing better made and every campaign is carefully planned 4
of the brain. mattress is fully guaranteed. from headquarters. :Men have prevl'l PROTECT YOUR BOOKS !
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ously been sent into various
SUCCESSFUL ,
Charles Reade, the a state to spy out profitable territory. I They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
You.Want To great English --- I DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
I If the investigators disclose a Roman I house exposed to dust and damage! Of course youcan't
I novelist, wrote volumes to try to
When indigestion becomes chronic
Catholic community or one peopledby help it, if your book-case is full' and of the old
Sell Rent or Buy i i prove that people make their children it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure roley & Co., Chicago, originated Europeans with equally tenacious I style solid construction. Better get rid of such a case
right-handed by forcing them to han will cure indigestion and all troubles Hem;}' and Tar as a throat and lung: or start a new one that will always accommodate
ideas about religion, little time Is your
a House Store I dle the spoon, the knife and other resulting therefrom, thus preventing I remedy, and on account of the great ) books without being either too large or too small-one

articles with the right hand. His I Catarrh of the Stomach. Dr. New- merit and popularity of Foley's Hon spent that grows with your library and always fits it. The"Elastic"
The most favored sections those
Lot, or Farm? theory was that, unless the chip brough of League, \V. Va., says: "To ey and Tar many imitations are offered where Norwegians, English, are Germans,

were so guided it would use either those suffering from indigestion or for the genuine. Ask for Foley'sHoney Swedes and emigrants from eastern Y. 9t"b Wc crUic

Do You Want to hand indifferently, and grow up both- sour stomach I would say there is no and Tar and refuse any substitute | states predominate. It was early dis-
handed; that all people, in fact, were offered, other
better remedy than Kodol DyspepsiaCure. as no prepara- BookCase
I covered that the emigration to these
intended by nature to be bothhanded tion will the satisfaction.It ;,
give
same
Insure Life I have prescribed it for a number sections was largely from that classof
and that either right or left is mildly laxative. It contains is the original and only up-to-date
of my patients with good success. no people which found its too sectional book-case
I handE>dness.is a perversion. But it is and is safest I means and is made by the largest manufacturers of such
for children
tpiitts andeliC'ate
Limb ? Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what email in the older settled sections to i goods
or Property I the world
In It's
doubtful convinced furnished
if Reade in
ever anyone I variety of grades, sizes
Sold the Post-
by
you eat: and makes the stomach sweet. persons. purchase land at
I prevailing prices-
who has observed the \ and prices,
persistent I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I office Drugstore, Ocala Fla. adapted to
the homeseekers with small means, In ,
THEN LOSE NO : and all
determination of any child to give I 1, any require
TIME IN SEhlNG preference either to one hand or the j other words. i ments. It's a system of
I, other. I When a section is favorably reported I < < units each unit fitted

Chars Roade's the I H. ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER Assistant upon, missionaries are sent tlvre. w ilh the perfection dust-
[ theory, by way I Manager.G. _
DITTO & MALONEY 1 I Thorp is a perfect division of territory I proof roller bearing
took no account of the fact that people S. H. GLITCH Manager. J. BLITCH, Teller. door. But we'll be gladto
i so that no effort is wasted.; The
are right-handed and left-handed. I' show them if call,
you
I issionaries travel twos.
generally
| It would be absurd to suppose that a II I by or will send illustrated .
welds For Each is in
black and carries
garbed =
natural equality of force and suppleness I catalogue on requesL
WATCHESAnd between the legs could be destroyed a Bible in hand or coat pocket. Theygo
COMMERCIAL BANK up to a house, knock, and -svh"n II
Y by making a child hold a
I
spoon in its right hand.A Ii they gain the attention of the ee- u-
REPAIRSGO I pants proceed to jush their v. 'rk I
I i with all of the pertinacity of the j
child or a grown person, may be OGALA FLORIDA. vetI "
TO book If receive ,
eran agent. they the
.made, by training and practice quite I !
slightest encouragement they come I ,
ambidextrous, but no person can he
F. G. B. WEIHE I cured of the feeling of righthanded.I! aga'u and again. I

The ness or left-handedness as the case I Your Business:;: with us will Protect you Against I They are under instructions to pick I y I .
Jeweler. rut thrifty prosperous and industp I
be. not think
may Though we may ;
!I of it, men are never entirely free Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. I II our" citizens of the middle class, and I ,

i I from the positive sensation of a phys- i I where possible these receive suntan' .
Hal inducements L) join the coloniesin .
i ical superiority on one side of the I
Perfection_ CanopiesThe the northwest. SOLD BY
body above the oth r. Right or left
handedness is ingrained in the con- INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS i These missionaries are careful to j I I

sciousness.This state that :Mormonism has eschewed j Mclver and MacKay

last-mentioned fact destroysi !I the doctrine of polygamy and they I ,

i I another pretty notion, that the right I not only do not teach it, but teach I

I hand of one right-handed person maybe 1---- THE OCKLAWAHA INN I f against it. The younger Mormons, as I DC7LERS IN \
'! a matter of fact, to j!I
are
I the same thing as the left handof I opposed polyg-
another; that Is to say that the i amy. It has long been recognized as I

whole human outfit of hands, so to .. r. A Pleasant, Homelike House; : an unnatural condition In a civilized I'I'I FURNITUftECC fiND HOUSEHOLD FUR SHINGSI

speak, is graded up from a minimumto I country, and education is making it I II
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a maximum of dexterous capability Elegant, Airy Rooms and the I more repugnant to the younger of both'I

I often modified by usage: that j I! T I sexes. Many of them refuse to counte- ; ::: AI.A 1-cRIOA _
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a "handy" person, for instance, may |:I i very Choicest Table Board. I nance It- in- any way.

have two right hands, and a clumsyand i I The church organization Is so compact -

-.R-- a unskillful person may merely Special Rates in Sunimsr, to ( that it is possible for it to act

5e T' 4PACadGEI possess two left hands. I : Quickly, and the mail and telegraph are

Weekly and Monthly Board- : freely used to transmit edicts. Within

. best on earth for either Iron or The first left-handed man of whom I I I two days after President Smith has for- Is Your Bathroom Modern ? Y y .

wood beds, or children's cribs. Most can recall any account in literature nulated: one, it is In the hands of every I Ii
was Ehud the Benjamite, who made ers.MRS. era eo
durable, /oiiary and time saving. We I use of his peculiarity to enable him x -- HATCHELL, i Mormon church officer within a radius I You cannot have too many safeguards for the health R vow eC

are.I ,fjftA Jpters for everything in to assassinate King Eglon of Moab i ; of 1,000 miles. Discipline is rigorously I of family and selfcespecidlly the growing children.
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I Proprietress. maintained, ana disobedience Las met I II .
fittings, from the canopy with that hand while he was pretending I Bad or antique plumb-
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with
such prompt punishment that it
to give the tyrant a present from is -. Is dangerous to the
Our prices are always I OCALA FLORIDA rare nowadays. ing as
r'"o" the Israelites with the right. As in I I health as good or modern
I It is asserted that the Mormon church 4
this deed the left-handed man was '4''' Is beneficial.
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carrying out an edict of the Lord Is growing more rapidly than another 'I
.rMcIVER & MacKAY I In the world, and all credit Is laid to The cost of renewing your
the first Scriptural mention of left-
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OFHARDWARE '
with Standard'a
the thorough organization for evangelization dl bathroom
handedness is associated with an hon- '
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"orable distinction. But the opposite I recruits are coming from all

II association of superior honor attached parts of the globe, and the general policy health assurance.

JERY tA1tLi to the right; hand goes back further of the church to mass Its strength -_ We have samples in
I than that. The Almighty is I in Utah and adjoining states is still being our show rooms and will

continually made right-handed in the followed. L
i I : ; ;= -ladly mote y w prices.
Bible, frail Exodus xv. C down. Half of the vote in Salt Lake City Is -
r I
It !is a curious fact. too. that the : cast by Mormons, and in the remainder I
I! Hebrews used the right hand to denote -II Stoves, Heaters, Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing cf the state the church polls SO per R. E. YONGE & CO.

the south, from which quarterthe cent of the total. In Idaho nearly a :

I II I II I power of the sun comes; "jam in.. Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies.Sash : third of the voters are Mormons and I

the right hand being the south. and j : this fact has given the leaders there im-I

"shemol." the left hand the negative i rcense: political power, since by throwing -i 1

1 s I and energized north. Doors. Blinds and Glass Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds (, it one way or the other political !) I -

i But all the** expressions are from control is fixed. There is no fanatiC'all
i the of view of right-handed v/ If You Need
I point poo- ; political feeling among Mormons, and '
_.._t !, pie If there were such a thing as they readily obey the order of the I

.- ." left-handed people all the expressionswould church, which has many eminent polio ,
be the other way.-L. E. W. Money f
ticians on its official roll. ; .

A laver loo Ile1 rcial Proportion of Births and Deaths. The Mormons have a unique way of r:8: .

)- M. Jacques Bertillon has recently I I suppressing jealous and quarrelling ,. Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP

developed the law of the parallelism wives. When one starts trouble in the : I,' '
TravelerKnows o- the movement of population, according household the husband reports the mat- j ,i ;i You can get the most liberal loans on your Dia

the value of a swell rig when to which the birth rate and ter to the teacher, who is the ruler of mKinds, Watches, Jewelry, Furniture, Tools and all I
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calling; on his patrons, and if he has the death rate are equally proportioned r : the district He calls at once upon her, 3,I ; of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED i '-

been In Oeala before he knows that in the same country. Thus births : 9 t i informs her that she must be a goodI PLEDGES FOR SALE

theplace to secure one with good I i and deaths are high and low in the i I and obedient wife because no woman 1 -, All Business Strictly Confidential

driver, handsome buggy, or carryall I same country in the same proportion I can enter the presence of God except i!' a M. RUBIN, Proprietor.

with plenty of room to stow away his |I I According to statistics furnished for through her husband. This is one ofMormonism's r
the whole of Europe this law be .' E: :, 14 North Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida
sample cases, and wen groomeJ, well i i. may / of ,' strongest tenets. It not :
fed horses, fine as silk, can always be I verified to the letter. Thus in the ten ., only makes old maids scarce in Utah, i' '. ...

procured here at low prices. We will I countries in which the mortality is but keeps divorce at a minimum, since I j

give you good service at low cost. lower than :20 per 1,000 inhabitants I women there, as elsewhere, are the !
II there are only one or two in which I II HAY TEDDERSHay strongest believers in the religion. I !
the birth rate is higher than 30 ,
S. A. STANDLEY & CO. I per I IDoesn't LUMBeF-
i 1,000. In the countries in which the I

t |, mortality exceeds 20 the birth rate '1i I Presses, Mowers, Rakes, Knife and Tool Grinders' "Does the baby Need talk to yet Talk." asked a "

always exceeds 30 and is not lower
L.ALEXANDERPractical A for Both friend of the tamily.
Stock of
tb"n 85 in any other countries exceptin Complete Repairs I
,, "No, replied the baby's disgusted
Baden Wurtemberg. and Italy.- DEERING AND: : McCOR/VUCK: ] ,
i little brother; "the babdoesn't need ; See or Phone -
j Translated from the Revue Sclentiflque. "
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to talk. I
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Machines and Implements. I
I need to talk" !i
CARPENTER AND BUILDER : iI 1 I
"No. All the baby has to do is to | B. H. SEYMOUR .
deaths in Germany r ;
Among every forty #
Careful estimates maae on. all contract I there is one from cancer; the MARION HARDWARE COMPANY jell, and it gets everything there Is in \I
work. Gives more and better work the house that's worth having.Tit'Bits. i{
I number of new cases is about 30E+00
tor,the money than any tbe:,In town. SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFf I PHONE NO. 25. Oca
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EVENING STAR CHAMBLISS OUT FOR BLOOD FIRE NEAR OXFORD r '- : '_. : ,:, .:.,. ..

MUNRijt & (CIIAMBLISS) CAPITAL $50,000.00 ::' / _
The Kind that Flows in the Veins of The Home and Most of the Furniture I ."

Fine Cattle of W. H. Cason Destroyed.
C. L. BITTINGER & CO. I
Oxford. Sept 17,-The home of \V.
HERBERT A. FORD President
Z..C. Chambliss Ocala's prominent -
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carrolll' banker, and one of Florida's leaders in H. Cason. two miles north of Oxfurd.was .! GE .). H. FORD Vice President.F. .
destroyed bfire l"ridaenning,1
BANKERS
S promoting the raising of fine cattle, L. \VATSONCashier...
Proprietors and Publishers.C. The fire obtained such headway beforeit I
was In the city Saturday. Mr. Cham- .
wa. discovered that only the trunks II
I bliss. who won many prizes for blooded -
t L. BITTINGER, and some bedding was saved. It was''
cattle at the South Florida Fair, isan
Ocala a Florida a severe loss to Mr .Cason. he having !
Editor and General ManagerR. enthusiastic worker for the State
I bought the place only a short time | NATIONAL BANK
Fair and visited Tampa for the purpose I
ago. lie had only a email amount of1
: R. CARROLL, of aiding in an important branchof CENTRALOF
insurance I
and Is out several hundred
fair work. The Fair Association intends -
City Editor and BusIness Manager dollars. Mrs. Ca.;on and the children
constructing the stables I _
_____. __ pens alone at the time of the fire. Mr. Cason I
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LOANS. DEPOSITS. OCALA.
poultry houses and other such buildIngs being in Ocala. T -

CONTRACTING AND BUILDING on a large scale, and Mr. Cham- L

bliss was asked to visit Tamp and give .
THREE JURORS CUREDOf \ _
It you are going to build anything his advice in this regard. No featureof I J. K. CHRISTIAN i'J ; R. L. ANDERSON' : \

from a cedar clothes chest to a fine the Fair will surpass the live stock COHSERYATISM. ACCOMMODATION Cholera Morbus With One Small .'t\GEO, )hcKA Y. fi ED HILLER.

residence or a brick block, don't fall exhibit.-Tampa Tribune of 16th.AUOLC.33 Directors' nERBEW A. FORO. GEORGE FOkD.f"
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera I I :
to see or write for estimates to J. Mc- R S. hALl4.
------ and Diarrhoea RemedyMr. I
Nealy, the contractor and builder

'The Man Who Doesn't Walt." So. ABSCESSES with few exceptionsare I R. D. FULLER L. F. BLA'LOCK I G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala.,I i -

1!, Fort King avenue. Ocala. Fla. debil- relates an experience he had while j
inicatlve of constipation or
FULLER & BLALOCK I.. serving on a petit jury in a murder

DRESSERS AND WASHSTANDSWe ity.W.. H. Harrison. Cleveland Miss.. case at Edwardsville, county seat of, TO '
Clebourne (.ount '. Alabama. He : .
i says"While
writes Aug. 15. 1902: "I want to say a DENTAL SURGEONSOffice
have a particularly fine stock of there I ate some fresh meat.
word of praise for Ballard's Snow Lin '-1;
and washstands In al and some souse meat and it me: TiltTR1DE .
odd dressers gave
iment. I stepped on a nail, which Over Munroe <& C&ambliss' Bank
prices, styles and woods. See the line iholr-ra mnrbus' in a very severe form.!
caused the cords In my leg to contract -
I was never more sick in life and
before buying elsewhere. my
and an abscess to rise In my OCALA, FLA. 1iIY
Mclver & MacKay. sent to the drugstore for a certain
knee and the doctor told me that I
cholera mixture but the druggist sfnt
I would have a stiff leg. so one day

$25 REWARDI I I went to J. F. Lord's drugstore. (whoIs Terms, Cash.J. me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,

now in Denver, Col). He recommended -.. I I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead 41
saying that he had what I pent Our prices are figured on the very r
will pay a reward of $15 for con- a bottle of Snow Liniment. I. U'
for, but this medicine was so much lowest cash basis, and under no circumstances
victlon of any man in Marion countyfor got a SOc. size and It cured my leg. It
E.CHACEDENTAL better that he would rather send it tome will we ship< goods C. 0. D.,
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violating the game law, and $2whre 5 is the best liniment in the world. Sold I --
in the fix I was in. I took one dose I as the will only take ::-.
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: the party lives in Ocala. by all druggists. express company
Henry Gordon, Sheriff. SURGEON of it und was better in five minutes. iI | whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The -Vs'a.-
The second dose cureJ ,
me entirely.
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THE YELLOW PERIL laws will nat allow them to ship liquors g
I I Two fellow! jurors weie afflicted in I
STARTLING MORTALITY Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA C. 0. D. We will accept express orders,
the same manner and one small bottle : :
There were only 24 cases of fever in cured the three of us." For sale by i ostoffice money orders, one and two-
Statistics show startling mortalityfrom FLA. I _ _ _
x.Orl..ans Sunday and two deaths. II the Po=toffice Drugstore. I cent stamps and checks en parties we
and To
appendicitis peritonitis. Total cases to date 2571; deaths, 335. I know are 0. K. We buy for cash and
\ prevent and cure these awful diseases !
Terms Cash. i
I There were no new cases In Pensa- TRIED TO TAKEA sell for cash, thereby giving our cus.
there Is just one reliable remedy, Dr.King's I '..,
cola. Three new cases developed in I SHORT CUT TO HEAVEN tomers the benefit "f ba daccounts. """" -:: _-= _. -J:1.: .
Sew Life Pills. M. Flannery of I I ;-. -- -.
Vicksburg .. rjj __.1'--1. : ..-- '
-- 14 Custom House Place. Chicago says: -.. --_. '-.-
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*Thy have no equal for Constipation Have you sn those little alcohol SOFT, GLOSSY HAIRIt I James Char/ "U". a young man from -- -'--' --' -j-'II---

aid Biliousness. 25c. at the AntiMonopoly stoves at the Postofflce Drugstore. Just I Tniontown, Ala., attempted suicide :it i October, J903, we purc- ..-

_ Drugstore. the thing for these hot days, and cheaptoo. Can Only Be Had Where There is I Ii the Hotel Arno in Tampa Fatuiday.i: !!chased the oldest Saloon ...
: but his life was saved by the timelyarrival _
Costs you 75c. for the stove and i No Dandruff I II ;
SPRAINSS. i of a pyhsician. lIe was forImeily Business in Florida 'YThe ,
2o. an hour to run It. .
I Any man or woman who wants soft, !: proprietor of the Hotel Bon Aii .

glossy hair must be free of dandruff, ]|: at Live Oak and %va. well known to McGrath ..-
A. Reid, Cisco Tex.. writes. March Place : -
RAWLINGS
RESPITE FOR which causes falling hair. Since it has;' traveling men throughout the state. i I -
11. 1901: Iy wrist was sprained so I !
badly by a fall that it was useless and I I become known that dandruff is a germ i I j I Since tnat time we nave rearranged
J. G. Rawlings and his two sons, Milton I disease the old hair that I !
preparations
S GIVEN UP TO DIE
after using several remedies that fall- everything, and made it one of the most
and Jesse, who were to have bean I were mostly scalp irritants, have been I I II I (
*-d to give relief used Ballard's Snow ; attractive places in Ocala. .We have
hung at Valdosta, Ga., Friday, receiveda abandoned. and the barbers and 'I
I public B. Speigel;: 1201 X. Virginia St., Ev-1
Liniment and was cured. earnestly
added bottle business to it
a large ,
recommend it to anyone suffering from respite in order to allow their lawyer doctors included, have taken to using.! i-Hsville, Ind., writes: "For over five as. 12 quart-_--_---_--$15.00
i well first class Cafe and Private
sprains:' Sold by all druggists. I time to appeal to the supreme court. Xewbro's Jlerpicide the only hair pre- I years! I was troubled with kidney and as a 4 j quart-____________ (G..00i
I paration that kills the dandruff germ. I acMer affections which caused me I I Dining Rooms. We carry everything J

SCHOOL OPENING I E. Dodd, Dickinson, N. D., says: "Ht'rI I muih pain and worry. I lost flesh and I i! good to eat and drink, and if you will 1 ouart ____________ I ..50call

LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED lid!.. not only cleanses the from I when in Ocala will do
I ( scalp was all run down, and a year ago had I! on us we

FREE OF CHARGE Miss! Sharpe's school will reopen dandruff and prevents the haid falling I to abandon work entirely. I had three! all in our power to please you and -- _

Phon. 26. R. E. Yongo & Co. Ionday. October 2. 1905. at the same out. but promotes a new growth. H r-I of the best physicians, who did me I I make you feel 'like; you are welcome .: '. -C. = ..

-oms, 135 S. Second street. picide keeps my hair very glol no good, and I was practically givenup I :all and see us. -

WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS Departments as usual-Kindergar- Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc. j to die. Fole>"'s Kidney: Cure was

ten. Primary and Preparatory.For in stamps for sample to the Herpicide I I recommended and the first bottle gave

The Iron Mountain Route has now further Information address Co., Detroit. Mich. Tydings & Co., : me great relief, and after taking the I 1 ni We are with you

_ on sale very lew rate tickets to Hot Miss) Annie M. Sharpe. 32 S. FourthSt. !pedal agents, Ocala, Fla. i iI I i I second bottle I was entirely cured." .

Springs Ark. Tickets can be boughton ., Ocala, Florida. Poll! by the I'ostoffice Drugstore. when it comes to

certain days during July Augustand Ocaa: Fla. jI 11

S September at one fare plus two DON'T KNOW WHEN

dollars for the round trip. Write for THEY ARE WELL OFF I DEATH UP TO DATE

literature descriptive of hotels etc. LOOK !
GROCERIESThey
I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A. The members of the Japanese colonyat I The constantly: vuring automobile

Chattanooga Tenn.A Boca Ratone on the east coast of I accidents suggest the thought that !

Florida are going to move to Tallulah I Death has sent his pale horse to the -

COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS Gri.. and start a silk farm. I huneyard and invested in a benzine :: _
I are always fresh and
bugy.
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WAIT ,
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A. J. Jennesse. Butler St., Chi BEST FOR CHILDREN I I

cago writes: "I am a switchman and I COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE 1, our prices generally a little

am out in all kinds of weather. I took Mothers, be careful of the health of You can get the Cosmopolitan Magazine '

n cold which settled in my kidneys your children. Look out for Coughs, and the Weekly :Star:; one year] lower when quality is con

and I was in bad shape. I tried sevEral Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. WATCH for 1.0, and the Cusmopoliton one'

advertised remedies-\uth no benefit Stop them in time-One Minut'e Cough year and the Daily Star three months sidered.

until I was / f6mmenaed to try Cure is the best remedy Harmless and for $1.73. Cash in advance in each _

rclpy'sJkidqeVyCure. Tvo-thirds of pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold i case. i

a Lottie cured me." Sold by the Post- by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ii i Market price paid for countryproduce
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office Drugstore. Ocala. Fla. For our Handsome: Line of A PLUCKY PEOPLEThe

I Clifford Raysor, formerly: night clerkat Fall and Winter Goods to be oi all kinds

CREAMERY BUTTER the Montezuma. has recovered froma people of Xew Orleans <'{olelll'.1 ited 1 1'I4I
tx:
in few
25 CENTS A POUND brief illness and will take a position arriving a days their diamond festival Saturday A

ts night clerk at the Ocala House. from New York, whereour holiday was, made of the occasion .\ll.i i Prompt attention given to or-

The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly it was a great success. The exerci"..s .

on hand, receiving a fresh supply WOODWARD IS A TERRORThe Buyer. now i-::. were opened by the reading of a tt-It.-! ders by mail.

every two days, delicious, pure,, gram of congratulation from l'rfshh-1I1 _
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lleorgla creamery butter, 25 cents per State Board of Health of Georgiahad Roosevelt.NO: .

pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. to get an injunction against Mayor Boston Store.LIBRARY I, We keep on hand at all times the largest -

Woodward to keep him from break- UNPLEASANT EFFECTSIf :
t
stock of Whiskies Wines and Beers
INCREDIBLE BRUiALITY ing into passenger ears! going through I ,

Atlanta and taking yellow fever! refugees you *ver tock DeWitt's Little Ear-1: S In Florida, and do the largest mail orderCARMICHAEL'S

It would have been incredible brutal- out by force. lyly Risers for biliousness or constipation -!

ity it Charles P. Lemberger of Syra- TABLESWe you know what pill pleasure is. 1 SPECIAL. bnsiness. This business has grown ,

cu.e. N. Y., had not done the best he CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE These! famous little pills cleanse the YEAR OLD
7 RYE. fair treatment
steadily by good goods
l'L"K.E ,
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could for his suffering son. "My boy, have the prettiest and most liver and rid the system: of all bile t

h.* says: "cut a fearful gash over his Geo. A. Sherman Lisbon Red Mills, complete line of oak and mahogany I vuthiwt producing unpleasant ffects'l The bestmediurn grade Whiskey on earth.:: and prices that quality alone govern. If

..).... S) I applied Bucklen's ArnicaSalve. Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had library tables ever shown in Ocala. ,i I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 4 full qts., delivered, 325. 2 full qts delivered I have it from GOOD -
$200. i $i.OG you wan, liquor, we
which quickly healed it and kidney disease for many years and A big shipment has just arrivsd. You !, qt ,

s. \'t'd his eye." Good for burns and had been treated by physicians fortw'f.'l"e are cordially invited to inspect them. I I NOTICE I II Pints, SDC. Half pints. 250. to the very BEST ever distilled.

ulcers, too. Only 25c. at the AntiMonopoly years; had taken a well known Mclver & MacKay.Nunnally's I. !

Drugstore. kidney! : medicine and other remedies I Whereas, this board has given due '

that were recommended but got no I candies, fresh every week j I notice as required by law that it would*
COMPANYOpposite
BRICK LLOCK IN OCALA, $-WOO -ilitf until I began using Foley's Kidney by express, and only 60c. per pound. consider and determine at this meeting I CARMICHAEL & SON

\ Cure. The first half bottle relieved I You don't have to pay for the name of the board whether or not they will '!

If taken soon, we have for sale a me, and four bottles have cured me I in buying these goods, and there is no I adopt the provisions of Sections 1 and. A. L. and West of Square.
S.
brick block, containing three stores of this terrible disease. Before I be- better candy sold In this market. Sold 2 of Chapter 5430 of the Laws of Flor-I I Depot

large hall, six offices above, on very ?an taking Foley's Kidney Cure I hadto and recommended by the Postoffice Ida, and whereas, no citizen of the !II

reasonable terms. A fine Investment; make water about every fifteen Drugstore. county has appeared before the board I i! OCALA FLORIDA

; will pay 15 per cent. or more. If In- minutes, day and night and passed a objecting to the aforesaid law being';

terested. Inquire of Ditto & Maloney brick-dust substance and sometimes I
:: a I.OST-A saik coat dark pepper and made operative as provided for In sailChapter -

Ooala Fla. slimy substance. I believe I would salt color Thursday, in going to Anthony I 5130, approved by the governor ELECTION NOTICE _

have died if I had not taken Foley's somewhere this side of Griner of Florida May 31, 1905. There- !
A CAR OF IRON BEDS Kidney Cure." Sold by the Postoffice I fore be 'I II
Farm school. Autograph pencil No. :2! it For Special Tax School District at
(Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. in inside pok'kH. Suitable reward if I Resolved That the provisions of Turpentine Operators Kendrick

We have just placed ic our storea left at th. Star office. I Chapter 5450 aforesaid shall become : Notice is hereby given that an elec-

solid' carload of iron beds, among FEVER IN CINCINNATIThere 'operative and in full force and effect : lion will be held at Kendrick on .

which are over fifty different patterns This is koaaK weather. We sell ko two months from the date hereof, to- Saturday, September 23, A. D. 1905,

: to select from, and many different are five cases of yellow fever jaks and kodak: things. The Postoffu-e wit: On the 1th; day: of October, A. for the purpose of creating a specialtax

prices. This is the handsomest: line of in Cincinnati all refugees from Louisiana I Drugstore .I). 1905: and that any and all persons ,II ATTENTION school district, to be known as
Iron beds In Florida. Come in and violating Its and '
: who contracted the disease before I provisions requirements the Kendrick special tax school

: look them on"r.Ich'er & MacKay. leaving home. We have a complete line of suit cases after that date will be liable I''! iI I i district The, above proposed district -

and grips, from $3 to $16 and we to the pains and penalties thereof. j to Include the following de- .

THE BURNT CHILD AN OPPORTUNITYAll think you would do well to look at Unanimously adopted and ordered'! I II f-Tibed territory: Section 20, 21, 22. %3.

DOESN'T DREAD THE FIRE I them. Ocala Furniture Company. published for two months. '! 21, 25, :&, 27. 34, 35 and 26 of township
I i This 9, 1905. j
I persons In our city, whose time :. August I 14. range 21, all in Marion county.
; Nan Patterson the famous chorus for reading is limited by reason of daily I II. W. Long i i The Standard Naval Stores Company ot t Jacksonville, !' Florida. And to elect three trusteesof

l girl, was married Washington city work are invited to spend their evenings Chairman Board of County Comiri- paid district and to fix the rate of

t Saturday to her former hu -banJ. Leon at the Kpworth Reading and Social MARKET MENUWestern sioners. Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent millage to be levied for said special

t 1 : O. Patterson. They had been divorced Rooms Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30to Attest: S. T. Sistrunk Clerk. school district

three )""ars. The happy couple will reside 10! p. m. The rooms are free to the producers and will! pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin Qualified electors at said election

: inew York.PICTURE ,
general public.A NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
are all qualified voters of said district
and Spirits Tutpentine delivered at either !
Jackson- 1 who pay; a tax on real or personal
copy: of the "Open Road." Xw Beef Veal Florida .
MOULDINGS a Department of the Interior, property therein. The following perSons -
0 York magazine of small size but much Land '_ffice at Gainesville, Via.Septerner yule or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or commission have been appointed inspector
I merit, has been received. It contains Stall Fed Beef Mutton Ar- "..
We have just added a big shipment 2, l!"' and clerk of said election: G. B. Chap-

to an already large line of picture seine clever prose and a pretty: little mour's Star N'-jtKe is hereby given that the f"liugnamed charges. We are also prepared to make liberal pell, J. T. Guthery and W. E. NIx
Ham
frame mouldings, making our stockof ,intern by Leon Hanlon.DEVOURED Armour'sPork : l 1.\\ settler has filed notice managers and A. A. Olin, clerk. 4

these goods the handsomest and I nf his intention to make commutation advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank By order of the board of public In-

best in the country. Hundreds: of different BY WORMS I Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas proof in support of his claim and that struction: this the Sth day of August

szes: designs and finishes. I said proof will be made before clerk,, cars-it will save youlots: oi money. For further in 1905. G.S. Scott, Chairman.

Mclver, & MacKay. Children often cry, not from pain, Turnips, Beets, :"uif court at Ocala, Fla., on Octo- I Attest: W. D. Cam
but from hunger, although fed abund- I formation Secretary. X_ _
apply toSTANDARD .
Sweet Potatoes h'1', 1405.! ; viz: Daniel A. Fort of I
antly. The entire trouble arises from Irish Potatoes -
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OCALA HOUSE CAFE I Kia. lid 30.77 for the swU of i S. A. L RV.' PARLOR CARS
inanition, their food Is'not assimilated
I. ,\ i4 of *ecuon :24. 15, :24, I
tp s r e.
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'- Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot, :s but devoured by worms.A I and Spanish Onions. HEIo1m.s : : -
: :, under and the following witnesses tor.r"ve j i :Seaboard:: operates Buffet Parlor
.... now open, new management fedoses of White's Cream Ver-
{I ", :::-;.. "" "*rst class in every respect. A la carte I ': his continuous residence upon NAVAL STORES CO1 )i Cars between Ocala and Tampa on .
mifuge will cause them to cease -
crying I W. P. EDWARDS. an-! cultivation of said land,
: viz X.
S ,; : '. eats to regular boarders $6 per and begin to thrive at I : ( trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. in.,
once very A. Fort. R. C. Fort of ,
Lynne, Fla R
months. daily, and between Ocala and Jack-
;rough-..... the summer. j much to the surprise and joy of the I E: I-u' i' .\ F.-! t ,'ii >. ':j, Fla.
l 1. Troxler. Proprietor.' FonvHle on, train leaving ij :ua at 1:24:
.',, mother.\. Sold by all druggists. Phone $$06. -5--- City Market \\. : .,0">. .-' ', P.e.gistr. Jacksonville, Fla. I D. m. daily. .

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1905 PAGE THREE

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WEATHER FORECAST We have the exclusive sale of the Famous i GAMBLING DEN RAIDED
OCALA OCCURRENCES I I

Washington. Sept. 18.-Fair tonight D..putheritf Hutson and Detective .

lira. C. L. Stone is quite sick. .and Tuesday.J. BLACK CAT HOSIERY 1.McEtheridge raided a gambling den at

J. M. Meffert of Lowell was in town Silver Springs! Saturday night and
fourteen They
today. captured gamblers. say

B. SUTTON IS DEADMr. I I there were about thirty-five in the

Mr. J. B. Staten was in town yes- for Ladies Men Boys and Girls. I house and they were having a jolly
J. B .Sutton. who for many years good time. Not content with catching ;

terday.A was a citizen of Ocala, died at Palm I I fourteen, the officers made another 1.1.I

full line of cigars ana tobacco. Ty- View on Terra Ceia Bay Thursday' last, THE KIND THAT WEAR trip this morning and succeeded in

dlag & Co. and was buried Friday at FogartyvlHe. capturing four more.

Mr. Sutton left Ocala about four years

Mr. A. C. Williams of Belleview Is ago and has been in very poor health Mr. Edwin Pittman left Saturday

fit*the Montezuma ever since. His mind became affected night for White Springs, here he was It

and h.was sent to the asylum, but joined by his wife who has been visiting "

A % library vote with every 5c.1.after some months was discharged ascured. New Dress Goods Now on I her parents in Macon, Ga., for the

3 purchase at Troiler's. He was about sixty-five: yearsof : past few weeks. After spending a few

: days at the springs' they will return
age. He leaves a widow and one .
Mr. J -JG Christian of Mcintosh is son. I II i Display home. 0.

in the city.Cannon I
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I LOST OR STRAYED from the Star .
When ready for your fall painting
next door to Captain Poos- building Wednesday a Maltese cat ,An
be sure to see us and get our prices I
er8.* can repair your gun. HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY Answers to the name of Psyche. Any .
on paints, oils and lead. We can j I
information as to her hereabouts, or -
save you money and give you the very
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow evening. I return to this office will be suitably .
best goods obtainable. Marion Hardware : -
_ n_ -- I rewarded.Mr. .
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Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. Company.Mr.
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An earnest invitation is extended to .
and Mrs. F. E. Harris will leave
Mr. S. A .Raw-Is returned yesterdayfrom Arthur H.irdaker manager of Coal.
all strangers and visitors who chanceto tomorrow for a month's trip to New )
Jacksonville. the Martel Lumber Company, who hassuffered
I I be in the city to make themselvesat York. They will sail Wednesday fr mJack'ftll'ilie
i so long with a fractured ankle -
home in the Epworth Reading and on the Clyde steamer Coma -
left today for .Atlanta where the Blacksmith.
Masons meet Thursday night. }I
I I Social Rooms Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30 nc he.
surgeons will hold a consultation to
to 10'p.. m. Rooms over Teapot Gro- .
Mrs. W. D. Graham.11'1' now at Alex decide whether he will be operated on Egg and Charcoal.AT '
ceiy. Mr. Fred Wheeler the popular! fire-
andria N. C. .there or go on to Johns Hopkins Hospital -
j'j'DtUcloua man on the Ocala and Homosassa run,
at Baltimoie.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids has returned from a two months visit
fresh candles at i
TroXler's'l MclvKK: MAC-KAY Nature I I to friends and relatives in Maine and :

Dr Slaughter of Belleview DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy New Yoik- His health was much !improved > .

city today. : local applications, as they cannot I Medicines:: that aid nature are always I by the trip.

reach the diseased portion of the An Italian was at the general delivery most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough
We regret to hear of the sickness of There i:? only one way to cure ear'l window (.f the i/ohtoftice Sunday Remedy acts on this plan. It allays Mr. Rol ert Sanders of Dunnellon .

Miss Jessie Palmer.Mr. ness and that is by constitutional rem- I morn intr'ing to get Ben Borden to the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectorations was in town tJ'I:1on his way back

edies. Deafness is caused by: an inilune'lunditioia ''I change some Italian money into United opens the secretions home from Macon. Ga., where he went I---

F. G. B. Weihe has just received of the mucous lining Stairs; currency. In Italy the !post- and aids nature in restoring the system to place his daughter Miss Mabel, in I

a lot of handsome tree signs painted I of the Kustarhlan: Tube. When this !I offices du banking business on a limited to a healthy condition. Sold by college. ,
on 12x36 boards. They will be put upon I I
tuba is inl'.airu-J you Iaa rumbling scale, and Mr. Borden had some the Postonice Drugstore.Mrs.
the different roads leading into the I II FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
when !
sound or ilill-c1 feet heaiing. and difficulty in convincing the descendantof

city lI\!I' it is entirely closed Deafness is tile i the ancient Romans that it is different Haskell: of Dunnellon came up Fresh and reliable garden Seeds of w. .

result! and unless the. Inilamiaation I in this country.NUMEROUS Saturday to consult with Dr. E. Van all kinds for fall planting. Tydings
I
W. art headquarters for fancy box. H "d. Mrs.I Haskell is with her sister .
case be taken out and this tube iejstored & Co., Druggists and Seedsmen.Dr.
paptr, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. to its normal condition, I sealing Mrs. D. A. Miller. -

I will be destroyed (ot\.r. JCinf oases I AND WORTHLESS E.'an Hood returned today
Mr, J B.Cureton of Tampa Is at thr j Everything: is In the name when it I
out of ten areall.I by The purest an* finest toilet soaps, a from Dunnellon. where he went to v

Montezuma. I uliich is nothing but an .. catarrh'l comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. arge stock of the best goods always visit the little child of Mr. and Mrs.George .
Ue\Vitt & Cu., of Chicago discovered n hand. Tydings and Company. I
dition of the mucous surfaces.We : McGahagin. which he foundquite
WANTED-To rent a cottage, in I I II SDiue years ago how to make a salve
will give one Hundred Dollar I sick
good'location. Apply at Star office. for any case of Deafness (caused by from Witch Hazel: that is a specific for Don't forget, I if you want to feel at It.c .

I I catarrh) that cannot becuredby Hall's I Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and home in a hotel, to stop with Colonel Just received at the Ocala News Co.,

The Montezuma had a full Sunday'sbusiness. I Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns Shipman of the Montezuma, where you I a choice lot of fire-proof bowls and: .
.. _There were thirty arrivals. II I bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's
,
will find lot of fellows to welcome
y I F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. a jolly earthenware of all kinds. Call and see
I II
Salve has no equal. This has given
I I Sold by druggists, 7Cc. Take Hall's' you and who try to make it it.
Fresh roasted and new boiled pea- rise to numerous worthless counter- pleasant and homelike.It I
I I Family Pills for constipation.
nuts every day at Martin's news stand. feits. Ask! for De'\Vitt's-the genuine. 1 I J
Bullock will
Judge begin in a few

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Do does matter whether you have days the erection of a 12-rooni: hotel >
Mr. and Mrs. Bate Perdue returned] If you want an iron bed. you would
good matting or. not. It matters to on his magnificent property' at Clay I
Saturday from Gainesville. i do well to see those at Mclver & I
iI I I Kay's. They have just placed a l\lac-J'J you wish to purchase a home, or you and to us. Let's get together. Springs Mr. George Mai-Kay has
i are you looking for an investment? If Ocala Furniture Company. drawn the pins for the house.
Combs brushes, sponges, and all other I carload in the store, containing about : so, let us tell you about our bargains. I II 1 I
toilet articles. Tydings and Com- fifty different styles. IH. I DITTO & MALONEY.Mr. I I II ,
Mr. Roberts formerly night clerk at
pany. II I I i I I the Montezuma is now timekee-r| atone i I
i I It. Hough of Dunnellon and !t. I.'j i: and Mrs. n. Anderson and 3 I
of
the IHinnHliHi
Dr. Llsk of Connor was at the ClubHouse Company's phosphate -
Barnes of I'tna. two well known naval < children have returned from

yesterday and today.A \ stores operators, wei,- in town tud..t)'. I gle. T -nn., where they spent Iont'a-I mines.
Cans Peas
25c.
Early June
II ,
I Miss Anderson is in
fresh stock of Lowneys candies In mer. G. W. Taylor and G. D. Ahl two well !
All sized packages just received at..I I Buy an aiconoi stove tor 75c. at the and will! nut return before Kc-ntU'kr'l known naval stores operators of Istachatta '
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Taylor's. Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea, O.K.GROCERY are at the Montezuma.
coffee, or any light cooking. Heats ]i Stoves and ranges, and blue flame 1 I 1 YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGE 1I

Mr. and D. W. Davis returned today water in a jiffy, and only costs 2c. an i 1i | oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call I A LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP I II 0I THOMASVILLE GA.
i i II. I and look the stock over. Marion Hard- I '
hour to burn.
pro-I
from week's visit Lake Weir. I
to "A cold
a I. i ware Company. I or cough nearly always i I OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B., B. S., AND B. L. DEGREES. I
I ,I ; duces constipation-the water all runs
Limeades from fresh limes. Drink I[ The announcement of the approaching ![ to the eyes, nose and throat instead of ,, f I Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, our Specialties yt
I Hob Donll.sunas arrested by Officer I I
freely and you won't get bilious. At i I wedding of Miss: IxmelLi; V. gary Culbreath yesterday:; afternoon. CLARK BROS. Proprietors I passing out of the system through the j i t $15 000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam j
Troxler's. to Mr. Mward T. Helveiiston will Lt'rt..tin..1 liver and kidneys. For the want of I 0
i j i He put up a cash bond of $5. which heforfeited I Heat, Electric Lights. Gymnasium, Swimming Pool. Good P
with muh interest in the social PHONE J74 moisture the bowels become dry and I 1 I
I by not appearing in the city j Fare Climate unsurpassed. Strong faculty ot 10 experienced J
Miss Louella Gary returned from circles of Ocala. Miss:; Gary is the hard." Kennedy's Laxative Honey and I
I
couit this morning. {I Teachers.
Lake Weir today beautiful and accomplished daughterof Tar is the original Laxative Cough >

Mrs.I Fannie 1:. Gary and the la-I j Syiup. It meets and corrects thej j 1 Y
Limited Number Available.
of Free
: Expenses, $209. Scholarships
Crown the
Dandruff Cure will keep
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Welch's grape juice always on hand men ted S. M. G. Gary. Mr .Edward T. OCALA FURNITURE CO above conditions, by acting as! a pleasant I
scalp clean if used according to direc- Session Sept. 26 For free Catalogue address 1I
I o opens 1905.
for family trade at the Postofflce
I Helvenston:; I is: the senior member of j cathartic on the bowels-expels I
I' Drugstore. I lj the large mercantile firm of tions. Made and sold by the Postofflce I jail colds from the system and cures all !i iI | I I. COCHRANE HUNT, President. T

rt'-I I ston-l'asteiir t'u. He is one of lIt-1\'en-I' Drugstore.Dr. Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, I coughs, croup, whooping cough, la-I -0- -0- -0- -0- -00- -0- -0- -00- -0- -0-

Mrs. S .A. Rawls and baby will most prominent! and popular business ; and When Needed. I grippe bronchitis, etc. Sold by the I II
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turn home in a week o rso. I men. The marriage will take place at ; Guerrant, the veterinary surgeonof : Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mrs. .

I the Baptist: church Thursday evening, I II McIntosh, has just shipped into that The Question of Embalming and Fun

The services at the different dlUrchI November 211'). place a car load of Kentucky horses W. W. Clyatt is visiting Mr.
atlt.-ndt"d.1 I I II eral Directing is a Delicate One J. E. BANKSTON.
es yesterdaywere very well I and mules. and Mrs. Vernon Cly.itt at Bartow j

I Would not it be Best for You to Entrust Junction. i I
Western beef, pork, mutton and veal HEADQUARTERS. STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS i
tomorrow for your Sunday dinner at :I this Question to Those who Appre- We are exclusive agents for El wood I j Dealer in

v,. P. Edwards' stall, city market. i j For Cllih1L lt'S School and When your ship or health strikes the I! ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know- wire field ("neiug.lwa's in stock. !

Mr and Mrs. F. Teague Imve returned I Drl'I: 'I hidden, etc rocks, you of are Consumption lost if you, Pneumonia don't- edge is of the Highest, Standard I I Ask Company.for pi'ices. Marion Hardware I II |. JIi''; S1b. aJlli&.l i rr t'u; P ei! :1til 1! oo'fi t oU:i Aliitr

from a week's visit to Lady 1:111-:1\\1'1-:1: :: : Co. I IMrs. I '
get help from Dr. King's New Discov- : :< h1\Hi : 'ipm.1'n : 1t/fP 1'3f1' (
: p' 3}
Lake. I I : ery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnonof TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE '\'. R. Rowland of Tampa Mho !!' ---J:. ___IoWJ..., :,) "J .! gll


For a private detective phone No. 19S. i i for Mr.Atlanta Herman where Benjamin on the left'';th Saturday'instant I had Talladega been very Springs ill with, Pneumonia Ala., writes, :under "I- PROMPT ATTENTION :Asheville has:; been, for X.; r.the. : will last: return two months home tU-1 in I'i 111[ all :H "1sll gjJld1lP I >$JJ1l1l1hf! .


Ocala Fla. I h..lrnt-r. They will spend their honeymoon I getting no better, when I began taking I I NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS.

in the Xorth. visiting New York Dr. King's New Discovery. The first! SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala Fla 'L\XTED-I'u'ltic.n as bookkeeperor :
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Miss Beatrice Sinclair spent SundayIn I I and Washington. Mr. UL will return ] dose gave relief and one bottle curedme. assistant bookkeeper. Best' of rt'i i SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US,

Ocala returning to Sumterville about Nov. 1 and begin the erection of j ." I erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. '
( Sure cure for sore throat, bron- \.1-1' SATISFACTION
Sunday night. a large and handsome residence on I dress "Star," Ocala, 1'Ia. GUARANTEED.
I chitis, coughs and colds. Guaranteedat MdVER & MAOKAY : I II
t'amp Heights.JjpaLac. I'I'I
the Antl- Ionopoly Drugstore. Price,
Cannon, next door to Captain Pooser's :30e.; and $1. Trial bottle free. I Mi Ii.C.. Jones and Master Robert Phone No. 111. Stalls 11 and \ 3, City Market.;

Implement warehouse, is an upI 1 I the great furniture varnish ---- i i Cl.nkxili stopped at the Duval Hotel

to-date repairer of bicycles: and stain ni-ikes furniture look We carry at all times a big stockof I FUNERAL DIRECTURSUNDERTAKERS i iii Jacksonville Sunday, un their way i I FREE DELIVERY. .
.1 lo: Massachusetts.We .
like new. A full stock of all finishes j all heights of the famous American -

Mr. Will Sinclair left yesterday: for I and all sizes of packages' at the Ma-j) dose mesh wire ft'ncing.'rite for iI I
I 1 have just received another carload .
'Cuba, after spending several days In I 1 I riou Hardware Co. i circulars and prices on quantities. Marion i
of hay presses of different sizes,
the city with his
parents. Hardware Company. and both portable and stationary. Ma- I Write for Bargain List of

C. II. Dame, the apostle to the uninitiated ,Ion Hardware Company.Dell I
,Charcoal coal and blacksmith'scoal THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO I
I egg held Woodmen revival in Lave EMBALMERS
will now be kept in stock at all Oak la t't'tk.. Forty good citizens Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey I
I Moody came up from Dunnel ENGINES BOILERS AND SAW MILLSI
tImes by Mclver. & MacKay. many of them leading men of the I Grove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo Fine Casket! I lon a Saturday, and visiting his sister -

i i1fr. town, were led by him to see the true I from Liver and Kidney trouble. In Mrs. Hyman at the Montezuma.Mr I
A. P. Stuckey left today noon for
i light: of fraternalism. This was a record I a recent letter, he says: ""I was nearly
J Gainesville on business for the G. and and Burial Robes Kinds Sizes.
I breaking week for even the hustling !I dead of these complaints, and although George Mckean la't's'pJu..s- and

G. railroad. Dame. He goes to Starke this !11 tried my family doctor he did me I day afternoon for vacation in North :

week to inform the citizens of that j no good; so I got a :50c.; bottle of your All Work Done by Licensed Em I ':1 rulina.. We Sell and Trade New and Second
I Buy
not floors with
Why cover your good
I solid town of the virtues of Woodcraft. great Electric Bitters which cured me. balmeiS and Fully GuaranteedBURNETT I I
matting? That's the only kind we j' I consider them the best' medicine \
on FOR RENT. The
-- Grant McCall of all
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Ocala Furniture Machinery .
have.
Company |
earth, and thank God, who
Wo have in stock and ready for I gave you j house on North Magnolia street. Nine

S. )f. Lummus, our linotype expert immediate shipment :2. 3. C, S, 12 andhor't'Ioower the knowledge to make them." Sold looms, newly painted and papered on i
13: and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia, th. lnsi.ie. Rent Manufacture Columns Lintels Sills
Is much Improved today, but is not yet 1 gasolene engines, made reasonable to a goodt e ,
by the International Harvester Company Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the "al:,ot. Apply to Mrs. T. J. Owens. {

able to return to his work. i iI I and there are none bttter. Marion Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. i Ventilators and all 1 Kinds of Castings.

I M I Biekert of Atlanta
Hardware ont.thi:'
Company.A
The finest and: most complete stock !
I J. K. Christian came down from THE TAILOR o\\iers of the Ocala House wine i
of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics i OUR PRICES WILL SELL YOU
In the city, at Tydings and Company.Mr. TEXAS WONDEROne McIntosh Sunday and remained in the 1""!II!'. i is in the city. |
i city until this morning, when he went I I

J. A. Jordan of Tampa is in the rfmall bottle of the Texas Wonder 1 on t" Duunellon. to look after his big Has Moved Into HisI Our j ice cream has p. reputation of VALDOSTA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS

city visiting his wife, who is the guestof Hall's Great Discovery, cures all store there. New Brick Store which we are nistly proud. T. "'.

her mother. Mrs Layne. kidney and bladder troubles, removes I Troxler.
VALDOSTA GA.
FLORIDA PONIES FOR SALE i i I ,
emissions II
No 11 E. Fort King Avenue.
Miss Julia Wilson returned home .
BOY WANTED boy who is not I Mention This Paper When Writing for List
going to school and who will stick to I tism and all irregularities of the kidneys A lot of unbroken! Florida ponies for >esirdaj from a month's visit to Ac- I -
and bladder in both men and -wo sale See his fine line of piece \\un h. Ga. -
the business, Is wanted at the Star of- at about J30; per head. Sound, i --- ---

fice. Apply at once. men. Regulates bladder troubles in young and good animals. Can supply goods for summer:cloth- I

children. If not sold by your druggist I almost any number in reason. They I Mrs. E. C. McLeod and Mrs. W S

will be sent by mail of mg, Durst returned Saturday from St. 1'-.
on receipt Jl.
To succeed stop in public place to may be seen at Gibson & Gibson's.Grahamville i WATCHES OF WORTH
One small bottle i is two months' treatment I t t.burg.Ir. .
i .secure the patronage that brings you Fla.
and seldom fails to perfect I Burnett.I
a
cure.
before the public. The Montezuma i Jerry ,.
Dr. E. W. Hall K. after several
sole manufacturer, *>. E. Nelson days I
Hotel Is the place to find it. 1G McKinley of Candler passedthrough i
O. box 629, St. Louis', Mo. Send for Ocala Saturday on his way I II i I I : sii u ki.ess from bilious fever, is agair, In choosing such II constant companion as a watch, one should b. cartful'
testimonials! Sold by all I Tailor. ij-! to attend to business.;!
Do you suffer with asthma or catarrh druggist. home from Pittsburg. Pa. v I I to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch

? Then use Adam's Cure. Price. 1 i I sold.
,'
: Mr L. Bittinger left yesterday.r''
D. M. Boney. the eyesight specialist !
COc.sale by Satisfaction Tydings & Co.guaranteed. For I READ THIS: I will make free examination of your;: FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER Noith; Carolina to visit his family. There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment tf

1 reliable movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our guaf '
yes from now until the pith of Sep- i I
Tryor. Tenn. June 1, 1901. I tember. All work guaranteed. Optical i I'I'I! J. W. Ward. Jr.. of Floral f'it'a:3;
Ben Borden the smiling and oblig- i i
Dr. E. \\. Hall. St at the Montezuma course
ing Ben, is back in the postofflce, Sir: I have suffered several LoUIS Mo-Dear from I I' parlors upstairs in Gary: building. : Old Furniture Made' as Good as I II today. chains to go with the watches-both .t

much benefited by his vacation. years New. Ij I men's and women's. We carry and fully recommend Simmons' watch chainst .
kidney and bladder ; I
trouble and have II I
Two sizes of those famous Nashville I WALL PAPER .
I tried a number of I the best known high quality, gold fined chains ma e. -jf y4i
preparations, but
ranges "The Piincess. have just been All Kinds of and i -
Mr. T. B. Snyder and Miss Nellie I Carpenter's Repair I i
Anderson sailed from Jacksonvilleat can truthfully say that nothing hasproved received. This fine range (and there is Work Done in the Best Style and 'j If you wish i wrk done in the wall PC.I .-I iI i .\

I so effective as your Texas none better) is 25 per cent cheaper 'I I lire let send ... ,
noon for per us
Sunday, New York, on the our man with sam- -
Wonder, at the Lowest PriceC.
which I can truthfully re- than other of Its I A E. BURNETTOCALA
value The
Clyde Line steamer, Arapahoe. commendGen. any range I I pica fur your inspection i
W.
Claiborne Ocala Furniture Company. L. NELSON, Ocala, Fla. 1 .'- DITTO & MALONET.iiuiiiiiilii. r\

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PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1905 ":?

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SEABOARD I' Begin Taking Ozoaiulsioa Today THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

NEVLTJpriglit and Your Cure Begins Today ,
Air Line Railway DEPARTMENTRev. \
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Piano SPECIAL RATES 'limitn. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.If A Healthy Liver MakesA
((2830-Hot Springs, Ark., and return. I

Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays -
A VI ManI
with final limit to October :31. you wish fir&tclass meals, lunches

$239 J30.95-Philadelphia, Pa., and return. .Cod littr Oli tm.nmIta 1. &ali .u.' : eiat all hours, for white or colored, 'j:
Vitalized Medicinal Fd Properties 't
Tickets on sale September 13 If are Very Quickiy Uealizti ": satisfaction guaranteed, delivery or- j

;...'. and 15, limited returning to September I In Brir.gla II.. tlthy Color to thl' <]lt-rs a specialty call at the Magnolia i
Cheeks the Pale '\n't; Sallow I Restaurant. 11 S. Magnolia street. Mrs. |
25, with available extension to' In Producing Strength; to: the Weak to ,
October 5. \ the Fetblf anI the Ir.a'id :M. E. Murray proprietor.
In Toning up the S>ii-m of Convalescents I
OCALA MUSIC CO. Summer Tourist Rates-To mountain ( from Exhaustttg: J "!i5E'S. I' For rorttortable lodging: and good
In Clf'allcjn the Ei.tlrp! S 'sttI:1.
and seashore resorts. i In Nourishing the \Vornott.In I meals call at las Mack House. Terms j

Low rates to the Northwest. I II Roundir.:; Out. the. Tb.!:!. Peakel very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack,
I Faces of Children.In I
JEWELERS. Special rates to Portland, Ore., and : Building up on their Little Bodies ''I proprietress.Willie .
i the Desirable Pink at.ihite Flesh, and :Y TS4S Mia
California points. In Dotting th-'ir ch-*'.= i.!ith th-- Pretty 1 I Richardson has been hired by !
Color and Dimples that make Mothers i 1 I A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERt -
Heart Glad. I the Jack!\pnville baseball team to play:!
I LOW ROUND TRIP RATES OZ03CCLSIOKla ncr: LIVER KSDiCINE KXOWN. Do net fill: your system
I with (hem. and has left Ocala to filll 'f
an Antidote for all liif.-sses Caused by s with! Calomel.! A -ser.c or Quinine. HERBINE is a guaran-
J. R. MARTIN & CO.GENERAL .FROM OCALA VIA .1| Exposure to Cold and Wet. I, his new position.A. teed CLe for s'i diseases r reduced by a TORPID LIVER -

ATLANTIC COAST LINE! To prove Its Slcdldcal: Food Merrls a. : and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leaving

Trial Bottle Free by Mail ,Walker, the won champion any of tha de3.dy:: effects cf many drugs used for that

.$23.75-Richmond, Va., and Return- i Win be sent on request.: Wrue by letter shaver and hair cutter has opened a I" plI" QS: On bottle' purchased tcday may save you froma
ar pc.-n.ti nard tn lather shop in Fred Powers' blocK. sick: spell tcmcrrcw. Quickly cures: Biliousness, Con-
LIVERYMEN Tickets sold September 10. 11 and II I I Ozomulsion! Co.,98 Pine St.,New: York. Ty his keen razors, hair clippers and \ stipation Dyspepsia, Halaria, Chills, and all Liver
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12, limited to return to September Ill flrl.li.lsts-T"Q: IiIZ>- .--5Gc. and $1.00. s. !cs'rs and be convinced of his super- Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical pro-
25. Side trips will also be sold from I f
--- -- essicn ge erall1.
i-ir skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. P..1-1
Richmond to all points south, at rate !
/'ji's and concaved in good shape. I A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDO2SEMENT
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps of one fare, plus 25 cents, for the

Drummers Saddle Horses etc. round trip. i LAZY LIVES"I Tlit i ulured physicians of Ocala are I :

Carryalls $30.95-Philadelphia, Pa., and Return. kt t.t IiUy. Quite a number of pt-ople ;; Dr. A. J. Har.nah, a leading! physician: : of Urn atilla,
Fla., sa 5: "I have beea us: Herbine in
Tickets sold September 13. 14 and .". sick.i'ill I ) \g my-prac
I tice! ad am well pleased! with the results. I always
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES 15, via all rail and for steamer sailIng find Cascarets so IBM!: that I would not be it
ard think medicine
ktip soT.e on hand a grand
without them. I was trom ui a sr v deal with ]1 ;.t the New Drugstore for your
September 13, at 5 p. m., and torpid liver and ba 16th at 6 p. m., via Savannah and nd> Cathartic I fe*. ''Tyumen better (1'1"- !ical supplies. -

Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses M. & M. T. Co Final limit, September -, I aithobe ball certainly tmedrm..1: rerommend I na> "ti".-r--r.II. t<> "my friends You cannot follow. God and ehnsr Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes

Lana Bazmet.Oaoorn ilili No. :, fail Emr Mass.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. 30. but extension may be obtained i'u'! 'ievil at the same time. They are Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
5 of
until October by payment fee -'..>.;.? in opposite directions.The i
of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia. nesT br I
St. U. S. A.
If- Louis,
J. R. MARTIN & CO. I $31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. The oweI5I Bee Hive Is the place to get i i :

I .\.it'hes. clocks and jewelry repaired. '\
$34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. ) U
.. j:i- jewelry made to order. Dry i .,' fn
I $42.10-Washington, D. C. Ticketsets :.... !Is. glassware, etc., at special pric- I ?
sold daily good until October 31. : CAThARTIC SOLD RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIatS.
<. S S. Bellamp superintendent. No. i i1. j .-

LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This 51.15 Chicago, III-Tickets on sale{ I :: .'". West Broadway. I .- -- -

daily good until October 31. 1,
coupon entitles the holorer: to two votes that can be cast for any Institution : Kverything on the blrgain counters 1 Il !
$34.75-Eldoraao, Mo. Tickets sold on
competing for tfee library. when properly filled out. signed and returned Pleasant.Palatable Potent.Tat(-6.od.Da Rood. ..1'1 ''hi- Bazar is flrstclass in every re- ,
: first and third Tuesdays of August II ] Never btcen., Weaken or ini.". 10. 55k..Ntvertold ATLANTIC. COAST LINETHROUGH
to the ballot boxes in any of the stores participating. I II I and final in bulk. The gennini' tat Vt.. tamped C C C. ,rl i"'c-t hut cheap as dirt. I
I September, limit sixty daysfrom ; Guaranteed 10 care or your n. } back. I
I I
Name of Institution............... ...... .......... ......... date of sale not later than October -i Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Eoi ; Call at the Dig Oak Tree market onVst j
31. j ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXESAre \ Broadway: for your choice beef |

Name of Voter...... ............ .... .. .. ................. $85.90-Portland, Oregon Seattle, I| i it pork, sausage fish, etc. Vegetables in j CAR----LINE FROM FLORIDA

Washington Tacom., Washington } season. Satisfaction guaranteed. j
II interested ? !i
I you in pnotngraphy
EVENING 51 AR. CONNTIONS10
Bellingham Washington Everett, Jones and Thomas managers.Miss I -
I Do you enjoy tho: many pleasures that
j I Washington Victoria B. C.. VanCouver -! i II I Beanie Jordan of Cantos is in I TH E EAST Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond
B. C. via direct route, j come from the use of a little kodak? j '
-- .. Going any town under .medical "treatment All Rail and Washington. thence via PennsylvaniaTJy._
returning via same or any other di- j II Let us do your developing and println I i I -

rect route. Tickets on sale daily to i for you. We will do it reasonably | The district: conference at Reddlck 0 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) apd Louisville & Nashville and- lxle

September 30. inclusive. I I I Flyer route via Atlanta.
was quite a success.Give
much less than you have been pay- j

I $86.20-To San F'ranctsco-and Los ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester, i the Marion House a call. 10 TH E EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphia
Half MillionSATISFIED Angeles California. Tickets! on sal
Over a I 84 Wenona street or Ocala News Com First class board, lodging. etc., at living and'Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington
at intervals in months of July, August
I pany. Vii and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
rates. Mrs. Saral Gowens
pro-
and
September. I I III prietor. Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadel

CUSTOMERSDo Tickets on Sale Dally, Good to Return II Lowney's: Candies, received fresh l-y I II Steamship phia. '

October 31 express, at Taylor's. The revival at Covenant Baptist
you think such an enormous business could be built up and : I church awakened much interest. I KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pernnsurar ana Occidental Steamship Co.
continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? $51.31-Asbury Park, N. J. I Route of tne celebrated trains. New York _nd Florida Special Florida

Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. Robert T* Barco of Lake City is in | and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
for what wasn't firmly established? I CHEAP RATS
reputation doing exactly we say
$52.55-Chauta..qua. N. Y. I II
under the of the
Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign-Ambassadors, Bankers, Business town. care Ith 'sidans.1.Bea.r j. Quickest schedules superior service. For Information: as to rates schedi .

and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using I I $62.20-Halifax, N. S. I to I les, etc., consult the purple: folder, or communicate with J. S. Hartsell. D. P
WHISKEY if it wasn't all ? this In mind: You can have
HAYNER right I! $42.35-Hot Springs, Va- A.. Tampa; W. .1. Craig O. P. A.; H. M. Emerson T. M.. Wilmington. C.
Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if itwasn't I' your clippers ground at L. Green'sbarber I
and unadulterated? $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Y. I CALIFGRNiltand -
absolutely pure shop on his lightning clipper .
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. I $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Satisfaction guaranteed. L. I'I'rndEr.
i I II
Your money back if you are not satisfied. I Summer Tourist Rates are on sale theI4GRTH
United States Senate,Washington, D.C. to all Summer Resorts. I

.'1 have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." I For further information call upon I WEST! IKm't forget the K. of P. E'ntertainI I I VIE ARE OPENING Up. f..

H'i. M. Stmart.U. or write to int-m at Odd Fellows Hall ttis even-
S. Senator from Nevada. I
I J. C. Maughs. F. J. Huber mg-.

C. T. A., D .T. A. 1----1 I II A NEW OnTORY[ 1 IN ARKANSAS

Ocala, Florida. : Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen
HAYNER WHISKEYA J. S. Hartsell, D. P. A., Tampa Fla. Nashville! Chattanooga & St. Louis Years of Suffering"I THE WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA

I I Railway I

i had been troubled with lame: back i GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Arrival and Departure of Trains atI $44.70-San Francisco Los Angeles, '
for fifteen and I found a com-
FULL $ .20!! EXPRESS I I OcalaSEABOARD I Denver, Prescott Salt Lake City. i| plate let-ovary years in the use of Chanlber-I Low' rate tickets (round trip) are noon sale via the IRON

h.in's Pain: B.iln." John G. Eisher, MOUNTAIN IlOUTi: to points in AUKANSAS. TEXAS. OKLAHOMA -
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AIR LINE $49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Mis- |t says
-r QUARTS ) PREPAIDOUR j saula, and Intermediate Points. Gillam Ind. This liniment is also with- and 1XDLVN TERRITORY: the fln-i: and third Tuesdays offa
Schedule in Effect April 16 I II
out an equal for sprains and bruises. .
SOUTHBOUND $55.10.Portland!, Seatt'e! Tacoma, Van. h month up to and including December. HOAItfSKEiCERH'titkft :
i iI
I For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. .
flFFFR We will send you in a plain sealed case. with no Leave-1:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. I couver and Points in British Colum- !< will also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA, COLORADO -
marks to show comcntSi pouR FULL QUART i I
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J3.20. and we Arrive from Jacksonville p. m., bia. SHERIFF'S SALE I IDAHO, MONTANA, NEVADA NEW MEXICO and UTAH.

will pay the express charges. Take it bone and sample it.have your doctor i and 2 a. m. I DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tif- Under and by virtue of an execution I
test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if yon don't find it just as we say NORTHBOUND KSFECLVLLY: LOW HATES TO DENVER and return August
and perfectly -.atisfactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your I I ton, lacc.ll.tl.lIIta, Chattanooga.Nashville issued out of and under the seal of the J
!3.20 will be promptly refunded How could any offer be fairer? You ; Arrive from Tampa-1 p. m., and 2 I and St. Louis. ]!| circuit court in and for Marion county, i 29 t<> September, 3, Inclusive, account National Encampment G.

don't risk a cent. JIA'i4 a. m. Florida, dated August 20th 1903-in:; a ; A. R.
;;:i: Leave-2:20 m., and 2:05 a. m. I TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and I Ii ;
Orders for Ariz.,Cat.,Cot, Idaho.Mont..Nev..N.Me.Ore..Utah.Wash., .. p. 'certain! cause wherein Frank Crawford ,
or Wyo., must be on the bar I*..00 by KiiU'Css I're- I I i I evening. Through sWners on night I COLONIST RATES to CALIFORNIA OREGON, WASHINGTON -
paid cr ::U quart! for I S13.2O! by freight i'rrpatd. ,. _.. _) ; ATLANTIC COAST LINE I I and D. A. Miller are plaintiffs and I
!i trains for St. Louis: and Chicago. and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
George W. Griffin is defendant, I have
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. | Northbound
Tickets on sale Sei>teiiiber 15;) to Oc- lvi'd on and will. on Wr'.te me if you want reliable Information. Free' literature

THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY -J =.. tL ; and Xo.Tampa 78. from arrives St. Petersburg 12:40 p. ,m.Lakeland; leaves tober 31, iiiulusive. Monday, October 2, 1905, mailed on requestMissouri .
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1 for Jacksonville. -- ---
Atlanta, Ga. 0. St. Louis, Mo .St. PaulMinn. : p. m. -
Dayton during the legal hours of sale, offer Pacific Ry.Inn T. E. REHLANDER,

403 DISTIIXEET. Tao!. 0. ESTABLISHED IsOo. Southbound I I for sale at the court house door in j Mountain Route.
Xo. 3S\ from Jacksonville, arrives II
TH I Ii Ocala, Florida and sell to the highest :
_n ___ __ _______ 2:35: p. rr ; leaves 2:55 p. m. h Texas & Pacific: Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent,
and best bidder for cash. the following -
S. S. 0. & G. i
International & Grt. Northern.
real estate property, in Marion I
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m. for Homo- I
Bounty, Florida. to-wit: An undivided Denver & Rio Grande R. R.r CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
sassa. !
out-third interest of the defendant
Xo. 45, leaves 10:05 a. m., for Juli
I George W. Griffin in and to lot 1302:
ette Archer Lake City and points
RestaiwanI. II .. .
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north. I in the town of Dunnellon Marion county -I

Xo. 47 leaves 3 p. m.. for Homosassa.: I Florida. j --
Inverness and points south. I j Sold to satisfy said execution and |: -

Xo. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m., from Ho-I I The Great Eastern costs. Henry Gordon, I "

mosassa.No. 46 arrives 12:20 p. m., from Inverness I j and Western Line 'I Sheriff Marion County, ;Florida. I BEYOND THE ROCKIES


.: :.v First Class Meals No. 43, Juliette arrives and 6 p. points m., from south.Homo- II Across the Entire States oi) | NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I I

sassa Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining BEAUTIFUL WOMEN I TEXAS HM ItlSIjllHXO Notice ter 4SS3 is hereby Laws given of Florida.that L. C. Grif- THE: PORTLAND FAIR

nn. purchaser of tax certificate Xo.

Room open until midnight. Personal Plump cheeks flushed with the soft TROUBLE TO A.N-u KIl: QUKsllUS j. :2742.! :! dated the 3rd .day of October A. .

glow of health and a pure complexion. i i D.. 11-98. has filed said certificate in I DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?
attention given to special orders, anythingthe make all women beautiful. Take a Direct Line to my office ahd has made application for

market offers prepared for the table on small dose of Herbine after each meal; NORTH TEXAS tax deed to issue in accordance with I

short notice. it will prevent constipation and help 'I II law. Said certificate embraces the following Not only the Pacific Northwest revolving about a wonderfully -

digest v.hat you have eaten. Mrs. Wm.M. NEW! MhXICOand!: described property situated in I I
and bizarre with Californiaan
unique exposition a trip to
Iiirnb'aiter Connects With Bar Stroud Midlothian. Tex., writes Marion county. Florida, to-wit: E iof I ,

may 31, 1901: ARiZONf'\ nw%. sec 12 tp 17, r 22. The said I the sre, but a stop-over in Colorado en route. All these

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. "We have used Herbine in our family land being assessed at the date of tyeissuance I'I noted sections of the country, which every good American in-

for eight and found it the I : of such certificate in the name
:years
CALIFORNIA I i sends to visit some time, can be taken in this year at the one
Special Price to Regular Boarders best medicine we ever used for constipation of Harris and Sanders. Unless said

bilious fever and malaria." WrflTK fOr. Xb'A DuoK"* TEXAS. FEFB! I certificate shall be redeemed accord- ,j I low rate announced for the Exposition.

Soil by all druggists. jag to law tax deed will issue thereonon

THE uAniUunAEl, & SON GO I E. P. TURNER the 20th day of September A. D. GC

At McGrath'sSt.nd LOUISVILLE ft-NASHVILLE R. R. I I General Passenger Agent I 1905.Witness my official signature and 't Gen. I'ass. J\st., Dist. Pass. Agt.,

I seal this the 18th A. D.
1 DALLAS. TEXAS day of August.
Very Low Rats Round Trip Summer Little Rock Ark Atlanta, Ga.
1905. ,
__ S. T. Sistrunk,
. Tourist TicketsOn I

........... ..................................... . sale daily to various resorts North "TIo'F. OP APPLICATION FQR I, Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. -- -- ---- -- .

\ A New Departure J I and West limited to October 31 to return Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-' In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -

i N : Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar : including CHICAGO. MTLWAP- ter hSI<, Laws of Florida. Circuit of the state of Florida.in THE SHORT LINETO

\Js curd all Coughs: and assists in expelling KEE. MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, and for Marion County.-In Chan-

Colds from the system: by gently moving DENVER COLORADO SPRINGS and Notice is hereby given that L. J. Ow- t cery.i CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWESTVia

i I A"'r"11 the bowels. Contains opiate, is perfectly : PUEBLO. oiis. purchaser of tax certificate :N ..i Samuel: P. Johnson Complainant vs.

_J ", JJ.7.1 I" children harmless tastes good.an ideal remedy for s Extrem('y Low Rates to Portland, Ore. 11"I 5. dated the

I I A. D. 1S95.! has filed said certificate in Defendants.It .

)f ., The Original : Account: :Lewis also &to Clark SAN Centennial FRANCISCOand Exposition my office and has made application for I is hereby ordered that the defendants JgO PAOIFIOawl !

,J.r.: .. Kennedy's: Laxative: Honey and Tar cuts LOS ANGELES. | tax deed to issue in accordance with i herein named. Eliza A. Tay-

;,. '- the j'h egm,draws out infianimation, ONLY LINE through I law. Said certificate embraces the I ler and M. E. Taylor, be and they areS
operating
t. '- ,,,.,1:;' relieves the feverish conditions, removes sleepers from following described propel ty situated hereby required to appear to the bill conntvtions with through sleeping car. One-Way Col.
Florida to Chicago.
TIte; ; \ : .It the cause of the Onugh. and strengthensthe ; : in Marion (county Fla., to-wit: Swi I jef complaint in the above emitted "
lungs and bronchial tubes.Laxative ONLY LINE operating through i onist Hates: on sale from September 15 to October 31, 1905,
5. 15, 23, The
i r I of sw 4. see tp s. r e. cause on or before Monday, the thI
j sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with
91 : I JOINING CAR SERVICE I' pai-1 land being assessed at the date of I I day of November A. D. 1905. to California. Oregon. Washington. Montana, Utah, etc.
: I the issuance of such certificate in the I It is further ordered that of
t The first dose will relieve Croup, check Through Tourist a copy
Sleepers to California and
the Lewis
j Kates to California and
Y and rest and of parties unknown. Unless this order be published week Special Kound-trip
t HON the Cough, produce quiet ti j FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS fame I once a
refreshing sleep. Look for the Honey Bee : i 1 !',d.l '-c-rtificate shaH be redeemed ac- for eight consecutive weeks in the Clark Exposition at Portland. Oregon until September 28th.
oJ and Red Clover Blossom on bottle. { Finest Dining war ocrttce: in the South .. .. '
every !i ( .rHngt. law tax deed will fceue: Ocala Star.
i Put up in 2Gc, tOe and Sl.OO Bottles at + ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N. thereon on the 10th day Of October A. Done this the 5th day of September, Ar-k through! rate from your tation and secure literature
the laboratory of E. C. DeWitt &; Co., I'
t For rates and schedules to any ;oint D. %a. A. D. 195. S. T. Sistrunk. Information CheerfulhGin
TdA Chicago. U.S.: A.Coiiijh. n.
f Syrup : North or West. and for Pullman re- Witness my official signature andseal Clerk Circuit Court.

......................, .................................................... . ........ servations call on or write George E. this. the 7th- day of September. A. By Mable Godson. D. C. G. W. ELY, T. P. A. J. P. VANKKXS ELAFB. Gen'l Agt
Herring, Fla. Pass. Agt. L. A N. Po.. R. D. 190;> S. T. Sistrunfc Hocker & Duval,

.Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla 206" W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. niriataani3! Solicitors. 13 Peachtree: Street., Atlanta, Ga.

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