Citation
The Ocala evening star.

Material Information

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.

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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

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Evaporated Peaches, Some of the Pests and Discomforts of 4j 64 There are Several that Have the Food DAIRY

Life in Bulawayo. \ You have often heard people remark "If I were RPS4 I
I Hiding Instinct.
Pears
Apricots, ever to build, I would plan I or Your
"Life In Bulawayo during the wet l1 I have sometimes seen a dog bury in

Prunes, Nectarines. season is certainly not all pleaure.1; my bath room first and would not put I the ground a bone for which he did not

writes a resident of that African town all' my money into the parlor with all seem to have any present need. I have Pure Milk\ and Cream
understood that he did this
always on
The rain descends hayIng "
if
as a river its fine That 5s
good I
common sense j
Figs in pound packages, six ryt the principle which actuates a provident -
lost its the clouds
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way among i
and loose i a sentiment, for the bath room is the most man to lay up something "for a
pound Boxes hurriedly trylflf to return to earth once Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
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ail important of all the household. rainy day. This may be. though I I
more. The streets are transformed in
Cooking figs. .have never known a dog to dig up the
to lakes, and the moist heat ',: I
damp We would like
to help plan
you your ; bone afterward, yet some persons: tell I Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
makes everything inside the house unpleasantly
bath room and will gladly quote you me they have known him to do this.I .
moist and clammy. But. I
Mince Meat in bulk, con"densed disagreeable as the rainy season maybe prices on "StaudattT Ware, the best should think the dog must be hard I
would
I pressed by famine that attemptto
and in three and the cold that precedes it ia September and most sanitary fixtures made ; gnaw a bone covered with clay and j
is almost worse. Dut storms are rI'
dirt, as this bone must be after being i THE MONTEZUMA
frequent. Trees and shrubs become
five pound }ars. buried in the ground. If the dog hidesIt
brown and shriveled, and the wind
away through any such provident
ALSO blows with cutting force across the I
II forethought; as this it must be the ,
veldt. It is then, too, that the saake-.i I I "' _. I
J slightest remnant a mere adumbration,
}New Florida &Syrup. are more In evidence than at any other I of a former instinct of his race. lie IJ!It t k .,yI
time of the year. Half torpid, stupid the
does not pursue this practice in ]
with the cold, you come upon them 'J
steady, methodical way in which an
coiled up in unexpected places, as once, FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY, when entering my room, I found one I ant or a bee or a squirrel lays up a 't
stock of food against a time o' need i I
wound round the leg of my dressing ta I
I With him it is only a fitful and rare I
ble. Another evening we were disturbed
occurrence. His long domestication i i
DO YOU WANT I by a persistent tapping again _____ i.
I ---- h --- and the ages through: which he has received -
the window, as it some one were try 1
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i his food from the hand of hismaster
ing to attract our attention. On rising!
LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND CREAMERY BUTTER
TO BUY A I have obliterated largely the j
to investigate we found it was: a suake i r .
R. R. ACCOUNTING 25 CENTS A POUNDThe sense of this necessity from his mind, :x t
that, attracted by the light and warmth,
I If he may l lot supposed to have a mind. |i '! '
was endeavoring to make its! way in
$50 to JSOO a month salary assur- Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly The fox when he has had the gout! |i
through the glass."White .
ants are another terrible pest. ed our graduates under bond. Our six.I on hand, receiving a fresh sup- fortune to capture several fowls at the I;I

ply every two days, delicious, pure, same time will, it is said, secrete such |I ua. '
or, rather, they would be did they not schools the largest in America and endorsed ;t
I Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per I II as he has no present need for under a i
into I
enter to literally every circumstance by all railroads. Write for cat-i bush behind log. I remember that
j I pound, kept on ice Phone No. 37. or a
i of everyday life that they end I .
alogue. Morse School of Telegraphy,II I In Uowlaml Robinson pleasant book, j
taken matter of I ,
being
by as a course. I
For instance, after an absence of a few Cincinnati, O-, Buffalo, N Y., Atlanta, ARE: YOU GOING WEST ? "Sam Level's Boy," a young fox is represented '<'-.-.'"' .' --

hours you return to find halt the mat I Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Tex.,I as doing this. "He began
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ting on the floor devoured or, your San Francisco, Cal.! If you arc going west with the next i burying the leg of a lamb in the loose
I' I I earth, but desisted when he saw the. LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest
boy Laving incautiously left your teat two or three months, consult this of-I
of all his mates him, t
hanging in the sun, the lining afford a FAITH NOT NECESSARY i i i fice. It will be to your advantage. eyes were upon
speedy meal to these voracious little I ---- I II I then unearthed the half buried treasure Yeaf-Round Hotel at Two Dollars a ;Day in Florida

Do You Want ToSell Insects. In fact, you never know what t I You may be just as skeptical and i iI THE ORIGINAL I and sought a new hiding place." I do I j I
I I not understand that the wolf had this I i UP-TO-DATE, CLEAN AND WELL FURNISHED ROOMS AND PLENTY
damage may not be revealed at any pessimistic as you please, Kodol will
Rent Buya food instinct. Gilbert White of ,
or moment, and this uncertainty extentlseven digest what you eat whether you eat Foley and Company, Chicago, originated hiding I TO EAT

to the garden, where your ruse or not. You can put your food in a Honey and Tar as a throat and I Selborne says in his quaint way that I I

House, Store; i trees have to be grown in tubs half bowl pour a little Kodol DyspepsiaCure :ung remedy, and on account of the he had "some acquaintance with a COL. J. PROP
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tame brown owl" which when full hid, SHIPML ETOI
filled with broken glass and perched on I on it and it will digest it the great merit and popularity of Foley's
Lot Farm?
t
he couKl
or like a dog, what not eat.
bricks soaked in .
paraffin."I I same as it will in your stomach. It Honey and Tar many Imitations are
:111,11 II I "The origin of most of our domestic
found that the tarantulas can't help but cure Indigestion and I offered for the genuine. Ask for Fo-

DoXwfWant to! scorpions were everyday evils, to \IH I(I Dyspepsia. It is curing hundreds and ley's Honey and Tar and refuse any animals," says Darwin, "will prubablyforever

endured with what philosophy one i thousands. Some had faith and somedidn't. I I( substitute offered, as no other prepa- I remain vague. But I may here -,- ....-."''''-,....---. .
could muster. A tarantula the size of state, he continues, "that, looking to I
Insure Life I
Kodol if medi-
can cure ration will give the satisfaction.
you same '
I a small crab walking the floorIs the domestic dogs of the whole world, 'l "
across
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Limb I not a pleasant object. Our houseboy cine can cure you, whether you have It contains no opiates and is safest I I have after a laborious collection of all Arc You To Remodel ? *vs:
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or Property faith in it or not. Sold by the AntiMonopoly for children and delicate persons. Sold
delighted in catching them to make known facts come to the conclusionthat
Drugstore. I by the Post office Drugstore.H. .
them with the Ilull1' several wild species of canidae do i it with intention: of
fight scorpions, + I If so, you will the improving upon present
THEN LOSE NO I
had ocular demonstration of the fact, have been tamed and that their bloodin conditions.

TIME IN SEEINGDITTO some cases mingled together flows in I
long believed to be only a traveler'stale I ..
that on being worsted a scorpionwill the veins of our domestic breeds." He I '(1 ff1Il Oar purr; is to interest you in our ability
ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER Assistant
Manager {
& MALONEY commit suicide by bending its tail mentions a dog whose great-grandfa tJ ,! t 'W to improve and perfect your sanitary equip-

I over its back and stinging itself behind S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. ther was a wolf, anti this dog still be- l! l I If

the neck rather than be eaten by its trayed its wild ancestry; in the fact r--t/, rr.ert.We

opponent." that it never approached its waster in f \ti;.l\.r'-I--: do but crs kLd cfvork-the best-

a straight line when called. But which ? .4 : I and
,. \j use the famous ;tftuiafd Ware, every
t a Old English 1100.... I species of the canidae from which the \.
4 Many old houses throughout England! COMMERCIAL BANK dog may have descended has the foot .1 l piece ofII1Cll is guaranteed by the manufacturers -

Lave long been famous for the quaint I I hiding instinct or habit I have nowhereseen I 'ItJili I [ to be: strictly first quality. Let's

,s1- and humorous inscriptions painted or OOALA FLORIDA stated.-Forest and Stream. f / talk i: ever. We have samples in our show

r carved on one of their exterior walls. I :
k room.
On the portico of Arley Hall, the seat Not an Odious Comparison

of the Warburton family, there is inscribed The head clerk had been invited to I

this welcome: an afternoon wedding and in order to
Your Business with will Protect Against I R. E. YONGE & CO. '
us
This gate Is free to all men good and you save time appeared at the office in the

true; I. morning fully "groomed" for the cere-

P .. Right welcome thou U worthy to pass. Burglary, Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. i mony. As he threw aside his overcoat I II I .------7"'.

through. I, be was disclosed in all the majesty -

And at Loseley House, Surrey, thereIs of a swagger frock coat of the latest I

Q coPvalG"t a Latin inscription over the doorwayto cut, gray trousers fashionably creased,

this effect, "I am shut to an enemy, INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS I patent leather shoes and white puff tie. I Ii

but am always open to a friend 1 1I His position in the office made him II i

AUTUMN PLEASURESAre Above the door of a house at Salving! immune from comments by the underlings II I

many, but there Is none greater ton, Sussex, in which Selden was born I I II who, however, regarded him with I

there Is a Latin couplet much to the serio comic admiration and longed to I ,
than that afforded by a carriage ride: THE OCKLAWAHA INN i

and, as our great object Is to furnishour same import, and Montacute House, gay what they felt. I PROTECT YOUR BOOKS !
Somerset, baa these two lines carved: i
friends with carriages of every description But the barrier was broken a few

that are matchless In their Through this wide opening gate I minutes after the day's business had j They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
None come too early, none return too late. Co A Pleasant Homelike House house exposed to dust and damage I Of course youcan't
; and friend who dropped in
grace and beauty of design, irreproachable or. begun by a I! help it, if your book-case is full' and of the old
.
Under a variety of forms we find the for moment's chat lIe was soino-
In style, combined with the greatest a
I style solid comlruction. Better get rid of such a case,
degree of comfort and thorough same maxim on different houses, and Elegant, Airy Rooms and the what lacking in dignity, for which the I or start a nee one that will always accommodate your

durability, therefore those who wish at l'erray Hall in the parish of1- .ii::: w =_ clerks blessed him. I y books without being either too large or too small-one

the highest standard of excellence in mondbury, over one of the doorwaysare very Choicest Table Board. "Good morning, George," he said that grows with your library and always fits it. The"Elastic"

carriages are asked to inspect our the words "An honest man may .., cheerily to the head clerk. Then as betook I

stock. enter" and on the reverse side facing h. w k a Special Rates'in Summer, to a second glance. at the sartorial 9tl'b c- y rtick e

the spectator when leaving the premises I, "dream" he added: "Great :Scott:

S. A. STANDLEY & CO. *'A cheat may be off."-London i Weekly and Monthly Board- What's up? You look like a certified 4 BooK-Case

r Standard.In. I a check."

>:a + ers. And even the head clerk joined in is the original and only up-to-date sectional book-case

MONTHSGUARANTEE the Time of Kraamo the burst of laughter.-New and is made the
6 A =-- MRS. HATCHELL general i by largest manufacturers of such goods
Then not only all the learuevi. but alii York Press in the \\orld. It's furnished in variety of grades, sizes

the educated, familiar with Latin. !
were '-' and prices, adapted tot

Against darning holes.if you No buy more Whoever read indeed, must read Lat- !I ,' '_'_ Proprietress. AnlmnU In Art. any and all require-

in, for there was little else to read. i 0 demand in the 4 ments. It's a system of
I OCALA FLORIDA "Sheep are in strong' ; .
\olep.roofnsier I j- c t units, each unit fitted
Theology, history, philosophy: all were picture market," said the manager of a 1.
-- -- ---- -- -- with the perfection dust-
in Latin. The national literatures I i
$/ wereonly
y art "If I
department store :gallery I _j proof roller bearing
in their cradles. Nearly a century -I of animal studies I
AH the popular colors. were a painter door. But we'll be glad
} For Men; worsted of after the time of Erasmus: Bacon WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OFHARDWARE would confine my work entirely to pictures t to show them if you call,
sold in lots
f i 6pairstorJJ5oCot-only ; deliberately, buried his greater works in of sheep. They sell better than or will send illustrated

ton,6 pairs for;t.5a Latin in the Lope of securing his fame any other animal pictures. I suppose I catalogue on request

For Udies; Egyptian Cotton tifktt six with pairs and even Milton chose Latin as the the reason is that :sheep len l themselves I
for Ji.oo. A gUiiniKtee vehicle of some of the best of his earls
artistic than other
"/'''Ir. to more poses -
and did not abandon it without i
FOR SALS IIY poetry quadruped subjects. They can oe

hesitation.To I more effectively grouped, and the contour

Erasmus it was everything-the. of their bodies Is in soft ami

M. FISH EL Ocala( 1a. :language of his tongue as well as uf I rounded lines well adapted' : to artJtltwork. y/

------ -- his {It'n. lie traveled' everywhere, in If4 A JapaLac"Wears Then sentiment is a factor in

Italy, France, England, Germany, but the popularity' of these pictures. The
ne certainly knew no English or German
women anil children always are attracted t
and made his Latin I e / Like Iron.
apparently
I by them, especially by pictures !
carry him through; wherever he went, Natural Jap-a-laC i ii the best of sheep "lot in a storm, which appealto -1c: -

i And whatever difficulties of Lingua- I 1 varnish for their sympathies! Cows are :a poor -

he found with innkeepers and sen-am{sand l, r second to sheep! in popularity, and the

officers of customs he found none.! 1 Hardwnnd Plnnps demand for bor-es is very lidit. The SOLD BY

j among the clergy or the uoMes! at j 1 horse is a somewhat conventional subject 1

$ whose house his introductions made, '.I I either old or new. It dries and one very dlffi'-ult to portray Melvei'and 11I

P\ pfp2 him everywhere weh"utue. London. artistically, while the sheep can b" :

Times. with a beautiful luster, and easily: and effectively introduced into a I

I MATTRESS retains its brilliancy throughwear lecture."-Philadelphia Ita-onl.:
J Hainan Horn. r D613Le d'B1IIRIJSIIffiGSpA.}

In the anatomical museum of the
< and tear right down to Punch and Judy Came From China.

WILL NOT LUMP Ediuburg university four horns arepreserved I Punch and Judy dates back to about
which had human the wood. Besides Natural. FURNTU! N .
grown m-oii ORI
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WILL NOT PACK i 11(1I.1(1 year before Christ. -
ht>alls. One of these is about i
in twelve col- Chou _
Jap-H-laC comes Wben the Emperor Mu of the
Manufactured from pure white cot- seven inches long: as thick as the little I -
making tour throughthe
dynasty was a ; =
ton felt, thoroughly clean and free finger and crooked shape. A label ors. It i:> a stain and varnish empire a skilled mechanic: named

from all dangerous germs. attached to it Wars this inscription:
rombhifd. and rejuvenates Yen Shih was brought into his presenceto ,
Sixty Days' Trial "This horn was cut by Arthur Temple.ehirurgeon entertain him and the ladies of his J7vcBeR--
out of the Lead of Elizabeth } Yourself" about the home.
If, after sixty days' trial, this mat- You Can DO the Work everything court. Yen Shih had some automatic
Low being three inches above
tress is not satisfactory, return to figures which not only were capable ut

dealer (If tick is clean) and have your the ;: tear. before witnesses: the A Full Stock of All Kinds! ofJapaLac dancing; but of accompanying; tt
Hth of May 1G';l. It was a-growiug: S'ED
refunded. movements with
money !sous. e
seven yeares. Her age is fifty )"t'an's." ? 1 C
MclVER & MacKAY, Agents. Durin the l'rtormanl.'f' angry; ROUGH OR
The three other human burns al>o '
cast such significant gla uf the orig-
the head of ladies.In .
graced
lads that the E'rI".e : rip- Phone .
LALEXliNDERPractical "Sir Robert Sibbald's 'History of and ordered jLg f noel met-hanc proved to his !II See or
Fife, a curious book published about 1 '
iaator ot r-
were -
the beginning of the t'igbtt't'llth"t'n- I JE'5t\ that they
For Sa!<; in Ocala by redo" bem.". execs red Yen | SEYMOURi
tury, we read: "A person: of quality. nteau of H.
as tte per
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER a lady of great age in this shire hada was al 1 0"Oed to rt to Punch'ormanee. Oca Fb

t\ born growing out of her toe and put :: Win hi ach corresponds and America.- \ NO. 25. .
Careful estimates made on all contract her from walking. It was cut off by MARION HARDWARE GOKPj and Judy EnglandCincinnati i PHONE

work. Gives more and better work Dr. U., and she was trltvt pain and: Enquirer.

tor the money tan- any other in town.t wilkl'l1" _.. SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &. MACDUFF, 4'S. '


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CAPT. HOWARD'S LAST VOYAGE SOUTH LAKE WEIR

EVENING STARC. MBROE & CIT.AMBLISS I I '

Captain James Hatton Howard diedat The Correspondent has Hopes that Capital $50,000.

L BITTINGER & CO. 7:30 this morning.: He has been sick County Improvements Will Benefit

for months and his death, though a I II

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll cause of grief to his friends, is no surprise BANKERS His Grandchildren.Mr. I I HERBERT A. FORD, PresIdentGEO.

Proprietor. and Publisher I to them. Thomas Baker and wife came in
Vice
H. FORD, President and Cashier.J. .
Captain Howard was born In North Friday from their summer home In -
B. BROOKS, Assistant Cashier.
C. L. BITTINGER, Carolina in April 1844. He came to Ocala S Florida Chautauqua, X. Y., and will spend the

Editor and General Manager florida. about 1855. He early engagedin winter as usual at their place here.

steamboat navigation on the Okla- Later on they expect to be joined by

R. R. CARROLL waha river and made it the business Mrs. Baker's sister. :Mrs. B. W. Good-

City Editor and Business Manager of his life following it almost without LOANS. DEPOSITS. ell, and her husband from Fredonia, CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

interruption until the beginning of his X. Y.Mr..

OUR THANKSIt last illness. Spencer of the Ocala automobile

He was married in 1865:) to Miss CONSERVATISM. ACCOMMODATION works spent Sunday with Mr. Geo. L..

Blessle Howse daughter of Capt. E. Whipple and family.
Is not pleasant to be sick or tied OF OCALA.
D. Howse. She died in 1876. In 1883 For some time depradations have
to a bed by an accident, but when such
misfortunes and demon- Captain Howard was married to Miss RAILROAD RATES to TAMPA FAIR been committed on the poultry at the
overtake one Sophie Gibson. Seven children blessed Pleasant Hills House, and on Sunday J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON
strate how many good people take an
this union. His eecond wife died July THE SEABOARD AIRLINE will sell night Mr. P. M. Oleson shot the thief: GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.
interest in your welfare' it goes a long Directors
way toward helping one to bear the 13. 190%. Five children survive him- tickets o14 and daily thereafter a large, fat 'possum.Mrs. ;, HERBERT A. FORD.f' GEORGE FORD:

discomforts and pains of such "way- James Hatton Charles William, Sophie except Saturdays and Sundays, up to B. B. Ricker returned Monday R. S. HALL.

laying. This brings me to the point and Mary. and including all trains scheduled to from a visit to Jacksonville.Mr. .

where I desire to return my sincere The funeral will take place tomor- arrive in Tampa Nov. 30 at $3.50 forth LaFayette Bishop has purchased -

row at 10 o'clock. The services will round trip.A a horse and outfit, and is now pre-
thanks to the many kind friends whO
home of Mrs. F. A. Howse fortune out of Florida
be at the pared to plow a
by their Inquiries, calls, letters and
and the interment will in the new SPLENDID IDEAA sand.
proffers of assistance, did so much to rOLIYSKIDNIYCURECures
cemetery. The pall bearors will be The Lake Weir Co. received a car-
make me feel that my life among them
when Messrs. B. A. Weathers. W. S. Bullock. new Idea in a Cough Syrup Is ad- load of fertilizer last week.A I
had not quits been in"ain. and I
trouble comes the world does not for- Taylor, W. C. Jeffords, e J9hra souN vanced in Kennedy's Laxative Honey petition headed by Mr. Sigmon is

I get its duty to suffering kind. ForIt Frank E. Harris, D. A. Miller, Chas. E. and Tar. Besides: containing pine tar, being circulated, asking the county all Kidney and Bladder DiseasesGuaranteedSOLD

all I am deeply grateful, and trust I Taylor and W. C. Jeffords. honey, and other valuable remedies, it commissioners to give us a pinestrawroad

the lesson impressed on my mind and I is rendered laxative, so that its use insures from this place Weirsdale.. AND RECOMMENDED BY THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.

heart will make me more thoughtful, FARMER VS. SETZER ON ETHICSWe a prompt and efficient evacuation There are some here, who are so obtuse -

considerate and of deeper sympathywith of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous :; as to wonder why this section is !

the world at large In the troubles, can't take any part in the fightto system, and cures all coughs, I not allowed any of the benefits of the I NOTICE OF NAMES STRICKEN \ I

trials, sufferings and pain that Is the outlaw whiskey in our neighboring colds, croup whooping cough etc. A I county administration except taxes. FROM REGISTRATION BOOKS THE PUBLIC HAS DISCERNMENT

common lot of humanity. county Marion) but we do hope the red clover blossom and the honey bee Have patience, gentlemen, perhaps in 1'

Sincerely, C. L. Bittinger.We county will be voted dry. Unfortunately is on every bottle of the original Lax- the dim and distant future, after all Notice is hereby given that the fol- :

both of the papers in Marion are ative Cough Syrup-Kennedy's Laxa- the cross road and county hamlets in lowing names of registered voters t i Let any store these It never pays to joggle -

on the wet side. Strange to say, too tive Honey and Tar. An ideal remedyfor the upper part of the county are supplied have been stricken from the registra- ;
note by a. card in the Star that
one of them is the foster child of the children. Mothers praise it. It with hard roads your descendants lion books of Marion county, Florida, i days and times advertisements with anything.
Mrs. W. C. Lindsay, president of the.King'a I J use
I Baptist Witness. Those papers refuseto Is best for all. Sold by the AntiMonopoly may see something done in the viz:
Daughters. Is discouraged because -
defend God's at Lake Weir section. C. I The most clever trickster
the members do not show cause except so Drugstore. Asia Pimas. Alworth Ray that "talkigger'
We notice in last week's Star list
much a line. Pity-Levy! Times Dem- a
Adams, L. A.
by their presence at the meetings that ,
ocrat. ATTENTION! of names to be stricken from the registration makes a slip now
Interest in the proceedings which the Brooks, E. Brooks, Blake. I II than the Roods
'- list, and we wonder why out !
Importance of the work should elicit. Oh no Bre'er Farmer; you have a I
Don't forget November 7-the day county commissioners in their wisdomdo I I Bell John. Brown C. A. and then. Closely following -
misconception of God and his cause.
For the encouragement of this excellent -
woman. whose interest in the How long will it take you dry fanaticsto I we start for Tampa. Get your show not cast their eyes in the directionof I Burke, W. T. Brown J. E. I and how soon that store

stuff ready. Your neighbor will not District 19, where a fourth of the Bassent W. V. Baker W. R. the men's suitsin
learn that the reward is not to him
cause of destitute and suffering humanity -
has done so much for those that "annihilateth." but to him thatovercometh.High do your work neither will he advertise names on the voting list:; are of non- Bradshaw, J. B., Jr. Barco, Geo. W. will learn what wonderful of
residents. Some of them have not lived newness weaves
business, show handi-
'' nor
unfortunates in Ocala during the past Springs Hornet. your your Carter, George. Clyatt. Vernon.
work. We will to in this district for eleven years and
year, we will Ray her society does not We can't imagine where Brother carry your product Conway T. E. Caldwell, J. B., Jr. [ discernment the pub and in textorial
dead. pat-
some are
Tampa free, show It and talk about it
differ from those of others, however Crist, W. :1.
Farmer the idea that the Star is
got and let the world know that we are The Anti-Saloon league will hold a
commendable and mention their work. lic has. And isn't it
the foster child of the Baptist Witness. pushing along in the front of the pro- meeting at the church Sunday morning Davis, W. M. terns. The boy's suitsat
The attendance of all such society
meetings is not near commensurate I. During the last half a dozen years the cession. W. M. Gist, Com. at the close of the Sunday school Finley.: John. Fore, G. D. '
Witness was published in Ocala the and in order to give time it la hopedto likely that the store the Guarantee
with the commendable and splendid Frasier, Will.
Star was its foster mother, big brother EAST OF THE RIVER begin the Sunday school exercises
work they are doing. A careful listingof Godson J. R. Grantham, Henry. & Shoe Co's.
,
I Clothing
and uncle.DEAFNESS. promptly at 9:30: or a few minutes that exaggerates in the
attending members of the King'sDaughters I
Rev. Z. A. Crumpton filled his reg- earlier. It is hoped that all persons I Hampton, Matt. Killer, S. E.

average with for any the other past organization year is on an in CANNOT B E CUREDBy lar appointment at Oklawaha Bridge interested in the welfare of the county ,- Higginbotham, C. C. Hollfy, J. W. paper to get you in will are a distinct achieve

Church to house full and neighborhood will be present
the city. For the past several months Baptist Sunday a Halts, R. II. Hickman, Benjamin.
But
local applications, as they cannot of attentive hearers.Mr. The 22nd instant being the 51st anniversary I ment. there'smore
there has been good reason for a small Holler, G. T. Harrison. R. D. claim too much againto
reach the diseased portion of the ear. Ht-nry Luffman and son Georgeof of the birth of Contractor C'I
attendance. Let Mrs. Lindsay and Homes, Jacob. Homes, Christopher. that charms the
There is only one way to cure deaf- Griner Farm will spend this weekat S. Gates he was made the recipient of
those who are equally faithful in the I Howell, J. C. persuade into
ness and that is by constitutional rem Lake George, fishing.Mr. a fine roll-top office desk, the gift of you
noble and good work they have done
A
edies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed Chester A. Fort from Ocala attended his wife and daughter. Jacobs, Homes. Jackson, O. L. eye. graceful freedothfyIe -
take courage, be thankful for the sun- ?
condition of the mucous liningof preaching at the Baptist Jonas Hopkins. a colored man from Johnson. A. S. buying But no amountof
light and comfort they have let into conforming
the Eustachian Tube. When this church last Stanton, lost a pocket book containing
the homes of many needy and suffer- Sunday.We I Larke, Alfred. Lafferty, C. W.
tube Is Inflr med you have a rumbling are sorry for the afflictions of $11 Friday, while running to catch a talking will keep cot-
ing ones in this city, renew their efforts I Long, Christopher. to the !
sound or imperfect hearing and whenit Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Holly. Both are I train at the South Lake Weir station. prescri
for grand rally for home and
a is entirely closed Deafness is the unable to be up and they had the misfortune All here are glad to learn of the improvement :Miller: R. W. Mixon. J. T. ton threads from wear-
humanity, personal and public, and at the
result, and unless the inflammationcasn to lose their horse a few weeks in the health of Editor Bit- Mitchell. Thos. Marston, John C. style important
we are confident the call will not pass
be taken out and this tube restored tinger. Better come to Lake Weir, Miller J. C. Moser, W. S. No
make of
unheeded. Ocala needs just such an I ago.Little ing out. but cleverly
organization as the King's Daughters. to its normal condition, hearing I Curtis Perkins was quite sick Colonel, and get the benefit of the ozone .. Mann, Thos. F. Marsh, L. D. points,

Its presence is a blessing and benedic- will be destroyed forever. Nine cases last week. We hope he will soon be of its pineclad shores, which you Miller C. W. Meggs. L. L. flimsy cotton sewed varied to give
orig-
out of ten are caused by Catarrh well again. so graphically described in the Star
Mitchell, Francis. Mclntire. J. C.
tion to those who need aid, and surelyso
noble a work will not want for laborers which is nothing but an Inflamed con- Miss Allie Wilson is on the sick list some weeks ago. *. McIntosh, E. L. McCoy, T. L. do the work of inality and exclusive-
dition of the mucous surfaces. again. .. seams
in the vineyard of humanity McKinney, A. A.
We will give One Hundred Dollars Miss Cariie Smith will spend this CURES CHILLS ANC FEVER
and the alleviation of the woes that I Good taste
for any case of Deafness (caused by Osterman, Oscar. r silk. "Talk is cheap"that's ness. ,
week at Eureka, with Mrs. Rainer and .
affect the human race and a boon to G. W. Wirt, Nacogdoches, Tex., says: :
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Mrs. Owen. She is a patient of Dr. G. I Pardee, J. B. Porter, Prlmas.
the deserving poor in their sufferingsand "His daughter had chills and fever for good goods tailoring
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. ,
B. Parramore for throat trouble. why stores
wants for these you will always three years; he could not rind any- I Rodgers, Allen. Reeves, Sam. some
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo O.
have with you and no effort should be The Other One. thing that would help her till he used Raynor, Lucian. Rowe, A. L. ever.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's I
deemed too great and trying to keep Family Pills for constipation. Herbine. His wife will not keep house 1 Readfield. William. use it. But you do the

the Daughters doing deeds of charity MOTHERSWho without it and cannot say too much

and kindness that shall shine as genus would keep their children in good for it." SOc Sol" by all druggists.R. I Stanaland, D. Syms, W. L. paying. But the G. C.

of nobility in the glorious crown of un- CONTRACTING AND BUILDINGIf health should watch for the first symptoms I Syms, Thos. Syms, J. L.

selfish womanhood. Again permit us you are going to build anything of worms and remove them with Swift, Peter. Sullivan, Weston. Co. clothes backup $2.50

to offer our sympathy to Mrs. Lindsayand from a cedar clothes chest to a fine White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK I Sheadix. W. J. Stevens, J. A. can
I
her evworkers and assure them residence or a brick block don't fall children's bes. tonic. It gets diges- I Shortridge. L. H. Sistrunk. T. II.

that their services are such that Ocala to see or write for estimates to J. Mc- tion at work so that their food does FULLER & BLALOCK every claim made. TO
Tillis, J. M.
cannot atford to Le without them. Nealy, the contractor and builder them good, and they grow up healthyand

"The Man Who Doesn't Walt. No. strong. Sold by all druggists. DENTAL SURGEONS Ulman, William. AH wool and expert

Among the distinguished people who 12, Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. Waide W. O. Williams, Orlando. $8.50

autographed at the Ocala. House yesterday NOTICEAll Office Over Munroe & Chambliss1 Bank I Yager, J. H. Young, Andrew. tailoring $7 to $20.
was Col.! S. I. Wailes cosmopolite A DAREDEVIL RIDE
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Young Joseph.
but best known to the people of Occupational Licenses are Due on OCALA, FLA. I .

Ocala and Florida as the state agent Often ends in a sad accident. To heal the let Day of Each OctoberIf I All persons desiring to have their I

and collector of over a million dollarsof accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica names restored to the registrationbooks
you are due to pay a license for GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE C01
Indian claims due the State Terms Cash.MARKET of said county file their
war of Salve. "A deep wound in my foot the year beginning October 1, 1905, may

Florida from the general government, from an accident," writes Theodore you must get this license before November ._- -- -- -- -- applications and reasons therefor with ,

and for which service is still whistling S. T. Sistrunk, clerk of this board, on
he Schuele of Columbus, 0., "caused me I, next, or we will be compelled ONE PRICE DEALERS
for the bulk of his before November 18. 1905. on which ,
commission great pain. Physicians were helpless, to force these collections as the MENUWestern or

which according to the agreement but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly law directs. This duty is Imperative.The date as well as at its regular meeting, OCALA HOUSE BLOCK.

made with him would have been over healed it." Soothes and heals burns tax collector will issue these licenses on first Monday in said month of November

1160,000. If he never gets it, he will like magic. 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Joseph Bell this board will sit to hear any

have one consolation, that those who Drugstore. E. L. Carney, County Judge. Beef, Veal, Florida and all applications for Restoration of

know the facts in the case admit that Tax Collector. names to registration books, as may

he earned it. Col.! Wailes has spent the $25 REWARDI Stall Fed Beef Mutton Armour's be made to the board. H. W. Long
BARGAIN TIMEThe
last eight months in Tallahassee, figuring Chmn. Board County Commissioners.Attest .
will pay a reward of $15 for con- FOR ALL KINDS OF PILESTo
up what the State owes him for viction of any man in Marion countyfor Star Ham, Armour'sPork : S. T. Sistrunk,
lands oeeded to it by the general government draw the tire out of a burn heala Clerk Board County Commissioners.
violating the law and
$25
and for which he was to receive where the party lives game In Ocala. cut without leaving a scar, or to Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas :J\T:
cure boils, sores tetter, eczema, and
2 cents an acre. He has been
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Henry Gordon, Sheriff.
visiting his old home in New Jersey.Col. all skin and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's I Turnips, Beets
WILL MAKE NO CHANGENo Ocala Steam
Wailes is a third owner of 3200 Witch Hazel Salve. A specific Laundry

acres of copper land in Nevada, which WARDS OFF PNEUMONIAAll for blind, bleeding, itching and pro- Sweet Potatoes Irish Pota-

is being developed and showing up.plendldl coughs, colds and pulmonary truding piles. Stops the pain instantlyand matter which candidate Is elected
complaints that curable Get the toes and Onions.W. Foley's Honey and Tar will remain
)'. Col. Wailes is confident are are quickly cures permanently. gen- Spanish .
cured by One Minute Cough Cure. uine. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly the people's favorite remedy for
that as soon as a mill can be erectedat
the mines. and the lead fully exposed Clears the phlegm, draws out inflam- Drugstore.J. P. EDWARDS. coughs, colds and incipient consumption. SEE OUR RED LIST'J.

mation and heals and soothes the affected It cures quickly and prevents
his income from them will be
Phone 108. City Market pneumonia. A. J. Nusbaum, Bates- _
strengthens the
parts lungs,
fully 10.000 a year. He is a genial
E.CHACEDENTAL
4'.,., wards off pneumonia. Harmlessand I vllle. Ind., writes: "I suffered for
gentleman, has a fund of informationthat
makes him a most interesting pleasant to take. Sold by the AntiMonopoly SURGEON three months with a severe cold. A E.; BANKSTONR
druggist prepared me some medicineand
conversationalist. He is a man who Drugstore. I MoIvER & MaoKAY .
II a physician prescribed for me, yetI
does things and never grows tired in I Office Upstairs Commercial Bank BId'gOCALA
the work necessary to perform them. CHICKENS! : did not improve. I then tried Fol y's Dealer inlF3Pes1il

FLA. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS Honey and Tar, and eight doses curedme.

One of the prettiest stocks of "Stand- Don't feel slighted, friends; I wanta ." Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. mum.@ { !Lei M nn' 01 Allnilm

ard" goods in handsomely enameled full show of each and every breed of Terms, Cash. UNDERTAKERS

bath tubs, lavatories and sinks ever chickens, also turkeys geese, duck- -- -- NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe : 1ls ihi1eih Y1e im1mles

F seen in the city is now on display at everything in the poultry line. A I II I and undersigned hereby give notice I Se ,

:Messrs. R. E. Yonge & Co's. plumbing coop to consist of one cock and two For to all persons that an election has :
:isii! mlfiJ. J.P
been'l !ft17.
(Hablishnent. hens; turkeys and geese, a pair. Drop YEINe WATCHESAnd I EMBALMERS and is hereby called for, and ,

I I me a postal so I can engage space at held on Tuesday, the 28th day of November -

Whcr w. It Located Tampa, and I will send you shipping REPAIRSGO I Fine Casket 1905, in Marion county, stateof NO FLIES ARE ALLOWED IX OUR STALLS

-:; instructions and tags. W. M. Gist. Florida, to decide whether the sale I SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US,

-, r---= TO of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer I

NO ACCIDENTS IN NATURE and Burial Robes shall re prohibited in said county of SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

F G. B. WEIHE Marion, :;s provided by ARTICLE XIX FREE DELIVERY.

Every Calamity, No Matter How 1 he Jeweler. All Work Done by Licensed Embalmers I of the Constitution of Florida. \

Great, Has a Definite Beginning and Fully GuaranteedBURNETT Board of County Commissioners -
I I Phone No. JU. Stalls J J and i3, City Market
of Marion County,
There are no accidents in
nature. (Seal.) State of Florida; S. T. Sis- I
The avalanche that without a moments OCALA FURNITURE
trunk, as Clerk of said Boardof
warning rushes headlong down !

the mountain side is not an accident.For County Commissioners. J. R. MARTIN & CO.

years previous tiny atoms have Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, HOW TO CURE


ed :crystalizing lth"JFht to the and mass adding which their left and When Needed. THE TAILOR I II CORNS AND BUNIONS

I the accumulation reach- The Question of Embalming and Funeral 1, First, soak the corn or bunion In GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
inftnitesmal1 I warm water to soften it; then pare it
-
-- Q9llY-1 --- cause of DanJl"nft _, Directing is a Delicate One : Has Moved Into His down as closely as possible without
had brain fever ------- -n accident. The '

lame&&IU4.AX4? dId It make ODN'you walk gently and long befor .'tich Is the I.Would not it be Best for Yon to Entrust : New Brick Store drawing blood and apply Chamber-
-Cb1C118O Z..... I feeds I lain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing Carriages, Buggies and Traps

- ,The, small germs which feed I I this Question to Those who Appre- vigorously for five minutes at each Drummers
A Ml.hip. --,* "..up- and which 041s- ;i :; No Jl E. Fort King Avenue. Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc
A plaster should be
application. corn
are the
I heard the BaJdDeu cause 01'lie It's Delicacy and Whose Know-!
Snobsons
had an awful -and Dandruff cannot exist, I See his fine line of worn a few days to protect it from
care lut night." however when I j piece
"YH. While applied. Newbro.s Herpclde is TEL cr the Highest Standard for the shoe. As a general liniment for FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
they wen eotmaJnome i goods summer cloth- sprains bruises, lameness and rheu- ,
tni' Sold PR*.
br
dktinirolhi
the guests one ot : leading druggists, Send It} ORDERS RECEIVE Ing.I matism Pain Balm is unequalled. For
cents
children let the family skeleton in stamps for sale the Postoffice Drugstore. and Mules for Sale. Horses
out et tU cloit."-DetroJt Herplcide Coo, Slimp to the Day Phone Jo, I fO NTION I by

Fret Press & Co., Special Detroit Ylch.} T'dlngs "- Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

3genu, Ocala, fl.1. SMITH A ROBERTS, O ; :, i Jey Burnett. LEAKING FAUCETS FREE REPAIRED OF CHARGE


l Merchant Tailor. Phone 26. R. E. Yong. & C.. J. R. MARTIN &, CO.



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OCALA OCCURRENCES SOME NEW BUILDINGS --HALLOWE'EN PARTYThe .

"" JUST RECEIVED :

Ocala is doing quite a bit of building ladies of St. Catherine's Guild $10.00 FREE'To

Delicious fresh candles at Trailer's just noThe Spencer and Smith will give a Hallowe'en entertainment

building on the Ocala House block A full and complete line of at the Episcopal Rectory. Oklawah:
r
A complete line of blankets at the being put up by Messrs. Bull and I avenue Tuesday evening Oct. 31, beginning -

Fair. Drake is being pushed along nicely. I at 6 o'clock.

Mclver & MacKay are putting up i There will be all kinds of amuse-
the Person Guessing the Nearest Number of Tablets in
New .Florida Syrup at the O. K. horse and wagon sheds, substantial HIGH GRADE SHOESFOR ments appropriate for the occasion.

Grocery. frame buildings 24x212 feet covered The spirit of Hallowe'en will be visible the North Window of

with: fiintkote roofing, and will followit everywhere. Everything will be

Ever Ready Batteries. The Yon;. soon with another huge workshop.Mr. done in true Hallowe'en style. Deli-
-
Clint Co. I cious refreshments will be served and*
J. L. Smoak's new twostorS'carriage
The Store
factory, in the rear of the there will be lots of fun for old and Variety
Miss Grace Hatchell Is quite ill with
the dengue. Seed Store is well under way. LADIES and CHILDREN.The young.

Some dozen or more small cottages AT THE RECTORY, HALLOWE'EN.

Get your visiting cards printed at have just been built in the western TUESDAY OCT. :31. The only condition you have to comply with is to pur-

.
part of town and a number of othersin
the Star office fit well and look chase to the
different parts of the city.. kind that A JUDICIOUS INQUIRYA STATIONERY amount of twenty-five cents.

Go to the Ocala News Company for well known traveling man who We sell all kinds of stationery cheaper than any housein
Road Overseer Will Lucius has been right. Let us show them to
wedding presents. you. visits the drug trade says he has often -
delayed in rolling the Orange avenue this state. Our goods and prices compared with those of
heard druggists inquire of cus-

New Florida syrup, the first of the hard road in the Pyles section the tomers who asked for a cough medi- any other house will easily convince the most skeptical.
cog wheels of the steam roller having
season, at the Fair. HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY cine whether it was wanted for a
been broken and inability to secure
child or an adult, and if or a child
new ones promptly, being the cause.
There were twenty-four arrivals at they almost invariably recommend
He Is, however, widening certains fills
the Montezuma yesterday.Mr. =- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The A m ITEMS FROM OUR STATIONARY DEPARTMENT
on this end and otherwise using his I :
reason for this is that they know thereIs

B. B. Raum and wife of Crystal men on repairs.Dr. no danger from it and that it always -
OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe 300 tablet for
Coal pencil
River are at the Montezuma. cures. There Is not the leas page 4cSc
William Anderson and Mr. G. T. .
Elk's; Cafe the danger in giving it, and for coughs
opposite ------ ------------ ----
returned last from
Maughs night
When you want anything to read, colds and croups it is unsurpassed.
Crystal River, where they have been A C L passenger depot,-is now Blacksmith, 400 page pencil tablet
go to the Ocala News Company.Our For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore.

spending ten days, enjoying the finest serving oysters in any style. The ____ _____________________
fishing on earth. Egg and Charcoal.AT -
stock of shoes is new and up- only a la carte house in the city. A JAIL DELIVERYThe 5c ink tablets for -
to-date. See them. The Fair. 4c
Mayor Harrison and Marshal Holli- Strictly first-class in all respects. -
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of Citra in the Marion county jail gave up all
day were city yesterdayand
Mr. R. J. Knight of Crystal River G R. TROXLER, Prop.
ch'ER MACKAYSSOME
& lOc ink tablets linen for
reported their community in excellent i of the prisoners on the second floor pure 8cJ4c
was a business visitor in town today.
condition and enjoying this fine last night seven in number. The men, .. .
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weather.Do in some way got the door in the cor-
An Immense line of sheets and pillow I SEASONABLE ADVICEIt ridor unlocked and got outside the Eaton-Hurlbut's Irish linen tablets forEatonHurlbut's

at :Mclver & .
cases MacKay's.The
you wish to purchase a home or I I may be a piece of superfluous cage, and soon dug through the brick
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are you looking for an investment? If advice to urge people at this seasonof wall. They are supposed to have escaped -

Fair has put in a pretty line of so, let us tell you about our bargains. the year to lay in a supply of early in the night. The men are twotone linen tablets for t Oc

holiday china and glass novelties. DITTO & MALONEY.Mr. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is George Smith. light negro, aged 30;
I --------
almost sure to be needed before win- John Pounds, yellow aged 30; Ra'mondEdwards.
C. E. Adams of New York Is at the 80 examination tablet sells for lOc
and Mrs. Arch Mclver of Stan- is and page our price
ter over, much more promptand dark ginger color aged 18; 4c
Ocala House. dard are the guests of Mr. Don Mclver Candies and Chocolates at satisfactory results are obtained Charlie Washington, dark brown aged

and wife. Mr. Arch Mclver
has not when taken as soon as a cold is con- 2!; Prince Madison black, aged 55;
FOR SALE-Good buggy, harness, been in good health for some years, T. W. TROXLER'S 5c composition books for
tracted and before it has become set- Randolph Preston, brown, aged 22; 3c
etc. A bargain. E. E. Cline, Ocala. but is now improving.Do .
-- --- -- ----
--- -- tled in the system, which can only be Bill Conly black, aged 45.
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Mr. W. H. McRainey of Wildwood Among the distinguished citizens in done by keeping the remedy at hand. f'uryffort is being made to re- lOc composition books for
you suffer with asthma or catarrh Ocala today ex-Governor F. P. This is known andso the 5c
are remedy so widely .11 rest men, and some or all will betaken
In town
was! today.
? Then uso Adam's Cure. Price Fleming and Congressman Stephen M. altogether good that no one should in. The Florida Naval Stores ------J

50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For Sparkrrun. one of the must faithful hesitate about buying it in preferenceto bloodhounds
decorated were vut on their trail 15c composition ooks leatherette covers for
Some pretty staple porcelain ale & CaMr. ,
sold in any quantity, at the Fair.A by Tydings public servants that ever representedthe any other. It is for sale by the early this morning end rapidly tookit J Oc

Stat. Postoffice .. A ------
j jjf; Drugstore. ut suitable reward will be paid

choice and complete line of gro- A. D. Mitchell wife and daughter for the arrest of a'J!y of the men. All standard makes of 5c lead pencils for
Miss Effie, of Summerfield, were Two sizes of those ramous Nashville 3c
ceries at the Fair. Messrs. Mclver & MacKay are goingto
In town today. Mr. Mitchell says that ranges, "The Princess," have just been A PROMINENT TRAINMANThe --------
give the ladies of Ocala a sensationin
Messrs. Bill McKay and Blackburn are I received. This fine range (and there Is Good lead for .
There were seventeen arrivals at the a few days in Japanese screens. many friends of G. H. Hausan. pencils t
the latest victims of dengue at Sum- none better) is 25 per cent. cheaper c
Ocala House yesterday. engineer. L. E. & W. R. R., at present "
merfield. I ------ ------ ---------- ----
than other of its value. The
any range
living in Lima. 0., will be pleased to
Donald Kirk of the Flemington sec-
Ocala Furniture Company.Millinery, 5c ink and pencil erasers '
Carpet remnants and other small know of his
from threatened
tion is full fledged deliveryman recovery t
Why not cover your floors with good now a c
rugs at big bargains. McIver & Mac- kidney disease. He says: "I was cur- . .
matting? That's the OnlY kind we for the Teapot Grocery.Mr. ------ ----------

Kay. have. Ocala Furniture Company. ed by using Foley's Kidney Cure, 15c combination pencil boxes for
which I recommend to all, especially lOc
H. A. Ford has returned from a .
New Florida Syrup at the O. K. trainmen, who
are similarly afflicted"Sold ----------------
Messrs. Simeon, Carlos and Henry visit to his marble quarries in Ala .

Grocery. Sistrunk are enjoying a visit from bama. by the Postoffice Drugstore,. lOc pencil boxes for '
5c
I heir father Mr. J. S. Sistrunk of .
The Ocala News Company is
open- THE MOSTFashionable S. M. Lummus ------------------ --------
I Montbrook. was able to come
Ing today a beautiful line of new holiday SAVED HIS LIFEJ.
books. down town and work about an hour Spencerian pen points. per dozen 8eI

Mr. E. S. Upham came up from I W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes, and a half this afternoon. His e'iSare I __. _____________ .
South Lake Weir this morning. Hesa"s rapidly recovering from their injury -
Twenty pounds of granulated June U, 1902: "I want to tell you I
for $1, cash at the Fair. sugar the people around the lake are AND UP-TO-DATE relieve Ballard's Snow Liniment saved but are still very sore. Good pen points, per dozen 5c

exempt from the dengue. ..
my life. I was under treatment of two
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Welch's grape Juice always on hand HATSFor doctors, and they told me one of my Buy an aiconoi stove ror ?5c. at the rules for

for family trade at the Postofflce Mrs. T. E. Bridges and children will lungs was entirely gone, and the oth- Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea lOc 5c

Drugstore. return tomorrow from their summer the Fall and Winter Season are er badly affected. I don't think I I coffee, or any light cooking. Heats
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outing in the mountains of Carolina. Now on Exhibition at my Millinery could have lived over two months longer. water in a jiffy and only costs 2e. an Colored -
for
14 colors in box
Ladies' fascinators crayons, ,
knitted shawls and hour to burn.Mr. 4c
Parlors in the Ocala House. Call and I was induced by a friend to try
all wool at the Fair. New Florida Syrup at the 0. K. I
Ballard's Snow Liniment. The first ------------ .

Grocery. See Them. pplication gave me great relief. Two H. B. Masters of New York will Colored 28 colors in.box for
This la kooaK weather. We sell ko- crayons, 5c
be in Ocala in few
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK 50 cent bottles cured me sound and a days to pay a
daks and kodak things. The Postottlce Capt. T. E. Bridges has this month, visit to his
big department store in -- -
well. It is a wonderful medicine, andI ------ ---

Drugstore. returned fifty-one escaped convicts to recommend it to suffering humanity." this city. lOc ink in patent bottles for
their respective camps. Captain Tom FIFTY HORSES AND MULESTO 5c
Sold by all druggists.We .
Men's and bays' sweaters, a new line does most of his sleeping on railroad
SELL OR SWAP --------------------
FOR RENT.-The Grant McCall -
Just received at the Fair.A trains.A .
Saturday, October 28, at A. B. John- have the most elegant line of house on North Magnolia street. Nine 5c ink, for 4c

son's livery and hack stables on Exposition lace and portiere curtains that have rooms; newly painted and papered on
large assortment of Royal Wilton full line of cigars and tobacco. Tyllngs I -------------- ----------------------
street. Bring along your trad- ever been shown in this city. The the inside. Rent reasonable to a good
rugs very handsome at Mciver & &: Co.
MacKay's. ing stock on that day. A straight show styles are the very latest, and the colors tenant. Apply to Mrs. T. J. Owens. Eaton-Hurlbut's linen swiss box paper, worth 50c., 28c

Mrs. Chas. E. Taylor has been put- down and a fair swap. and designs the most beautifulever forGood ______________________________________
Desirable for the ting up new curtains and otherwise seen here. Mclver & MacKay. Giles & Co. are very busy these days
rooms rent, near box imitation cloth for
taking in and ginning cotton. Theyare paper,. t 2c
male
STR.YEDTwo Both
square, nicely located. Apply at this improving her neat little candy store, dogs.

office. and it now looks more like a ladies' fox hounds medium sized, one blue Mr. R. E. Yonge. with his force of averaging three bales per day. ---- --------

parlor than ever. specked the other deep red. The blue has I. Price at present is 4U; cents a pound.
workmen, been very busy of late Good box paper, assorted values, some worth 25c., tOe
Remember the Ocala News Com- dog disappeared Friday night and the putting in new plumbing in the city

pany has books to rent. Come in and .. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED-Two other Tuesday. A liberal reward will and in nearby towns.You Twenty pounds of granulated sugar for._____________________ _ ____________

see the list. pleasant upstairs rooms, in one of the be given for their return or informa- for Jl. cash, at the Fair. lOc box paper, for 5c

best residence sections of the city. Apply tion of their whereabouts by Robert can get the Cosmopolitan Maga-
at the Star office. Thomas, a mile and a half west of The Ocala Marble Company Mr. A. ---------- ------------------
An elegant line of beautiful quilts, zine and the Weekly Star one year

comforts and blankets at the Ocala Kendrick. for $1.50, and the Cosmopoliton one: J. Leavengood. proprietor, is using Good note paper, a pound for f Oc
quite a lot of Alabama white marble
Little Helen Jones is well. '
Furniture Co. getting months
and the Daily Star three
.
year .
from Mr. H. A. Ford's quarries, and ------ ----- ----
Mrs. in her little and
Jones nursing girl, Congressman S. M. Sparkman
for 175. Cash in advance in each
We have as pretty a line of fall and contracted the disease, but is not in Mr. H. K. Brown of Tampa are guestsof finds it of splendid grade. chanceat
case. Not only do we sell cheaper, but we give you a
winter dress goods as can be found In any danger.We the Ocala House. Mr. Sparkman is

town. The Fair. here on legal, business. We have just received another car- the 10 prize. This contest will close November 15.
Mrs. E. C. McLeod of Kendrick is an load of hay presses of different sizes,
have just opened up our big fall inmate of the hospital. For a time, her both and You do not have to buy 25c worth at one time. You
portable stationary. Marion -
Mr. Albert Gerig is having his _residence and winter stock of wool blankets, in The Omaha Bee in reporting the I

in the second ward put in first- all weights and at all prices. Mclver National Prison Congress at Lincoln, life was despaired of, but we are gladto Hardware Company. may keep your purchase checks till the amount has reached25c
learn that she is now in a fair wayto
class shape and painted. & MacKay. Nil. said Dr. S. II. Blitch and wife -
answered the call. meaning our well- recover. Jno. T. Lewis the leading citizen of then bring them to our store and you will be given a

FOR SALE-Second-hand square piano known friends. Dr. and Mrs. Blitch. Moss Bluff was in town yesterday, as guess.

cheap; cash or on installment. H. WALL PAPERIf The ladies of St. Catharine's Guild was L. Hickson, an enterprising citi-

D. Stokes Merchants' Block. I If you are looking for a quiet, home- will give an entertainment at the armory zen of Orange Lake.
you wish work done In the wall pa- and do not think that
I I At any time after we have sold you a pair of SHOES, you
Halloween. will also
like house to all on They
stop at yet possessing
per line let us send our man with sam- I you have received your moneys worth,please return them with purchase ticket
The finest and most complete stock ples for your Inspection. of the advantages of a big, modern have their annual bazaar about December FOR SALE-A good Remington .bhowing amount paid and we will gladly refund same

Of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics DITTO & MALONEY. hotel, try Colonel Shiinnan's Monte 15. typewriter; in good working order.

In the city, at Tydings and Company. zuma, and you'll be pleased.Mr. Apply to Miss Beatrice Sinclair, at

LOST OR STOLEN-From Ken- Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. H. C. Jones' mother the Gommercis.1 Bank.

Washington, Oct. :!Showers and drick last Thursday night a black! C. P. Pillans, the Electra merchant who has been making her a short THE VARIETY STORE

r cooler tonight; Friday, fair and coolerIn mare sixteen hands high with saddle was in town today for a load of visit, left for her home in San Antonio The Yonge & Cline Company is pre-

southeast portion.We marks on both sides. Liberal rewardif merchandise. yesterday afternoon. paring a carload of their gasolene engines -

returned to W. E. Nix Kendrick for exhibition at the Tampa Fair.
exclusive agents for Elwood
are Fla. Yonge & Co., the* plumbers have We carry at all times a big stockof
wire field nclng. Always in stock. Mrs. McClure fell a few days since
just finished a fine job of plumbing in all heights of the famous American
Ask for prices. Marion Hardware Jap-a-Lac the great furniture var- Mr. G. C. Crom's residence. I close mesh wire fencing. Write for and hurt herself quite severely, and

Company. nish and stain, makes furniture look I i circulars and prices on quantities. Ma- on account of her age the injuries may THE OCALA BAZAAR
her in bed for to
like new. A full stock of all finishes S. P. Russ of the Times-Union one rion Hardware Company. keep some days come.
You can find the latest and most .
and all sizes of packages at the Marion of the most accomplished and inter-
fashionable box paper, etc., at the Eye strained, if neglected may lead
Hardware Co. esting writers in the state, was at the Smith's Axminster art squares, in
Ocala News Company. j to total loss of eyesight. Call and
Ocala: House last night. floral and Oriental designs 9x12 feet
have Dr. D.1.. Boney examine them. EVERYBODY.
Have you sen those little alcohol the finest and most beautiful line ever SELLS EVERYTHING FOR
Messrs. Smith and Roberts of the Office up stairs Gary building.Mr. .
stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just Stoves and ranges, and blue flame shown in Ocala Mclver & MacKay.
Ocala Furniture Company, have an elegant -
the thing for these hot days, and cheap oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call
line of beautiful: rugs. and Mrs. Sanders, who spent
too. Costs you 75c. for the stove and and look the stock over. Marion Hard- Twenty pounds of granulated sugar
for.
several days on the lake, returnedthis ....Agents ... N'S
2c. an hour to run it.READ ware Company. for Jl. cash, at the Fair.
An immense line of comforts, hand- morning, very much pleased with

somely made in silk and cotton, and their visit.
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beautiful in design; the prettiest ever : THIS; -

seen here. Mclver & MacKay.The Beautiful Japanese china. Don't WANNAMAKER
Dothan: Ala. July 13, 1599. Clothing ,dPfiiladXII"
fail to see it, at the Fair.

purest anti ]nest toilet soaps, a Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis Mo.-Dear 'I WATCHES OF WORTH

arge: stock of tae best goods alwayson Sir: We have been selling your Texas i I The biggest tallest and prettiest

hand. Tydings and Company.New Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, for;' gla.ss'ases ever seen in the city are SHOE

two years, and recommend it to any at Mclver & MacKay's. [

Florida Syrup at the O. K. one suffering with any kidney troubleas

Grocery. being the best remedy we ever sold. In choosing such a constant: companion as a watch one Capt. E. B. Richardson of Homosas-

Yours truly, should be careful to select the best and to buy only at a sa came up today to do some shoppingand
The best line of tablets, etc., at the J. R. Young.A ITS
his old friends. I
Ocala News Company.Mr. tore that guarantees every watch sold. see FIT YOU IN .

TtAAS WONDEROne There i is no store hereabouts that can show you a better A PLEASURE TO ALL ,' 1'-

Robert Flynn of the Marion mall home 01 the Texas Won assortment of reliable movements and fine cases than you No pill is as pleasant and posi Men and Women's Suits., aMen ;:-

Hardware Company is down with the der, Halls Great Discovery, cures all
may choose: from here. Our guarantee goes with every one, DeWitfs Little Early Rise ies Jackets
dengue. kidney and bladder troubles, removes coats an a ,,
of famous little pills are +eansing ,
course.We 01
gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions

Electric house wiring. Guaranteed weak and lame backs, rheuma- have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the fective that child ?fe say Sold they by and Won"1

material and workmanship. The YongeA tism and all irregularities of the kid. and weak peop Kfa sold. Shoes.
watches-both lllel1.and women's. We and fully Women's
carry effect, whi'y Drugstore and
Cline CaPresident neys and bladde in both men and wo Men

men. Regulates uladder troubles In recommend Simmon's watch chains-the best known high are th' for
n.af
Roosevelt is an Arkansaw children. If not sold by your druggistwill quality gold filled chains made. the aye In stoc1t:.and 3. 6, 8, li and

Traveler today. But he is missing the be sent by mall on receipt of Jl. .mod fate shipment engine. made GADSON

time of his life in not having Col.! Opie One small bottle is two months' treat- hori'e-power gasolene Comp -
1.5 Harvester F.Pfi
) P. Reid along.WANTEDA. ment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. 'JY the International better. Ma.- -

Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, ). and there are none

good man at the fire O. box 629. St. Louis Mo. Send for -A.E.BURN. lion Hardware Company

station. Boys not wanted. testimonials. Sold by all druggists and

-.-" A. J. Enhance, Chief. AMI-Monopoly Drugstore

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\-* The Food That Does Good HI. Own Exprrieare.: .._
C3ET FAT A Question of { ""Now Tommy., said the teacbe' : :.HATS!! HATS!: HATS!

"you know we nave paper money and
Life or Death 1 gold ia this country..
By Taking Your Meals at the ,
.!. Tes'm," replied Tommy
THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORE
[Origin-] "Well now, tell me, where do we go

"Am I dead?" to exchange our paper money. for ,
NEW IDEA RESTAURANTWhere .
?
gold
A man In a dazed condition had en The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion"Pur ZxeSence"forCoahJColdJ "To: the dentist's! ma'am."Yonkera Xext Door to the Xew Racket, Ocala's Cheapest Store
tered a rural police station lugging a Influenza, Bro chitla, La Grip,
con: and stood before the sergeant's 3r* Throat and Lung, Catarrh. PneumoJla, Statesman. has on exhibition the largest and most varied assortment of
the Best ?Meals and Lunches in the City are Served CoasnmptioB and all Pulmonary: Dames. All
desk. His skeleton figure, his livid Orerihot the Mark the latest creation in
Drnggisu,two situ SOc.tad$t.
at all Hours of the Day or Evening. skin, his shrunken eyes, all went to lIN. Houskeep don't believe you
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto
prove that he was a corpse, voice and ever went to work.
Parson the Noted Cook the Best in Florida
Yotmge Oyster
ill lending name and address UOZOMULS10.N Willie Ladies' Misses'and
motion alone Indicating the contrary. Weary -Oh. honest, lady, Children's Hats and

e has Commenced Serving The sergeant drew back and some- CO. 95 Pine Street New York.I many's the time. But I'm sick a stren-

yous feller dat time 1 start ter
every Art Goods.
thing like a shiver passed over a couple High Millinery
go ter work I go clean past It-Philadelphia
In All of roundsmen who were lounging LOW COLONIST RATES VIA THE
Oysters Styles I Times.

by"What the desk.do you mean?' stammeredthe LOUI YILLE 4: 11SHYILLE R. R. I Visit the New Racket special Shoe, Hat, Cap and Clothing

Give us a trial. We keep a first-clas; place in every respect sergeantThe I'To California, the West and North- Trath.Come. Umt. Sale, the talk of everybody.Through .
West She-Where did
your
vacation -
1 you pass
man put his hoed In his
poc'ket-I -
HARRY STALLBERG, Proprietor. the policemen fancied they could hear $4.10-To San Francisco, Los Angeles I ?
and other California 1 He-At the seashore.
many points;
his boned rattle he did took
outa
as so-
also to various Colorado, Arizona She-And did you leave your heart
clipping from a newspaper and laid and Wyoming points. I behind you when you returned; to

NEW It on the desk. It read: town? Tourist Cars
/ $51.60-To Portland, Ore., Tacoma, Seattle
T- d.-Kirkhara-On the 2Eth of September Wash., and many other pointsin He-No, bat I left my trunk.-Chicago
i
John Leonard Kirkh&m. aged Washington, Oregon and British News. Personally Conducted to
TTprigh: Piano twentylit."I Columbia
see," said the sergeant "What .:'
A Crm.l Blow.Brushen .
: in Utah and
; did you die of?" $48.90-To Montana many points California.1 i i

$239 The corpse replied by drawing forth I '
.
another clipping, which read: $45.90 To Billings, Montana, and intermediate e
points on the Northern
At midnight on the 24th JnsL a young ,
.Pacific and Burlington Route.
man named Kirk ham bad good night to I

OCALA MUSIC CO. I friend at the ferry to cross the river.It Liberal stop-over privileges. The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its
proved a Styx, for he never reached Tickets will be sold daily up to and
the other aide. It la supposed he fell! including October 21, 1905. up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts.It's .
overboard and w"&a drowned, since he had
JEWELERS. no cause to be weary of life. Indeed he L. & N. Best Route, West and North. i the easy way to travci-no changes of cars, or other wor
was about to be married to a very estimable West
your lady. Hla body baa notbeen ries.Are
-- recovered. For full particulars call on or write i
I you going to California? Investigate this way of travel

: "You are the body?" asked the sergeant George E. HerrIng Florida Passenger I You'll be find how
THE ORIGINAL lookfng up after reading the Agent, L. & N., 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville o oI surprised to cheaply you can go.

item. Fla.S. .

The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act "Yes." I .

the bowels and thus assist in I A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS ,
on expelling -Well, tell us about It"
Full Particulars and illustrated literature of
colds from the system is new and original "When I entered the ferryboat the

itranger began, "I had Just bidden good Seaboard operates Buffet Parlor J. F VAN RENSSALAER, Gen. Agt,
in Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE .
night and given my final Instructionsto Cars between Ocala and Tampa 011
S Atlanta Ga.
my best man, for I was to have been trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. m. ,

married the next day to the lovelktft daily, and between Ocala and Jacksonville -

girl In the world." on train leaving ucala at 1:20 Southern Pacific.

A certain, safe and harmless remedy for The speaker's voice trembled, and he o. m.. dally.

was obliged to pause. Then he gave
all Coughs, Colds,Croup, Whooping Cough,
a frightened glance at the coffin, whichhe TAKEN UP

La Grippe, Bronchitis, had stood on end beside him, and Last Friday, two horses. One light I --

Lung and Bronchial proceeded: bay, blazed face, marked B 46; the Pallette-I'm going to give

praise the children's "A fortune bad been I left me by an other dark roan, branded W O. Owner one of my paintings to some public In-

SYRUPHONEY aunt whom I have not seen since 1 can have property by paying expense stitution. Which one would you suggest
Laxative and TarCOUGH
Honey was a little hey on condition that I of keeping same. ? Florida East Coast

marry her adopted daughter, my aunt's Thomas Edwards, Berlin, Fla. Collier Downe How about the blind Railway.

; object being to keep the property In asylum?Pittsburg Dispatch.
the family and benefit the girl she had When in need of anything in crock- '

.r.parecl at the Laboratory of >E. C. DcWITT CO.. CHICAGO U. 8. A, brought up and loved like a child of ery, white and decorated, glassware, RU E.pN'le.ea. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept.7,1905.

'-to RED CL07S2 BLOSSOM 1BD TBS BOUT ESS W 09 XT2BY BOTTU. her own. I was her only blood relation etc., try the Ocala News Company. Our They were doing the art exhibit.
SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA. living. Just before entering the
the SGUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN.
line is complete. "Were you ever done In oil f' NOITH-BOUND-READ UP
-- dock on the far side of the river a asked ,.
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I man stepped up to me and said: Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the "I certainly was," be replied. No. !9'No.' I STATIONS N.. nls. 811

'Can you tell me. sir, what that Is scalp clean If used according to direc "Who was the the artist Vail)j t9// Daily' Lailrp

burning back of us In the city?' tions. Made and sold by the Poatofflce "He wasn't an artist. He was a 100 0 4d s.LY _.___._ladson..me__ Ar 7 00 P II 60 a ---
"lIe led the way-we were on the 6'' 7 1/ 48 A _-Sot. lacttlOlvlUe__ L' 312 P II U a
.s Restaurant. Drugstore. broker. -Detroit Tribune. S 15 PI'Iii l5 aj, __6t. AuguJlune___ II 15U I' 7 .0. 1
lower deck-to the stern, and I followedhim. 6 51 11 SJ a 1". ___...H.\8Unjr8_.__ 'U I' 14' a
Since we were about to enter (t I) 410 p1150;; s;! -.-_.__FAt" Palalta __._ 'I 4 31 I' 6 6Q. a
I. Them
I- the dock every one had gone forward.On Money i5 12 i jar _____Pnlxka- ...... L. 101 6 W COP
5- "It's remarkable how easily these 6 It 112aLY,; ___...,..Palatta____. AI' lOOp 155a C0
reaching the extreme stern, while C. L. NELSON idle rumors gain currency." tl I-I' -7 0" PiAr ___.'Ian Mateo-. L. f 0 .._. ....
I was leaning over the rail looking for remarkablehow c 219 OJ AL' _____..III.D Mateo.___ I.r B U50. a ;;a
"Yes. And Its still more III' ,
the fire he suddenly grasped my legs 50 IJ pLY Neug& .._ L. i7 j b 6u
= ----- "
.:>(> First Class Meals and tumbled overboard. I was CARPENTER AND BUILDER some idle stock market rumors I' OJ I' 12 t7 P _._.Bunnel1l____ H a u p I U a
me enable others to gain currency."-Baltimore ]01 IJ 53 p" .___Dupon'u___ 3 n p I M a
rescued by two men ta a skiff. The Store and Office Fixtures a 0.' 41 P 1261" ____Ormond-_ H 310 p 4 6' a 'U
American. 0 8 IJ P 139 p" __Dlytlna 100 p 4 n a
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining man who had thrown me over JumpedInto II ot I' 151p"-.. _Part Orlllge..._ 4609 551 '9
It, and the others pulled away." Specialty. ) 9 25 V 25 p.Ar _.__.New 6mmL...._.?._ 2 10 II 416 a 0-
The sergeant looked at the rounds Attendedto .C -1\1\ 21 a-3 p Ar .._... ,,.iake Helen_L i f S p 110 P .,
Room open until midnight. Personal Jobbing Promptly = 1039 a I 56 _.._. .Orange City ,._ 1:35 P 151 P
men knowingly and remarked, "There'sa COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV. i: lU U & 400 PI" _.Orange City lunctioD.._ It 10 P 6 t5 p 0L

attention given to special orders, anythingthe clew for ferryboat disappearances. 9 U I' i ::6 PoL' ...,__.new 8mJT1lA ,.? .... Lv 2 20 P I 4 US-.
market offers for the table The stranger proceeded: r ]00011 251 __._.Oak H1I1...,. .. r H 154p lilt a ...
prepared on Furniture Repaired and Ren J. E. A. KEELER, Editor. 10 39 p alO: p'A? _-__ 'fltunUle____ "' 116 P Ioo_ a
where (A
"I was rowed to a dock a PI
short notice. C i 00 a..? .. Ar -__ Sanford b 111 0\1 00 ao
carriage was waiting and forced to ova ted. ..... 10 OU aiL' -___ Sanford___ AI'' ...... ::;.ro 00 a 0

had thrown a 31 ....... ,... 'flhavtll... ... .. 1
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar enter It, the man who me Rev. P. G. Gowens is quite indisposed 101:1: P liLY ? ? ??? LY.. 16 > W. :::2
I him Drop me a postal card wheneveryou 'fJ 11 111 P 4 OJ P _._C JCOL.-...___ 12 U II 2 31l a
In with
over getting me. saw ___ Roctled ___ !
today. = sip 413p < hand the men In the boat a roll of want any work in my line. ..., 11 U II 'U p" .. Eau OaJl1e__ 11 6a a 1" a ,
Skilled Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.
Cooks 12 05 4 54 __ _Helbourne __ 1149 "1
concluded L. NELSON. Paul's A. M. U a P ?? a 11& a
bad been C. St.
bills and they Special services at
12 61" 537: P __._tieballUan.___ 1104 ai'1151 &
Price to Boarders simply hired for the Job. The carriagewas E. Church Sunday. (. IllIa 62Jp.. __ Am___8t. Lucie.....__," lil1alUoon =-
Special Regular 155 a I Up" __Port Pterce..__ 10'i at 1155 II ...
driven till dawn, then stopped, andI ,. ..
C 21 a 7 08 P ___ Ttbbala _..__ 9:10 a 1132 p t#
blindfolded and led Into house. Frank Brown, son of J. H. Brown, ____ __ "
was a 'a:: 323.: 712p Eden 9 26 a11113\ II
THE CARM1CHAEL & SON GOAt At last the bandage was taken from continues very ill with the dengue.Dr. 2 21t a 717 p .II. ___ .lens"a. ... II 21 al,11 IS W
tJ 2 U a 'Z 28 p ___....ltuarC_._ .__? of 911 a'l1 0' p 'C
my eyes, and I found myself in a room CJ I of a 7 56 p __Bobe Bound 8 U allo M
from which the only view was chh.neypots. THE'TEXAS D. H. Hall has removed his place 121. a Ii p _........Weet lu ater_ ..__ 8" a 10 J' P ly
McGrath's Stand of business to Mrs. Pearson's residence Vlf 4 0& a 811 P __.West Palm lItaCh??._ 74a! 9 43p
432 a .18 P .. __..._BoJnCoIl. .___ 7 20 AI, 916 p ::
"For several days I lived, without in Jacobvilla .w 4 u aI 9 28 p __.._Delrar_... ..._, 7 10 ai 9 Oil p C.
PACIFIC ) 131 a 10 21 V __.Fort Lauderfiale. __ 614 a, a U II
seeing any one, on bread and water Misses Fannie Ayers and Josle Ma- 4' : 145 af!11 so p ___.__Paula?.___ ",. 6 Jt at 8 N P V
handed In On the I 5s a 10 U P II _.Ballandll.l__ 5 611 al T U P 00
that to
was me. Normal ::s
are attending the State '
zon 6 24 alii O7 p _Lemnll C1t,__ 5'4 a. 7 29 P .
third day my kidnaper came in and p' p RAILWAY School at Tallahassee. Q' s :? a 1116 p Ar __?._Miami.__.....? L. 53&'' T 2'J P

4 Do Not Neglect a Cold. showed me the notices I have shown Daily DJSun.
For fashionable dress making call HOMESTEAD EXTENSION
you. !:;.. 1!:&.
'You're dead,' he said, 'and I propose on Miss Mamie Carey, at the Marion k I SQ."
lowers the and makes the
[ Every cold Weakens the Lungs Vitality | I -- -
j system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus that you shan't come to life again, The Great Eastern House, S. Orange St. 800 al -- Y -..___.Vlam1......__ Ar___. 330l0 I'
paving the way for more serious diseases. at least on this side of the planet IJ al.-.r\r. ____Bome.tiad___ Lv ...___. 100 P'I
and Western Line If you wish us to boom your business I-
what he
"lie did not tell me was goIng
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES ? yourself worthy and don't I I No.1 1 I S
to do with but me to understand prove 21 V
me gave No. S3.No. y,. 19 Dall, Ko. 18 o. 80'K. St
that resistance would be use- Across the Entire States oi put shoddy things on the public. SUD. lOUD. Daily is:: MATPORT BRA NCH Supball]
J Only Only SQn. OnlT
less, and, whatever happened, if I DIU'I
Lithia --
James Nance of the Harris -- -
failed to play amy part that might be Spriigs, S. C. is in town, in the employ ;00 pJ 10 30 ;00 p) 8 20 a ---lAt'UoD..llIe__.... Ar 11 30 J S M: p ._
expected of me I would be murdered. TEXAS und lUUISIAo 08 p1018 a 6 08 pS 8 2d a the ?,So. JaCk 8"nvi I le.... LT T 37 af 11 22 p 1 S ft p_ ?
BALLARDSSVIUJP of Mr. Ed. Carmichael. 2 40 j' 10 M a145plO&3a 40 p 859 _Pablo. Bead._ 7 0:; a.11.4t! A'' 4 "I p ..._......
..
When he went away he forgot to take 64SpTOOp i 0& a __ALantUJeacJi..._ 7 ,J a,l 11 43 ai 4" p:._.__..

the clippings 1 have bhown you, and I TROCBLE TO AXS\\Eh QCEST1U.S W. C. Ward has charge of Dr. D. H. .I W 1'111111., 997a _Ka71ifo1'_ H 14Sai11sOa, 43Jp;({..... _

put them In my pocket. Brown's drugstore and fills the placeto -

/ "That night I smelled a strange odor Direct Line to the satisfaction of both the doctor PENt SCW AND OCCIDENTil STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAUL

I 1 and slept like a log. The next morningI and the customers.A .
was In a stupor but coasclous. My NORTH TEXAS
kidnaper came Into my room with woman's tongue is like a clock- CI w Couectila Made it Miami with Steamships of tke P. t 0. S. S. Conpuy: Fir

another man, who looked me over, then NEW MEXICO alarm, tick and strike at the same HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

eat down at a table and wrote some time, and generally is kept in good

thing, the kidnaper showing him an ARIZONAand running order.

envelope he had taken from my pocket. Th<*M Time Tables ahoy the times at wbkh trains may be expr ted to arrit at and it frt
Fcr' comfortable lodging and first .from the several sUtlODi. but their arrival or departure at the times stated 1* not towaf.ie
All that I under the Influence
day was
class board call at the Marion House. our Is this Company to be held responsible for any d Iaysor any cooaeqaeoGo*arUlng%rtiroa
of the drug, and the next I must have
Mrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.
been given an extra dose, for 1 was CALIFORNIA
CURES
PERMANENTLY unconscious. will lend a hand I For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
0-' We hope everyone
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, "I felt a shock and opened my eyes. \VrtlTK FOR NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FRS1 to help Covenant Baptist Church lift "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, I was lying In the road with my leg the mortgage that hangs over it. The

Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs. m this coffia. I heard horses galloping E. P. TURNER property is in jeopardy and the timeis J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

j | EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARD'S HORE- away from me. I got up, walked a only a few days off. Go to the rally

HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOT short distance and found myself her General Passenger Agent Sunday.Jail .
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY Now I'd like to know It T am a dead

CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUCH. man or a live one" DALLAS, TEXAS breaking and convict escapingare

Mltf. SALLIE LOCKBAR, Qoldthwalte, Tex., says "Wa "You're alive and will continue to becoming prevalent. Some prisoners COLONIST RATESTo
haTe used &111&1"\1'. UoreUounU Syrup la nil family fur .....ral years, live till we've tracked your kidnaper.Are who are treated kindly take advantage
and It always give satlnfartlan. When the children had Croup and
: Whooping Cough It always reliere them at ODI'''.and 1 would not be you sure that your aunt had no of it and do themselves more
,
without It la the boo.., as It Is the BKsT MKD1C1.VE: we know of." relation U'lngbo, In case of your CHEAP RATESto harm than good.

Best Remedy for Children. Every Bottle G" ranteed. death, would be the heir at law?"
Rev. J. H. Dickerson of Jacksonville California, Oregon, Washington and the Northwest on Sale September 15
kinsman earth. She
1 THREE SIZES 2Sc, SOc and 9 l.OO. "She hadn't a on
,, Grand Master for Florida of the Free
had bad a son, a scapegrace, but he to October 31.
LOUIS
ST. MO.
-BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., was killed In a drunken broil. CALIFORNIAand and Accepted Masons, one of the biggest

"No, he wasn't He's alive and has strongest and best colored organizations NO CHANGE OF CARS
in the State, and one of
""
kidnaped you to prevent your complying theNORTH
fl : RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS.. with the terms of the will by the foremost leaders of his race in the

'L the marriage and Intended to furnish South, was In town today on businessfor Tourist Sleeping Cars St. Louis to Los Angeles and San Francisco daily,

proofs that you were dead and claim WEST the order. leaving St. Louis 9 a. m.. and 10:30: p. m, via Missouri Pacific and Denver

THROUGH' your property. A runaway during I Hair switches and pompadous neatly and Rio Grande.

ta fJIST LINE ; your funeral spilled you out and made. Ladies who wish work donein
I his WE ARE OPENING UP A NEW TERRITORY j
spoiled game. 'I FLYER ROUTE Hill 212
DIXIE this line call on Mrs. N. A. ,

TO THE EAST Over Its The sergeant's diagnosis proved to '. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis N. Magnolia street ARKANSASTHE
own rallsto' SafLORIDAand be correct Mr. Kirkham was marrieda

.0 All Rail I Washington, thence via Pe. fw days later, and the kidnaper I Iw! Railway LAST HOPE VANISHEDWhen
THE
WEST (Via Montgomery went to state prison I WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA
) and
Louisville /t i $.7O-San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Flyer route via Atla nta. ton, RichmondSteamshlo CHARLES P. THURBER. I Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. leading physicians said that

AST Via Say. & Ocean of Pekln, Ia., had Incurable GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap. Low rat
s. S. W. M. Smlthart
Co for CHEATED DEATH Anaconda Mis*
New ,
Yor. I'w $49.90 Helena, Butte, MOUNTAIN ROUTE to
sale via the IRON
Boston i tickets (round trip) are now on
Via DixIe
_. Via Norfolk consumption his last hope van-
S. S. to New York "ash ,, Kidney trouble often ends fatally, I soula, and Intermediate Points. ARKANSAS TEXAS, OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY the
In
Vi a. Savannah ished but Dr. King's New Discovery points\
MPortku32 % and Merchant's and Min! ut choosing the right medicine E. $55.10-Portland, Seatte! Tacoma, Van ; Coughs and Colds first and third Tuesdays of each month up to and including December.
for I for Consumption
KEY WEST and Dhla-- 4 linore and PhlladeS !I:_ ,Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia.. cheated couver and Points in British Colum kept him out of his grave. He says: HOMESEEKER tickets wDl also be sold to certain point .la ,ARIZONA.

greame says: "TWQ years ago I had I bia. aired COLORADO IDAHO. MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA, NEW MEXICOand
"This great specific completely
the I took tit
and SSSSaSaS >up C''0.Ia. ble, which caused me I DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tlf- me, and saved! my life. Since then I UTAH. 1\
: Florf complete cicing; and anxiety but Atlanta Write me if want reliable information.Free .
''a of ton, Macon Chattanooga have used It for over ten years and you
great enewhich effected literature mailed on request
Nashville and St. Louis.
8Uperlo
ules, etc, consult aervtc e. For ity and nerve consider It a marvelous throat and
d, Tampa the rPle fOl e or commun JUs.to rates, ched I- trouble a. also found TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and lung cure." Strictly scientific cure for Missouri Pacific &
; V. J. late with constantly on hand. debll-
Craig since"Sj! L E. BEHLANDER,
O. P. A.; H.u. Emerso.".. ... HutseU, D .I j they have: no evening. Through sleepers on night Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds; sure Iron Mountain Route.
4. My equal Antl-Monhuem Traveling Passenger Agent,
WUmingtan N. Guaranteed. Texas & Pacific Ry.
O Drugstore j trains for St Louis and Chicago. preventive of Pneumonia.
guarantees them 60a": : CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
at International & Grt. Northern.
and bottles at the AntiMonopoly -
I Tickets on sale September 15 to Oc- 50c. H .
.
:
Drugstore. Trial bottles free. : Denver & Rio Grande R. R.
'L inclusive. I
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