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The Ocala evening star.

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
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Volume 1I Number 87. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea

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'DAY. I "I'm getting Uedthat cat now "So you have given up sailing in the '
COMING IN EVERY
Mrs. Emmons," remarked the house bug class, Robertson," remarked the DAIRY <
: man In the blue suit, witha .
yachting
guest as he watched the Angora taking The trade mark ".$taadaisl" on
Among those Received Today Are: a leisurely stroll among the bric- LL J smile that plainly s aM: "I told you .
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Porcelain Enameled fixtures
a-brac on the mantfeL "At first I I Plumbing the big; boats are the only kind." For Your .Y

Queen Olives, Celery Relish thought she'd break thtng, but I see I means as much to you as our Not entirely," replied the owner .

ehe never: does." V y C name does when we install them. of a half-rater,,as he gazed at a small I
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,. Sweet Mixed Pickles IiES Fanning I wish somebody V V o i V In addition to the trade mark, each sailboat moored opposite the club I Pure Milk and, Cream
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Stuffed Mangoes and Sour would tell me what's the mystery !: J o V "StaatfcttT fixture bears the manu : house.

about that cat: ," pursued the gue"t, I; S 5 facturers' "Green and Gold" label, "Didn't I see you last Saturday i ?'

Gherkins in Bulk. I i plaintively. "Every time I speak of ,I which Is the guarantee of highest down on the lee side of the Conqueror Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.

Give our order man a jar'I her I feel a chill in the atmosphpr" I i quality. trimming in the staysail sheet! ?"

I l Miss Fanning closed. the sliding! "Y-es," reluctantly admitted Ro ert- Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
with next order and let : I
your door Impressively before she replied: son. "Chappcll was short a man, so I
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us fill it. Remember, these "Mr. Gregor we don't talk about that I FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC GO went out just to accommodate him I
> cat. She is supposed to be my fault ,. Besides, I couldn't ,have taken the
are all Heinz Goods and : but she isn't. I was out in the coun- I Pappoose out on account of a broken

3 Fresh. I| try two years ago and there was a I II I bowsprit. Ben Jackson sailed the

Mrs. Jordan who kept Angora cats I Fairy straight into my boat the other BARGAIN TIME

PROMPT DELIVERY AND POLITE that she was willing to part with at 1 I day. I called him good and proper. I '

ATTENTION $;a; each. Though I can't bear cats myself .' r't ]:J told him that he ,would have to stand IAT

I i it seemed such a bargain that 1 :' the cost of repairs."
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just mentioned it in' a letter to my i' "But. Robertson. I- thoueht you and I :
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. -
sister. She Instantly wrote me to semi 1- --- -- --- Miss Hartley were good friends, yet I -
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her Do call that fault? 1I I she didn't look j
one. you my I even your way just
j!I LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND I RED CROSS MATTRESSES II j '
"Then, when spring came, my sister now as she went down to the land- I The Ocala Steam -
DO YOU WANT and her husband were going to travel I R. R. ACCOUNTINGi ing." Laundry
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See the samples cut from Red Cross _
r i I sanitary mattresses at Mclver & Mac-!'! "We were friendly enough until the
i ;:; to $500 a month salary assured -
TOBUYAL1ii1k I| Kay's. These mattresses are made other day. I asked her to go sailing, -
I our graduates under bond. Our six! and she must have thought I owneda -
i II I !I! from the finest cotton, are In two
schools the largest in America and I schooner, for she down in
I I I en- I styles, "Perfection," and "Tufted," came one

I I .r I dorsed flY> all railroads. Write for cat- I and both covered with pretty art tick- of those white-duck dresses with blue I SEE OUR RED LISTPROTECT

j alfgUe.ore:: School l of Telegraphy' ; I ing. The mattresses are warrantednever

Cincinnati, 0., Buffalo. Y., Atlanta,I to get hard or lumpy. The prices ] Ii E
are $14 and Eli: for the two styles.' --- -- -- -- -----
I I Oa., I.a Crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Tex., i
San F'raLcisco, Cal.ALWAYS There is nothing better made and every -

1 I mattress is fully guaralitttd.I .
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SUCCESSFULI "' r I If
I I $25 REWARD i iI I 1 .
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indigestion becomes chronic =
I I will pay a reward of $15 for conviction i YOUR BOOKS !
I it is ilaiiKeiotis.: KoJuI bysirf-psia Cure i
} of any man in Marion county j i .
I \\ill tine lHlig.'tiuu and all troublesi I I J
Bo-You Want ToSell for violating the game law, and $:-5t; They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
: "'sulling thciefioin, thus preventing
JI.n where the party lives in Ocala. I! house exposed to dust and damage: Of course youcant
Rent I dl-irih of the Stomach. Dr. New- Henry Gordon, Sheriff. I': II I help it, if your bookcase is full' and of the old
or Buy I I biousrh of League, \\". Va., says: "To I II I II c i I style t solid construction. Better get rid of such a case,
those:: suffering from indigestion or I ..::: or start a new one that will always accommodate
a House, Store, I I | sour stomach I would say there Is no I I DRESSERS AND WASHSTANDS:| f.-.I _: j books without being either too large or too small-one your

I I i better remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia'I I -'-: jI that grows with your library and always fits it The

Lot, or Farm? <'ure. I have prescribed! it for a number II We have a particularly fine stock off I j I nw

of my patients with good success." odd dressers and washstands in all ;, ',, 9 t"b: \ ickc
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and didn't know what to do with : l.ij
Do You Want to J I
J1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what I prices, styles and woods. See the line | >
j I Beauty. I simply mentioned that Mrs. I
you eat and makes the stomach sweet before buying elsewhere. <:::::: I "Elastic" Book C
I Jordan boarded cats for $1 a monL'1didn't I <... ass
Insure Life I .> r
I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Mclver & MacKay.H. :> 2
I urge it, but they thought it I! : I is the
? original and only up-to-date sectional book-case
Limb ? would be a fine plan. It wasn't my I I i and is made by the .
or Property i i ... .,. largest manufacturers of such goods
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fault that they let the cat remain
I I II in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades,sizes
I| there all summer and then went to ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. I and prices, adapted to
THEN LOSE NO I around the neck and sleeves. She ;>
;] boarding In the fall so that they had I S. H, BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. certainly looked fine. All the fellows any and all require-
TIME IN SKhlXG no place for a cat. Well, the thing : I II ments. It's a system of
I on the veranda invited her out for a i <
ran along all winter. In the spring \i ii I j __ < units, each unit fittedw
DITTO & KALONEY i just after I had gone out in the couiij j sail, but she went with me. i i ith the perfection dust-
"And now she won't speak to ? proof roller bearing
I letter from Mr. Em- you
try again, got a I
-- I' What ?" door. But well be glad
COMMERCIAL was
wrong
BANK
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them if
you call
For ': once and arrange to sell that everlaat- I i "I don't know. She seemed surprised -,' or will send illustrated
when I told her to crawl aboard
i ing cat at any price. It seemed that I catalogue on request
WATCHESAnd Mrs. Jordan had the Pappoose and to be careful not to
YEll1 just sent him a bill OCALA FLORIDA II I
I I, the boat Well
for Beauty's board-$18-and he was: I tip over. you know

REPAIRSGO I excited. He said life was expensive: how wet these small sailboats are. ......
I enough without running a boarding I I 1 I You ought to have seen Miss Hart- .

I house for and Your flu i ino with will Protect ley's duck suit when we came in-it ,
TO I cats, so on-all in a Ir I Ii "s u* you Againstliiirghiry
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looked like the dickens. The minute r
i tone, too, as if I were responsible for I I
the whole Fire and} Careless of Funds. she got both high heels on the land ,
thing Handling
F G. B. WEII-IE I : J i ,
JI she !
ing disappeared-just simply
"I went straight over to Mrs. Jon !I Ii i iI gave

the i dan and there, if you'll believe it, was I iI me the cold shake
Jeweler.Perfection \ Beauty with six little brand-new kit. I "She hasn't sent you a laundry bill :'

tens. Mrs. Jordan insisted that the I INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS : yet?" ,

i I owner of the mother was responsible I "No. Well, I'll have to run out now

I' -- and fix the blamed boom. It looks as |
for the support of the family. You -- ,
Canopies ought to have seen the letter I got back I if the main sheet had worked loose j SOLID BY '

from Mr. Emmons when I The sail coyer seems to be nearly off,
I told him! THE OCKLAWAHA INN j:
He was wild. The gist of it was thatI I too. Say, old man, if you know of Mcivei' aud

was to give all those cats away a* any one who wants a nice little boat | MacKay,

I!! quick as I could. I A Pleasant, Homelike House; : In the bug class send him around. I

I "For one whole week I went frcaiI 'r. They are the only boats to sail-no i DC7TLERS IN .
bother to keep in shape, or-\\ at 'I
I I house to house trying to present cats I II Elegant, Airy Rooms and the '
am I going to do? Why, they want I
to people. It was a time of sudden
I me back on the Conqueror. I've concluded HOUSEHOLD .
i ehowers, remember so that on three /4.x very Choicest Table Board. ; FURNITURE /i FURBISH
different occasions while I was out to go back just to. accommodate

giving away cats I was caught in me t. ? Special Rates in Sunimsr, to' them"Austin
rain and spoiled everything I had on. I slammed the oars down on CCAL-A F'IC Rlf A.

I It's one thing to rave over an Angoracat Weekly and Monthly Boarders. ;,1 the landing and pulled the ding y I
., out with a jerk The rocking-chair J
as If it were your heart's desire, i
fleet on the clubhouse veranda knew
II and it's another to take it into thefamily I
f 4r' that something was wrong. Besides,
pl'fyY
5&i -I found that out. At first I
MRS. HATCHELL hadn't they been watching the big j
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people would be delighted with the w : ,
The best on earth for either iron or Idea, but by the time I got there with whitehulledacht tack back and 1
.. Proprietress. forth up and down the harbor and Is Your Bathroom: Modern ? ,
wood beds, or children's cribs. Most the cat almost Invariably they hal Ihadn't I -
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they seen it swing from the I
durable, sanitary and time saving.Ve changed their minds about having it. OCALA FLORIDA You have for the health 1s W
mooring and sail straight into a big cannot too many safeguards oRaP55
I believe it was the hardest week's I
are headquarters for everything in II schooner near by? of faiml) and sell; e:>peiuly i the growing children.
work I ever did but by Saturday ,
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beds of bed fittings, from the "How did it happen, Austin?" they Bad
canopyto I night I had given away every one of I i or antique plumb-j
the springs. Our prices ar,. always 'I the kittens and the mother cat. too I I asked as that sunburned young sailor J ing is as dangerous to the'

right : "I was just about to write a glowing I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OFHARDWARE i iI i I dropped wearily into a seat I I health as good or modern
1!! "Why," he little reluctant. t
replied
a '
of Mr. i 'i '
j account my success to Ernnwns I 4 plumbing i is beneficial. .

McIVER & MacKAY' I when I got a telegram from him tell! i I "Vanderburg, the owner of the I :, ,. The cost of renewing your .

Ins me to send two kittens and the JVauuie, telephoned me that after he i .cw taeod'
-- bathroom $
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mother cat to his office immediate | had invited a crowd down for a sail he '

Ii II i lIe had just discovered, I found afterward j found he had to work and begged me I I. i r,I I Ware will in reality be ", _

y I that the wife of a man hi- was to go down and take the wheel, saying : health assurance. y .i

J air .tr I trying to interest in a big deal was I, I I'd have nothing else to do, as there = v U'e have samples in .

crazy over Angora cats, and he ; was a good crew aboard. *' = "u our show rooms and will

I thought it would be a good thing to |: "Aboard I went. I approved the action I t 1-,:1"i t'=. {--4-t ladly emote ) "W prices.
I I P.I! make her a present In the same hour j Stoves, Heaters, Ranges. Every Kind of Wire Fencing of the crew in having tucked in I ,;

r with that message came a telegram j all the reefs. Then, after I had made I Ii i R. E. YONGE & CO.

from my sister, who was visiting j Phosphate Turpentine and Mill Supplies. room in the cockpit by shoving half a L .

Claribel, asking me to send all the j dozen pretty girls: in yachting dresses! I I

cats down there at once. Claribel i! away from the wheel, I told three of .,

wanted them. Sash, Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds the men to go forward and get the ,

"Well, I've always been considered I hook up. You see, the Jeannie was at : -- -- -

l meek and mild, but I.took my pen and anchor. The way those fellows went !

,t i told them that I had spent one whole I 1i / to work warned: me that they didn't i i ; If You Need

I week placing cats and. that as far as quite understand the genie art of get :

I I was concerned, they would have to ting the boat under way. I sent the ""

stay placed: 1 never got a word back. mainsheet man forward and yelled to Money Q ,
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I came home after awhile, but those i them to hustle, and the minute they I \ ,

; cats were never mentioned by any of i saw the anchor to let me know. I intended w ,'

A GlBver Goniniercial |I us. Then, just as we were beginningto I to get away on the port tack j i J' Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP .

forget about It and treat each other! I so I should! miss that schooner near I rl1'r3I/: ,

Traveler i|i naturally: again, an expressman drovu by. Of course I took it for granted ; :.; You can get the most liberal loans on your Dia .

up one day and deposited Beauty with I that the mainsheet man Knew enoughto I'f' monds. Watches!, jewelry, Furniture Tools aM all

Knows the value of a swell rig when ., a note from her owner saying that, make the jib the minute the anchor I -, Kinds of Personal Property.UNREDEEMED .

calling on his airons., and if he has !I as they were about to move, she was was up. i: Jr. 4 PLEDGES FOR SALEAll

been in Ocala before he knows that going to return our valuable cat with I "I stood: there at the wheel listeningto L 0 Business Strictly Confidential
i i thanks. 1 .I I, the mainsail trying to tar n-eif ..:}- U
many
the place to secure one, with Rood S? ;-'d sl
.II \P: M. RUBIN, Proprietor.
driver, handsome buggy, or carryall, I "I expected the thing would be to pieces above my head and wishing :=.,.. C> r "
I! would shut long enoughfor rya FU Ocala, Florida
with plenty of room to stow away his I talked out then, but it wasn't. That ; those girls up 1 14 North ilagnolla

x sample cases, and well groomed, well I cat came and here it stays like an unmentioned m;to hear what. tie crew forwardwere -

fed horses, fine as silk, can always be I walking specta. She has talking aoout."Ail !
i spoiled our home. Isn't it of a sudden one of those
simply
procured here at low prices. We will awful -
I ?" HAY TEDDERS yachtsmen stopped working the capstan A
service at low cost.
give you good LAJMB0RROUGH
looked the !
I I The visitor looked his sympathy. over side and yelled:

S. A. STANDLEY & CO. "But surely you would have no troui 'I see it, I see it.1 Then every one of i .
Grinders
1 i ble giving her away" he protested. Hay Presses, Mowers' Rakes, Knife and Tool those blooming: landlubbers stopped
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:, "Anybody with sense would jump at A C : St.uk ot Rc tirs fo' ii nth hauling the chain aboard and began' OR DRESSED '
I getting a cat like that for nothing:' I II ]j, \iiilete: yelling: There it is'! There It is! I ;,

L.ALEXAXDEPPractical I Miss Fanning dropped her embroidery -: DEERING HND McCORMICK "At first I thought some one had ': ;

and clasped her hands. fallen overboard but when we drifted ; See or Phone ./

"Oh, Mr. Gregor would you?" stt Machines and Implements. into the schooner-well I couldn't ''
I entreated. have the satisfaction while; those girls

CARPENTER AND BUILDER: "Well, aUy-tha.t la-I haven'tany were present of saying what I thoughtof i B. H. SEYMOURA: :

suitable place for a cat, you MARION HARDWARE COMPANY a crew that hadn't any sense. I r

Careful estimates made on all contract know," was the halting response. ,:,I "I think I'll quit this yachting game Cal'1
work. Gives more and better work News. !t -It'i too strenuous." PHONE NO. 25.
Chicago 1
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EVENING STAR WALLACE WILL BE A i II I M MUNROE lit& ) ARGUMENT FOR PROHIBITION i iI it t: CAPITAL $50,000.00

David Lauber of St. I LIIAmLII have bet-n reading the pros and j

lace F. Stovall of Tampa ,'ons on the subject which i is now agitating -;,

C. L BITTINGER & CO. the Tampa Bay Hotel for I 'the people of Marion county. '

viz: "Shall we, or :Shall: we Not, have ) HERBERT A. FORD President

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll NO UNPLEASANT BANKERS I JlJt-"n Saloons T* and to say I havebeen I GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .

amused at the subterfuge, the i WATSON, Cashier.
Proprietors and Publishers.
If you ever took false statements, etc., used: by the I ,

I lyly Risers for biliousness friends of whisky. would be putting it !

C. L. BITTINGER, tion you know what pill S Florida light. I say amused. Yes, and pained. '

Editor and General Manager These famous little pills We cannot say surprised. when we :

liver and rid the stop to consider how little they ha\> : CENTRAL NATIONAL .BA.NK
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R. R. CARROLL, without producing to say of truth to establish; their cause.

City Editor and Buslneu ManagerA Sold by the AnU- They have to resort to false: statements .

-- I callin us cranks, etc., for they ) .
LOANS. DEPOSITS.
AN have not the shadow of an argument ,

POINTER to bolster up a traffic that brings sorrow -' OF OCALA.

All persons in our city I and crime only to the victims ana

Ocala. merchants had best watch the for reading is limited by I floods our land with poorhouses, peni-

'it" advertising of the big McIntosh firm work are invited to ACCOMMODATION tentiaries and, idiot asylums, reform J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON _

; f of Christian and Dickson Company ings at the Epworth schools, etc., which: hard-working, hon- GEO, MAcIIAY. ED HILLER.
I' I _. ____ _____ .. Directors '
and thft Dunnellon firm of Christian i cial Rooms. Hours: 4 h "t people have -to work to supror I II HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

; and Gamble Company in th* Weekly to 10 p. m. The rooms. I Now, Maine which enacted a prohibition .. R. S. IIALL. .

:"' -. Star. These two big mercantile houses general public. J. CHACE I law in 1S51, and is now a prohibition -
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have contracted for a third of a page state-not statuatory but constitutionally -

., In the paper, which space they have BEST FOR SURGEON I -has been classed as a prohibition : LOW ROUND TRIP RATES

for two months, and failure. Let us fee about that. I
been using
now .FROM OCALA VIA J. E. ANKSTON1
are well pleased with the results. Mothers, be careful of The governor (lion. John F. Hill). said
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
If it is profitable for these two your children. Look out Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA in his inaugural address, June 2, 1901! : I

stores to use! this space, with half (the Colds, Croup and FLA. "The deliberate adoption of this policy. $23.75-Richmond, Va., and Return-! Dealer i'a
Stop them In time-One (Prohibition) ba people naturally
north half) of the county and our subscription -
Tickets sold September 10. 11 and i
list draw from certainlyan Cure is the best remedy. careful and conservative in their judgment -I
to
I Terms Cash. I 12, limited to return to September | Lrih md1 {CJ.lp il :! itaLP&h Dj ll
Ocala merchant, with the entire I pleasant. Contains no was the inevitable result of a 25. Side trips: will also be sold from ( .
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draw from, cannot afford by the Anti-Monopoly moral evolution which recognizes the I
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county I demoralizing and far-reaching evils of I Richmond to all points south, at rate i ";rl"l rl ,t ; Hf f/iA u{ in the .
not to be represented paper. of.one fare, plus 25 cents, for the ---j ",:" ..;; .;;) ; \o:;;) ... .u_ ;;Jt
STARTLING intemperance and sought" to eradicate
Keep your eye on this firm's advertising. I
It is.going to pay. them from the community, and embodied round trip. 11'"fP'IPh' ; :1r 1 "'h n'Til "lp>{DLi&Y.
$33.95:> -Philadelphia, Pa, and Return. _;;J_ --
-- Statistics show the conviction that a traffic 1

I' I from appendicitis and LOOK which took imn from th ranks of Tickets sold September 13, 14 and
WE MAKE THE LIMIT SIXTY DAYS
1 prevent and cure these j: productive industry robbed them of 15, via all rail, and for steamer sailing XO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS.

1I I there is just one their sober faculties. destroye their II ; September 13, at 5 p. m., and I
The Iron Mountain Route has now 16th at 6 p. m., via Savannah andM. SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US
King's New Life Pills. so>lf respect and made them a burden /
on sale very low rate tickets to Hot 11 Custom House Place. : ;nn1 menace to those who had the right & M. T. O Final limit, Septem- .
Springs Ark. Tickets can be bought bt-r :3U.: but extension be obtained SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
"They have no equal for I t" I look to them for support and pro- may -
on certain days during July. August, i WAIT .. until October 5 by payment of fee
and Biliousness. 25c.:; at r. ti.m was hostile to the public interfsts -
and September fare plus two I
one of
$1 to joint agent at Philadelphia.
nopuly Drugstore. and wholly contrary to the
dollars for the round trip. Write for Phone No, -J U. Stalls U and J 3, City Market.
i spirit and purpose of a Christian civil- $1..t5-Via Savannah and Steamer.
literature descrljjjlve of hotels, etc.I. .
E. Rehlander, T. P. A. I THE COLONEL'S i, iz'ition." Alluding to ante-prohibition I $3-1.05-Eureka Springs, Ark. FREE DELIVERY.Turpentine .

Chattanooga, Tenn. I WATCH : times in Maine, he said: "The temptations $42.10-Washington, D. C. Ticketsets

Colonel John M. I of drink were everywhere-I sold daily, good until October 31.I ___ u_ __ _

Grove, Texas, nearly ihlt- and too often found victims in the
BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $4000If I $51.15-Chicago, 111-Tickets on sale.
I loo from Liver and i 1I.'t'Outh of our state. Today in aitigt
1 daily, good until October 31.
a recent letter, he says: majority of our country towns.
taken soon we have for sale a I dead of these complaints our Handsome: ) Line of ihtrc exists practical prohibition. and $34.75-Eldorado, Mo. Tickets sold on :
brick block, containing three stores I
I tried my family the: law against the I liquor traffic i is as I' first and thin Tuesdays of August Operators
large hall, six offices above, on very Fall and Winter Joods: to ht'a1.i'iv'Iiig :
no good; so I got a 50c. j well enforced as against any other I and :September, final limit sixty days I
reasonable terms. A fine investment; I ,
will pay 15 per cent. or more. If Interested great Electric Bitters, in a few days I = j i form of crime." Governor Frederick I from date of sale, not later than October .

I consider them the I I Robinson said in his inaugural address 3Lt35.90Portla:1d
inquire of Ditto & Maloney.O'ala I -
from N'vtl'k where(
earth, and thank God, : "Prohibition has worked immense -
Fla. I il Seattle, ATTENTION !
Oregon
advantages for the state of
the knowledge to make j 0111' Hnver now io': !
Washington, Tacomrt Washington,
and ,guaranteed to I Maine." The vast sum of money that I
A CAR OF IRON BEDS Everett,
Bellingham, Washington
tills of the
Biliousness and Kidney II formerly went into the saloon ,
Washington, Victoria. B. C., VanCouver -
Anti-Monopoly keepers is now spent for improving -
We have just placed i It our storea I Boston Store.BURNETT |! farms households and a thousand B. C. Going via any direct route,.

solid carload of iron beds among that benefit and returning via same: or any other direct -
society
ways
CURED OF -
which different I 1"1 route. Tickets sale to
are over fifty patterns en daily
I entire state feels the b nefic'
to select from and many different Gee. A. Sherman, __ I fei"t" September 30. inclusive. I The Standard Naval Stores Company ot Jacksonville,

prices. This is the handsomest line of j h .II If sI
iron beds in Florida. Come in and Lawrence disease Co., N.for Y.. mine from other governors. I will say Angeles California. Tickets on sale: I Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent

look them over. Mclver & MacKay. kidney I I this: The Maine governors for the at intervals in months of July, Au-
had been treated by I and will flat Savannah for Rosin
last forty years with one exception. gust and September. producers pay prices -
twelve had taken
DEVOURED BY WORMS years; I
I h.i\e in their inaugural addresses or Tickets on Sal Daily, Good to Return
kidney! medicine and
I; ill Mime other prominentway declared and Spirits Tuipentine delivered at either Jackson
j
that October 31
Children often cry, not from pain were THE TAILOR in favor of upholding1 the prohibitory !
niitf until I began I ] $51.31-Asbury Park, N. J. ville Fernandina. Free of
abund- insurance
fed
but from hunger, although I I law of Maine. Had we the 81'3l'e1' !|. or storage, or commission -
Cure. The first
antly. The entire trouble arises from ney | would give the words of elr.ineitstttesmen 'i: $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J.
ed me, and four bottles I Has Moved Into His We also 'to make liberal
their food is not assimilated charges. are
S inanition of this terrible disease. II j on this question. I will i il I i $52.55-Chautauqua, N. Y. prepared

but devoured by worms.A New Brick Store l give you what Hugh J. "hteholm.; esq.. '[ $62.20-Halifax, N. S.
gan taking Foley's advances. methods of in tank
few doses of White's Cream Ver- I a wealthy business! man and successful I Investigate oar shipping,
to make water about Hot Va-
$42.35- Springs,

mifuge and will begin cause to thrive them to at cease once, very crying minutes day and night No n E. Fort King Avenue. 'I[prohibitory'manufacturer law. has has recently been said an: equal"The']j'i, 54.05Niagara Falls, N. Y. cars-it will save you'lots 01 money. For further information /

much to the surprise and joy of the I brick-dust substance, I j; $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
benefit to the moral and financial con- !
slimy substance. I See his fine line of piece toSTANDARD
apply
Sold all
mother. by druggists. ditinns" of the whole people of Maine. Summer Tourist Rates are on sale

I have Kidney died Cure.if "I had Sold not by c'M goods for summer:clothing I The returns of the savings banks, i to all Summer Resorts.

INCREDIBLE BRUlALITY showing large numbers of depositors. For further information call uponor
I Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. _ i I write to
arid the average "f each depositor and

It would have been Incredible brutalIty the general comfortable manner in I J. llaughs, F. J. Huber, NAVAL STORES CO

If Charles F. Lemberger of Syracuse THRtE JURORS Jetty Burnett. \\hi 'h the great masses of the people I C.T.A., D .T. A.

N. Y., had not done the best he I. I live throughout the state warrants in I Ocala, Florida. _

could for his suffering son. "My boy." Of Cholera Morbus Merchant Tailor. I iiijudgment. the absolute continuance -I J. S. Ilartsell, D. P. A.. Tampa, Fla. I

he says "cut a fearful gash over his Bottle of of prohibition. Personally.: T! JTaclsLsomrille Fla.

eye. so I applied Bucklen's Arnica should lx ,..t'rt'or to see changeIIIIIt
era and Diarrhoea ; any Arrival and Departure of Trains at I
Salve, which quickly healed it and II
in the present laws as I regard
OcalaSEABOARD -- -- --
saved his eye." Good for burns and Mr. G. W. Fowler of .1
PICTURE MOULDINGSWe them as very beneficial to the entire

ulcers, too. Only 25c. at the Anti-Mo- relates an experience population of the state. In fact, I have I AIR LINE
serving on a petit jI.1Florida
nopoly Drugstore. I I case at Edwardsville. have just added a big shipmentto such strong faith in the prohibitionlaw i Schedule in Effect April 16 I East Coast Railway.

an already large line of picture of Maine that in laying out and SOUTHBOUND _
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN I Clebourne county, .
a frame mouldings, making our stockif arranging for the development and future - --- -----,
and 2:05 --.i
"While there I ate a\"e-l:20 p. m., a. m.
these goods the handsomest and of Rumford Falls. I have Arrive from Jacksonville-2 m..

j Plump cheeks flushed with the soft and some souse meat best in the countl). Hundreds of different rated in almost all the deeds ineorpo-I- and :2 a. m. p. Loal Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. i/ 1903. (.
_____ glow of health and a pure complexion cholera morbus in a \' ,
szes; designs and finishes. !11'oroertto the various purchasers ailause I XORTIILOUKD
make all beautiful. Take I sick
women a was never more
which calls for the foreiture of
small dose of Herbine after each meal; sent to the drugstore ilclver & MacKay. Arrive from Tampa' p. m., and 2 SGUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUN3-REA3: : UP.
the )property and improvements thereon -
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It will prevent constipation and help cholera mixture but n.m. --
LIBRARY TABLESWe I: if any intoxicating liquors are manufactured Leave-2:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. No.. !\9'So. 29 !>?.:78'Xo. *'
digest what have eaten. Mrs. bottle of STATIONSI.iiIy
you Wm. me a I I
or sold on the premises for nally I u..ily liatIyI
M. Stroud Midlothian, Tex., writes. Cholera and -
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'- have the prettiest and most three successive months. ATLANTIC COAST LINE I 5 til I' 9 ''I a Lv ........._.....Jacksonville.V -.........__.. Art 7 ,0 I" "to aI
may 31. 1901: stead saying that he complete line of oak and mahogany What does the Maine legislaturesay NorthboundNo. I I 6 U7 j. 3 Jft ... .. _.._...._ ). Jacksonville: ._.._ LVi 6 ;;: I' 84a
"We have used Herbine in our famIly for, but this medicine 0 15 p 10 ,.; a" ......_._St. Angnitiim_.__ r. $0 I' 'j ,0 II
i library tables ever shown In Ocala.A ? "The law was enacted in 1S31. 73, from St. Petersburg, Lakelandand I 6 53 p II 3; a" _._......._.....Hastings.. _.__. I li; 6., a;
for eight years, and found it the better that he would 7iJ( llf.0a '. ............... Ea..C Palath__ "lU.I' 6
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big shipment has just arrived. You In If6: ; ;, a license law was substituted, Tampa, arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves: ,_ | : l 21 a'
best medicine we ever used for constipation me in the fix I was in. law 1 m., for Jacksonville. --. I flnp trlipAr .....................1'4IatJ..a.. ...___ L41OP Ii t'Ua
bilious fever and malaria." of it "and was better are cordially invited to inspect them. but in u..S: the prohibitory was reenacted p. w t 6 43 p' 11 2- a Lv .................... PaJa.tka. .._...__. Ar 500 I' _6 55 a: ::
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Ich'erlacKa '. in the legislature. There were SouthboundNo. I. 8 ."' J, '7 2 0>, j p'Ar"; ...::..-...-...)'an Thiako...._..__.... Lv "2)ip ... .I _
Sold by all druggists.A The second dose oJ
2S votes for the prohibitory and 28 2'J! from Jacksonville, arrives :: _2FI'. _80Jji Lv .::::::=.::=:.S.tn. :Iatl'' -:.::::._.....-. Ar _t<.2"i'. 'itOa.
Two fellow jurors against it." It not for 2:35 leaves, 2:55 m. : 7 > ji; 12: 31 pLY __..........--... !'e.t:& ............_._. L" 3.1 '. 5 ;,.li. 4
rr. p.
LOST-A sack coat, dark pepper and was necessary p. Id ___ _.... .... ..
LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP the same manner and I 8 01: p 1247 p Junndlls ___.... ::1.1 p. :5 3a'
salt color Thursday, In going to Anthony I the question to sro before the people. : S.S.O..G. 8 10 I> I:: 53 p .. ...___.._...Iupont... .-_..__ .. 3s7.1: 5 2' a _
-- I tle cured the three of u ,. it did to I 0\ 8 41 p 1 :28 p .. .___ _.....OrulUnd ....___._ .. : 3 hI I' 4 :!g a,1,..
t\ cold or cough nearly always pro- the Postotfice somewhere this side of Griner but a;: a matter of form go I No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. in., for Homo- \ 8 54 p 1 33 P. .___._........Iafl.ca.....___ I :3 011 I' 4 ; A
Farm school.! Autograph pencil Xo. :2 : the voters of Maine. What was the sassa. soil> laip" __......._I'.rt OrRn e.....__ 2501. 4 '1
duces constipation-the water all runs in inside! pocket. Suitable reward if I I result? It was overwhelmingly sustained. i' No. 43, leaves 10:05 a. m., for JuliI _9t;:> P 2 1 5;_pAr_.._.--.....NeW IJIrL.L.! ...__....... 230..,_4 15 O
to the eyes nose and throat instead of, LOUISVILLE I,1\1 21: .1 3 41 pAr ...._._._..Lak..Hl'lcD._..__ L'i )245I.dop: : .,
passing out of the system through the & Itrf' at th.. Star office. In IS84 it was again submittedto I ette Archer, Lake City and points .: 10 39 a 355... ..__..... .Ora'g City_...___. .. 1 3)1.: 6S'1
I I the people to make it more permanent north. z !.10. 45 a 4 00 p .........Oral1g6 City Jtmncti'n._ ._ .. 12.1 4:> I'; r>
liver and kidneys. For the want of Very Low Rate LOST Oil STKAYE1) from the Star it became constitutional law. No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, I 9 jTpr77sT Lv _.. .__....ew firnJrna.._.___. Lv 2i1l: J' .0; Ii p.
moisture the bowels become dry and I I a Inverness! and points south. r- i 110 W p 2 51 p .__...._.Ok HIU_ .. ... 1 54 I't! A :;
hard." Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tourist building Wednesday Maltese e cat ,An i I If prohibition does not prohibit. what.. No. 44 arrive 9:40 a. m., from Ho ... 110: ,9 ;', 3 30 p Ar. -. ...-_...... 'fi\un IIA __............ 115 p :3 (.. II, rr,
Answers t" the name of Psyche. Any !I a set ef fools must live in Maine! i 9 ou A.... ....... Ar ....-.-.-..-.- ulf"r.l .._......-.- LI"(Aja ,U coO a:
Tar is the original Laxative Cough On sale daily to I I mosassa. : I!. h 110 Ot a LT __..._..._.. nf ,r.I..____. Ar ..... waC
", Syrup. It meets and corrects theabove and West, limited to iiif-irmation a? to her whereabouts or Tire are peopl" In Florida who ate I :No. 15 arrives 12:20 p. m.. from Inverness :ill'3\ 30 pLY; __._ Tit 4Sdlle...__ iT'1 15 p: .j :J
turn, including r..t'_.11 to this office will be suitablyi \illing to be classed) with just such Juliette and points south. 110 1* p, 4 P p ._____Cl Coa..._.....___. .. 2 31 I' :: I' ..I
conditions by acting as a pleas- ... 11 22 13: __..._.. hr'cklriIe...__ : }
ew.n ded. and God speed the day when No. 4S arrives 6 m., horn Homo- j.- p ,1':1 I': 216 "I
people p. -1
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ant cathartic on the bowelsexpels EEE nX .\ 1\ r.U 11 51 p i 451" ....__..__Eau: ( a3Us..._. 115sa' 111 a,
- colds DENVER. the whole state of F'hl ida will havp assa. 12 is5 a' t Up'" ___.......Melbourne______ .. 111'1& J ;' A'h
all from the system and cures all 12: 51 a 5 :(7 p ____IebatIai .____ .. J1 1'1.. 1..1 a ...
coughs croup, whooping cough, la- PUEBLO. This Is koaaic weatfter. We sell ko- perched on her banner "Prohibition. 'A 139 a 6 23 p' ..__._...St. Lu..ie__. lu I A 1 tJ&' n, :.
laks and kodik things. The Postoffice We asked the last legislature to submit ELECTION NOTICEFor I _4. 1 55 al, 6 45 p1" ___.l.c,11 Plerce........_ ]CJ Ii a I: :s I': -.
grippe bronchitis etc. Sold by the Extremr'y Low Rates = 2H8 7 O* p' ___ Tlbbal>l ___ 9 :-i a 11 3,: j.'
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Drugstore.We this question to the people but I' .;:: 2 :t1 a 7 12 p _._....._..._._Et1en..........__ .. 9.1" II I< |>- CftKJ
\ccount Lewis & were turned down. It does not follow Special Tax School District at': 2 2-* a 7 17 p .______ J"nS4'_ _.__ ". 11 vl A 11 ; I'
position; also to S.-\ i J) ; 3 83 a'; 7 28 p _...___.... fituar.._ __ : 91: a I' ot pj '0
STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS have a complete line of suit cases that we shall not ask again. Our state Kendrick j _:J : 30;; a 7 56 p ..._........flIie SiounlW _.__ .. i 8 41: a (0 I; p'fe
md LOS ANGELES. that an elec- : 27 8 11 pi" __......_ *t ....._ }4 p''
i is stirred up on this question and those Notice! is hereby given j ; 3 a < Jllrlt"r. : a 1 M :.:
and
; grips, from J3 to $16. and
ONLY LINE we J 44 a 8 n P. ,...........HVest Palm Beach.BvynVia __ ; ; 44 a -'t' p! _
When your ship or health strikes the think you would do well to look at who will represent us in legislativehalls don will be held at Kendrick on I 4 32 a S M p __........_.._ _.._.__ 7 li a 9 1 |,,
sleepers from Florida in the future will. we trust. havea Saturday, September 23, A. D. 1905, !I ,_e i 4 43 a. 9 2" p. ___..__.. .,...relray..._.___._ 7 '41 ft :t (M u _
hidden rocks of Consumption. Pneumonia ONLY LINE them. Ocala Furniture Company. :J 5 37 a JO 21 p _...___"ort Lau etc., you are lost if you don't different constituency" back of them. I for the purpose of creating a special ;- i I 54i A 11\30 p' _.._....._.. DanlaHaUandite...___... 6 lo ... 6 OT f,; Sj
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sleepers from Florida : f :5 5H 10 ___._.. ._. 5 h a '11
| Would like to say more for 3.laineand tax school district, to be known as a nil" ; PJ ex.
get help from Dr. King's New Discovery DINING CAR \. Have you seen" nose little alcohol I II I ',24: a 11 .'1 p," ..__...___ Lemon City_....._ S 4 a 7i j l. .
t for Consumption. J. W. McKinnonof Tourist stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just J I i sMk| for North Dakota but this arti- the Kendrick special tax school w a n is pAr, .._.....___.Miami ._.._ ._._. LT 5'-" is.j: :
Through -
i IdE.- is sufficiently long for this time. I district. The above proposed Talladega Springs, Ala. writes: "I FREE RECLINING the thing for these hot days, and cheap Iaily Iii
Mrs. W. J. Sulivan. I 1 to include the following described II JlUUt..Tt.\1I J.XTL.IOIin ,
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had been very ill with Pneumonia, under loo. Costs you 75c for the stove and
d Finest Dining var ;;) i p..I\\'iew.\ Fla.. Sept. IS. I: territory: Section ;::0, 21, 22, :23! i 1'UII_
the care of two doctors but was :2c.: an hour to run itMARKET .-- --,
getting no better, when I began takingDr. ASK FOR i 24, 25. 26. 27, 34, So and 36 of township I j 800. ......n.._ Lv ._ ._.l1uj-....._ Ar: --_ S oI I'
i I Marion I I J1030 _....... Ar __H emebt-aL L'r...__,_ 1 Of paNo.23NO.2LNo,191)ajIy
King's New Discovery. The first For rates and GIVEN UP TO DIE 14, range 21, all in county j I t a1.t I t
Florida.. And to elect three trusteesof -, -- -
dose gave relief and one bottle cured North or West, and >e. 17 "
me." Sure cure for sore throat, bronchitis servations, call on or MENUWestern !1 B. Speigel. 1201 x. Virginia St., Ev- said district and to fix the rate of'.I, V1TPnCT I'I'\SCII !, .o. tA I,.f). ."..,) ..... t

J coughs and colds. Guaranteedat Herring. Fla. Pass. | nsviilfe, Ind., writesFor: over five millage to be levied for said special I Only"OD. ,: Oiily!'tUD. I i l1aily I I hun.Ix. !, nail) Ouiy2(1IOiOa .0. .j joiJ.r.: .

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price. 206 W. Bay St., i j years, I was troubled with kidney and school district. I -,,.-,I I -'___ _'_
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50c. and $1. Trial oottle free. j b :if dor affections which caused menu Qualified electors at said electionare : G0t31"! II a r.v..JacksntiI'e." ...._ Ar. '7 : I! :1) ; :: .. ...._
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I 2OpIOIa: 6Op j II 2a .u' .S..Jacks4eikLv: :! I' step. .. .
h pain and worry. I lost flesh and all qualified voters of sail district 240T. 10 51) a 54p' 8 a '. Pa.blo. I'.a..h_ 70a 1I.o & 4rop ... ....-.
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ABSCESS Beef Veal, Florida w -t all run down. and a year ago had who pay a tax on real or personal :245j. IOa: 64ip i oa IJ 4 'U P
:3OOI1iiOa1tOOp. s2aj"! ...........Yan.orL__ n A Ii ;;U & 4501. ... ...
ABSCESSES with few exceptionsare I Air Line :to abandon work entirely.: I had three Iroperty therein. The following per- -
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inicative of constipation or debil I Stall Fed Beef, Motion Ar- I of the best physicians who did me sons have been appointed inspectorsand

SPECIAL i no good and I was practically given clerk of said election: G. B. Chap- PDINSILAR AND OCCIDENTAL Srt4ISIIIP CONXEQiONS AT ML4HL \

= ity.W.. H. Harri5<.)n. Cleveland. Miss., $28.30-Hot Springs mour's: Stat Ham, Armour's 1 up t-> die. Foley's Kidney Cure wa j I pell, J. T. Guthery and W. E. Nix, ---- ..
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writes Aug. 15. 190: : "I want to say a'I Tickets on sale first I I ,-o-mmended and the first bottle gave i managers and A. A. Olin, clerk. Close Connection Made at Miami "!Iih Steamships of tbe P. &; 0. S. S. Cur..y1or:

word of praise: for Ballard's Snow Lin days with final 1 Pork Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas ; me great relief, and after taking the :j By order of the board of public instruction !

iment. I stepped on a nail, which II $30.95-Philadelphia, I ;slfltj bottle I was entirely cured." i this, the 5th day August, HAVANA AND KEY WEST.Tbf .

caused the cords in my leg to coa- Tickets on sale :::: j Turnips, Beets, s.I i by the Postoffice Drugstore. 19.:; G. S. Scott, Chairman

tract and an abscess: to rise in my I ", ,,;a, Fla.Xunnally's. : Attest: W. D. Cans, Secretary. .
and 13 limited Potatoes Irish f Time Table show the! times at wht-h trains j;'av V f'xt 't"W to arrive ss4ln .e'..
Sweet
knee, and the doctor told me that I ber 25, with Pota- >m the several eiations but Uielr armal "t dci. rtun. >t Uie tiir. .. ,. .l'-.i i. tfifurwr .: .....
stiff I U ttls Company fe>be hel-1 responsible for anyl1t'laII.r; *o y c.'n..flle..r.o'.anatag t&* '..frnmI
would have a leg, so one day I II October 5. candle!! fresh every week. $25 REWARD
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toes and Onions.
went to J. F. Lord's drugstore (who Summer Tourist Spanish I ity express, and only 60c. per poaniI I! .

Is now In Denver Col). He recom- I You don't have to pay for the name : I will pay a reward of $15 for con- I For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
- tain and seashore '
mended a bottle of Snow Liniment. I W. P. EDWARDS. in buying these goo-is and th re is no viction of any man in Marion county!

got a 50c size and it cured my leg. It Low rates to the I better candy sold in this market Sold for violating the game law, and $:::5 "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." "'_

Is the best liniment In the world. Sold Special rates to I I and recommended by tie PostoJTice I whne the party lives in Ocala. I "
I I J. D. RAttERsst.. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
by all druggUtt. California" points..' Phone J08. City MarketAN Drugstore. I Henry Gordon Sheriff. = .


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OCALA OCCURRENCESMr. A SMOKE AT SMOAK'SThe We have the exclusive sale of the Famous LOCAL LEGISLATIONThe .


kitchen flue set fire to the roof city council met last night with ON MONDAY NEXT

M. Rubin la out after a short 1lIneso. at Mr. J. L. Smoak's residence: in the the following members present: Pres- .

second ward this morning. Mr. Smoak BLACK CAT HOSIERY ident Gates Messrs, Ford, Mclver Mc- ,

and a bucket brigade soon extinguished : Kean. Weathers and Ford. After disposing -

A full line of cigars ana tobacco. Tyft I the blaze. .I of all minor business, the coun- ,

cUnp Co.Peyton --- cil took up the revenue ordinance. It

WEATHER FORECAST 1 is An ordinance for the assessmentupon We Will Sell Tinware at :;

Bailey has returned from I I for Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls. real estate and personal propertyand .

"Waycrofjs, Ga. Washington. Sept. 20.-Fair tonight the collection of revenue and taxes tf

and Thursray. for the city of Ocala." This was the Following Low ;

A ft library vote with every 5c. THE KIND THAT WEAR read and adopted by sections, and then ,

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purchase at Troxler'a.J. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy and there placed on its third and final '

j reading and passed. This is one of the Pukes: --
) A. Preston of Jackson vile is at
local applications, as they cannot best pieces of work the city has donein .
/ the Ocala House. New Dress Goods Now
,_ reach the diseased portion of the ear. on several years, and it required a

There is only one way to cure deaf- special act of the legislature to legal-

WANTED-To rent a cottage, in ness and that is by constitutional rem- ize it. Mr. Ford offered the following,

good location. Apply at Star office. edles. Deafness Is caused by an Display which was seconded by Mr. Weathersand Fluted. turban shaped cake pans____________________ fie .

flamed condition of the Mr. Mclver and unanimously -
mucous passed
Mr. J. M. Fisher has gone to Tam of the Eustachian Tube. When In-I : Deep muffin pans?, stamped and all in one piece______ 8c. _

pa on a few days visit. tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling RELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY "That in view of the fact that froma -

and when I Tin cake cutters_________________I___________-____ 2c.<
sound hearing of
or imperfect misunderstanding the matter, a .
Fresh roasted and new boiled pea- It is entirely closed Deafness is the I resolution was passed at a former

nuts every day at Martina news stand. result, and unless the inflammationcasn -- -----_.----- ---- --- I meeting of the council criticising Mr. Enameled cake cutters___-________ _____,__________ 2c. "

be taken out and this tube I Charles Rheinauer for certain actionin
Mr. R. B. Freeman of Jacksonvilleis re-I R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK Tin sifters____-----------____ ___________-__ ______ fie. _
stored to its' normal condition, Coal connection with sanitary matters, ,
at the Montezuma I -

# I will be destroyed forever. Nine cases FULLER & BLALOCK such resolution is hereby reconsideredand Pieced tin milk strainers, wire botton with rim________ fic '
i out of ten are caused by Catarrh, I rescinded and Mr. Charles PJiein-
W. H. Young of Louisville Ky., is .f
which Is nothing but an Inflamed con- Blacksmith. DENTAL SURGEONSOffice auer is hereby requested to reconsiderhis
at the Ocala House. Colander, fluted, two side handles;__________________ 8c.Biscuit ,
I dition of the mucous surfaces. resignation as a member of the

We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor Egg and Charcoal.AT Over Munroe & Chambliss1 Bank Board of Health, and retain his position -.
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- pans___. ----- ---__i_______________ ________ 4c. -
any case of Deafness (caused by thereon. as the city council is in :
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's OCALA, FLA.
hearty co-operation with the sanitary
pany. Tin dairy pans________ ___..: n. ?_!_______ 3c to JOc
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. work now being done by the Board of _
lcI\ EH: & .MACKAYSSCHOOL :

Mr. J. B. Peacock of Columbus. Ga., F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O. Terms Cash.The Health." Tin pudding pans_____-____ ______________ 3c. to JOc.
is at the Ocala House. Sold by druggists 75c. Take Hall'sFamily The council then adjourned.NUMEROUS


Pills for constipation.Mr. Tin wash bowl-________________-_____________-____ 4c. _
OFENING
Limeades from fresh limes. Drink I AND WORTHLESS .
Alt. li Owens, the undertakerat bright and pretty little daughter '
freely and you won't get bilious. At Everything is in the name when it Tin wash bowl______________________ _1__ _ ____ 8cT' .
Troxler'a. Mclver & MacKay's, left Tuesday Miss Sharpe's school will reopen of Mr. and Mrs. GtorgtIcGahagin
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
I for Asheville. N. C.. t<' recuperate fora Monday, October 2, 1905. at the same died at their home in Dunnellon this
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discoveredsome rinsing pans____-_______--_____._________-_i___ 9c.
Mr. C. W. Joseph of Clearwater Is few days, he having been on the sick roms 125 S. Second street. morning, after a week's illness. She
how to make salve i
years ago a
for few list for the last two weeks. Mr. Owens Departments as usual-Kindergar- was two and a half years old. The '
{ at the Montezuma a days. 1 from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Japanned bowl and pitcher..:___ _ ______________ 39c.
will make his home in Ocala permanently ten Primary and Preparatory. little body was taken to Plant City today I II
Piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching and
Welch's grape Juice always on hand and will bring his wife and I For further information address for burial at the former home of I
I I protruding piles, eczema, cuts, burns, Japanned cuspidors ____ __________________________ 8c.
for family trade at the Postoffice I two pretty and interesting daughters, (Miss) Annie M. Sharpe 32 S. FourthSt. Mrs. McGahagin. The: bereaved parents -
bruises and ah skin diseases, DeWitt's -
Drugstore.Mr. aged respectively eight and eleven ., Ocala, Florida. have many friends in Ocala, who
I I Salve has no equal. This has given Egg poacher________________ ____ _____________,-- 8e.
years back with him. They will keep will deeply sympathize with them in .
W. G. Taylor of Gainesville was I rise to numerous worthless counter- f
house. Mr. Owens is most ARE YOU GOING WEST ? the loss of their only child.
in town yesterday.' I a eoinpej feits. Ask for DeVltt's-the genuine. Wire dish strainer________ ____ __________________ JOc.
j tent undertaker and furniture man and
I his services highly valued his If you are going west with the next Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
are by
For a private detective phone No. 198! \ F. & A. M. Wire cork pullers______ ______________ ____________ 2c '
house.D. two or thie mouths, consult this of-
or address Detective McEthrldge, fk-e. It will b- to your advantage.Mr. A regular communication lIon. II.V.. Long of Martel is in

Ocala Fla. I of Mal ion- the city.An .
M. lioney, the eyesight specialist, I II
Dunn I. Jge. Xo. 19.
I C -' I;'. Dittmer of who
will make free examination: of ii. Holder I Irl"nh.tl
MPeacock: of Williston I U at j je I eyes from rmw until the 17th of Sep your tluDr.. J. M. Thompson residenot / F. & A. M., will beheld earnest invitation is extended to And many more bargains in
I in the
1 Montezuma. tember. All work guaranteed. Optical -, will move his family to Ocala temple. all strangers and visitors who chanceto
Thursday evening, 7.Yio.iting ri
Sept.
in the first of next work. be in the city to make themselves
building.The
parlors upstairs Gary
I I tinware
coal and black1mllh'scoal j
Charcoal egg brothers cordially invited. at home in the Epworth Reading and -
will now be kept in stock at all SPRAINSS. J. E. I
W.
Chace M.
Ocala Rifles, one of the best I Social Rooms. Hours: 4 to 6 and 7:30

times by Mclver & :MacKay. j military companies in the state, held avery A. Held. Cisco, Tex., writes March Jake Brown, Secretary. to 10 p. m. Rooms over Teapot Gro- -

11, 1901 "My wrist was sprained so cezy. -AT-
C. M. Dunnaway of Valdosta Ga., is i interesting drill last night, con- :

at the Club House. j sisting of company drill and battalion badly by a fall that it was useless, and ,-' .ec-:&. Tulula Lodge, No.

parade. A school has been established after using several remedies that fail-
I 22, I. 0. O. F., The purest anc finest toilet soaps. a
Cannon, next door to Marion Hardware for the instruction of non commissioned I ed to give relie' used Ballard's Snow meets Tuesday I arge stock of the best goods always
every -
Company's Implement sample officers in military science, and to- Liniment, and was cured. I earnestly I n hand. Tydings and Company.
i j evening in Yonge's Hall.J. .
night they are requested to meet at'' recommend it to anyone suffering from THE VARIETY STORE
room can repair your gun. i iI I H. Spencer, N. G. I !
sprains. Sold by all druggists.Mrs. I
I the armory promptly at 8 O'dOl-kj| Royal Cole, Secretary. Don't forget if you want to feel at

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Spencer have j Lieutenant John M. fSraham will be j i ---- homE in a hotel, to stop with Colonel

returned from a visit to the lake. in charge. I I M. M. Little and children. Miss I II Shipman of the Montezuma where you

I May Parr and Mrs. Tobty went to Ok-
HEADQUARTERS will find a lot of jolly fellows to welcome -
.I Two sizes of those famous Nashville I lawaha this afternoon, to si-end a
The finest and most complete stock you and who try to make it
of perfumes toilet soaps and cosmetics I j ranges, "The Princess" have just been i t tI month at the lak'. I For Children's School and pleasant and homelike.Mrs. .

in the city, at Tydlngs and Company. received. This fine range.and there is ]I
I Jrcs Sho('$.
: :
none better) Is 23 per cent. cheaper DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON I
P. V. is out after
Mr. B. N. Dosh. late of the Banner 'I Leavengood
than other of its value. TheI UHEIXAUKU Co.
any range
I I Foley & Co., Chicago originated : jt .
week's illness.It
office, is now with the Star.S. Ocala Furniture Company. I I II I a
I I Ilcney and Tar as a throat and lung I Trials of Motherhood
i ii I II
I| remedy, and on account of the great FOR RENT.-The Grant McCall -
M. Lummus is improving but Is i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. J-'i>-ht'r arrived house does matter whether you have I
me!it and popularity of Foley's Honey on North Magnolia street. Nine Broad Street.
not able to resume work yet. from It>xi"o.'ia ; good matting or not. It matters to 895
Monday Tampii-o!
PHILADILFEIA, PA.,JUD 12, 1WS.
II and Tar many imitations are offered I rooms; newly painted and papered on
I New York and are now on a visit to for the genuine. Ask for Foley's the inside. Rent reasonable to a good you and to us. Let's get together. I suffered for nine years with ovarian troubles making life a burden to
Cannon, next door to the Marion I Mrs. Fisher's Col. and Mrs. Ocala Furniture, Company. myself as well as to HIT family. During that time I had two miscarriagesand
j parents. : Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute tenant. Apply l to Mrs. T. J. Owens. although we longed'for a child to bless our home this seemed impouL- -
Hardware Company's Implement sam- I 11* J. Parr. They are thinking of purchasing offered, as no other preparation ble. I bad constant racking bearing-down pains in the pelvic organs and a
ple room is an up to date repairer of "j a home in the United States, : FRESH GARDEN SEEDS pulling through my limbs with frequent! headaches. I felt sick at my
I I will give the same satisfaction.It W-\XTED-Posltion as bookkeeperor stomach and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until 1 tried
I
blcycUs. land their friends hope Flotida will be assistant bookkeeper. Best of ref Fresh and reliable garden seeds of Wine of Cardui.
i I is mildly laxative. It contains no
all kinds for fall Then mj general health Improved, the pains gradually lessened and
their choice.I planting. Tydings
last I I| c plates and is safest for children and erences. Satisfaction guaranteed. A.dI I after 18 weeks I was wet:. I am now the happy mother of a boy eighteen
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris left I I delicate Sold by the Postoffke I dress "Star," Ocala, Fla. & Co., Druggists and Seedsmen. month' old and my husband joins me in sending heartfelt thanks to yon
persons. -
night for their visit to the North. II for splendid medicine.
I Do you wish to purchase a home or I your
Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.I Without, 1 would have been a !
j II are you looking for an investment? If Delicious fresh candies at Troxler's. i Mr. S. W. Petteway of Dunnellon is childleiJiJ, inted of 110 baPP1 fttJ .
BOY WANTED-A boy who is not j so, let us tell you about our bargains. I I II and well mother.
in the city ST. A.DRIW', AUOC11TIOI.WINEOsCftRDUI .
going to school! and who will stick to I DITTO & MALONEY.Mr. :I A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS I I today. CKuunr,
------
I --- --
the business, is wanted at the Star of- I" A. J. Jennesse 9201 Butler St., Chicago -
Just received at the Ocala News Co.,
flce. Apply at once. Claude Deveneau of Gainesville writes: "I am a switchman and I 3-
I choice lot of bowls and I
a fire-proof
has accepted a i position with the White: : am out in all kinds of weather. I took
I earthenware of all kinds. Call and
Mr. B. Richards, a clever young man \ Star Steam Laundry as general assistant i' 1'old which settled in my kidneys see I

of the University City, was in town to I i and city solicitor. He is a man of and I was in bad shape. I tried several Cans Early June Peas 25c. it. Wine of Caruui is the most successful menstrual regulator. By __
I menstruation Wine of Car ui banishes inflammationfrom .
regulating
day. more than ordinary ability, and has advertised remedies with no benefit -
j I the entire female organism and the strengthened ligaments
!I been connected with some of the best until I was recommenaed to try j We are exclusive agents for Elwood This is what Wine of
the lack to their eqla.ce.
To succeed stop in public places to laundries in the country in the past Felly's Kidney Cure. Tvo-thirds ol O.K.ICROCERY. 'i wire field fencing. Always in stock. bring Cardui did organs for Mrs. Kirdlinger.prol t banished the racking pains and .

secure the patronage that brings you twelve years.Stoves !| a bottle cured me." Sold by the Post- Ask for prices. Marion Hardware I burning inflammation and brought her relief. She was restored to

before the public. The Montezuma j office Drugstore Ocala, Fla. 'I Company. health and strength and gives Wine of Cardui the credit of makingher

Hotel is the place to find it. and ranges, and blue flame I I able to become a happy mother. This medicine equips a woman

I oil stoves all sizes and prices. Call Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Owen returned Why not cover your floors with good for every duty of wifehood and motherhood. There are many suffering -

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Johnson and children :md: Icok the stock over. Marion Hard from thdrn' matting? That's the only kind we I women who think that health can never be theirs because they
today tl"rn trip. They I cannot secure the services of a great Epec'alist, but we want to say
CLARK BROS.
of Reddick took dinner at the Proprietors have. Ocala Furniture Company.
ware Company.Mr.
left Pike's Peak but
I- Friday were right here that while Mrs. Xirdlinger Jives in Philidelphia, a great

Club House today. y I Kiyed in Missouri by heavy rains. lie-I| PHONE J74 medical center, she depended on Wine of Cardui for a cure and she
I G. A. Petteway and family have I I is within reach. Will -
i Charlie Fox returned today from a was cured. This same medicine your you
Do you suffer with asthma or ca-I moved to Ocala and will be guests of \ take it?
I visit to St. Petersburg.We
Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen
tarrh? Then use Adam's Cure. Price, i itOe. the Montezuma until Mr. 1.. Home can j i All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.

Satisfaction guaranteed. For I vacate: the O. T. Green: residence on i I Years of Suffering"I OGALA FURNITURE CO I II have just received another car- ,
had been troubled with lame back
nle by Tydings & Co. Oklawaha avenue whkh M Ir. Petteway load of hay presses of different sizes
will for fifteen years and I found a complete I
I occupy. both portable and stationary. Marion -
Mrs. Thos. J. Barnes of the Club recovery in the use of Chamber- I .
Personal Service Anywhere Any Time Hardware Company.Mr.
Hou e is quite sick with an attack of j Crown Danlruff Cure will keep thescalp I: l.rin's Pain Balm," says John G. Bisher. I I

malarial fer.Wi clean It used according to dlrec- :!, iHIain. Ind. This liniment is also without and When Needed, I and Mrs. Allen Rogers of EastSpringtitIJ I

tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice :|: an equal for sprains and bruises. the
are rejoicing over
arrival -
are headquarters for fancy box. Drugstore. i: For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. The Question of Embalming and Fun
I of a pretty girl LaL)". which came WATCHES OF WORTH
aap.r, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. I I I I eral Directing is a Delicate One this morning to brighten their home.

Captain Hatton Howard is steadily'!Ii Ditto and Maloney are just t-omplet- .

There were twenty-one arrivals at I impioving. He has a careful and kill- ing a neat t \- -ruolll house on the I II Would not it be Best for You to En-I Jacksonville Metropolis.We

the Montezuma and nineteen at the ful nurse in the : of Mr. Chas. E. I Miller block in the first ward which watch should b. cartful. .
person trust this Question to Those who have in stock and ready for In choosing such constant compa nion as a one
Ocala House yesterday.Mr. I' Taylor who has been devoting himself w ill be for rent in a few days. ,
immediate shipment, 2. 3. C, 8, 12 and wateh
i c to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every
lately to the tark of helping his old ciate It's Delicacy, and Whose Know- 13;; horse-power gasolene engines made
E. C. Bennett, the clever baseball | I sold.
friend back to health and strength.If OCALA HOUSE CAFE
by the International Harvester Company -
) player of Dunnellon Is in the city edge is of the Highest Standard There Is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment .f
I Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot. :s and there are none better. Marion .
- !,f for a few days. you want an Iron IJf'.}. you woulddo now open, under new management and TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Hardware Company.Mr. reliable movements and fine cases than you may choose from here. Our guarantee

well to see those at Mclver & Mac- j I first class in every respect. A Ia carte PROMPT ATTENTION goes with everyone of course.
an alconoi stove for 75c. at the
Buy
Postoffice Drugstore. for making tea, Kay's. They have just placed a solid Ii or meals to regular boarders, $6 ver I J. ['. Crawford has resigned his We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watches-both

carload in the store containing about week through the summer months. Phone No. 10. Night 94 and 1671 watch chain-*
coffee or any light cooking. Heats I Day position as warehouse keeper for H. B. men's and women's. We carry and fully recommend Simmons'
fifty different styles. G. R. Troxler, Proprietor.S. .
water in a Jiffy and only costs 2c. an \ I II Masters. the best known high quality, gold filled chains made.
hour to burn. SMITH & ROBERTS, Ocala, Fla.
Invitations
are out announcing the
I A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS Our Ice cream has a reputation of
celebration\ at Yi.ige's Hall tonight. by
i
1
The cigars manufactured by R. F. I Miriam Lodge No. 13.; of the fiftyfourt'i 1I I which we are justly proud. T.Y.. '

Hyman and Max Reich in Tampa are II :Seaboard: operates Buffet Parlor i Troxler. A..BURNETT J
I I Anniversary of the founding of !
MAOKAY
McIvER &
on sale at several places in Ocala. the Rebrkah br.uich of Odd Fellow Cars between Ocala and Tampa on .
I I j trains leaving Ocala at :2:20!: p. m., NOTICE -
s-hip. I
Jap-a-Lac, the great furniture varnish I daily and between Ocala and Jacksonville -

_ _ and stain, makes furniture look I ton train leaving ucaia at 1:20 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Whereas, this board has given due .

like nrA full stock of all finishes i REHD THIS: I\11). m., daily. notice as required by law that it would

and all sizes of packages at the Ma I consider and determine at this meetingof Write for Bargain List of -:

non Hardware Co. Pryor, Tenn.. June 1, 1901. I Ditto and Malouey: will build a UNDERTAKERSand the board whether or not they will

Dr. E. W. Hall :::t. Louis. Mo.--Dear i i room house near Howard ('adt> five-I adopt the provisions of Sections 1 and

Sir: I have suffert-a sevial ;years from Ike Simmons. : :2! of Chapter 54CO> ;; of the Laws of FlorIda '
Mia Floyd Whittle of the HelvenstonPasteur i
i
and bladder trouble\ citizen of the ENGINES BOILERS AND SAW MILLS
Company Is ill with! fever. kidney and have I EMBALMERS ,. and whereas no I
tried a number of preparations, but II county has appeared before the board '
I When ready for four fall painting I I'
can truthfully say that nothing: has objecting: to the aforesaid law being
be to and
sure see us get our priceson
We carry at all times a big stock proved so effective as your Texas : paints, oils and lead. We can I Fine Casket? made operative as provided for in said All Kinds and Sizes.

Wonder which I can ( Chapter 543o.::; approved by the governor -
cf all heights of the famous American truthfully re- I \
save you money and give you the very
r close mesh wire fencing. Write for commend. Gc>o. W. Claiborne.A i and Burial RobesAll I of Florida, May 31, 1905. There- .'
I, best goods obtainable. Marion Hard- I fore be itP.esolved We Buy, Sell and Trade New and Second
f circulars and prices on quantities. Ma- i ware Company.COSMOPOLITAN. :

t rlon Hardware Company.After TEXAS WONDEROne I Work Done by Licensed Em I That the provisions of
Hand of all Kinds.
I I
I Chapter 5450 aforesaid shall become Machinery ,
mall :
bottle of the Texas Won MAGAZINEi bllmels and Fully Guaranteed
j 4 I : and in full
i operative force and effect
of weeks Frank
illness
an some der. HaIrs Great Discovery, cures all i i can get the Cosmopolitan Magazine -,
if Gates the clever receiving clerk 1 two months from the date hereof, to- f/
young kidney and bladder troubles, removes and the Weekly Star one year We Manufacture Columns Lintels Sills
1 for A. Brown & Co.. Is again at his i gravel I cures diabetes seminal emis for $l.0. and the Comopoliton one : 'i I wit: On the Jath day of October. Xi ':>
:
FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER i D. 1905! and that any and all persons '
post. I sionseak and lame backs, rheuma-
I year and the Daily Star: three month* Ventilators and all Kinds Castings. ,
I I violating its provisions and requIre-
tism and all irregularities of the kidneys
(:I for SI_73.;;; Cash\ in advance in each -/4
Are you interested in pnotography? and bladde- in both men and woI I I ments after that date will be liable

Do you enjoy the many pleasures that men. Regulates uladder troubles ia !:: case. Old Furniture Made as Good as I, to the pains and penalties thereof. OUR PRICES: WILL SELL YOU .. ,4)

come from the use of a little kodak? children. If not sold by your druggistwill I i New.All j Unanimously adopted and ordered I .;;

Let us do your developing and printing be sent by mall on receipt of il. i WALL PAPER I published for two months. VALDOSTA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS :

for you. We will do It reasonably One small bottle is two months' treat- I Kinds of Carpenter's and Repair I This August 9, 1905. _

z much less than you bare been pay- ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. If you wish wirk done in the wall paper Work Done in the Best Style and I IL W. Long.

Ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, II line let us send our man with samples PriceC. Chairman Board of County Commis VALDOSTA, GA.
at the Lowest
84 Wenona street or Ocala News Com O. box &!9, St. Louis, Mo. Send for for your Inspection. I sioners. Mention ThIs Paper When Writing for List > -

pany. testimonial Sold by all druggist.. DITTO & MALONEY. L. NELSON, Ocala, Fla. Attest: S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. -


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# NE'Vi" : FROM MX'S DIAKY.,i| How Is Baby Today ? THE COLORED PEOPLE'S


I have hung it in the dimmest corner -: Better, thank you. In fact quits:: welL DEPARTMENTRev.

of my room, where it will not Fat round and fall of life: and mischief.

Piano often vex my sight. It is a picture-in Pink and white flesh, dottd with dim J. E. A. KeeJer, Editor.

"T-Tprigl1"t oil-of white roses. I hare always j pIe!. No cough no indigestion.

disliked white roses and these have a ;,
... All on account of I 9
particularly ghastly and funereal look Ii i Miss Estelle St Clair is very ilL

: 8239f. due perhaps to the incident they re- -tw'.. 'r-w py.jadministered II

f. calL II I Fresh goods cheap, on the Bargain _
I Counter of the Bazar. 1- TUBS ma.
It happened in this way. Early -

last December Van Peltzer came up I I
Will you be there tonight to see it

from St. Louis with about a square i .- .." ... ".,".<.'.',''' I well done O, yes
OCAlA MUSIC CO mile of canvas cut into diverse shapes ; ;; I L For Sick Livers

and sizes and disguised behind a lot > by a mother whose love' Good board and comfortable lodg-

of cupids and browsing sheep and i' was tempered wth c.ur.nva sense. ing at reasonable rates at the Marion

white roses. He had been down there '!: She knows that GZuMULSIOX: iij I I House. Mrs. Sarah Gowens, proprietor.The A PURELY VEGETABLE

JEWELERS. for about six months, trying to get ;
permission to exhibit his daubs at the :\: a fountain of energy :or grown-ups| New Drugstore is the place to COl\1POUND- .
_. ; too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes I !
---- ----- -- ---------- ------ exposition. He didn't get it-either i l get stationery, toilet articles, cigars,

..... 'i plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble etc. ,
because the other artists were jealous CONSTIPATION DYSPEP.

r. : R. MARTIN & CO. and wouldn't give his pictures a showor ,.: folk it is t'ae chief nourisher at life's I QUICKLY CURES SI A, MALARIA CHILLS and
: J. because they were so inexpressiblybad : feast It cures Consumption when Call at John Jackson's for dyeing, w\ ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

; the authorities refused to hang' taken in time. All drjgjists sell it-I cleaning, pressing, repairing, etc. La A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by _

them even up next the sky. The i 50 cents and ?i.oo the bottle. Let us: dies' clothing a specialty. One door below h1 TORPID LIVER and IMPURE ELOOD. One bottle pur-

: first reason I got from Van Peltzer send Home Bakery. L chased today ray savyou a sick spell tomorrow.

: GENERAL LIVERYMENFine himself. The second I evolved, after i youFree I
: able discoure
Quit an was given at
I had seen his output I Sample Boiile; by !Ml Zion M. E. church last night by Rev. CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER

I Write letter or po-t: i toOZOftlUl.SION II. W. Austin. t ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs.

Carriages, Buggies and Traps But the women didn't agree with me I CO. W. A. Whit weD, Emory Tex.,
Jly own sister said I had a soul for : I For nonportable lodging and good UI writes: "My child had chills and fever

Drummers, Carryalls. Saddle Horses, etc. money making only and lacked artistic ,: 08 Pine Street, New York." ,meals call at tin Mack House. Terms I for four years. We tried all kinds,of

___ sensibilitv._ _____ __. _But__ when u___ I_ heard__ her --- I very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack. Fl medicines, and finally an acquaintance: of
turning verbal somersaults over a : I proprietress. A tdine recommended Herbiae. \Ve used

FINE VEHiOLES FAST HORSESHorses squirrel that looked like a horse and i.CHEAP RATESto three bottles and the child is now complete -

a Venus with arms as long as anorangoutang's Howard Academy opens next Monday : p1 : },'cured. You have my permissionto
morning with appropriate exer- publish thi testimonial as I cheer-
I deploring
over
and Moles for Sale. Horses got fully recommend Herbine to all mothers
my.)limitations. i II cies. Everybody invited to be pres- "
I having children afflicted ai mine.

Boarded BY the Month at Special Rate. You see, Van Peltzer was the fash CALIFORNIAand ,i ent. I j UME BOTTLE, SOc GET THE GENUINE
ion. The novelty of his nonchalantly i I
I Call at the Big Oak Tree market on
blowing in, setting up an exhibitionroom I BALURD SHOW LINIMENT CO.
the West Broadway for your choice beef,
J. R. MARTIN & CO. and the refined put-lie ,
inviting I I pork sausage, fish, etc. Vegetables in t ST. LOUIS U. S. A. _
to afternoon spreads of tea and art
I -
season. Satisfaction guaranteed. -
might have been enough to maVa a NORTHVESTI -. '
Jones and Thomas,
hit. But that wasn't all. Van I 'It- i managers. '
*
I II SOLD ND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIS.ATLANTIC .
zer had the "ideal artist" face. It Keep in memory: that the St. James i iI .
LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This DIXIE FLYER ROUTE -- ,
was his greatest dishonesty. It was I Parish Sihool is now open. Send your I

also his greatest card. I Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis i I children there. where they: will receive -
entitles the holder to two votes that can be cast for any institution ,
coupon "
"Look at the man's face! cried the I IWomE'n special attention. Rev. John B.
competing for the library, when properly filled out signed and returned Railway I
and Lought the man's picturesat
I Brown instructor. COAST LINE
ballot boxes in of the stores .
to the any participating.Name
prices that would bring tears to I .
$44.70-San Francisco Los Angeles,

of Institution........I..... ......................,... your eyes. :I Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. .Bear this in mind: YOU can have
No one escaped him. Those who your clippers ground at L. Green's

Name of Voter.................. .......................... went to drink tea remained to select I II barber: shop on his lightning clipper I THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
$49.90-Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Mis-
II I S3ula, and Intermediate Points. grinder. Satisfaction guaranteed. L.

EVENING S 1 AR. H I I(:Ireen, barber, West Broadway. I -CONNECTIONSa

I $55.10-Portland! Seattle, Tacoma, Van.
THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, Richmond
children is hard to do
couver and Points in British Colum- lUisinjj vry
--- - I All Rail and Washington, th ence via Pennsylvania Ry.TO .
4 bia. :jin this Southland. There are so many
i
-_ __ .I !I i enticements to draw away the youngi 0 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
-I DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tif- I i minds from the path of duty. Ilunjdreds Flyer route via Atlanta. .

tnn Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,I of boys and girls go over the

Nashville awl St. Louis. j falls of disgrace: drawn by the strong i 10 THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand
Over Half MillionSATISFIED
a I ,current of evil associations and temp Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington

TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and I tation. AVhile. we do not rejoice in the Vii and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

CUSTOMERSDo \i-i.mp.,: Through sleepers on night I arrest of the gamblers, yet we think it Transportation Company: for Baltimore and Philadel

tr.i'iis. for St. Louis and Chicago. good to bring those men to swift justice I Steamship phia.

who are leading our boys astray.
you think such an enormous business could be built up and Tickets on sale :?:eptcmuer: 15 to ()clul1'I' I Let every man say amen. I KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Peninsular ana Occidental Steamship Co.
continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? Route of tne celebrated
:31, inclusive. I trains, New York -nd Florida Special Florida
Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? -------- ,i I *A. W. Walker! the wotM champion !i and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited.and Dixie Flyer.

Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers Businessand shaver and hair cutter, has opened a i

Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using barber shop in Fred Powers' blocK. Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates, sched.I .

HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? THE Try his keen razors, hair clippers and I I .lea, etc., consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. Ilartsell.'D. P

Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if itwasn't ; j jI scissors and be convinced of his super- 'I I A., Tampa; W. J. Craig! G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson T. M, Wilmington, N. &
absolutely and unadulterated?
pure
I ior skill. Satisfaction guaranteen.
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. ji .c:
I I zors and concaved in good shape. R\'I
Your money back if you are not satisfied. Ii Ii i

United States Senate,Washiagton,D.C. i I John Brown and wife of Cotton Plant I \ .
.'z hav.e found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes." I I i \\re at variance which had resulted .i ._ : 4:: :$ t# ""'JI'>7 -,-::;;.:. :.. = -

ll'm.ii! SIe-oI.'arl. I cupids. As Archie put it, after an I
in a separation. Brown tried repeatedly -
U. S. Senator from Nevada. i experience, "When you go by Van I II I to make it up. but could not get I I WE ARE OPENING UP _

I Peltzer's, look in. When you get in,
The Great Eastern I II his wife to consent. Sunday night. I

HAYNER WHISKEY i look out"Now, .Van Peltzer being the fash I.I and "Western Line while company she" with was coming Xed Wedlow from church and ,her in I A NEW TERRITORY IN ARKANSAS

ion, Virginia of course must drink i *
I tea with him; so one Thursday, at 4 Across the Entire States ol I daughter Brown sought the companyof I THE WHITE 'RIVER COUNTRYA
his wife and on being refused went
o'clock, behold us on our way to the
FULL .20 EXPRESS I and g"t a gun and waylaid the party. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap.
stu io. I warned her against the dangers rEXA
$ find( LUUISIAANo He intended to shoot his wife but in
4 $3 i
ahead. I Low rate tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRONMul'NTAIN \
the darkness made a mistake and shot .
I for Joe said Vir '
fear
QUARTS "Don't me, 1
PREPAIDOUR ROUTE to points ARKANSAS, TEXAS OKLAHOMA
i her daughter inflicting a mortal In- -
ginia. "I won't buy anything. You be : TRdl'BI.h 1(, .ANSVF.IDirect : : Ql'EST1o\ i ,
careful, too." jury. After quite a scuffle. Brown escaped .tnJ INDIAN TERRITORY the fir!>, and third Tuesdays of.
OFFER'e WIll send you in a plain sealed case. with no Line and his whereabouts are, un-
to
marks to show contents, FOUR FULL OtJART "Oh, I!" I replied, with scornful : I known. We gleaned this infomationm I each month up to and including December. HOMESEEKEKS', ..
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR S3.20. and we confidence. i ,
tickets will also be sold to
certain
points in COLORADO
NORTH TEXAS ARIZONA -
will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it,have your doctor : When we entered Mrs. Vere was from TIeH" \V. Austin who returned

test it-every bottle if you wish Then if you don't find it just as we say her leave. Three "sol.l" cards : NcW MEXICO j from the scene yesterday.!'! I IDAHO, MONTANA, NIIVADA. 'W MTA'ICO and UTAH.
taking
,
and perfectly satisfactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE andyour / -
$3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? Youdon't were being affixed to three particularly .i. : I ESPECIALLY LOW HATES; TQ DENVER: and return August
ARiZONrI I The Bee Hive is the place to get I
risk a cent. J A villainous pictures. I felt sorry watches, clocks and jewelry repaired. 29 to September 3, inclusive, account National Encampment G.
Orders for Ariz..Cal..Col., Idaho Mont..Kev..K.Mex..Ore.Utah.Wash., f' PlUv. for Vere. Then I noticed that hole and I II I .
or Wyo..must be on the ba-.it of 4 Quartfnr$1.UObv : .. 1're- .R. Arp'ij I Wire jewelry made to order. Dry : A. R. _
paid or 20 quarts! for'-"I.).. O,iy Freight:. i'repaiU. dk: groups of paintings were already embellished -! CALIFORNIAWHITE goods. glassware, etc., at special pric
S \::? with these same "o1d"cards. I COLONIST: RATES to CALIFOUNLV, WASHINGTON -
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. -. I es. S. S. Eellamp, superintendent. No. '
_ Immediately I laid out my cam
I fUR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FRE: 20, West Broadway. and the NORTHWEST on sale September 15 to October 31.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY =;t paign. In these safe neighborhoods -

.-....-- ..........,. would I sties studying long and hard !I E.P.TURNER Wrice me if you want reliable information. Free literature

Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, 0. St. Louis, Mo .St. Paul.Minn. the pictures that were beyond pur LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED mailed on request

403 DlSTTLLEET. TEOT. 0. EsTABUSHSD 1866. chase, commenting in detail, admiring General Passenger Agent I II I FREE OF CHARGE
-
Missouri Pacific Ry. T. E. REHLANDER,
if i
: i with flagrant hyprocrisy necessary, I DALLAS, TEXAS Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. J
--- -- I anything to avoid open battle. lrn Mountain Route.
-
w' I As I mused: on this feminine genius, i
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING Texas & Pacific Railway. Traveling Passenger Agent,
I standing before a canvas that looked NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
broken out in 1 International & Grt. Northern.. ,
had pustulesof
if it
as Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Chapter If are going to build anything,
you
white paint, Mrs. Boyd attackedme I : Denver & Rio Grande R. R. CHATTANOOGA TENN.
4S88! Laws of Florida.
from a cedar clothes chest to a fine !
Restaur ant. from the rear.
I residence or a brick block don't fail
"Oh, white roses! Are they not : I _
cried. Xotice is hereby given that L. J. Ow- to see or write for estimates to J. Mc- 1 _. _.. .-..- .:. -- ""
beautiful? she .
us. purchaser of tax certificate X<% Xealy, the contractor and builder- I II
"Soft, tender, appealing, continued _
dat"ed I
11 ;3.; the 4th day of November, "The Man Who Doesn't Wait" No.
ahe, evidently disposed to linger. 1 I
wondered if she was practicing my 1' .\. D. 1895, has filed said certificate in 12!, Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla.

.x.: First Class Meals dodge. {I my tax office deed and to issue has made in accordance application with for BEYOND THE ROCKIESTHEPORTLAND
"And to think that I cannot have SHERIFF'S SALE
I law. Said certificate embraces the
them-that they are sold! lamentedI. I Under and by virtue of an execution
following described property situated
I of and under the seal of the I
issued out
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining i! in Marion county. Fla., to-wit: SwU I
Just then Virginia steered that con
circuit in and for Marion
court county
: <>f \\i4, see 5, tp 15. s, r 23, e. The '
founded artist our way. I "aH land being assessed at the date of" Florida, dated August 23th: 1905, in a FAIR
"
Room until Personal "Oh, Mr. Van Peltzer, gushed Mrs. certain cause wherein Frank Crawfordand _
midnight.
open I the i issuance of such certificate in the .
Boyd, "your roses.! Mr. Fayre, here, i. -
attention 1 of unknown. Unless D. A. Miller are plaintiffs and
to orders lIam parties
given special anything :
I is mad about them-qiite distracted. :
W. Griffin is defendant, I have
George
the market offers prepared for the table on I But, see, they are taken." ; sai'l cording certificate t., law shall tax be deed redeemed will issue ac- levied on and will, on I DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS? \

short notice. "This picture jes replied the art. j Monday, October 2, 1905, _
thereon
the 10th day of October. A.
on
ist, alert at once. "But the one just I Not only the Pacific Northwest revolving about a wonderfully
D. 1905.i the same being a legal sales day, and t -
DumbVaiter Connects With Bar behind you is so very similar that during the legal hours of sale, offer and bizarre with
perhaps-" i, Witness my official signature and ; < unique exposition, a trip to California _

started to forehead. soal this the 7th day of September, A. for sale at the court house door in the side! but in Colorado en route. All these
Attentive I Perspiration my .. :, an stop-over
Waiters
Skilled Cooks
and Choice Viands. F). 1905. S. T. gistninh.i O 'ala. Honda, and sell to the higheet
Virginia wheeled sharply. I could see l. noted sections of the which American in-
good
shoulders heaving.Mrs. i Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. and best bidder for cash, the following country, every

Special Price to Regular Boarders her Boyd gave a squeal of rap- I! --- real estate property, in Marion I I lends to visit some time, can be taken in this year at the one

\: In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -I county Florida, to-wit: An undivided low announced for the .
ture. "Ah-h! The same tenderness I rate Exposition.
: Circuit uf the state of Florida one-third interest of the defendant,
THE CARMi3HAEL & SON COAt the same exquisite refinement! You
Mr. i in and for Marion County.-In Chan- George W. Griffin, in and to lot 1302,
fortunate man, Fayre.
are a
1 t-ery. in the town of Dunnellon Marion county -; Geo. K. LEE, S. L. PARROTJ,
Fortunate! With straining eyes I I 1-I I
lrcGrath's ?,iiuel 1 P. Johnson Complainant vs.. Florida.
Stand from face to another 'or
looked one Gen. Pass. Pass.
for Vir i _Hliza_:____ n A._ Tavlor__.___ _and n_ _M._ TT_ TaTlor____ _i, Sold to satisfy said execution and Agt., Dist. Agt.,
no
I the slightest opening escape.
_
I, ginia was making gurgling sounds in ;, Defendants.It I costs. Henry Gordon, i Little Rock, Ark Atlanta,_ Ga. _
: is hereby ordered that the de- Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
her throat that she tried to pass; off I .
for coughs. Mrs. Boyd said that she fondants herein named Eliza A. Taylor i -

would run and fetch a "sold" card. and 31. E. Taylor., be and they are I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR '

I'I Van Peltzer stood waiting, his mouth hereby required to appear to the bill!! Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter THE SHORT LINE

L'bdoI all but shaping the words "fifty dol-! ft complaint in the above entitled !I 4555, Laws of Florida. I

lare," in anticipation of the final cere- < ,'wc on or before Monday, the 6th i i Notice is hereby given that L. C. Griffin TO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST

mony. !, ,lay of XOember.1),. 1905. j purchaser of tax certificate No. _

; It is further ordered that a copy of'!! 2742. dated the 3rd day of October, A. Via Chocago, Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas City Is the

f As we moved away from that piece this order be published once a week! D., 1S9S, has filed said certificate in

I of agony I heard Virginia's soft voiceat for eight! consecutive weeks In the: my office, and has made application for "

I my shoulder. I kala Star. j tax deed to issue!'! in accordance with ONION PACIFIC

: DyspepsiaCure II "Oh, I!" was all she said. But that Done this the ath_day September !'.j law. Said certificate embraces the following .

was enough.Chamberlain's. I A. D. t9&i. :s. T. Sistror.k. described property situated in I _
and connections: with through sleeping cars. One-Way Colonist .
Clerk Circuit Court
Marion county Florida, to-wit: Ei j

Cough Remedy Aids ,,,,I Ey liable Godson D. C. of nwU. see 12, tp 17, r :22. The said I : Hates on sale from September 15 to October 31, 1905,

Nature j I I H-xker &: Daval, land being assessed at the date of the j to California. etc.
Oregon. WashingtonMontana Utah
,, Complainant's Solicitors. issuance of such certificate in the name ,

Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion dyspepsia Medicines that aid nature are always !!i of Harris and Sanders. Unless said Special Hound-trip Kate* to California and the Lewis and :
stomach I
sour 'ii CREAMERY
tired stomach weak most effectuaL Chamberlain's Cough j i i BUTTER i iI certificate shall be redeemed according -
stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach nervousmach 2 Clark Exposition:; at Portland, Oregon. until September 28th.
= CENTS A POUND t to law, tax deed will issue thereon
Remedy acts on this plan. It I
allays
i and catarrh of the stomach. A I I I
guaranteed cure. II I on the :20th.! day of September, A. D. Ask through rate from your station and secure literature .
the cough. relieves the lungs, aids i
expectorations i I ____
The Carmichael & Son ;
Co.
i keep constantly 1905.
I ,
&t ia. Lab I Dgtm What You Eat
,...; 1&tct1.tZ.C.D.W1t' $ I 'alcN IAA S.IIII Sweat I -1)0._uknl.k..1411 M BUb M U.Ui ,. I opens the secretions, j I|I on hani receiving a fresh supply Witness my official signature and # Information Cheerfully Uin ll. ._ ',- .
-'.'... I_$ CM..1., :j a R... .l.or S a cut tii*. and aids nature in restoring the sys- j[II every two days, delicious. pure. seal this the 18th day of August A. D. z "
G. W. ELY T. P. A. J. F. VAXKESBBELAEB. Gen'l.-\gr
;rL SaM by the tern to a healthy condition. Soil by'I Georgia I creamery butter, :25! cents Tlt'r116und iso;. S. T. Sistrunk. I. _

Anti-Monopoly'Dmgstore, I the Postoffic Dru tore. kept on ice. Phone No. 37. --- Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon Co.. Fix 13 Peachtree Street.. Atlanta Ga. ,*.;? / :-
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