The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Volume H Number 86. OCALA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER J9, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea .

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I Fresh Good'sl II i - f' 'Phone. 150HERMITAGE ,
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COMING IN EVERY DAY.i .v v Lady's Dressing Chamber I I F.

\ Built at Point A\d. J GkPp54 (Government Acts When Comfort -
i Sparrows &nowhlte
\i should be equipped with a dainty, one-piece

; Among thoM Received Today Are: for Use in the_Philippines.TO l tandatdr Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. of Public is Embarassed. For Your

Queen Olives Celery Relt consider ,' -
Have you ever stopped to

: m,,': ish, Sweet Mixed Pickles, I BE TOWED 14000( MILESCost how delightfully convenient it would ( A SOCIALISTIC FORMULA Pure Milk\ and Cream ,

? Stuffed Mangoes and Sour $12;.GOO, and Is Considered a be to have hot and cold running water .
.. I If Necessary Troops Do the Work of !
'. Good Investment-Can Lift 20,000 r 'r in dressing chamber, sleeping r
< Gherkins in Bulk. ;' JOur the Strikers-Labor Leaders if I Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
Tons-Five for ?
Months Required Il or first-floor toilet room? .
apartment Caught Strike Can Be
: Urging rand
., Give our order man a far Trip-Largest Ever Constructed. r Its presence would afford you the highest Arrested on the Charge of I Guaranteed. >
Quality Purity
There Are Rivets.
> with your next order and let 4L' o degree of comfort. Conspiracy. I .;

us fill it. Remember these The largest floating steel dry dockin 1 We will: gUdly quote you prices. ; While tne Commonwealth of Aus '!

the world is Hearing completion at I ; 1 Our plumbers are strictly competent i tralia has met with indifferent success -

are all Heinz Goods and : the plant of the Maryland Steel Co., I '"r' ? mechanics, honest and reliable. in attempting to make strikes im-
possible through enforced arbitration,
Fresh. I at Sparrows Point, :Md. It is being ) BARGAIN TIME
It is worth
I l r i it while to observe a politico-
built for the United! States government economic
PROMPT DELIVERY AND POLITE I paradox in Italy-the appli- .,
and when finished will be cation of a Socialistic formula by a

ATTENTION I towed H,%/ miles to the Philippines, i constitutional monarchy with the -

where it will furnish much-needed I ., 'same end in view. 7-TT
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. \ The Socialistic principle that public I
docking lities.lor American warships
I rights should never be infringed or
t on the Asiatic station says thei I I Ii menaced or trespassed upon by individual j The Ocala Steam
DO YOU WANT Itruoklyn Eagle. I claims or by the claims of an ,
At the present time the navy has i I aggregation of individuals has repeat. .
practically no docking accommodations i edly been used by successive Governments '
whatever in the Philippines.The I I II in the peninsula to render

Spaniards paid no attention to AND R. R. ACCOUNTING I naught what might otherwise have
i I the samples cut frpm Red Cross been achieved by strikes. Whether it
this important detail. They con-
r I structed a couple of runways into the I i JSO;; to $;;OO a month salary assur- sanitary mattresses at Mclver: & Mac- i be desirable or not for a Government SEE OUR RED LIST ::
Kay's. These mattresses are made to intervene and strike
1'03I I I I II prevent a
I wattr at Civile on which it was i ed our graduates under bond. Our six I
small craft of few i from the finest cotton, are In two which might cause inconvenience or
Mble to haul a j
1I up j
schools the In America and --
II largest endorsed '
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i iI hundred tons displacement. These styles, "Perfection, and "Tufted, I suffering to large disinterested bodies
I: makeshift: facilities have been utilized I l 1.y all railroads. Write for cat I and both covered with pretty art tick of citizens, and possibly bloodshed, is "

by our government in docking torpedo I alogue. More School of Telegraphy) ing. The mattresses are warranted J beyond the question. As a matter of "

i beats, but when it becomes necessary : Cincinnati 0., Buffalo, N. Y., AUanta.\\ never to get hard or lumpy. The prices [ fact, the Italian Government intervenes

to put a cruiser or a battleship into i I Ca., I a:: Crosse, WIs., Texa are $14 and $15 for the two styles. !: and has prepared itself by 1\ VV

Jj dock for repairs painting or cleaning, San Tiarcisco. Cal.ALWAYS Tnere is nothing: ; tfttter made and...every -I legislation so to intervene whenever '!
the unit offers. The method j I PROTECT YOUR BOOKS !
it must be sent to the ports of Chinaor mattress Is fully gvaranteeJ.j pw

t Japan. Excellent docks are maintained SUCCESSFUL .I of procedureisvery.simple.. '!
Do You Want To at Hongkong and Nagasaki.The I,| DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON >i Last Summer when the la 'or.J.ead-i i house They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
i exposed to dust and damage I Of
I ers who inaugurated the shippTitijH -- course you
floating steel dock is the When Indigestion becomes chronic j I strike i! 'can't help it. if your bookcase is fUll and of the old
tell Rent or Buy j cheapest cf all ship basins. It would it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Foley & Co., Chicago originated I at Marseilles attempted to i style solid constractton-(petter get rid of such a case

have cost the government about ?!,- \\m cure indigestion and all troubles Ilcney and Tar as a throat and lung bring about a sympathetic strike in I or start a new one that w ilT Uai, qcomjnodate your

a House, Store, 00,000; tc construct a modern stoneor resulting therefrom, thus preventing i remedy and on account of the great ) Genoa, they were informed by the I books without being either too large or too srnalKflne:

i concrete dock in the Philippines.The I Catarrh of the Stomach. Dr. New- merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- 'i leaders in the latter city that such that grows with your library and always fits it The"Elastic" _

Lot, or Farm?;; Heating! affair that is now being trough of League, W. Va., says: "To, ey and Tar many Imitations are offer- j action would cause their arrest on the I
I of
..' I flnishe-l kill cost only $l-tOOO: jet it those suffering from Indigestion or j ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's charge conspiracy. The principleapplied 91"b c \' rU ickc
here was that, although the
Do You Want to will answer all the purposes of the I sour stomach I would say there is no Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute I 1
Government the of
best and most expensive granite dOCK better remedy than Kodol DyspepsiaCure. offered, as no other preparation right BookCaseis
the individual to dispose of his laboras
Insure Life I It is a mammoth structure, with a I have prescribed it for a number will give the same satisfaction. h
he see fit, a united body ofindividuals
I lifting capacity of 20,000 tons. A comparison of my patients with good success." I It i3 mildly laxative. .It contains no may the original and only up-to-date sectional book-case

Limb or Property? ol its power with similar Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what. cpiites and is safest for children and I attempting to dispose of : and is made by the largest manufacturers of such goods
their labor in such a manner as to be :. in
the world. It's
I furnished in
docks shows that it is the kins: 01 you eat and makes the stomach sweet. i aeiuate persdnsr Sold by the Post-I i I I a variety of grades sizes
I come a public menace constitutes a t_
THEN LOSE NO them all. The next largest docK m I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore I i office Drugstore Ocala, FJa. conspiracy.In Ii i: and prices, adapted to
i I I. any all require
the world is that at New Orleans I :I .
TIME IN SEhING I which has a lifting capacity of 17,000 I II I other industries and even in professions !i ments. It's a system of
I 1 I the Government is enabledto I c units each unit fitted
I tons. It was built for the naval station ,
!j H. ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant I act more directly. In the Northern, with the perfection-
DITTO & MALONEYYEIHf at that place, because the rapid Manager. railways operated by the State, theemployes 'I proof roller bearing

II currents of the Mississippi render the I S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. I are all members of the door. But we'll/ be glad

construction of a graving dock im ,, to show them if you call,
For I practicable. The Spanish government I army. Their grievances, when they or will send illustrated
have them, be presented through
purchased a floating dock a few I may I -; catalogue on requesL
WATCHESAnd proper official channels. A small number -
I' years before the war of 1898, and} ,
COMMERCIAL BANK of railway employes attemptingto Jt
when peace was declared the structure
enforce their demands by strik
REPAIRSGO I was in the harbor of Havana. Our
I ing would be regarded as deserters
government generously paid to Spain
I I from the army and dealt with accord.
TO the gum of $105,000 for the dock, and OCALA, FLORIDA. .
II I ingly. A large number of strikers
it i? now being used at Pensacola.The s/ i
would he held accountable as "muti
F' G. B. WEIHE I. new dock is 500 feet long with "
I neers. If martial law were to be pro- ,
a width of 100 feet between the fend ,
Your Business with will I IBurglary claimed throughout the district where
The Jeweler. I ers. It bas a freeboard of 11 feet, us Prdtect you Against 'these "desertions" and "mutinies"were
with 20 fret of water above the keel
Fire and Careless of Funds. taking place, the Leaders of them
blocks It contains 11,000 tons of Handling
.1 would be liable to be punished for
steel and has 2,000,000 rivets. It will! .., I I
the crime of high treason.In .
1 120 tons of red lead and lin&eeJ !
require -
Perfection! BY
CanopiesSPBING' i i the Southern railways, which, al- SOLD
Gil to the dock. The sideways I
paint INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS I though subsidized by the Government
are 42 feet high and have a
I, are not yet operated by it, the em-
thickness of 11 feet. This monster i fcI Vel' and MacKay\
ployes are reservists, who may at any ,
flructure draws f feet ol
only y .1 time be called into the service of the _
water.. AHA
The dock is very simply ouilt. It I
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consists of three metal !II
pontoons or
removed from the Government di-j'
I tanks, with two side walls. The center rection or supervision, the State may HOUSEHOLD FURllSHINGScCALA.
A Pleasant Homelike House
t '-: 1 one is 220:! feet long, and the end ,, r, ,- ; I employ another method so that public URNITUftE )ND \
I tanks: measure 90 feet each in leigth- be I
Rooms and the welfare may not made to suffer
m Elegant Airy
t These pontoons are constructed on I 1"ww Y i on account of differences between the

the principle of a huge sponge. There Choicest Table Board. employer and the employed. A few I : F'1-cRIIA.

are 21 cells in the middle tank, and : very years ago there was a strike on the I

18 In each of the others. But lines of Rome. At another
I Rates Summer street car
in-I Special in to' I
stead cf cells they are called
time the bakers struck. In each case, .
ELI rAr *PACKAGEj tight ccmpartments. From these divisions : I as the parties most directly interested \ -
small pipes! run out, leading Iwit'l i Weekly and Monthly Board i I
t' declined to allow the Government to I 4 a -
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a general waterway. They are ers. arbitrate the Government installed Is Your Bathroom Modern ? G 4

wood bean. or children's cribs. Most all connected with an electrical pump- I troops as conductors, drivers, and G1 p

durable sanitary jid time saving. 'We I 5ng plant, located on one of the side jwails j a.,. .r.. .:.. -- t MRS. HATCHELL, bakers, so that the public should not 'I You cannot have too many safeguards for the health IGRP'Sb

are headquarters for everything in I I! suffer or even be inconvenienced while'' of family and self especially the growing .
-- I The pumping system consists of .,_ '. !.. Proprietress. 'i employer and employes fought out 1 children.Bad
.. beds of bed fittings, from the canopyto tLrce: 24 horizontal, centrifugal ', I or antique plumbing _
i their differences in their own manner. *
the springs. Our prices are al.vays I When it :s desired to submerge the OCALA FLORIDA In the same way the army furnished '| is; as dangerous to the

tight docK in order to receive a vessel, the I,, skilled pressmen and compositors ..4. ', health as good or modern
calves into the water 4 plumbing beneficial.
leading tight when there was a strike on several

McIVER & MacKAYi compartments are opened. In rushes Roman papers two years ago. The cost of renewing your

the water and the pontoons gradually WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF, A more interesting problem presented -I bathroom Koch "Ste>tdai(

I sink. When the required depth itself in 1875, when the PhYSi- Ware will in reality be

has been attained the ship is placed1' clans and attendants in the Roman I health assurance. e

i in the proper position over the keet | hospitals threatened to go on strike j

Y 1.1.1'es. Blocks and supports are adjusted I HARDWARE I! Here was a case that demanded We have samples in

V and then the pumps are set to !: prompt action so that the public i i + -" SA" .our show rooms and will

I wort to expel the water from th. I j charges in the hospitals should not''i -4-Y-s-- -v-r .hdl Y mote ) 3U prices.

steel tanks. An electrical device ind'-' !' suffer. On the morning of the very '

I I eater whether the water is being J! Stoves, Heaters, Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing day that the strike was to take place i i R. E. YONGE & CO.IfYouNeecl :

I camped out fast enough and evenly I I every physician received a messenger :

-o that there will be no danger of I from the War Office bearing him a

: straining the vessel by lifting one end Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies. commission as Lieutenant, Captain. or t,

1 of t'.e: dock higher than the other. I ;, Major, "detailed to the hospital of .

1r i, A floating dock will automatically Doors Blinds and Glass and Garden of all Kinds : Rome." A General officer placed him :
Sash< Farming Implements
/r : lift a load equal to its own diSPI:1"e.1: self at the elbow of each hospital

t A I| meat, less its weight If it V/ director, and orders to the medical ,
to lift the vessel hih: enough from : and surgical staff were issued in army :

I!: the water caisson gates are resorted fashion. A strike in these circumstances -'

.. ., c_...... I to. These are inserted at either end would have caused every phy- Money
I of the (dock forming practically a Eifaan or surgeon taking part in 'it 'i ,
I graving dock. The water in the basinis to be tried by court martial on the
A Clever GoipiercialTraveler i (pumped out and everything is clear !Yi&iL charge of "desertion. Should proclamation c4v Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP
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for the workman to in pert the hot- of martial law hate been !iii,
iff d You can get the most liberal loans on your Diamonds
ton and sides of the craft During a deemed necessary by the Government j I :J
% Watches, jewelry, Furniture Tools and all
series of tests that were made sometime :: ', the "deserters" would then have been II' .1
Knows the value of a swell rig \\he n fI : Kinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED .
I Ij Ij
since to determine the rapidity I ,, treated as "traitors. ..I I Ii.r
calling on his patrons, and If he ho with which a vessel could be docked r I j The remarkable Socialistic demon-j ;'I";' PLEDGES FOR SAL_

been in Ocala before he Knows the; and refloated a 5.000 ton cruiser was strations throughout Northern Italy ':' L.- i1 All Business Strictly Confidential

the place to secure one with goo d lifted clear of the water and again !1 that occurred last Autumn owed its -' ._ l M. RUBIN, Proprietor.

driver handsome buggy, or carryal 11 i, returned to the water, all in !! short duration and ludicrous ending
a period "
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h is "" .. North Magnolia 131.. Ocala, Florida
with plenty of room to stow away of 35 minutes. i to the fact that the Government 14 ,

ample cases, and well groomed w ell One of tie great advantages of a | according to the above illustrations, I I

fed horses, fine as silk, can always be: floating deck over the graving type is 1 prepared to employ energetic measures -

ti procured here at low prl! es. We wi;i 11 the fact that it can be dismemberedanr in every department of industry : 'V

jive you good service at low cost. removed from place to place. HAY TEDDERS in which a strike was taking place I LJJMB.eRROUGH

f For instance, If this country were to In this way successive Governments 'I
have the
become involved in a war and theuvy in Italy protected public welfare -

i : : was unable to protect the south Hay Presses, Mowers, Rakes, Knife and Tool Grinder i and maintained public peace, and I .

j coast the lock at Pensacola could be I the only objection that the Social ..' OR DRESSE0
L.ALEXANDEJPractical )f : towed to a safe port in the north A Complete Stock of Repairs for sloth ists can find to a method which, ac-
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I' Every section of the structure is self '\DEERING> AND: McCOR/VUCK" cording to their own dictum places See or Phone
sustaining! in the water. Consequently I'tbe rights of the public above those

one part aft another can bo i Machines and Implements. of the individual, is that such a meth-

CARPENTER AND BUILDER I taken off, docked on the remaining od Is "exercised with undue harsh- SEYMOUR

pans, cleaned, overhauled and replaced r' ness" This, at any rate, is the drift i B. H.

Careful estimates made on all contra et so that in a few days the ;MARION HARDWARE GOMPANV of their interpellations in the Chamber i I

work. Gives more and better wo rk whole can be painted, repaired and of Deputies after each succeeding Ocala Fla

for the money than any other, In towS n. put into first-class shape. 1 SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFf i Etrike.-New York Mail I PHONE NO., 25. ', '

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Bclleview did herself proud !In the Spencer and Smith the dealers in .,

C. L. BITTINGER & CO. temperance rally and picnic of Satur- .automobiles and gas engines, will soon HERBERT A. FORD, President --

day. The members of her W. C. T. U., I be doing business under their own ivine I GEO. H. FORD, Vice PresidentF. ,
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll BANKERSI and persimmon tree. The firm has.
some thirty in number asked the temperance WATSON, Cashier.

Publishers. leaders to visit them, saying j closed a contract with Mrs. Dorothy!
Proprietors and
the people of that section would hear Edwards owner of the Ocala House j

I Brethren Cam I block. to erect for them under a twen- I
C. L BITTINGER, them gladly. course ,
and Moore could do no less than com- ,Ocala Florida I ty years lease, a substantial iron buiidj!j I

Editor and General Manager ply. Several hundred persons met and ing on the northeastern corner of the: CENTRAL NATIONA.L BANK

gave them a cordial reception. The block facing Oklawaha avenue and i

R. R. CARROLL, meeting took place in the pretty town next to the depot It will be 4Sx70 fE-Et.1: <

City Editor and Business Manager hall, the stage of which was prettily one story high with concrete ai.d cement -

decorated for the occasion. Rev. Mr. LOANS. DEPOSITS. tloor. The building will be well OF OCALA.
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Sullivan gracefully and effectively pre- located, convenient and practically fire
RIGHTS proof. In it will be located the firm's
SLEEPING ON THEIR sided. Mrs. Shedd was organist and -

the W. C. T. U. choir sang delightfully.Rev. fifty horsepower gas and electric light j. K. CHRISTIAN; R. L. ANDERSON

Ocala merchants have enjoyed for a L. W. Moore made the first ad- ACCOMMODATION plant the machinery for which will be
. numb of years the reputation of beIng dress. The reverend gentleman did here in a few weeks. '
the best, most up-to-date and persistent not have any new facts, but he did The building will be constructed in "

;'-j ,. advertisers in this part of the have some new curves attached to his the next few weeks. I S. HALL.

:(' _- :; country. While this is true of them as line of approach and marshalled his -
'-: i a whole there are a few exceptions; forces in away that brought him the I THREE JURORS CUREDOf I

: :;, and those exceptions should wake up CHINA AWAKENING.
hearty applause of his hearers and a .
. and take advantage of the agency I vote of thanks on the spot-an unprecedented FULLER & BLALOCK Cholera Morbus With One Small r I

which has brought success to every honor. Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Signs of Impending Activity in Her I

firm that has tried persistent ad- lie told the experience of the Israelite DENTAL SURGEONS and Diarrhoea Remedy Vast Population.Out .

vertisir.g. In this day, advertising i is: clothing merchant in Gainesville,, Mr G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala., r of over eleven hundred new I '"

ac: much a part and necessity of a who thought prohibition would) ruin Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bani relates an experience he had while I j .works in Chinese that have been issued '.. ,'-

mercantile business as the stock or him, but found his business FO much J serving on a petit jury in a murder j" I I
I. to date native
fixtures, and the merchant who neglects improved by it that when the wet or OCALA, FLA. case at Edwardsville! county seat of i up by publishing .

a proper use of the newspapers ( dry election was held in Bradford Clebourne county Alabama. He says: ; houses one hundred and twenty, or ...

of his town and county is not pushinghis county he went to Starke to work for "While there I ate some fresh meat more than 10 per cent are on the art

trade or making the most of his I the dry side which won; and now Ed- Terms, Cash. i and some souse' meat and it gave me I of war. Those on other subjects I

opportunities. He may succeed with- itor 'Gene Mathews of the Starke Telegraph I cholera mnrbus in a very severe form. '. wholly foreign to Confucianism and

out advertising, but as sure as he is says prohibition is the best investment I was never more sick in my life and >
I I II Chinese methods in the past are num-
in business for the public's patronage Bradford county ever made. sent to the drugstore for a certaincholera j

just so surely would a far greater Singing followed Mr. Moore's speech J.E.CHACEDENTAL I mixture, but the druggist sent i erous, such as works on education,

share of that patronage fall to him if and then dinner. Tables were spread me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic! I j I political economy, government, law Ito

he would place the merits of his goods under: the beautiful oaks, and covered SURGEON Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead i I i and the mutual relations of nations. i '

before the people through a proper use with an array of the most tempting II saying that he had what I pent I' To these and collateral subjects no I.

of the papers.CONTRACTING. edibles, prominent among which was a Office Uustairs. Commercial Bank Bid1* for but this medicine was so much: fewer than three hundred and sixty ,

I profusion of the pies:plum, squash, I better that he would rather send it to publications are devoted while a hung -

AND BUILDINGIf I pumpkin and peach-that have made OCALA, FLA. I me in the fix I was in. I took one dose i I j g I dred and thirty take up the subjects I

New Enlgand's cooking famous. The I of it and was better in five minutes. :i 1 of mathematics and ; L

you are going to build anything, 4 dinner was one big family social under Terms Cash. i The second dose cured me entirely i iI j! Some thirty have been I ..

from a cedar clothes chest to a fine( the most favorable conditions. ItI I I Two fellow jurors were afflicted in the science of agriculture, I .

residence or a brick block, don't fail I looked very much as though the W. C. I the same manner and one small bottle :; as many on electricity,

to see or write for estimates to J. :Mc- T. U. was about the whole of Belleviewand cure$ the three of u?." For sale by i! and science generally! ; some xI

Xealy. the contractor and builder- : when the women enlist in a cause SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR the Postoffice Drugstore. j I on philosophy and seventy IA .

The :Man Who Doesn't Wait." No I defeat is among the improbabilities.After gienA ,._-W rks on i i

12 Fort King avenue Ocala, Fla. dinner there were several recitations It Can Only Be Had Where There is Pt-dio is making. prea, raiI igtfages, astronomy and VI'
i haveA...O-.I.J<**--t...", "lit' oiggest eele.- jects go to complete the list
and songs and then Mr. Carn I .
brationt'r held in that section. It
j I i with which the native
DRESSERS AND WASHSTANDSt I made a very convincing address. ProI I
Any ma" A'r woman who wants soft, ; is to be of an educational nature. Sev- j houses,, at Shanghai and ...
t hibition, he said, would be more likely J I ..
I glo sy hair must be free of dandruff,, en schools will participate in the gathI j described by a correspondent
have a particularly fine stock of i to> be enforced than it was seventeen : :LF
which causes falling hair. Since it has i I ering. Colonel West of the big Levon t erally flooding the country I .
odd dressers and washstands in years asro. Time has wonderfully im- I .
allI I I become known that dandruff is a germ i I mill and president of the Georgia State I In connection with this _
prices, styles and woods. See the ling proved the law on the side of temperance. -
i disease, the old hair preparations that: | Senate; will make an address on uni- may also he mentioned that _
Then it was all in favor of the Iillegal I
before bu wg..e1Be\vhere.
were mostly scalp irritants, have been i'form' textbooks: llufe Perry will barbecue I a few years ago there were ,
McIver & MacKay. seller: now it is the oth* way. >
abandoned, and the public, barbers and' the meats. and the editor of the en newspapers: in all China, :
The editor of the Star then by spt'clal -
doctors included, have taken to using I Star; has been requested to be there I now 157 dailies, weeklies and
request, spoke on the Belleview of
$25 REWARDI Xewbro's Herpicide the only hair pre- and have something to ay. lies discussing public qu(> .
twenty-five He told of the I
years ago. I
I paration that kills the dandruff germ. publishing news of the outside
characteristics of the who .
will pay a reward of $15 for conviction people E. Dodd Dickinson, N. D., says: "H to the task intelligence, taste
of any man In :Marion! county brought picide not only cleanses the scalp from i! hardly Chinese family of

for violating the game law. and $25 I education and temperance. The result dandruff and prevents the haid falling Speigel, 1201 ='. Virginia St, Ev- ] sequence in any of the treat I .

where the party lives in Ocala. was that they have today thehandsomest out, but promotes a new growth. Her- i-nsville, Ind., writes: "For over five I! or Pekin that does not take in Ii i

Henry Gordon, Sheriff. town in Marion county. picide keeps my hair very glossy." years I was troubled with kidney and i\ more native papers. What

The shaded clayed and sidewalked Sold by leading druggists. Send lOc b'adder affections which caused! me | fies ran only be understood i LtJI
STARTLING MORTALITY streets, pretty homes and general appearance in stamps for sample to the HerpicideCo. much pain and worry. I lost flesh and ( remembered that less than j ji

of thrift around the place delight ., Detroit. Mich. Tydings & Co.,I I was all run down and a year ago hail i ago no one in China j

Statistics show startling mortality the eye and appeal to the soul, special agents, Ocala, Fla. Ito abandon work enthely. I had three Mandarins, whose business I

from appendicitis and peritonitis. To showing that education does pay and of the best physicians, who did me ',; itics and money making

prevent and cure these awful diseases good taste is always at premium. The no good and I was practically given j! slightest interest in

there is just one reliable remedy, Dr. temperance sentiment that prevails in up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was; j i I fairs. A ;good deal of I

King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery of Belleview would make any communitydry. recommended and the first bottle gave, !I I progressive! movement is I II:
Even if a few topers did stray I ':edly due to Japanese
14 Custom House Place, Chicago, says: me great relief, and after taking thesecond ;-
into the place they wouldn't stay long. LOOK bottle I cured." I i but much more, as is now
They have no equal for Constipationand was entirely
Then came Rev. C. C. Carroll the r to Chinese initiative, forced
Biliousness. 25c. at.the Soil by the Postoflice Drugstore
Antl-MO-I[cyclone} orator, who could not comedown !I Western pressure and !
nopoly Drugstore. Ocala: Fla.Putnam .
in the morning because he had I j The virtual director of the I I .4
I I i
to conduct Mr. Carter's funeral. His i I Hoard of Commerce during
SPRAINSS. r I county's wet or dry electioncorns ( I
address was fully up to his usual standard WAIT year was its Japanese
off the 25th. The businessmen
i on : I
and a great treat to the audience. j' Japanese explorers have
A. Reid, Cisco, Tex., writes March i of Palatka. the only town of any
thp of the I
It certainly was a great meeting and :, outlying provinces I
11, 1901: "My wrist was sprained so its effect is already felt, for Belleviewis j I I size! us us rl'lI1ainin'Pt.thecounty.. are. largely in favorI from the frontier of Siberia II i >
badly by a fall that it was useless, and I' and as far west as Kashgar.
!' dry nowand always will be on aU
after using several remedies that failed jj j have been active in studying I
occasions when temperance i is to the
WATCH !IFor j Have you "-(>n those little alcohol I .
to give relief\ used Ballard's Snow sources of this immense
front. stoves the Postoffice I
at Drugstore. Just
Liniment, and was cured. I earnestly I Into which Chinese are I Ii
Notes the thing for these hot days: and cheap Ii i
recommend it to anyone suffering from steadily: from the Ii
too Costs 75c..for the stove and I
sprains." Sold by all druggists Rev. I... W. Moore said it was a new you inces of Western China I
2c. an hour to run It. I
one on him to find a barrel of free ice our Handsome: Line ol:r I the nomads and occupying i i

water at a picnic. He thought picnics I and one Japanese traveller I
LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED I were made to assist refreshment Fall and Winter Good to be PICTURE MOULDINGSWe i a complete report on the I
stands, and if you drank anything cool Asian! trade routes after an I
I arriving ill a few daysfrom have just added a big shipmentto I
Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. you paid for it. but Belleview served I1 tion extending over two :years.i I I - -- -------- ----
an already large line of picture, !
the refreshing fluid without money and New York where i An English writer, \" "

WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS without price. : frame mouldings, making our stockof i situation generally, says
our .Buyer now ]is.: these goods the handsomest and:
Ice cream was sold, however, to aid i mental attitude of China I I J. E. BANKSTON.
best in the country. Hundreds of different
The Iron Mountain Route has now the temperance cause And it was ice i of critical importance. Its I
sizes: designs and finishes.
on sale very low rate tickets to Hot ream, suS'e. Its dispensers did a land i thought are breaking away II I

Springs, Ark. Tickets can be boughton office business.!! Boston Store I McIver & MacKay. I old moorings, whether to I .
certain -- --- I path for themselves or to I Dealer in
days during July. August:
Hamp Brinson of Oxford, Dolf Mitchell ,, NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTSIf the influence of others ('
and September one fare plus twu .. Troxier'r .
of :Summerfield E. S. Upham ofsouth I determined, but the tendency ''' : .-, g
literature dollars for descriptive the round of Write, etc.for Lake Weir, Rufe Perry and you ever took DeWitfs Little Ear-: tinctly toward the Japanese :, -hi -P Vwr? YIr) w.r: r n V.f"I_ /r1 _r"p_ ; : .1 i)1./w) /a fl'.:J iir_ A\ll
family and Prof. McKinnon lyly Risers for biliousness or constipation } influence
of Pe- ters where foreign
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I. E. Rehlander T. P. A. LIBRARY TABLESWe know what pill pleasure is I -rroq. \. n .;r. .-P': JJ'1r: l"l R \,. 'FniHR'/\ra \ --
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Chattanooga. Tenn. dro, were among those seen in the you j II comed. The British opium r ---__OJ ....._'J;';; .; ..._i.JY'rtWr1r.r \_ .;;;J' -
gathering. Mrs. 0r.. Gale and children These famous little pills cleanse the!; I opium trade and the I ---

from Ocala were there among old have the prettiest and mos t liver and rid the system of all bile H| of Australia: the atrocities 'i !f.l. Pe l'll :if.tih l h l" Y-rl iiP'f.PT'i
A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYSA. complete line of oak and mahogan;'I' _;:;;J_ r u P1.
without producing unpleasant effects I
friends. George R .Smith was present.Ben tation that marked the I I fI
library tables ever shown in OcalaA Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore 'I to Pekin )/
Borden and family were there in I European troops XO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IXUR STALLS.
J. Jennesse 9201 Butler St. Chicago
he morning having been visiting Mrs. big shipment has just arrived. Toi ___ and the latest reports I
writes: "I am a switchman and are cordially invited to inspect themMclver BEST FOR CHILDREN SHARE
the South
Borden's brother. Will Smith. 1'1 China from YOUR TRADEVITIi" US.SATISFACTIOX,
em out in all kinds of weather. I took & MacKay.Nunnally's mines of the treatment of the i

a cold which settled In my kidneysand The merchants of Belleview did not Mothers, be cf.reful of the health oi:r : working there, are described GUARANTEED ..

1 was in bad shape. I tried several take an active part in the gathering, candies, fresh every week!:, II your children. Look out for Coughs- i ing almost completely t

advertised remedies with no benefit for they like their contemporaries of by express, and only COCo per pound Colds. Croup a Whooping: Cough. j Chinese from European I Phone No. 11 1. Stalls 11 and J 3 City Market.

until I was recommended to try Ocala tend strictly to business no You don't have to pay for the nam l'l Stop them in time-One Minute Cough l '! As the London Spectator ]l ,

Foley's Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds ota matter what their private views may in buying these goods, and there is n
bottle cured me." Sold by the Post- be. R. C. Ridge, Prof. Green. Mr. Pratt better candy sold in this market. Sol d pleasant. Contains no opiates. Sold\ 1 1'Jzed people who have

office Drugstore, Ocala. Fla. and others side with the dry!'!. and recommended by the Postoffic' ,e by the Anti-Monopoly. Drugstore.AN I a series of appalling insults as

Mr. O. A. Tremere. the irrepressible Drugstore. I Here, then, is an

CREAMERY BUTTER merchant. who lost his store by fire OPPORTUNITY i American statesmanship .y, -- -

25 CENTS A POUND last spring, has another fully stocked LOST-A sack coat dark peeper an d lowed to pass may never .

and is doing splendidly.I His stock of salt color, Thursday in going to Anthony All persons in our city, whose Mm ie I ered. It Is one t! 1I I \

The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly shoes will arrive this week and he somewhere this side of Grine for reading is limited by reason of yi i every other question ha

: on hand, receiving a fresh sups will go to New York Oct. 1st to select Farm school. Autograph pencil Xo. "_ work, are invited to spend their dailn,_ our forricn relations, for a

ply every two days, delicious pure, his winter lines of drygoods and no- in inside povket. Suitable reward i 5 if ings at the Epworth Reading and Social ;. thetic attitude en our part 1r: I Operators

Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per tions. left at the Star office. P.o<;. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:3: (O l i China at a moment when it : ,,
r 1 transformation
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. to lOp. m. The rooms are free to thf e ; going a
Amos Knott is Tremere's right hand This Is koaas weather.Ve sell koiaks ,- general public. i most to a new birth, can is.a: !

man. and they are wheelhorses" to pull and kodak things. The Postoffio e I all and more than 1 1t
I trade.
Drugstore.We DEVOURED BY WORMS I' cannon have lost to Europe. I

It would have been incredible brutal- On the other side is the Marion Mercantile Children often cry. not from pain I' dispatch announces the .

ity if Charles F. Lemberger of Syracuse Company, over which genial have a complete line of suit ca s-1 I but from hunger although ted abund', a Chinese deliberative pt( I -

X. Y.. had nut done the best he Tom Mitchell presides. It carries a e. and grips from $3 to $16, and w e';'I, antly. The entire trouble arises fron::I : assist! the Government is e

f could for his suffering son. "My boy'," big stock and does a fine trad.Ia'or '. think you would do well to look at :;,! inanition, their food is not assimilated I'i:i the important decision even said than to have that g d .:.
them. Ocala Furniture
h* say, "cut a fearful gash over his :\ and Doctor Slaughter surveyed Company. but devoured by worms. \ at by the Czar to summon the !.
t I = j A few doses: of Whites Cream Ver
I Bui-klen's
so applied Arnica
eye the scene and his eyes lit up sian zemski sobor.-New I
, Salve, which quickly! healed it and with municiitil pride as they wandered ] mifug" will cause them to cease cry- :,I 1 : The Standard Naval Stores Company ot Jacksonville,

saved his eye." Good for burns and over the array of fine-looking lag and begin to thrive at once, ver;:yl! CURED OF'BRIGHrS I

t ulcers} too. Only! 25e. at the AntiMonopoly ple. peo MARKET MENUWestern I much to the surprise and joy of tk:.
mother. Sold by all druggists.!
Drugstore. It '
was good to revive old memories" j Gee. A. Sherman Lisbon !, :
of Belll \-iew. I producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION !Ii Lawrence Co, N. Y.. writes , BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4000 i
ABSCESS I kiJnfy disease: for many 1 | and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jackson-
Beef Veal Florid.Stall 'a
Department of the Interim, : -
had treated
been by
If taken soon we have for sale a 'I rl|
brick block, containing three stores. ABSCESSES, with few exceptionsare Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. twelve years; bad taken a n ville or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or commission -
micative of constipation or debil Fed Beef Mutton AJmour's ri i i September 2, 1905j I '
large kidney medicine and other
hall, six offices above on very j
reasonable terms. A fine investment; ,. ity.W.. H. I j Notice is hereby given that the fol- I that were recommended but : ;; charges. We are also prepared to make liberal ,
Harrison Cleveland Miss., Star Ham Armour'I S i I I
ing-named settler has filed notio e
will pay 15 per cent or more. If interested nikf until I began using! ,
writes, Aug. 15, 1902: : "I want to say a r I := j
inquire of Ditto & Maloney, word of Pork of his intention to make commutatioi fl i nay Cure. The first half advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank
praise for Ballard's Snow ISnI Sausage Re
Ocala, Fla. Cabbage, r- i proof in support of his claim and tha t'i ed me, and four bottles have I \
I iment. I stepped on a nail, which 1 I !' : :
'" said proof will be made before clerl It i j of this terrible disease. : i cars-it will save you lots ol money. For further information
caused the cords in tabagas Turnips Beet '
leg to
my eid
.-irvuit court at Ocala, Fla., on Octo- ; kIting Foley's Kidney Ct '
V A CAR OF IRON BEDS tract and an abscess to rise in con-I' i pan
j* Sweet Potatoes >*-r 1. 1905. viz: Daniel A. Fort ofto, matte water about n apply to _
knee. and the doctor told Irish Potatoes
me l,1. 1
; f1a lid 2&;r7-for the of i
x We have just placed it our store would have a stiff leg, so I I II 5\\1.4 I' minutes, day and night, an-3 a'|'
one day
o"f'* I I I r.I.. of section :24! tp 15, s, r 24, e. I brick-dost substance, and a'
i- a solid carload of iron beds, among I went to J. F. Lord's drugstore (whois and Spanish Onions.W. He !
t names the following witnesses t .
I msubstance. I believe
f., which are over fifty different patterns now in Denver, CoHe\ -
I i prove his (continuous residence upoj:111 I have died if I had not f1
to select from and different
; many mended a bottle of Snow Liniment. I STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO/
cultivation '
P. EDWARDS. of said land, viz: s-'I I F-idney Cure. Sold by the ;
prices. This is the handsomest line of i got a 50c. size, and it cured leg. It
," my I A. Fort, R C. Fort of Lynne, PIa.. ft-: ; Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
iron beds in Florida. Come in and is the best I
in the world Sold E. Fort, C. A. Fort, of Ocala, Fla. : t

look them over Mclver & MacKay. by all druggists. Phone JOS. City Mark Ct': i' W. G.obTnscm., Register I Delicious fresh candies at :"' Jacksonville


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OCALA OCCURRENCESRev. MRS. ALICE T. SACKETT We have the exclusive sale of the Famous THE TAMPA FAIR

Mrs. Alice T. Sack'ett wife of Mr. Mr. Z. C. Chanbliss, who returned

L. W. Moore Is sick. Will SatketL died this morning about Yesterday: from the fair grounds at' ,

i clock at her home on Orange aven- BLACK CAT HOSIERY j rampa and a consultation with thei'I j
Masons, meet Thursday night ue known as the Green place. Mrs. Pair Association's officials, was agree-

Sackett was born in Helena, Mont, ably surprised at the magnificence of j

Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's. July 19. 1869. Mr. and Mrs. Sackett 1I the; buildings and the advanced stage :

moved to Ocala from Bucks county of the construction work. Mr. Cham- j

Odd Fellows meet this evening. Pa. about a year ago for the benefit I for Ladies Men, Boys and Girls. ;bliss says if the fair should open tomorrow I ,

af I Mrs. Sackett's health, and locatedat : the buildings could care for it .
Mr. E. W. Agnew has returned from ., the present home site. The deceas- and it is nearly two months longer until ,

the lake. ed's health was much improved, and_ THE KIND THAT WEAR : the opening. Mr. Chambliss says ,"J .

she and her devoted husband were 1 the main building is 100 feet wide and!' ANew .

A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- hopeful for her entire recovery, but 91a feet long "double decked" and well i ;

J 41np A Co. an abscess forming on her brain caus- :and neatly constructed with fiintkote !j
New Dress Goods Now I
on ,
roofing and weatherboarded with novelty -
Mr. R. A. Alfred of Port Ingll was in ed her death. She was truly a good Ii
town and noble woman and a devoted wife siding. The old fair building on II

1 today. and bore her sufferings without a mur- i Display :the Tampa Bay grounds 150x75 feet, : :

The Montezuma Hotel had thirty arrivals mur, always cheerful, good natured twp stories high has been moved onto i!

yesterday.. and with a word of encouragement. to the grounds and will be used for the j I

all. The body of the deceased has been exhibits of the ladies, schools, etc., I

a, Mr. Geo. II. Stevens of Tampa Is at embalmed by Messrs.: Smith and Roberta [HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY :and the live stock building 100x3631 I'

i. y..;., the Montezuma. and will be accompanied tomor- feet will now be put up. Our Marion 'I

L row by her husband to her old home county live stock exhibitors are arranging -

lir. Charles Moore is helping gather for burial. A short funeral service I for a lot of space. Mr. cham-I ProvehI

news for the Star. will be held at the residence tomorrowat An earnest invitation is extended to bliss says that every foot of '

10 a. m., Dr. W. C. Lindsay officiat- Coal all strangers and visitors who chanceto buildings will be occupied by exhibits.A I ,

Mr. S. B. Wright of DeLand is at ing to whit all friends are invited. be In the city to make themselvesat i( )
the Ocala House. home In the Epworth Reading and I

I, WILL PLANT A GROVE Blacksmith. Social Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30 He that lives .
of the most novel as well as i j
L U. Graham of Connor was in the to 10( p. m. Rooms over Teapot Gro- i
city this morning. Mr. S. A. P..als111 plant out thiswlnt..r Egg and Charcoal.AT cery.Chamberlain's. prettiest show windows in town is
that of the Helvenston-Pasteur Company I' will
ten at res of Satsuma buds on upon hope
Lowney's Candles received fresh by Trifoliata stock in the big hammock Aids on the drygoods side. It was
Cough Remedy
express, at Taylor's. owned by the Marion Farms. On the MclVER & MACKAYSTHE dressed a few days ago by Mr. E. T.I fast- -'
Nature Helvenston. The window is advertisIng I
hardy Trifoliata !:stocks protected by j
Mrs. G. G. Maynard of Rock Springswas the hammock Mr. Pawls expects to Black Cat hosiery, and in addition !

in town today. have a beautiful and prolific grove of Medicines: that aid nature are always to a fine display of goods contains an I But he.that
LIBRARY CONTESTThe most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough .
Satsumas. :artistic arrangement of the Black Cat

A % library vote with every 5c. Remedy acts on this plan. It allays signs and advertising matter and a I

purchase at Troxler's. DEAFNESS, CANNOT BE CUREDBy following: the result of the the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectorations big stuffed dog trying with all his I lives on

Totes cast to date: opens the secretions might to tear a piece of the hosiery,

Mrs. R .H. Holliday of Citra spenta local cannot EPWORTH LEAGUE .. .4 2.796 and aids nature in restoring the system while a huge black cat grins in true
applications as they
few hours in the city yesterday.Mr. reach the diseased portion of the ear. Elks . . . . . 401,037 to a healthy condition. Sold by feline glee at the hopelessness of his j I I

There is only one way to cure. deafness Ocala High School .. . 145.856 the Postoffice Drugstore.The efforts. The window is a striking one |I UneedaBiscuit

B. B. Jlopson of the University I and that Is by constitutional rem- I Public Library.. .. ., . :20,406 I and is attracting much attention. I t.

City is In the city for a few days. Inflamed | Howard Academy .. . . 33,199 purest anc finest toilet soaps a i
edies. Deafness is caused by an -
condition of the mucous liningof I Hospital. . .. . . 12,299fifes. arge stock of the best goods alwaysn AN ERRORIn "
WANTED-To rent a cottage, 11.901 hand. Tydings and Company
inj' the Eustachian Tul*,>. When this I
good location.I Apply at Star office. Masons. . . .. . . 6,4u7 tI ,
tub Is inflamed you have a rumbling speaking yesterday of Mr. Her-
Firemen . _. . . 1,137 Don't forget if ycu want to feel at 'I
and whenit for
The Ocala Rifles will drill I!und or Imperfect hearing, man Benjamin's departure Atlanta
I is entirely closed Deafness Is the home in a hotel, to stop with Colonel we should have said that he will go
All members urged to be present. I .,
are AN INTERESTING CASE will feast.
result and unless the inflammation Shipman of the !Montezuma where you Wednesday, instead of saying that he I
BEFORE JUSTICE BULLOCK will find a lot of Jolly fellows to wel-
Fresh roasted and new boiled peanuts e-asn be taken out and this tube restored went Saturday. .
I come you and who try to- make it
day at Martin's news stand. I to its normal (condition hearing
every In the justice's court yesterday the .
and homelike.It
will be forever. Nine
destroyed cases F. & A. M.
entire day was consumed in the case
other out of ten are caused by Catarrh
Combs, brushes, sponges and all
A regular communication -
of R. II. Seymour against Ollie Mor-
toilet,, articles. Tydings and Com- I which is nothing but an inflamed con- does matter whether have 5U
you 1'- of Marion-
dis and Frank Caldwell for the alleged I II
PI dition of the surfaces.
mucous good matting or not. It matters to
i larceny of hogs on the 8th of Au- Dunn Lodge. No. 19, .
I We will give One Hundred Dollars and to Let's I "
you us. get together. F.&A. JL, will be
gust. Major Izlar represented the
Messrs. L. C. and G. R. Ellis of
for of Deafness caused I
any case ( by Ocala Furniture Company. I IMr.
held in the temple
Gainesville! are in the city for a fewdays. catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's prosecution while th defendants were
II I I taken care of by Raymond B. Bul- Thursday evening Sept 7.
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. NATIONAL BISCUIT! COMPANY
i lock. A number of witnesses were examined Charles H. Lloyd of Holder arrived Visiting brothers cordially invited.J. .
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
A fresh stock of Lowneya candles In I j after which Major Izlar addressed in the city this morning and is E. Chace W. M.
i Sold by druggists 73c. Take hail'sFamily
all sized packages Just received at Pills for constipation. the jury urging conviction. registered at the Ocala House. Jake Brown Secretary. II

Taylor's. !i Mr. Bullock followed in an eloquent I II

I I and masterly plea for the acquittal of i Don't forget
WEATHER FORECAST p L'a Tulula Lodge, No.1 .
Limeades from fresh limes. Drink i the accused after which the case was I ..
freely and you won't get bilious. AtTrpxler'a. turned over to the following men com- 3 1 ". s ,i. :t: 22, I. O. 0 F., I Graham Crackers

Washington Sept.: 19.-Fair tonight I p meets Tues-
I posing the jury: Messrs. R. E. Brig- every
Butter Thin
Wednesday except showers Wednesday I in Hall.
day evening Yonge's
I ;ante J. J. Tipton Forney Lancaster. Cans
Welch' grape Juice always on hand in northern poition. I' Norris Driggers and Wilson. The jury Early June Peas, 25c. J. H. Spencer, N. G. Social Tea Biscuit

for family trade at the Postoffice 1 retired only a few minutes and returned Royal Cole Secretary. '

Drugstore. i, If you want an iron bed you would I ;, with a verdict of not guilty. O. K. I ICROCERV1 Lemon Snaps

do W -1to\ see those at Mclver & Mac MAYOR'S COURT.

For a private detective phone No. 19S. Kay's. They have just placed a solu i i j SCHOOL orENINGI

or address Detective McEthridge carload in the store containing about l Tom Glymp and Amos LaBerth were I

Ocala Fla. I fifty different styles. I arrested yesterday for fighting, and
I i Miss Sharpe's school will reopen I .
Monday, October 2, 1905 at the same were fined $5 and costs each in the
Mr. Henry Sistrunk went to Mont- I Buy an aiconoi stove for 75c. at the., ;;; r rcms 135 S. Second street. I CLARK BROS. Proprietors !1 city court this morning. Charles Mc-I I .

brook today to spend a week with his I Postoffice Drugstore for making tea,' j Departments as usual-Kindergar1 Conn was arrested last night for being F
coffee light cooking. Heat I PHONE 174 I
or ;
parents and take a rest. any 1 ten. Primary and Preparatory. Ii drunk. lie was fined $10 and costs I -- -:.._- -
water in jiffv. and only costs 2c. 1 ff
a an I
hour to burn l'I j I For further information address -- I i but couldn't cough up, and is now at ,I ---- ---- --- -- ---

Mr. A. L. Glass of Gainesville, a |I (Miss) Annie M. Sharpe, 32 S. Fourth the Hotel de Cleveland. i

prominent railroad man was in the I I II I I St., Ocala, Florida OGALA FURNITURE CO !I II !:
city for a few hours yesterday. HEADQUARTERSFor I LOST OR STR.\TED from the Star f Coast Railwaj

building Wednesday Maltese cat .An
Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen I : i

Charcoal, egg coal and blacksmith's Children's( School au<:I li i j Years of Suffering Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, i i I Answers to the name of Psyche. Any i

times coal will by McIver now be&kept stock at all I nl'l'hot': ::. j. for"I fifteen had been years troubled and I with found lame a complete back- and When Needed, I,I II I! information return to this as office to her.will whereabouts be suitably. or ii i\j local l Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 171'I I

liIIKIXAl'KU: Jt CO. : recovery In the use of Chamberlaln's The Question of Embalming and Fun I rewarded. I $OUTH-BOUND-BEAD DOWN. NORTH40UND-XEAD U
Cannon, next door to Marion Hardware "
Pain Balm says John G. BIsher, eral Directing is Delicate One 991No. ;
Company's implement sample Jap-a-Lac the great furniture varnish .- I J Gillam, Ind. This liniment is also with- I| FRESH GARDEN SEEDS I No. Z9 STATIONS "..7B. No. 98Dally. ..0
room can repair your gun. I and stain makes furniture Ico k i Fresh and reliable garden seeds of T Dilly Dally.940a. 'a"T.TOOp. i
: _
I out an equal for sprains and bruises. Would not it be Best for You to En- I _. _
I like new. .\ full stock of all finishe:s'' For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. I I all kinds for fall planting. Tydings : COOp Lv _.. -.JactsonTllle.,. ._ Ar 8SOa '
Why not cover your floors with good 15 07 p 9 13 a &,. a.chonvUle.__ LY a 62 pin 1
I trust this to Those who -
Question Appreciate i and Seedsmen.
and all sizes of packages at the Marion & Co.,. Druggists 6 15 P 10 65 a .. __St. Augustine.. I 60 P 7 iO a
matting? That's the only kind we 663p1182a __.._. .. .. "
Hardware Co. I Two Ba..tlngs 455p 6 19 a628a
sizes of those i
famous Nashville It's Delicacy and Whose Know- I _...._. "
have. Ocala Furniture Company. Just received at the Ccala News Co., TlOp 1160 aisspmsp East Palatka .___ ISipLv
; ranges, "The Princess. have just beenr -
I I edge is of the Highest Standard i a choice lot of fireproof bowls and Ar ..._.?.,.,,,Palatlta__ Ly llOp SOOaCMa
We have in
stock and ready fo received. This fine (and there }Is
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller returnedyesterday range earthenware of all kinds. Call and I CO 6 45 U 25 a .--......Palatka___ Ar 6 00 p I
from Clay Springs where immediate shipment 2. 3. C, 8, 12 an 11 none better) is 25 per cent. cheaper see V
I TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE it. 200pSOOa Ar .._?_.Saa Mateo.....?_ L' 219p.._ to )
they spent ten days very pleasantly. 15 horse-power gasolene engines mad e I i than any other range of its value. The PROMPT ATTENTION Ota 0 2 10 Lv ..__..._.San Mateo___ J.r 825p 760 C
by the International Harvester Company Ocala Furniture Company. I
Two of the four convicts who escaped 760pI2S2p803p'1247p Lv ..._......._...Nl'Oga_..__._ Ly f iT P 901 a :::
The finest and most complete stock and there are none better. Ma Phone No 10. 94 and 167 d ': .___BunLt'lls_.__ .' 3 lip a n piI
of perfumes toilet soaps and cosmetics riun Hardware Cumpany. NUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS I Day Night ten days ago from the Marion 8 10 p U 65 p .... -.?__..Dup'.nl.__._ .. 337pSlOp 629a ""
II Farms hospital were caught last night I Ovcx 8 tip 121 plS9p __Orm"nd".._.._ : 169 a
in the city, at Tydings and Company. Everything is in the name when It I SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala Fla. 863p0ip ____Dayt..na__ a 00 p 117 a -0 s
near Summ rfii-Id. One was caught by 9 1 Sip II --...-...Port Orane,.-- 2 60 y ISSalisa CII
OCALA HOUSE CAFE comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. a is Ar ..Sew ..._._ 2 Sop .
92Sp p wyrna.
Cannon, next door to the Marior, I 'I several of our deputies jointly, and 1)> ?? ,

Hardware Company's implement sam I Opposite A. C. Li. passenger aepot, :s DeWitt & Co.. of Chicago discovered the other, Robert Johnson, was caught I _c -10 31 a -Slip355p -Ar ._- Lake Helen .........__ Lv 12 f5 p eiop o-
date ol, now open, under new management an ill! some years ago how to make a salve by Mr. John Gamble, deputy 'U. S. 10 39 a __...__Orange City..__ .. 12 35 P sup .
ple rt4'n. is to repairer j
an up 2'B 10 15 a iOOp Junction....... 1230pLT eisp .1O .
Orange City
bicycles I first class in every respect. A la cart e from Witch Hazel.that is a specific for MdVER & MAOEAY i i marshal.We I .

or meals to regular boarders JG pe r I Piles. :For blind bleeding, itching and I H 93SplOOOp 2 2S p .... ......_New 8myrria__.._ LTAr 250p 103 a &
protruding, I 2 Sip330p to ___.._:.Oak Hill....___ 1 Sip 839aSOOa
The W. C. T. U. wiu meet toinor- week through the summer months. eczema cuts burns are exclusive agents for Elwood 10 IJ P : Ar ... ?...........T1tu lV1lle_....?_ 116 p
ro wafternoon at 4 o'clock at the armor -, G. It. Tioxler, Proprietor. I bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's I wire field fencing.<< Always in stock. o -- I
Salve has no equal. This has FUNERAL DIRECTORS 9 00 a ..._ .........?__.._Sanford.__...._Ly 10 00 a 10 00 a, -
All are cordially invited'0 at- givenj Ask for pi"ices. Marion Hardware w ?_..-10< DO a Lv ........._.......San! rd _.............. Ar ..- 9 00 aSOOa : .
V j rise to numerous worthless counterk &..1 .
tend. Company.
We carry at all\ times a big stoc 'I f'lts. Ask for DeWitt's-the : 10 39 P a 30 p LY _.._._ Titu8v1l1e__. Ly 115P G -J L
genuine. UNDERTAKERSand dU 1111 P 409p .. __._Coco&__.__ .. 12 Sip 21 a .,
of all
heights of the famous Americaclose n I Sold the .. _._. ._ :2UaIlia
Robert McDougal has returned tt j by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. TCD-Posltlon as bookkeeperor 1122p 41Sp445p lwckleo1ge__ 1230p
I mesh'; wire fencing. Write f<..r i w' 1163p _......_ au6&llJo!____ .. 1158> _
Oklawaha. In a few days he will leav e assistant'; bookkeeper. Best of ref- be 13 05 a 4 Sip "_.1Ielbourno., ___ U4da 131: aUbia12Ua =
for Lake to his studies t circulars and piices on quantities.: .-1 Do you wish to purchase a home or erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ad- C 12 61 a 537p .. _._-Sebastlan__ !; (A <.
City resume a ion Hardware Company. are you looking for an Investment? H EMBALMERS 1 S9a 6 29p ..__.._..5t. Lucle-.?._ 1012 a'12 00m
the University.BOY I dress "Star, Ocala Fla. 165 a 645p __.....J'vrt PI..rco___ 00m1006a'llSp K)
80, let us tell you about our bargains. 'Eu J18a323a 7l8p ____Tlbl.ala II '11 5:
Last night a straw ride to Silt<'r I DITTO & MALONEY. 712 P ". ___Eden___.._ S 2a a/1114 OP
WANTED-A boy who is no t Fine Casket? Hampton Counts colored was arraigned 228a t Up J"n&eD,,,.._ I. 9 21 a 1111 p
Springs was given by Mr. Royal 1 I'- this morning on the charge ol' en 2S9a 72Sp766p .. .. ,..? _S\U'.r _... .......1 842a1Ueb04
going to school, and who will stick t Cole honor -f
in < Miss Doris Thack. -
the business is wanted at the Star of- 'rf oil stoves all sizes and prices. Call 1 and Burial RobesAll aiding prisoners to escape. He will LeI iJ I 57 a 8 Up". _......West JuplO r.._ 124 a 10 ASP .
of Jacksonville, the attractive guest ( tried tomorrow afternoon in JudgBell's e U tola432a 8 61 P ,...,,,,.West Palm BeacL_ t48a y
flee. Apply at once. and look the stock over. Marion Hardware I ... 7 aaa 918p
918p _.__Jio'rnton. _
Mrs. W. J.
Those '
Lohrig. who wet It court.We .. .. TlOa618a 908p 0:>>
412 a. 928p Irelra1 .
were Misses Hattie I,.u Dickinson i t.f I Company. Work Done by Licensed Em 4a 0ha 10 Sip .. _-...:St.Lauderdale..-_ Of 815p
To succeed stop in public places t I .. __.....__ D&l1la___ "
Madison Doris Thatker. of Jaiksoi 1- balmeis and Fully GuaranteedBURNETT have just received another car 'Ihjl0SOp .. 61i8&fU::
secure the patronage that brings yoi u 6 58 a 10 41 p _...?.-Halaudale.-: :
ville. Edith Kuchelder.: Geneviei.e Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the --- ,- -,-- ----- 1, load of hay presses of different sizes, 1 StaU07p85aUlSp .._...... Lemon City 'm. 6 34 a 729p720p
before the public. The Montezum a smith. Lottie scalp clean if used according to dlrec- I I U .__11amlm??.,, LT 6 25 a
Kingman. Gertie Bacl 1 both portable and stationary. Marion -
Hotel is the place to find it. tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice
elder and Jessie Dally
1..1UIartin ar d Hardware, Company.Mr. Dally
Messrs. Cleveland \\ lli.lms. Otto Lol h- Drugstore. Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Sun Lx.
Do you suffer with asthma or ca_ Sin.
rig. O. C. Tignor. Murrell Roy:al B. R. of the fi.EI -
tarrh? Then use Adam's Cure. Price, THE COLONEL'S WATERLOO Stripling one 8 4ia ..-.., LTICOa _.. .__._11Iaml____ .1f''_ sooptup
E. Cole Dr. Fled T. Blalock, and O. 1 K, Florida agents for the Equitable Insurance AT23Ne. __...Homestead-.__ Lv _
SOc. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fo
: Colonel John M. Fuller of Hone
Brown. They were chaperoned. 1 1 y Y Company, who went to th
ale by Tydings & Co. Grove Texas, nearly met his Water THE
Mrs. \\ J. LohrigRE75D. TAILOR great convention of agents held bj Na. 21''iiI. 19 No. l l,No.1/ ''Mo. ZO II..a ... 24
loo from Liver and Kidney trouble. Ii the Manhattan Beach Sills\\ Sunday Sandiy Sondaj Dally HAVPORT BRANCH. Nt. 18 Sunday Sundiy 1 Daily
Mr. C. Y. Miller of Leroy was in th e a recent letter, he says: "I was nearl:) company at returned Iiii Only Onlj. Oal,. ,tx Sua Dally.! 1 r only I lOlly EitMS30al200nlitp

city today. Mr. Miller leaves tomor : THIS: I dead of these complaints and althougl Has Moved Into His home jesterday. 1 00 p 64Sp SOOp > 39a: too a'LY' _JarkonTlIl __ Ar -! ,I IU p
row for Richmond Washington an.d I tried 4 lap 661p7iip 208p 9 J3a|, 108&'u _So. Jacksonville.,. Lv 8 22 a 11 C2aJ 5S7p I07ilip p
my family doctor he did m e New Brick Store FOR RENT.-The Grant MtCal:1 ItOp4Jp 210 p10 10 a' I :39a! _. PaLIoB a.ch66al120a5C6p>! 'Up
New York for a three weeks' trip. rryor. Tenn., June 1. 1901. no good; so I got a 50c. bottle of you: 4 T29p 9 45p'101Sal 94ia _.Atlantic!INCh.'U a 11 15 a'' 600p 4 10 P
Dr. E. W. 11 all. St. Louis. Mo.-De:lr Electric house on North Magnolia street. :Nin T 00 p| Tiip i 00 p 10 SO a''1000 a __.Mayport_.?_. TSOaUOOa1! 445 p

Mr. and Mrs.o' G. B. Weihe will eel- Sir: I have suffered several years fro m great I consider them Bitters the best which medicine cured me' No tIE. Fort King Avenue, rooms: newly! painted and tapered or! ,

ebrate their silver anniversary th e kidney and bladder trouble and ha'.e I earth, and thank God. who 01 'I the inside. Rent reasonable to a goo PENINSULAR LSD OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COXSECT10NS AT HIm

I evening of Friday Sept. :29! at thei r tried a number of preparations. bit 'ut the knowledge to make them.gave" Soli yoi See his fine line of pieced tenant. Apply to Mrs. T. J. Owens.

residence 31 North Third street :i 1 can truthfully say that nothing h:as and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia, goods for summer'cloth-: Our Ice cream has a reputation' 01 r. Close Coanectloa Made at Wits! *Itb Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. CompuTf J
8:30 o'clock.Mr. proved so effective as your Tex as
; Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the e \\hithe are -"ustly proud. T. W
Wonder which I can truthfully r Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.i ing. Troxler. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

and Mrs. Ernest Lyles of ASher commend.. Geo. W. Claiborne. .

who have been the of: I
guests Burnett.
I FLORIDA PONIES FOR SALEA Jerry STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS THeM Tim Tables show the times at which trains mar expected to arrive dud 4tr1a11
Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Lyles and M r- A TEXAS WONDER from the several stations bat their arrival or departure at the times stated 11110\ roam'"
and Mrs. E. L .Freyermuth for the la;st awe U tUj Company to be held lor acjr delays or aoy cotsequetctJ arUla*ttanCn*
One "mal! bottle of the Texas "Wo 1-[ lot of unbroken Florida ponies fo r I When your ship or health strikes th e< -

few weeks returned home Sunday. der Hall's Great Discovery, cures :ill sale at about $50 per head. Sound, Merchant Tailor. t hidden rocks of Consumption. Pneu
i VW Con of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Othr Inferma.Uoft
kidney and bladder troubles remov > young and good animals. Can suppl: | monia. etc., you are lost if you don' "t

1 I D. M. Boney. the eyesight speclallswill gravel cures diabetes seminal emi!8- almost any number in reason. The:YY \ get help from Dr. King's New Discov! SEE THE TICKET AGENT." \

4 make free examination of yoi aloha weak and lame backs, rheum,ai1U) be seen at Gibson & Gibson1!! FURNITURE MADE TO ORDEF I l cry for Consumption. J.. W. McKinnoi n J. D. RAHNER. Aut. Qta'l Paw. Alt. 5T. AUGUSTINE_FUU, .
from until the 17th of
eyes now St'l tism and all irregularities of the klr.eJ's Grahamville, Fla. of TalL dega Springs Ala., writes: "I

tember. All work guaranteed. Opt I- and bladder in both men and w I had been very ill with Pneumonia under Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East Cult

cal parlors upstairs In Gary buildin g men. Regulates oladder troubles Din S. A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS Old Furniture Made as Good a;S) l the care of 4wo doctors but wa Railway

children. If not sold by your drug'st New. I getting no better when I began talon t Effective Jrr-e 3. 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport Branch and

When ready for your fall paints Ig will be sent by mail: on receipt of n. Seaboard: operates Buffet Park r I t Dr. King's New Discovery. The firs t Homestead Extension now shown in time-table No. 52. will be changed, add -,

be sure to see us and get our pric es One small bottle is two months' tre:LtCars bctwven Ocala and Tampa o 1, I All Kinds of Carpenter's and Repai r I dose gave relief\ and one bottle cure. ditional trains being put into service between Jacksonville and Majrport ant

on paints, oils and lead. We ca Ln mem and seldom fails to perfect a cu reo I, trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. m>0' Work Done in the Best Style and me." Sure cure for sore throat bron_ the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

save you money and give you the vei ry Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer. o. daily, and between Ocala and Jacksonville I chitis coughs and ('01,j s. Guarantee d, each way, leaving Miami 8 a. m. and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m. vrll"1g v,

best goods obtainable. Marlon liar,d0. box 629, St. Louis llo. Send I j jtt'tlmonWi. tor on train leaving ocaia at 1:Y;O at the Lowest Price I at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Prlc e, Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of the F. E. Cl

ware Company. Sold by all druggist. o. m., daily. C. L. NELSON, Ocala, Fla. I 50c.\ and S 1. Trial bottle free. Ry.. or for pocket time-card addreM J D. Earner, A. O. P. A. f


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Air Line Railway 7'"

Piano I illi" J. E. A. Keeler Editor.
: : Hot ,
$((2820- Springs, Ark., and return.

/ Tickets on salefirst, and third Tues- f
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days, with final limit to October 31. Mrs. Marie Ruth. :Mrs. Clara Bryant,
T be Cod Liver Oil Emulsion Par EK&&UX"for |
'. $239 30.95Philadelphia, Pa, and return. Irs. Louisa Scott:: Mrs: H. J. Riggins
Coughs.Colds Influenza Bronchitis, La Grip !
Tickets sale 1 Irs. O. W. Ladson. Mrs. Martha Sims
on September 13, 14 54 Ire, Throat and Lurgs Catarrh, Pneumonia I
and 15, limited returning to Septem-\1 l iuumption and ai: lumonary! DleeastS.: All'! lev. F. B. Bradley and wife, :Miss Jo-

ber 25 with available extension to Druggists,two sizes.50c and ft. s ephine :Mazon, L. Green Mrs. C.

October 5. t'"urry and llrs. Alice Fluilt are sick. J
MUSIC CO. Summer moun-I -
OCALA Tourist Rates-To j
to all wndic;name and:address toZOML'LSION Call at John Jackson's for )' raw
'rain: and seashore resorts.
JQ-: :; CO. 98 Pine Street New York c leaning, pressing,
; Low rates to the Northwest. :" I for Rheumatism, Cuts,
j I"
I :Mrs. V. B. Colyer and little brother A Sii r u re Sprains. Wounds, Old 1''
r JEWELERS. Special rates to Portland, Ore., and I> I Sores, Corns, Bunions,
, California: points. j fLOW iHEAP\ RATESto made a short trip to Trilby to visit 4- Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
t heir sister, :Mrs. Foster Burt.
I Frosted feet Burns, Scalds, etc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Infiainmaticn. -
Our hearts pained, to So
I ROUND TRIP RATES are see many

J. R. MARTIN & CO.GENERAL .FROM OCALA VIA I 1 }.oung men under arrest for gambling. PENETRATES. and drives out tl Pa'n.:3 Peres, loosens the Fibrous Tissues,

CALIFORNIAand a free circulauoa cf the Blood, giving the MUSC.M
I Rev. J. S. Bras well preached a fine
natural elasticity.
S t"rmont: Zion M.E. church last night.
i '$((23.75-Richmond, Va.. and Return- theNORTH BEST UHSKENT ON EARTH

LIVERYMol Tickets sold September 10, 11 and I I. Sam Adamson brother of Mrs. :Mat- CKCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

12, limited to return to September I I WESTDIXIE I Chapman: died at Calvary Sunday CURED SOIMIG RHEIMT1SH'
25. Side trips will also be sold from oral was buried at Shady Grove Mon-
I Id
Richmond to all points south at rate la
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps of one fare, plus 25 cents, for the I FLYER ROUTE j t Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.. Knoxville
I I Misses Virginia Howard and Ella Ter.n.. writes: "I have been trying the baths of

Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. round trip. I Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis !!Jackson are visiting friends in the city. Hut Springs, Ark., for sciatic: rheumatism, but I

$30.95-Philadelphia, Pa, and Return. i get more relief from Eal'.ard's! Snow Linimentthan
Tickets sold September 13, 14 and Railway I II Howard Academy opens Monday ; any medicine or anything I have ever tried.

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES 15, via all rail and for steamer Sail- I morning Sept 25. Inclosed find postoffice order for Jl.OO. Send me
$ .70-San Francisco Los bottle Southern ; "
Angeles large by Express.
ing September 13. at I 5) p. mo. and
16th at 6 p. m., via Savannah and I Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. I Miss Willie Bridger of Gainesville, THREE SIZES: 25c 50c AND $1.00BE
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses I w ho has been visiting Miss Jennie La
a II. & M. T. Co Final limit. September SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
$49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Missaula 2oche, left for her home yesterday.Rev. .
Boarded the Month Rate. 30, but extension may be obtained I
by at Special
: and Intermediate Points. II Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
until October 5 by payment of fee I :S.: A. Huger is called to Cotton

of $1 to joint agent at Philadelphia. I $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver Plant! in haste, to hold funeral service ..S ST. LOUIS U. S. A.
J. R. MARTIN & CO. i
$31.45-Via Savannah and Steamer. and Points in British Colum over a woman who was killed yester-:

.- $34.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. bia. I lay by a man named John Brown I

$42.10-Washington, D. C. Tickets DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tif- For corcrortable lodging and good ;!

ets sold daily, good until October 31. I t$51.15Chic.ago on, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, meals call at th Mack House. Terms I SOLD 'NO RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIStS.

LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This III Tickets sale' very Mrs. Melissa Mack. --- ---- .
on srah\ille\ and St. Louis. --- -----

daily good until October 31. I proprietress.
coupon entitles the holaer to two votes that can be cast for any Institution TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and I I Illev.

competing for the library, when properly filled out, signed and returned $34.75-Eldorado, Mo. Tickets sold on 'vening1. Through sleepers on night John II. Brown is to be congratulated I

to the ballot: boxes In any of the stores participating.Name first and third Tuesdays of August I t rains for St. Louis and Chicago. on the success of St. James I ATLANTIC COAST LINE
and September final limit sixty days j ]Episcopal church. The services last

of Instituticn....... ........ ..... .. ................ ... from date of sale, not later than October Tickets on sale September 15 to Oct !Sabbath were inspiring.: I

31. t 31, inclusive. I e
Name Q'.oter.................... .......................... I >er *A. W. Walker THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
$85.90-Portland Seattle > I the world champion I
Oregon _.__ __ ------ -- -
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i shaver and hair cutter, has opened al
Washington, Tacoma, Washington, i I
EVENING S 1 AR. Bellingham Washington. Everett I{i I It I barber shop in Fred Powers' block. | -CONNECTIONS-

Washington, Victoria. B. C., VanCouver j THE Spd II I I II Try his keen razors, hair clippers and 10 THE EAST Over Its own raiIsto Savannah Charleston, RichmondAll
I :scissors; and be convinced of his
B. C. Going via *ny direct route,i Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Rn.-
; i ior skill. Satisfaction guaranteen. Riyors -
returning same or any other di-
rect route. Tickets on sale daily to TEXAS PACIFIC and concaved in good shape. .0 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dlxttt.
September 30. inclusive. Flyer route via Atlanta.
: f I IA Rev. J .E. A. KeeJer returned from

I $86.20-To' San P'ranc1Sco-and Los I so aaawAY + Ii II i f lakeland[ yesterday ana reports much 10 THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New. York. Philadelphiaand
Over Half MillionSATISFIED I fI
Ahgeles, California. Tickets on sale!
a I sickness in that town. Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington
at intervals in months of August |
July I Vis. and
Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
and September. The Bee Hive is the place to get j
J Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhiladelSteamship -
CUSTOMERSDo Tickets Sale The Great Eastern, clocks and jewelry repaired j i
on Dally, Good to Return : phia.
i Wire jewelry made to order. Dry
and Western Line
you think such an enormous business could be built up and October 31 l I II II I I j i''goods, glassware. etc., at special pric- KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via PernnsuTar: ana Occidental Steamship Co.

continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? $51.31-Asbury Park, N. J. i I j Across the Entire States oi ; ">:. S S. Bellamp, superintendent No.2rt ,i Route of tne celebrated trains, New York ..nd Florida Florida
Do think could hold the trade of half million if I I
you we a people, our $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. \I I West Broadway. I and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer..
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? II

Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business I $52.55-Chautauqua, N. Y. j IEXA find LUUISIM! Mrs. Mattie Williams has returned I I Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates schedules
and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using $62.20-Halifax, N. S. j I
I I to her home in Jacksonville. etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J, S. Hartsell D. P
HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?
Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it !I, $42.35-Hot Springs, Va. j jI I TKOCBLE TO ANEli QlDiiect rr.TIUS I Iso Call at the Big Oak Tree market on i j i A., Tampa; W. .1. Craig, O.: P. A.; H., M. Emerson. T. M.. Wilmington N. C.

wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? I I! $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. Y. {I Ii I West Broadway for your choice beef, -
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. i $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Line to -------
Your money back if you are not satisfied. i j I pork, sausage, fish, etc. Vegetables in
!I Summer Tourist Rates are on sale season. atlsfaction'guaranteed.. &GBESSBXESSSSSSSSB3&BSSSK ? Z":1 f& ....
United States Senate, Washington, D.C. j,i to all Summer Resorts. 'I[ NORTH TEXAS I Jones and Thomas, managers.Rev. I
"i have found Ilayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal '
For further information call
WHf.M. Stewart.U. or write to | Alexander Scott left for the
S Senator from Nevada.WHISKEY
J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber j ARIZONA; i''east; coast today.

C. T. A., D .T. A. I and .3ear this in mncop can have I A NEW r TERRITORY IN ARKANSASTHE
Ocala Florida.
HAYNER your clippers ground at L. Green's
I II barber shop on his lightning clipper .
I I \YrtITK FOR SEW BOOK OF TEX AS. FRFi grinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L.I I
GULDEN OI'POUTl'NITY for you to secure a home cheap.
Arrival and Departure Of Trains at Green, barber, West Broadway.A .
FULL $$ ,20 EXPRESS i I _OcalaSEABOARD I'I'I E. P. TURNER I I Low late, tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON

) AIR LINE I General Passenger Agent i I
.QUARTS PREPAIDOUR cold or cough nearly always pro- and INDIAN TERRITORY the firs i and third Tuesdays of
4 Schedule in Effect April 16 DALLAS. TEXAS I INOTICK ,duces constipation-the water all runs Ito j .
..1h month up to and including December. HOMESEE1CERS'tiket
the and throat instead of'
OFFER We will send you in a plain sealed case with no eyes nose t
markS to show contents FOUR FULL QUART Leave-1:20 p. m.. and 2:05 a. m. I passing out of the system through the | ,. Mill also be sold to certain points in ARIZONA, COLOR-

BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.20. and we Arrive from Jacksonville-2 p. m. 1I 1 OF APPLICATION FOR' liver and kidneys. For the want of AD- ), IDAHO MONTANA, NEVADA, NEW MEXICO and UTAH.
will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it,have your doctor and2a.m. Tax DeedUnder, Section:: 8 of Chapter moisture the bowels become dry and i
test it-every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say 4Sgg Laws of Florida. | ESPECIALLY LOW RATES TO DENVER and return August
and perfectly satisfactory.ship it back to us.\T OUR EXPENSE and your NORTHbOUND I hard. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and j
$l'0 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? You Arrive from Tampa-1 p. m., and 2 j 4.1"j j I Tar is the original Laxative Cough i :29: September:; 3, Inclusive, account National Encampment G.
don't risk T Notice hereby given'that L. J.
a cent. .
m. Syrup. It meets and corrects the > A. U. .
Orders for Ariz..Cal..Col..IdahoMont..Nay.K.Siex.,Ore..Utah.Wash. Lp'"Trs': ot r I Lt'ave-20 p. m., and 2:05: a. m. | I'r'us, nurhaser of tax certificate N<\I I11f.i. above conditions by acting as a pleas- |
or Wyo..must be on the basi. of I Ouarlw.for fc-I.OO by Kxprcss! I're.b I dated) the 4th day of November, COLONIST; RATES to CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHING
paid orU ATLANTIC COAST LINE I I.\. D. 1S95! has filed paid certificate in !
I all colds from the system and cures all TON"I'lul: ) the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. s NorthboundNo. my office and has made application for I'
coughs, croup whooping cough, la- Wrlt: HIP if yon want reliable information. Free literature
ks usoatvtws I 78, from St. Petersburg, Lakeland tax deed to issue in accordance with
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY rDtsyt lJ I iI grippe, bronchitis etc. Sold by the
---_ -It I'' and Tampa, arrives 12:40: p. m.; leaves I law. .::::aid certifi ate embraces the, Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. nritlf-d on request

Atlanta, Ca. Dayton, 0. St. Louis, Mo .St. PaulMinn. 1 p. m., for Jacksonville. following described property situatedin i
I Missouri Pacific Ry. T. E. REHLANDER,
403 DISTILLERY TROT, 0, ESTABLISHED 1666.Restanr Southbound Marion county, Ha., to-wit: Sw 41 ELECTION NOTICE

I No. :3y> from Jacksonville, arrives I I of SW'4. sec 5, tp 15, s, r :23! e. The I I I Inn Mountain Route.

.- -- 12:35 p. ir ; leaves, 2:55 p. m. said land being assessed! at the date of For Special Tax School District. at Texas & Pacific: Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent,

S. S. O. &. G. the issuance! of such certificate in the Kendrick International &. Grt. Northern.

No. 49, leaves 7:10: a. m., for Homo- name of parties unknown. Unless Notice is hereby given that an elec- '
,said certificate shall be redeemed according Denver &. Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
sassa. tion will held Kendrick
be at on
I No. 45, leaves 10:05: a. m., for Juli I to law tax deed will issue Saturday, September 23, A. D. 1905, I ab--
ette. Archer, Lake City and points of October A ,
thereon the 10th day ,
on ..
for the purpose of creating a specialtax i ''''! '''' 1 -J'F: '' .1I. '''., -'" r."L .-/
north. I D. 1905.
school district to be known as i
No. 47, leaves :3> p. m., for Homosassa, j official and _. .
Witness! signature
my school'| --- -- --
the Kendrick special tax --
Inverness and points south. i i
I seal: this the Tth day of September, A.I
disi i
No. 44 arrives 9:40: a. m., from HoI I ; district. The above proposed
D. 19Q;;. S. T. Fistrunk,
mosassa. trict to include the following described ;

No. 46 arrives 12:20: p. m., from | Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. territory: Section 20, 21, 22,23, i i BEYOND THE ROCKIES

-XFirst Class Meals verness, Juliette and points south. In-I 24, 23, 26, 27, 3'd. 36 of township I j,I
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -. __ _' -
No. 48 arrives 6 m., from Homo- 'I n
p. I : !
14, range 21, all in Marion county,
sassa. Circuit of the state of Florida,! I i
I Florida. And to elect three trustees
in and for Marion eount '.-In Chant ':
millage to be levied for said special
:Samuel P. Johnson, Complainant, vs. I
school district. 1---
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Dining Room open until midnight. Personal Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft Eliza A. Taylor and M. E. Taylor, Qualified electors at said election

attention given to special orders, anything glow of health and a pure complexion !) Defendants.It : are all qualified voters of said district I DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?
I make all women beautiful. Take a i I is hereby ordered that the defendants -! 1I
the market offers for the table who pay a tax on real or personal
on small dose of Herbine after each meal; herein named, Eliza A. Tay-I I
property therein. The following '
short notice.Dumb it will prevent constipation and help I lor and M. E. Taylor., be and I sons have been appointed inspectors !wonderfully \
digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Wm. ; hereby required to appear to the bill!
and clerk of said election: G. B. Chap- I unique and bizarre exposition with a trip to Californiaan
Waiter of in the above entitled ,
Connects With Bar M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex., writes, complaint
1 pell, J. T. Guthery and W. E. Nix
may 31, 1901: cause on or before Monday, the Gth' the sre', but a stop-over in Colorado en route. All these

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. I I "We have used Herbine in our family -i day of November, A. D. 190;;. I managers.By order and of the A. A.board Olin,of clerk.public instruction I noted sections of the country, which every good American intends -

for eight :years, and found it the : It is further ordered that a copy of
Price this, the fcth day of August, i to visit some time, can be taken in this year at the one
Special to Regular Boarders best medicine we used for constipation I I this order be published once a weekfor |
ever 1905. G. S. Scott Chairman
bilious fever and malaria." eight consecutive weeks In the low rate announced for the Exposition.

Soil by all druggists. Ocala Star.Dune:: Attest: W. D. Cam, Secretary. I
this the ath day of September, Geo. K. LEE, S. L. PARROTT,
A. D. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk, NOTICE i : I .1 ,U I
IvIcGra th's Stand Clerk Circuit Court Whereas, this board has given due! It Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt,

I By Mable Godson, D. C. notice as required by law that it would I
I Very Low Rate Round Trip Summer Hooker & DuvalComplainant's consider and determine at this meetingof V- Little Rock, Ark Atlanta Ga.

4 Tourist TicketsOn I Solicitors. the board whether or not they will I
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sale to i : -- ---- -
THE ORIGINAL daily various resorts North adopt the provisions of Sections 1 and

"N I and West, limited to October 31 to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 2 of Chapter 5450; of the Laws of Florida i

U ys 5 I turn. including CHICAGO, !.IIL re-I' Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-i and whereas, no citizen of the THE SHORT LINE
The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act
t KEE MINNEAPOLIS\ ST. PAUL, j ter 49SS. Laws of Florida. county has appeared before the board I

on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling 1 DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and I I Notice is hereby given that L. C. Grif-I objecting to the aforesaid law being TO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWESTVia

colds from .the system is new and originalin I PUEBLO.Extremity. i I fin. purchaser of tax certificate No. ;j j made operative as provided for In said

Kennedy's Laxative: Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE Low Rates to Portland, Ore. 2742.; dated the :3rd day of October A.]] Chapter 5450, approved by the govern- Chocngo, Omaha, S. l..'uis and Kansas City fa the -

(!' D. 1S9S has filed said certificate in i j jor of Florida, May 31, 1905. There-
i Account Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition ;;
my office. and has made application for i j I fore be iti
r ., nol LOS ANGELES. t tax died to issue in accordance with i Resolved That the provisions of

I law. said certificate embraces the following ;; Chapter 5450 aforesaid shall become

A certain, safe and harmless remedy for TRACE 4 : sleepers ONLY from LINE Florida operating to Chicago.through described property situated In ; operative and in full force and effect and (:oJll1ediol1O:. with 1 through sleeping _ear,\. One-Way Colonist (

Marion county. Florida, to-wit: E?fc I two months from the date hereof, to- _
all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, \ IHONEY I ONLY LINE operating through I Sates on sale from S-ptfrnlxr 15 to October 31 1905
I| of nwt+, sec 12.: tp IT, r ::. The sail I wit: On the 15th day of October, A. ,
La Grippe Bronchitis Influenza and all :sleepers from Florida te St. Louis with j
; DINING CAR SERVICE. I j[I land being assessed at the date of the I D. 1J05 and that any and all persons Ito California Oivgoii. Washington.: Montana, Utah, etc.
Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers i issuance of such. certificate in the name I violating its provisions and requirements -

praise the children's favorite Kennedy's Through FREE RECLINING TruristSleepers CHAIR to California CARS I j 1 of Harris and Sanders. Unless said I after that date will be liable Special Hound-trip Pates to California and the Lewis and

f-rtnuate shaH be redeemed according I to tie pains and penalties thereof.
Clark at Portland. 28th.
Exposition until
f Laxative. Honey and TarCOUGH Finest Dining uar oervice in the South Oregon, September
to law. tax deed will issue thereon II Unanimously adopted and ordered

TAR ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L. & N. ( on the 2
: SYRUP For rates and schedules to any ;oint IS'Ja. i This August 9. 1995. Information Cheerfully Given.

North or West, and for Pullman reservations Witness my official signature and H. W. Long,

]Frtparcd. at the Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT A CO.. CHICAGO V. S. A. call on or write George E. seal this the 15th day of August, A. D.I Chairman Board of County Commlssior.ers. G. W7. ELY T. \P. A. J.1''. V.1N1ENS'EL.4FE{ Gen'IAgt

..THB RED CLOVER BLOSSOM A3D IBS HOSBT BEE IS ON EVERY BOTTLB. Herring, Fla. Pass Agt, L. & N. R. R. 1905. S. T. Sistrurfc, I .

Sold by the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore, Ocala, FlaW .20C W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. I I Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co, Fla. Attest: S. T. Sfstrunk, Clerk. 13 Peaehtree Street., Atlanta Ga. -.

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